- Ahmed al-Rhazib.
- Three to five times a week.
- No, no… I mean male or female?
- Male, female, sometimes camel.
- Holy cow!
- Yes, cow, sheep, animals in general.
- But isn’t that hostile?
- Horse style, doggy style, any style!
- Oh dear!
- No, no! Deer run too fast.
v. (-zing) 1 (often foll. By on, upon) take hold of forcibly or suddenly.
- take possession of forcibly or by legal power.
- affect suddenly (panic seized us).
- (often foll. By on, upon) take advantage of (an opportunity etc.).
- (often foll. By on, upon) comprehend quickly or clearly.
- (also seise) (usu. Foll. By of) law put in possession of. seized (or seised) of 1 possessing legally.
- aware or informed of. Seize up 1 (of a mechanism) become jammed.
- (of part of the body etc.) Become stiff. [french saisir]
n. Reproductive fluid of males. [latin semen semin- seed]
n. - cassia.
- laxative from the dried pod of this. [arabic]
n. (pl. Senores) title used of or to a spanish-speaking man. [spanish from latin senior *senior]
—n. - a any of the five bodily faculties transmitting sensation. B sensitiveness of all or any of these (good sense of smell).
- ability to perceive or feel.
- (foll. By of) consciousness; awareness (sense of guilt).
- quick or accurate appreciation, understanding, or instinct (sense of humour).
- practical wisdom, common sense.
- a meaning of a word etc. B intelligibility or coherence.
- prevailing opinion (sense of the meeting).
- (in pl.) Sanity, ability to think. —v. (-sing) 1 perceive by a sense or senses.
- be vaguely aware of.
- (of a machine etc.) Detect. come to one's senses 1 regain consciousness.
- regain common sense. In a (or one) sense if the statement etc. Is understood in a particular way. Make sense be intelligible or practicable. Make sense of show or find the meaning of. Take leave of one's senses go mad. [latin sensus from sentio sens- feel]
n. Division or leaf of a calyx. [perhaps from *separate, *petal]
n. - dark reddish-brown colour or paint.
- brown tint used in photography. [greek, = cuttlefish]
n. Hist. Native indian soldier under european, esp. British, discipline. [persian sipahi soldier]
n. Durable twilled worsted etc. Fabric. [french sarge, serge]
n. Slight projection at the extremities of a printed letter (cf. *sanserif). [origin uncertain]