from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Trust, faith.
- v. To trust, have faith in.
- n. A set station in hunting.
- adj. sad; sorrowful; gloomy
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To trust.
- n. Trust.
- n. A post, or station, in hunting.
- n. A secret meeting, or the place of such meeting; a tryst. See Tryst.
- adj. Sad; sorrowful; gloomy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of trustand tryst.
- Sad; sorrowful; gloomy.
Sanford has nothing better to do than jet off for a trist with his "soul mate," unless it is to refuse Federal stimulus money.
Is this just another republican trist to decide who has values, and who doesn't, who is a "real" American and who isn't.
I wonder why they didn't push the John Edwards trist more.
Hmmm. This must mean that it is going to come out of his own pocket which is also half of his wifes pocket to fund his trist.
His work for years was among the more acute forms of psychoses, and he was considered a pyschia - trist of sound judgment and keen acumen.
Imagine how trist life would be if we would all be sitting in our white rooms with our black pullovers, surrounded by white mobiliar like this and all communicating through our iphones.
His work for years was among the more acute forms of psychoses, and he was considered a pyschia- trist of sound judgment and keen acumen.
So if you would like to talk in the future, after our trist with ze brit, reply.
The Pollet should be seen in the context provided by his other Melki vehicles, particularly L'amour c'est gai, l'amour c'est trist and the magnificent L'acrobate.
Dyw hyn ddim yn newyddion syfrdanol, wrth gwrs, ond mae yn newyddion trist. £13 miliwn o bunoedd i dalu overdraft Canolfan y Mileniwm, ond fedr y llywodraeth ddim fforddio £600,000 y flwyddyn i ariannu papur dyddiol.