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Partly damaged or completely destroyed by walking, such as old shoes or ruined floors.
A clock that hangs on a wall, such as a grandfather clock, cuckoo clock, kitchen clock, etc⋅.
On the entire surfaces of all walls.
—Starry night welkins will be projected wallswide allroundly. Starlets for good dreams.— she explained and placed the lantern in a dark niche in the wall. (Context: Grandma Estela is preparing a boy named Bruno for his first night in their smallest guestroom on 5 Misty Road. Candlelight will project through star-shaped holes of her lantern onto the walls and the ceiling, creating an illusion of fairy-tale night skies. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Woven fabric; textile; web; cloth.
The lavement scentiful will benefit the weftwork! (Context: Grandma Estela is misusing Dr∙ Barton's photo-developing trays to soak small laundry items in a fabric softener. When caught, she burkes the issue by arguing in her archaic language that the scented afterbath will improve the fabric properties. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Sky; heaven; firmament.
—Starry night welkins will be projected wallswide allroundly. Starlets for good dreams.— she explained and placed the lantern in a dark niche in the wall. (Grandma Estela is preparing a boy named Bruno for his first night in their smallest guestroom on 5 Misty Road. Candlelight will project through star-shaped holes of her lantern onto the walls, creating an illusion of fairy-tale night skies. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Almost; very closely; very nearly.
Whoops, Bruno pulled another paper towel. The whole procedure was repeated. Well-nigh a third of the vegetable marrow mass was now gone! (Context: A boy named Bruno hates the meal served for lunch, so he wraps pieces of it in serviettes and throws them under the table. After this latest repetition, almost a third of the food was successfully discarded. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
In a very thorough manner; to the maximum; utmostly; profoundly; properly.
—To burn it all wellthoroughly. They only incinerate the deciduous in Uherport; the coniferous are taken to Blowind or Krentown. (Context: A visitor is describing to Dr∙ Barton how state forestry workers eradicate naturally grown saplings from forests and burn them. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
An exaggerative word for a huge bag; whale-sized bag; megabag.
whd or whhd
Plural: whds, whdf, whhds, whhdf
A mispronounced (speech-defective) form of the word "word".
—Do you understand?
—Not a word at home!
—Ou whhd! (Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
An emphasised form of "any"; any whatsoever; whichever.
As far as I know, our domestic unscrubbed heneggs don't need to be refrigerated at all for two weeks. So if we put them in a fridge literally anyplace, we will unerringly surpass stringestmost hygiene standards in whichany case. (Context: Dad's defence when the family is harassed by a social custodian about food storage. He says eggs can be placed virtually anywhere in the refrigerator, and all hygienic norms will still be met or exceeded. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Now we can capitalise on this bakeware adhesivity-reducing makeover devised by ancient culinary masters of old, who could produce the thinnest pastries in virtually whichany circumstances. (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)
Anybody or anything randomly chosen; whichever selected; whatever; whoever; any.
(pseudo-archaism) Fully finished and ready.
(pseudo-archaism) Already and completely at the same time; fully readily; fullready; fullreadliy.
I pull my heels out of the house for a winkwhile, and disasterment bewaits here, wholeready. (Context: Grandma Estela complains in her archaic language that after she left the apartment for a short while, everything has turned into chaos because the others could not take proper care of the household. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
British: wildsbourne, wilds-bourne
American: wildsborne, wilds-borne
Originating from, hidden in, or occurring in wild nature; wilderness-bourne; wilderness-borne.
1. A single movement of the air; windblast.
2. Something caused by the air stream, such as: the uprooting of trees by wind, or a deposit of windblown sand, etc∙.
Pertaining to, or caused by, one blow or more blows of the wind.
We can easily observe the inglenook or its ashpit and verify the windblow hypothesis directly. (Context: Dr∙ Barton with his aides speculate whether howling sounds in the investigated house may be caused by blows of the wind into the chimney. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
British: windbourne, wind-bourne
American: windborne, wind-borne
Originating from, caused by, brought by, or transported / carried by, a wind.
