“You’re aw right,” he cried, laying a grimy hand on Denton’s grimy sleeve.
Tales of Space and Time Herbert George Wells
aw right,” he said, with unwonted amiability, “yewer can stay where yew are—for wance.
The Moon Rock Arthur J. Rees
“aw right,” he said, blinking, and tossed upon the counter a package of Orduma cigarettes.
Gentle Julia Booth Tarkington
Apparently Punky did, for he muttered, “aw right,” and flecked the ash from his cigar.
Ann Arbor Tales Karl Edwin Harriman
- Aw shucks
characterized by a shy, embarrassed, often provincial manner. Contemporary Examples He is an ‘aw shucks’ guy, but in the meantime, he is ripping your balls out. George Pataki: Former Governor, Future President? Samuel P. Jacobs December 1, 2010 Favre began his aw shucks, Huck-Finn-in-shoulder-pads routine from the moment he stepped off the plane at La […]
- Arthur william tedder
Arthur William, 1st Baron, 1890–1967, British Royal Air Force marshal and educator, born in Scotland. noun a machine equipped with a series of small rotating forks for tedding hay a person who teds noun Arthur William, 1st Baron Tedder of Glenguin. 1890–1967, British marshal of the Royal Air Force; deputy commander under Eisenhower of the […]
August Wilhelm von [ou-goo st vil-helm fuh n] /ˈaʊ gʊst ˈvɪl hɛlm fən/ (Show IPA), 1818–92, German chemist. Hans, 1880–1966, U.S. painter, born in Germany. Josef (Casimir) [joh-zuh f kaz-uh-mir] /ˈdʒoʊ zəf ˈkæz ə mɪr/ (Show IPA), 1876–1957, U.S. pianist and composer, born in Poland. Contemporary Examples Hofmann was the inventor of LSD and turned […]
August Wilhelm von [ou-goo st vil-helm fuh n] /ˈaʊ gʊst ˈvɪl hɛlm fən/ (Show IPA), 1767–1845, German poet, critic, and translator. his brother, Friedrich von [free-drikh fuh n] /ˈfri drɪx fən/ (Show IPA), 1772–1829, German critic, philosopher, and poet. Contemporary Examples Schlegel and others also objected to the absence of any urologists or cancer specialists […]