Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Wolf: a common name formerly for a dog.
  • n. According to Stowe, p. 847, William Collingborne was executed in 1484 for writing the following couplet on the king's ministers

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Examples

  • These lovely lovely things are the blocks from the black and batik swap - I swapped 12 nine inch blocks (the blessed ball and chain blocks) and three 18 inch blocks - so here's what I got in return - twelve nine inch blocks of an amazing variety and three 18 inch blocks, which I adore, especially the top left one, which is lovel.

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  • There is lovel light in them, and sunflowers are such magical subject.

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  • A very beautiful romance of the Shetland Islands, with a handsome, strong willed hero and a lovel A sequel to "Jan Vedder's Wifly," heroine. e girl of Gaelic blood as JOHN WARD.

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  • Long but precious was that insensibility, and precious were the tears which his eyes rained down upon that pale but lovel countenance.

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  • What I've learned is that while they are always lovel...

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  • I was in Malta last year, lovel this time of year.

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  • He was a lovel ​ y guy, but he had his demon ​ s. ​

    Inflight At Night

  • Your horse looks lovel though, and by the looks of it in your siggie you enjoy XC, so you have other things to do!

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