from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Wavy; waving; curly.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Same as oundy, 1.


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  • The Trial 1947 depicting Ned Kelly in the court room, surr­ounded by the judge, police and jury.

    Ned Kelly, Sidney Nolan and Australian heroes

  • Her formidable presence, her middle age beauty, her awareness of all the tiny absurdities and indignities with which she was surr-ounded, all created an intelligent, observant drama about dislocation and fragility of unshakeable memories.

    "I've Loved You So Long" film review

  • The purpose of Help for Heroes is to provide decent funding and compensation to those servicemen and women who have beenw ounded in action and who receive little to no help from the Government led by Gordon Brown.

    Brown takes the piss out of injured soldiers

  • Evening had already fallen when he had ounded down the stairs, telling her to grab a coat and hat and follow him.

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  • Versace's extraordinary courage in providing covering fire from an exposed position to permit the CIDG survivors of a deadly ambush time to escape from the killing zone, but not enough time to prevent his capture after he was seriously w ounded from B AR fire.

    Versace, Humberto R.

  • F ounded in 1999, the company has about 1,650 employees.

  • From 1997 through 1999, Lilith Fair was one of the highest grossing touring festivals in the world, with over 1.5 million fans in attendance and raising over $10 million dollars for national and local charities .... [f] ounded by

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  • • W hen sur r ounded by adults they are more likely to behave unless the adult is their parents.

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  • Apparently in a sharing mood, AT&T ounded off against Google and complained to the FCC that it believes Google Voice breaks the law.

    DailyTech Main News Feed

  • In April and May rise among these thick stalks, sHp - porting a very singuliir kind of flower, the poinlal of which 18 long, thick, fleshy, and of a red or white colour, and the whole »un-ounded with a green membranaceoua case.

    The Family Herbal,: And of the Drugs which are Produced by Vegetables of Other Countries : with ...


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