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- of, a United States federal regulatory body.
- Medium density fibreboard.
- Resource Description Framework, used for conceptual modelling of information on the Web.
- reality distortion field, used for describing how exposure to a charismatic person can change people's behavior.
- Random Dopant Fluctuation, used in semiconductor process development. RDF is a significant cause of MOS Threshold Voltage variation in nanometer scale devices.
- radial distribution function
- A fool; an idiot; a blockhead.
- To be foolish; make sport; play; toy.
- To daunt.
- To toss (aside); to dismiss.
- To turn (someone) aside; divert.
- A daffodil.
- insane, mad
- Quick and neat in action; skillful
- A challenge.
- To renounce or dissolve all bonds of affiance, faith, or obligation with; to reject, refuse, or renounce.
- To challenge (someone) to do something difficult or impossible.
- To refuse to obey.
- To not conform to or follow a pattern, set of rules or expectations.
- strong; powerful; fierce
- Any program which compares two files or sets of files and outputs a description of the differences between them.
- The output of a diff program. A diff file.
- of: differential of types of white blood cell in a complete blood count.
- A difficult route.
- To run a diff program on (files or items) so as to produce a description of the differences between them, as for a patch file.
- To compare two files or other objects, manually or otherwise.
- A program, historically part of the Unix operating system, which compares two files or sets of files and outputs a description of the differences between them.
- To remove or take off, especially of clothing.
- To remove or tip a hat, as in greeting, salutation or as a mark of respect.
- To get rid of, to throw off.
- To strip; to divest; to undress.
- Dull; flat; denoting a defect of spirit, animation, or courage; melancholy; gloomy; inactive; listless; lethargic; pithless; vapid; lacking force; frivolous.
- Dull; hollow.
- A Portuguese folk song, usually featuring a single vocalist, Portuguese guitar and sometimes classical guitar. Lyrical themes are often melancholic in nature; the structure of the song is of greater importance.
- A system of taboos in the traditional religion of Madagascar.
- Taboo, or forbidden, under the fady system.
- To give (someone or something) food to eat.
- To eat
- To give (someone or something) to (someone or something else) as food.
- To give to a machine to be processed.
- To satisfy, gratify, or minister to (a sense, taste, desire, etc.).
- To supply with something.
- To graze; to cause to be cropped by feeding, as herbage by cattle.
- To pass to.
- To create the environment where another phonological rule can apply.
- Food given to (especially herbivorous) animals.
- Something supplied continuously.
- The part of a machine that supplies the material to be operated upon.
- A gathering to eat, especially in quantity
- Encapsulated online content, such as news or a blog, that can be subscribed to.
- An enemy; fiend; the Devil.
- To take care of oneself, to take responsibility for oneself.
- To defend, to take care of ( definition); to block or push away ( definition).
- form of (estate granted to a vassal by a feudal lord in exchange for service)
- A state of long-standing mutual hostility.
- A staged rivalry between wrestlers.
- A combination of kindred to avenge injuries or affronts, done or offered to any of their blood, on the offender and all his race.
- To carry on a feud.
- An estate granted to a vassal by a feudal lord in exchange for service
- To encounter or discover by accident; to happen upon.
- To encounter or discover something being searched for; to locate.
- To discover by study or experiment direct to an object or end.
- To gain, as the object of desire or effort.
- To attain to; to arrive at; to acquire.
- To point out.
- To decide that, to discover that, to form the opinion that.
- To arrive at, as a conclusion; to determine as true; to establish.
- To supply; to furnish.
- To provide for
- To determine or judge.
- To discover game.
- Anything that is found (usually valuable), as objects on an archeological site or a person with talent.
- The act of finding.
- Any substance that can be consumed by living organisms, especially by eating, in order to sustain life.
- A foodstuff.
- Anything that nourishes or sustains.
- A bailiff or magistrate.
- In early Anglo-Saxon times, an army that was mobilized from freemen to defend their shire, or from select representatives to join a royal expedition.
- 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).
- name, a variant of Adolph, very rarely given to children since World War II because of its association with Adolf Hitler.
- Cleft; divided into two lobes.
