a person who steals a car; also written carnaper
The carnapper hung out at the mall.
car + (kid)napper
noun a variety of short-grain rice used for risotto
Caernarvon. Also, Carnarvonshire [kahr-nahr-vuh n-sheer, -sher] /kɑrˈnɑr vənˌʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). Caernarvonshire. a seaport in W Gwynedd, in NW Wales, on Menai Strait: 13th-century castle of Edward II. Caernarvonshire. Historical Examples I believe Mrs. Carnarvon is going to invite you to dine here Thursday night. The Great God Success John Graham (David Graham Phillips) It […]
a historic county in Gwynedd, in NW Wales. Caernarvon. Also, Carnarvonshire [kahr-nahr-vuh n-sheer, -sher] /kɑrˈnɑr vənˌʃɪər, -ʃər/ (Show IPA). Caernarvonshire. Historical Examples I heard the following tale, I believe in carnarvonshire, but I have no notes of it, and write from memory. Welsh Folk-Lore Elias Owen He spent several years in carnarvonshire, and he had […]
(of teeth) adapted for shearing flesh. a carnassial tooth, especially the last upper premolar or the first lower molar tooth of certain carnivores. Historical Examples The carnassial tooth of the upper jaw has three lobes to the blade; that of the lower jaw is without an inner cusp. The Cambridge Natural History, Vol X., Mammalia […]