Adverb. 1. clearly, unambiguously, without embellishment.
2. merely, only.
1. Speaking simply is the best way to be understood.
2. To defend myself against the burglar, I simply shot him.
Eating human flesh, cannibalism.
I wouldn't recommend anthropophagy; people do not taste like chicken.
1. Liquor distilled from a fermented mash of grain, as barley, corn, or rye. From the Gaelic Uisge Beatha, "water of life."
2.A drink of whisky.
Whisky is the water of life.
A vestibule leading to the nave of a church.
1. satisfaction of a duty or debt.
2. rest or a release, esp. death.
"Who would bear the whips and scorns of time . . . when he himself might his quietus make with a bare bodkin?" --Hamlet
a knife, usually bevelled on one side only, with a handle at either end of the blade, used with a pulling stroke for rapid removal of stock.
I took the corners off the block with a drawknife before turning it on the lathe.
"Licentious, lascivious, lewd, and horny" (Josefa Heifetz. Mrs. Byrne's Dictionary. Secaucus: University Books, 1974).
Bill Clinton was the second most pornerastic president ever.