from The Century Dictionary.
- An obsolete spelling of
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective obsolete Shorn.
- transitive verb obsolete To shear.
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- adjective obsolete
- adjective Newfoundland Of an animal: having no
- verb obsolete To
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Their relationships were ritualised to suit both genders, love and duty were intertwined and insecurity was nott in the picture.
"Lett me see ... oll your naughtee ways, drinking, and smoking and ... that you are a verree shameless rake-but he would give no particulars, was that nott mean of him? ... oah, and that you were a scoundrel, and told stretchers - and he said you were most cowardice - which I did nott believe, you are so famous -" "But you believed the rest, eh?"
"Oah, then you will certainlee nott go on deck just yett!" whispers she.
Ellenborough said "Hear, hear", and even Albert looked only half-sulky, and said all diss-cipline was admirable, but there must be better ways of instilling it; the Prince of Wales, he said, should nott play cricket, but some more constructiff game.
Oah, I was wicked to tease - you mustn't go up, nott yett!
There are also people voting for her just because she is white and nott her policies, because she has not shown me anything policy wise that has convinced me she would be a good president.
April 7, 2010 at 6:47 am nott anubber hair-braind ebent, plsthx
"Oah, I should have played a march in your honour, Sir Harree - nott a waltz!" cries she.
Aim ormos fuuteed owt, anna nawt second bawl nott eben kikkt yet.
"Such a shocking character he gave you, you can nott imagine!"