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If she don’t make ‘aste, I shan’t ‘ave time to get ‘alf a pint afore I go ‘ome!
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 104, May 20, 1893 Various
I don’t vish to ‘urry you—but I vant you to mike ‘aste—&c., &c.
Voces Populi F. Anstey
asteria (aste′ria), daughter of Caeus, was carried away by Jupiter, who assumed the shape of an eagle.
1000 Mythological Characters Briefly Described Edward S. Ellis
I don’t vish to ‘urry you—but I vant you to mike ‘aste—&c, &c.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 99, November 15, 1890 Various
They’re puttin’ on the gloves now, make ‘aste if you’re goin’ in!
Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 103, December 3, 1892 Various
“Tell ‘im the address, dear, and make ‘aste and get in,” ses Gerty.
Bob’s Redemption W.W. Jacobs
Them emigrants would give you anything you aste for a piece o’ pie, or a real baked loaf o’ bread.
The Way of a Man Emerson Hough
And the gillies got jest a mite scoffy along of my natural ‘aste.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 99, August 30, 1890. Various
asteatosis asteatosis a·ste·a·to·sis (ə-stē’ə-tō’sĭs, ās’tē-) n. Diminished or arrested action of the sebaceous glands.
n. “genteel irony, polite mockery,” 1580s, from Greek asteismos “wit, witticism,” from asteios “of a city or town” (as opposed to “country”), from asty “town, city,” especially (without the article) “Athens.”
any composite plant of the genus Aster, having rays varying from white or pink to blue around a yellow disk. a plant of some allied genus, as the . Cell Biology. a structure formed in a cell during mitosis, composed of astral rays radiating about the centrosome. Furniture. (def 2). a diminutive or pejorative suffix […]
- Aster daisy
. a daisy, Chrysanthemum arcticum, of arctic regions, having asterlike heads of white or lilac flowers.