from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An English name of a species of shad, Alosa vulgaris. See
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Zoöl.) The European shad (
Clupea vulgaris); allice shad. See alose.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun European shad
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It would be sooooo much easier to just rent one of those little allice in wonderland dresses that EVERY costume shop always seems to have.
The first is the shad, a herring-like fish of which two species, allice and twaite
For something to think about consult thewww. allice-miller.com website.
Had a record ooo, real vinyl! growin up, which had both “allice”s, set to moosic when appropriate. dat’s teh song i’m lookin 4….
What the little waking dream revealed to me was that INSTEAD of the little allice in wonderland dress I had been planning to go under the FABULOUS crushed red velvet cape edged in wide satin red ribbon and lined with red moire silk; [Did I mention I'm a bit of a seamstress?}
In reality the word _elft_ has nothing to do with _eleven_, for _elft_ = Fr. _alose_ or Eng. _allice_.]