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ass

1. n. the buttocks. (Usually objectionable.) This big monster of a guy threatened to kick me in the ass if I didn’t get out of the way.
2. n. women considered as sexual gratification. (Rude and derogatory.) All he could think about was getting some ass.
3. n. one’s whole body; oneself. (Usually objectionable.) Your ass is really in trouble!
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As soon, therefore, as David gave the preconcerted signal, a low hissing sound was heard in the lodge in place of the fierce growlings of the bear.
Away down on the level under the black mass of the Castle, the town lay, stretched along the river, its intricate cobweb of streets jeweled with twinkling lights; there were rows of lights on the bridges; these flung lances of light upon the water, in the black shadows of the arches; and away at the extremity of all this fairy spectacle blinked and glowed a massed multitude of gas-jets which seemed to cover acres of ground; it was as if all the diamonds in the world had been spread out there.
De yuther servants wouldn' miss me, kase dey'd shin out en take holiday soon as de ole folks 'uz out'n de way.
Tom got into this and held his candle as far under the rock as he could, but said he could not see to the end of the rift.
It was almost as unintelligible as that past mystery -- that forgotten mystery now -- of the journey to London.
The grasp, though gentle as a woman's hand, was not to be resisted.
we are ready for Mount Vesuvius, or anything else, as soon as YOU please.
Besides: that shrinking from having Miss Havisham and Estella discussed, which had come upon me in the beginning, grew much more potent as time went on.
As I looked at his sensitive young face, unmarred by pleasure and unscathed by sorrow, bathed daily, I surmised, in the may-dew of high philosophies--ah, so high
This upper robe concealed what at first view seemed rather inconsistent with its form, a shirt, namely, of linked mail, with sleeves and gloves of the same, curiously plaited and interwoven, as flexible to the body as those which are now wrought in the stocking-loom, out of less obdurate materials.
It sat on the back of an express wagon and they were on the seat as unconcerned as anything.
He don't amount to shucks, as a magician; knows some of the old common tricks, but has never got beyond the rudiments, and never will.
You see, on earth we jump to such foolish conclusions as to things up here.
If it be, he deserves flaying alive for not running to welcome me, and for screaming as if I were a goblin.
Next day Smilash obtained from his wife a promise that she would behave towards Agatha as if the letter had given no offence.