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- of (in Hong Kong)
- liquid natural gas/liquified natural gas
- To strengthen; hearten; comfort; encourage.
- Baked tart with sweet or savoury filling in an open-topped pastry case.
- A dessert of congealed custard, often topped with caramel, especially popular in Spanish-speaking countries.
- A coin die
- A fan of U.S. TV series ; a Browncoat.
- A valley in a mountain area, especially one with a stream in the bottom
- Inward; interior; secret.
- Inwardly, within; internally; secretly.
- Heartily, completely, fully, thoroughly; extremely.
- An oven or furnace or a heated chamber, for the purpose of hardening, burning, calcining or drying anything; for example, firing ceramics, curing or preserving tobacco, or drying grain.
- To bake in a kiln.
- especially To teach or to learn.
- The lumbar region; loin.
- The loins; flank; buttocks.
- To allow to be used by someone temporarily, on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned.
- To make a loan.
- To be suitable or applicable, to fit.
- To afford; to grant or furnish in general.
- To borrow.
- The third-largest city in Austria.
- lost, doomed
- abandoned, lonely, forlorn
- A fool; an idiot; a lunkhead.
- crazy; mentally unsound
- Any of several place names (outside Britain named for persons with the surname).
- A town in Alabama.
- A town in Arkansas.
- A town in Indiana.
- A city in Massachusetts.
- A town in Norfolk, England, officially King's Lynn.
- An unincorporated community in West Virginia.
- A town in Wisconsin.
- A community in Nova Scotia.
- name usually appearing as a middle name.
- name, popular as a middle name.
- town on the river Rupel in the southwest of the Belgian province of Antwerp.
- A short fibre left over from combing wool or spinning silk during the preparation of textile yarns. Sometimes it is referred to as 'Raw Silk', although this is somewhat of a misnomer.
- Alone in a category.
- Singularly superior; the best.
- Without sibling; without a sibling of the same gender.
- Without others or anything further; exclusively.
- No more than; just.
- As recently as.
- Above all others; particularly.
- Under the condition that; but.
- But; except.
- An only child.
- The bone of the forearm that extends from the elbow to the wrist on the side opposite to the thumb, corresponding to the fibula of the hind limb. Also, the corresponding bone in the forelimb of any vertebrate.
- To wound (oneself) by biting at the breast.
- Vulnerability (weakness in software etc. that can be maliciously exploited).
- Scotland, especially the Highlands.
- name transferred back from the surname.
- Any of various gelatinous gums, derivatives of alginic acid, derived from algae.
- To form in line; to fall into line.
- To adjust or form to a line; to range or form in line; to bring into line.
- To store (data) in a way that is consistent with the memory architecture, i.e. by beginning each item at an offset equal to some multiple of the word size.
- to identify with or match the behaviour, thoughts, etc of another person.
- organize a linear arrangement of DNA, RNA or protein sequences which have regions of similarity.
- A glycoside derivative of anthracene, found in aloe, that is used as a laxative.
- By oneself, solitary.
- Apart from, or exclusive of, others.
- Considered separately.
- Without equal.
- Unique; rare; matchless.
- By oneself; apart from, or exclusive of, others; solo.
- Without outside help.
- By the length of; in a line with the length of; lengthwise next to.
- In a line with, with a progressive motion on; onward on; forward on.
- In company; together.
- Onward, forward, with progressive action.
- name; always rather rare in English.
- name, a rare variant of Alwin.
- To anoint; to give extreme unction to a wound with oil.
- Characteristic of a crone or a feeble old woman.
- The skeletal joint which connects the foot with the leg; the uppermost portion of the foot and lowermost portion of the leg, which contain this skeletal joint.
- To walk.
- To cyclically angle the foot at the ankle while pedaling, to maximize the amount of work applied to the pedal during each revolution.
- To formally revoke the validity of.
- To dissolve (a marital union) on the grounds that it is not valid.
- Any of the Anolis genus of arboreal American lizards (such as the American chameleon) from the iguana family which feature a brightly colored dewlap and color-changing ability.
- A heavy iron block used in the blacksmithing trade as a surface upon which metal can be struck and shaped.
- An incus bone in the inner ear.
- A stone or other hard surface used by a bird for breaking the shells of snails.
- To fashion on an anvil (often used figuratively).
- The capital city of the Walloon province of Luxembourg, Belgium.
- A regenerated protein fiber; textile fiber derived from a protein such as casein (milk) or zein (maize).
- A textile made of these fibers.
