dibyn, dibynnau, ddibyn, ddibynnau, nibyn, nibynnau
Noun(1) a region marking a boundary(2) the edge of a steep place(3) the limit beyond which something happens or changes
(1) a hapless dictator teetering on the brink(2) I took a seat on the brink of the pond and ran my hand along the warm water.(3) the brink of the cliffs(4) I am now finding myself on a deserted beach on the brink of a saline washout.(5) The young brave soon found he was on the brink of a cliff hanging high over a wide river.(6) the club has come close to the brink, surviving winding-up orders(7) It didn't feel like she was on the brink of a cliff about to fall off.(8) the country was on the brink of a constitutional crisis(9) At last he implored Edgar to guide him to the brink of a cliff so that he could throw himself off.(10) She stood on the brink of a waterfall, the icy cold river rushed about her waist.(11) at the brink of the pond I hesitated
(1) on the brink of :: ar fin
2. verge ::
ymyl y ffordd
3. threshold ::
Different Formsbrink, brinks
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