- n. Plural form of mister.
“There will only be "misters" in my flat as long as I'm living in it!”
“I'm not mister - all the "misters" are in Paris!' barked Sharikov.”
“The explanation of this cryptic utterance is that, whereas an earl's younger sons are "misters," a marquis's younger sons are "lords.”
“In the northwest suburbs, there are not too many 'misters' or 'misses' when it comes to those who serve in superintendent positions," Hertel noted.”
“Ms. Pulitzer's passion is gardening, and in addition to her outdoor gardens there's also a glass solarium just off the swimming pool, complete with misters and grow lights.”
“Whereas people who felt town hall participants, many of whom were silver-haired senior citizens, were unfairly described by the media, I think the Tea Partiers, the more organized they become, are now and will be more easily be demonized by a very well-planned attack by the Left spin-misters, aided by MSM.”
“At the National Zoo, children played under misters to cool down.”
“The net keeps the poles from collapsing entirely, while as many as 300 beach balls are meant to clump together to provide some shade (large holes in the net make it possible to grab a ball for play if you can bear to face the water misters along the opening's edge).”
“It's an extremely serious playground," said Barry Bergdoll, chief curator of architecture and design at the Museum of Modern Art, on Thursday night as people trickling in for a preview leapt up to see what punching a ball would do; startled themselves by plopping into a hammock and seeing the surrounding poles go momentarily wild; or simply stood beneath the misters to cool off.”
“One of the nice things things about our business is that there are no misters in sport," argued Mr. Deford excuse us, Deford.”
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