Sorry, no definitions found. Check out and contribute to the discussion of this word!


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • After the purge, great investment opportunities are created, from which prolific periods of growth emanate—provided that sufficient capital remains to reinvest into the fertile and now-open landscape.

    Christmas Trees and the Logic of Growth

  • One glance at the upturned and now-open hamster cage, the tiny little bloodstains on the carpet and the smug, "What, me?" look on the face of my wife's cat told me all I needed to know.

    Uncategorized Blog Posts

  • Back at the now-open ranger station, we presented the picture of our close encounter.

    Jennifer Grayson: Eco Etiquette: How To Avoid Dangerous Wildlife Encounters

  • Joe Manchin will be the Democratic nominee for Byrd's now-open seat.

    Robert Byrd's passing ups the ante for an already huge 2012

  • Flynn tossed to the now-open Devendorf, who posed for a second or two after the left-corner 3 dropped from the net.

  • He kicks wildly as they start to wedge him into his now-open locker.

    Pies & Prejudice

  • The guys ran into the now-open archive room while Ariana, Kaitlynn, and Tahira stepped tentatively forward, staying on the oil-free periphery, and shook out their feather pillows.

    Sweet Deceit

  • White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel has said nothing publicly about his interest (or lack thereof) in a bid for the now-open Chicago mayor's office in 2011 but a series of timing issues are likely to force him to make a decision sooner rather than later.

    Rahm's required rapid-fire decision on Chicago mayoral bid

  • A Marine was slumped against the post of the now-open door ahead of me, clasping a hand to his wounded face; another lay still across the threshold.


  • We were in darkness again, but a darkness broken by moonlight through the now-open window.



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