|perä englanniksi||rump fi, bottom fi, stern fi, butt fi, behind fi, hinder fi, back fi, rear fi, corner fi, tail fi, crown fi|
*: barrels with the bottom knocked out
*: No two chairs were alike; such high backs and low backs and leather bottoms and worsted bottoms.
: lack bottom
: Where shall we go for a walk? How about Ashcombe Bottom?
*: the bottoms and the high grounds
*: We sail in leaky bottoms and on great and perilous waters; [...]
*: My ventures are not in one bottom trusted.
*: Not to sell the teas, but to return them to London in the same bottoms in which they were shipped.
*: Silkworms finish their bottoms in ... fifteen days.
: a horse of a good bottom
*: The Dow Jones Industrial Average bottomed on September 24, 2001. The CRB Index bottomed on October 24.
*: Action is supposed to be bottomed upon principle.
*: those false and deceiving grounds upon which many bottom their eternal state
*: Moreover, the Supreme Court has held that the President must obey outstanding executive orders, even when bottomed on the Constitution, until they are revoked.
*: Find on what foundation any proposition bottoms.
*: As you unwind her love from him, / Lest it should ravel and be good to none, / You must provide to bottom it on me.
: to bottom a chair
: Those files should go on the bottom shelf.
*: stern as tutors, and as uncles hard
*: these barren rocks, your stern inheritance
: Get up off your butt and get to work.
: I can see your butt.
: When the woman in the dress was sitting with her legs up, I could see up her butt.
: Get your butt to the car.
: We cant chat today. I have to get my butt to work before Im late.
*: Here is my journeys end, here is my butt / And very sea-mark of my utmost sail.
*: To which is fixed, as an aim or butt...
*: The inhabitants of all cities and towns were ordered to make butts, and to keep them in repair, under a penalty of twenty shillings per month, and to exercise themselves in shooting at them on holidays.
*: The groom his fellow groom at butts defies, / And bends his bow, and levels with his eyes.
*: The hay was growing upon headlands and butts in cornfields.
: Hes usually the butt of their jokes.
*: I played a sentence or two at my butt, which I thought very smart.
: Be careful in the pen, that ram can knock you down with a butt.
: The handcuffed suspect gave the officer a desperate butt in the chest.
*: To prove who gave the fairer butt, / John shows the chalk on Roberts coat.
*: Again, by 28 Hen. VIII, cap. 14, it is re-enacted that the tun of wine should contain 252 gallons, a butt of Malmsey 126 gallons, a pipe 126 gallons, a tercian or puncheon 84 gallons, a hogshead 63 gallons, a tierce 41 gallons, a barrel 31.5 gallons, a rundlet 18.5 gallons. –
*: ...I escapd upon a butt of sack which the sailors heavd oerboard...
*: Two harmless lambs are butting one the other.
*: And Barnsdale there doth butt on Dons well-watered ground.
: The car is behind the wall.
*: But then I had the [massive] flintlock by me for protection. ¶...The linen-press and a chest on the top of it formed, however, a very good gun-carriage; and, thus mounted, aim could be taken out of the windownb..., and a bead could be drawn upon Molly, the dairymaid, kissing the fogger behind the hedge, little dreaming that the deadly tube was levelled at them.
*: About the center, and a good way behind the rest, Silver and I followed - I tethered by my ropenb....
: ux|en|The republicans are fully behind their candidate.
: ux|en|Im ranked sixth in the French class, behind five other pupils.
*: I was not a whit behind the very chiefest apostles.
*: I shall not lag behind.
: to look behind
: My employer is two paychecks behind on paying my salary.
: Im two weeks behind in my schedule.
: My watch is four minutes behind.
: He left behind a legacy of death and sorrow.
: He stayed behind after the war.
*: Yea, all which it inherit, shall dissolve, / And, like this insubstantial pageant faded, / Leave not a rack behind.
*: forgetting those things which are behind
*: ‘After the performance was over I went behind, and spoke to her.’
*: We cannot be sure that there is no evidence behind.
*: A roar from ten thousand throats go up,
For weve kicked another behind.
: A drought hinders the growth of plants.
