One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I'd have sworn he was still burning the way his body shone. Barr's tone is homely, gnarled, wintrily pastoral.’
- ‘Its own crushed infinity of crystals, its own richness of tiny sculpture, fills it, when regarded near at hand, with wonderful depths of coloured shadow, and, though wintrily transformed, it is still water, and has watery tones of blue.’
- ‘You'll see ice palaces of crystal-clear beauty, which will lead you even on hot summer days into a wintrily world of ice.’
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