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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
MEANING:adjective: Covered with frost; frostlike.
ETYMOLOGY:From rime (frost), from Old English hrim.
Cartoonist: Doug Pike
USAGE:"Wild and frozen and mad, nothing but slow-cracking glaciers and phenomenally unfriendly seas and long-broken huts on rimy windswept beaches haunted by the spectres of chill Russian miners."
Euan Ferguson; Why Are They Cool? The Observer (London, UK); Apr 23, 2006.
Explore "rimy" in the Visual Thesaurus.
A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Society cannot exist without inequality of fortunes and the inequality of fortunes could not subsist without religion. Whenever a half-starved person is near another who is glutted, it is impossible to reconcile the difference if there is not an authority who tells him to. -Napoleon Bonaparte, general and politician (1769-1821)
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