*: Since God ?o graciou?ly hath brought to light
This dangerous Trea?on, lurking in our way,
To hinder our beginnings.
*: Then let me goe, and hinder not my cour?e
*: What hinders younger brothers, being fathers of families, from having the same right?
: the hinder end of a wagon
: the hinder parts of a horse
*: On a line dividing the front two-thirds from the hinder one-third, and set in the shape of a V, is a row of seven to twelve large flat-topped circumvallate papillae, ...
*: Like martial arts, in-line skating is predicated on the notion that sooner or later youre going to end up on your hinder.
: ux|en|Go in the back door of the house.
: ux|en|I’d like to find a back issue of that magazine.
: ux|en|They took a back road.
: back rent
: back action
: ux|en|"U" in "rude" is a back vowel.
: ux|en|He gave back the money. He needs his money back. He was on vacation, but now he’s back. The office fell into chaos when you left, but now order is back.
: ux|en|Sit all the way back in your chair.
: ux|en|Step back from the curb.
: ux|en|Fear held him back.
: ux|en|If you hurt me, Ill hurt you back.
: ux|en|Could you please scratch my back?
*: It was not far from the house; but the ground sank into a depression there, and the ridge of it behind shut out everything except just the roof of the tallest hayrick. As one sat on the sward behind the elm, with the back turned on the rick and nothing in front but the tall elms and the oaks in the other hedge, it was quite easy to fancy it the verge of the prairie with the backwoods close by.
: ux|en|I hurt my back lifting those crates.
: ux|en|I still need to finish the back of your dress.
: ux|en|Can you fix the back of this chair?
: ux|en|He sat in the back of the room.
: ux|en|Turn the book over and look at the back.
: ux|en|The titles are printed on the backs of the books.
: ux|en|Tap it with the back of your knife.
: ux|en|I hung the clothes on the back of the door.
: ux|en|Well meet out in the back of the library.
: ux|en|The car was near the back of the train.
: ux|en|The backs were lined up in an I formation.
: ux|en|The small boat raced over the backs of the waves.
*: This project / Should have a back or second, that might hold, / If this should blast in proof.
: ux|en|The ships back broke in the pounding surf.
: ux|en|Put some back into it!
: ux|en|Could I get a martini with a water back?
*: ...as delivered by a tanner the average weight of a back and two strips would be about 42 poundsnb....
: ux|en|the train backed into the station; the horse refuses to back
: ux|en|I back you all the way; which horse are you backing in this race?
: to back oxen
: ux|en|The mugger backed her into a corner and demanded her wallet.
*: I will back him [a horse] straight.
*: Great Jupiter, upon his eagle backed, / Appeared to me.
: to back books
*: a garden...with a vineyard backed
*: the chalk cliffs which back the beach
*: So this was my future home, I thought!...Backed by towering hills, the but faintly discernible purple line of the French boundary off to the southwest, a sky of palest Gobelin flecked with fat, fleecy little clouds, it in truth looked a dear little city; the city of ones dreams.
: to back a letter; to back a note or legal document
: to back the oars
*: He wants a father to protect his youth, and rear him up to virtue.
: Poverty reared its ugly head. gloss|appeared, started, began to have an effect
: The monster slowly reared its head.
*: In adoration at his feet I fell Submiss; he reared me.
*: Mine [shall be] the first hand to rear her banner.
: to rear defenses or houses
: to rear one government on the ruins of another.
*: One reared a font of stone.
*: It reareth our hearts from vain thoughts.
*: And having her from Trompart lightly reared, Upon his set the lovely load.
*: And seeks the tusky boar to [[rear]].
: Rere that goose!
*: Then why does Cuddy leave his cot so rear!
*: Nipped with the lagging rear of winters frost.
*: When the fierce foe hung on our broken rear.
: ux|en|The corners of the wire mesh were reinforced with little blobs of solder.
: ux|en|The chimney corner was full of cobwebs.
*: They burned the old gun that used to stand in the dark corner up in the garret, close to the stuffed fox that always grinned so fiercely. Perhaps the reason why he seemed in such a ghastly rage was that he did not come by his death fairly. Otherwise his pelt would not have been so perfect. And why else was he put away up there out of sight?—and so magnificent a brush as he had too.
