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Alternative clues for the word lari
Gulls, terns, etc.
Word definitions for lari in dictionaries
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Lari \Lari\ prop. n. A suborder of birds including the gulls; terns; jaegers; and skimmers. Syn: suborder Lari.
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. The national currency of Georgia, divided into 100 tetri.
Word definitions in WordNet
n. the basic unit of money in Georgia gulls; terns; jaegers; skimmers [syn: suborder Lari ]
Word definitions in Wikipedia
The suborder Lari is the part of the order Charadriiformes which includes the gulls , terns , skuas and skimmers , with the waders and snipes making up the rest of the order. Following recent research, the auks are now placed into the Lari too; the family...
Usage examples of lari.
Henri assured them, deferring the task of seating Laris to Dom, since he was clearly intent on doing the job himself.
Lari was looking at Jack Matthews, and knew that whatever chance there might have been for him to know Lari Matsi in the biblical sense had just gone up in smoke.
I will bet twenty dollars to a doughnut that when the convoy gets under way, Lari will be in the front seat of same with J.
Geezl had become the victim of a skilled trickster by the name of Lari Afriq.
And who was that woman who looked so much like her and whom Laris was certain she knew?
He enjoyed seeing Laris with her prim and proper exterior peeled away.
Teasing a cold Laris to warmth could prove to be a vastly amusing pastime.
Before Laris could escape him he had grabbed her about her waist, easily flipped her face-down on the blanket and lifted her by the hips until she was pulled tightly against him.
He would never have agreed to Dom forging the sorts of bonds with Laris that would allow him mental control over her here on this physical plane.
Dom would make sure that Laris stayed far away from the perverse bastard.
Her knees were weak, but Laris could not blame her shaky legs and vague vertigo on the elevator.
Yet, recalling all he did of his past triumphs, he was still surprised by what happened when their lips truly met for the first time: Startled to near clarity at the sudden reality of this first intimacy, Laris gasped and half turned her face from him.
His hair, like streams of moonlight, poured over Laris in a white stream, closing them both into a private world.
In fact, it was so delightful that he forgot to keep control and his feelings washed out over Laris in a smothering wave.
It was a shiny white moth, Laris saw through slitted eyes, battering itself to death on the cold glass, trying vainly to get at the small light burning on the table.