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- A diminutive form of the female given names Isabel and Isobel.
- move, proceed
- Abound, swarm, teem, be infested, with something.
- Upward curving observed in the planks of a wooden ship or boat.
- An upward curve at the edge of a plank.
- An upward curve in the lines of a wooden watercraft from amidships toward its bow and its stern.
- A person who secretly watches and examines the actions of other individuals or organizations and gathers information on them (usually to gain an advantage).
- To act as a spy.
- To spot; to catch sight of.
- To search narrowly; to scrutinize.
- To explore; to see; to view; inspect and examine secretly, as a country.
- A two-shilling coin.
- A two-year prison sentence.
- The Erromangan language.
- Having the color of ashes.
- Having dry or dead skin (therefore discolored).
- Crowded with business or activities; having a great deal going on.
- Engaged in activity or by someone else.
- Having a lot going on; complicated or intricate.
- Officious; meddling.
- To make somebody busy, to keep busy with, to occupy, to make occupied.
- To rush somebody.
- A police officer.
- Affording comfort and warmth; snug; social
- A padded or knit covering put on an item to keep it warm, especially a teapot or egg.
- form (mystery story)
- To become snug and comfortable.
- To become friendly with.
- A pouch or sac without opening, usually membranous and containing morbid matter, which develops in one of the natural cavities or in the substance of an organ.
- Of or pertaining to the urinary bladder or gall bladder (in compounds).
- A particular time or period of vague extent.
- During the day.
- Comfortable; at ease.
- Requiring little skill or effort.
- Causing ease; giving comfort, or freedom from care or labour.
- Free from constraint, harshness, or formality; unconstrained; smooth.
- Consenting readily to sex.
- Not making resistance or showing unwillingness; tractable; yielding; compliant.
- Not straitened as to money matters; opposed to
- In a relaxed or casual manner.
- In a manner without strictness or harshness.
- Used an intensifier for large magnitudes.
- Not difficult, not hard.
- Something that is easy
- An insulated picnic cooler, using ice or refrigerated blocks to keep food and drinks cool.
- name, short for Esther or Estelle.
- A young hawk or falcon in the nest, or that has not yet fledged, especially one that will be trained for falconry.
- Very small; itty
- An impure yellow sulphate of iron; yellow copperas or copiapite.
- prying, inquisitive or curious in other’s affairs; tending to snoop or meddle
- A look at something to satisfy one's curiosity.
- A mythical land in Greek Mythology.
- a main belt asteroid.
- A flower; a bouquet; a nosegay.
- A motto inscribed inside a ring.
- Resembling rose, as in scent of perfume.
- To predict the future using crystal balls or other objects.
- To descry; to see.
- A cry or shout.
- A flock of wildfowl.
- An armhole (or, occasionally, a leghole) in tailoring and dressmaking.
- Having sexual appeal; suggestive of sex.
- That can sexually attract or arouse.
- interesting, attractive or appealing.
- Like size (weak glue or paste).
- Exhibiting size (the thickened crust on coagulated blood).
- reed (of a loom)
- A guideway in a knitting machine.
- The number of ends per inch in the cloth, provided each dent in the reed in which it was made contained an equal number of ends.
- To separate or part the threads of, and arrange them in a reed.
- green vitriol, or some earth impregnated with it
- To remove or destroy the ovaries (of an animal) so that it cannot become pregnant.
- A river in northern Scotland that flows to the Moray Firth.
- A bacterial infection in the eyelash or eyelid.
- The river, in Hades, over which the souls of the dead are ferried by Charon.
- The 5th moon of Pluto, discovered in 2012.
- A city on the Psel river in Ukraine, administrative centre of Sumy province.
- Sumy province (oblast), in northern Ukraine.
- A diminutive of Susan and of related female given names.
- A roundel barry wavy argent and azure; a fountain.
- The monetary unit of Guinea between 1971 and 1985, subdivided into 100 cauris.
- to synchronize
- to flush all pending I/O operations to disk
- Subsequently; then.
- Before now; ago.
- A kind of elevated flatland in Russia and Central Asia.
- A quicksand or bog.
- You, you all; used in referring to a group that includes one's audience.
- a river that flows through French and West Flanders to the North Sea
- ABC; alphabet.
- Absey book; abecedary.
- An alphabetical acrostic list.
- Hell; the infernal pit; the great deep; the primal chaos.
- An abyss; a gulf, a chasm, a very deep hole.
- restless, apprehensive and fidgety
- Inclined towards the arts; arty.
- Trial, attempt, essay.
- Examination and determination; test.
- The qualitative or quantitative chemical analysis of something.
- Trial by danger or by affliction; adventure; risk; hardship; state of being tried.
- Tested purity or value.
- The act or process of ascertaining the proportion of a particular metal in an ore or alloy; especially, the determination of the proportion of gold or silver in bullion or coin.
- The alloy or metal to be assayed.
- To attempt (something).
- To try, attempt ( do something).
- To analyze or estimate the composition or value of (a metal, ore etc.).
- To test the abilities of (someone) in combat; to fight.
- To affect.
- To try tasting, as food or drink.
