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- boiling water reactor
- Weapons release authorization
- Turned away, contorted (of the face or body).
- Dryly humorous; sardonic or bitterly ironic.
- Twisted, bent, crooked.
- Deviating from the right direction; misdirected; out of place.
- To turn (away); to swerve or deviate.
- To divert; to cause to turn away.
- To twist or contort (the body, face, etc.).
- To cover; clothe; cover up; cloak; hide.
- In a row, line, or rank; successively.
- Obliquely, crookedly; askew.
- Perversely, improperly.
- Turned or twisted toward one side; crooked, distorted, out of place.
- Wrong or distorted; perverse, amiss.
- To move or develop something.
- To sketch; depict with lines; to produce a picture with pencil, crayon, chalk, etc. on paper, cardboard, etc.
- To deduce or infer.
- (of drinks, especially tea) To leave temporarily so as to allow the flavour to increase.
- To take or procure from a place of deposit; to call for and receive from a fund, etc.
- To take into the lungs; to inhale.
- To move; to come or go.
- To obtain from some cause or origin; to infer from evidence or reasons; to deduce from premises; to derive.
- To withdraw.
- To draw up (a document).
- To exert or experience force.
- To drag, pull.
- To pull; to exert strength in drawing anything; to have force to move anything by pulling.
- To pull out (as a gun from a holster, or a tooth).
- To undergo the action of pulling or dragging.
- To pull back the bowstring and its arrow in preparation for shooting.
- (of curtains, etc.) To close.
- (of curtains, etc.) To open.
- To take the top card of a deck into hand.
- To remove or separate or displace.
- To extract a liquid, or cause a liquid to come out, primarily water or blood.
- To drain by emptying; to suck dry.
- To extract; to force out; to elicit; to derive.
- To sink in water; to require a depth for floating.
- To work as an epispastic; said of a blister, poultice, etc.
- To have a draught; to transmit smoke, gases, etc.
- To consume, for example, power.
- To change in size or shape.
- To extend in length; to lengthen; to protract; to stretch.
- To become contracted; to shrink.
- To attract or be attracted.
- To attract.
- To search for game.
- To cause.
- To exert an attractive force; to act as an inducement or enticement.
- (Usually as draw on or draw upon): to rely on; utilize as a source.
- To disembowel.
- To end a game in a draw (with neither side winning).
- A random selection process.
- To select by the drawing of lots.
- To win in a lottery or similar game of chance.
- To trade in cards for replacements in draw poker games; to attempt to improve one's hand with future cards. See also draw out.
- To make a shot that lands in the house without hitting another stone.
- To play (a short-length ball directed at the leg stump) with an inclined bat so as to deflect the ball between the legs and the wicket.
- To hit (the ball) with the toe of the club so that it is deflected toward the left.
- To strike (the cue ball) below the center so as to give it a backward rotation which causes it to take a backward direction on striking another ball.
- The result of a contest in which neither side has won; a tie.
- The procedure by which the result of a lottery is determined.
- Something that attracts e.g. a crowd.
- The result of a two-innings match in which at least one side did not complete all their innings before time ran out. Different from a tie.
- A golf shot that (for the right-handed player) curves intentionally to the left. See hook, slice, fade.
- A shot that lands in the house without hitting another stone.
- A dry stream bed that drains surface water only during periods of heavy rain or flooding.
- In a commission-based job, an advance on future (potential) commissions given to an employee by the employer.
- A situation in which one or more players has four cards of the same suit or four out of five necessary cards for a straight and requires a further card to make their flush or straight.
- The act of pulling back the strings in preparation of firing.
- The spin or twist imparted to a ball etc. by a drawing stroke.
- A member of a fictional race of dark elves in various fantasy settings, such as Dungeons & Dragons.
- A fictional constructed language spoken by the Drow.
- A trow; a member of a race of folkloric beings from Orkney and Shetland; cognate to the Scandinavian trollDictionary of the Scots Language.
- A woman; a wife, especially a Dutch or German one.
- A slovenly woman; a wench; a lusty woman.
- A big, fat woman; a slovenly, coarse, or untidy woman; a woman of low character.
- Brittle; tender; crisp
- A cleaving tool with handle at right angles to the blade, for splitting cask staves and shingles from the block; a frower.
- The fore part of a vessel; the bow; the stem; hence, the vessel itself.
- Brave, valiant, gallant. Merriam Webster’s Online Dictionary – prow 
- form of To make a loud noise.
- form of A loud noise.
- To trust or believe.
- To have confidence in, or to give credence to.
- Trust or faith.
- Any of several flat-bottomed sailing boats used for fishing or for carrying bulk goods
- A plank 6 feet long and 1 foot across.
- To spend.
- The state, quality, or condition of being twisted, physically or mentally:
- The state, quality, or condition of being physically bent or twisted out of shape.
- The state, quality, or condition of being deviant from what is right or proper morally or mentally.
- A distortion:
- A distortion or twist, such as in a piece of wood
- A mental or moral distortion, deviation, or aberration.
- The threads that run lengthwise in a woven fabric; crossed by the woof or weft.
- The foundation, the basis, the undergirding.
- A line or cable or rode as is used in warping (mooring or hauling) a ship, and sometimes for other purposes such as deploying a seine or creating drag.
- A theoretical construct that permits travel across a medium without passing through it normally, such as a teleporter or time warp.
- A situation or place which is or seems to be from another era; a time warp.
- The sediment which subsides from turbid water; the alluvial deposit of muddy water artificially introduced into low lands in order to enrich or fertilise them.
- A throw or cast, as of fish (in which case it is used as a unit of measure: about four fish, though sometimes three or even two), oysters, etc.
- To twist or become twisted, physically or mentally:
- To twist or turn (something) out of shape; to deform.
- To become twisted out of shape; to deform.
- To deflect or turn (something) away from a true, proper or moral course; to pervert; to bias.
