|tahti englanniksi||star fi, cadence fi, asterisk fi, bar fi, rhythm fi, pace fi, beat fi, measure fi, rate fi|
: ux|en|Many Hollywood stars attended the launch party.
: ux|en|His teacher tells us he is a star pupil.
*: Star reporter, leg-man, cub, veteran gray in the trade—one and all they tried to pin the Bat like a caught butterfly to the front page of their respective journals—soon or late each gave up, beaten. He was news—nb...—the brief, staccato recital of his career in the morgues of the great dailies grew longer and more incredible each day.
: ux|en|Whats in the stars for you today? Find out in our horoscope.
*: O malignant and ill-brooding stars.
*: Blesses his stars, and thinks it luxury.
*: On whom ... / Lavish Honour showered all her stars.
*: A sable curtain starred with gold.
*: Now was the sun in western cadence low.
*: golden cadence of poesy
*: Blustering winds, which all night long / Had roused the sea, now with hoarse cadence lull / Seafaring men oerwatched.
*: The accents ... were in passions tenderest cadence.
: The cadence in a galliard step refers to the final leap in a cinquepace sequence.
*:: John Browns body lies mouldering in the grave,
*:: But his soul is marching on!
: They came into the tournament highly ranked, but with a little bit of an asterisk as their last two wins had been unconvincing.
: The window was protected by steel bars.
: Ancient Sparta used iron bars instead of handy coins in more valuable alloy, to physically discourage the use of money.
: We are expecting a carload of bar tomorrow.
: bar of chocolate
: bar of soap
: a bar of light; a bar of colour
: The street was lined with all-night bars.
: Step up to the bar and order a drink.
: The club has lifted its bar on women members.
*: Must I new bars to my own joy create?
: Suppose we have two objects, foo and bar.
: Hes studying hard to pass the Bar this time; hes failed it twice before.
: There were no bars so I didnt get your text.
: Potters Bar
*: But I shall be back with the yellow gold before the morning light;
*: Yet, if they press me sharply, and harry me through the day,
*: Then look for me by moonlight,
*: Watch for me by moonlight,
*: Ill come to thee by moonlight, though Hell should bar the way."|title=[[s:The Highwayman (Noyes)|The Highwayman]]|author=Alfred Noyes|year=1906
: Our way was barred by a huge rockfall.
: I couldnt get into the nightclub because I had been barred.
: bar the door
*: I lived in a hut in the yard, but to be out of the chaos I would sometimes get into the accountant’s office. It was built of horizontal planks, and so badly put together that, as he bent over his high desk, he was barred from neck to heels with narrow strips of sunlight.
: He invited everyone to his wedding bar his ex-wife.
: Leg At Each Corner is at 3/1, Lost My Shirt 5/1, and its 10/1 bar.
: Dance to the rhythm of the music.
: Most dances have a rhythm as distinctive as the Iambic verse in poetry
: Once you get the rhythm of it, the job will become easy.
: We walked with a quick, even rhythm.
: The Baroque term basso continuo is virtually equivalent to rhythm
:: The rhythm of the seasons dominates agriculture as well as wildlife
: The running gag is a popular rhythm in motion pictures and theater comedy
*: But when she saw them gone she forward went, / As lay her journey, through that perlous Pace [...].
: Even at the duel, standing 10 paces apart, he could have satisfied Aaron’s honor.
: I have perambulated your field, and estimate its perimeter to be 219 paces.
*: … but at Broadstairs and other places along the coast, a pace of donkeys stood on the sea-shore expectant (at least, their owners were expectant) of children clamouring to ride.
*: A pace of donkeys fans out in different directions.
*: Like a small farm, the lighthouse compound had its chattering of chicks, pace of donkeys, troop of horses, and fold of sheep.
*: Groups of men, in all imaginable attitudes, were lying, standing, sitting, or pacing up and down.
*: He, with a careless beat, / Struck out the mute creation at a heat.
: a beat of the heart; the beat of the pulse
: to [[walk the beat]]
*: Its a beat on the whole country.
: the beat of him
: a dead beat
*: Bears coming out of holes in the rocks at the last moment, when the beat is close to them.
: As soon as she heard that Wiktionary was shutting down, she went into a rage and beat the wall with her fists until her knuckles bled.
: He danced hypnotically while she beat the atabaque.
*: The men of the city ... beat at the door.
*: Rolling tempests vainly beat below.
*: They [winds] beat at the crazy casement.
*: The sun beat upon the head of Jonah, that he fainted, and wished in himself to die.
*: Public envy seemeth to beat chiefly upon ministers.
*: A thousand hearts beat happily.
: Jan had little trouble beating John in tennis. He lost five games in a row.