- Common in a boring way, to the point of being predictable; containing nothing new or fresh.
- To blink.
- To shine
- To look.
- A small pancake, of Russian origin, made from buckwheat flour; traditionally served with melted butter, sour cream and caviar or smoked salmon.
- To close and reopen both eyes quickly.
- To close and reopen one's eyes to remove (something) from on or around the eyes.
- To wink; to twinkle with, or as with, the eye.
- To see with the eyes half shut, or indistinctly and with frequent winking, as a person with weak eyes.
- To shine, especially with intermittent light; to twinkle; to flicker; to glimmer, as a lamp.
- To flash on and off at regular intervals.
- To flash headlights on a car at.
- To send a signal with a lighting device.
- To perform the smallest action that could solicit a response.
- To shut out of sight; to evade; to shirk.
- To trick; to deceive.
- To turn slightly sour, or blinky, as beer, milk, etc.
- To teleport, mostly for short distances
- The act of very quickly closing both eyes and opening them again.
- The time needed to close and reopen one's eyes.
- A text formatting feature that causes text to disappear and reappear as a form of visual emphasis.
- A glimpse or glance.
- gleam; glimmer; sparkle
- The dazzling whiteness about the horizon caused by the reflection of light from fields of ice at sea; iceblink
- Boughs cast where deer are to pass, in order to turn or check them.
- An ability that allows teleporting, mostly for short distances
- A pale yellowish (golden brown) color, especially said of hair color.
- A person with this hair color.
- Of a bleached or pale golden (light yellowish) colour.
- Having blond hair.
- To color or dye blond
- distended, swollen or inflated
- panting and out of breath
- Formed by blowing
- Under the influence of drugs, especially marijuana.
- stale; worthless
- Covered with the eggs and larvae of flies; flyblown.
- Given a hot rod blower
- A loud, ringing sound, like that made by free-hanging metal objects striking each other.
- Quality of tone.
- The cry of some birds, including the crane and the goose.
- A word or phrase linked only by sound and not by meaning, characteristic of some mental disorders.
- To strike (objects) together so as to produce a clang.
- To give out a clang; to resound.
- A loud, hard sound of metal hitting metal.
- To make a clanking sound
- To cause to sound with a clank.
- Free of dirt or impurities or protruberances.
- Not dirty.
- In an unmarked condition.
- Allowing an uninterrupted flow over surfaces, without protrusions such as racks or landing gear.
- Having relatively few impurities.
- Free of immorality or criminality.
- Pure, especially morally or religiously.
- Not having used drugs or alcohol.
- Without restrictions or penalties, or someone having such a record.
- Not in possession of weapons or contraband such as drugs.
- Devoid of profanity.
- Smooth, exact, and performed well.
- Total; utter.
- Cool or neat.
- Being free of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).
- That does not the
- Free from that which is useless or injurious; without defects.
- Free from restraint or neglect; complete; entire.
- Well-proportioned; shapely.
- Ascended without falling.
- Removal of dirt.
- The first part of the event clean and jerk in which the weight is brought from the ground to the shoulders.
- To remove dirt from a place or object.
- To tidy up, make a place neat.
- To remove equipment from a climbing route after it was previously lead climbed.
- To make things clean in general.
- To remove unnecessary files, etc. from (a directory, etc.).
- To brush the ice lightly in front of a moving rock to remove any debris and ensure a correct line; less vigorous than a sweep.
- To purge a raw of any blemishes caused by the scanning process such as brown tinting and poor color contrast.
- To remove guts and/or scales of a butchered animal.
- Fully and completely.
- Fruit (especially peach) whose flesh adheres strongly to the pit.
- adherence; attachment; devotion
- hold very tightly, as to not fall off.
- To adhere to an object, without being affixed, in such a way as to follow its contours. Used especially of fabrics and films.
- To cause to adhere to, especially by twining round or embracing.
- To cause to dry up or wither.
- to be fond of, to feel strongly about
- To produce a high-pitched ringing sound, like a small bell.
- The abrupt sound of two hard objects coming into contact.
- A stick-like tool used to strike the surface of the water and produce a sound that causes nearby fish to attack the bait.
- To make such a sound.
- wasted away; shrunken
- a dull, metallic sound, especially one made by two bodies coming into contact
- to make such a sound
- Shaped like a cone or funnel; conic.
- that originated in Ireland.
- Pertaining to or consisting of dunes.
- A genus of large South African antelope ( valued both for its hide and flesh.
- An elf; an inhabitant of fairy-land.
- A little urchin or child.
