to celebrate in verse.
This is thy humour to berhyme us still;Never so slightly pleased, but out they fly.
The Works of John Marston John Marston
adorned with ribbons. Historical Examples I descended the steps, the dainty, beribboned slipper still in my hand, got into my carriage and started back to the city. 54-40 or Fight Emerson Hough They are elaborately clipped and powdered and beribboned by special “coiffeurs.” Behind the Beyond Stephen Leacock It was too early for the throng […]
berhyme. to celebrate in verse.
- Be rid of
to clear, disencumber, or free of something objectionable (usually followed by of): I want to rid the house of mice. In my opinion, you’d be wise to rid yourself of the smoking habit. to relieve or disembarrass (usually followed by of): to rid the mind of doubt. Archaic. to deliver or rescue: to rid them […]
Vitus [vee-too s] /ˈvi tʊs/ (Show IPA), 1680–1741, Danish navigator: explorer of the N Pacific. Contemporary Examples The limit on total groundfish removals from the eastern Bering Sea keeps it productive. The Big Idea: Saving the World’s Most Important Fish Kevin M. Bailey August 8, 2013 In the long term it would be unwise and […]