from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A notched piece of wood in a whale-boat, upon which to rest the harpoons.
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- noun Scotland Alternative form of
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The Pa-taw-o-meck Cafe, built in 1890, sported an ornate collection of balconies, balustrades and towers and was five stories high in parts.
But I guess that he cant do that; after all we all know that his infidelity created a doorway for Hilary's political ambitions and his guilt only makes him her ardent supporter. meck
Be very grateful that either Obama or McCain will be our next president. meck
Callumore41; slang turns it into meck and later le meg, that is to say, God.
She (at least, I think it's a she) finally sends her remote meck Trilobite to search for signs of life.
All in my thicville Escuterre ofen was thorough fear but in the meck-ling of my burgh Belvaros was the site forbed: tuberclerosies I reized spudfully from the murphyplantz Hawkinsonia and berri-berries from the pletoras of the Irish shou.
Patriarch: "You ax your mammy what meck she so black."
Hebe: "An 'she tell me to ax you what meck it so blue."
He wundered on; he stop by de bridge whar de water wuz tricklin 'down below -- he see de picture uv hi'sel' in de water, en 'hit meck de cole chills run up hi' back.
He could smell de ham and hominy fryin 'in de skillet at de houses whar he pass, en' hit meck hi 'mouf water lack a hoss wid de slobbers.