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Definition of "giles" []

  • Saint. 7th century ad, Greek hermit in France; patron saint of cripples, beggars, and lepers. Feast day: Sept 1 (noun)
  • William Ernest Powell. 1835–97, Australian explorer, born in England. He was noted esp for his exploration of the western desert (1875–76) (noun)

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Use "giles" in a sentence
  • "I think there is a problem with nepotism in the national dead tree media village, journalists such as giles coren throw a hissy fit at editors and others generally suffer from the unpleasant bloom of incredible arrogance."
  • "Are there really teaching methods that completely eschew “sound it out” components? giles Says:"
  • "Or do you all live in a perpetual monsoon? giles miller Says:"
  • "Are there really teaching methods that completely eschew “sound it out” components? giles Says:"
  • "#[email protected] Ase: I think they were blocking him more fron the angles than TB, TB is one of the teams that giles can block a trade to."
  • "#[email protected] Waits: I was assuming that Boston would not pick up his option and Giles would return to the Pads for $6 mil plus the 3 from Boston, ultimately saving the pads $3mil in their 09 payroll so it was kind of win win, giles comes back to SD making the same amount he would have if he stayed and SD gets $3mil more to improve the bullpen and or get a 5th starter."