from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A variant form of eyot, ait.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An island. See
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- noun Alternative form of
eyot. (an island)
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I have not made it inot the offic eyet and do not have my Pacer password at home.
(SEM-eyet) Someone who belongs to the Semitic peoples.
Never be very anxious, when you pray, what words to ufc; reguiatte y and made them appear to judicious eyet more like tinfel than gold.
Who mafilacres before the father's eyet The fon, and at the altar kiUs the 'fire.
Ah 'Madam, to a woman pra6lis'd in love, like me, there is no bccafion for confeffion: for my part, 1 don't want words to aflure me of what the eyet tell me ..
Before the fun of thy bright eyet AU gloomy ttnrftrs tanifh.
And this the appointed hour Which fets to watch her longing eyet •
And the honeft conformiih will aaalf In holv difguife They lift up their eyet;
Thee 'ay my doling eyet in death brholdl Thee may my faulieiiiig hand yet Itrive to hold [
Yes, when his arrows have fline toward Iflirigton, his eyet have (hot clean contrary towards Pimiico.