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1881, Tarafa, translated by W. A. Clouston, ''The Poem of Tarafa''
- I consider time as a treasure decreasing every night; and that which every day diminishes soon perishes for ever.
To decay in such a way that it can't be used for its original purpose
2015, Christopher Cumo, ''Foods that Changed History''
- The difficulty is that fresh foods perish due to the multiplication in them of harmful bacteria.
To die; to cease to live.
(RQ:Defoe Crusoe)the ship struck upon a sand, and (..) the sea broke over her in such a manner that we expected we should all have perished immediately; and we were immediately driven into our close quarters, to shelter us from the very foam and spray of the sea.
To cause to perish.
(RQ:Bacon Of Friendshi)
*that closeness did impair and a little perish his understanding
1898, William Pett Ridge, ''By Order of the Magistrate'', page 209:
- "Leggo my shou&39;der, I tell you! Leggo!" He struggled with her, and the customers came forward. "Chrise! I&39;ll perish you, if you ain&39;t careful!" He turned suddenly,...