Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A wrinkle.
- To wrinkle.
“Yes | No | Report from lovetohunt wrote 49 weeks 3 days ago shot a crow at 90 yards with a ruge 10/22. using remington thunderbolts.”
“Lá fora o vento ruge e a escuridão da noite esconde as nuvens que ameaçam descarregar bátegas violentas.”
“Sob um sol escaldante e um céu profundamente azul ruge uma daquelas ventanias que nos velhos tempos se classificava como estando o demo à solta.”
“Do lado de fora da janela ruge um dia fabuloso, solarengo e de céu azul salpicado aqui e ali por uma nuvem ou outra, e que faço eu?”
“Ethel had on her blue velvit get up and a sweet new hat and plenty of ruge on her face and looked quite a seemly counterpart for Bernard who was arrayed in a white and shiny mackintosh top boots and a well brushed top hat tied on to him with a bit of black elastick.”
“I shall put some red ruge on my face said Ethel because I am very pale owing to the drains in this house.”
“Oh yes gasped Ethel blushing through her red ruge.”
“I shall put some red ruge on my face said Ethel becouse I am very pale owing to the drains in this house.”
“She looked very beautifull with some red roses in her hat and the dainty red ruge in her cheeks looked quite the thing.”
“She carried a parasole in one hand also a green silk bag containing a few stray hair pins a clean handkerchief five shillings and a pot of ruge in case.”
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