from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A Scotch contraction of behooved. Also written
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I am a true avid reader and I would NOT spend a dime on this bood by Sarah Palin.
For instance, while readers may wonder if a reviewer gives a book a good review because he/she is friends with the author, they may also think the reviewer who gives a bood a negative review * hates* the author for some reason.
She always wore a hat in Church (for women were to keep their heads covered in Church), she was completely against the bood of alternate services, and the list goes on and on.
I wish Ms. Borger would be as upset when the Democrats bood George Bush during his 2nd Inaguaralal speach in front of Contress.
Relative to S. McClellan's bood, get over your riteous indignation you pomous, arrogant, stupid, liars!
Het onderzoek van PWC bood prettig tegenwicht aan de stortvloed aan kritiek op de plannen van de ...
It also gives you the verb form to bood in the mix.
The Volokh Conspiracy » Need a Good Name for the Kindle, the Sony Reader, and the Like:
Bands of mercy information;: And an appeal to the clergy, to the teachers of schools and Sunday schools, and to all bood citizens by George T Angell
This is what Charles Mann (National Geographic) has to say about Israel in the bood Material World:
Think Progress » Armitage Fears Bombing Campaign Will ‘End Up Empowering Hezbollah’
I have looked it up in the bird bood, but forget what it's called.
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