I was wearing a lacy black nightgown and rive Gauche by St. Laurent when I let him in.
I wouldna care if ye were to rive horse and beast and a' from me now.
He gave up his entire day to showing us the beauties of the rive Gauche.
It began at its northernly end in 1855 as boulevard Sbastopol, rive Gauche.
It has no certain Grain; and it is almost impossible to split or rive it.
In agony that seemed to rive her heart she closed her eyes lest he might see in them the anguish she knew was there.
To employ a metaphor, theirs was a versatility which "could pick up a needle or rive an oak!"
On Friday afternoon, when we were taking a walk along the quais of the rive Gauche, we had no suspicion what was going to happen.
On his helmet the rubies did he rive; The stroke went through the helmet for it reached unto the flesh.
There was a lightning in his eye that seemed to rive the spectator.
"tear in pieces, strike asunder," c.1200, from a Scandinavian source akin to Old Norse rifa "to tear apart" (cf. Swedish rifva, Danish rive "scratch, tear"), from PIE root *rei- "to scratch, tear, cut" (see riparian).