|Lauge englanniksi||lye de, steep de|
*: But when his foe lyes prostrate on the plain,
He sheaths his paws, uncurls his angry mane;
And, pleasd with bloudless honours of the day,
Walks over, and disdains th inglorious Prey.
: a steep hill or mountain; a steep roof; a steep ascent; a steep barometric gradient
: Twenty quid for a shave? Thats a bit steep.
: The steep rake of the windshield enhances the fast lines of the exterior. [http://www.utsandiego.com/uniontrib/20070303/news_lz1dd3maynard.html]
: They steep skins in a tanning solution to create leather.
: The tea is steeping.
*: In refreshing dew to steep / The little, trembling flowers.
*: The learned of the nation were steeped in Latin.
: a town steeped in history
: Corn steep has many industrial uses.