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- hacks, hacking, or something done by a hacker.
- Game-deciding luck-based events in battles
- To stretch; stretch out.
- To reach out; reach or attain to.
- To extend the hand to; hand or pass something.
- To perform the act of reaching or stretching; stretch one's self; reach for or try to obtain something
- To stretch after sleep.
- A tool, similar to a hatchet, used to prepare slate for roofing.
- Braced aback
- Braced aback
- The pin or spindle on which a wheel revolves, or which revolves with a wheel.
- A transverse bar or shaft connecting the opposite wheels of a car or carriage; an axletree.
- An axis; as, the Sun’s axle.
- The substance which remains after a metal or mineral has been thoroughly burnt, seen as being the essential substance left after the expulsion of phlogiston.
- (Now recognised as being) the oxide left after calcination of a metal.
- calcium oxide
- In the Eton College wall game, an area at the end of the field where a shy can be scored by lifting the ball against the wall with one's foot.
- To fondle, kid, pet, tease.
- To wheedle, persuade (a person, organisation, animal etc.) gradually or by use of flattery to do something.
- To carefully manipulate into a particular desired state, situation or position.
- A simpleton; a dupe.
- The basal segment of a limb of various arthropods (insects and spiders, for example).
- popular opinion or belief
- of especially when meaning test or in compound terms.
- a short Dacian sword that resembles a sickle
- A curved fold or process of the dura mater or the peritoneum, especially one of the partition-like folds of the dura mater which extend into the great fissures of the brain.
- Fake or artificial
- To deceive (someone) by making them believe something which has been maliciously or mischievously fabricated. (scam)
- Anything deliberately intended to deceive or trick.
- A diminutive of the male name Max.
- A diminutive of the female name Maxine.
- Dried leaves of an Asian species of mugwort, as used in moxibustion.
- Any other plant used in moxibustion.
- The distal end of the mandibles of a bird.
- a monoaxial spicule which is pointed at both ends
- A city in Tunisia.
- of A star in the constellation Crux the Southern Cross
- A type of affix that is attached to the outside of a stem (an existing word), to form a new word. The adfix category branches into prefixes (ones which appear before the stem) and suffixes (ones which appear after the stem).
- To mingle with something else; to mix.
- A woman's headband (sometimes of metal), for binding the front hair in Ancient Greece.
- An addition, an extension.
- An appendix.
- An addition or extension to a building.
- An addition to the territory of a country or state, from a neighbouring country or state, normally by military force.
- To add something to another thing; to incorporate.
- To attach or connect, as a consequence, condition, etc.
- To join; to be united.
- disorder; irregularity
- A class of plant growth substance (often called phytohormones or plant hormones) which play an essential role in coordination of many growth and behavioral processes in the plant life cycle.
- Of or pertaining to an axis; of the nature of, or resembling, an axis; around an axis.
- Belonging to the axis of the body, or to the axis of any appendage or organ
- In the same direction as the axis, parallel to the axis.
- A flight feather that appears between the primaries and secondaries on some birds.
- A plane parallel to the surface of a tooth.
- Situated in the axis of anything; as an embryo which lies in the axis of a seed.
- An assault carried out with an axe.
- A type of smokeless gunpowder
- Terminal branch of an axon
- Having (a specified number or kind of) axles.
- name transferred from the surname.
- The divalent functional group of general formula R-N=NO-R'; such compounds are considered the oxides of azo compounds
- An inflammatory disease of sheep.
- Meat from sheep that have died from this disease, or that have died from accident or disease in general.
- sick with braxy
- A cup-like structure in the mammalian kidney.
- The outermost whorl of flower parts, comprising the sepals, when it is not the same in appearance as the next such whorl (the corolla).
- The crown of a crinoid.
- sciatic (relating to the hip)
- Relating to a coxite
- To remove wax from a material or from a surface.
- A canelike grass of southern Europe ( used for fishing rods, etc.
- Precisely agreeing with a standard, a fact, or the truth; perfectly conforming; neither exceeding nor falling short in any respect.
- Habitually careful to agree with a standard, a rule, or a promise; accurate; methodical; punctual.
- Precisely or definitely conceived or stated; strict.
- Such that the kernel of one homomorphism is the image of the preceding one.
- To demand and enforce the payment or performance of, sometimes in a forcible or imperative way.
- To make desirable or necessary.
- To forcibly obtain or produce.