- a decaffeinated coffee, tea, or soft drink.
- To delay or postpone; especially to postpone induction into military service.
- After winning the opening coin toss, to postpone until the start of the second half a team's choice of whether to kick off or receive (and to allow the opposing team to make this choice at the start of the first half).
- To delay, to wait.
- To submit to the opinion or desire of another in respect to their judgment or authority.
- To render, to offer.
- To fix or fasten; to establish.
- Daniel Defoe (c. 1659 to 1661 – 1731), English trader, writer, journalist and pamphleteer best known for writing Robinson Crusoe
- To remove the moisture or fog from.
- To make intelligible; to free from confusion.
- To make a god of (something or someone).
- To treat as worthy of worship; to regard as a deity.
- dregs; the wash given to swine or cows; hogwash or waste matter.
- The action or an act (especially of a beast of burden or vehicle) of pulling something along or back.
- The act of drawing in a net for fish.
- That which is drawn in; a catch, a haul.
- An early version of a written work (such as a book or e-mail) or drawing; a preliminary sketch or outline.
- Depth of water needed to float a ship; depth below the water line to the bottom of a vessel's hull.
- A current of air, usually coming into a room or vehicle.
- Draw through a flue of gasses (smoke) resulting from a combustion process.
- An amount of liquid (such as water, alcohol, or medicine) that is drunk in one swallow.
- Beer drawn from a cask or keg rather than a bottle or can.
- A cheque, an order for money to be paid.
- Conscription, the system of forcing people to serve in the military.
- A system of forcing or convincing people to take an elected position.
- A system of assigning rookie players to professional sports teams.
- The pulling force (tension) on couplers and draft gear during a slack stretched condition.
- The bevel given to the pattern for a casting, so that it can be drawn from the sand without damaging the mould.
- To write a first version, make a preliminary sketch.
- To draw in outline; to make a draught, sketch, or plan of, as in architectural and mechanical drawing.
- To write a law.
- To conscript a person, force a person to serve in some capacity, especially in the military.
- To select and separate an animal or animals from a group.
- To select a rookie player onto a professional sports team.
- To follow very closely behind another vehicle, thereby providing an aerodynamic advantage to both lead and follower, thereby conserving energy or increasing speed.
- To draw out; to call forth. See
- To draw fibers out of a clump, for spinning in the production of yarn.
- Referring to drinks on tap, in contrast to bottled.
- Any member of a race of beings from (especially Scandinavian and other Germanic) folklore, usually depicted as having some sort of supernatural powers and being skilled in crafting and metalworking, often depicted as short, and sometimes depicted as clashing with elves.
- A person of short stature, often one whose limbs are disproportionately small in relation to the body as compared with normal adults, usually as the result of a genetic condition.
- An animal, plant or other thing much smaller than the usual of its sort.
- A star of relatively small size.
- To render (much) smaller, turn into a dwarf (version).
- To make appear (much) smaller, puny, tiny.
- To make appear insignificant.
- To become (much) smaller.
- To hinder from growing to the natural size; to make or keep small; to stunt.
- To build, construct.
- To instruct or improve morally or intellectually.
- Having a face of a specified type.
- Having characteristics of a fad.
- fussy, having particular tastes or whims
- That has lost some of its former colour or intensity.
- To be suitable ( or something).
- To agree, to get along (
- To get on well; to cope, to thrive.
- To eat together.
- To move with a gait between a jog and a trot.
- Irish potato bread; a flat farl, griddle-baked, often served fried.
- A wool pack, traditionally made of jute, now often synthetic.
- A small loaf or bun made with left-over dough.
- A gait of horses between a jog and a trot.
- An white silk vestment worn by the pope, which is a long skirt, worn over the cassock, extending beneath the hem of the alb, reaching to the ground.
- Having fame; famous or noted.
- Foreordained, predetermined, established in advance by fate.
- A piece of armor worn below a breastplate to protect the waist and hips.
- The arch over the dam of a blast furnace; the tymp arch.
- Having a head of hair; hairy.
- any member of the cat family (Felidae)
- To fidget; jostle or shake.
- A shake; fiddle or similar agitation.
