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- n. Alternative form of eyot. (an island)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. An island. See eyot.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variant form of eyot, ait.
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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 ..
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;
Before the fun of thy bright eyet AU gloomy ttnrftrs tanifh.
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.