eld : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a late time of life
a beard white with eld
- n a time of life (usually defined in years) at which some particular qualification or power arises
tall for his eld
- They listened in respectful silence as De Gaulle (eld them that he had come to Isigny be cause Isigny had suffered most in a battle that was necessary for France.
- Then James Gareld was assassinated.
- To the Memphis Commercial Appeal last week, ten-year-eld Betty Lou Marbury of Brownsville, Tenn.
- Donovan in Daily Star
Depending on where I play, playing against Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard in a midfi eld against those guys is going to be pretty fun,said Donovan. "I can't think of a better match-up."
- Eric Tillman in StarPhoenix
Kent and I love the mentality and toughness he brings to the fi eld,Tillman said. "Starting at two positions in the SEC speaks volumes of his athletic ability. And, in my opinion, that skill set, which includes a big-time arm, is...