merrythought


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mer·ry·thought

 (mĕr′ē-thôt′)
n. Chiefly British
A wishbone.

merrythought

(ˈmɛrɪˌθɔːt)
n
(Cookery) Brit a less common word for wishbone
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But, Manda of The Merrythought blog had a more substantial project in mind when she created this bed-sized swing (see photo, opposite page) using a pair of pallets.
Frank Hornby's beloved Meccano is also among the designs, along with other classic products including the Merrythought bear; Spirograph; Stickle Bricks; W Britain toy figures; Space Hopper; Fuzzy-Felt and Hornby Dublo trains.
The inclusion of Merrythought bears will celebrate the Shropshire-based company's recognisable teddies, which quickly attracted high-end retailers such as Harrods in the 1930s and continue to be produced today.
The Sindy doll and Action Man are also among the designs, along with other classic products including the Merrythought bear; Spirograph; Stickle Bricks; W Britain toy figures; Space Hopper and fuzzy-felt.
Also featured are the Merrythought Bears, from the Shropshirebased firm that started production in 1930 and continues making teddies to this day.
A merrythought is a rare name for which part of a bird?
1607), (1) Old Merrythought, perhaps best described as a burlesque character whose life is given over to song and mirth, sings the following lines:
In the 1990s, Merrythought re-issued a limited edition replica of Mr Whoppit, with his original red jacket sporting the Bluebird motif.
Athletes condemned the trade as racist and demanded that the Olympic Games contract with manufacturers Merrythought should be scrapped.
Let him stay at home and sing for his dinner', advises Mistress Merrythought about her highly musical husband, Old Merrythought, who believes in achieving mirth and health through much singing, a good portion of which has the pretext of conviviality, in particular, drinking.
Probably English, the auctioneer reckons possibly Merrythought and made in the 1920s, Super Ted comes to the Liverpool sale from a private home on the Wirral.