adjective, Scot. 1. poor. 2. pure. adjective 1. a Scot word for poor
noun 1. (Scot) poverty
adjective 1. Law. younger; inferior in rank; junior, as in appointment. noun 2. an associate judge as distinguished from a chief justice. adjective 1. (esp of a subordinate judge) of lower rank
noun, Literary. 1. power, might, or force. noun 1. a competition in showjumping that tests a horse’s ability to jump a limited number of large obstacles 2. (archaic or poetic) power
- Pull a swifty
pull a swifty
[puh-tish-uh n] /pəˈtɪʃ ən/ noun 1. a formally drawn request, often bearing the names of a number of those making the request, that is addressed to a person or group of persons in authority or power, soliciting some favor, right, mercy, or other benefit: a petition for clemency; a petition for the repeal of an […]
noun 1. the act of transacting or the fact of being transacted. 2. an instance or process of transacting something. 3. something that is transacted, especially a business agreement. 4. Psychology. an interaction of an individual with one or more other persons, especially as influenced by their assumed relational roles of parent, child, or adult. […]
verb (used without object) 1. to sleep, especially lightly; doze; drowse. 2. to be in a state of inactivity, negligence, quiescence, or calm: Vesuvius is slumbering. verb (used with object) 3. to spend or pass (time) in slumbering (often followed by away, out, or through): to slumber the afternoon away. 4. to dispel or forget […]
[im-bree-uh m] /ˈɪm bri əm/ noun 1. (Sea of Showers) a dark plain in the second quadrant of the face of the moon: about 340,000 sq. mi. (880,000 sq. km).
- Crow pram
concurrent read, owner write PRAM.