|pelle englanniksi||scoop fr, spade fr, antic fi, shovel fr, wanton fi, fluke fr, clown fi, coxcomb fi, French kiss fr|
: She kept a scoop in the dog food.
: Use one scoop of coffee for each pot.
: Ill have one scoop of chocolate ice-cream.
: He listened carefully, in hopes of getting the [[scoop]] on the debate.
*: Some had lain in the scoop of the rock.
: He used both hands to scoop water and splash it on his face.
: The paper across town scooped them on the City Hall scandal.
: He was caught scooping in the local park.
*: Make your mind easy, Ratsey said; I have dug too often in this graveyard for any to wonder if they see me with a spade.
: Ive got only one spade in my hand.
*: And fraught with antics as the Indian bird / That writhes and chatters in her wiry cage.
*: I saw the barren horror of your peoples leisure with the million entertained by the antics of a tiny few...
*: Pintsize: Wait, don’t you want to know why I’m tied up and hanging from the ceiling? / Faye: Not really. Nighty night! / Pintsize: Shit! My wacky antics have jumped the shark!
*: Gentle lords, lets part; / You see we have burnt our cheeks: strong Enobarb / Is weaker than the wine; and mine own tongue / Splits what it speaks: the wild disguise hath almost / Antickd us all.
*: She unfastened her dress, her arms arched thin and high, her shadow anticking her movements.
: The workers were shovelling gravel and tarmac into the pothole in the road.
: After the blizzard, we shoveled the driveway for the next two days.
: I dont mind shoveling, but using a pickaxe hurts my back terribly.
*: As Flies to wanton Boyes are we to th Gods, / They kill us for their sport.
*: if wenches will hang out lures for fellows, it is no matter what they suffer: I detest such creatures; and it would be much better for them that their faces had been seamed with the smallpox: but I must confess I never saw any of this wanton behaviour in poor Jenny [...].
*: I know I ought never to have dreamt of sending that valentine—forgive me, sir—it was a wanton thing which no woman with any self-respect should have done.
*: People should not marry too young, because, if they do, the children will be weak and female, the wives will become wanton, and the husbands stunted in their growth.
*: The grave simplicity of the philosopher was ill calculated to engage her wanton levity, of to fix that unbounded passion for variety, which often discovered personal merit in the meanest of mankind.
*: the market price will rise more or less above the natural price, according as either the greatness of the deficiency, or the wealth and wanton luxury of the competitors, happen to animate more or less the eagerness of the competition.
*: Edward himself, now thoroughly enlightened on her character, had no scruple in believing her capable of the utmost meanness of wanton ill-nature.
*: these developments in Gaza are a consequence of the state of siege that the tiny territory has been under – a society that has been fenced-in, starved, and seen its very fabric torn apart by unemployment and wanton military destruction.
*: But do not think it argues change of temper since I wrote the Frère review, or a wanton praise of one man and blame of another.
*: I would have thee gone — / And yet no farther than a wantons bird, / That lets it hop a little from her hand, / Like a poor prisoner in his twisted gyves, / And with a silken thread plucks it back again...
*: I am afeard you make a wanton of me.
*: Peace, my wantons; he will do / More than you can aim unto.
*: Nature here wantoned as in her prime.
*: How merrily we would sally into the fields, and strip under the first warmth of the sun, and wanton like young dace in the streams!
: The young man wantoned away his inheritance.
: The first goal was just a fluke.
: I fluked a pass in the multiple-choice exam.
: He fluked the other red into the middle pocket, despite the double kiss.
: The man had become infected with flukes after eating a meal of raw fish.
: The dolphin had an open wound on the left fluke of its tail where the propeller had injured it.
: The fluke of the anchor was wedged between two outcroppings of rock and could not be dislodged.
: The polearm had a wide, sharpened fluke attached to the central point.
: After casting the bronze statue, we filed down the flukes and spurs from the molding process.
: rfquotek|Sir Philip Sidney
*: The clown, the child of nature, without guile.
*: ...for though I am afraid the doctor was a little of a coxcomb, he might be nevertheless very much of a surgeon.
*: And she nearly started a fight between two young fops in plumed hats and flouncy collars: "Clay-brained coxcomb!" "Mewling milk-livered maggot!"