- From Old French ombrel ("shade"). (Wiktionary)
“Indeed, if you were to find a magickal book lying around -- oh, say in the back of a cabinet, or propping up a vase of fresh umbrel flowers -- you might find just such a sight as you see here, leaping out at you from the page.”
“Crosslegged under an umbrel umbershoot he thrones an Aztec logos, functioning on astral levels, their oversoul, mahamahatma.”
“Crosslegged under an umbrel umbershoot he thrones an”
“Flowers generally on an umbrel – at other times single – in colour they are pure white, with drooping nodding heads.”
“The other night I was reading aloud to the family about a feller who was standing at the forks of the road with an umbrella over him, when a flock of sheep came along and got tangled up, and so he thought he would help the driver by shooing 'em a little and waving his umbrel.”
“An old ram dident like that and suddenly made for him and went through his umbrel like it was a paper hoop, and having knocked him down in the mud, he had to lay there until about a hundred sheep jumped over him one at”
“Dat ar cullud gill she up in er cheer er-shyin 'she umbrel at Bijah, an' him jes a dancin '' roun ', an' er-yelpin '.”
“This miser'ble ol 'umbrel is too pertic'ler," growled Cap'n Bill.”
“As fer me," said Cap'n Bill slowly, "I'm goin 'to believe it, too, by'm'by, when I've seen the umbrel fly once.”
“I can't figger how both of you can hold on to the handle o 'that umbrel.”
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Another of my random palavery lists for terms and phrases that don't fit into any of my other lists.
words with "mb" in the middle, especially "umb," or sometimes instead "nd", and often ending in -el. words i like the feel of.
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