from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Plural of os3.
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- n. An esker.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. See 3d os.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as asar, pl. of as, os.
- Same as os. A ridge of glacial debris of considerable longitudinal extent, showing rough water-stratification: same as eskar. Also called serpent-kame.
In this way there arise at places where the _cabook_ stratum has again been broken up and washed away by currents of water, formations which are so bewilderingly like the ridges (_osar_) and hills with erratic blocks in Sweden and Finland that I was astonished when I saw them.
Para infamar a mujeres They've glib tongues for defaming women tienen lengua, y tienen manos and they have ready hands para osar a los ancianos for challenging some old man
So much drama and hype is going around, is like we are talking about the best book ever written, and a great movie / osar worthy LMAO
y más me duele el no osar deciros que he llegado por vos a tal estado; que viéndome do estoy y en lo que he andado por el camino estrecho de seguiros, si me quiero tornar para hüiros, desmayo, viendo atrás lo que he dejado;
(_osar_) with sides partly clothed with wood, partly sandy slopes of
_cabook_ of Ceylon would certainly yield very unexpected contributions to an explanation of the way in which the sand and rolled-stone _osar_ of Scandinavia have first arisen.