- She's wearing the exact same sweater as I am!
- To honor; to hold in high esteem.
- To raise in rank, status etc., to elevate.
- A license or permit for absence from a college or a religious house (such as a monastery).
- A permission which a bishop grants to a priest to go out of his diocese.
- A district of the Bahamas consisting of over 365 islands and cays, including Great and Little Exuma.
- Having a head of hair; hairy.
- Like flax; flaxen.
- Any of several small, paenungulate herbivorous mammals, of the order Hyracoidea, with a bulky frame and fang-like incisors; they are native to Africa and the Middle East.
- In a lax manner; without rigor or strictness.
- A diminutive of the male name Max.
- A diminutive of the female name Maxine.
- An island in the center of the Cyclades
- A town in Greece located on an homonymous island.
- Relating to a nexus.
- A tablet or register.
- A list or scheme inscribed on a tablet.
- A hernia, varicocele, or any scrotal tumor.
- To calm down.
- To make something loose.
- To become loose.
- To make something less severe or tense.
- To become less severe or tense.
- To make something (such as codes and regulations) more lenient.
- To become more lenient.
- To relieve (something) from stress.
- To relieve from constipation; to loosen; to open.
- Subject to taxation.
- One who taxes.
- One of two officers chosen yearly to regulate the assize of bread, and to see the true gauge of weights and measures is observed.
- To remove a tax from.
- a varicose, i.e. swollen and knotted, vein
- In a particular on the corresponding to a former position of the
- Of an object, coated or treated with wax in order to make it shiny or waterproof, or to protect it.
- plural simple present form of
- Made of wax; covered with wax.
- Of or pertaining to wax.
- Having the pale smooth characteristics of wax, waxlike, waxy.
- Easily effaced, as if written in wax.
- A device used to apply wax.
- A person who applies wax.
- Something that waxes (grows larger as opposed to waning).
- A non-Mayan indigenous people of Mesoamerica with communities in the southern portion of Guatemala, near its border with El Salvador, and in the mountainous region to the north.
- Their language, generally considered a language isolate.
- A polysaccharide, consisting of xylose residues, found in the cell walls of some algae and plants.
- The appendages of an organ.
- an upward rush of fluid
- The rise in water level (above normal) on the upstream side of a bridge or obstruction caused when the effective flow area at the obstruction is less than the natural width of the stream immediately upstream of the obstruction.
- Related to, or afflicted with alexia
- A protective substance that exists in the serum or other bodily fluid and is capable of killing microorganisms; complement.
- name, transferred from the male name and used since the 1940s.
- A condition in which a tissue or environment is severely or totally deprived of oxygen, severe hypoxia.
- Suffering from a reduced supply of oxygen.
- Lacking oxygen.
- Lack of coordination while performing voluntary movements, which may appear to be clumsiness, inaccuracy, or instability.
- The condition of a polymer in which the orientation of the subunits is random
- Disorder; irregularity.
- Pertaining to ataxia.
- A man who wields an axe.
- A musician who plays a guitar or saxophone.
- Containing only a single species of microorganism. For example, an "axenic culture" is a pure grown sample of the organism in question.
- Isolated from organisms of any other species.
- of Mistakenly used for the plural of
- Resembling an ax.
- Of or pertaining to an axon.
- Relating to axons.
- Fat; grease; especially the fat of pigs or geese; usually (Pharm.), lard prepared for medical use.
- a city in Georgia, USA
- A casino employee who supervises the craps table.
- A junction of four roads.
- The main intersection in a town.
- name="OED"/> An enlargement of the stem, branch or root of a woody plant, usually serving to store water.
- Any book printed by the first English printer.
- a hamlet in Saskatchewan, Canada, named after Colfax, Iowa.
- a city in California, USA
- a village in Illinois, USA.
- a small town in Indiana, USA.
- a city in Iowa, USA.
- a town in Louisiana, USA, and parish seat of
- an unincorporated community in North Carolina, USA.
- a small city in North Dakota, USA.
- a small unincorporated community in Texas, USA.
- a town in Washington, USA
- a town and village in Wisconsin, USA.
- A lascivious dance featuring in Ancient Greek comedy.
- Good or established order or arrangement.
- A bet in which the bettor must correctly pick the two runners who finish first and second, in the correct order.
- In the Byzantine Empire, a governor of a distant province.
- In the Eastern Christian Churches, the deputy of a patriarch, or a bishop who holds authority over other bishops without being a patriarch.
