garrick

IPA: gˈɛrɪk

Root Word: Garrick

noun

  • An English habitational surname from Old English from Garwick in Lincolnshire.
  • A male given name from Old English.
  • An English surname originating as a patronymic.
  • Synonym of leerfish

Examples of "garrick" in Sentences

  • Email: tristan. garrick (at) dma (dot) org (dot) uk
  • /15 Email: tristan. garrick (at) dma. org (dot) uk/rachel (at) dma. org (dot) uk
  • Micou was a corpulent man of about fifty years of age, with a low, cunning look, a pimply nose, and bloated cheeks; he wore an otter-skin cap, and was wrapped up in an old green garrick.
  • Â We see the world preparing for another “Flash Day,” this one made all the more special by the return of Mr. Allen, and we’re treated to an annoying sequence in which Jay garrick insists that “Barry Allen MADE me the Flash.”
  • If you truly believe that Obama should not be president, if you truly believe there is no greater pain than seeing a primary opponent win the general election, then this sacrifice can only be considered a modest price for your convictions. garrick

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