(poetic) To get into or board a train.
(chemistry) To suspend small particles in the current of a fluid.
(figurative) To encarriage, to conjoin, to link; as in a series of entities, elements, objects or processes.
- the great circle midway between the celestial poles; the celestial equator
- of, or relating to an equinox
- of, or relating to the celestial or terrestrial equator
- a dry north wind which blows in the eastern Mediterranean
- pertaining to a dry north wind which blows in the eastern Mediterranean
1997: Dixon, assailed without mercy by his Sensorium, almost in a swoon, finds himself, on Nights of Cloud, less and less able to forgo emerging at dusk, cloaked against the wind, and making directly for the prohibited parts of town. " Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon
noun (plural eyes or (archaic) eyen)
- An organ that is sensitive to light, which it converts to electrical signals passed to the brain, by which means animals see.
- A hole at the blunt end of a needle through which thread is passed.
- A fitting consisting of a loop of metal or other material, suitable for receiving a hook.
- The center/centre of a hurricane.
- A mark on an animal, such as a peacock or butterfly, resembling an eye.
- A reproductive bud in a potato.
- The ability to notice what others might miss.
verb (eyes, eyeing or eying, eyed)
- He has a good eye for talent.
- To look at someone or something as if with the intent to do something with that person or thing.