- In these same churches, a bishop appointed over a group of the faithful not yet large enough or organized enough to constitute an eparchy or diocese.
- To exchange; used with reference to transfers of land.
- A semicircular recess, with stone benches, used as a place for discussion.
- A curved bench with a high back.
- To change (something) from a smaller form and/or size to a larger one.
- To increase the extent, number, volume or scope of (something).
- To express (something) at length and/or in detail.
- To rewrite (an expression) as a longer, yet equivalent sum of terms.
- To multiply both the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by the same natural number yielding a fraction of equal value
- To (be) change(d) from a smaller form/size to a larger one.
- To (be) increase(d) in extent, number, volume or scope.
- To speak or write at length or in detail.
- To feel generous or optimistic.
- Still in existence.
- Currently existing; not having disappeared.
- Still alive; not extinct.
- The remains of an exoskeleton that is left after an insect, crustacean or arachnid has molted.
- To make something fixed and stable; to fix.
- To stare fixedly at something.
- To attend to something to the exclusion of all others.
- To attach oneself to a person or thing in a pathological or neurotic manner.
- Made of or resembling flax fibers.
- A pale yellow brown; the colour of dried flax stalks and of the fiber obtained therefrom.
- A colourless crystalline substance, regarded as a glucoside, found in the bark of the ash (Fraxinus) and along with esculin in the bark of the horse-chestnut. It is faintly fluorescent in alkaline solutions.
- A piece of luggage for a hat; a case or box for a hat.
- A chest insulated with a layer of hay, formerly used to keep food hot.
- A series of six numbers.
- Someone who perpetrates hoaxes.
- A loud electric horn or alarm.
- To produce a loud, siren-like wail.
- A small closed coffin, box or cinerary urn often used as a container for human remains in Ancient Greece.
- An organ of the neck of mammals involved in breath control, protection of the trachea and sound production, housing the vocal cords, and that is situated at the point where the upper tract splits into the trachea and the oesophagus/esophagus.
- laxity (in interpreting or enforcing a rule)
- Someone promoting lax views or relaxed interpretations of something.
- Promoting a lax view or interpretation of something.
- The state of being lax; looseness, lack of tension.
- Moral looseness; lack of rigorousness or strictness.
- To dislocate.
- name transferred from the surname.
- The pharynx of a rotifer. It usually contains four horny pieces. The two central ones form the incus, against which the mallei, or lateral ones, work so as to crush the food.
- The lore of a bird.
- A Brazilian dance in a rapid 2/4 time, influenced by the tango and polka.
- A line or group of prominent bristles on the lower face of certain Diptera
- A tumor of primitive connective tissue.
- Any fee, assessment, etc. that is not a tax.
- One of the 31 states of Mexico, formally the Free and Sovereign State of Oaxaca, located in the southern part of the country, west of the Isthmus of Tehuantepec.
- The largest city in the state of Oaxaca, for which the state is named.
- A white, semihard cheese from Mexico.
- A complex nitrogenous substance, C3N3H5O3, obtained from alloxan (or when urea is fused with ethyl oxamate).
- Of or pertaining to oxalic acid or its derivatives.
- Of or pertaining to oxaluria.
- Either the univalent or the divalent radicals derived from oxalic acid by removal of one or two hydrogen atoms
- Of or pertaining to oxamic acid or its derivatives
- A poisonous bulbous plant, Buphane toxicaria.
- A cart designed to be drawn by an ox or oxen.
- The area of land that could be plowed by an ox in a year, ⅛ hide or carucate and notionally 15 acres.
- The similar Scottish concept, ⅛ of a ploughgate and notionally 12½ or 13 Scottish acres.
- A goad for driving oxen.
- The head of an ox; an emblem of cuckoldom.
- A dolt; a blockhead.
- An old land measure, equivalent to eight acres.
- A city in southern California, United States.
- A cut of meat taken from the tail of a cow or calf; it requires long, slow braising, and is used to prepare oxtail soup.
- A pattern or die used to manufacture a matrix
- name transferred from the surname.
- A strong ligament of the back of the neck in quadrupeds, connecting the back of the skull with dorsal spines of the cervical vertebrae; the nuchal ligament.
- The wife of Alexander the Great.
- name borrowed from the form of Roxana.
- A kind of minium, or red lead, made by calcining carbonate of lead, but inferior to true minium.