- An enemy, unfriend, or foe.
- The enemy of mankind, specifically, the Devil; Satan.
- A devil or demon; a malignant or diabolical being; an evil spirit.
- A very evil person
- An addict or fanatic
- To yearn; to be desperate (for something).
- full; heavy; firm; solid; substantial
- let go from a job
- Not changing, not able to be changed, staying the same.
- Attached; affixed.
- Chemically stable.
- Supplied with what one needs.
- Of sound, recorded on a permanent medium.
- Surgically rendered infertile (spayed, neutered or castrated).
- Rigged; fraudulently prearranged.
- Resolved; corrected.
- A rocky, barren plateau, especially in Scandinavia.
- a variant of Lloyd.
- name transferred from the surname, today particularly common among African Americans.
- A ghost town in California.
- A city in Iowa.
- A village in New Mexico.
- A town in New York.
- A town in Virginia.
- In printing, the graded shift from one color into another.
- Eatable; fit for food or consumption.
- Food-bearing; fertile; fruitful.
- Of, relating to, composed of, or supplying food.
- To kill, destroy.
- To annul, abolish, cancel.
- To do away with, undo; to ruin.
- To overcome with fatigue; to exhaust.
- of; baffled; outwitted.
- Of paper, having yellowish-brown stains.
- Strange; foreign; alien; outlandish; far off or away; distant.
- Not akin; unrelated.
- Out of the ordinary; unusual; strange, weird.
- Wild; untamed.
- stranger; guest
- an enmity
- of origin.
- Sigmund Freud, Austrian neurologist, psychotherapist, and founder of psychoanalysis.
- Resembling fudge, as in flavor or texture.
- Fuzzy, imprecise.
- A city in Hesse, Germany.
- Smoky, vaporous.
- (British slang) Abbreviation of "Fucked Up, Not Dead Yet"
- Joined together by fusing
- Furnished with a fuse
- Having at least one bond between two atoms that is part of two or more separate rings
- Not fed.
- A mosquito that has not had a blood meal.
- Beef and mutton hung and dried, but not salted.
- Floating at random.
- Absent from his watch.
- Behind one's opponents, or below a required threshold in terms of score, number or position.
- In a drifting condition; at the mercy of wind and waves.
- To incur, stand, or bear without serious detriment, as an act which might under other circumstances be injurious;—with an auxiliary, as can, could, might, etc.; to be able or rich enough.
- To offer, provide, or supply, as in selling, granting, expending, with profit, or without loss or too great injury.
- To give forth; to supply, yield, or produce as the natural result, fruit, or issue.
- To give, grant, or confer, with a remoter reference to its being the natural result; to provide; to furnish.
- Away (from the home or starting point, physical or conceptual); usually preceded by far (or farther, further).
- On the field.
- Out in the open.
- Impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear.
- regretful, sorry
- A member of a Pashtun tribe.
- Helpful, assisting, providing aid.
- To befool; make a fool of.
- To confound or stupefy.
- To find; discover.
- To invent; contrive.
- To be found; be.
- twofold, double
- A door, window, shutter, or divider consisting of two equal panels hinged together so that it opens by folding the panels against each other.
- A sheet of paper or cardboard folded in half along a crease down the center.
- A wallet, billfold, or carrying case with a single fold, so that it opens like a book.
- A crease or turn that causes something to double back on itself.
- Depression, melancholy.
- To reduce to a code, to arrange into a code.
- To collect and arrange in a systematic form.
- Fitted with a cuff.
- A region in western Sudan where the Fur live.
- To make deaf, either temporarily or permanently
- To make soundproof
- To stun (as with noise), also used figuratively.
- In a deaf manner; without the aid of a sense of hearing.
- To damage or vandalize something, especially a surface, in a visible or conspicuous manner.
- To void or devalue; to nullify or degrade the face value.
- To alter a coat of arms or a flag by adding an element to it.
- To reduce by deducting a part, especially when used in a financial sense.
- To cut off, to deduct, to subtract (especially expenses or a sum of money).
- To disgrace; to bring into disrepute.
- To charge; to accuse (someone) of an offence.
