|tom englanniksi||Tom en, empty sv, tom sv, hollow sv, tome sv, blank sv, vacuous sv, vacant sv, windy sv|
*: Poor Tom&
*: "Becky Thatcher. Whats yours? Oh, I know. Its Thomas Sawyer."
*: "Thats the name they lick me by. Im Tom when Im good. You call me Tom, will you?"
*: What Im worrying about is what Tom says when he starts talking."
*: "Uncle Tom?"
*: "I wish there was something else you could call him except Uncle Tom&
*: "Were not sure - we were expecting a girl for some reason. But were thinking of something simple like Tom."
*: "No, just Tom."
*: They had a thick rim, and when struck with pieces of wood, gave out a tone deeper than that of some of the Great Toms renowned in belldom.
*: After these came innumerable little boys bearing little bells, which made little noises in comparison to the "Big Tom" that preceded them.
*: And there little Johnny Bell hung dangling along with the great Tom bell, and all the rest of the bells.
*: The city [New York] does not know a better auctioneer; the celebrated Tom Bell not ringing clearer.
: an empty purse; an empty jug; an empty stomach
*: that fair female troop ... empty of all good
*: I shall find you empty of that fault.
*: an empty messenger
*: When ye go ye shall not go empty.
: empty words, or threats
*: Words are but empty thanks.
: empty pleasures
*: pleasd in the silent shade with empty praise
: empty dreams
: an empty vine
*: seven empty ears blasted with the east wind
: empty brains; an empty coxcomb
*: that in civility thou seemst so empty
: to empty a well or a cistern
: The cinema emptied quickly after the end of the film.
*: The clouds ... empty themselves upon the earth.
: Put the empties out to be recycled.
: Toms 90p a pound
: Toms 90p a pound
: a hollow tree; a hollow sphere
: a hollow moan
: a hollow victory
: a hollow promise
*: With hollow eye and wrinkled brow.
*: Forests grew upon the barren hollows.
*: I hate the dreadful hollow behind the little wood.
: He built himself a cabin in a hollow high up in the Rockies.
: the hollow of the hand or of a tree
: a hollow in the pit of ones stomach
*: He has hollowed the hounds.
: The professor pulled a dusty old tome from the bookshelf.
*: To the blank moon / Her office they prescribed.
: a blank desert; a blank wall; blank unconsciousness
: blank terror
: Failing to understand the question, he gave me a blank stare.
*: Adam ... astonied stood, and blank.
: a blank day
*: I cannot write a paper full, I used to do; and yet I will not forgive a blank of half an inch from you.
*: From this time there ensues a long blank in the history of French legislation.
*: I was ill. I cant tell how long — it was a blank.
*: The freemen signified their approbation by an inscribed vote, and their dissent by a blank.
*: In Fortunes lottery lies / A heap of blanks, like this, for one small prize.
*: Let me still remain / The true blank of thine eye.
*: I have stood ... within the blank of his displeasure / For my free speech.
: I blanked out my previous entry.
: She blanked me for no reason.
: The team was blanked.
: England blanks Wales to advance to the final
: [[vacant lot]]
: a vacant stare
: It was a long and windy night.
: They made love in a windy bus shelter.
: They made windy promises they would not keep.
: The [[Tex-Mex]] meal had made them somewhat windy.
*: The thing is hes not windy, hes a perfectly good soldier, no more than reasonably afraid of rifle and machine-gun bullets, shells, grenades.