- Any of three species of the amaranth genus Haloxylon: (the and (the
- A surname used by the Kayastha caste of India and Pakistan.
- A historic realm and modern state of Germany.
- A fine soft woollen fabric.
- Saxony yarn, or flannel made of it or similar yarn.
- A fleshy spike (inflorescence) with reduced flowers, usually enclosed by a spathe, characteristic of aroids.
- A special organ of the nautilus, due to a modification of the posterior tentacles.
- An additional or extra tax.
- To impose a surtax upon.
- A primitive feature of grammar, akin to a phoneme in phonology.
- Any of several poisonous alkaloids that may be extracted from the leaves and seeds of the yew tree (Taxus baccata)
- With respect to an experience: exhausting; draining.
- Burdensome, difficult.
- The act of imposing a tax.
- A box for carrying or storing tea; a tea chest or tea caddy.
- Not axed or felled.
- The action of the verb to wax.
- A cosmetic procedure in which hair is removed from the body by the application and removal of wax.
- A recording intended for a phonograph.
- found chiefly among people of Spanish and Portuguese descent.
- Hospitable, especially to visiting strangers or foreigners.
- Of the relation between a host and guest; friendly.
- Any salt or ester of xylic acid.
- A tumour on the woody part of a plant
- Of a side that is facing away from the axis or central line, such as the underside of a leaf; or the back of an animal.
- One of the Archons who follows Sabaoth when he leaves the ranks of the Demiurge to become an aeon alongside Sophia.
- A gem engraved with the word Abrasax or Abraxas.
- A univalent radical R-COO-, derived from a carboxylic acid
- On the side that is towards the axis or central line, usually on the upper side.
- (developmental biology) adjacent to the axis, or in vertebrates the notochord.
- Having the property of being adnexed.
- Narrowly attached to a stem or stipe.
- As or like an affix.
- Enduringly stuck to, or attached to, something.
- A person or thing that affixes.
- A group of particularly brutal mercenaries who were active in Africa and Asia during the 1960s.
- Dreadful; disturbing or frightening.
- An oxidation product of uric acid, 2,4,5,6(1H,3H)-pyrimidinetetrone, capable of inducing diabetes by destroying pancreatic tissue
- The point opposite the solar apex
- The vertical blocks which terminate the covering tiles of the roof of a Roman, Etruscan, or Greek temple.
- Any decoration serving to cover the ends of roofing tiles.
- An acute infectious disease of herbivores, especially sheep and cattle, caused by Bacillus anthracis.
- The human disease that can occur in humans through contact with infected herbivores, tissue from infected animals, or high concentrations of anthrax spores, but is not usually spread between humans, with symptoms including lesions on the skin or in the lungs, often fatal.
- Opposed to sexual activity
- Acting against or opposed to taxes.
- An unpleasant state of mental uneasiness, nervousness, apprehension and obsession or concern about some uncertain event.
- An uneasy or distressing desire (for something).
- A state of restlessness and agitation, often accompanied by a distressing sense of oppression or tightness in the stomach.
- Nervous and worried.
- Full of anxiety or disquietude; greatly concerned or solicitous, especially respecting something future or unknown;
- Accompanied with, or causing, anxiety; worrying
- Earnestly desirous
- Total or partial loss of the ability to perform coordinated movements or manipulate objects in the absence of motor or sensory impairment; specifically, a disorder of motor planning.
- Relating to or exhibiting apraxia.
- Not sexual in nature, not marked by sexual activity. (Compare Platonic.)
- Not experiencing sexual attraction; lacking interest in or desire for sex.
- Having no distinct sex, having no sexual organs.
- Without sexual action; reproducing by some other method than sex.
- A species which reproduces by asexual rather than sexual reproduction, or a member of such a species.
- A person who does not experience sexual attraction; a person who lacks interest in or desire for sex.
- asphyxiation, typically resulting in death; asphyxia
- Freedom from mental disturbance; imperturbability, dogged indifference.
- A type of iron meteorite that has a high nickel content
- A rhetorical device whereby the subject matter is made greater, particularly
- Overstatement, hyperbole.
- Arrangement of a series in ascending order.
- Biological growth, expansion or growth of an organism apart from that due to cellular division.
- Containing the property of counter-intuitively expanding when being stretched.
- An material.
- In relation to, or in a line with, an axis; in the axial (magnetic) line.