- To go astray or be deflected from a true, proper or moral course; to deviate.
- To run (yarn) off the reel into hauls to be tarred.
- To arrange (strands of thread, etc) so that they run lengthwise in weaving.
- To plot; to fabricate or weave (a plot or scheme).
- To change or fix (make fixed, for example by freezing).
- To move:
- To move a vessel by hauling on a line or cable that is fastened to an anchor or pier; to move a sailing ship through a restricted place such as a harbour.
- To move or be moved by this method.
- To fly with a bending or waving motion, like a flock of birds or insects.
- To travel or transport across a medium without passing through it normally, as by using a teleporter or time warp.
- To bring forth (young) prematurely.
- To fertilize (low-lying land) by letting the tide, a river, or other water in upon it to deposit silt and alluvial matter.
- To throw.
- Thin, muscular and flexible.
- damaged and shabby as a result of much use
- angry; vexed; wrathful
- a small city in Colorado, USA
- a village in City of district, Lancashire, England
- A written order, issued by a court, ordering someone to do (or stop doing) something.
- Authority, power to enforce compliance.
- That which is written; writing.
- Fate, destiny, particularly in an Anglo-Saxon or Old Norse context.
- A judgment, sentence, or final decision. Specifically: The decision of arbitrators in a case submitted.
- The paper containing the decision of arbitrators; that which is warded.
- A trophy or medal; something that denotes an accomplishment, especially in a competition. A prize or honor based on merit.
- Care, keeping.
- A negotiated minimum wage that is set for a particular trade or industry; an industrial award.
- To give by sentence or judicial determination; to assign or apportion, after careful regard to the nature of the case; to adjudge
- To determine; to make or grant an award.
- to give an award (prize) for merit
- A device for cutting the awns from grain.
- At work; in action.
- A fight, usually with a large number of people involved.
- To engage in a brawl; to fight or quarrel.
- To complain loudly; to scold.
- To make a loud confused noise, as the water of a rapid stream running over stones.
- To crouch or cringe, or to avoid or shy away from something, in fear.
- To cherish with care.
- To creep; to move slowly on hands and knees, or by dragging the body along the ground.
- To move forward slowly, with frequent stops.
- To act in a servile manner.
- See crawl with.
- To feel a swarming sensation.
- To swim using the crawl stroke.
- To move over an area on hands and knees.
- To visit while becoming inebriated.
- To visit files or web sites in order to index them for searching.
- The act of moving slowly on hands and knees etc, or with frequent stops
- A rapid swimming stroke with alternate overarm strokes and a fluttering kick
- A very slow pace.
- A piece of horizontally scrolling text overlaid on the main image.
- A pen or enclosure of stakes and hurdles for holding fish.
- To press forward; to advance by pushing.
- To press together or collect in numbers; to swarm; to throng.
- To press or drive together, especially into a small space; to cram.
- To fill by pressing or thronging together
- To push, to press, to shove.
- To approach another ship too closely when it has right of way.
- To carry excessive sail in the hope of moving faster.
- To press by solicitation; to urge; to dun; hence, to treat discourteously or unreasonably.
- A group of people congregated or collected into a close body without order.
- Several things collected or closely pressed together; also, some things adjacent to each other.
- The so-called lower orders of people; the populace, vulgar.
- A group of people united or at least characterised by a common interest.
- A fiddle.
- To play on a crowd; to fiddle.
- An archaic stringed instrument associated particularly with Wales, though once played widely in Europe, and characterized by a vaulted back and enough space for the player to stop each of the six strings on the fingerboard.
- Payment, such as property or money, paid by the bride's family to the groom or his family at the time of marriage.Gary Ferraro & Susan Andreatta, Cultural Anthropology, 8th edn. (Belmont, Cal: Wadsworth, 2010), 223.
- Payment by the groom or his family to the bride's family: bride price.
- A natural gift or talent.
- To bestow a dowry upon.
- To drag on slowly and heavily; while or dawdle away time indolently.
- To utter or pronounce in a dull, spiritless tone, as if by dragging out the utterance.
- To move slowly and heavily; move in a dull, slow, lazy mannner.
- To speak with a slow, spiritless utterance, from affectation, laziness, or lack of interest.
- a way of speaking slowly while lengthening vowel sounds and running words together. Characteristic of some southern US accents, as well as Scots.
- Appearing agitated and unwell
- 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.
- name, a rare variant of Irwin.
- name from the Norman French for Edward
- derived from the given name
- An office or place of household service where the ewers were kept.
- The comparative of a smaller number.
- A facial expression in which the eyebrows are brought together, and the forehead is wrinkled, usually indicating displeasure, sadness or worry, or less often confusion or concentration.
- A facial expression in which the corners of the mouth are pointed down.
- To have a frown on one's face.
- To manifest displeasure or disapprobation; to look with disfavour or threateningly.
- To repress or repel by expressing displeasure or disapproval; to rebuke with a look.
- To communicate by frowning.
- A peninsula in southern Wales.
- The deep, threatening sound made in the throat by an animal; an aggressive grumbling.
- The sound made by a hungry stomach.
- To utter a deep guttural sound, as an angry animal; to give forth an angry, grumbling sound.
- To express (something) by growling.
- To send a user a message via the Growl software library.
- Covered by growth; overgrown.
- (of a person) Adult.
- name transferred back from the surname.
- The Jewish population of the world collectively; the Jewish population of a locale.
- The land of the Jews; Judea.
- A lake on the border between Zambia and Congo.
- A river in Poland and Belarus.
- The historical inhabitants of the Kathmandu Valley and its surrounding areas in Nepal, and creators of its historic heritage and civilization.
- The alder tree.
- A smuggler of sheep or wool (see owling).
- One who owns something.
- The captain of a ship.
- A shrimp of the suborder Dendrobranchiata.
