a closely related and sometimes less frequent form, as spelt for spelled; variant.
a subsidiary or variant form
a figure of St. George killing the dragon, especially one forming part of the insignia of the Order of the Garter. British Slang. any coin bearing the image of St. George. a word formerly used in communications to represent the letter G. British Slang. an automatic pilot on an airplane. by George!, Chiefly British Informal. […]
past; gone by; earlier; former: The faded photograph brought memories of bygone days. Usually, bygones. that which is past: Let’s not talk of bygones. let bygones be bygones, to decide to forget past disagreements; become reconciled: Let’s let bygones be bygones and be friends again. Contemporary Examples What to Eat: Spring Comfort Foods Cookstr.com April […]
by guess and by god
to arrive at or commit oneself to an opinion about (something) without having sufficient evidence to support the opinion fully: to guess a person’s weight. to estimate or conjecture about correctly: to guess what a word means. to think, believe, or suppose: I guess I can get there in time. to form an estimate or […]