Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A technical abbreviation of future.

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Examples

  • Lorsque avril refleurit et que la terre et le printemps célébrèrent leurs noces, mon jardin fut jonché de fleurs splendides et exceptionnelles.

    noce - French Word-A-Day

  • Lorsque avril refleurit et que la terre et le printemps célébrèrent leurs noces, mon jardin fut jonché de fleurs splendides et exceptionnelles.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Lorsque avril refleurit et que la terre et le printemps célébrèrent leurs noces, mon jardin fut jonché de fleurs splendides et exceptionnelles.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Lorsque avril refleurit et que la terre et le printemps célébrèrent leurs noces, mon jardin fut jonché de fleurs splendides et exceptionnelles.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Lorsque avril refleurit et que la terre et le printemps célébrèrent leurs noces, mon jardin fut jonché de fleurs splendides et exceptionnelles.

    French Word-A-Day:

  • Lorsque avril refleurit et que la terre et le printemps célébrèrent leurs noces, mon jardin fut jonché de fleurs splendides et exceptionnelles.

    noce - French Word-A-Day

  • I had a brain fut and thought you were still using LJ for your blog, which led to no end of complications … I’ still waiting for my copy of AWFTS, ordered from Lulu a month ago.

    Lulu Hell (I mean, you couldn’t make this up: or, So. Not. My. Book!) | Diane Duane's weblog: "Out of Ambit"

  • It was, and if he hadn't been to the fore, I should have gone on pulling under the impression that the "fut" was a boot, for trousers, socks, shoes, and legs were a mass of mud.

    The Romance of the Civil War

  • It was; and if he hadn't been to the fore, I should have gone on pulling, under the impression that the "fut" was a boot, for trousers, socks, shoes and legs were a mass of mud.

    Hospital Sketches

  • It was; and if he hadn't been to the fore, I should have gone on pulling, under the impression that the "fut" was a boot, for trousers, socks, shoes and legs were a mass of mud.

    "A Day" from Hospital Sketches and Camp Fireside Stories

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