- To harm or diminish the reputation of; to disparage.
- Disgrace, dishonour.
- Defamation; slander, libel.
- To remove the fangs from (something).
- To render harmless.
- To overcome in battle or contest.
- To reduce, to nothing, the strength of.
- To nullify
- The act of defeating or being defeated.
- A fault or malfunction.
- The quantity or amount by which anything falls short.
- A part by which a figure or quantity is wanting or deficient.
- To abandon or turn against; to cease or change one's loyalty, especially from a military organisation or political party.
- To desert one's army, to flee from combat.
- To join the enemy army.
- To flee one's country and seek asylum.
- To determine with precision; to mark out with distinctness; to ascertain or exhibit clearly.
- To settle, decide (an argument etc.).
- To express the essential nature of something.
- To state the meaning of a word, phrase, sign, or symbol.
- To describe, explain, or make definite and clear.
- To demark sharply the outlines or limits of an area or concept.
- To establish the referent of a term or notation.
- A kind of macro in source code that replaces one text string with another wherever it occurs.
- Having the arms curved or curled at the base so as to turn towards the archer when unstrung, reducing the strain on the limbs and also the energy stored by the weapon.
- To remove the foam from.
- To change the form of, negatively.
- To change the looks of, negatively; to disfigure.
- To mar the character of.
- To alter the shape of by stress.
- To become misshapen or changed in shape.
- Deformed, misshapen.
- To trample underfoot.
- To physically crush or break.
- To oppress, keep down.
- To defile the chastity of; to debauch, to rape.
- To spend (money).
- To pay or discharge (a debt, expense etc.); to meet (the cost of something).
- To pay for (something).
- A type of tax register that was used in the Ottoman Empire.
- In a deft manner; quickly and neatly in action.
- To remove the fuse from (a bomb, etc.).
- To make less dangerous, tense, or hostile.
- To disorder; to make shapeless.
- divine, of or relating to a deity or deities
- Not to have the same traits or characteristics.
- To have diverging opinions, disagree.
- A revolving cylinder, or a vibrating bar with teeth, in a carding machine, which doffs, or strips off, the cotton or fiber from the cards.
- A worker who replaces full bobbins by empty ones on the throstle or ring frames.
- To divide (the heavens) into different astrological houses.
- To tame; to domesticate.
- dreggy; waste; worthless
- Characterized by gusts of wind; windy.
- Not properly sealed against drafts (draughts).
- Tending or seeming to drift
- Abounding with driving snow or drift.
- Suitable, appropriate.
- Much undersized; dwarfish.
- The world or realm of elves.
- To fold something around; to envelop
- To embrace
- Known only in fables; fictitious.
- Made known by fables; legendary, famed.
- eloquent, articulate
- To trifle; to toy.
- To fondle; to dandle.
- Enclosed within a fairing.
- The fans of a sport, activity, work, person etc., taken as a group.
- The subculture of fans.
- The state, quality, or condition of being a fan
- Equipped with fangs.
- A state of worry or nervous anxiety, irritability.
- An irritable outburst.
- A fourth part: a quarter of anything.
- An English unit of land area variously understood as the fourth part of an oxgang or of a yardland.
- a bundle or burden
- To make up in fardels.
- Made fat; fattened.
- Pertaining to someone or thing that causes great fear in others.
- Highly fertile; able to produce offspring.
- Leading to new ideas or innovation.
- A Middle Eastern unit of area, divided into 24 kirats, and typically equivalent to 4200.8 square metres.
- Turpitude or vileness.
- A felt hat with a fairly low, creased crown with a brim that can be turned up or down.
- One who, or that which, feeds.
- That which is used to feed.
- A tributary stream, especially of a canal.
- A branch line of a railway
- A transmission line that feeds the electricity for an electricity substation, or for a transmitter.
- The pitcher.
- A player who is killed by the opposing player or team more than once through lack of skills and experience, thus helping the opposing side.
- The participant in feederism who feeds the other (the feedee).
- Relating to the Feloidea; feliform.
- Any member of the Feloidea.
- Covered with (a specified kind of) felt.
- Surrounded by a fence; enclosed.
