sully

suomi-englanti sanakirja

sully englannista suomeksi

  1. tahrata, vetää lokaan, mustata, häpäistä

  2. mustaantua

  3. häväistä

  1. Verbi

  2. liata, tahrata

  3. liata

  4. Substantiivi

sully englanniksi

  1. Sully

  1. To soil or stain; to dirty.

  2. (synonyms)

    (ux)

  3. (quote-book) &91;(w)&93;|chapter=The Sixth Ode, of the Third Book of ''Horace''|title=Poems by the Earl of Roscomon|location=London|publisher=Tonson|Jacob Tonson|year_published=1717|lines=1–6|page=153|pageurl=https://archive.org/stream/earlofros00roscpage/153|passage=THoſe Ills your Anceſtors have done, / ''Romans,'' are now become your own ; / And they will coſt you dear, / Unleſs you ſoon repair / The falling Temples which the Gods provoke, / And Statues ſully’d yet with Sacrilegious Smoke.

  4. (RQ:Cooper Last of the Mohicans)

  5. To corrupt or damage.

  6. (quote-book) would later conclude that it was a mistake for him to expand into the (w) matter, largely because of the disastrous impact it would have on his controversy|Whitewater/Madison investigation and in sullying his otherwise sterling professional reputation.

  7. (quote-book)|editor=Jill Kriegel|title=Eyre|Jane Eyre: With an Introduction and Contemporary Criticism|series=Ignatius Critical Editions|location=San Francisco, Calif.|publisher=(w)|year=2014|page=569|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=x693BwAAQBAJ&pg=PA569|isbn=978-1-58617-699-0|passage=As a child, Jane Eyre is completely bereft of love, living a loveless existence, which sullies her character. Her emotions are raw and, on the surface, completely out of control.

  8. To become soiled or tarnished.

  9. (quote-book)

  10. A blemish.

  11. (RQ:Shakespeare Hamlet Q1-2)

  12. (RQ:Spectator)

  13. (quote-journal); published for the proprietors, at the Literary Gazette Office, London|Strand; sold also by Bell and Bradfute, Edinburgh; John Cumming, Dublin; and all other booksellers, newsmen, &c.|date=9 August 1823|issue=342|page=507|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=scE6AQAAMAAJ&pg=PA507|column=3|oclc=276732578|passage=Roses, ere their crimson breast / Throws aside its green moss vest; / Young hearts, or ere toil, or care, / Or gold, has left a sully there.