from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. See lodge, n.


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  • And possibly the raftsmen's dialect was what is called platt-Deutsch, and so they found his English more familiar to their ears than another man's German.

    A Tramp Abroad

  • I hear not a word of how she likes her platt, it is well if she does not burn it in her confusion.

    Letter 281

  • Miss Fitzjohn, and request her to make three score and a half of platt to pattern as soon as she conveniently can.

    Letter 316

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  • One can platt out the land in any way possible, but how you do this does nothing to the hill, valley or dale.

    A Dark, Misleading Force

  • When day came, he took only his sword in his hand, and came to Moss-platt, and some new men (who had been in the fields all night) seeing him, they fled, and he pursued.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • Iraq oil contracts to be delivered on silver platt...


  • Have you tried typing in lascano, platt, and robbie into google? when i tried my computer roared at me like the teaser did. that was cool. you should try it.

    1-18-08 - Photo # 5

  • The moocow came down the road where Betty Byrne lived; she sold lemon platt.


  • And in another yle ben folk, that han the face all platt, alle pleyn, with outen nese and with outen mouthe: but thei han 2 smale holes alle round, in stede of hire eyen: and hire mouthe is plait also, with outen lippes.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville


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