A wife sending a short message to her husband:
It was just said on the news that they found a hideous corpse with a hollow head, a cigar among ugly rotten teeth and a bottle of liquor in his hand. I"m worried about you! Please, give me a ring...
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candle n. Firework discharging flaming coloured balls.
- catholic —adj. Of the part of the christian church acknowledging the pope as its head. —n. Member of this church. roman catholicism n. - empire n. Hist. That established by augustus in 27 bc and divided by theodosius in ad 395. - law n. Law-code of ancient rome, forming the basis of many modern codes. - nose n. Aquiline high-bridged nose. - numeral n. Any of the roman letters representing numbers: i = 1, v = 5, x = 10, l = 50, c = 100, d = 500, m = 1000. - —adj. - of ancient rome, its territory, people, etc. - of medieval or modern rome. - = *roman catholic. - (roman) (of type) plain and upright, used in ordinary print. - (of the alphabet etc.) Based on the ancient roman system with letters a–z. —n. - citizen or soldier of the ancient roman republic or empire. - citizen of modern rome. - = *roman catholic. - (roman) roman type. [latin] ROMEO
n. (pl. -s) passionate male lover or seducer. [name of a character in shakespeare]
n. (pl. -s) musical form with a recurring leading theme. [french *rondeau]
adj. (-ier, -iest) having much room, spacious. roominess n.
—n. Branch or perch for a bird, esp. To sleep. —v. Settle for rest or sleep. come home to roost (of a scheme etc.) Recoil unfavourably. [old english hrost]
—n. Resin, esp. In solid form. —v. (-n-) rub (esp. A violin bow etc.) With rosin. [alteration of *resin]
abbr. Royal society for the prevention of accidents.
n. - rotary part of a machine.
- rotary aerofoil on a helicopter, providing lift. [related to *rotate] ROUGE
—n. Red cosmetic for colouring the cheeks. —v. (-ging) 1 colour with or apply rouge.
- become red, blush. [latin rubeus red] ROUGH
diamond n. - uncut diamond.
- rough-mannered but honest person. - house n. Slang disturbance or row; boisterous play. - justice n. - treatment that is approximately fair. - unjust treatment. - —adj. - uneven or bumpy, not smooth, level, or polished. - shaggy or coarse-haired. - boisterous, coarse; violent, not mild, quiet, or gentle (rough fellow; rough play; rough sea). - (of wine etc.) Sharp or harsh in taste. - harsh, insensitive (rough words; rough treatment). - a unpleasant, severe, demanding (had a rough time). B unfortunate; undeserved (had rough luck). C (often foll. By on) hard or unfair (towards). - lacking finish etc. - incomplete, rudimentary, approximate (rough attempt; rough sketch; rough estimate). - (of stationery etc.) Used for rough notes etc. 10 colloq. Unwell; depressed (feeling rough). —adv. In a rough manner (play rough). —n. - (usu. Prec. By the) hardship (take the rough with the smooth). - rough ground, esp. On a golf-course (ball went into the rough). - violent person (bunch of roughs). - unfinished or natural state (written it in rough). —v. - (foll. By up) ruffle (feathers, hair, etc.), esp. By rubbing. - (foll. By out, in) shape, plan, or sketch roughly. rough it colloq. Do without basic comforts. Rough up slang attack violently. roughish adj. Roughness n. [old english]
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