from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- 3d pers. sing. pres. of rise, contracted from riseth.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal preterit of rise.
- Third person singular present indicative of rise (contracted from riseth).
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Masturbation really puts the "rist" back in Christmas.
Insult was added to injury by the sergeant casually plucking that article from it's "rist" and chucking it over.
Int'rist's one o 'them things that keeps right on nights an' Sundays.
"sherve-wright" (so pronounced) -- shelvewright (?) -- the "rist," and spindle, besides, of course, the usual coulter and share.
Mentor for the most at rist teens are a good idea but its not enough
At the rist of rambling on, let me say this story turns out happily ever after.
"It doesn't look like [M.. Pataki is] going to run, but there is such a thing as slamming the door shut, and that he hasn't done," said Lee M. M.ringoff, director of the M.rist College Institute for Public Opinion.
For example, health insurer Bupa is now introducing a simpler referral route which skips the psychiat rist and goes straight to the psychologist.
Ke-rist, Andrea ... how about asking if the media is giving the Clinton's too much time.
Ke-rist, even Drudge included a link yesterday ... it was without the cheesy sirens but still ...
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