from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of trust.
- n. A beam.
- n. A trestle.
- n. A strong large stool.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
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First of al, it trest of man as an individual in his relations to God, to himself, and to his fellow-men.
"I reckon when he tole me ter tote his gun an 'coat home, he furgot the grant war in his pocket,' kase he fairly dotes on it, an 'won't trest it out'n his sight."
"Och! she 'll trest him herself." said Duncan, still jealous of the women who had nursed the child.
Other English words that made the cut include "stress trest," which refers to the analysis of banks' financial strength during the European financial crisis, and "circeln," a term from the new social network Google+ that means to add someone to a contact list.
I just dont understand all the hate mail. customer service? lol its a video show man, what kind of customer are you? do you pay for the show? are you going to lose any money if they deside to trest new waters with the format?
After a dose of really heavy stuff today comes a frothy film with Michael Rapaport as a comic book geek who believes he has gained superpowers after participating in a anti-depressent trest drug program.
trest have only known people over here to use 'coucou' instead of, say, an appreciative whistle or the words 'well hello!'