from The Century Dictionary.
haut, haught, haughty.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Lofty; haughty.
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- adjective obsolete
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
If he has trackback for links on his blog, and I have trackback for comments on mine, this cross link might cause an infinite loop that brings the internet to a hault.
All this negative news will hault her for years to come.
Hillary knows it's time to throw in the towel, and Mr. McAuliffe's gravy train is now grinding to a hault.
I also thin that Obama's camp is wrong we are not a country divided, most Americans agree that we are tired of the Bush administration, the economy (we aren't slowing we are at a hault.), health care and so on.
Old Mr. Flakjacket himself, can't distinguish between Sunni and Shia, making a big deal out of visiting a market that was basically closed for his visit, grinding everything to a hault so he can get some PR shots.
Notice to all angry muslims, the catastrophe of weakness, multi-curturalism and political correctness will come to a screeching hault when the American people see what they've been duped into after years of throwing flower petals at you and hoping beyond hope that you'll just learn to like us as more than sick infedels.
We thought if only we could put our team in Congress that ethics would be exercised and War would come to a hault.
But, a couple of influences have brought this trend to a screeching hault in the last year or so.
When Israel launches its preventative attack against Iran to hault its missile warhead program, where will these cowards be?
And when their careers come to a hault, they'll blame the Economy, the Internet, or the Death of the Newspaper.