bête englanniksi   shit-for-brains fr, fishbait sv, beast fr, beet de, animal fr, monster fr, silly fr, foolish fr, stupid fr, dim fr, vapid fr, tusk sv, lure sv, dumb fr


: That shit-for-brains assistant of mine lost my files again.

*: Who are you crying about, the predatory [[prick]] or the shit-for-brains [[tramp]]? Because neither one deserves your tears.

: That new assistant of yours is a real shit-for-brains.

: Hes another one of those shit-for-brains.

*: Boxer was an enormous beast, nearly eighteen hands high, and as strong as any two ordinary horses put together.

*: Shouts had been heard: Were coming to kill you, beasts. In desperation, Rule 43s had tried to barricade their doors...

*: For many prisoners and in many prisons, antipathy towards nonces or beasts is little more than an idea...

*: Even unopposed, the natural obstacles are formidable, and defending his line of advance will be a beast of a problem."

*: Hed be in the hospital a few days — broken collarbone, a cast on his arm, a beast of a headache — but fine.

*: And, oh, poor Atlas / The worlds a beast of a burden / Youve been holding up a long time

*: There is another type from Siemens which is the HYB 39S64XXX(AT/ATL) -8B version (notice the "B" and the end) which is totally beast altogether.

*: Translation: a piece of crap, but the rest of the car was totally beast.

: The beet is a hardy species.

: They sell beets by the pound in the supermarket. All I want is the roots. Can I cut off the roots and buy them alone?

: ux|en|A cat is an animal, not a plant. Humans are also animals, under the scientific definition, as we are not plants.

: ux|en|My students are animals.

: ux|en|a political animal

: animal instincts

: animal passions

*: To explain what activated the flesh, ‘animal spirits’ were posited, superfine fluids which shuttled between the mind and the vitals, conveying messages and motion.

: The children decided Grover was a cuddly monster.

: Get away from those children, you meatheaded monster!

*: Deducting then these cases, we have a large proportion of imperfect foetuses, which belonged to twin conceptions, and in which, therefore, the circulation of the monster may have essentially depended on that of the sound child.

: Sit still, you little monster!

: Have you seen those powerlifters on TV? Theyre monsters.

: That dude playing guitar is a monster.

: He has a monster appetite.

: rfquotek|Alexander Pope

*: A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations feature four cases of women monstered by passion. Madame Defarge is ‘a tigress’, Mrs Joe a virago, Molly (Estella?s criminal mother) ‘a wild beast tamed’ and Miss Havisham a witch-like creature, a ghastly combination of waxwork and skeleton.

*: The community forgives: this is in deep contrast to offenders that emerge from prison and remain stigmatised and monstered, often unable to get work or housing.

*: Demonizing or monstering other groups has even become part of the cycle of American politics.

*: Animals in our world have been monstered by human action as much as the free beasts of the pre-lapsarian state were monstered by the primal crime.

*: In 2002, American interrogators on the ground in Afghanistan developed a technique they called “monstering.” The commander “instituted a new rule that a prisoner could be kept awake and in the booth for as long as an interrogator could last.” One “monstering” interrogator engaged in this for thirty hours.177

*: The interrogators asked members of the 377th Military Police Company to help them with monstering, and the MPs complied.

*: The sylyman lay and herde,
And [[his|hys]] [[wife|wyf]] [[answered|answerd]].

*: ... [[three|thrie]] [[Saturdays|Saturdayes]] [[before|befor]] [[Lammas|Lambas]] and [[three|thrie]] [[after|efter]] called the six silie [[Saturdays|Saturdayes]].

*: The fire raging upon the silly [[carcass|Carcase]].

*: Silly... in the same sense as [[English|E.]] [[poor]] is often used, denoting a state which excites compassion.

*: There is no [[beast|best]] in [[the|þe]] [[world|word]], I [[ween|wene]]...
That [[suffers|suffuris]] [[half]]e so [[much|myche]] tene
As [[doth]] [[the|þe]] sylly [[wat

*: In the silly [[lamb|lamb]][[s|is]] skin He [[creeped|crap]] [[as|als]] far as he [[might|micht]] win.

*: [[wherefore|Wherfore]] [[Christ]]e must [[so]]o [[much|moche]] the more [[instantly|instantelye]] be sought [[upon|vpon]], that he may vouchsafe to [[defend]]e [[us|vs]] sylly wretches.

*: There remained fresh Examples of their Barbarism against weak Sea-men, and silly Fisher-men.

*: [[a|Ane]] sillie [[shell|scheill]] [[under|vnder]] [[an]]e [[earthfast|erdfast]] [[stone|stane]]

*: ...A [[pedigree|pettigree]]
Of three[[score]] and two [[years|yeares]] a sillie time,
To make prescription for a kingdom[[s|es]] worth.

*: It is naturally very poor, ‘silly’ land.

*: Here we see that a [[small|smal]] sillie Bird [[knows|knoweth]] how to match with so great a Beast.

*: [Christ] [[leaves|leaueth]] neither Children nor [[kinsfolk]]e behind him to [[uphold|vphold]] his sillie [[kingdom]]e.

*: Thatll never grow. Its [[over|ower]] silly.

*: To [[do]]e the thing we can
To please...
This silly sickly man.

*: Is there [[any|ony]] thing you would particularly fancy, as your health seems but silly?

