Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A mouth; particularly, the mouth of a river: an element in many South African Dutch place-names.
- n. An abbreviation of Monday.
“Never mond the Civel War along with slavery ended in 1865, the Civil Rights movements in the 1960s, and the fact that there is a black President currently!”
“Never mond that GM created a non-union finance arm, GMAC, that got heavily involved in derivatives and MBS.”
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“ Gordon Lish, famous as Ray mond Carver ' s editor and renowned for paring a thing to its pith, worked with Hannah on " Airships.”
“Why should Joe Sixpack swallow the blue Linux pill when they already have a belly full of the red-mond pill?”
“That it referred to someone else never crossed my mond.”
“And in the very first issue, as a show of independence from Bill Gates's mother ship, economist Herb Stein will lead a round-table discussion on whether Microsoft is flouting antitrust laws -- the closest thing to a taboo subject in Red - mond, Wash.”
“Last year, fellow committee Republicans John Warner and Trent Lott secretly implored Dole to strip Thur-mond of his chairmanship.”
“August 23, 2006 at 10: 23 pm | Reply salut cava tout le mond”
“If you don 't mond Mother Jones I am stealing your doggie phot and posting it with a picture of my dog who dooes not have nay self control.”
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