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Contemporary Examples

It surprises exactly no one in Hollywood that as a child, ari was diagnosed as hyperactive and dyslexic.
Hollywood’s New Don Kim Masters June 7, 2009

“This is not the right race at the right time,” says Bush White House press secretary ari Fleischer.
Lean In, Liz Cheney, but Please Don’t Win That Senate Seat Michelle Cottle July 17, 2013

“ariel Hsing’s match was the highlight of the Olympics for me,” NBC table-tennis commentator ari Wolfe told me.
Ping-Pong: America’s Most Overlooked Sport? Matt Simon August 11, 2012

Facing slow pitches from Ha’aretz’s ari Shavit before his arrival, Romney avoided explicit jabs at Obama.
Mitt, Are You Sure This Trip Was a Good Idea? Gershom Gorenberg July 26, 2012

ari joins the boys, much to the chagrin of his devoted assistant, Lloyd (Rex Lee) and wife, Mrs. ari (Perrey Reeves).
The Best ‘Entourage’ Cameos Marlow Stern July 23, 2011

Historical Examples

If Thucydides is justly accounted the first political historian, ari may be fitly styled the first of scientific historians.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 14, Slice 2 Various

But this is not quite the only reference that ari makes to Vinland.
The Discovery of America Vol. 1 (of 2) John Fiske.

When the verb ari,u is suffixed to the perfect it is not as elegant a way of speaking as when gozari,u is used.
Diego Collado’s Grammar of the Japanese Language Diego Collado

The other tenses are conjugated, as is ari,u, in the second conjugation.
Diego Collado’s Grammar of the Japanese Language Diego Collado

The particles saxemaxi and xemaxi give the same degree of honor as ari,u and rare or re.
Diego Collado’s Grammar of the Japanese Language Diego Collado


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  • Aria

    an or melody. an elaborate melody sung solo with accompaniment, as in an opera or oratorio. a nymph, the mother of Miletus, by Apollo. a suffix occurring in scientific terms of Latin origin, especially in names of biological genera and groups: filaria. Contemporary Examples Before this performance, the aria had never been performed on television. […]

  • Aria da capo

    an operatic aria in three sections with the first and third sections alike and the middle section contrasting. Historical Examples The aria da capo has disappeared entirely from the modern Italian opera. How Music Developed W. J. Henderson

  • Ariadne

    Classical Mythology. a daughter of Minos and Pasiphaë who gave Theseus the thread by which he escaped from the labyrinth: deserted by Theseus on Naxos, she became the bride of Dionysus. a female given name. Contemporary Examples The two even appeared onstage as party guests in Ariadne auf Naxos. 11 Wacky Supreme Court Facts: Frozen-Yogurt […]

  • Arian

    of or relating to Arius or . an adherent of . . a suffix forming personal nouns corresponding to Latin adjectives ending in -ārius or English adjectives or nouns ending in -ary, (librarian; proletarian; Rotarian; seminarian; sexagenarian; veterinarian); subsequently productive in English with other Latinate stems, forming nouns denoting a person who supports, advocates, or […]

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