Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An abbreviation of terrace
- of territory.
- Thrice: used in music to indicate that a measure or phrase to which it is attached is to be repeated three times in succession.
“An 'I been surveyin' de lan'scape o'er tryin 'ter think about eve'ything I can do _ter start right_.”
“Lull; new voice, young girl's, "I'm goin 'ter tyke my mother's part;" dialogue, repeated about five times, "I'll do as I like, blankety, blank, blank!”
“We do maintain some of the quirky British pronunciations, such as Glocester and Worcester (should be "WUSS-ter", is actually pronounced "WUSS-tah" with the Boston accent, and is definitely NOT "Worr-chest-er" as everyone from outside New England says it!)”
“As for the words, well us 'as our own ways of sayin' down yer and yer's your chance to do the same, and don't you be forget'in ter 'down yer prong' and watch out for the 'gurt big stoan'.”
“The Joss-ter is Back with a Super-Villain and a Musical Score - 2008”
“The mission of the IAE Media Center is to study the impact and forthcoming challenges of Media and Entertainment Industries in Latin America.”
“The lead character is supposed to be this sardonic, aloof, drugged-out playboy lusted after by almost everyone who sees him.”
“And if I upset my tumbler they won't say a word ter me: --”
“I'm sorry, but I hev given my word ter Pawnee an 'I wouldn't break it fer a cool million, thet's me.”
“Come, Josh,' she called ter me, 'jest you carry this hyere child inter the house an' lay her on the bed.”
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