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Adjective
Made up of short lines with small gaps between each one and the next
Verb
Simple past tense for run or travel somewhere in a great hurry
“Must dash now, need to soak my feet in vinegar to toughen them up.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to send through the air especially with a quick forward motion of the arm
“One could observe where the power of the Southern Ocean sweeps its mighty rollers up to dash their force onto the land.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to frustrate
“Chessington and Hook United Football Club has been thrown a lifeline to help recover from debts threatening to dash promotion dreams.”
Verb
Simple past tense for strike forcefully against something
“Not proper rain, not good rain - but a light, spitting rain that came dashing down from the peaks and was too cold to make the grass grow.”
Verb
Simple past tense for to make sad
“… she's always dashed by the failure of her matchmaking efforts.”
Verb
Past participle for run or travel somewhere in a great hurry
“Must dash now, need to soak my feet in vinegar to toughen them up.”
Verb
Past participle for to send through the air especially with a quick forward motion of the arm
“One could observe where the power of the Southern Ocean sweeps its mighty rollers up to dash their force onto the land.”
Verb
Past participle for to frustrate
“Chessington and Hook United Football Club has been thrown a lifeline to help recover from debts threatening to dash promotion dreams.”
Verb
Past participle for strike forcefully against something
“Not proper rain, not good rain - but a light, spitting rain that came dashing down from the peaks and was too cold to make the grass grow.”
Adjective
Having lost confidence or hope
Adverb
Adjective
Defeated of expectation or hope
Verb
To have headed straight towards a specified direction or object, usually at an accelerated speed
Adjective
Sad and dispirited
Phrase
Without hope of recovery
Adjective
Deserving of one's condemnation or displeasure
Adverb
To a great degree
Adjective
Facing certain defeat, disaster, or death
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