porty

porty

(ˈpɔːtɪ)
adj, -tier or -tiest
resembling port; affected by port
References in classic literature ?
Ne porty ploo--habit militair--bonn--bonny a voo, prenny dehors"--were Jos's words--the coat and cap were at last his property.
Tribe Porty describes itself as a community hub to work, make, share and live better.
Quite porty in the mouth, it has weighty tannins which mask the fruit a touch.
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, yet high-pitched aromas of blackberry, kirsch, blueberry and violet are complicated by balsamic and black olive nuances.
87% of the shares; Poland's leading airport operator PP Porty Lotnicze, with a 17.
The interior has the same porty feel and features a lack dashboard, aluminium ports pedals, leather and Alatara upholstery, a mouldd steering wheel with red or white stitching and kick plate with the Quadrofoglio Verde ogo.
The most important explanation for the lack of proper representation of females has been the lack of willingness to nominate them as porty candidates by the major political parties, particularly by the parties which are better placed in the political sphere of the state due to various factors and especially due to their lack of winnability.