“full of ardor,” 1770, a variant of arduous with overtones of amorous, generally useful only to poets and first attested in Chatterton; perhaps, then, like his works, an instance of faux medievalism.
present indicative plural and 2nd person singular of . a measure of surface area; 1 are is equal to1/100 (0.01) of a hectare (100 square meters or 119.6 square yards). Abbreviation: a. to exist or live: Shakespeare’s “To be or not to be” is the ultimate question. to take place; happen; occur: The wedding was […]
a sunken leading to a cellar or basement entrance, or in front of basement or cellar windows. a passageway, especially one between buildings. Historical Examples Ten minutes later Mrs. Zwiebel recognized with a leaping heart his footsteps on the areaway. The Competitive Nephew Montague Glass The android, seeing his escape cut off, veered into an […]
. noun any arenaceous rock; a sandstone