- A borosilicate of aluminum, iron, and lime, commonly found in glassy, brown crystals with acute edges.
- A bundle of nine microtubules forming the internal scaffolding of a cilium, with two extra central microtubules connecting the others if the cilium is motile
- A variety of jade, used by the natives of the South Sea Islands for making axes or hatchets.
- a box of lightweight construction (e.g. cardboard, thin wood) for carrying hats or other apparel items
- a small baseball park conducive to scoring home runs
- a main belt asteroid; named the beloved of
- A wax secreted by bees from which they make honeycomb; or, the processed form of this wax used in the manufacture of various goods.
- “Business”, as in such phrases as and
- To polish (something) with beeswax.
- Having two axes
- Having a value in two perpendicular directions. [In solid mechanics it generally means that normal stresses exist in two of the possible three directions. Note that they do not have to be equal in sign or magnitude.]
- The classification of living organisms according to their structural character; taxonomy.
- Any of various informal ball games or sports played with boxes, or in a box-shaped court.
- To bring a square-rigged ship onto a new tack by hauling back the foresails whilst steering hard round
- possibly from Branxton in Northumberland.
- name, modern transferred use of the surname.
- A box for keeping cake.
- The act of one who coaxes.
- That has been treated by a dewaxing process
- Toward the right side; dextrally.
- Of or pertaining to the right side
- a biopolymer of glucose produced by enzymes of certain bacteria; used as a substitute for blood plasma, and as a stationary phase in chromatography
- Having or relating to two axes; biaxial.
- Any of a class of six-membered, saturated heterocycles having four carbon atoms and two oxygen atoms in the ring.
- To boil; to seethe.
- To extract by boiling or seething.
- Located above and behind an axis
- An overgrowth in which the overlying crystal is either induced into the same orientation, or otherwise grows under the influence of the underlying crystal into the same orientation.
- sexless; asexual
- The principle or process of forming from given components the eutectic alloy, or alloy of maximum fusibility.
- without approximation; precisely.
- Used to provide emphasis.
- Praised, or honored.
- Noble, sublime; heavenly.
- Elated; blissful.
- Something that is representative of all such things in a group.
- Something that serves to illustrate or explain a rule.
- Something that serves as a pattern of behaviour to be imitated (a good example) or not to be imitated (a bad example).
- A person punished as a warning to others.
- A parallel or closely similar case, especially when serving as a precedent or model.
- An instance (as a problem to be solved) serving to illustrate the rule or precept or to act as an exercise in the application of the rule.
- To be illustrated or exemplified (by).
- Having the appendages free and not attached to the body wall.
- To plough up.
- To write or engrave.
- To cry out suddenly, from some strong emotion.
- Exclamation; outcry, clamor.
- A portion of a country's territory not connected to the main part
- A detached part of an organ, as of the pancreas, thyroid, or other gland.
- The act of excusing or of being excused.
- To draw or let out wholly; to drain off completely
- To empty by drawing or letting out the contents
- To drain; to use up or expend wholly, or until the supply comes to an end
- to tire out; to wear out; to cause to be without any energy
- To bring out or develop completely
- to discuss thoroughly or completely
- To subject to the action of various solvents in order to remove all soluble substances or extractives
- A system consisting of the parts of an engine through which burned gases or steam are discharged; see also exhaust system.
- The steam let out of a cylinder after it has done its work there.
- The dirty air let out of a room through a register or pipe provided for the purpose.
- An exhaust pipe, especially on a motor vehicle.
- exhaust gas.
- Exhausted; used up.
- Having the characteristics of exile.
- destructive; fatal
- The outermost layer of the pericarp of fruits; the skin or epicarp.
- marriage to a person belonging to a tribe or group other than your own as required by custom or law
- the fusion of two unrelated gametes
- A student or graduate of the University of Exeter, England.
- A student or graduate of Exeter College, Oxford, England.
- A current or past student of Exeter School, England.
- A current or past student of Phillips Exeter Academy, USA.
- A native or inhabitant of the city of Exeter, England.
- A native or inhabitant of the town of Exeter, New Hampshire, USA.
- A native or inhabitant of the former Village of Exeter, in Green County, Wisconsin, USA.
- To atone or make reparation for.
- To make amends or pay the penalty for.
- To relieve or cleanse of guilt.
- To purify with sacred rites.
- To make plain, manifest, or intelligible; to clear of obscurity; to illustrate the meaning of.
