from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To extend.
- To walk with long steps.
- To leap; bound; rear; spring. Also sten.
- n. A leap; a spring; a long step or stride. Also sten.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I cannot unner-stend this passion for cricket; it seems to me a great waste of time.
Wehn a started heer, Melissa an stend an Teho WERE ICHC – an nao – they ar gone.
An teh awnlee purrrrson there hooz nayme ai noe is stend.
It was a dark night turned, and the trees made it yet darker, and he let the beast take its ain road through the wood; when all of a sudden, from tired and wearied that it was before, the nag began to spring and flee, and stend, that my gudesire could hardly keep the saddle.
Ai prefurrs teh denrobiums, purrsonally, but u rite, stend, dat philodendron mayks teh statement onlee propreeut fur teh cube spayse.
February 3, 2008 at 10:15 am con-rats stend on da nawt secondy.
January 27, 2008 at 6:24 pm stend – iz dat seequill tu ‘Pigs In Spayce’?
Won nite Ai freeked owt ova all da missung ichc mia peeps like stend an bagel of everything an menopaws an Flartus an Turkeyburger no relation
Fur mee – yoo an stend an Teho ar teh verree purrsonificashun ov ICHC.
January 27, 2008 at 1:23 pm stend – yoo hav NO idea hau wunderful ai thinkz yoo ar!
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