The Collaborative International Dictionary
Arest \A*rest"\, n.
A support for the spear when couched for the attack. [Obs.]
Usage examples of "arest".
I opted for helping drag the nearest corpses outside the ring of wagons.
I was still finding it hard to see how he and Arest managed to work together so well, given the contrast between the commander’s uncompromising use of his authority to achieve things and the way Lessay accomplished his results with good-humored jokes and encouragement.
Heads turned all around and a voice called out from the wall walk, the sentry quickly reassured by Arest.
You and Shiv, take the boat, take ’Sar and as many troops as Arest can spare you.
They had barely joined the nearest one when a voice said, “Cattermole!
Hermione had not packed any food in her magical bag, as she had assumed that they would be returning to Grimmauld Place that night, so they had had nothing to eat except some wild mushrooms that Hermione had collected from amongst the nearest trees and stewed in a Billycan.
Now, however, was not the moment to cast doubt on Hermione’s theory, not when she was so surprisingly willing to fall in with Harry’s dearest wish.
Keeping his hand closed tightly on the wand in his jacket pocket, Harry moved toward the nearest grave.
A single cobweb stretched over the nearest window across the bloodred sky.
He pulled himself up no the nearest chair, looked around through lopsided horn-rimmed glasses, and said, “Am I too late?
Closer to, tree-clad hills hunched defiant shoulders beneath the infinite blue skies, steep bulwarks drawn up close beneath serried spines grudging the barest suggestion of a beach to the all-encompassing seas.
His hair was shadow darker than those rarest of nights when lesser and greater moons both quit the sky for mysteries of their own.
The grey stone cut into the land like a knife blade, shallow enough to step up nearest the hargeard but rising into the distance until it reached five and six times the height of a man.
A shadow caught my eye and as I looked through the yellowed membranes of the nearest window, several furtive figures passed between the blurred outlines of the house and outbuildings.
We didn't bother with the ladders, each grabbing a braided leather rope and sliding through the nearest trap to the floor below.