Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In heraldry, blunted; having a blunt head: said especially of a tilting-spear used as a bearing.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • The people of the Middle-East – most notably: Iran – held candle light vigils morned with us!

    House Judiciary Panel Hearings on ‘Imperial Presidency’ « Antiwar.com Blog

  • His teleport took me to Black Swan teleport directly from here, the mysterious and fantastical sim created by Light Waves when he made his re-entry into Second Life® after an even more mysterious and much morned absence.

    Baby found at Black Swan

  • ¶ That caused he {m} be mery {that} lo {n} g afore had morned

    The Assemble of Goddes

  • And as thou sawest me roking, in the asshes where I morned.

    Gammer Gurton's Needle

  • Another sign of this turning point was that every major candidte had an official presence on Digg - which is nothing short of amazing when you think about the fact that the site started life in 2005 as a "Slashdot killer" which morned the day it added more mainstream catagories like "Comics and Animation".

    Fanboy.com

  • It may be the only time that lived life will be honored, respected, and morned for it’s ending.

    Acknowledging Death in Death | Mind on Fire

  • "They have killed off so many of our men over here," morned Fatima, a college graduate with a post-doc in brain surgery and winner of the Miss Congeniality trophy from the latest Miss Universe contest, "that we women are DESPERATE.

    The Bachelor--Baghdad: Why 12 determined women want to marry this man!

Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.