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Submissive. Ready to accept control or instruction. “The dog was very docile around children.”
a transposition of usually initial sounds of two or more words (as in tons of soil
for sons of toil
"The girlfriend is part of the origin story of Ritt Momney [instead of Mitt Romney]. That was the name Rutter and his friends at East High School gave to the band they formed their junior year. There wasn't much of a thought process behind the name, a spoonerism of Utah's junior senator and the czar of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City." — Sean P. Means, The Salt Lake Tribune, 14 July 2019
(noun) The face or facial expression of a person.
Synonyms: physiognomy, smiler, kisser, phiz, countenance, mug
A small bonnet of black silk … was placed on the back of her head, but so as not to shade her visage in the least.
: Withering without falling off.
“She took up scissors and trimmed the hair above his ears and clipped away
the frizzy marcescent strands languishing in the desert of his bald head.”
Keith Quincy; Samuel
; Xlibris; 2002.
Remember, we all stumble, every one of us. That's why it's a comfort to go
hand in hand. -Emily Kimbrough, author and broadcaster (23 Oct 1899-1989)