nates nates


  • (n) the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on



  1. Orson Welles is both director and star of this amalgam of scenes from five of Shakespeare's history plays in which the Bard's "bombard" of a buffoon domi nates the stage.
  2. But it is Actor Whitea British trouper usually cast as a potty colonel, a flaccid vicar, or a dear old rose fiend in Sussexwho domi nates the audience as a waving cobra .
  3. One reasonperhaps the main reasonwhy Samaras has been such an upsetting presence in New York is that his privacy alter nates with moments of obsessive, and for some people .


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    Nates Mineshaft, an earner of more than $645,000, is one of the main contenders in a lineup that also includes such capable older horses as Warbird, Trend, Slip and Drive, and Nikki’s Sandcastle in Saturday's 10th race at Arlington Park.
    on July 28, 2013     Source: Daily Racing Form


  1. "It is entirely appropriate the Minister for Health should look at this issue; were there 100,000 neo-nates lost each year, there would be a national outcry and the Minister for Health would quite rightly address that," Mrs Kelly said.
    on Nov 5, 2004 By: De-Anne Kelly Source: Sydney Morning Herald

  2. "Their team is like having a floor full of Nates and Bobbys," said UW coach Lorenzo Romar, referring to his two most disruptive defenders, Nate Robinson and Bobby Jones.
    on Mar 17, 2004 By: Lorenzo Romar Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

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