Cape, a cape on the NE coast of Tunisia: surrender of the German African forces, May 12, 1943.
an annual festival of the Japanese Buddhists, welcoming ancestral spirits to household altars.
a shamanistic Tibetan sect, absorbed by the first Buddhist sects of the 7th century and later.
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Also called Feast of Lanterns, Festival of Lanterns. an annual festival celebrated by Japanese Buddhists
the pre-Buddhist priests of Tibet or one such priest
Cape Bon, a peninsula of NE Tunisia
a good friend. a sweetheart or lover. Historical Examples Johnny Ludlow. First Series Mrs. Henry Wood
(I wish you) a hearty appetite. adjective Word Origin Usage Note
whether willing or not; willy-nilly.
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