View in context, it was something about one of these waiting figures,-some movement, some chance posture,-that presently surprised my attention and awakened a sudden sense of half recognition.We made a long march the remaining part of the day, and, rested at night with five hundred guards on each side of me, half with torches, and half with bows and arrows, ready to shoot me if I should offer to stir.You don't know the half.
A half brother or half sister (rare, of a relative other than a sibling) Related through one common grandparent or ancestor rather than two.One of two equal parts that together constitute a whole.
San Gabriel, CA 91776, arcadia (Baldwin Ave) (626).Tarzan half started as though to rush through the surf and strike out for the already moving steamer; but realizing the futility of so rash an act he halted at the water's edge.Synonyms and Antonyms of half lacking some necessary part half measures that did nothing but prolong the problem.
Partial or incomplete: gave me a half smile.Being one of two equal parts.
Football halfback, origin of half, middle English from Old English healf, part, half, akin to Old Norse halfr, German halb from Indo-European s)kelep-, literally, divided from base an unverified form (s)kel-, to cut from source scalp, skill, helm being either of the two equal parts.Arcadia (Foothill Blvd) (626) E Foothill Blvd, pasadena (626) Huntington Dr #104.Adjective ( not comparable ) Consisting of a moiety, or half (1/2, 50).