A time interval as short as a wink of an eye; moment.
I pull my heels out of the house for a winkwhile, and disasterment bewaits here... (Context: Grandma Estela complains in her archaic language that after she left the apartment for a short while, everything has turned into chaos because the others could not take proper care of the household. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
noun ● personal name
The chief of the Apaches tribe, a son of Intschu-Tschuna - both are fictive Indian heroes in the filmed German novels written by Karl May.
A ball or a similar dancing event scheduled for or regularly occurring during winter.
Full of wisdom; clever; witty; informative.
An excellent pan of superior quality everybody dreams about.
Having a virgin Teflon-coated or anti-stick stoneware wonderpan is a clear win: A Barton-variety patty will presumably bake flawlessly in such top-quality kitchenware on the premiere attempt - expectably without pan-greasing or added shortening. (Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes ● Cooking Recipe.)
A board or panel made of wood, such as for building construction, floors, picture painting, etc∙; panelboard; table; plate; plank.
Made of or lined with wooden panels or pieces, such as parquet floors, intarsia walls, or inlay ceilings; slab-covered; wainscotted; made of woodblocks.
A board or panel made of wood, such as for building construction, floors, surfing, picture painting, etc∙; panelboard; table; plate; wood painting; plank.
British: woodbourne, wood-bourne
American: woodborne, wood-borne
Originating from, hidden in, or carried by or through a tree, wood or forest; forest-borne; forestborne; forest-bourne; forestbourne.
A brittle black residue after incomplete burning of wood or its heating in the absence of oxygen, or individual pieces of such residue; wood coal; carbon; coal.
A flat block of wood for building construction, lining walls, making composite doors or gates, etc∙; wainscot; wooden panel.
Zippily disconnecting the shoe-plugged cables, he leapt behind the entrance gate's bottom woodpane. (Context: Dr∙ Barton is sitting in a little tombhouse, with electrically heated shoes on. At the sound of an approaching car, he must jump and hide behind the front door's lower part. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
Something said or written, especially when referring to an excessive amount of words or to exact literal spelling or wording; verbal formulation; quotation; wording; verbiage.
1. An opening through which work is done; servicing opening; laparoscopic incision; repair slit.
2. A hated or disliked workplace; a place where nothing else can be done but work your head off.
An establishment or place for industrial or similar work; factory; manufacture; manufactory; plant; mill; works.
Protective cloth for work; blue coat; white coat; lab gown; labcoat.
1. Something to be afraid of or worried about; problem; adversity.
2. An action of worrying; worriedness; troubledness; anxiety.
Mam was plaintively recounting their travails with the social custodian lady, and Doctor Barton continued pondering stiffly. He sympathetically muttered that if it were in his power to abate a mere half a per cent of the worriments in his own microsphere, the world would look different. But even he himself supposed he had to stay away from certain kinds of people whenever possible. Or at least to keep them at arm's length. And he definitely wasn't omnipotent. (Context: Dr∙ Barton thinks hard about how he could help the Boleks harassed by the administrative oversight of their family life. He makes it clear upfront that fighting dysfunctional state authorities will not be easy. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)
A medicinman, shaman, barber, smith, or a similar non-physician person who performs primitive medical procedures to treat wounds, teeth, fractures, or sometimes other diseases.
Any written material or the process of writing; letter; scripture; manuscript.
Someone who is incorrect, mistaken, or on a wrong life path; sinner; transgressor.
Someone who did or does bad things; wrongdoer; criminal; felon.
In a wrong way or manner; wrongly; improperly; incorrectly; inappropriately.
Baldening will go wrongwayly! (Context: Grandma Estela argues against vegetarianism, saying that if men don't eat meat, they will not bald properly. Source: J∙ Okram - The Mystery of the Rammed Key.)