Sherlock Holmes and his friend Watson were on a camping and hiking trip.
They had gone to bed and were lying there looking up at the sky. Holmes said, "Watson, look up. What do you see?"
"Well, I see thousands of stars."
"And what does that mean to you?"
"Well, I guess it means we will have another nice day tomorrow. What does it mean to you, Holmes?"
"To me, it means someone has stolen our tent."
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v. - make or become semi-solid by cooling.
- (of blood etc.) Coagulate. congelation n. [french from latin gelo freeze] CONGEST
v. (esp. As congested adj.) Affect with congestion. [latin congero -gest- heap together]
n. Tree usu. Bearing cones. coniferous adj. [latin: related to *cone]
v. Formal join, combine.
v. (-ring) 1 perform tricks which are seemingly magical, esp. By movements of the hands.
- summon (a spirit or demon) to appear. - formal appeal solemnly to. conjure up 1 produce as if by magic. - evoke. [latin juro swear] CONNECT
v. - (often foll. By to, with) join (two things, or one thing with another).
- be joined or joinable. - (often foll. By with) associate mentally or practically. - (foll. By with) (of a train etc.) Be timed to arrive with another, so passengers can transfer. - put into communication by telephone. - a (usu. In passive; foll. By with) associate with others in relationships etc. B be meaningful or relevant. - colloq. Hit or strike effectively. [latin necto nex- bind] CONNING
tower n. - superstructure of a submarine containing the periscope.
- armoured wheel-house of a warship. [from *con4] CONNIVE
v. (-ving) 1 (foll. By at) disregard or tacitly consent to (a wrongdoing).
- (usu. Foll. By with) conspire. connivance n. [latin conniveo shut the eyes] CONNOTE
v. (-ting) 1 (of a word etc.) Imply in addition to the literal or primary meaning.
- mean, signify. connotation n. Connotative adj. [medieval latin: related to *note]
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