- Intensely hot, emotional, or zealous.
- Of, or relating to feudalism.
- (South America) collar worn by a horse, immediately behind the head, to which a handle, strap, or rope may be attached
- (North America) in some styles of halter and bridle worn by a horse, an optional part similar to a throatlatch
- Having (a specified form of) fibres.
- Any of various bowed string instruments, often a violin when played in any of various traditional styles, as opposed to classical violin.
- A kind of dock (Rumex pulcher) with leaves shaped like the musical instrument.
- An adjustment intended to cover up a basic flaw.
- A fraud; a scam.
- On board a ship or boat, a rail or batten around the edge of a table or stove to prevent objects falling off at sea. (Also fiddle rail)
- To play aimlessly.
- To adjust in order to cover a basic flaw or fraud etc.
- To play traditional tunes on a violin in a non-classical style.
- To touch or fidget with something in a restless or nervous way, or tinker with something in an attempt to make minor adjustments or improvements.
- Requiring dexterity to operate.
- Requiring frequent adjustment.
- To wiggle or twitch; to move around nervously or idly.
- To cause to fidget; to make uneasy.
- A person who fidgets, especially habitually.
- Open, like a field; widespread.
- That is now full.
- Covered with a film.
- (in compounds) Covered with a film of (a specified type or substance).
- One who finds, or discovers something.
- An optical device, such as a viewfinder, used to locate a target or other object of interest
- Having some specific type of fist.
- past of (to tailor, change size)
- Incorporating all of the fittings into connected units.
- Cooked or seared over open flames.
- Of or pertaining to an undulating pattern of wood grain, which resembles flames.
- To care for a young bird until it is capable of flight.
- To grow, cover or be covered with feathers.
- To decorate with feathers.
- To complete the last moult and become a winged adult insect.
- Feathered; furnished with feathers or wings; able to fly.
- Having large flews, the hanging upper lip common to certain breeds of dog.
- To become fledged; to fledge.
- Pertaining to or characteristic of a flood or flooding
- Having a rosy or pale red colour; ruddy.
- Elaborately ornate; flowery.
- In a blatant, vivid, or highly disorganized state.
- Having flutes or grooves, either for decoration or to trim weight.
- Drunk; intoxicated.
- a ray of light seen amidst fog
- A state of obscurity; confusion; absence of clarity.
- To touch or stroke lovingly.
- To grasp.
- In a fond manner; affectionately; tenderly.
- A large copper vessel used for hot amalgamation.
- a North African or an Arabian inn or hotel. Fonduk basically means a hotel in Arabic but in standard Arabic it means an inn or a manor house.
- Food for animals.
- definition one who enjoys or advocates eating a particular type of food.
- A fother, fodder, measure of lead.
- A cask, a large barrel for wine.
- A person with a special interest in or knowledge of food, a gourmet.
- Having a specified form or type of foot or number of feet.
- Consisting of, or having been put into, metrical feet (of a specified character or number).
- To disallow; to proscribe.
- To deny, exclude from, or warn off, by express command.
- To oppose, hinder, or prevent, as if by an effectual command.
- To accurse; to blast.
- To defy; to challenge.
- Obtained forcefully, not naturally.
- Opened or accessed using force.
- Fake (as documents); falsified.
- Fabricated by forging or at a forge, by working hot metal
- participle of. To force forward against opposition.
- That splits into two or more directions, or parts.
- Rotten from being too ripe; overripe.
- Unravelled, worn at the end or edge.
- A diminutive of the male given name Frederick.
- A type of cake, similar to the French financier, but with the addition of fruits or other flavourings; commonly eaten with coffee.
- A sausage wrapped in puff pastry, eaten in France.
- The sixth day of the week in many religious traditions, and the fifth day of the week in systems using the ISO 8601 norm; the Muslim Sabbath; it follows Thursday and precedes Saturday.
- on Friday
- name, the German equivalent of Freda.
- Very cold; lacking warmth; icy.
- Chilly in manner; lacking affection or zeal; impassive.
- Sexually unresponsive, especially of a woman.
- In trouble.
- Very drunk.
- Annoying or mean.
