Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete or dialectal form of there.
- See tharf.
- n. A wild goat of the Himalayas, Capra jemlaica, also called imo and serow. The small horns curve directly backward, and the male has a mane of long hair on the neck and shoulders.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Zoöl.) A goatlike animal (Capra Jemlaica) native of the Himalayas. It has small, flattened horns, curved directly backward. The hair of the neck, shoulders, and chest of the male is very long, reaching to the knees. Called also
serow, and imo.
- obsolete It needs; need.
“It's time for you Democrats to stand some ground; he should be forced to resign ... thar is what the people of SC really deserve.”
“Now that thar is some fine good arts of ol 'Quick Draw.”
“The huge demon hound Immol'thar is being kept improsoned in the depths of the West side by five highly magical pylons, guarded by arcane elementals.”
“But Jeee whiz mebe that thar is wut Buba Joe means by that err aahh, .. in cree mental sorta stuffBut hell Merry christmass anywayIncramentalism is just tag word for appathy by some (esspecially thse who dont as muih as vote) and a sense of intitlelment by others,. latley the right.”
“I've seen 'em go – an 'never one among 'em but showed in thar face when 'twas over that 'twas the best thing had ever happened.”
“I know'd dat was good stuff dat de chief had in thar 'cause I'd done taste some ob it befo ', and' I'd promis 'myself to taste it agin dat very night as soon as dat couple was gone.”
“Good-mornin ', missis; and why are you sittin' out thar, when thar is such a nice cabin to be in?”
“Not out of hatred of existence or nihilism, but since in thar scenario, since I hadn’t have reached a state of consciousness the whole matter of what I would or would not think is irrelevant.”
“;) You write a post, placing the Haiku somewhar in thar, then you publish it.”
“We had a muss together, soon as you parted company, an 'I asked him to put me ashore at Tristan, thinking to ship in another whaling craft; but, I'm blest if ary a one's called thar since the _Pilot's Bride_ sailed, so I've ben forced to chum in with these islanders! ”
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a large light-coloured antelope with curled horns. L. from an African word quoted by Pliny.
any one of a group of hollow-horned...
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