ass


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Financial, Acronyms, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
References in classic literature ?
Then, as if satisfied of their safety, the scout left his position, and slowly entered the place.
I have never enjoyed a view which had such a serene and satisfying charm about it as this one gives.
The moon was shining, and out- side of the shadows it made it most as light as day.
Tom went first, cutting rude steps in the clay hill as he descended.
All good from Jack another takes, And entertains their flirts and rakes, Who dress as sleek as glossy snakes, And cram their mouths with sweetened cakes; And this goes down for union.
Clare's son might not prove to be as satisfactory a result of the intimacy between the two young people as the parents on both sides could possibly wish for!
It put out its strong hand as it spoke, and clasped him gently by the arm.
My aunt tied the strings of her bonnet (she had come down to breakfast in it), and put on her shawl, as if she were ready for anything that was resolute and uncompromising.
Is it to be wondered at if my thoughts were dazed, as my eyes were, when I came out into the natural light from the misty yellow rooms?
He could not thank me enough; and as we stepped out to the inn, some three or four miles on the road, I elicited something of his story.
Indeed, it seemed that so humble a conveyance as a mule, in however good case, and however well broken to a pleasant and accommodating amble, was only used by the gallant monk for travelling on the road.
When he was released he rented a room above a shoe-repairing shop at the lower end of Main Street and put out the sign that announced himself as a doctor.
If everybody about here was so honestly and sincerely afraid of Merlin's pretended magic as Clarence was, certainly a superior man like me ought to be shrewd enough to contrive some way to take advantage of such a state of things.
I aimed two or three points to starboard of the bush - yes, more than that - enough so as to make it nearly a head-wind.
You needn't laugh; for I've just crammed Kenneth, head-downmost, in the Black- horse marsh; and two is the same as one - and I want to kill some of you: I shall have no rest till I do