from The Century Dictionary.
- Unknown; obscure.
- noun An unknown person.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Unknown.
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- adjective obsolete
- noun obsolete One who is unknown.
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Another thing that annoy me is when people tell their kids that if you ignore the bully they will go away. liars you cann't ignote your probles they keep getting bigger.
Let us sally forth to ignote war over nothing that we have the feeling of accomplishing something – TO THE BAT-KEYBOARD!
The first stanza contains three new readings, 'The unknown' for 'Th' ignote ',' I would have 'for' I would hug ', and' Not on 'for' Not from '.
Naught < 46.6 > be ignote, not so much out of feare
Volume One failed to ignote much interest in summer movie-goers, the true excitement was in the pages of this perverse take on War of the Worlds.
Most folks will ignote the SSL Certificate error that pops up when you visit navyfcu. org, nfcu. org or others.
"carteggio" so they claim that is a superd instrument, but the author is ignote.