February 29th: the extra day added to the Julian calendar every fourth year (except those evenly divisible by 400) to compensate for the approximately six hours a year by which the common year of 365 days falls short of the solar year.
a coarse woolen cloth constructed in plain weave and dyed black or brown, used in the manufacture of clerical vestments.
verb (archaic or dialect) a form of the second person singular of be1 Historical Examples Chambers’s Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 1 of 4: A-D) Various The Hunters of the Ozark Edward S. Ellis Frank Merriwell’s Bravery Burt L. Standish The Long Dim Trail Forrestine C. Hooker Frank Merriwell’s Pursuit Burt L. Standish My Fire Opal, […]
(of an electric or electronic circuit) having two stable states. adjective having two stable states: bistable circuit noun (computing) another name for flip-flop (sense 2)
of, relating to, or involving two states, especially of the U.S.: a bistate water commission. of, relating to, or involving the area where two states adjoin: Three million people work in the bistate area.