Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who dies, or is about to die.
- n. See dyer.
“I can't beleave that people would be willing to vote for this gas tax holiday when it will cost over 300,000 jobs, take money from our roads and bridges that our in dier need of repair and as for myslef it will only save me $16 and some change over the course of 12 week. oh boy that is really worth it. mama4obama”
“In a newsroom entirely contained within the Middle East, the death of a child at the hands of a soldier is only that — a blameworthy, unmuddied wreck.”
“August 23, 2008 at 12:08 am or dey could call dier MAM!”
“The poet ig-nored his stare, was gazing past him and admiring the sol'dier's ovipositors.”
“Baba got quite excited and called it a 'dier', although when we enquired further it seemed to be a giant rodent like an agouti that is called a 'hay'.”
“Zira yllardr Yesrib'teki dier Arap kabilesiyle aralarnda srp gitmekte olan Buas savalarndan bezmi olduklarndan bu yeni dinin aralarnda bir bar ortam oluturacan mit ediyorlard.”
“Second Platoon's sergeant was a career sol-dier named Mark Patterson who, at age thirty, had twelve years on the youngest man in the unit.”
“August 8, 2009 at 11:00 am vent awbout dem naut tellins wimper sew teh feelz guilty xray dier brawyns tu cee if teh have any zoomwifakwikness tu tri adn find it owerselvs”
“Itink teh kittehs hazd juzzt reseevd dier mumflie delibbery uv puppies – it sez dat onna bocks beehinde dem.”
“August 19, 2008 at 3:52 am wen eber mah kitteh gibz birff, we hab to gib da kittehz away… wish could gib u one… dier are no animal shelters here where i live”
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