Entered imp. & p. p. means: of Enter
Entered imp. & p. p. means: of Enter
Entered (imp. & p. p.) means: of Enter
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Entered (imp. & p. p.): of Enter
Pierced (a.): Penetrated; entered; perforated.
Sainted (a.): Entered into heaven; -- a euphemism for dead.
Infiltration (n.): The substance which has entered the pores or cavities of a body.
Penetrable (a.): Capable of being penetrated, entered, or pierced. Used also figuratively.
Penetrability (n.): The quality of being penetrable; susceptibility of being penetrated, entered, or pierced.
Cocket (n.): An office in a customhouse where goods intended for export are entered.
Uncovenanted (a.): Not covenanted; not granted or entered into under a covenant, agreement, or contract.
Non prosequitur (): A judgment entered against the plaintiff in a suit where he does not appear to prosecute. See Nolle prosequi.
Customhouse (n.): The building where customs and duties are paid, and where vessels are entered or cleared.
Welcome (n.): Kind reception of a guest or newcomer; as, we entered the house and found a ready welcome.
Journal (a.): A book of accounts, in which is entered a condensed and grouped statement of the daily transactions.
Enter (v. t.): To deposit for copyright the title or description of (a book, picture, map, etc.); as, "entered according to act of Congress."
Machine (n.): Any mechanical contrivance, as the wooden horse with which the Greeks entered Troy; a coach; a bicycle.
Cumshaw (n.): A present or bonus; -- originally applied to that paid on ships which entered the port of Canton.
Orgeat (n.): A sirup in which, formerly, a decoction of barley entered, but which is now prepared with an emulsion of almonds, -- used to flavor beverages or edibles.
Record (v. t.): An authentic official copy of a document which has been entered in a book, or deposited in the keeping of some officer designated by law.
Impuberty (n.): The condition of not having reached puberty, or the age of ability to reproduce one's species; want of age at which the marriage contract can be legally entered into.
Cocket (n.): A customhouse seal; a certified document given to a shipper as a warrant that his goods have been duly entered and have paid duty.
Adit (n.): An entrance or passage. Specifically: The nearly horizontal opening by which a mine is entered, or by which water and ores are carried away; -- called also drift and tunnel.
Besayle (n.): A kind of writ which formerly lay where a great-grandfather died seized of lands in fee simple, and on the day of his death a stranger abated or entered and kept the heir out. This is now abolished.
Margin (n.): Collateral security deposited with a broker to secure him from loss on contracts entered into by him on behalf of his principial, as in the speculative buying and selling of stocks, wheat, etc.
Enlist (v. t.): To engage for military or naval service, the name being entered on a list or register; as, to enlist men.
Inlet (n.): A passage by which an inclosed place may be entered; a place of ingress; entrance.
Plonge (v. t.): To cleanse, as open drains which are entered by the tide, by stirring up the sediment when the tide ebbs.
Entrance (n.): The causing to be entered upon a register, as a ship or goods, at a customhouse; an entering; as, his entrance of the arrival was made the same day.
Impenetrable (a.): Incapable of being penetrated or pierced; not admitting the passage of other bodies; not to be entered; impervious; as, an impenetrable shield.
Pregnable (a.): Capable of being entered, taken, or captured; expugnable; as, a pregnable fort.
Entry (n.): The act of making or entering a record; a setting down in writing the particulars, as of a transaction; as, an entry of a sale; also, that which is entered; an item.
Uncovenanted (a.): Not having entered into relationship with God through the appointed means of grace; also, not promised or assured by the divine promises or conditions; as, uncovenanted mercies.
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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Entered
Bailer means: A device for removing water that has entered the boat.
bug means: To equip with a burglar alarm. The coppers caught him when he entered a bugged house.
bug means: To hide a live microphone. The coppers caught him when he entered a bugged house.
spent means: Tired, exhausted. When he entered the water, his Speedos shrunk and had to be removed surgically.
Lid means: Hat.Hey man, nice lid."Lid" has also entered the world of hip-hop slang via a company called Ultimate Lids that makes hats.
ringer means: n 1. A contestant entered dishonestly into a competition. 2. One who bears a striking resemblance to another: a ringer for his father.
Speedos means: Men's tight-fitting swimming trunks. When he entered the water, his Speedos shrunk and had to be removed surgically.
DEKKO means: Dekko is British slang for a look, or glance. The term derives from the Hindi word for look!, dekho! And entered service around the th century.
founder means: Shouted to ridicule the less intelligent members of the peer group who were entered for the 'foundation level' paper at examinations. Often the shouter would extend the last syllable, (e.g Found-eeeeerrrr) for added effect.
yak means: (ed: entered verbatim - thanks Brian)) One that I heard not long ago - and that I used as a kid - in Loughborough, Leicestershire is to 'yak' a stone meaning to throw. it comes from the latin Iacio to throw. I was surprised to hear it used because only kids say it and it must have come down the ages since the Romans were here.
gantin means: (ed: entered almost verbatim) She was fair gantin on a shag but I wisnae gonnae knob that mingin hoor. Literally "gaping" (or possibly "gasping") now used in the same sense as "gagging". Origin: Old Scots.
