from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A trull or prostitute.
- n. A scold or gossip.
- v. To rail or scold.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A trull or prostitute; a scold or gossip.
- intransitive v. To rail or scold.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A tattling or talkative woman; a scold; a gossip.
- n. A trull; a drab; a lewd woman.
- To rail; scold.
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May 12, 2009 at 9: 32 PM if windows people did this thing and callet it "superbar", they must make some plugins as integrating recycle bin completely (drag&drop, right click-empty) or some other useful stuff.
May 12, 2009 at 9:32 PM if windows people did this thing and callet it "superbar", they must make some plugins as integrating recycle bin completely drag&drop, right click-empty or some other useful stuff.
Qui rebus se exercet, verba negligit, et qui callet artem dicendi, nullam disciplinam habet recognitam.
His language to the wife whom he still loves while believing himself dishonored by her is such that "a beggar, in his drink, could not have laid such terms upon his callet."
I'm as happy with my wallet, my bottle, and my callet, [trull]
Mamma callet for me, ant says, 'Karl Ivanitch, I gif you my children.
_Magnetick Lady_, speaks of "wearing the callet, the politic hood."
§ II.ed. meæ, "quos probe callet, qui signorum ortus et obitus comprehendit,"
But what you gain in fashion you lose in function: Unlike the "callet," you have to pull the phone from the case to make a call, check a text or take a photo. $39 plus $20 shipping; porter.com
The goofily named "callet," which fits BlackBerrys and iPhones, has a protective case for your phone with slotted pockets for cash and cards on the back.