- (Britain and commonwealth of nations) A large shrimp
- A woman with a very toned body, but an unattractive face.
- To fish for prawns.
- To rove over, through, or about in a stealthy manner; especially, to search in, as for prey or booty.
- To idle; to go about aimlessly.
- To collect by plunder.
- The act of prowling.
- To make (something) new again; to restore to freshness or original condition.
- To replace (something which has broken etc.); to replenish (something which has been exhausted), to keep up a required supply of.
- To make new spiritually; to regenerate.
- To become new, or as new; to revive.
- To begin again; to recommence.
- To repeat.
- To extend a period of loan, especially a library book that is due to be returned.
- To furnish with new pews.
- To saw again or anew.
- To sow again, to plant seed where it has already been planted.
- To wet again.
- A gunlock.
- To win again or anew.
- loud and disorderly; riotous; boisterous
- A boisterous person; a brawler.
- Formed into a row, or rows; having a specified number of rows.
- The small spiked wheel on the end of a spur.
- A little flat ring or wheel on a horse's bit.
- A roll of hair, silk, etc., passed through the flesh of a horse in the manner of a seton in human surgery.
- To use a rowel on something, especially to drain fluid.
- To incite, to goad.
- One who rows.
- A rowing machine.
- One who saws; a sawyer.
- A sod of grass-grown turf from the surface of a bog or from a field.
- A turf covering the roof of a cottage beneath the thatch.
- A device that has a helical function.
- A simple machine, a helical inclined plane.
- A (usually) metal fastener consisting of a shank partially or completely threaded shank, sometimes with a threaded point, and a head used to both hold the top material and to drive the screw either directly into a soft material or into a prepared hole.
- A ship's propeller.
- An Archimedes screw.
- A steam vessel propelled by a screw instead of wheels.
- A prison guard.
- An extortioner; a sharp bargainer; a skinflint.
- An instructor who examines with great or unnecessary severity; also, a searching or strict examination of a student by an instructor.
- Sexual intercourse; the act of screwing.
- A casual sexual partner.
- Salary, wages.
- A small packet of tobacco.
- An old, worn-out, unsound and worthless horse.
- A straight line in space with which a definite linear magnitude termed the pitch is associated. It is used to express the displacement of a rigid body, which may always be made to consist of a rotation about an axis combined with a translation parallel to that axis.
- An amphipod crustacean.
- A prison guard.
- To connect or assemble pieces using a screw.
- To have sexual intercourse with.
- To cheat someone or ruin their chances in a game or other situation. Sometimes used in the form "screw over".
- To apply pressure on; to put the screws on.
- To practice extortion upon; to oppress by unreasonable or extortionate exactions.
- To contort.
- To miskick (a ball) by hitting it with the wrong part of the foot.
- To screw back.
- To examine (a student) rigidly; to subject to a severe examination.
- A scroll.
- A clipping from skins; a currier's cuttings.
- Any of several species of Asian ungulates of the genus Capricornis.
- A pipe or system of pipes used to remove human waste and to provide drainage.
- To provide (a place) with a system of sewers.
- A servant attending at a meal who is responsible for seating arrangements, serving dishes, etc.
- One who sews.
- A small tortricid moth, the larva of which sews together the edges of a leaf using silk.
- Any of numerous small, mouselike, chiefly nocturnal, mammals of the family Soricidae (order Soricomorpha).
- Certain other small mammals that resemble true shrews (order Soricomorpha).
- An ill-tempered, nagging woman: a scold.
- To beshrew; to curse.
- A soldier on horseback, especially one during the British Raj.
- To distribute objects or pieces of something over an area, especially in a random manner.
- To cover, or lie upon, by having been scattered.
- To spread abroad; to disseminate.
- The waste chips or shavings from an abrasive activity, such as metalworking, a saw cutting wood, or the use of a grindstone or whetstone.
- A particular waste chip or shaving.
- To grind down.
- To grow languid; to faint.
- A swoon or faint.
- A large number of insects, especially when in motion or (for bees) migrating to a new colony.
- A mass of people, animals or things in motion or turmoil.
- A group of nodes sharing the same torrent in a BitTorrent network.
- To move as a swarm.
- To teem, or be overrun with insects, people, etc.
- To fill a place as a swarm.
- To overwhelm as by an opposing army.
- To climb by gripping with arms and legs alternately.
- To breed multitudes.
- To take an oath.
- To use offensive language.
- A swear word.
- Top-heavy; too high.
- Dull; heavy; lazy; slow; reluctant; unwilling.
- A lazy time; a short rest during working hours (especially field labour); a siesta.
- To be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.
- Dull; indolent; lazy.
- Reluctant; unwilling; disinclined.
- The neck.
- A hollow between two hills or peaks, especially with a road running through it; a vale.
- To twist or whirl, as an eddy.
- To be arranged in a twist, spiral or whorl.
- to circulate
- A whirling eddy.
- A twist or coil of something.
- Given or declared under oath.
- Ardent, devout.
- One who taws; a dresser of whitleather.
- To twist or turn.
- To hurl; to cause an object to move rapidly through the air.
- To eject or cause to fall off.
- To move to another position or condition; to displace.
- To make (a pot) by shaping clay as it turns on a wheel.
- Of a bowler, to deliver (the ball) illegally by straightening the bowling arm during delivery.
- To send (an error) to an exception-handling mechanism in order to interrupt normal processing.
- To intentionally lose a game.
- To confuse or mislead.
- To send desperately.
- To imprison.
- To organize an event, especially a party.
- To roll (a die or dice).
- To cause a certain number on the die or dice to be shown after rolling it.
- To discard.
- To lift the opponent off the ground and bring him back down, especially into a position behind the thrower.
- To subject someone to verbally.
- To change in order to give the illusion that the voice is that of someone else.
- To show sudden emotion, especially anger.
- To project or send forth.
- To put on hastily; to spread carelessly.
