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Word: dregs

Definition: sediment in a liquid; lees; worthless residue


Sentences Containing 'dregs'

1" (which garnered the attention of "Rolling Stone"), as well as the later second volume, both of which were self-released in co-operation with Audio Dregs.
Barrois took away the waiter, and hardly was he outside the door, which in his haste he forgot to shut, than they saw him throw back his head and empty to the very dregs the glass which Valentine had filled.
But now the spell had been upon him eight-and-forty hours, and he lay there, doubtless among the dregs of the docks, breathing in the poison or sleeping off the effects.
He drained another glass to the dregs, whilst the cards were being dealt.
Mast has most recently collaborated with former Shudder to Think vocalist Craig Wedren on a record for a Tokyo independent label, Mold Recordings and said to be finishing a follow up solo album for Audio Dregs.
No vivacious Bacchanalian flame leaped out of the pressed grape of Monsieur Defarge: but, a smouldering fire that burnt in the dark, lay hidden in the dregs of it.
Often the slop bowl was used to empty the dregs of the tea cup before refilling with hot tea, because there were often tea leaves left behind in the bottom of the cup.
The bitter cup of adversity has been drained by me to the very dregs, and I feel that the grave is not far distant.
The group debuted by releasing the single "Seventeen Years" on Mast's and his brother Eric's (E*Rock) record label Audio Dregs in the US and Rex Records in the UK.
The late 70's saw the emergence of the Steve Morse led fusion band, The Dixie Dregs.
Two days before the 2005 Paris riots he referred to young criminals of nearby housing projects as "voyous" ("thugs") and "racaille", a slang term which can be translated into English as "rabble", "scum" or "riff-raff", in answer to resident who addressed Sarkozy with ""Quand nous débarrassez-vous de cette racaille?"" (""When will you rid us of these dregs?"") The French Communist Party publication, "L'Humanité", branded this language as inappropriate.
Well known national acts opened for HIM on these occasions including The Dixie Dregs and others.
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