|torni englanniksi||rook fi, sail fi, tower fi, spire fi|
*: The rook ... should be treated as the farmers friend.
*: Some had spent a week in Jersey before coming to Guernsey; and, from what Paddy had heard, they really do know how to rook the visitors over there.
*: When we have laughd to see the sails conceive / And grow big-bellied with the wanton wind;
: Lets go for a sail.
: Twenty sail were in sight.
: We caught three sails today.
*: Like an eagle soaring / To weather his broad sails.
: We sail for Australia tomorrow.
*: As is a winged messenger of heaven, ... / When he bestrides the lazy pacing clouds, / And sails upon the bosom of the air.
: The duchess sailed haughtily out of the room.
: The [[wikipedia:Sears Tower|Sears Tower]]
*: Thou hast been a shelter for me, and a strong tower from the enemy.
*: Lay trains of amorous intrigues / In towers, and curls, and periwigs.
: ux|en|The office block towered into the sky.
*: My lord protectors hawks do tower so well.
*: But as the tower and towee reached the cross-roads again, another car, negligently driven, came round the corner, hit the Morris, and severed the tow rope, sending the unfortunate car back again into the shop window...
*: Clara had pulled a button from a hollyhock spire, and was breaking it to get the seeds.
: The spire of the church rose high above the town.
*: the spire and top of praises
*: In gentle Ladies breste and bounteous race / Of woman kind it fayrest Flowre doth spyre, / And beareth fruit of honour and all chast desyre.
*: It is not so apt to spire up as the other sorts, being more inclined to branch into arms.