from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun (Mining) Tin ore freed from earthy matter by stamping.
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- noun mining, UK, dialect, Cornish
Tin orefreed from earthy matter by stamping.
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I believe in the people's government but this group along with Palin and Bauchmann the two most uneducated nit-witts who think they know better how to run this country.
Obama does not understand healthcare in our country and I would prefer that a board of physicians, who truly understand the system create a healthcare initiative for all people, not taxing employees who are barely able to survive, or retirement age people who are at witts end as to why they will not have entitlement to Medicare benefits after having worked for 40 years to achieve it.
CNN was second only to Foxnews in drumming up support for the war, telling us to be scared out of our witts, resulting in 80% support for the war by the public at its start because we 'had to' invade.
Naugt so menny ov us be keepin R witts about us on this lolcat!
PHILLIPS: Well, a Brooklyn sixth grader can thank mom's good advice and her own quick witts and courage for escaping an alleged attacker.
First you say “I am being challenged to a dual of witts by an unarmed opponent.”
I am being challenged to a dual of witts by an unarmed opponent.
In the meane time the liberal Sciences florished, men's witts were sharpe and quicke, greate paines euery way was taken: and yet nothing was spoken of the creation of the worlde.
_Ginecocratia: _ the king was supposed to be a person very amorous and effeminate, and therefore most ruled his ordinary affaires by the aduise of women either for the loue he bare to their persons of liking he had to their pleasant ready witts and vtterance.
There were others that for the peoples good instruction, and triall of their owne witts vsed in places of great assembly, to say by rote nombers of short and sententious meetres, very pithie and of good edification, and thereupon were called Poets _Mimistes_: as who would say, imitable and meet to be followed for their wise and graue lessons.