|pila englanniksi||humbug fi, gleek fi, gag fi, jest fi, joke fi, practical joke fi, lark fi|
*: He means that he has sold out to the parliamentary humbugs and the bourgeoisie. Compromise! that is his faith.
*: ‘A Merry Christmas, uncle! God save you!’ cried a cheerful voice. It was the voice of Scrooge’s nephew, who came upon him so quickly that this was the first intimation he had of his approach.
*: ‘Bah!’ said Scrooge, ‘Humbug!’
*: Wheres the Ba?tards braues, and Charles his glikes: What all amort?
*: A pretty gleek coming from Pallas eye.
: The man said he “gleeked” on the woman, but did not intentionally spit on her.
: a gag of mutton fat
: He gagged when he saw the open wound.
: The victims could not speak because the burglar had gagged them with duct tape.
: When the financial irregularities were discovered, the CEO gagged everyone in the accounting department.
*: The time was not yet come when eloquence was to be gagged, and reason to be hoodwinked.
*: mouths gagged to such a wideness
*: The Right Honourable gentleman is indebted to his memory for his jests, and to his imagination for his facts.
: Your majesty, stop him before he makes you the jest of the court.
*: Then let me be your jest; I deserve it.
*: the jests or actions of princes
*: He promised us, in honour of our guest, / To grace our banquet with some pompous jest.
: Surely you jest!
*: Or witty joke our airy senses moves / To pleasant laughter.
: It was a joke!
*: Enclose whole downs in walls, tis all a joke.
: Your effort at cleaning your room is a joke.
: The president was a joke.
: I didn’t mean what I said — I was only joking.
: to joke a comrade
: The class put a whoopee cushion on the teachers chair as a practical joke.
: to go larking
: rfquotek|Charles Dickens