|uhri englanniksi||offering fi, sacrifice fi, martyr fi, immolation fi, pigeon fi, stiff fi, casualty fi|
*: Condemned to sacrifice his childish years / To babbling ignorance, and to empty fears.
*: The Baronet had sacrificed a large sum ... for the sake of ... making this boy his heir.
*: If you exchange a penny for a dollar, it is not a sacrifice; if you exchange a dollar for a penny, it is.
*: Great pomp, and sacrifice, and praises loud, / To Dagon.
: the sacrifice of ones spare time in order to volunteer
*: Moloch, horrid king, besmeared with blood / Of human sacrifice.
: Saint Stephen was the first Christian martyr.
: Stan is a martyr to arthritis, Chris a martyr to Stans endless moaning about it.
: Some religious and other minorities were martyred until extinction.
: The lovely Amoret, whose gentle heart
: Thou martyrest with sorrow and with smart. — Spenser
*: “A tight little craft,” was Austin’s invariable comment on the matron;nb.... ¶ Near her wandered her husband, orientally bland, invariably affable, and from time to time squinting sideways, as usual, in the ever-renewed expectation that he might catch a glimpse of his stiff, retroussé moustache.
: ux|en|He was eventually caught, and given a stiff fine.
: ux|en|My legs are stiff after climbing that hill yesterday.
: ux|en|a stiff drink; a stiff dose; a stiff breeze.
: beat the egg whites until they are stiff
: A Working Stiffs Manifesto: A Memoir of Thirty Jobs I Quit, Nine That Fired Me, and Three I Cant Remember was published in 2003.
: She convinced the stiff to go to her hotel room, where her [[henchman]] was waiting to rob him.
: Realizing he had forgotten his wallet, he stiffed the taxi driver when the cab stopped for a red light.
*: We asked one girl to explain how she felt when she was "stiffed." She said, You think of all the work youve done and how youve tried to please [them…].
*: You see, poor Nonie really was stiffed by Adolph in his will. He really stiffed her, Rose, and I really wanted to right that wrong.
*: Then he stiffed the waiter with a cheap tip.
*: The non-necessary [causes] follow; of which, saith Fuchsius, no art can be made, by reason of their uncertainty, casualty, and multitude […].