- To give a valid excuse for some past behavior.
- To make flat, smooth out.
- To unfold or make visible.
- Any portion taken from a plant or an animal that will be used to initiate a culture. It can be a portion of the shoot, or of the leaves, or even just some cells.
- To remove something, such as a medical device, that has been implanted.
- The state of rising above others; a projection.
- The state of being extant; existence.
- Something that is extracted or drawn out.
- A portion of a book or document, incorporated distinctly in another work; a citation; a quotation.
- A decoction, solution, or infusion made by drawing out from any substance that which gives it its essential and characteristic virtue;
- Any substance extracted is such a way, and characteristic of that from which it is obtained
- A solid preparation obtained by evaporating a solution of a drug, etc., or the fresh juice of a plant (distinguished from an abstract).
- A peculiar principle (fundamental essence) once erroneously supposed to form the basis of all vegetable extracts.
- Ancestry; descent.
- A draft or copy of writing; a certified copy of the proceedings in an action and the judgment therein, with an order for execution.
- To draw out; to pull out; to remove forcibly from a fixed position, as by traction or suction, etc.
- To withdraw by expression, distillation, or other mechanical or chemical process. Compare abstract (transitive verb).
- To take by selection; to choose out; to cite or quote, as a passage from a book.
- To select parts of a whole
- To determine (a root of a number).
- A fluid that has exuded from somewhere; especially one that has exuded from a pore of an animal or plant.
- To exude.
- Of, pertaining to, or residing in an exurb
- A residential area beyond the suburbs.
- Related to something sloughed off or stripped away.
- that was originally a nickname for someone with long fair hair.
- The title of a Scottish peerage.
- Any of several place names, including:
- An independent city in Virginia, USA
- Capable of being fixed, repairable.
- attached to someone or something in a neurotic or pathological manner
- Any muscle that fixes, or limits the movement, of a bone or joint
- The tail of a fox.
- A dry spikelet or spikelet seed and flower cluster of some grasses
- A plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet.
- Any of various grasses having bushy seed spikelets that resemble the tail of a fox
- species of genus Alopecurus,
- species of Setaria, foxtail millets.
- Hordeum jubatum, foxtail barley.
- chenille plant.
- Lycopodium clavatum and foxtail clubmosses.
- The last cinders obtained in the fining process.
- An enclosed gear train.
- That part of a car's transmission containing the train of gears, and to which the gear lever is connected.
- The dialdehyde ethanedial derived from ethylene glycol; it is used in the preparation of modified starch for the paper industry.
- A viral disease of goats, resembling sheeppox.
- an industrial town in Yorkshire, England, 20km south-east of Leeds.
- the capital city of Nova Scotia, Canada.
- a small town in North Carolina, USA
- a town in Virginia, USA
- A device for distributing a suspension of solids in water to a machine at a constant rate, or for retarding the rate of flow, as to a top-feed filter, or for eliminating by overflow some of the finest particles.
- Having six atoms or radicals capable of being replaced by acids; hexatomic; hexavalent.
- Pertaining to a hexad; hexagonal.
- An oligomer having six subunits.
- The saturated aliphatic aldehyde having six carbon atoms
- An edition of the Bible in six versions or languages.
- Any organism or being with six legs.
- An arthropod with six feet; a member of subphylum Hexapoda.
- An insect.
- Having six feet, six-footed; belonging to the subphylum Hexapoda, hexapodous.
- The ruler of one of the parts of a hexarchy.
- Any polysaccharide composed of hexoses.
- The perpetration of a hoax.
- A condition in which tissues (especially the blood) are deprived of an adequate supply of oxygen; anoxia
- A reduced concentration of dissolved oxygen in an aquatic environment.
- Imperfectly conforming; exceeding or falling short in some respect.
- Imprecisely or indefinitely conceived or stated
- having a path-dependent integral
- That may be modified by the addition of an infix.
- Taking the role of an infix.
- Of or relating to (c. 1514–1572), Scottish clergyman and a leader of the considered the founder of the Presbyterian denomination in Scotland.
- A small region of Dordogne in France, famous for its Paleolithic cave paintings
- A muscle whose contraction loosens some part.
- The property of being lax, lacking strictness.
- concerning the vocabulary, words or morphemes of a language
- concerning lexicography or a lexicon or dictionary
- denoting a content word as opposed to a function word
- A man from the Isle of Man
- A blundering preacher.
