lock, wreath, plume
*: "Give me the key," said my mother; and though the lock was very stiff, she had turned it and thrown back the lid in a twinkling.
*: ...the application must first acquire a lock on a file or a portion of a file before reading data and modifying it.
*: Here the canal came to a check, ending abruptly with a large lock.
*: "I never saw such a gun in my life," replied poor Winkle, looking at the lock, as if that would do any good.
*: Even though he had not yet done so, Jack felt he had a lock on the game.
*: Brian thinks shes a lock to get a scholarship somewhere.
*: Albemarle Street closed by a lock of carriages
: ux|en|If you put the brakes on too hard, the wheels will lock.
: ux|en|Remember to lock the door when you leave.
: ux|en|This door locks with a key.
: ux|en|with his hands locked behind his back
: ux|en|We locked arms and stepped out into the night.
: ux|en|a pop and lock routine
*: If I consent to burn them, will you promise faithfully neither to send nor receive a letter again, nor a book (for I perceive you have sent him books), nor locks of hair, nor rings, nor playthings?
: ux|en|a wreath of smoke; a wreath of clouds
: At the funeral, a circle of comrades wreathed the grave of the honored deceased.
*: I unsealed the vial mystical,
I outpoured the liquid thing,
And while the smoke came wreathing out,
I stood unshuddering.
*: wings ... of many a coloured plume
*: his high plume, that nodded oer his head
*: ambitious to win from me some plume
*: pluming her wings among the breezy bowers
: He plumes himself on his skill.
: rfquotek|Francis Bacon
*: Farewell the plumed troop.
: Smoke plumed from his pipe then slowly settled towards the floor.
*: We mention this observation, not with any view of pretending to account for so odd a behaviour, but lest some critic should hereafter plume himself on discovering it.