- To twist two or more filaments of (silk, etc.) so as to form one thread; to twist together, as singles, in a direction contrary to the twist of the singles themselves; sometimes applied to the whole class of operations by which silk is prepared for the weaver.
- To select (a pitcher); to assign a pitcher to a given role (such as starter or reliever).
- The flight of a thrown object
- The act of throwing something.
- One's ability to throw
- A distance travelled; displacement; as, the throw of the piston.
- A piece of fabric used to cover a bed, sofa or other soft furnishing.
- A single instance, occurrence, venture, or chance.
- Pain, especially pain associated with childbirth; throe.
- The act of giving birth in animals, especially in cows.
- To give birth to.
- A moment, time, occasion.
- A period of time; a while.
- A net or dragnet used for trawling.
- A long fishing line having many short lines bearing hooks attached to it; a setline.
- To take fish, or other marine animals, with a trawl.
- To fish from a slow moving boat.
- To make an exhaustive search for something within a defined area.
- A fool, a twit.
- A small or puny person; one regarded as insignificant, contemptible.
- A person who can be bullied playfully, or easily teased. Sometimes used as a pet-name (often for a younger sibling).
- To glance shyly or slyly; look askance; make eyes; leer; peer; pry.
- To twinkle; sparkle; wink.
- A sly glance; a leer.
- A twisted filament; a thread.
- To twist; twirl.
- A pipe through which the blast is delivered to the interior of a blast furnace, or to the fire of a forge; a tuyere.
- A movement where one spins round elegantly; a pirouette.
- To perform a twirl.
- To rotate rapidly.
- Watchful; vigilant; alert.
- One who wakes somebody or something.
- A breed of light saddle horse from Australia, once favoured as a warhorse.
- A plank of wood, block of concrete, etc., used for support or to maintain required separation between components in order to help maintain the form of a construction under stress.
- Goods or services that are for sale.
- Having warts.
- Similar to a wart.
- To sway back and forth; to totter or reel.
- To flicker, glimmer, quiver, as a weak light.
- To fluctuate or vary, as commodity prices or a poorly sustained musical pitch.
- To shake or tremble, as the hands or voice.
- To falter; become unsteady; begin to fail or give way.
- To be indecisive between choices; to feel or show doubt or indecision; to vacillate.
- An act of wavering, vacillating, etc.
- Someone who waves, enjoys waving, etc.
- Someone who specializes in waving (hair treatment).
- A tool that accomplishes hair waving.
- A sapling left standing in a fallen wood.
- A device used to apply wax.
- A person who applies wax.
- Something that waxes (grows larger as opposed to waning).
- plural simple past form of
- Insipid; tasteless; delicate; having a pale and sickly look.
- A river in northwest Germany, flowing north from south Lower Saxony into the North Sea.
- A man-made landing place for ships on a shore or river bank.
- The bank of a river, or the shore of the sea.
- A rattling or uvular utterance of the r-sound.
- A fine sand from the banks of the Trent, used as a polishing powder.
- To rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.
- To have a sensation of spinning or reeling.
- To make something or someone whirl.
- To remove or carry quickly with, or as with, a revolving motion; to snatch.
- An act of whirling.
- Something that whirls.
- A confused tumult.
- A rapid series of events.
- Dizziness or giddiness.
- A brief experiment or trial.
- To move or vibrate (something) with a buzzing sound.
- To make a sibilant buzzing or droning sound.
- To cause (something) to make such a sound.
- A sibilant buzz or vibration; the sound of something in rapid motion.
- A bustle of noise and excitement.
- A pattern of concentric circles.
- A circle of three or more leaves, flowers, or other organs, about the same part or joint of a stem.
- A volution, or turn, of the spire of a univalve shell.
- A flywheel, a weight attached to a spindle (attested in English from 1460)
- To form a pattern of concentric circles.
- The whortleberry, or bilberry.
- Someone who wipes.
- Something, such as a towel, that is used for wiping.
- Something, such as a windscreen wiper, that is designed for wiping.
- A movable electric contact in some devices.
- A junior role in the engine room of a ship, someone who wipes down machinery and generally keeps it clean.
- Equipped with wires, so as to connect to a power source or to other electric or electronic equipment; connected by wires.
- Equipped with hidden electronic eavesdropping devices.
- Reinforced, supported, tied or bound with wire.
- Very excited, overstimulated; high-strung.
- A pair in seven card stud with one face up and one face down.
- Three of a kind as the first three cards in seven card stud.
- Connected to the Internet; online.
- A tool to assist in installing wire.
- A person who installs wiring.
- Someone who woos or courts.
- Angry debate or conversation; argument.
- Lines in a script for a performance.
- Using an excessive number of words.
- Of or pertaining to work; tending to be too serious about work.
- Human collective existence; existence in general.
- A especially one which is or
- Any other which many be inhabitable, such as a
- A such as containing one or multiple of specially intelligent ones.
- An individual or group or setting.
- A great amount.
- Age, era
- To consider or cause to be considered from a global perspective; to consider as a global whole, rather than making or focussing on national or other distinctions; compare globalise.
- To make real; to make worldly.
- Of or like a worm or worms.
- Infested with worms.
- To be troubled, to give way to mental anxiety.
- Disturb the peace of mind of; afflict with mental agitation or distress.
- To harass; to irritate or distress.
- To seize or shake by the throat, especially of a dog or wolf.
- To touch repeatedly, to fiddle with.
- To strangle.
- A strong feeling of anxiety.
- An instance or cause of such a feeling.
- More ill.
- Less skillfully.
- More severely or seriously.
- Used to start a sentence describing something that is worse.
- To make worse; to put at disadvantage; to discomfit.
- Loss; disadvantage; defeat.
- That which is worse; something less good.
- Most inferior; doing the least good.
- Most unfavorable.
- Most harmful or severe.
- Most ill.
- definition: something that is worst.
