Other definitions for orth- (2 of 3)
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How to use orth- in a sentence
They spent the night together, but did not have sex, Orth writes.
She is said to have told him “Very well done,” which Orth says he took as an insult because it implied he was “her junior.”
The message came from church leaders, who told her Cruise wanted a partner who “has her own power, like Nicole,” Orth reports.
After the incident, Cruise became withdrawn and essentially checked out of the relationship, according to Orth.
One source told Orth that Cruise brought in his hairstylist for Boniadi and wanted her incisor teeth filed down.
If you have, you haven't got your two-pen'orth, that's certain.'Sarah's School Friend|May Baldwin
"Not while I've a ha'p'orth o' brains in my noddle," replied Sedgett, drawling an imitation of his enemy's courteous tone.Rhoda Fleming, Complete|George Meredith
By my reckonin' the Dearsley man won't take me; so me an' Orth'ris'll see fair play.
But I may tell you, Orth'ris an' you, Learoyd, that av all the palanquins ours was the most imperial an' magnificent.
Orth'ris began rowlin' his eyes an' crackin' his fingers an' dancin' a step-dance for to impress the Headman.