Jack was living in Arizona during a heat wave when the following took place.
"It"s just too hot to wear clothes today," complained Jack as he stepped out of the shower. "Honey, what do you think the neighbors would think if I mowed the lawn like this?"
"Probably that I married you for your money."
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adj. - producing many offspring or much output.
- (often foll. By of) abundantly productive. - (often foll. By in) abounding, copious. prolifically adv. [medieval latin: related to *proliferate] PROLOGUE
n. - preliminary speech, poem, etc., esp. Of a play.
- (usu. Foll. By to) introductory event. [greek logos word] PROMISED
land n. (prec. By the) 1 bibl. Canaan (gen. 12:7 etc.).
- any desired place, esp. Heaven. PROMOTER
n. - person who promotes, esp. A sporting event, theatrical production, etc.
- (in full company promoter) person who promotes the formation of a joint-stock company. [medieval latin: related to *promote] PROMPTER
n. Person who prompts actors.
adv. - fittingly, suitably (do it properly).
- accurately, correctly (properly speaking). - rightly. - with decency; respectably (behave properly). - colloq. Thoroughly (properly puzzled). PROPERTY
n. (pl. -ies) 1 thing(s) owned; possession, esp. A house, land, etc. (has money in property).
- attribute, quality, or characteristic (property of dissolving grease). - movable object used on a theatre stage or in a film. [latin proprietas: related to *proper] PROPHECY
n. (pl. -ies) 1 a prophetic utterance, esp. Biblical. B prediction of future events.
- faculty, practice, etc. Of prophesying (gift of prophecy). [greek: related to *prophet] PROPHESY
v. (-ies, -ied) 1 (usu. Foll. By that, who, etc.) Foretell (an event etc.).
- speak as a prophet; foretell the future. [french profecier: related to *prophecy] PROPOSAL
n. - a act of proposing something. B course of action etc. Proposed.
- offer of marriage.
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If baby geese are hatched in the absence of their mother, they will follow the first moving object that they see.