- something or someone that is the worst
- In the worst way: most badly, most ill.
- To make worse.
- To grow worse; to deteriorate.
- To outdo or defeat, especially in battle.
- A wrench, twist, or sprain of the body.
- A twisted or distorted view or understanding.
- To sprain any part of the body.
- To cry like a cat; to waul.
- To cause, inflict or let out, especially if causing harm or injury.
- To inflict or take vengeance on.
- To take vengeance for.
- Revenge; vengeance; furious passion; resentment.
- Punishment; retribution; payback.
- Something or someone that has been ruined.
- The remains of something that has been severely damaged or worn down.
- An event in which something is damaged through collision.
- Goods, etc. cast ashore by the sea after a shipwreck.
- To destroy violently; to cause severe damage to something, to a point where it no longer works, or is useless.
- To ruin or dilapidate.
- (Australia) To dismantle wrecked vehicles or other objects, to reclaim any useful parts.
- To involve in a wreck; hence, to cause to suffer ruin; to balk of success, and bring disaster on.
- To pull or twist violently.
- To obtain by pulling or violent force.
- To seize.
- To twist, pervert, distort.
- To tune with a wrest, or key.
- The act of wresting; a wrench or twist; distortion.
- Active or motive power.
- A key to tune a stringed instrument.
- A partition in a water wheel by which the form of the buckets is determined.
- To twist; turn
- To wrench; strain
- A painful muscular spasm in the neck or back
- To squeeze or twist tightly so that liquid is forced out.
- To obtain by force.
- To hold tightly and press or twist.
- To writhe; to twist, as if in anguish.
- To kill an animal, usually poultry, by breaking its neck by twisting.
- To pain; to distress; to torment; to torture.
- To distort; to pervert; to wrest.
- To subject to extortion; to afflict, or oppress, in order to enforce compliance.
- To bend or strain out of its position.
- A powerful squeezing or twisting action.
- To form letters, words or symbols on a surface in order to communicate.
- To be the author of (a book, article, poem, etc.).
- To send written information to.
- To show (information, etc) in written form.
- To be an author.
- To record data mechanically or electronically.
- To fill in, to complete using words.
- To impress durably; to imprint; to engrave.
- To make known by writing; to record; to prove by one's own written testimony; often used reflexively.
- The operation of storing data, as in memory or onto disk.
- Incorrect or untrue.
- Asserting something incorrect or untrue.
- Immoral, not good, bad.
- Improper; unfit; unsuitable.
- Not working; out of order.
- Designed to be worn or placed inward; as, the wrong side of a garment or of a piece of cloth.
- Twisted; wry.
- In a way that isn't right; incorrectly, wrongly.
- Something that is immoral or not good.
- An instance of wronging someone (sometimes with possessive to indicate the wrongdoer).
- The incorrect or unjust position or opinion.
- The opposite of right; the concept of badness.
- To treat unjustly; to injure or harm.
- To deprive of some right, or to withhold some act of justice.
- To slander; to impute evil to unjustly.
- An Australian indigenous shelter made from small branches with leaves still attached.
- crawling, teeming
- The trachea.
- A flight path used by aeroplanes.
- The first Apostle in the New Testament.
- A village in Alberta, Canada
- A city in Iowa
- An unincorporated community in West Virginia
- A response or reply; something said or done in reaction to a statement or question.
- A solution to a problem.
- A document filed in response to a complaint, responding to each point raised in the complaint and raising counterpoints.
- To make a reply or response to.
- To speak in defence against; to reply to in defence.
- To respond to a call by someone at a door or telephone, or other similar piece of equipment.
- To suit a need or purpose satisfactorily.
- To be accountable or responsible; to make amends.
- To file a document in response to a complaint.
- To correspond to; to be in harmony with; to be in agreement with.
- To be opposite, or to act in opposition.
- To be or act in conformity, or by way of accommodation, correspondence, relation, or proportion; to conform; to correspond; to suit; usually with to.
- To respond to satisfactorily; to meet successfully by way of explanation, argument, or justification; to refute.
- To be or act in compliance with, in fulfillment or satisfaction of, as an order, obligation, or demand.
- To render account to or for.
- To atone for; to be punished for.
- To be or act as an equivalent to, or as adequate or sufficient for; to serve for; to repay.
- Short darts feathered at the ends.
- Consisting of arrows.
- Formed or moving like, or in any respect resembling, an arrow; swift; darting; piercing.
- Filled or overrun (with moving objects or beings).
- The action of an advowee, advocate or patron
- advocacy, patronage, protection
- To avenge, take vengeance on.
- The name of several villages in north-eastern England.
- originating from one of these villages.
- The name of several towns in the United States, either named after one of the English villages or a person bearing the surname.
- a city in Florida, USA
- A passage into a field or yard, closed by bars that can be lifted out of the posts.
- The practice of procuring women for the gratification of lust.
- Illicit intercourse; fornication.
- Obscenity; filthy, unchaste language.
- A mountain range in northeast Wales.
- To use caution, pay attention to (used both with and without of).
- To work around or about; surround.
- To work, as with thread; embroider.
- To work over; rework; edit.
- To wrap up or otherwise conceal; clothe; envelop.
- To accuse; malign; speak evil of.
- To reveal, divulge, or make (something) known; disclose.
- To reveal or disclose and show the presence or true character of, especially if unintentionally or incidentally, or else if perfidiously, prejudicially, or to one's discredit.
- To expose or rat out (someone).
- To expose to harm.
- To expose (a deception).
- To soil or befoul; to beray.
- A person who blows.
- Any device that blows.
- A ducted fan, usually part of a heating, ventilation, and/or air conditioning system.
- A braggart, or loud talker.
- The whale; so called by seamen, from its habit of spouting up a column of water.
- A small fish of the Atlantic coast, the puffer.
- A fuel metering/delivery pump at a filling station.
