from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A kind of worm or larva.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An unidentified parasite of the trout, probably an epizoic crustacean. Also called trout-louse.
- n. See sub-.
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It's an inauspicious message for a series which so far has staunchly avoided anime tropes, but unfortunately the new protagonist Azaka is every bit as vivacious and animated as the slang suggests, and it can't help but seep into the rest of the film.
Debussy gave to several of his compositions titles sug - gesting visual imagery, such as Reflections in the Water,
November's U.K. trade figures are not as bad as the widening in the headline deficits sug gests.
The style of the improvised fixture sug - gested childhood, somehow.
"When you first got here, did you find any clues sug - gesting where all this ..."
The words seemed to come naturally, but they were also sug - gestive.
"Put up sample tribes, and let us choose one," Stile sug - gested.
Phineas sug - gested, feeling less secure with each step.
What the audience did not realize was that the activity un - der the whipped gelatin was quite different from that sug - gested by the dialogue.
The right to privacy is going to be totally abolished and they're going to sug ...
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