polisht

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  • O'erstep with omen meetest meet The threshold-stone thy golden feet Up, past the polisht panels fleet. Cited from The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus, by Caius Valerius Catullus
  • Having polisht off this epistol, master intrustid it to me to carry, and bade me at the same time to try and give it into Miss Griffin's hand alone. Cited from Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush by Thackeray
  • The ample heaven of fabrick sure In cleanness does surpass The crystal and the silver pure, Or clearest polisht glass. Cited from Project Gutenberg's Book of English Verse
  • I suported you this weak by polishin 10 door handels at 7 cents each, some of them was already polisht but the folks was real nice about it and let me give them an extry polish. Cited from Deer Godchild, by Marguerite Bernard and Edith Serrell
  • The Figure and bigness of these for the most part was the same with that of the Figure Z; that is, all the surface of them was very smooth and polisht, and for the most part round, but very rugged or knobbed about D, and all the length of the stem was here and there pitted or flatted. Cited from Micrographia, by Robert Hooke
  • Time is our tedious Song should here have ending, Heav'ns youngest teemed Star, Hath fixt her polisht Car, Her sleeping Lord with Handmaid Lamp attending: And all about the Courtly Stable, Bright-harnest Angels sit in order serviceable. Cited from Project Gutenberg's Book of English Verse
  • Thou Celtiber art, in Celtiberia born, Where man who's urined therewith loves a-morn His teeth and ruddy gums to scour and score; So the more polisht are your teeth, the more 20 Argue they sipping stale in ampler store. Cited from The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus, by Caius Valerius Catullus
  • But for the Diva's use bestrewn is the genial bedstead, Hidden in midmost stead, and its polisht framework of Indian Tusk underlies its cloth empurpled by juice of the dye-shell. Cited from The Carmina of Caius Valerius Catullus, by Caius Valerius Catullus