from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Abraham.
- n. A five-dollar bill.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Used in the same sense as be. Also spelled abee.
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The sixteenth president abhorred the name Abe and would never let it be used in reference to him, let alone would he sign an important document with the nickname.
Abe is rolling as his party slowly dismantles itself and continues to be an opposition party.
I imagine that Abe is still spinning in his grave.
I think Abe is intending to frame whatever $10 he gets from JB.
Abe is already on both the penny and the 5-dollar bill.
I called Abe at work and told him we should get out of town for a few nights.
You want to talk about folks on the right all sycophantically babbling like their in Abe Lincoln's blab-school ...
The scene when the princess has to choose between saving the world from her brother, or her romance with Abe, is indeed tragic.
Now that the bar has been raised, there's one way for Obama to prove that Abe is really one of his heroes: show the tattoo!
Abe is one of those characters that I loved immediately on the first Hellboy movie, for sure, I did love him and he represented a couple of things that I've always felt weak in, like his intellect, but what I understood … It was fun to play an intelligent character and my oldest brother Bob is a college professor.
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