- A road vehicle (often a trailer) for the transport of liquid fuel, particularly aviation fuel at an airfield.
- A mobile water tank deployed to distribute fresh water in emergency situations where the normal system of piped distribution has broken down or is insufficient.
- A buffoon or imbecile.
- Characterized by brawn; muscular, thewy; strong.
- Calloused; hardened.
- a kind of broth thickened with bread or meal
- a spelling variant of Brown.
- Somewhat brown; having a brownish tinge.
- To scan, to casually look through in order to find items of interest, especially without knowledge of what to look for beforehand.
- To move about while sampling, such as with food or products on display.
- To navigate through hyperlinked documents on a computer, usually with a browser.
- To move about while eating parts of plants, especially plants other than pasture, such as shrubs or trees.
- To feed on, as pasture; to pasture on; to graze.
- Young shoots and twigs.
- Fodder for cattle and other animals.
- A town in North Carolina, USA
- the local customs and laws of a settlement or district
- A proverb or proverbial expression, common saying; a frequently used word or phrase.
- A characteristic word or expression; a word or phrase associated with a person or group.
- Someone or something that stands as an example (i.e. metonymically) for something else, by having some of that something's characteristic traits.
- An object of notoriety or contempt, scorn or derision.
- A nickname or epithet.
- Work done in addition to one's normal duties; subordinate or secondary business; work done on the side.
- A county in the Republic of Ireland
- A town in the county of Carlow, Ireland.
- A fly-flapper or whisk originally made from the bushy tail of a yak.
- One who claws things.
- A gastropod of the family Cypraeidae common to the Indian Ocean.
- The pyriform shell of the cowrie, especially of the species money cowry ( formerly used as money in some areas.
- A city in southern Poland, situated on the Vistula river.
- Crawling around.
- As if covered in moving things such as insects.
- Having a crew; manned; piloted.
- Worsted yarn, slackly twisted, used for embroidery.
- To make (embroidery) using the crewel method.
- A member of a crew, as on a ship or spacecraft
- A person in charge of locating the technical crew for a media production
- A competitive rower
- A thick gruel of oatmeal and milk or water.
- Any regulation requiring people to be off the streets and in their homes by a certain time.
- The time when such restriction begins.
- A signal indicating this time.
- A fireplace accessory designed to bank a fire by completely covering the embers.
- A regulation in feudal Europe by which fires had to be covered up or put out at a certain fixed time in the evening, marked by the ringing of an evening bell.
- The evening bell, which continued to be rung in many towns after the regulation itself became obsolete.
- Any of several migratory wading birds in the genus Numenius of the family Scolopacidae, remarkable for their long, slender, downcurved bills.
- a market town in the borough of Blackburn with Darwen, Lancashire, England.
- To cause an animal to excrete any worms in the digestive tract by the administration of drugs.
- To subject to the process of dewretting.
- A divining rod used in searching for water, ore, etc.; a dowsing rod.
- One who uses the dowser or divining rod.
- The party directed to pay the amount of a draft or cheque.
- An open-topped box that can be slid in and out of the cabinet that contains it, used for storing clothing or other articles.
- definition; one who draws.
- An artist who primarily makes drawings.
- One who writes a bank draft, check/cheque, or promissory note.
- A barman; a man who draws the beer from the taps.
- Someone who taps palm sap for making
- A wagoner or person who pushes underground tubs.
- Having a drawling sound.
- The state of being sleepy and inactive.
- To be sleepy and inactive
- To nod off; to fall asleep.
- To advance drowsily.
- To make heavy with sleepiness or imperfect sleep; to make dull or stupid.
- Inclined to drowse; heavy with sleepiness; lethargic; dozy.
- Disposing to sleep; lulling; soporific.
- Dull; stupid.
- A live-in doorkeeper, especially in an apartment building.
- Much undersized; dwarfish.
- Any of various insects of the order Dermaptera that have elongated bodies, large membranous wings folded underneath short leathery forewings and a pair of large pincers protruding from the rear of the abdomen.
- One who whispers insinuations; a secret counsellor.
- To fill the mind of with prejudice by insinuations.
- To attempt to influence by persistent confidential argument or talk.
- To eavesdrop.
- To wrap around, surround; to envelop
- To absorb completely or engross
- Before now; prior to this point in time.
- A written instrument, such as a deed, temporarily deposited with a neutral third party (the escrow agent), by the agreement of two parties to a valid contract. The escrow agent will deliver the document to the benefited party when the conditions of the contract have been met. The depositor has no control over the instrument in escrow.
- In common law, escrow applied to the deposits only of instruments for conveyance of land, but it now applies to all instruments so deposited.
- Money or other property so deposited is also loosely referred to as escrow.
- The state of property deposited with an escrow agent.
- To place in escrow.
- A servant responsible for linen, handwashing, and providing water for the bath.
- One who fawns; a sycophant.
- A support or holder for a spear, attached to a saddle or breastplate.
- To rest (a spear) in its fewter.
- To despise; scorn.
- To forsake; quit; abandon; desert.
- To cast off; scorn.
- Because; for the reason that.
- A froe or frow (cleaving tool).
- Stuffiness; stifling warmth in a room.
- To enjoy being in a warm, close, stuffy place.
- Having a dingy, neglected, and scruffy appearance.
- Alternative spelling of frowsy
- Someone who gawks; someone who stares stupidly.
- To look or stare with anger.
- An angry stare or glare.
- That which or emits
- A rodent or other similar type of animal that gnaws.
- A decomposed granite, forming a mass of gravel, as in tin lodes in Cornwall.
- A farmer; one who grows things.
- Something that grows.
- Someone or something who becomes more likeable over time
- A man whose penis does not show its full size until it is erect.
- Resembling the sound of a growl; throaty
- To shiver; to have chills.
- An increase in size, number, value, or strength.
- The act of growing, getting bigger or higher.
