"We"re going to play elephants and circuses," - said a little boy at kindergarten, "Do you want to join in?"
"I"d love to," - replied the teacher. "What do you want me to do?"
"You can be the lady that feeds us peanuts!"
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adv. - by preference (would rather not go).
- (usu. Foll. By than) more truly; as a more likely alternative (is stupid rather than dishonest). - more precisely (a book, or rather, a pamphlet). - slightly, to some extent (became rather drunk). - (as an emphatic response) assuredly (did you like it? – rather!). had rather would rather. [old english comparative of rathe early] RATIFY
v. (-ies, -ied) confirm or accept (an agreement made in one's name) by formal consent, signature, etc. ratification n. [medieval latin: related to *rate1]
n. - placing in a rank or class.
- estimated standing of a person as regards credit etc. - non-commissioned sailor. - amount fixed as a local rate. - relative popularity of a broadcast programme as determined by the estimated size of the audience. RATION
—n. - official allowance of food, clothing, etc., in a time of shortage.
- (usu. In pl.) Fixed daily allowance of food, esp. In the armed forces. —v. - limit (persons or provisions) to a fixed ration. - (usu. Foll. By out) share out (food etc.) In fixed quantities. [latin: related to *ratio] RATTAN
n. - climbing palm with long thin jointed pliable stems, used for furniture etc.
- piece of rattan stem used as a walking-stick etc. [malay] RATTAT
n. (also rat-tat-tat, ratatat, rat-a-tat) rapping sound, esp. Of a knocker. [imitative]
—v. (-ling) 1 a give out a rapid succession of short sharp hard sounds. B cause to do this. C cause such sounds by shaking something.
- (often foll. By along) a move with a rattling noise. B move or travel briskly. - a (usu. Foll. By off) say or recite rapidly. B (usu. Foll. By on) talk in a lively thoughtless way. - colloq. Disconcert, alarm. —n. - rattling sound. - device or plaything made to rattle. rattly adj. [probably low german or dutch] RAVAGE
—v. (-ging) devastate, plunder. —n. - devastation.
- (usu. In pl.; foll. By of) destructive effect. [french alteration from ravine rush of water] RAVINE
n. Deep narrow gorge. [latin: related to *rapine]
—n. (usu. In pl.) Wild or delirious talk. —adj. & adv. Colloq. As an intensifier (a raving beauty; raving mad).
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When snakes are born with two heads, they fight each other for food.