1. sliced bread that has been browned by dry heat.
1. an instance of seeing or beholding; visual inspection.
2. a sight or prospect of a landscape, the sea, etc.: His apartment affords a view of the park.
1. covered or saturated with water or another liquid.
2. characterized by the presence or use of water or other liquid.
romanticism ro·man·ti·cism [roh-man-tuh-siz-uhm]
1. romantic spirit or tendency.
2. the theory, practice, and style of the romantic art, music, and literature of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, usually opposed to classicism.
candle can·dle [kan-dl]
1. a long, usually slender piece of tallow or wax with an embedded wick that is burned to give light.
2. something resembling a candle in appearance or use.
willow wil·low [wil-oh]
1. any of numerous salicaceous trees and shrubs of the genus Salix, such as the weeping willow and osiers of N temperate regions, which have graceful flexible branches, flowers in catkins, and feathery seeds.
1. the ancient Roman god of war and agriculture, identified with the Greek god Ares.
2. Astronomy. the planet fourth in order from the sun, having a diameter of 4222 miles (6794 km), a mean distance from the sun of 141.6 million miles (227.9 million km), a period of revolution of 686.95 days, and two moons.
1. (of a woman or girl) having fair hair and usually fair skin and light eyes.
1. a person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard.
2. a person who gives assistance; patron; supporter: friends of the Boston Symphony.
–verb (used without object)
1. to join lips in respect, affection, love, passion, etc.: They kissed passionately.
2. to express a thought, feeling, etc., by a contact of the lips: They kissed good-bye at the station.