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  • From Wilson +‎ -ian Wilsonian ‎(not comparable) Of or pertaining to Woodrow Wilson or his policies Of or pertaining to Harold Wilson or his policies
    317 bytes (25 words) - 01:46, 27 April 2016
  • between persons; illicit intimacy; a liaison or affair. 1976, John Harold Wilson, Court Satires of the Restoration (page 245) In 1679 and 1680 there
    6 KB (447 words) - 13:57, 22 July 2016
  • From Wilsonian +‎ -ism Wilsonianism ‎(uncountable) The policies of Woodrow Wilson The policies of Harold Wilson
    229 bytes (15 words) - 01:14, 31 May 2014
  • Usually attributed to British Prime Minister Harold Wilson in the mid-1960s. Also used by (and incorrectly attributed to) Australian PM Gough Whitlam
    363 bytes (48 words) - 05:14, 30 July 2014
  • natural. See the above verb. stride ‎(plural strides) A long step. 1907, Harold Bindloss, chapter 7, in The Dust of Conflict[1]: Still, a dozen men with
    5 KB (468 words) - 20:26, 21 July 2016
  • Highlander, page 122, “I doona ken how he found us,” he muttered darkly. 2005, Harold Cheney, Jack of Tabbyshire, Jack of Tabbyshire and Other Grandfather Tales
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  • as we say “every tenth one, hundredth one” 1916-1935, Justice Holmes or Harold J. Laski, Holmes-Laski Letters (1953), Mark DeWolfe Howe (editor), page
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  • pukefaces) (derogatory) A contemptible, undesirable, or ugly person 1984, Harold Pinter, Other places: four plays: Volume 1948, Part 2, page 29 Listen, pukeface
    1 KB (89 words) - 14:51, 28 July 2016
  • a righteous judgment in the great Day.' 1895, James Hastings, ‎Ann Wilson Hastings, ‎& Edward Hastings, The Expository Times - Volume 6, page 524:
    5 KB (622 words) - 04:53, 17 March 2016
  • most shiply) Of, resembling, or relating to a ship or ships; naval. 1942, Harold S. Ingham, Fire and water: But through its tiled passages there sails a
    976 bytes (136 words) - 03:17, 26 January 2016