Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of ramp.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Bot.) The cuckoopint.
“Essential ingredients, many of which can now be found on Staten Island, include curry leaves, lemongrass, rampe, and coconut served up every which way, from creams to powders to vinegar made from the fermented juice of coconut palm leaves.”
“By announing a timetable, he has set himself and our military up for horrendous consequences -- In year #3 the attacks from Al Quaeda will rampe up”
“Three centuries later, John Milton contributed to its meaning of crawling upward: ''Surely the Prelates would have Saint Pauls words rampe one over another, as they use to clime into their Livings and Bishopricks.'”
“Three centuries later, John Milton contributed to its meaning of crawling upward: “Surely the Prelates would have Saint Pauls words rampe one over another, as they use to clime into their Livings and Bish-opricks.””
“Connecting the end of the platform toward the mixing plant was a rampe or inclined platform mounted on wheels.”
“L'acteur refuse d'abord, puis, souriant, il s'avance au bord de la rampe: "Messieurs, dit-il, je vous ai appelés imbéciles -- c'est vrai: je vous fais mes excuses -- j'ai tort.”
“They played just as well at one end of a drawing-room, with a rampe of flowers only separating them from the public, as in their own theatre with all the help of scenery, acoustics, and distance.”
“Douglas watched him mounting the famous staircase of the house, with its marvellous _rampe_, bought under the Bourbon Restoration from one of the historic chateaux of France; and, suddenly, the young man felt his heart gripped.”
“La Taverna dell'Arte (rampe San Giovanni Maggiore 1a; 0039 081 55 27 558)”
“Nay fy on thee yu rampe, thou ryg, with al that take thy parte.”
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