: ux|en|Herbert bruised his shin on the corner of the coffee table.
: ux|en|The liquor store on the corner also sold lottery tickets.
: ux|en|Shining a light in the dark corners of the mind. nowrap|I took a trip out to his corner of town.
*: Why, that’s the lady: all the world desires her; / From the four corners of the earth they come, / To kiss this shrine, this mortal-breathing saint:
: ux|en|On weekends, Emily liked to find a quiet corner and curl up with a good book.
: ux|en|In the 1970s, private investors tried to get a corner on the silver market, but were ultimately unsuccessful.
: ux|en|The pitch was just off the corner, low and outside.
: ux|en|There are runners on the corners with just one out.
: Welcome to our English corner.
: The cat had cornered a cricket between the sofa and the television stand.
*: In Juazeiro do Norte, demonstrators cornered the mayor inside a bank for hours and called for his impeachment, while thousands of others protested teachers’ salaries.
: The reporter cornered the politician by pointing out the hypocrisy of his position on mandatory sentencing, in light of the politicians own actions in court.
: The buyers attempted to corner the shares of the railroad stock, so as to facilitate their buyout.
: Its extremely hard to corner the petroleum market because there are so many players.
: As the stock car driver cornered the last turn, he lost control and spun out.
: That BMW corners well, but the suspension is too stiff.
: Most primates have a tail and fangs.
*: Doretus writes a great praise of the distilled waters of those tails that hang on willow trees.
: A sequence is said to be frequently if every tail of the sequence contains .
*: By Goddis sydes, syns I her thyder broughte, / She hath gote me more money with her tayle / Than hath some shyppe that into Bordews sayle.
*: They were wont to wipe their tailes transterm|cul|lang=frm (this vaine superstition of words must be left unto women) with a sponge, and thats the reason why Spongia in Latine is counted an obscene wordnb....
: After the burly macho nudists polar bear dip, their tails were spectacularly shrunk, so they looked like an immature kids innocent tail.
: Im gonna get me some tail tonight.
*: The Lord will make thee the head, and not the tail.
*: "Ah," said he, "if you saw but the chief with his tail on."
: rfquotek|Moore (Encyc. of Music)
: Tail that car!
: This vessel tails downstream.
*: Nevertheless his bond of two thousand pounds, wherewith he was tailed, continued uncancelled.
: estate tail
: tail male — limitation to male heirs
: in tail — subject to such a limitation
*: Parliament may be dissolved by the demise of the crown.
: Treasure recovered from shipwrecks automatically becomes property of the Crown.
*: Large arrears of pay were due to the civil and military servants of the crown.
*: From toe to crown hell fill our skin with pinches.
*: Twenty things which I set down: / This done, I twenty more had in my crown.
*: the steepy crown of the bare mountains
*: mutual love, the crown of all our bliss
*: [[half-a-crown|Half-a-crown]] is known as an smallcaps|[[alderman]], smallcaps|half a [[bull]], smallcaps|half a [[tusheroon]], and a smallcaps|[[madza caroon]]; [[whilst]] a [[crown]] piece, or five [[shilling]]s, may be called either a smallcaps|[[bull]], or a smallcaps|[[caroon]], or a smallcaps|[[cartwheel]], or a smallcaps|[[coachwheel]], or a smallcaps|[[thick-un]], or a smallcaps|[[tusheroon]].
*: You will see the babys head crowning during contractions, at which time you must prepare to assist the mother in the delivery of the baby.
*: "His [Barack Obamas] unofficial slogan fired up and ready to go! was borrowed from an old lady in a church crown [Sunday best hat]."
: crown prince
: a crown fire
*: Her who fairest does appear, / Crown her queen of all the year.
*: Thou ... hast crowned him with glory and honour.
*: the grove that crowns yon tufted hill
*: To crown the whole, came a proposition.
: ux|en|The mother was in the second stage of labor and the fetus had just crowned, prompting a round of encouragement from the midwives.
: ux|en|“Crown me!” I said, as I moved my checker to the back row.