A woman walked into the kitchen to find her husband stalking around with a fly swatter.
"What are you doing?" she asked.
"Hunting flies," he responded.
"Oh… Killed any?" she asked.
"Yep, three males, two females," he replied.
Intrigued, she asked, "How can you tell?"
He responded, "Three were on a beer can, two were on the phone."
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n. - being present.
- place where a person is (admitted to their presence). - person's appearance or bearing, esp. When imposing. - person or spirit that is present (the royal presence; aware of a presence in the room). [latin: related to *present1] - of mind n. Calmness and quick-wittedness in sudden difficulty etc. PRESERVE
—v. (-ving) 1 keep safe or free from decay etc.
- maintain (a thing) in its existing state. - retain (a quality or condition). - treat (food) to prevent decomposition or fermentation. - keep (game etc.) Undisturbed for private use. —n. (in sing. Or pl.) 1 preserved fruit; jam. - place where game etc. Is preserved. - sphere of activity regarded as a person's own. preservation n. [latin servo keep] PRESSING
—adj. - urgent.
- urging strongly (pressing invitation). —n. - thing made by pressing, e.g. A gramophone record. - series of these made at one time. - act of pressing (all at one pressing). pressingly adv. PRESSURE
group n. Group formed to influence public policy.
- point n. Point where an artery can be pressed against a bone to inhibit bleeding. - —n. - a exertion of continuous force on or against a body by another in contact with it. B force exerted. C amount of this (expressed by the force on a unit area) (atmospheric pressure). - urgency (work under pressure). - affliction or difficulty (under financial pressure). - constraining influence (put pressure on us). —v. (-ring) (often foll. By into) apply (esp. Moral) pressure to; coerce; persuade. [latin: related to *press1] PRESTIGE
n. - respect or reputation derived from achievements, power, associations, etc.
- (attrib.) Having or conferring prestige. prestigious adj. [latin praestigiae juggler's tricks] PRETENCE
n. (us pretense) 1 pretending, make-believe.
- a pretext, excuse. B false show of intentions or motives. - (foll. By to) claim, esp. A false one (to merit etc.). - display; ostentation. [anglo-latin: related to *pretend] PRETENSE
n. (brit. Pretence) 1 pretending, make-believe.
- a pretext, excuse. B false show of intentions or motives. - (foll. By to) claim, esp. A false one (to merit etc.). - display; ostentation. [anglo-latin: related to *pretend] PRETERIT
(brit. Preterite) gram. —adj. Expressing a past action or state. —n. Preterite tense or form. [latin praeteritum past]
v. (-ies, -ied) make pretty, esp. In an affected way.
—adj. - (often foll. By to) coming before in time or order.
- colloq. Hasty, premature. —adv. (foll. By to) before. previously adv. [latin praevius from via way]
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