- Bothered to do something.
- Resembling or relating to seaweeds of the genus Fucus.
- Of sandstone: containing seaweed-like markings.
- A fucoid seaweed.
- To confuse or befuddle.
- To intoxicate.
- Muddle, confusion.
- A party or picnic where attendees bring food and wine; a kind of potluck.
- Agent noun of fudge; one who fudges.
- Lethargic and confused.
- Scintillant, coruscant; marked by fleeting flashes of radiant light.
- To accomplish; fulfill; complete.
- of. To make cloth denser and firmer.
- fulvous; tawny-coloured
- Of or pertaining to a fundus
- Having financial support. Paid for.
- the large, hollow part of an organ farthest from an opening; especially
- the top, hollow portion of the uterus and
- the back, interior part of the eye, accommodating the retina and associated blood vessels, etc.
- the uppermost hollow of the stomach, which in humans forms a bulge above where the oesophagus enters the stomach.
- the deepest part of a sulcus, such as the sulci in the human cerebral cortex.
- To draw up into a bundle; to roll up.
- Having fur.
- Made with fur.
- Coated as if with fur
- especially, of a tongue having a coating consisting chiefly of mucus and dead epithelial cells.
- Somewhat fusiform.
- Bothered; concerned.
- Any dipterous insect of the family Oestridae, commonly known as botflies.
- A horsefly: any of various species of fly, of the family Tabanidae, noted for buzzing about animals and sucking their blood.
- One who upsets the status quo by posing upsetting or novel questions, or attempts to stimulate innovation by proving an irritant.
- One who merely irritates without making useful suggestions.
- A bloodsucker
- Endowed with special, in particular intellectual, abilities.
- Having had its source code made as short as possible, as in code golf.
- Having a hoof or hooves.
- A large town in northeast London, England, and the administrative headquarters of the London borough of Redbridge.
- The material fed into a machine to be processed.
- To fold inwards.
- To wrap up or inwrap; involve; inclose; enfold or envelop.
- To clasp with the arms; embrace.
- To make a lady of; to make ladylike.
- To make ladylike.
- To bestow the title of Lady on (a woman).
- Having a leaf or leaves; used mainly in combination with another word to form adjectives describing the number, form, colour, etc., of leaves.
- Raised up; held aloft.
- Having (a specified amount of) loft.
- To make wet or moist.
- Poorly fed; malnourished.
- A small fruit fly, native to the Mediterranean.
- Somewhat indignant, irritated, angry, put out or annoyed.
- To make partial changes to.
- To be or become modified.
- To hurt the feelings of; to displease; to make angry; to insult.
- To feel or become offended, take insult.
- To physically harm, pain.
- To annoy, cause discomfort or resent.
- To sin, transgress divine law or moral rules.
- To transgress or violate a law or moral requirement.
- To cause to stumble; to cause to sin or to fall.
- Inflated or swollen.
- Consisting of a puff.
- Expanded by the use of steam.
- of (panting from exercise)
- A small North American dace. The male, in the breeding season, has bright red fins.
- To feed again, especially after a period of starvation or malnourishment.
- To find something again.
- To return (money) to (someone); to reimburse.
- To supply again with funds.
- To pour back.
- An amount of money returned.
- Having a spiral on the interior of a gun bore to make a fired bullet spin in flight to improve range and accuracy.
- Produced by vegetative propagation
- Having undergone sifting.
- Constructed from turf.
- Covered or adorned with turf or grass.
- To free from deafness.
- To undo a folding.
- To turn out; to happen; to develop.
- To reveal.
- To open (anything covered or closed); to lay open to view or contemplation; to bring out in all the details, or by successive development.
- To release from a fold or pen.
- In functional programming, a kind of higher-order function that is the opposite of a fold.
- A unit of capacitance equal to one billion (109) farads, used in the centimeter-gram-second system of units
- to make something (more) acidic or sour; to convert into an acid.
- to neutralize alkalis, as to acidify sugar
- to sour, to embitter.
- Enduringly stuck to, or attached to, something.
- A town in Kent.
- A town in borough, Surrey (previously in Middlesex).
