from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. to go toward hastily, or in a hostile manner; to attack.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
They have great stocks and Lands belonging to their Companyes Common stock, and wch does maintaine schooles and Hospitalls and such Like wch from tyme to tyme are Encreased by severall Benefactors and Legacyes, some of wch are greate as in ye Mercers Company which have Lands to a great value for such Ends. There are severall feasts which Lord Major and Sherriffs are absolutely obliged to make at their first Entrance into their offices, two dayes following each other, and ye first day of ye terme to all ye judges, and 3 dayes at Easter going to hear a sermon at St Brides Each day, and then to jnspect ye severall Charityes and hospitalls yt all be kept in due order and provided for.
Determined to make at least a token reconnaissance of Papagaran, I prepare to swim in.
Now that Lindsay Gordon’s been alibied by her mysterious stranger, who turns out to be yet another of the USA Meeja Studies Mafia, police will have to make at least a pretence of looking elsewhere for their killer.
Tanni’s glance reminded him that this might not be the perfect gesture to make at the Emperor, and he hastily took up his drink.
He was impatient to see Belinda; and, full of generous and grateful sentiments, in his first moment of joy, he determined to conceal nothing from her; to make at once the confession of his own imprudence and the eulogium of Clarence Hervey's generosity.
Bonaparte at this time was anything but disposed to sign a peace, which be always hoped to be able to make at Vienna, after a campaign in Germany, seconded by the armies of the Rhine and the Sambre-et-Meuse.