Hence (1) Ripping, ppl. ada#39;. of frost or cold: sharp, cutting; (2) Riprended, ppl.a j. of loaves: split or broken in baking; (3) Ripstick or Ripstitch, aa#39;romping, boisterous child; a harum-scaru ... With down or out: to take down or undo work that is insufficient, or that has been badly done. 51:. ... To run with great speed; to work with energy; to rush out violently; freq. with ... He does rip out if you say a word ( J.P.K.).
|Title||:||The English dialect dictionary, being the complete vocabulary of all dialect words still in use, or known to have been in use during the last two hundred years|
|Publisher||:||Рипол Классик -|