|syöksyä englanniksi||toboggan fi, lunge fi, dash fi, pelt fi, zoom fi, stoop fi, race fi, rush fi, slide fi, rocket fi, swoop fi|
*: Toboggan has not yet found its Way into the dictionaries, and there are other ways of spelling it.
*: Nothing could be more exciting and exhilarating than a slide, on sleigh or toboggan, from the lofty summit of the ice-mound or cone down to its base.
*: The “toboggan” is a light flat sleigh, used by the Canadian aborigines to bring home over the snow the spoils of the hunt.
*: The toboggan may be described as a flat plank turned up at one end.
*: A toboggan consists of two pieces of bark joined side by side and curved up at the front.
*: Every half hour or so one or the other would steal off with snowshoes and toboggan to make the round of the holes, often returning with half a dozen fish that together weighed perhaps twelve pounds, perhaps twenty-four pounds; . . .
*: Trenance Park has gardens, a toboggan run, miniature golf and the indoor delights of Water World with its tropical fun pool and flumes.
*: The old toboggan has been laid aside, and sleighs or waggons dash along the streets.
*: These animals are harnessed by a padded collar to a light flat sleigh, of skins stretched across a frame of thin wood, called a toboggan.
*: Suppose we wish to make a pointed cap, such as used to be known as a toboggan cap, from yarn or worsted.
*: Sissy bounded back in dressed in a heavy sweater and toboggan.
*: If you must adorn your dog with a hat, go with a toboggan-style hat. If It was good enough for Snoopy, It Is definitely good enough for your dog.
*: The steer dog next to the sleigh prevents this by immediately leading off at a sixty-degree angle from the direction the others are going, thereby compensating for the sidewise stress and keeping the toboggan in the clear until the bend has been passed.
*: We used an old toboggan stuffed with cotton for the ball, and it served the purpose very well.
*: McGinnity began to hit the toboggan in 1906, after he had pitched his arm off the previous year. Last season his efforts at times were painful.
*: If we were to hit the toboggan of a depression, wages would drop.
*: Farming was on “the toboggan.” New settlers who had purchased land could not meet their deferred payments.
*: The fact that I agreed showed that there was no hope of getting off the toboggan more than momentarily.
*: We all have found out that once a show goes into rehearsal, its a toboggan slide and theres not enough time. So we had six months of preproduction meetings.
*: Mr. Macaulay, the landlord, insisted upon trying to "toboggan" us down the mountain on the saddle cloth of one of the horses, an attempt that ended of course in disaster, for the surface was much too small for the three of us, and the snow too soft for the purpose.
*: The aspect of this patient was greatly changed for the better; she was able to skate, toboggan, and mount 500 feet of Maloja Pass without fatigue.
*: I froze my toes some years ago, while tobogganing, and was unaware of it until I took off my shoe and walked across the room, when the unusual noise on the boards attracted my attention.
*: The hillside, lined with a coating of wet leaves ready to toboggan her down the slope, made her grateful for a few saplings that provided handholds.
*: A depression in one nation can become the slide on which our civilization would toboggan into economic collapse.
*: I cant win, can I? You think Im posh and my folks think Im tobogganing down-market faster than the royal family.
: sometimes dash is also used colloquially to refer to a [[hyphen]] or [[minus sign]].
: Add a dash of vinegar
: Arent we full of dash this morning?
*: The dash clock said 2:38 when... I turned off a dirt road....
*: The traditional practice of offering gifts or "dash" to chiefs has often been misinterpreted by scholars to provide a cultural explanation for the pervasive incidence of bribery and corruption in modern Africa.
*: Writing in 1924 on a similar situation in Ugep, the political officer, Mr. S. T. Harvey noted: "In the old days there was no specified dowry but merely dashes given to the father-in-law...
*: The only other times youll be asked for a dash is from beggars.
*: Ill be dashed if I gan another step for less an oaf.
*: Sir Thomas looks as if to ask what the dash is that to you! but wanting still to go to India again, and knowing how strong the Newcomes are in Leadenhall Street, he thinks it necessary to be civil to the young cub, and swallows his pride once more into his waistband.
*: Comment: Some editions leave this passage out. Of those that include it, some change the you! to you?.
*: Who the dash is this person whom none of us know? and what the dash does he do here?
*: Ill be dashed if I squash in with any domestic staff.
: He dashed across the field.
: I have to dash now. See you soon.
: He dashed the bottle against the bar and turned about to fight.
*: "`Silence! If you make a sound I shall take him and dash his brains out before your very eyes.
*: Kala was the youngest mate of a male called Tublat, meaning broken nose, and the child she had seen dashed to death was her first; for she was but nine or ten years old.
: The man was dashed from the vehicle during the accident.
*: If you dash a stone against a stone in the bottom of the water, it maketh a sound.
*: On each hand the gushing waters play, / And down the rough cascade all dashing fall.
: Her hopes were dashed when she saw the damage.
: Her thoughts were dashed to [[melancholy]].
: He dashed down his eggs, she dashed off her homework
*: "Scarborough," Mrs. Flanders wrote on the envelope, and dashed a bold line beneath; it was her native town; the hub of the universe.
: to dash wine with water; to dash paint upon a picture
*: I take care to dash the character with such particular circumstance as may prevent ill-natured applications.
*: The very source and fount of day / Is dashed with wandering isles of night.
*: 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.nb....
: They pelted the attacking army with bullets.
: The children pelted apples at us.
: Its pelting down out there!
*: Another smothered seems to pelt and swear.
: The boy pelted down the hill on his [[toboggan]].
: prices zoomed
*: Nearly all the houses were built with their gables to the streets and each had heavy wooden Dutch stoops, with seats, at its door.
