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a
     1. art. One; any indefinite example of; used to denote a singular item of a group.
           There was a man here looking for you yesterday.
     2. art. Used in conjunction with the adjectives score, dozen, hundred, thousand, and million, as a function word.
           I've seen it happen a hundred times.
     3. art. One certain or particular; any single.
           We've received an interesting letter from a Mrs. Miggins of London.
     4. art. The same; one.
           We are of a mind on matters of morals.
     5. art. Any, every; used before a noun which has become modified to limit its scope;
           A man who dies intestate leaves his children troubles and difficulties.
           He fell all that way, and hasn't a bump on his head?
     6. art. Used before plural nouns modified by few, good many, couple, great many, etc.
     7. art. Someone or something like; similar to; Used before a proper noun to create an example out of it.
           The center of the village was becoming a Times Square.
           Stand a tiptoe.
     8. prep. To do with separation; In, into.
           Torn a pieces.
     9. prep. To do with time; Each, per, in, on, by.
           I brush my teeth twice a day.
           A God’s name.
     10. prep. To do with status; In.
           King James Bible (II Chronicles 2:18)
             To set the people a worke.
           1964, Bob Dylan, The Times They Are a-Changin’
             The times, they are a-changin'.
           1611, King James Bible, Hebrews 11-21
             Jacob, when he was a dying
     11. v. (archaic, or slang) Have.
           I'd a come, if you'd a asked.
     12. pron. (obsolete, outside, England, and Scotland dialects) He.
     13. interj. A meaningless syllable; ah.
     14. prep. (archaic, slang) Of.
           The name of John a Gaunt.
     15. adv. (chiefly Scotland) All.
     16. adj. (chiefly Scotland) All.
as a sheriff
he was to a dot
confusion
     1. n. A lack of clarity or order.
     2. n. The state of being confused; misunderstanding.
jumble
     1. v. To mix or confuse.
     2. v. (intransitive) To meet or unite in a confused way.
           I tried to study, but in my half-awake state, all of the concepts seemed to jumble together.
     3. n. A mixture of unrelated things.
     4. n. (British) Items for a rummage sale.
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