- Something that grows or has grown.
- An abnormal mass such as a tumor.
- name transferred from the surname.
- a town in Essex, England.
- a cable or heavy rope used to tow or moor a ship
- name, transferred back from the surname. Short form: Howie.
- A small city in Kansas, USA
- A small city in South Dakota, USA
- That which howls, especially an animal which howls, such as a wolf or a howler monkey.
- A person hired to howl at a funeral
- A painfully obvious mistake.
- A hilarious joke.
- A bitterly cold day
- A heavy fall, literally or figuratively
- A serious accident (especially to come a howler or go a howler, e.g. "Our hansom came a howler"; compare: come a cropper)
- A tremendous lie
- A fashionably but extravagantly overdressed man, a "howling swell"
- A calamity howler is "one that makes dismal predictions of impending disaster"Taylor, D. Wooster. The dust of Frisco Town, dedicated to the calamity howler. Publisher: Paul Elder, San Francisco.
- A large city in India, in the state of West Bengal.
- To grow in; grow inwardly.
- To become ingrown.
- Situated on the inside; that is within, inner; belonging to the inside.
- Intimate, closely acquainted; familiar.
- Towards the inside.
- That which is inward or within; the inner parts or organs of the body; the viscera.
- The mental faculties.
- A familiar friend or acquaintance.
- Indoor work, work done inside the home.
- To work in or into.
- To work or operate within.
- Worn or worked into; inwrought.
- A town on the River Tyne in north east England and part of the South Tyneside district of Tyne and Wear.
- A dog with large jowls, such as the beagle.
- A mounted peddler of fish.
- A buyer and seller of fish.
- An the spoken by the
- definition one who knows.
- A city in Iowa.
- A diminutive of the male given name Lawrence.
- A village in Nebraska.
- Having a small width; not wide; having opposite edges or sides that are close, especially by comparison to length or depth.
- Of little extent; very limited; circumscribed.
- Restrictive; without flexibility or latitude.
- Contracted; of limited scope; bigoted
- Having a small margin or degree.
- Limited as to means; straitened
- Parsimonious; niggardly; covetous; selfish.
- Scrutinizing in detail; close; accurate; exact.
- Formed (as a vowel) by a close position of some part of the tongue in relation to the palate; or (according to Bell) by a tense condition of the pharynx; distinguished from wide.
- To reduce in width or extent; to contract.
- To get narrower.
- To contract the size of, as a stocking, by taking two stitches into one.
- A narrow passage, especially a contracted part of a stream, lake, or sea; a strait connecting two bodies of water.
- Any of several place names, see Wikipedia:Newark.
- a town in Nottinghamshire, England: see
- an unincorporated community in Beech Creek Township, Indiana, USA.
- a city in New Jersey, USA
- a city in Ohio, USA
- Not of or pertaining to war.
- A situation that is not a war (but possibly resembles one).
- of the Scandinavian countries. Official name: the Kingdom of Norway.
- A in Indiana
- A city in Iowa
- A town in Maine
- A city in Michigan
- A town in New York
- A settlement in Prince Edward Island, Canada
- A town in South Carolina
- A town in Wisconsin
- Moving forward.
- Advanced in a forward direction or toward an end.
- In a forward direction.
- a statutory town in Colorado, USA
- an unincorporated community in South Dakota, USA.
- A village in Cambridgeshire, England
- A river in Suffolk, England
- A town in New York
- A village in Ohio
- A settlement in Prince Edward Island
- A town in Vermont
- To row faster or better than.
- An abode or a haunt of owls.
- One who pawns an item.
- An alloy of approximately 93–98% tin, 1–2% copper, and the balance of antimony.
- An alloy of tin and lead.
- items made of pewter.
- A dark, dull grey colour, like that of the metal.
- Of a dark, dull grey colour, like that of the metal.
- To coat with pewter.
- The fine particles which are the result of reducing dry substance by pounding, grinding, or triturating, or the result of decay; dust.
- A mixture of fine dry, sweet-smelling particles applied to the face or other body parts, to reduce shine or to alleviate chaffing.
- An explosive mixture used in gunnery, blasting, etc.; gunpowder.
- Light, dry, fluffy snow.
- To reduce to fine particles; to pound, grind, or rub into a powder.
- To sprinkle with powder, or as if with powder.
- To use powder on the hair or skin.
- To turn into powder; to become powdery.
- To sprinkle with salt; to corn, as meat.
- form of (a kind of pigeon)
- Resembling prawn, prawn-like.
- Any course of study taken by an undergraduate in preparation for study at a law school.
- Having a (specified kind of) prow.
- psychological warfare
- A riverboat used in northeast India and Bangladesh, chiefly as a cargo boat.
- A village in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.
- A municipality in Quebec, Canada.
- To crew (a vessel) again or anew.
- A dance of Czech origin with turning, leaping waltz steps.
- To draw again.
- An update to the screen display.
- To flow back again.
- To cause to flow again, to remelt.
- To modify the layout of text around other objects in a document.
- The process of recreating the layout of a document when some of its component elements may have changed.
- To recalesce.
- To grow again a part that has been lost, shed or destroyed.
- Fame; celebrity; wide recognition.
- Reports of nobleness or exploits; praise.
- To thaw again after freezing or having been frozen.
- Something of value given in return for an act.
- A prize promised for a certain deed or catch
- The result of an action, whether good or bad.
- To give (something) as a reward.
- To give a reward to or for.
- To recompense.
- To warm again; to bring back to a state of warmth.
- The act of washing something again
- wash again
- To wind (something) again.
- To wind (something) back, now especially of cassette or video tape, CD, DVD etc.; to go back on a video or audio recording.
- To go back or think back to a previous moment or place, or a previous point in a discourse.
- The act of rewinding.
- A button or other mechanism for rewinding.
- To replace or reconnect the wires of a device or installation.
