Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A kind of red or scarlet color.
“America has lost a tuly great man, a great voice for democracy, and a true patriot.”
“It is the social engineering at work in this BBC article, the objective of which is to attempt to normalise Sharia law and lunatic, evil and completely alien Islamic customs in this country - that is tuly shocking.”
“PS I am, however, tuly sorry that my link caused you all that distress earlier GM - I hope you didn't spend too long weeping in a corner... sorry... :o”
“We need to pay better attention to the beauty that is tuly within us all.”
“You asked a great question because that is exactly what they talked they about and its absence is damning evidence that shows (1) Rove knew that leaking her name was a crime, but decided to do it anyway, (2) he knew that email never is tuly private, (3) and he knew that he had to give his boss an update on the caper: Mission Accomplished, as the presdent likes to say.”
“This is tuly,IMHO, an excellent and very knowlegeable post.”
“Then they went to work and made tuly or bulrush boats, and went into Humboldt Lake.”
“The country mothers cry 'Oh!' and 'Poor little dears, they look very tuly,' and complacently regard their own sturdy, sunburnt offspring, at whose staring eyes and ponderous boots the city mice glance with disdain.”
“I tuly hope that this issue is resolved very soon and they name of the company needs to be publicly announced for their in-humane treatment of their workers.”
“However, its bland visuals and characters prevent it from being a tuly great game.”
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Words for colours that have fallen out of use.
These chromonyms are defined as colors in at least one dictionary (mostly MW3). (Actually there's one fake, for reasons I'll explain someday.) They are all one-word nouns such as "kelly", which can...
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