- Relating to or resembling an elf, especially in its tiny size or features.
- To lengthen out; to prolong.
- To put away; to separate; to keep off.
- One of a few villages in England
- A town in Louisiana
- A rural municipality in Manitoba, Canada
- Pertaining to elves; elvish; elven.
- Of or relating to certain veins of feldspathic or porphyritic rock crossing metalliferous veins in the mining districts of Cornwall.
- The rock of an elvan vein, or the vein itself.
- An ancient cantrefi of Dyfed in Wales
- chief deity listed and written about in ancient Sumerian, Akkadian, Hittite, Canaanite and other Mesopotamian clay and stone tablets; the god of breath, wind, loft, and breadth
- Relating to, or situated near, central or deep parts; inner.
- A miner's double-edged pick.
- A mould, especially one made from papier-mâché, used to create a stereotype.
- of Irish origin.
- name, transferred from the surname.
- An organ that synthesizes a substance, such as hormones or breast milk, and releases it, often into the bloodstream (endocrine gland) or into cavities inside the body or its outer surface (exocrine gland).
- A secretory structure on the surface of an organ.
- A compressable cylindrical case and its contents around a shaft where it passes through a barrier, intended to prevent the passage of a fluid past the barrier, such as:
- A gland used around a ship’s propeller shaft.
- A gland used around a tap, valve or faucet.
- To glisten; to gleam.
- A short flash of light.
- Not sharp; dull.
- To flash briefly.
- To glance; to peep forth, as a flower from the bud; to glitter.
- To dry; to wither.
- A knot in wood; a large or hard knot, or a protuberance with twisted grain, on a tree.
- Something resembling a knot in wood, such as in stone or limbs.
- The average value of the magnitude squared of the curl of a vector field over a continuous path that is tangent to the vector field at every point. In mathematical notation, gnarl is represented by the lowercase Greek letter ξ.
- To knot or twist something.
- To snarl or growl; to gnar.
- Relating to the inion.
- To hint at; disclose.
- To have a hint or inkling of; divine.
- Narrow linen tape, used for trimmings or to make shoelaces
- The material placed within a different material in the form of a decoration.
- A filling for a tooth, made of ceramic or gold to fit the cavity and shape of tooth and cemented into place.
- The piece of paper or the booklet inside the case of a CD or DVD
- To place pieces of a foreign material within another material to form a decorative design.
- To place an inlay in a tooth.
- To let in; admit.
- To insert; inlay.
- A body of water let into a coast, such as a bay, cove, fjord or estuary.
- A passage that leads into a cavity.
- ideal perfect beauty in the physical and moral sense, especially as perceived by Greek philosophers
- To stoop down and rest on the knee or knees.
- A contorted knot in wood.
- A crossgrained protuberance; a nodule; a boss or projection.
- A lined or crossgrained pattern of ridges or indentations rolled or pressed into a part for grip.
- To roll or press a pattern of ridges or indentations into a part for grip.
- Any of a class of fibrous proteins that provide structure, and regulate transcription in a cell nucleus
- A large bed of flints.
- To throw, as a lance; to let fly; to launch.
- Tall, slim, and rather ungraceful or awkward.
- Any of several types of light wood, resembling mahogany, from various trees from the Philippines and Malaysia.
- A grassy plain or pasture, especially surrounded by woodland; a glade.
- Made of lawn or fine linen.
- Having or resembling a grass lawn.
- Coagulated sour milk diluted with water.
- A fermented liquor made with coagulated sour milk.
- Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, a Russian revolutionary and politician.
- weakly articulated (of a consonant), hence voiced; especially as compared to the others of a group of homorganic consonants.
- A diminutive of the male given name Leonard.
- Any of a number of towns in the USA
- Very slow.
- Very slowly.
- A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played very slowly.
- of Chinese origin.
- To compare; to state that (something) is like (something else).
- A Chinese provincial tax levied at many inland stations upon imports or articles in transit.
- A liminal point; the threshold of a physiological or psychological response.
- A linear particle accelerator.
- A ledge, a terrace; a right-angled projection; a lynchet.
- An acclivity; a small hill or hillock.
- Having a lining, an inner layer or covering.
- Having lines, ruled.
- Having visible lines or wrinkles.
- Having ling, or heather, growing on it.
- Of or pertaining to hyperlinks.
- Covered with lint.
- To cause to be more lively.
- plural simple present form of
- The lower abdomen, groin and genitalia.
- Wide flared trousers of a kind worn in the disco era.
- Very silly, absurd.
- An insane or very foolish person.
