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Cullen_Skink

eating haggis, stovies or Cullen skink . He still had trouble with porridge, however, and when it crept up on him disguised under the name of Highland Brose and containing cream, honey and whisky, it was transformed into a powerful emetic. 2006 March, David Lansing, “HopScotching the Inner

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be: "X, Y, Z and per se and." This last phrase was routinely slurred to "ampersand" and the term crept into common English usage by around 1837. Pronunciation [ edit ] ( UK ) IPA ( key ) : /ˈæm.pə(ɹ).sænd/ , /ˈæmp.ə(ɹ)ˌzænd/ Audio (US) ( file ) Noun [ edit ] ampersand ( plural

wiktionary.org | 2018/9/23 3:26:44

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crept Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary Jump to: navigation , search English [ edit ] Pronunciation [ edit ] IPA ( key ) : /ˈkɹɛpt/ Audio (US) ( file ) Rhymes: -ɛpt Verb [ edit ] crept simple past tense and past participle of creep Categories

wiktionary.org | 2017/5/24 5:10:13

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From French morbleu ( “ gadzooks , zounds ” , interjection ) ( archaic ) , from mort bleu ( “ blue death ” ) , a corruption of mort Dieu ( “ death of God ” ) . [1] Pronunciation [ edit ] ( Received Pronunciation ) IPA ( key ) : /ˈskɹiːm bluː ˈmɜː(ɹ)də(ɹ)/

primerole print that page

add a quotation of Chaucer to this entry?) Anna Eliza Bray [ … ] not a rill of water but crept from its hiding place, under banks entangled with briers and weeds, or thickly set with their clusters of primeroles (to use old Chaucer's word for that palest and prettiest of yellow flowers

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Blackamoor print that page

discontented to understand the great numbers of negars and Blackamoors which (as she is informed) are crept into this realm... who are fostered and relieved [i.e. fed] her to the great annoyance of her own liege people, that want the relief [i.e. food], which those people consume, as also

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From Old Norse bylgja [1] , from Proto-Germanic *bulgijǭ . Cognates include Danish - and Norwegian Bokmål bølge , Norwegian Nynorsk bylgje , Middle High German bulga and Low German bulge . Pronunciation [ edit ] ( Received Pronunciation ) IPA ( key ) : /ˈbɪləʊ/ ( US ) IPA

wiktionary.org | 2017/7/2 9:31:45

twitch print that page

From Middle English twicchen , from Old English *twiċċan , from Proto-Germanic *twikkijaną ( “ to nail, pin, fasten, clasp, pinch ” ) . Cognate with English tweak , Low German twikken , German Low German twicken ( “ to pinch, pinch off ” ) , zweckōn and gizwickan ( German

wiktionary.org | 2018/7/25 3:20:12

Shabo print that page

Ethiopia . Synonyms [ edit ] Mikeyir Further reading [ edit ] Ethnologue entry for Shabo , sbf Anagrams [ edit ] Bosha , basho Categories : English lemmas English nouns English uncountable nouns en:Languages

wiktionary.org | 2017/6/9 5:00:43

accentuate print that page

chapter 5, in Lord Stranleigh Abroad [1] : These were business hours, and a feeling of loneliness crept over him, perhaps germinated by his sight of the illustrated papers, and accentuated by an attempted perusal of them. ( transitive ) To mark with a written accent. Synonyms

wiktionary.org | 2017/11/9 19:40:38