Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In British Columbia, Cristivomer namaycush, the Great Lake trout.

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Examples

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  • Sellew had a good product -- compost performed better than its nearest competitor, peet moss, because it has natural microorganisms that suppress disease -- and a ready-made customer base thanks to his father's clients.

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  • Sellew had a good product--compost performed better than its nearest competitor, peet moss, because it has natural microorganisms that suppress disease--and a ready-made customer base thanks to his father's clients.

    Meet The Renewable Entrepreneur

  • He gave me this hot stimulating glassful to peet, and it made me feel better, and then he cleaned up these cuts on my litso.

    Where's the show?

  • But I asked for some toast and jam and chai very politely and with my gentleman's goloss, then I sat in a dark corner to eat and peet.

    Where's the show?

  • Or you could peet milk with knives in it, as we used to say, and this would sharpen you up and make you ready for a bit of dirty twenty-to-one, and that was what we were peeting this even - ing I'm starting off the story with.

    Where's the show?

  • After I had been given a nice chasha of real horrorshow coffee and some old gazettas and mags to look at while peet - ing it, this first veck in white came in, the one who had like signed for me, and he said: "Aha, there you are," a silly sort of a veshch to say but it didn't sound silly, this veck being so like nice.

    Where's the show?

  • With me in this cantora were four millicents, all having a good loud peet of chai, a big pot of it being on the table and they sucking and belching away over their dirty bolshy mugs.

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  • And all the time he had this rich manny von of Scotch on him, and then he went off to his little cantora to peet some more.

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