Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Hurry; bustle.
- n. Confusing abundance.
“I generally think some secrets should come out and others should be kept, says charybdys on fluther. com.”
“If there's a possibility that the child could some day try and find you and successfully do so, it'd probably be best for that future husband to know so he's not completely shocked," says autumnofage on fluther. com.”
“Avoid details, cautions Marina at fluther. com even if he asks.”
“My pride and joy" works for me, says "mdy" on www. fluther.com.”
“Depends on the tone of voice, says "cprevite" on www. fluther.com.”
“We all know how much each of us make, and don't feel embarrassed if asked," says "Alina1235" on www. fluther.com.”
“Only if it's something to be proud of," according to "jstringham21" on www. fluther.com.”
“Airlines should actively monitor feedback sites like suggestionbox. com, fluther. com and epinions. com to see what the buzz is about their airline (or even competition) and then adapt quickly to customer tastes.”
“Can't get married "is the conclusion of MisterBlueSky85 on fluther. com.”
“Fun at airports! "notes ezraglenn on fluther. com.”
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