Meaning: tr
düğüm; karıştırmak
Give us peace with your tangled hair: go brush it!
Don't pull, or you'll tangle the threads.
I'm not able to remove the tangles in my hair.
We had left the fertile country behind and beneath us. We looked back on it now, the slanting rays of a low sun turning the streams to threads of gold and glowing on the red earth new turned by the plough and the broad tangle of the woodlands.
My niece Lucia likes to tangle my hair.
Her hair is tangled.
My hair is tangled.
A tangled web they weaved, as they practiced to deceive.
This tangle of roots allows the trees to handle the daily rise and fall of tides, which means that most mangroves get flooded at least twice per day. The roots also slow the movement of tidal waters, causing sediments to settle out of the water and build up the muddy bottom.
As one who, in a tangled brake apart, / on some lithe snake, unheeded in the briar, / hath trodden heavily, and with backward start / flies, trembling at the head uplift in ire / and blue neck, swoln in many a glittering spire. / So slinks Androgeus, shuddering with dismay.
Added on 2014-09-08 | by m1gin | View: 614

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