Poetry — by definition
A new blog, Webster's Daily, celebrates found poetry from the first edition of Noah Webster's
American Dictionary of the English Language (1828).
Blink of ice, is the dazzling whiteness about the horizon, occasioned by the reflection of light from fields of ice at sea.
A word used in calling.
Among seamen, it is the answer to one that hails, equivalent to,
I hear, and am ready.
A sloping plain between ridges of mountains. [Not in use.]