- Our ideas today of discourse and archives must be radically modified and can no longer be defined as Foucault painstakingly tried to describe them a mere two decades ago.
- Was it a mere decade ago he was teaching me about history?
- A mere decade ago, we were all stupid, docile sheep.
- He saw her slim frame tense slightly, and the merest hint of a smile, but there was no reply.
- No sir, these are nameless ones without the merest hint of date or place.
- I want to do that slight nod of the head, the merest hint of a smile and have that: ‘we did it’ glow.
Late Middle English (in the senses 'pure' and 'sheer, downright'): from Latin merus 'undiluted'.
Palabras que riman con mereadhere, Agadir, Anglosphere, appear, arrear, auctioneer, austere, balladeer, bandolier, Bashkir, beer, besmear, bier, blear, bombardier, brigadier, buccaneer, cameleer, career, cashier, cavalier, chandelier, charioteer, cheer, chevalier, chiffonier, clavier, clear, Coetzee, cohere, commandeer, conventioneer, Cordelier, corsetière, Crimea, dear, deer, diarrhoea (US diarrhea), domineer, Dorothea, drear, ear, electioneer, emir, endear, engineer, fear, fleer, Freer, fusilier, gadgeteer, Galatea, gazetteer, gear, gondolier, gonorrhoea (US gonorrhea), Greer, grenadier, hand-rear, hear, here, Hosea, idea, interfere, Izmir, jeer, Judaea, Kashmir, Keir, kir, Korea, Lear, leer, Maria, marketeer, Medea, Meir, Melilla, Mia, Mir, mishear, mountaineer, muleteer, musketeer, mutineer, near, orienteer, pamphleteer, panacea, paneer, peer, persevere, pier, Pierre, pioneer, pistoleer, privateer, profiteer, puppeteer, racketeer, ratafia, rear, revere, rhea, rocketeer, Sapir, scrutineer, sear, seer, sere, severe, Shamir, shear, sheer, sincere, smear, sneer, sonneteer, souvenir, spear, sphere, steer, stere, summiteer, Tangier, tear, tier, Trier, Tyr, veer, veneer, Vere, Vermeer, vizier, volunteer, Wear, weir, we're, year, Zaïre
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- This replicates a traditional Maori War Club used by Maori warriors of old.
- A Maori warrior made his mere of greenstone, an igneous rock, and ground one side to a sharp edge.
- The Mere (traditional Maori club) buried in the whales tail is a symbolic act of war.
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