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- adj. Having some specific type of bottom
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bottom.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having at the bottom, or as a bottom; resting upon a bottom; grounded; -- mostly, in composition.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a bottom (of the particular kind indicated in composition): as. flat-bottomed; broad-bottomed; a full-bottomed wig.
- Underlaid; furnished with a bottom or foundation: as, bottomed by clay.
- Based; grounded: as, a well-bottomed character.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having a bottom of a specified character
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One sign that the big banks would like us to believe housing has bottomed is the sudden jog up in mortgage rates.
For stir-frying, a thin bottomed skillet – she mentions nothing about cast iron, but that is what I would use, and she gives very complete directions on how to improvise a servicable steamer.
On what linguistic structure is this coinage bottomed?
AA would say: They haven't "bottomed," won't recover from their disease till a disaster hits, with another market meltdown and the "Great Depression 2."
To get a more detailed sense of how that one "bottomed," click through to the last slide, which overlays our current bear market on top of the three nastiest ones in the last century.
Of course, after Cramer went off and the market dropped another 150 points, conservative Larry Kudlow talked about whether the Democrats were the cause of Wall Street's worries, and then he got OMB Director Rob Portman to deny that there were any embedded problems in the economy, and to declare that the economy is "strong and growing", and that the housing market has definitely "bottomed".
My passion for blogging kind of bottomed out a couple of months ago–I can trace it back to my There but for the Grace of God… post and the emotional exhaustion I experienced dealing with the ironic violence that resulted.
"We got off to this fast start last year and kind of bottomed out," Pacers guard Reggie Miller said.
"The whole sex thing-I'm kind of bottomed out on it," said Mr. Richardson.
At seven feet I "bottomed" on the hard snow, without result.