- Of or pertaining to the 19th century philosopher Karl Marx and his ideas.
- A Marxist.
- Following the ideals of Marxism.
- One that believes in or follows the ideals of Marxism.
- Either of the two bones that together form the upper jaw.
- Arachnid mouthpart
- Largest, greatest (in magnitude), highest, most.
- The element of a set with the greatest magnitude.
- Said of an ideal of a ring or a filter of a lattice: that it is as large as it can be without being trivial (improper).
- Said of a set of well-formed formulas: that it is as large as it can be without being inconsistent; i.e. that for any well-formed formula φ, the set contains either φ or ~φ.
- In decision theory and game theory etc, a rule to identify the worst outcome of each possible option to find one's best (maximum payoff) play.
- To employ a maximin algorithm.
- A hypothetical elementary particle of maximum mass in the mass spectrum of elementary particles having mass of 5 × 1028 eV.
- In decision theory, game theory, etc. a decision rule used for minimizing the maximum possible loss, or maximizing the minimum gain.
- To find the optimum play, or decision, to achieve minimizing the maximum loss.
- Capable of being mixed.
- A poorly-characterized nitrogenous material formed from several ureids
- A western vestibule leading to the nave in some (especially Orthodox) Christian churches.
- A female plaintiff, or complainant, in equity pleading.
- Excessively lax.
- To tax to an excessive degree
- To overburden
- A yellow mineral, one of the oxalates of iron.
- A salt of oxamic acid.
- A white crystalline solid, the double amide of oxalic acid, used as a stabilizer for nitrocellulose preparations and as a substitute for urea in fertilizers.
- Any unsaturated six-membered heterocycle containing four carbon atoms, one oxygen, one nitrogen atom and two double bonds
- A five-membered heterocycle having three carbon atoms, one oxygen atom, one nitrogen atom and two double bonds; the 1,3- isomer is aromatic
- A large heart-shaped cherry.
- To oxidize.
- An oxide.
- An acid containing oxygen, as opposed to a hydracid.
- Excessive acuteness of sight.
- A salt of an oxyacid.
- Any of various tropical fish in the cyprinodontiform families and which were formerly classified in the invalid genus Panchax.
- The part of the alimentary canal and respiratory tract that extends from the back of the mouth and nasal cavity to the larynx and esophagus.
- An Irish or Welsh melody for the harp, sometimes of a mournful character.
- A box for storing playthings; a toybox.
- Having an easy-going mood or temperament.
- Eased or loosened.
- Free from tension or anxiety, at ease.
- Any agent that produces relaxation.
- A person who relaxes.
- Toponym of an unincorporated community in Lawrence County, South Dakota, United States
- name, a spelling variant of Roxana.
- name; a spelling variant of Roxane, fairly popular since the 1930s.
- Fallopian tube
- Eustachian tube
- Any of a group of similar brass instruments, resembling a bugle in shape, but with valves
- Relating to the Saxons or Anglo-Saxons.
- A stanza of six lines; a sestine.
- An ancient Roman liquid and dry measure, about equal to an English pint.
- An Old English measure of liquid, usually wine or cider, perhaps containing 6 gallons.
- A sacristy.
- A synthetic fibre known for its exceptional elasticity.
- Clothing made from such material.
- of (Elements within a taxon).
- A congregation.
- The Lord's Supper.
- subject to taxation.
- Something on which tax must be paid.
- In a way that is subject to taxation.
- Relating to taxemes.
- A small bus that operates without a timetable, departing when sufficiently full
- a vehicle that passengers hire to take them between locations of their choice, the fare being calculated with a taximeter; a taxi or cab
- The movement of aircraft on the ground in readiness for takeoff or after landing
- A road or path within an airport designated for the taxiing of aircraft connecting the runways with ramps, hangars, terminals and other facilities.
- Without taxation.
- On which tax has been paid.
- In terms of taxation.
- participle of (irregular)
- One who is ready to quote texts.
- Of, or pertaining to text.
- Pertaining to text messages, by analogy with textual harassment, textual intercourse; compare
- A hypothetical substance in cereals that interferes with calcium and phosphorus metabolism and leads to rickets.
- Blood poisoning; adverse reaction to toxic byproducts of systemic infection.
- Not subject to being taxed.
- Not having had taxes paid on even though required.
- Not tired or strained, working well within capacity.
- Of or pertaining to a wife, her genes, her relatives.
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