Definitions

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  • adjective Geordie Totally stinking.

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Examples

  • "Sure then she'll have to make up her mind," said Jerry, "to live on air, which is too light food intirely for any wan excep 'hummin'-birds and potes."

    The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands

  • "I know more 'n that; I know where to find yellow lady's-slippers' n 'the yewberries' n 'hummin'-bird nests."

    Seven Miles to Arden

  • I saw the sage, an 'runnin' hosses -- an 'thet's the beautfulest sight to me -- an' I saw dim things in the dark, an 'there was a kind of hummin' in my ears.

    Riders of the Purple Sage

  • 'Sing, ye bloomin' hummin 'bird!' said he, and Ortheris, beating time on Learoyd's skull, delivered himself, in the raucous voice of the

    Soldier Stories

  • "Sing, ye bloomin 'hummin' bird!" said he, and Ortheris, beating time on

    Indian Tales

  • 'Sing, ye bloomin' hummin 'bird!' said he, and Ortheris, beating time on

    Life's Handicap

  • By next winter, with everything hummin 'an' shipshape, what's the matter with us makin 'a visit to Carmel?

    CHAPTER XXII

  • (Soundbite of song, "Train Of Love") Mr. GILMORE: (Singing) Train of love's a-comin ', big black wheels a-hummin'.

    Jimmie Dale Gilmore: A Honky-Tonk Sound From Texas

  • (Soundbite of song, "Train Of Love") Mr. GILMORE: (Singing) Train of love's a-comin ', big black wheels a-hummin'.

    Jimmie Dale Gilmore: A Honky-Tonk Sound From Texas

  • (Soundbite of song, "Train Of Love") Mr. GILMORE: (Singing) Train of love's a-comin ', big black wheels a-hummin'.

    Jimmie Dale Gilmore: A Honky-Tonk Sound From Texas

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