Did you hear about the kid who was pulled over for speeding?
The cop got out of his car and the young man rolled down his window.
"I’ve been waiting for you all day," the cop said.
The guy replied, "Yeah, well I got here as fast as I could."
When the cop finally stopped laughing, he sent the kid on his way without a ticket.
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—v. (past and past part. -laid) lay something under (a thing) to support or raise it. —n. Thing so laid (esp. Under a carpet).
- past of *underlie. UNDERLIE
v. (-lying; past -lay; past part. -lain) 1 (also absol.) Lie under (a stratum etc.).
- (also absol.) (esp. As underlying adj.) Be the basis of (a doctrine, conduct, etc.). - exist beneath the superficial aspect of. UNDERPAY
v. (past and past part. -paid) pay too little to (a person) or for (a thing). underpayment n.
v. (-nn-) 1 support from below with masonry etc.
- support, strengthen. UNDERSEA
adj. Below the sea or its surface.
n. Current below the surface of the sea contrary to the surface current.
v. (-ting) (cause to) have a wavy motion or look. undulation n. [latin unda wave]
adj. Not earned.
- income n. Income from investments etc. Rather than from working. UNEDITED
adj. Not edited.
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Jellyfish have no brains, yet they can tell light from dark, and sence movement.