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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belt n. Area of open land round a city, designated for preservation.
- card n. International insurance document for motorists. - fingers n. Colloq. Skill in growing plants. - light n. - signal to proceed on a road, railway, etc. - colloq. Permission to proceed with a project. - paper n. Preliminary report of government proposals, for discussion. - pound n. Exchange rate for the pound for payments for agricultural produce in the ec. - revolution n. Greatly increased crop production in underdeveloped countries. - tea n. Tea made from steam-dried leaves. - —adj. - of the colour between blue and yellow in the spectrum; coloured like grass. - covered with leaves or grass. - (of fruit etc. Or wood) unripe or unseasoned. - not dried, smoked, or tanned. - inexperienced, gullible. - a (of the complexion) pale, sickly-hued. B jealous, envious. - young, flourishing. - not withered or worn out (a green old age). GREET
v. - address politely or welcomingly on meeting or arrival.
- receive or acknowledge in a specified way. - (of a sight, sound, etc.) Become apparent to or noticed by. [old english] - v. Scot. Weep. [old english] GRIEF
n. - intense sorrow.
- cause of this. come to grief meet with disaster. [french: related to *grieve] GRILL
—n. - a device on a cooker for radiating heat downwards. B = *gridiron.
- food cooked on a grill. - (in full grill room) restaurant specializing in grilled food. —v. - cook or be cooked under a grill or on a gridiron. - subject or be subjected to extreme heat. - subject to severe questioning. [french: related to *griddle] GRIME
—n. Soot or dirt ingrained in a surface. —v. (-ming) blacken with grime; befoul. griminess n. Grimy adj. (-ier, -iest). [low german or dutch]
—v. (past and past part. Ground) 1 reduce to small particles or powder by crushing.
- a sharpen or smooth by friction. B rub or rub together gratingly. - (often foll. By down) oppress; harass with exactions. - a (often foll. By away) work or study hard. B (foll. By out) produce with effort. —n. - act or instance of grinding. - colloq. Hard dull work (the daily grind). - size of ground particles. grind to a halt stop laboriously. GRIPE
water n. Propr. Preparation to relieve colic in infants.
- —v. (-ping) 1 colloq. Complain. - affect with gastric pain. —n. - (usu. In pl.) Colic. - colloq. Complaint. - grip, clutch. [old english] GRIST
n. Corn to grind. grist to the (or a person's) mill source of profit or advantage. [old english: related to *grind]
n.pl. - coarsely ground grain, esp. Oatmeal.
- oats that have been husked but not ground. [old english] GROAN
—v. - a make a deep sound expressing pain, grief, or disapproval. B utter with groans.
- (usu. Foll. By under, beneath, with) be loaded or oppressed. —n. Sound made in groaning. [old english]
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Swans and Ducks are the only birds with penises.