- To change the functionality of something by altering the parameters or logic.
- To change the wording of; to restate using different words.
- The act of redoing, correcting, or rebuilding.
- Taking unsaleable food and using it in the manufacture of other food.
- Something redone, corrected or rebuilt.
- Work done to correct defects associated with a deliverable product, plus any root cause analysis effort to identify the task(s) to be re-performed.
- An instance of reworking.
- To redo, correct, or rebuild.
- An unincorporated community in Kentucky
- A community in New Brunswick, Canada
- A town in New South Wales, Australia
- A in Oregon
- An unincorporated community in South Dakota
- An unincorporated community in Texas
- The action of the verb to row.
- The action of propelling a boat with oars.
- The rowing of boats as a competitive sport.
- The act of having a row, or argument.
- from the English place name.
- A hamlet in Alberta, Canada.
- A small village in East Riding of Yorkshire, England.
- A city in Iowa.
- A town in Massachusetts.
- a cart horse, load horse, or sumpter horse; a packhorse
- a defined, usually paved section of land for airplanes to land on or take off from
- a narrow platform extending from a stage on which people walk, especially used by models in fashion shows
- the usual path taken by deer or other wild animals, i.e. from the forest to the stream
- a stream bed
- in long jump, javelin and similar events, a short track along which the athlete can accelerate themselves for their jump or throw
- country in Eastern Africa.
- standardized dialect of the Bantu language Rwanda-Rundi spoken in Rwanda.
- One who drives a camel.
- An irregular, possibly illegible handwriting.
- A hastily, or carelessly written note etc.
- To write something hastily or illegibly.
- To write in an irregular or illegible manner.
- To write unskilfully and inelegantly.
- To creep; crawl; to swarm with crawling things
- Crazy; silly; ridiculous; insane; demented; unreasonable.
- Tipsy; slightly drunk.
- A brief fall of precipitation.
- A device for bathing by which water is made to fall on the body from a height, either from a tank or by the action of a pump.
- An instance of using of this device in order to bathe oneself.
- A quantity of something that has characteristics of a rain shower.
- A party associated with a significant event in a person's life, at which the person usually receives gifts.
- A bridal shower.
- A baby shower.
- A battle, an attack; conflict.
- A shower of shit.
- To spray with (a specified liquid).
- To bathe using a shower.
- to bestow liberally, to give or distribute in abundance
- One who shows.
- A man whose penis appears roughly full size both when flaccid and when erect.
- showing clever resourcefulness in practical matters
- artful, tricky or cunning
- Scolding, satirical, sharp.
- A long pin, normally made of metal or wood, used to secure food during cooking.
- A scenario in which a piece attacks a more valuable piece which, if it moves aside, reveals a less valuable piece. Compare pin.W
- To impale on a skewer.
- To attack a piece which has a less valuable piece behind it.
- To severely mock or discredit.
- A person or thing that spews.
- To sit with the limbs spread out.
- To spread out in a disorderly fashion; to straggle.
- An ungainly sprawling posture.
- A straggling, haphazard growth, especially of housing on the edge of a city.
- Made of straw
- Similar to straw
- Covered with sward or grass.
- Indra's abode
- Of bees: inclined to swarm.
- An apparition of a person about to die; a wraith.
- to stagger, totter, to walk feebly, as one who is fatigued
- to incline to one side, to swing
- to decline away from
- One who or that which sways something.
- To stray; to wander; to rove.
- To go out of a straight line; to deflect.
- To wander from any line prescribed, or from a rule or duty; to depart from what is established by law, duty, custom, or the like; to deviate.
- To bend; to incline.
- To climb or move upward by winding or turning.
- To turn aside or deviate to avoid impact.
- of a projectile, to travel in a curved line
- A sudden movement out of a straight line, for example to avoid a collision.
- One who, or that which, swipes.
- Having swirls; swirling.
- An atoll in the central Pacific Ocean belonging to the state of Kiribati.
- Cheap and gaudy; showy.
- Unseemly, base, shameful.
- A place where skins are tawed.
- A device for thawing something.
- To prevent; to halt; to cause to fail; to foil; to frustrate.
- To move across or counter to; to cross.
- A brace, perpendicular to the keel, that helps maintain the beam (breadth) of a marine vessel against external water pressure and that may serve to support the rail.
- A seat across a boat on which a rower may sit.
- Situated or placed across something else; transverse; oblique.
- Perverse; crossgrained.
- Obliquely; transversely; athwart.
- A given name for a dog.
- A mason’s tool, used in spreading and dressing mortar, and breaking bricks to shape them.
- A gardener’s tool, shaped like a scoop, used in taking up plants, stirring soil etc.
- A tool used for smoothing a mold.
- To apply a substance with a trowel.
- To apply something heavily or unsubtly.
- A type of curved sword used in India and throughout South Asia.
- One who attends two church services on Sundays.
- Any plant which twines about a support.
- Something that yields a substantial additional benefit.
- The fashion of wearing long sleeves outside a short-sleeved shirt.
- A cabling device used in theatre, allowing two stage lighting instruments to be connected to one dimmer.
- To draw aside or open; to pull back a layer of fabric, e.g. a curtain.
- To clear or erase part of a drawing.
- To reverse the process of growth; to shrink or decrease.
- To lose warmth; to grow cold.
- To restore from a warped state.
- Lacking caution as a result of naïveté or inexperience
- Unprepared; not watchful
- To undo the wiring of.
- To undo or destroy (work previously done).
- The lack or absence of work; worklessness.
- To open or undo, as what is wrapped or folded.
- To draw up
- An act of drawing up; an upward draw, pull, or attraction
- In a direction from lower to higher; toward a higher place; in a course toward the source or origin
- In the upper parts; above.
- Yet more; indefinitely more; above; over.
- The upper part; the top.
- Directed toward a higher place.
- A broad anticline caused by local uplift.
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