It was World War II, and the captain was attempting to rally the GIs on the eve of a big offensive.
"Out there," said the captain, "is your enemy. The man who has made your life miserable, who is working to destroy you; the man who has been trying to kill you day after day throughout this war."
Private Johnson jumped to his feet. "My God! The cook’s working for the Germans!"
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n. (pl. Same) chief monetary unit of japan. [japanese from chinese]
- colloq. —n. Longing or yearning. —v. (-nn-) feel a longing. [chinese] YEP
adv. & n. (also yup) us colloq. = *yes.
—adv. - indicating that the answer to the question is affirmative, the statement etc. Made is correct, the request or command will be complied with, or the person summoned or addressed is present.
- (yes?) A indeed? Is that so? B what do you want? —n. - utterance of the word yes. - affirmation or assent. - ‘yes’ vote. say yes grant a request, confirm a statement. [old english, = yea let it be] YET
—adv. - as late as, or until, now or then (there is yet time; your best work yet).
- (with neg. Or interrog.) So soon as, or by, now or then (it is not time yet; have you finished yet?). - again; in addition (more and yet more). - in the remaining time available (i will do it yet). - (foll. By compar.) Even (a yet more difficult task). - nevertheless; and or but in spite of that. —conj. But at the same time; but nevertheless. [old english] YEW
n. - dark-leaved evergreen tree bearing berry-like cones.
- its wood. [old english] YHA
abbr. Youth hostels association.
n. Slang offens. Jew. [back-formation from *yiddish]
n. (in chinese philosophy) the passive female principle of the universe (cf. *yang).
n. Slang lout, hooligan. yobbish adj. [back slang for *boy]
kippur n. Most solemn religious fast day of the jewish year, day of atonement. [hebrew]
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A hummingbird weighs less than a penny.