A woman entered a fruit store and said to the clerk, "I want to purchase some fruit for my sick husband."
"We have some very nice sweet cherries on sale for a dollar a box," said the clerk.
She looked them over and decided to take a box. Handing them to the clerk she added, "Have they been sprayed with poison?"
Replied the clerk, "No ma’am. You will have to purchase that at the drug store."
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n. - experience and knowledge together with the power of applying them.
- prudence; common sense. - wise sayings. [old english: related to *wise1] - tooth n. Hindmost molar usu. Cut at about 20 years of age. WISENT
n. European bison. [german: cf. *bison]
v. - (often foll. By up) make or become dry and shrivelled.
- (often foll. By away) deprive of or lose vigour or freshness. - (esp. As withering adj.) Blight with scorn etc. witheringly adv. [apparently var. Of *weather] WITHIN
—adv. - inside.
- indoors. - in spirit (pure within). —prep. - inside. - a not beyond or out of. B not transgressing or exceeding. - not further off than (within three miles; within ten days). within one's grasp close enough to be obtained. WITTER
v. (often foll. By on) colloq. Chatter annoyingly or on trivial matters. [origin unknown]
—n. - sorcerer; magician.
- person of remarkable powers, genius. —adj. Slang wonderful. wizardry n. [from *wise1] WOBBLE
—v. (-ling) 1 sway from side to side.
- stand or go unsteadily; stagger. - waver, vacillate. —n. State or instance of wobbling. [cf. Low german wabbeln] WOBBLY
adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 tending to wobble.
- wavy (wobbly line). - weak after illness. - wavering, insecure (the economy was wobbly). throw a wobbly slang have a tantrum or fit of nerves. WOEFUL
adj. - sorrowful.
- causing or feeling affliction. - very bad. woefully adv. WOGGLE
n. Leather etc. Ring through which the ends of a scout's neckerchief are passed at the neck. [origin unknown]
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