Any port in a storm means: When trouble struck at sea, seamen would go to the nearest to "any port in a storm." Now this phrase has entered our everyday language and is used when we have problems and any and all help is welcome.
emzaddie means: (ed: entered verbatim - some submissions shouldn't be messed with!) emzaddie (sp?) is a term from Star Trek TNG, Cmdr. Troy is a Betazed, it is a word in her native language meaning 'loved one'. She often refers to Riker as this. (ed: ok... but is is slang??)
oh-oh-oh-oh-oh-oh means: This is more of a chant than a word. When there was a playground fight, the audience would gather round in a circle chanting 'oh-oh-oh-oh-oh...' until there was a breakthrough in the fight or it was broken up. I have no idea why we did it I know others have told me that 'fight-fight-fight' is more traditional., It may be a Scottish thing. (ed: entered verbatim)
root chase means: (ed: def. entered as submitted) Have to chase the boy and if I caught them I had to suck their roots for rest of break and give them my dinner money. But if the dinner ladies saw me I used to get told off. I love men me. (ed: yeeess... give us a call when you have less time... ok??)
NAFF means: (1) Acronym used in 'polari' the pre-outing 'gay language' to signify someone ''N'ot 'A'vailable 'F'or 'F'ucking', also used to mean 'drab' or 'bad'. Entered 'mainstream' language scene after Princess Anne once famously told a reporter to "Naff off!". (2) euphamism for 'fuck', e.g. "Naff off!" (3) of poor quality, daggy!
icky off means: (ed: entered verbatim - anyone have more information please?) Means "buzz off", but with the force of "f--- off". Used in Ipswich in elementary schools in the late 40's, early 50's., I suspect, and I would dearly love to have someone investigate this, that this expression was picked up from British soldiers and/or US airmen returning from the Pacific front in WWII, and I suspect that they adapted it from the Japanese verb "ikimasu", to go.
gallus means: If something was good it could be said to be gallus. It's a Scottish thing. The band 'Gun' named an album after the word as they are from Scotland. It would be used like, "his trainers are gallus, by the way", Again, it's a Scottish thing. (ed: entered verbatim)
joey means: An excessively stupid or unpleasant person. Derived from Joey Deacon an elderly man suffering from cerebral palsy who regularly featured on television 1980-85. Another contributor supplied the following entered verbatim: To infer that the recipient was, in some manner, mentally impaired or stupid, In widespread use (in my experience) throughout London schools in the early 1980's. Derives from Joey Deacon, an unfortunate, severely mentally handicapped man featured on children's TV show Blue Peter. Or rather, thrown in front of a camera crew & routinely patronized once a week by Simon Groom & his lover, platinum quadruped Goldie. Originally intended to improve children's understanding of the plight of the disabled. Failed. Alan wasn't too impressed with the above - also entered verbatim: I appreciate that the additional entry is verbatim from the contributor, but there are two main errors in it. First he means "imply" and not "infer" - a common mistake by joeys - and also states that Joey Deacon was severely mentally handicapped. In fact he suffered from cerebral palsy (as your main entry states) which is a physical handicap not a mental one. I would add that, round my way, the preferred gesture to accompany the call of "Joey Deacon!!" (for some reason we always used the full name) was to clap the backs of the hands together, in imitation I suppose of a physically handicapped person. Nice.
logued means: (ed: entered verbatim): "He went mental and Logued at Mr Jones", A lad called Phillip Logue was repremanded by our PE teacher once and was asked to wait in the PE office (which was obviously considered a hotbed of gay activity) for a bollocking. To which he responded "Why sir, are you going to do me up the arse?". The most interesting thing was the pissed-off way he said it, as if this was going to be his 1,000th anal intrusion by a PE teacher. From thence forth, any forthright reposte beyond normal bravery was known as a Logue.
Entered means: of Enter
Pierced means: Penetrated; entered; perforated.
Sainted means: Entered into heaven; -- a euphemism for dead.
Infiltration means: The substance which has entered the pores or cavities of a body.
Penetrable means: Capable of being penetrated, entered, or pierced. Used also figuratively.
Penetrability means: The quality of being penetrable; susceptibility of being penetrated, entered, or pierced.
Cocket means: An office in a customhouse where goods intended for export are entered.
Uncovenanted means: Not covenanted; not granted or entered into under a covenant, agreement, or contract.
Non prosequitur means: A judgment entered against the plaintiff in a suit where he does not appear to prosecute. See Nolle prosequi.
Customhouse means: The building where customs and duties are paid, and where vessels are entered or cleared.
Welcome means: Kind reception of a guest or newcomer; as, we entered the house and found a ready welcome.
Journal means: A book of accounts, in which is entered a condensed and grouped statement of the daily transactions.
Enter means: To deposit for copyright the title or description of (a book, picture, map, etc.); as, "entered according to act of Congress."
Machine means: Any mechanical contrivance, as the wooden horse with which the Greeks entered Troy; a coach; a bicycle.
Cumshaw means: A present or bonus; -- originally applied to that paid on ships which entered the port of Canton.
Amber means: To preserve in amber; as, an ambered fly.
Auspices means: of Auspice
Insecution means: A following after; close pursuit.
Overstaying means: of Overstay
Swag means: A burglar's or thief's booty; boodle.
IVORIES means: Ivories is slang for the teeth.Ivories is slang for the keys of a pianoIvories is slang for dice.Ivories is slang for billiard balls.
Hood rat means: , (hood rat) n., Literally a person who sits on the hood of the car. A young woman who dresses in teased and hair-sprayed hair, black leather, tight clothes. See hoochie. [Etym., Hip hop]
shlong means: The male organ. Marlin thinks he is hella shizzy with his new wheels.
swoll means: Angry, mad. He's definitely a switch hitter.
tear means: Move fast. She isn't such a bad teach.
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