- A village in district, Devon, England
- A village in district, Devon
- A village in Derbyshire, Ashford-in-the-Water.
- thoroughly confused, puzzled
- having baffles
- The county town of Bedfordshire, England.
- A truck formerly manufactured by the Bedford company, a subsidiary company of Vauxhall Motors.
- A city in Indiana, USA
- A small city in Iowa, USA
- A small city in Kentucky, USA
- A town in Massachusetts Commonwealth.
- A town in New Hampshire State.
- Extremely affluent town in New York State.
- A community in Nova Scotia, Canada.
- A city in Ohio State.
- A borough in Pennsylvania, USA
- A city and township in Quebec, Canada.
- A town in Eastern Cape, South Africa.
- A city in Texas State.
- A town in Virginia, USA
- A in Wyoming State.
- To drift about; drift around.
- To make a dwarf of; to stunt or hinder the growth of; to dwarf.
- A city/town in North Dakota.
- Portentous; ominous.
- a town in Massachusetts.
- Any member of the Bufonidae.
- The capital city of Wales
- Collectively, all chefs.
- The state of being a chef.
- Very pleased or satisfied, delighted.
- Annoyed, displeased, disgruntled"chuffed" at dictionary.com.
- Having a cleft; cloven.
- formed by cliffs
- A cod (the fish).
- The flesh of the cod as food.
- To found at the same time as another.
- To found with one or more other people.
- To trust, have faith (in).
- To entrust (something) to the responsibility of someone.
- To take (someone) into one's confidence, to speak in secret with. ( + in)
- To say (something) in confidence.
- To damage physically; to injure.
- To cause injuries or loss to.
- To dress as, or to adopt the style of, a dandy.
- The servant that brings the meat to the table at a meal.
- The most senior of the five great officers of state in the medieval French royal court.
- Full of daring or defiance; adventurous.
- Full of darkness
- To question someone after a military mission in order to obtain intelligence.
- To question someone, or a group of people, after the implementation of a project in order to learn from mistakes etc.
- To inform subjects of an experiment about what has happened in a complete and accurate manner.
- Full of deeds or exploits; active; stirring.
- One who defaces; a vandal.
- The condition of failing to meet an obligation.
- the original software programming settings as set by the factory
- A loss incurred by failing to compete.
- A selection made in the absence of an alternative.
- A value used when none has been given; a tentative value or standard that is presumed.
- The failure of a defendant to appear and answer a summons and complaint.
- A failing or failure; omission of that which ought to be done; neglect to do what duty or law requires.
- Fault; offence; wrong act.
- To fail to meet an obligation.
- To lose a competition by failing to compete.
- To assume a value when none was given; to presume a tentative value or standard.
- To fail to appear and answer a summons and complaint.
- To annul or render void a contract or stipulation; to abrogate.
- The action of defending, of protecting from attack, danger or injury.
- Something used to oppose attack(s).
- An argument in support or justification of something.
- A strategy and tactics employed to prevent the other team from scoring; contrasted with offence.
- The portion of a team dedicated to preventing the other team from scoring; contrasted with offence.
- Government policy or (infra)structure related to the military.
- Prohibition; a prohibitory ordinance.
- To furnish with defences; to fortify.
- To remove some or all fiber from.
- Having a definition or value.
- Having extreme muscle separation as a result of low body fat.
- Agent noun of define; one who defines.
- To make (something) deviate from its original path.
- To deviate from its original path.
- To avoid addressing (questions, criticism, etc.).
- To divert (attention, etc.).
- to remove the flesh from
- To cause (a lens, or a beam of light or particles, etc.) to be out of focus.
- To withhold land unlawfully from its true owner or from any other person who has a right to the possession of it, after one has lawfully entered and taken possession of it.
- To obtain money or property by fraud; to swindle.
- To deprive.
- to divest of a frock
- to formally remove the rights and authority of a member of the clergy.
- To remove frost from.
- To thaw something.
- To recover from something tiresome.
- Deceased, dead.
- No longer in use, inactive.
- Specifically, of a program: that has terminated but is still shown in the list of processes because the parent process that created it is still running and has not yet reaped it. See also zombie, zombie process.
