Definitions

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  • abbr. IUPAC 3-letter abbreviation of serine

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Ser is the verb infinitive for transient 'to be' ...

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  • There is actually only one wight in the prologue, namely Ser Waymar Royce.

    Which episode will GRRM write?

  • Hey, maybe I should tell Howard to work in a knight called Ser Tyree...

    A Partner for the Dance

  • He thought of calling Ser Perth or Sather Karf, but there was no time for that, and they could hardly have heard him over the sounds of the desperate fight going on.

    The Sky Is Falling

  • After my arrival at Aleppo, and two days 'stay there, we took the train to a place called Ser-Arab-Pounâri.

    Martyred Armenia

  • Encamped opposite a handsome stream, called Ser-war-cerna,

    Brackenridge's Journal of a Voyage up The Missouri River, in 1811

  • "Ser-" As the undercaptain extended the provisions bag, and a water bottle, his voice was both solicitous and respectful.

    Ordermaster

  • "Ser, " offered Speltar, 'might I show you the house?

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • "Ser ..." ventures Emsahl, his voice slow and almost drawling.

    Scion of Cyador

  • "Ser," said the guard to the farmer, "Vykay, there --" he pointed to another guard who held a drill, a hammer, and a pouch that Cerryl knew contained soft copper rivets "-- he and the mage will attach the medallion."

    Colors of Chaos

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