Elenge

El´enge


a.1.Sorrowful; wretched; full of trouble.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The text, touching several times on a measured emotional landscape, repeatedly advises against seeming sorrowful or sad; it warned its young readers against being "C to[o] curties, to[o] cruel, ne care to sore," "E to[o] elenge," (32) and "H to[o] hasti...
(32) The MED entry for "elenge" links the sentiment with being "wretched, miserable, unhappy" or "sad."
The Yeltz will welcome back striker Zema Abbey today after his seven-week lay-off with an ankle injury while deadline signings Milton Elenge and Tom Piotrowski are also in contention.
Congolese midfielder Elenge, a former Birmingham City youngster, has been playing with Millwall reserves while striker Piotrowski arrives on loan from Reading.
Maison made a deadline day addition to his squad by snapping up 6ft 2" midfielder Milton Elenge from Millwall.
Morell Maison hopes the beat-the-deadline capture of former Birmingham City youngster Milton Elenge will be the final piece of Halesowen Town's championship jigsaw.