- No longer in business or service.
- (of a language) No longer spoken.
- To make defunct.
- The dead person (referred to).
- conformable to the will of God
- To make dense.
- To become dense.
- secret; hence, lonely, sad, mournful
- irregular in form; not uniform; anomalous or dissimilar
- to invest with dignity or honour
- to give distinction to
- to exalt in rank
- to honor.
- Fearful, terrible.
- To deform or disfigure.
- as much as a dish will hold
- To remove the leaves from.
- To remove the roof from; to unroof.
- A device to which a bundle of natural fibres (often wool, flax, or cotton) are attached for temporary storage, before being drawn off gradually to spin thread. A traditional distaff is a staff with flax fibres tied loosely to it (see Etymology), but modern distaffs are often made of cords weighted with beads, and attached to the wrist.
- The part of a spinning wheel from which fibre is drawn to be spun.
- Anything traditionally done by or considered of importance to women only.
- A woman, or women considered as a group.
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of women.
- Of the maternal side of a family.
- The act by which an item of clothing is doffed.
- A foot soldier, especially during World War II.
- An ugly person.
- A fall in which both wrestlers touch the ground at the same time; hence, in extended use, any tie or stalemate.
- Any of various small sharks
- especially those from the family Squalidae
- a catshark, any shark from family Scyliorhinidae
- a kitefin shark, any shark from family Dalatiidae
- Scyliorhinus canicula or Scyliorhinus stellaris
- Scyliorhinus canicula
- Squalus acanthias, or
- The bowfin, Amia calva.
- Filled with grief, mournful, bringing feelings of sadness.
- Full of condemnation or destructive power.
- of a certain depth required to float (said of a vessel); used comparatively with shallow, deep, etc.
- One who is drafted (into a military service, etc)
- A person who prepares technical drawings and plans.
- A person who prepares drafts.
- A person who writes a legislative bill.
- A person who moves from place to place or job to job.
- A type of lightweight sail used in light winds like a spinnaker.
- A driver who uses driving techniques to modify vehicle traction to cause a vehicle to slide or power slide rather than drive in line with the tires.
- One who takes part in drift fishing.
- A person employed in driving in rock other than coal.
- A particular kind of vitreous or dull, olive-green to grey-green orthorhombic mineral.
- To sweeten the taste of.
- To make sweeter or more pleasant.
- Toneutralise the acidity of.
- To mollify or make peaceful.
- To make stupid in intellect.
- A kind of cured codfish.
- Accepting of one's legal or moral obligations and willing to do them well, and without complaint.
- Pertaining to one's duty; demonstrative of one's sense of duty.
- A fan of the British comedy series .
- Furnished with buildings.
- The state of being an elf.
- name borne by a medieval English queen; rare today.
- A town and borough in North London
- A heraldic monster with the head of a fox, the chest of a greyhound, the talons of an eagle, the body of a lion, and the hindlegs and tail of a wolfA Complete Guide to Heraldry by Charles Fox-Davies (London, 1909), p. 231.
- Having some object, such as the head of a man or beast, impaled upon it.
- Capable of fading, or losing its colour.
- A vapid or meaningless remark; a commonplace; nonsense.
- Being or relating to a fad; trendy.
- The behaviour of a faddist; following fads.
- A person or entity given to following fads.
- Having characteristics of a fad.
- Having faith or a faith; honest; sincere.
- Having faith of a specified quality or type.
- A horse's movement of throwing itself on its haunches two or three times, bending in very quick curvets.
- A privilege of setting up, and moving about, folds for sheep, in any fields within manors, in order to manure them; often reserved to himself by the lord of the manor.
- A fee or rent paid by a tenant for the privilege of faldage on his own ground.
- A frieze or rough-napped cloth.
- Having the shape of fan or concertina, with a row of sheets alternately folded backwards and forwards.
- To fold in this manner.
- of To have “the fantods” is to be in a state of nervousness, distress, or anxiety.
- Of or pertaining to electricity, especially to electrical induction.
- Of a horse: having the disease called farcy.
- Material used to fill space and prevent goods from moving about during transport; dunnage.
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