- name derived from Lorenz or Lorenzo, the respectively German and Italian/Spanish cognates of Laurence.
- name, a rare spelling variant of Lauren.
- name of mostly Scottish usage.
- an island in the Bristol Channel, off the coast of Devon, England.
- A type of sweet muscat wine.
- A little moon or satellite.
- A garment worn around the waist by many people, especially men, in Southern India, Bangladesh, Burma, and Pakistan.
- Any member of the genus Lupinus in the family Fabaceae.
- A a yellow legume seed of a Lupinus plant (usually which is commonly eaten in the Mediterranean area and in Latin America although it is toxic if prepared improperly.
- The act of one who lies, or keeps low to the ground.
- An act of telling a lie or falsehood.
- A ghost town in California.
- A town in Maine.
- A in Mississippi.
- A village in Nebraska.
- A town in New Hampshire.
- A town in South Carolina.
- A town in Utah.
- A town in Washington.
- A town in Wyoming.
- name, a spelling variant of Linda.
- a rare spelling variant of Lynn.
- name, a common spelling variant of Lynn.
- A town in Wisconsin.
- A small wild cat of Central Asia, syn,
- A city in Georgia in the United States.
- A city in Iowa.
- A village in Ireland.
- A city in Kansas.
- An unincorporated community in Washington.
- Any of three species of pheasant in the genus Lophophorus.
- A Hebrew stringed instrument.
- The symbol ∇, used to denote the gradient operator.
- The four round-topped pedestals outside the Corn Exchange in Bristol on which bargains used to be struck.
- full of nails (the fastener)
- having long or overly protruding nails (fingernails or toenails)
- A particular organophosphate insecticide.
- A sheet-like layered mass of ice formed in freezing temperatures from the freezing of successive flows of ground water over previously formed layers of ice.
- The indentation or bump remaining in the abdomen of mammals where the umbilical cord was attached before birth.
- The central part or point of anything; the middle.
- An eye on the underside of a carronade for securing it to a carriage.
- derived from Niall.
- name transferred from the surname, or a rare spelling variant of Neil.
- derived from the given name.
- a variant of Neville.
- name transferred from the surname.
- A central pillar around which a staircase spirals.
- A sturdy pillar at the top or bottom of a flight of stairs, supporting the handrail.
- A novelty; a new thing.
- Relating to a nexus.
- A local government area of Borno State, Nigeria.
- Various languages: see
- Of or pertaining to nests.
- Of the uterus, exhibiting thickening before implantation of an ovum.
- Of or pertaining to a nidus.
- A trifle; something small and insignificant.
- name, of mostly British usage.
- A person, usually male, who is unpopular with their peers, unfashionable, socially awkward and/or introverted.
- Abounding with snow; snowy.
- Of the nature of, or relating to, a node.
- Characteristic of noil
- name, transferred use of the surname.
- Any of very many isomeric univalent hydrocarbon radicals, C9H19, formally derived from nonane by the loss of a hydrogen atom.
- A prickly pear cactus from the genus Opuntia, especially
- Of or pertaining to the back; dorsal.
- A southern African antelope, (syn. with thin white stripes in the grey or brown coat, a ridge of tufted hair running all along the spine, and long horns with a spiral twist.
- From or relating to a previous era.
- Old; ancient.
- To grow old; age; assume an older appearance or character; become affected by age.
- Any naturally-occurring greasy or oily substance related to fat
- Any glyceride of oleic acid
- a market town in the borough of Buckinghamshire, England
- an unincorporated community in Alabama, USA.
- a city in Illinois, USA
- a CDP and unincorporated area in Maryland, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Missouri, USA.
- a CDP and unincorporated community in Montana, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Oklahoma, USA.
- an unincorporated community in Oregon, USA.
- a neighbourhood in North Pennsylvania, USA.
- a city in Texas, USA.
- name from Welsh legend, specifically The Mabinogion.
- The phenomenon of successively younger rock strata extending progressively further across an erosion surface cut in older rocks.
- To form an onlap.
- A material placed such that it overlaps another
- Any of a class of fibrous proteins found in pilus structures in bacteria
- A long, broad and thick piece of timber, as opposed to a board which is less thick.
- A political issue that is of concern to a faction or a party of the people and the political position that is taken on that issue.
- Physical exercise in which one holds a pushup position for a measured length of time.
- A stupid person, idiot.
- That which supports or upholds.
- To cover something with planking.
- To bake (fish, etc.) on a piece of cedar lumber.
