- Outside of.
- Without, apart from, except.
- Merely, only.
- Though, however.
- Except (for), excluding. Often preceded by a negation.
- On the contrary, but rather (introducing a word or clause that contrasts with o...
- On the contrary, but rather (introducing a word or clause that contrasts with or contradicts the preceding clause or sentence without the not).
- However, although, nevertheless (implies that the following clause is contrary to prior belief or contrasts with or contradicts the preceding clause or sentence).
- Except that (introducing a subordinate clause which qualifies a negative statement); also, with omission of the subject of the subordinate clause, acting as a negative relative, "except one that", "except such that".
- Without its also being the case that; unless that (introducing a necessary concomitant).
- Except with; unless with; without.
- Only; solely; merely.
- An instance or example of using the word "but".
- The outer room of a small two-room cottage.
- A limit; a boundary.
- The end; especially the larger or thicker end, or the blunt, in distinction from the sharp, end; the butt.
source: Urban Dictionary
- A further bastardisation of the word buddy or bud. The welsh pronounciation the word bud delivers such abruptness on the D it is magically transformed into a letter never heard before by man. It is so mysterious that all one can hear after the clear 'uh' sound of the word is silence due to the incapability of the non-welsh human mind to properly process such a sound. It's closest relative is the letter 'T'. The letter 'T' is therefore acceptably substituted until the rest of the human race is at such a stage that they may understand and therefore develop a symbol for such a letter.