from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To checker; to diversify.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To checker; to diversify.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Eager; lively; quick; ready.
- Bold; audacious.
- Active; vigorous; stout.
- Same as freckle.
Why should Sally, with her yamma and gooble, be able to relate to Dave, with his freck and guyter, any more than she can relate to us, with our wonder and horror?
A flink dab for a freck dive and a stern poise for a swift pounce was frankily at the manual arith sure enough which was the bekase he knowed from his cradle, no bird better, why his fingures were giving him whatfor to fife with.
Leaping freck after every long tom and wet lissy between Howth and
[PF] - Ember - Spring Baby (redbrow/freck) (70L for project themeory) * MayoNaise* - Hairband Delights - Another Floral Mosiac (gacha machine) [Soren Jaakobs]
I just love the little "freck-i-ly boy" in the Todd photo - what peace and happiness on his face!
Well all in all he seems to be a freck of a bowler that could do about anything with the ball.
Pink Fuel: [PF] Skye - Copper (ltbrow/freck) | [PF] Skye
Newsflash - when no one knows who the freck Eric is going into the merge episode, then that's a pretty major problem.
I'm now feeling that I performed rather badly failing to spot Peter F Hamilton (blast), Rob Grant (damn), Chris Wooding (drat), David Langford (freck), Adam Roberts (yikes), MinDonner(hell) and failed to say more than a hi to your fine self.
| Reply mattyuk, who the freck are you to tell Scott what people don’t need to see?
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