porty

porty

(ˈpɔːtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
resembling port; affected by port
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"Ne porty ploo--habit militair--bonn--bonny a voo, prenny dehors"--were Jos's words--the coat and cap were at last his property.
SYRAH - which displayed generous dark hedgerow fruits and an porty opulence through the midpalate.
Action Porty was granted the right to buy the buildings last year and Bellfield reopened to the community, providing a space for many events and celebrations, so it was perfect for us.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visits Tribe Porty, in Edinburgh, yesterday where she met with women from the Tribe Women Social Enterprise School on the eve of International Women's Day.
Al Houthis are also withholding billions of riyals in trade tarrifs and taxes coming into the Red Sea porty city of Hodeida which is under their control.
"We're down at Porty as often as we can - four sessions a week at the moment as well as other fitness and agility work - trying to make it second nature: diving, walking, jumping, all of it.
Smirnov, Krymskoe khanstvo pod verkhovenstvom Otomanskoi Porty v XVIII stoletii (Odessa: A.
TOP tWEEt No way is someone actually swimming in porty beach..
"Porty has plenty of options with the ball as so many of the squad are genuine all-rounders.
Porty, yet high-pitched aromas of blackberry, kirsch, blueberry and violet are complicated by balsamic and black olive nuances.