from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Agile; lively.
- adj. Nautical Responding easily; maneuverable. Used of a vessel.
- adj. Archaic Ready; prepared.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Ready; prepared.
- adj. Ready, alert, prepared, prompt.
- adj. Eager, keen, lively, handy; agile, nimble.
- adj. Easily manageable and answering readily to the helm; yar.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Ready; dexterous; eager; lively; quick to move.
- adv. Soon.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ready; prepared.
- Prompt; active; brisk; sprightly.
- Easily wrought; answering quickly to the helm; manageable; swift: said of a ship.
- Briskly; dexterously; yarely.
- See yar.
A little background study into the word "fear," the Hebrew word yare, will reveal that it means, "to be afraid" [and] "to stand in awe" (
However, there is another aspect of this word yare as in "to be afraid" of.
The yare also looking for tools and strategies that might improve their own digital surveillance.
Hit them first you already know the yare going to opose it.
Borumoter first took his gage at lil lolly lavvander waader since when capriole legs covets limbs of a crane and was it the twylyd or the mounth of the yare or the feint of her smell made the seo-men assalt of her (in imageascene all: whimwhim whimwhim).
We had our first full day of patients yesterday and I'm happy to report that my ship is yare.
NAMA ashi miwaku no MAAMEIDO dasu toko dashite tawawa ni nattara houmono no koi wa yare soukai
I do desire to learn, sir: and I hope, if you have occasion to use me for your own turn, you shall find me yare; for truly, sir, for your kindness I owe you
The yare wrong, just like people who think that believing in God means that you have to hate liberals.
The vessels were yare and scrubbed, and the flagship was draped with garlands of flowers, ropes as thick as a man's wrist that looped around the rails and over the figurehead on the prow.