Wednesday, 23 July 2014

Pillion



PILLION

-noun
1. a seat or place behind the rider of a motorcycle, scooter, horse, etc.
-adv.
2. on a pillion


























This awkward - and painful - moment
When “riding pillion” has been misunderstood
 

Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Harrow



HARROW

-noun
1. any of various implements used to level the ground, stir the soil, break up clods, destroy weeds, etc., in soil
-verb
2. (trans.) to draw a harrow over (land)
3. (intr.) (of soil) to become broken up through harrowing
4. (trans.) to distress; vex

-verb (trans.)
(archaic)
1. to plunder or ravish
2. Christian religion . to descend into (hell) to rescue righteous souls


























Wind harrows
Breaking up tempests
Into home energy

Monday, 21 July 2014

Comment



COMMENT

-noun
1. a remark, criticism, or observation
2. talk or gossip
3. a note explaining or criticizing a passage in a text
4. explanatory or critical matter added to a text
-verb
5. (when intr., often followed by “on”; when trans, takes a clause as object) . to remark or express an opinion
6. (intr.) to write notes explaining or criticizing a text


























Up on the wall
A fairly accurate comment
On current events