Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A form of glucose or starch sugar made in Japan by the action of barley malt upon rice paste. It is melted and molded into numerous fanciful shapes for sale.
“- Kanako is a new transfer student in Ame no Kisaki Academy (an all-girls school).”
“Through a bizarre twist of circumstances, Ame is released by her captors.”
“And in the village of Avone, where the people speak Ewe, those born on Saturday are called Ame.”
“Life being short, he usually called her Ame when they were alone together.”
“I'm currently working on a project called Ame Apedre: To Love And To Lose, which is a collection of songs about love and loss.”
“Additionally, the very notion of family is being redefined as Ame-ricans consider a variety of arrangements including domestic partnerships, civil unions, and gay marriage.”
“Florame Tumalip "Ame" Castillo, 82, of Hilo, a Mauna Kea Sugar Co. employee, C. Brewer Co., formerly known as Ultramar Chemical Co., scale operator and Agro Resources field foreman, died at home.”
“Kanako Miyamae is a high school sophomore transferring to Ame No Kisaki, an all-girl missionary school.”
“Ame just needed a more unusual push than most teens.”
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