Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of oil.
- n. In chem., a termination having no very precise significance. See -ol and -oïl.
“I did so 28 years ago while she was still in Ole Miss even though it took some doing.”
“Good thing it's stinking hot in Ole Miss, you'll just love the climate where you're going.”
“Ole is very surprised since he hadn't told Sven about his trip.”
“CESANA (AP) Michael Greis skied into the final shooting stage still in Ole Einar Bjoerndalen's shadow.”
“Archie, considered one of the greatest players in Ole Miss history, was the quarterback on the school's Team of the Century (1893-1992) ...”
“April 5th, 2006 at 7:33 pm modest, my ass. the chance to have coined the moniker Ole 60 Grit.”
“McAllister, who this season became only the second 1,000-yard rusher in Ole Miss history, finished with 79 yards on 27 carries.”
“This was all that was known of him, except that once a stranger, passing through the country, and hearing the name Ole 'Stracted, said that he heard a similar one once, long before the war, in one of the”
“But for better or worse, I decided to rank him with the shooting guards and wings, and I called Ole Miss coach Andy Kennedy to ask his opinion.”
“The Republican rhetoric resembles at this point nothing so much as the pronouncements coming out of the pro-slavery and pro-secession crowd in Ole’ Dixie in the years leading up to the American Civil War.”
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