- yn unigyn unigllynnoedd
Noun(1) a small pond of standing water
Adjective(1) being nothing more than specified(2) apart from anything else; without additions or modifications
(1) She couldn't bring herself to tell Cassie what had happened a mere hour ago.(2) Unfortunately, this contradicts what the president said a mere three days ago.(3) However, just a few decades ago, the mere mention of weight training was taboo in a lot of the popular sports.(4) He definitely was not drunk now, but mere moments ago, he had seemed to be as drunk as an alcoholic.(5) Never let the parents know, he had warned what seemed like mere glasses ago.(6) Clearly, the whole thing was a mere idea two weeks ago, and already demolition has begun.(7) A mere decade ago, we were all stupid, docile sheep.(8) the stream widens into a mere where hundreds of geese gather(9) Was it a mere decade ago he was teaching me about history?(10) It was actually quite funny to him how the bullet weapons had seemed so advanced to him a mere seven moths ago.(11) The smile I had mere seconds ago was replaced with a look of uneasiness.(12) Sure, I'm stating the obvious, but it wasn't this way a mere year ago, was it?(13) Rush, mere months ago the sweetest swingman in the country, now looks scared and confused on the court.(14) It somehow reminded her so much of feelings that had only slipped through her fingers mere weeks ago.(15) A mere eight years ago, France was brought to its knees by crippling strikes when the government tried to force through pension reforms.(16) The cause of her current angst came from the collapsing of her younger brother inside their home a mere three days ago.
(1) mere words :: eiriau yn unig
1. no more than ::
dim mwy na
2. just ::
3. only ::
5. no better than ::
ddim gwell na
6. a paltry ::
7. a measly ::
8. an insignificant ::
9. an ordinary ::
10. a minor ::
plentyn dan oed
11. a little ::
12. a piddling ::
13. a piffling ::
Different Formsmere, merely, meres
Word Example from TV Shows
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The MERE suggestion that the queen's brother
tried to kill your boy
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
for her MERE presence in it"?
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 14
But that was MERE poetry.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 2
It's a MERE 28 steps
from the building entrance.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 9
a MERE geisha,
Westworld Season 2, Episode 5
English to Welsh Dictionary: mere
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