*: [[David|Dauid]] had no more but a sylie [[sling|slynge]], and a few stones.

*: The silly herdman all [[astonished|astonnied]] [[stands|standes]].

*: So [[lovers|luvaris]] lair no leid [[should|suld]] [[lack|lak]],
A lord to [[love|lufe]] a silly [[lass]].

*: From Hell (of which the silly people of the Country think the top of this hill to be the mouth).

*: [[we|Wee]] sillie [[souls|soules]], take the matter too too [[heavily|heauily]].

*: ‘Heaven help this silly fellow,’ murmured the perplexed locksmith.

*: Steve, dont be silly. I mean social [[intercourse]].

*: Framed? Framed? Oh, [[grow up]], Mattie. The truth is that everyone is sillier than you could possibly imagine theyd be. What a [[dickhead]].

*: Fow [[yellow|?ellow]] [[yellow|?ellow]] [[was|wes]] [[her|hir]] [[head|heid]] [[but|bot]] scho of lufe [[was|wes]] sillie.

*: Davies [[not|no]] just like other folk... but hes [[not|no]] [[so|sae]] silly as folk [[take|tak]] him for.

*: You say you were knocked silly—was that so?

*: Drinking myself silly...

*: Well, Judy, now that youve scared me silly, whats so important?

*: I can [[kick]] this stuff any time I like. I tell you what. Get this week over, well go to a health farm for ten days. No drugs. No drink. And [[shag]] ourselves silly. How about that?

*: This is the silliest [[stuff]]e, that [[ever|euer]] I heard.

*: Well sir, I have a silly walk and Id like to obtain a Government grant to help me develop it.

*: He cannot achieve celebrity by covering himself with diamonds... or by giving a silly price for a hack.

*: Carpenter now placed himself at silly-point for Grundy, who was playing very forward.

*: If you did but see how silly a Man fumbles for an Excuse, when hes a little [[ashamed|ashamd]] of being in Love.

*: Repent you Leachers your dissolute lives,
Your [[causeless|causeles]] [[divorcing|divorsing]] your true wedded wives,
Your crafty alluring the silly to [[sin]]ne.

*: The mindless and the silly are always open to being conned into believing that some new bit of technological wizardry is beneficial.

*: While they, poor sillies, bid good night,
O love [[and|an]] bogles eerie.

*: ‘Come on, silly,’ said Nannie.

: ux|en|Being foolish once in a while does not make one a foolish person.

*: As a political system democracy seems to me extraordinarily foolish, but I would not go out of my way to protest against it. My servant is, so far as I am concerned, welcome to as many votes as he can get. I would very gladly make mine over to him if I could.

: ux|en|Being foolish once in a while does not make one a foolish person.

*: It is a profitable thing, if one is wise, to seem foolish.

: Because its a big [[stupid]] jellyfish!

: Neurobiology bores me stupid.

*: No sigh to rise, no tear had powr to flow, Fixd in a stupid lethargy of woe.

*: Were it not for [fire], the whole woud be one great stupid inanimate mass.

: That dunk was stupid! His head was above the rim!

: I fell over the [[stupid]] wire.

: My gear is stupid fly.

*: ‘You stupid!’ screamed the girls, ‘weve got to guess the word.’

*: "What a stupid I am!" Harry exclaimed, as she watched the man ride away in the distance.

*: At least those stupids got their moneys worth out of this country before they burnt their lungs out.[[Category:1000 English basic words]]----

: The lighting was too dim for me to make out his facial features.

: He may be a bit dim, but hes not retarded.

: His vision grew dimmer as he aged.

*: that sustaining Love / Which, through the web of being blindly wove / By man and beast and earth and air and sea, / Burns bright or dim

: He dimmed the lights and put on soft music.

: The lights dimmed briefly when the air conditioning was turned on.

*: a king among his courtiers, who dims all his attendants

*: Now set the sun, and twilight dimmed the ways.

*: Her starry eyes were dimmed with streaming tears.

*: Then there was a little more trite conversation between Mr. Arabin and Mr. Harding; trite, and hard, and vapid, and senseless.

: Until the CITES sales ban, elephant tusks were the backbone of the legal ivory trade.

: rfquotek|Milton

*: My falcon now is sharp and passing empty, / And till she stoop she must not be full-gorged, / For then she never looks upon her lure.

: rfquotek|Knight

: ux|en|His younger brother was born dumb, and communicated with sign language.

*: to unloose the very tongues even of dumb creatures

: dumb show

*: This spirit, dumb to us, will speak to him.

*: to pierce into the dumb past

: You are so dumb! You dont even know how to make toast!

: This is dumb! Were driving in circles! We should have asked for directions an hour ago!

: Brendan had the dumb job of moving boxes from one conveyor belt to another.

*: Her stern was painted of a dumb white or dun color.

*: The paralysis of the Northern conscience, the dumbing of the Northern voice, were coming to an end.

*: I think shes dumbing us down, so we wont be smarter than her.

*: Bad-mouthing Neanderthals . . . is symptomatic of a need to exclude and even demonize. . . . I suggest that the unproven dumbing of the Neanderthals is an example of the same cultural preconception.

*: The ensuing storm caused the department to lower the bar—amid protests that this was dumbing the test down—so that only 80 percent of urban kids would fail.

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