"See you later".
This doesn't mean we scare the hell out of kids with gruesome stories of the monster lurking at the end of the cul de sac.
The fact is we had arrived at the point where the student of Irish life usually finds himself in a cul de sac.
"You know it, cul—go to 't," was Billy Byrne's laconic rejoinder.
He declined a chair or stool, and waited, looking out at the door into the cul de sac street that led to Sapps Court, opposite.
Why then may not poor cul de Jatte turn his penny with the crowd?
The ravine was a sort of cul de sac, that entered the mountain in a slanting direction, and ended at the bottom of the cliff.
"That must be a cul de sac," he said, and turned to the eager-eyed chauffeur.
cul′verineer; Dem′i-cul′verin, a 9-pounder, weighing 30 cwt.
The index cavity is a cul de sac, into which the forefinger is to be hooked when the implement is in use.
cul es la situacin de esa industria con respecto a la de la lana?