from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A dwelling.
- v. To live, reside, stay.
- n. A house, home, habitation.
- n. custom, habit, practise
- n. use, usage
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To dwell; to abide.
- n. Dwelling; habitation; abode.
- n. Custom; habit; wont; use; usage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See won.
The challenge flag is thrown immediately by Payton on the Saints sideline, however, and I think he's going to win this wone because it looked a lot like Sproles's knee was down before the ball came out.
The only posssible way to cope with this is that it too two weeks to lose 2kg, so in 18 weeks if I keep at it, I shall wone again be able to fit in to that spesh little black dress.
It was asked on CNN this morning of wone of their guests, who was talking about the regulatory requirements these companies consistently shirk, whether those requirements are "cost prohibitive."
CNN. add that to the total number of states barrack has wone. it might hury you to do it, but you have to. judyb
Obama didn't make the rules, and so far he is the only wone following them.
The reality is that Senator Obama has wone the Democratic Presidential primary.
Now she wants us to believe too that she wone the popular vote. proud army and navy mom
Yes, Gore could have wone in 2000 if "we" had paid more attention.
Those who remember will recall not only was RFK killed, but Geoerge Wallace ran as a segregationist -- he could have wone WV and Ky!!. 1968 is remembered for that cop riot and for the worst kind of Republican-style slandering of the anti-Vietnam war movement.
Keeeep walking, but shoo wone knock down our wall.