from The Century Dictionary.
- A Middle English form of
summer, summer, summer.
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They're two likely little gals, ye knows; honest born, white father, and'll make han'some wimmin -- han'somer'n thar mother, and sell higher when they's grow'd; ye'd better take 'em, Lark.
The baby, now you've got her cleaned up, is han'somer 'n any baby on the river,' n 'a reg'lar chunk o' sunshine besides.
You allers was han'some, but now you's han'somer'n ever!
Mebbe I'll pay it some day when you git han'somer 'n you are now! "laughed Captain Ephraim dryly.
Besides holding photo opts and being a "cheerleader" fo somer prep rallys!
June 9th, 2006 at 4: 43 pm freeman says: your middle class existance has only been around since after the GI returned from the second WW its an anomaly in history and in need of somer protecting! do u think this is a real democracy?
By Dr. Christopher Wood, at Sat Jan 05, 06:51:00 AM anon - despit my instinctive antipathy towards nuclear power, I have somer sympathy with what you write.
Interspersed among the songs are readings from a letter which Dowland wrote to Sir Robert Cecil, Secretary of State and spymaster to Queen Elizabeth I, in 1595; in this letter Dowland defends his career choices, which took him to serve foreign patrons, and offers intelligence on possible foes to the queen, including his allegation that “men say that the Kinge of Spain is making gret preparation to com for England this next somer.”
July 18, 2008 at 6:27 pm dat not sno! dat sand! kitteh at teh beech in somer n want ice creem cuz she hot.
For somer, lyk vnto a songe of Barry Manilow, hath ydrawn alle the spirit and vigor from my limbes and hert.