*: ...the entrance being at the side of the house and reached by a low front stoop with four or five risers...
: He stooped to tie his shoe-laces.
*: Their walk had continued not more than ten minutes when they crossed a creek by a wooden bridge and came to a row of mean houses standing flush with the street. At the door of one, an old black woman had stooped to lift a large basket, piled high with laundered clothes.
: Can you believe that a salesman would stoop so low as to hide his customers car keys until they agreed to the purchase?
*: Presently the bird stooped and seized a salmon, and a violent struggle ensued.
: to stoop a cask of liquor
*: Many of those whose states so tempt thine ears / Are stooped by death; and many left alive.
*: Mighty in her ships stood Carthage long, ... / Yet stooped to Rome, less wealthy, but more strong.
*: These are arts, my prince, / In which your Zama does not stoop to Rome.
*: She stoops to conquer.
*: Where men of great wealth stoop to husbandry, it multiplieth riches exceedingly.
: The old man walked with a stoop.
*: Theo Walcotts final pass has often drawn criticism but there could be no complaint in the 11th minute when his perfect delivery to the far post only required a stoop and a nod of the head from Young to put England ahead.
*: At length the hawk got the upper hand, and made a rushing stoop at her quarry
*: Fetch me a stoop of liquor.
: The race around the park was won by Johnny, who ran faster than the others.
: We had a race to see who could finish the book the quickest.
*: After days of intensifying pressure from runners, politicians and the general public to call off the New York City Marathon in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, city officials and the event’s organizers decided Friday afternoon to cancel the race.
*: The flight of many birds is swifter than the race of any beasts.
*: My race of glory run, and race of shame.
: ux|en|The drivers were racing around the track.
: ux|en|I raced him to the car, but he was there first, so he got to ride shotgun.
: ux|en|As soon as it was time to go home, he raced for the door.
: ux|en|Her heart was racing as she peered into the dimly lit room.
*: "My mind is like a racing engine, tearing itself to pieces because it is not connected up with the work for which it was built."
: Race was a significant issue during apartheid in South Africa.
: The Native Americans colonized the New World in several waves from Asia, and thus they are considered part of the same Mongoloid race.
: A treaty was concluded between the race of elves and the race of men.
*: There are two distinct races of gods known to Norse mythology[.]
*: For do but note a wild and wanton herd, / Or race of youthful and unhandled colts, / Fetching mad bounds.
: The advent of the Internet has brought about a new race of entrepreneur.
: Recent developments in artificial intelligence has brought about a new race of robots that can perform household chores without supervision.
*: a race of heaven
*: Is it [the wine] of the right race?
*: And now I give my sensual race the rein.
*: Some ... great race of fancy or judgment.
*: On the third day after this second boiling, pour all the syrup into a pan, put the races of ginger with it, and boil it up until the syrup adheres to the spoon.
*: John Bulls friendship is not worth a rush.
*: A gentleman of his train spurred up his horse, and, with a violent rush, severed him from the duke.
: ux|en|A rush of business can be difficult to handle effectively for its unexpected volume.
: ux|en|Many errors were made in the rush to finish.
: ux|en|a rush of water; a rush of footsteps
: ux|en|a rush on the quarterback
: the center rush, whose place is in the center of the rush line
: ux|en|The rollercoaster gave me a rush.
: ux|en|rush week
: ux|en|rush ones dinner; rush off an email response
*: They...never think it to be a part of religion to rush into the office of princes and ministers.
: ux|en|armies rush to battle; waters rush down a precipice.
*: Like to an entered tide, they all rush by.
: ux|en|Dont rush your client or he may withdraw.
: ux|en|The shuttle rushes passengers from the station to the airport.
: a rush job
: He slid the boat across the grass.
: The safe slid slowly.
: Snow slides down the side of a mountain.
: The car slid on the ice.
*: They bathe in summer, and in winter slide.
: Jones slid into second.
: He slid while going around the corner.
: to slide in a word to vary the sense of a question
*: Beware thou slide not by it.
: A ship or boat slides through the water.
*: Ages shall slide away without perceiving.
*: Parts answering parts shall slide into a whole.
*: With good hope let he sorrow slide.
*: With a calm carelessness letting everything slide.
: The long, red slide was great fun for the kids.
: rfquotek|Charles Dickens
: The slide closed the highway.
: a slide on the ice
*: A better slide into their business.
*: While [Colonel Robert] Solborg and [Jacques] Lemaigre[-Dubreuil] were dreaming of revolts, [[w:William Joseph Donovan|[William Joseph “Wild Bill”] Donovan]] had learned of Solborg’s insubordination and meddling. He sent him a “rocket” ordering him out of North Africa and back to Lisbon at once. Solborg flew to Lisbon and then on to Washington to face out his problem with Donovan.
: The lone eagle swooped down into the lake, snatching its prey, a small fish.
: The dog had enthusiastically swooped down on the bone.
*: There was a person called Nana who ruled the nursery. Sometimes she took no notice of the playthings lying about, and sometimes, for no reason whatever, she went swooping about like a great wind and hustled them away in cupboards.
: A hawk swoops a chicken.
*: And now at last you came to swoop it all.
*: The grazing ox which swoops it [the medicinal herb] in with the common grass.
: The quality of decision is like the well-timed swoop of a falcon which enables it to strike and destroy its victim. – Sun Tzu
*: One evening, when the Boy was going to bed, he couldnt find the china dog that always slept with him. Nana was in a hurry, and it was too much trouble to hunt for china dogs at bedtime, so she simply looked about her, and seeing that the toy cupboard door stood open, she made a swoop.
: Fortunes a right whore. If she give ought, she deals it in small parcels, that she may take away all at one swoop. – John Webster