Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A spindle-shaped cell, of frequent occurrence in wood. Also clostrum.
“Yes | No | Report from closter wrote 1 year 6 days ago”
“Note 92: "Vnd do si verschied vnd man si in den kor trüg, do hort man in dem closter an zwein stetten die heiligen engel singen.”
“They are as guilty of the death of civilians in Iraq, as the closter bombs used by Runsfeld Army.”
“He's closter t 'handin' in his checks t'-day than he's been at all.”
“My experience is," observed David Harum, "that most men's hearts is located ruther closter to their britchis pockets than they are to their vest pockets.”
“But Oi'm thinkin 'niver befoor was Oi closter to th' roight place at th 'roight toime thin a minit agone.”
“Page 32 was in Proverbs 18th chapter and the later clause of the 24th virse which reads thus: Ther is a friend that sticketh closter than a brother:”
“They got to come closter than that or that skirt won't meet on me by an inch -- and to think twenty-fours was loose on me onct!”
“Emily reaches for the contribution, fondles it for a second or two and starts to upend it down her throat; and then with a low, sad, hopeless cry she drops it on the stage and sort of shrugs her front legs forward and stands there with her head bent and her ears twitching same as if she's listening for something that's still a long ways off but coming closter fast.”
“I tell you, if Jack had been a-goin 'to get Fade _right_, you'd' a 'found 'em closter together.”
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