« 이전계속 »
If ever man brings me my First for dinner, He'll get my Last, as sure as I'm a sinner.
1. Black singers.
2. Farmers' dread.
3. The first.
4. In Lincolnshire.
5. Highland dance.
My First was made for fools they say,
1. And this is all that we can say, Whether at meals, at work or play.
2. See him! bounding o'er the plain ! Follow him I do in vain.
3. These are diamonds and no paste, You might think so in your haste.
4. To see my Fourth I'm in no hurry, Amidst the general rush and skurry. U. P. O.
1. To eat, this thing is rather sweet. 2. A plant from here is quite a treat. 3. See him senseless on the ground. 4. She her uncle sought and found. 5. Sometimes called a piece of land And oft sent as a reprimand.
My First holds
My Second surrounds my First.
1. An American city.
4. A mistake.
5. A home.
My First's his own builder,
And makes him a house,
Into which, when he pleases, he in goes: It keeps him quite snug
Both from cold and from rain,
And has several doors but no windows.
1. A teetotaller.
2. A Canton.
3. An edge.
4. A trade.
5. A villain.
6. A boy's toy.
My First bears my Second,
1. With me to write you try.
R. & G. G.
Clinging and slender is my First,
How oft alas! my Next has caused
1. O'er hill and dale, by mount and vale, 'Tis this the weary seek to win.
2. The world's great fight, had passed from sight, Again the Trojan's games begin.
3. Sweet nightingale, you ne'er can fail
A very slashing article, my Last;
Not so my First! Quite the reverse of fast.
1. The height of wretchedness.
When hard it rains let others shoot and ride, But we'll stay cosy by the fireside.
1. My First is a measure of porter.
4. My Fourth is a Great Western Station.
It takes five of my First to make one of my Last,
1. A term for master in a far off state.