from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. of reach.
- imp. of reck, to care.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete preterit of reck.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
We haven't hit the perfect storm yet either; we're just in rought seas.
But my own post-call rought drafts never seem as profound or emotionally charged, upon well-rested review.
- The huge honeycombs would need to be enourmously sturdy (= = expensive) to survive any kind of rought sea.
Yes | No | Report from tennesseedeerhunter wrote 21 hours 11 min ago just take the scratcher on the call and sand the end till its rought and try to mimic a hens yelp
Imagine that destruction rought upon families in Iraq.
Do believe my older plastic stands teh rought treatment better,, but it was not wide enugh to handle what all I had inside the case.
Hillary's cash on hand advantage on 12/21 was rought $5 million
Looking at what the conservatives have rought us, replacing a Blue Dog with a Liberal is no guarantee we'll get a Repub.
Michael Brunton for Time: "[B] rought to you by Channel Four, the same company that last year controversially imagined Bush's assassination in The Death of a President, Britain's PM comes under fire in The Trial of Tony Blair - another installment of what some might consider wish-fulfillment TV."
As a rought guide use the frequency of Jupiter 1/11.8yr and then find the period of this system with respect to Jupiter.
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