- To lay down, as on a plank or table; to stake or pay cash.
- To harden, as hat bodies, by felting.
- To splice together the ends of slivers of wool, for subsequent drawing.
- To pose for a photograph while lying rigid, face down, arms at side, in an unusual place.
- A style of Puerto Rican music having a highly syncopated rhythm and often satirical lyrics
- A song in this style
- A short, high-pitched metallic or percussive sound.
- To make a plink sound.
- To play a song or a portion of a song, usually on a percussion instrument such as a piano.
- An ancient Roman praenomen.
- Pliny the Elder, Gaius Plinius Secundus (23–79 AD): an ancient Roman nobleman, scientist and historian, author of Naturalis Historia, "Pliny's Natural History".
- Pliny the Younger, Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus (63–ca. 113): an ancient Roman statesman, orator, and writer, a great-nephew of Pliny the Elder.
- The sound of something solid landing.
- To set or toss (something) down carelessly.
- To automatically ignore a particular poster; to killfile.
- Precisely and forcefully.
- Cheap or inferior everyday wine.
- A female police constable.
- A city/town in Missouri.
- A slope; an incline, inclination.
- A sloped surface or line.
- A run: a heading driven diagonally between the dip and strike of a coal seam.
- of particularly in its use to set off pronunciations from other text.
- An oblique movement or course.
- A sloping surface in a culture medium.
- A pan with a sloped bottom used for holding paintbrushes.
- A container or surface bearing shallow sloping areas to hold watercolors.
- A sarcastic remark; shade, an indirect mocking insult.
- An opportunity, particularly to go somewhere.
- A crime committed for the purpose of being apprehended and transported to a major settlement.
- A point of view, an angle; a bias.
- A look, a glance.
- A person with slanting eyes, particularly an East Asian.
- To lean, tilt or incline.
- To bias or skew.
- To throw with a circular or arcing motion.
- To throw with a sling.
- To pass a rope around (a cask, gun, etc.) preparatory to attaching a hoisting or lowering tackle.
- To sell drugs.
- An instrument for throwing stones or other missiles, consisting of a short strap with two strings fastened to its ends, or with a string fastened to one end and a light stick to the other.
- A kind of hanging bandage put around the neck, in which a wounded arm or hand is supported.
- A loop of cloth, worn around the neck, for supporting a baby or other such load.
- A loop of rope, or a rope or chain with hooks, for suspending a barrel, bale, or other heavy object, in hoisting or lowering.
- A strap attached to a firearm, for suspending it from the shoulder.
- A band of rope or iron for securing a yard to a mast.
- The act or motion of hurling as with a sling; a throw; figuratively, a stroke.
- A loop of rope or fabric tape used for various purposes: e.g. as part of a runner, or providing extra protection when abseiling or belaying.
- A drink composed of a spirit (usually gin) and water sweetened.
- A young or infant spider, such as one raised in captivity.
- An animal, especially a calf, born prematurely or abortively.
- Any of very many animals (either hermaphroditic or nonhermaphroditic), of the class Gastropoda, having a coiled shell.
- A slow person; a sluggard.
- A spiral cam, or a flat piece of metal of spirally curved outline, used for giving motion to, or changing the position of, another part, as the hammer tail of a striking clock.
- A tortoise or testudo; a movable roof or shed to protect besiegers.
- The pod of the
- To move or travel very slowly
- A knot or complication of hair, thread, or the like, difficult to disentangle; entanglement; hence, intricate complication; embarrassing difficulty.
- The act of snarling; a growl; a surly or peevish expression; an angry contention.
- A growl, for example that of an angry or surly dog, or similar; grumbling sounds
- A slow-moving traffic jam
- To form raised work upon the outer surface of (thin metal ware) by the repercussion of a snarling iron upon the inner surface.
- To entangle; to complicate; to involve in knots.
- To embarrass; to ensnare.
- To growl, like an angry or surly dog; to gnarl; to utter grumbling sounds.
- To speak crossly; to talk in rude, surly terms.
- An abject, cowardly person who submits tamely to others.
- The hooded merganser.
- Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a son.
- A type of Celtic harp.
- A city/town in North Dakota.
- Of or relating to tones or tonality.
- Employing tones that have a predictable relationship to some tonic.
- Employing differences in pitch (tones) to distinguish differences in the meaning of otherwise similar words (words which would otherwise be homophonic).
- An animal companion which accompanies a person from birth to death.
- A lancer, a soldier armed with a lance in a former light cavalry unit of the Polish, Prussian/German, Austrian, and Russian armies.
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