Definition of Latin the language of ancient Rome and its empire, widely used historically as a language of scholarship and administration., a native o.
Jan 30, 2018 '"How about a roll in the hay?" said Tom loftily,' we heard ourself muttering. To those game for the experience, we offer our hero's classic
Something that is laden is weighted down by something heavy, like an apple tree that's laden with fruit.
to study languages to study all night (tr) to investigate or examine, as by observation, research, etc to study the effects of heat on metal (tr) to look at minutely
Fights and Fighters. Cyrus Townsend Brady. He was not certain, but when had George left Atlanta, ostensibly for Memphis? The Winning Clue. James Hay, Jr.
can hold" (1670s), from earlier meaning "load of hay or wood" (1590s), of unknown origin. Used in U.S. colloquial speech from 1834 to mean "a quantity, a lot.".
It is a cariure of a "macaroni" – a dandy or fop – strolling with his hat off. His wig is so heavy that his hairdresser is supporting its weight. The word dude used
People like to say that it's not the heat that bothers them, it's the humidity. They say this because when it is humid, or when there is a lot of water in the air, the
Ignite is a verb that means to start heat or a flame. Trying to ignite a match inside a dark fireworks factory is a really bad idea — one that can get you blown sky
conclude · consummate · do · do a bangup job · do justice · do one proud · do the trick · effect · finish · fulfill · gain · get someplace · get there · hit · make hay
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