Crossword clues for sord
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Sord \Sord\ (? or ?), n.
See Sward. [R.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"flock of mallards," 15c., perhaps from sord (v.) "to take flight," from Old French sordre "arise, stand up," from Latin surgere "to rise" (see surge (n.)).
n. 1 (context rare English) A flock of mallards 2 (obsolete form of sward English)
Usage examples of "sord".
Kirk moved to the railing, saw that Sord and Lara had joined the argument.
This time, no one was hit except Sord, who simply brushed the sizzling embers off his hide.
With Sord carrying the still dazed Spock, they hurriedly abandoned the smoking cart.
Kirk looked in the direction Sord was looking, toward a thicket of bushes.
Obviously the rest and shelter he had enjoyed while riding Sord had done him much good.
Getting his balance, he looked backward as Sord let out one of his now familiar rumbling laughs.
He stared across at their massive companion, but Sord stepped back, shaking his shovel-like head.
Below, Sord found himself drifting, too, but had reacted more rapidly than any of them.
Tchar would cut the clumsy Sord to pieces before the reptile could get a grip on him.
The action sent her spinning, but Sord caught the loop easily and puBed her in.
Babylon you will be cut down by the sord of decency and money will not save your dirty life this time but you better have money ready you whore of evil I will come to you and you will no the truth and I will set you free.
Shameless whore of Babylon you will be cut down by the sord of decency and money will not save your dirty life this time but you better have money ready you whore of evil I will come to you and you will no the truth and I will set you free.
Wiznae in the mood fur eny nonsense, so I took a swipe at it with ma sord and chopt one of its wings aff.
Insted he brings oot this funny wee thing like a cat or a munkey, aw cuverd in blak fur wi a pear aw wee blak wings on its bak an cros-eyes, an he stiks it on ma showdder an ses 'Thare you go my boy,' an I wiz a bit leery ken, cos it wiz an ugly wee bugir an sittin gie cloase tae ma heid, but a stil had ma sord at the majishin's throte, so I lookd at this skely-eyed thing an sed 'whare's this auld bugir's gold then?
So Link carefully copied down in the log the three coordinates of Sord Three, and hunted up its proper solar motion, and put that in the log, and then put the figures for Trent in the computer and copied the answer in the log, too.