A parting salutation •Later expanded with ”if you can’t be good, be careful, and if you can’t be careful, don’t name it after me” (1908+)
a shout of encouragement, approval, congratulation, etc.: The cheers of the fans filled the stadium. a set or traditional form of shout used by spectators to encourage or show enthusiasm for an athletic team, contestant, etc., as rah! rah! rah! something that gives joy or gladness; encouragement; comfort: words of cheer. a state of feeling […]
to make grimy. verb (transitive) to make dirty; soil v. 1530s, from be- + grime (n.). Related: Begrimed.
to envy or resent the pleasure or good fortune of (someone): She begrudged her friend the award. to be reluctant to give, grant, or allow: She did not begrudge the money spent on her children’s education. Contemporary Examples Abortion-rights advocates by no means seek to detract from LGBT movement or begrudge it victories. Why Does […]
to influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude. to take away from by cheating or deceiving (usually followed by of): to be beguiled of money. to charm or divert: a multitude of attractions to beguile the tourist. to pass (time) pleasantly: beguiling the long afternoon with a good book. Contemporary Examples Watermelon, Feta and Black […]