: No matter how quickly Joe finished his test, Roger always beat him.
: I just cant seem to beat the last level of this video game.
*: The part of the wood to be beaten for deer sloped all the way from the roadside to the loch.
: Beat the eggs and whip the cream.
: He wanted $50 for it, but I managed to beat him down to $35.
*: Thomas Limbrick, who was only nine years of age, said he lived with his mother when Deborah was beat: that his mother [[throwed]] her down all along with her hands; and then against a wall ...
: to beat a retreat; to beat to quarters
*: pass awful gulfs, and beat my painful way
*: Why should any one ... beat his head about the Latin grammar who does not intend to be a critic?
*: to still my beating mind
: The drums beat.
: The drummers beat to call soldiers to their quarters.
: After the long day, she was feeling completely beat.
: Dude, you drive a beat car like that and you ain’t gonna get no honeys.
: Her makeup was beat!
*: The beats were pioneers with no destination, changing the world one impulse at a time.
*: Mesure is medcynee · þou? þow moche ?erne.
*: I will correct thee in measure, and will not leaue thee altogether vnpunished.
*: Full to the utmost measure of what bliss Human desires can seek or apprehend.
*: They have gloried to this day, the tedious interminable big-screen replays of that golden summer irritating beyond measure.
*: It ended up being a bittersweet night for England, full of goals to send the crowd home happy, buoyed by the news that Montenegro and Poland had drawn elsewhere in Group H but also with a measure of regret about what happened to Danny Welbeck and what it means for Roy Hodgsons team going into a much more difficult assignment against Ukraine.
: ux|en|a measure of salt
: ux|en|Honesty is the true measure of a man.
: ux|en|The villagers paid a tithe of a thousand measures of corn.
*: The fragments shrank by increments of about three kilodaltons (a measure of molecular weight).
*: The measure thereof is longer than the earth, and broader than the sea.
: the greatest common measure of two or more numbers
: coal measures; lead measures
*: Now tread we a measure! said young Lochinvar.
: a poem in iambic measure
: ux|en|We measured the temperature with a thermometer. You should measure the angle with a spirit level.
: ux|en|I measure that at 10 centimetres.
*: Great are thy works, Jehovah, infinite / Thy power! what thought can measure thee?
*: A true devoted pilgrim is not weary / To measure kingdoms with his feeble steps.
*: To secure a contented spirit, measure your desires by your fortunes, not your fortunes by your desires.
*: With what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again.
*: That portion of eternity which is called time, measured out by the sun.
*: There shall no figure at such rate be set, / As that of true and faithfull Iuliet.
: ux|en|At the height of his powers, he was producing pictures at the rate of four a year.
: ux|en|The car was speeding down here at a hell of a rate.
*: Many of the horse could not march at that rate, nor come up soon enough.
: ux|en|The rate of production at the factory is skyrocketing.
: ux|en|He asked quite a rate to take me to the airport.
: ux|en|Postal rates here are low.
: ux|en|We pay an hourly rate of between $10 – $15 per hour depending on qualifications and experience.
: ux|en|I hardly have enough left every month to pay the rates.
: ux|en|This textbook is first-rate.
*: The one right feeble through the evil rate / Of food which in her duress she had found.
*: Thus sat they all around in seemly rate.
: daily rate; hourly rate; etc.
: She is rated fourth in the country.
: They rate his talents highly.
*: To rate a man by the nature of his companions is a rule frequent indeed, but not infallible.
: He rated this book brilliant.
: The view here hardly rates a mention in the travel guide.
*: Only two assistant district attorneys rate corner offices, and Mandelbaum wasnt one of them.
: The transformer is rated at 10 watts.
: The customers dont rate the new burgers.
: She rates among the most excellent chefs in the world.
: He rates as the best cyclist in the country.
: This last performance of hers didnt rate very high with the judges.
*: to rate the truce
*: Go, rate thy minions, proud, insulting boy!
*: Conscience is a check to beginners in sin, reclaiming them from it, and rating them for it.
*: Then rated they hym, and sayde: Thou arte hys disciple.
*: Andronicus the Emperour, finding by chance in his pallace certaine principall men very earnestly disputing against Lapodius about one of our points of great importance, taunted and rated them very bitterly, and threatened if they gave not over, he would cause them to be cast into the river.
*: He beheld him, his head still muffled in the veil...couching, like a rated hound, upon the threshold of the chapel; but apparently without venturing to cross it;...a man borne down and crushed to the earth by the burden of his inward feelings.
*: The successful monk, on the morrow morning, hastens home to w|Ely, Cambridgeshire|Elynb.... The successful monk, arriving at Ely, is rated for a goose and an owl; is ordered back to say that w|Elmset was the place meant.