- Describing the reproduction of sound that overemphasizes low-frequency sounds
- To send spies to; beset with espionage.
- name; today more often spelled Bessie.
- A diminutive form of the female given name Elizabeth.
- bristling, bristly (of an animal such as a wolf or a bear).
- Having abundant bushes, shrubs or trees.
- Caused by trees or shrubs.
- Bushy, bristling.
- Tending to give orders to others, especially when unwarranted; domineering.
- A cow or calf.
- Ornamented with bosses; studded.
- In the rural and farming circles, stout and strong; well-built; well fed with brose.
- Semi-liquid (like brose).
- Containing brose.
- Like a bush in having many widely spread branches.
- Growing thickly.
- (Racial slur) Derogatory word used to refer to Afro-textured Hair.
- Having large breasts.
- name of Welsh origin; a variant of Carys.
- Characterized by copses.
- A village in Missouri, US.
- Easy, making few demands, comfortable.
- Comfortable; often in a way that will suit a person's body.
- An ancient king of Persia.
- Calculated to arrest attention; ostentatiously fashionable; showy.
- name, an alternative spelling of Denis
- attractive; good-looking; sexy
- Dimly lit, as at dusk (evening).
- Having a shade of color that is rather dark.
- ashen, greyish skin coloration
- A dusky shark.
- A dusky dolphin.
- A surname of British origin.
- To place in the sky.
- To exalt.
- Very bad, dreadful.
- A festival.
- Of, from, or similar to fish.
- Suspicious; inspiring doubt.
- Of drag queens: appearing feminine.
- Involving the fists; pugilistic.
- short and stout; low and wide
- Anxious or particular about petty details.
- Having a tendency to fuss, cry, or be ill-tempered (especially of babies).
- Moldy or musty.
- Stale-smelling or stuffy.
- Old-fashioned, refusing to change or update.
- Tasting of the cask.
- Resembling or characterised by gasps.
- Of a beverage, containing dissolved gas (usually carbon dioxide).
- Tending to cause flatulence.
- The keel or lower outline of a bird's bill, so far as the mandibular rami are united.
- Characteristic of a goose; anserine
- foolish; silly
- Where gorse grows.
- gushing; effusive and often emotional
- to dress up or decorate in a showy way
- blowing in gusts; blustery
- marked by courage and determination in the face of difficulties or danger; having guts
- not showing due respect
- A ridge or fold on the cerebral cortex.
- Resembling marijuana in taste or smell.
- Slovenly; careless.
- Acting in haste; being too hurried or quick.
- A town in Virginia.
- Accompanied with hisses.
- Making a hissing sound.
- Childish or petulant.
- A tantrum, a fit.
- Of or relating to horses.
- Of a person or people, involved in breeding or riding horses.
- Of a graphic design or typographical treatment which is clumsy, clunky, or unrefined.
- A child's term or name for a horse.
- A game where a child rides on the back of another, who is on all fours.
- A housewife or housekeeper.
- A cheeky or disrespectful girl; a woman showing inappropriate or improper behavior; a minx.
- A case or bag for needles, thread, etc.
- The southernmost island of the inner Hebrides in Scotland.
- A wig, notably made of worsted wool
- A in California.
- A town in Oklahoma.
- Tending to kiss frequently.
- resembling a list
- Of a communication channel, subject to loss of signal strength.
- (power systems) Of an electricity transmission line, subject to various forms of power loss.
- Reducing the amount of information in data.
- Remarkably bad; of poor quality, dirty, or underhanded; mean, contemptible.
- Infested with lice.
- Filled or packed (with something, usually bad).
- Strong, healthy and vigorous.
- Hearty and enthusiastic.
- Given to experiencing lust; enjoying physical sensations.
- beautiful; handsome; pleasant.
- of large size; big.
- Produced by crushing or bruising; resembling, or consisting of, a mash.
- Full of mast; abounding in acorns, etc.
- Formed with meshes; netted.
- A nonce word in combining the senses of "flimsy" and "miserable".
- The vagina.
- Raining in very small drops.
- To set off, get going; to start a journey.
- To amble; to walk or proceed in a leisurely manner.
- Covered in or overgrown with moss.
- Resembling a mouse
- Quiet, stealthy
- A greyish brown colour.
- Characteristic of a mum; motherly
- mum, mother
- Resembling or having the consistency of mush; semiliquid, pasty, or granular.
- Soft; squishy.
- Overly sappy, corny, or cheesy.
- having the scent of musk
- Having been mussed: messy, rumpled.
- Having a stale odor.
- Any member of the Mysidae.
- Containing lots of news; informative.
- Chatty, gossipy.
- A distributor of news; a newsagent.
- Making a noise, especially a loud unpleasant sound
- Full of noise.
- Unpleasant-looking and causing unwanted attention
- A city in Iowa
- Complete or partial muscle paralysis of a body part, often accompanied by a loss of feeling and uncontrolled body movements such as shaking.
- To paralyse, either completely or partially.
- Chummy, friendly.
- A cultivated flowering plant, derived by hybridization within species Viola tricolor.
- A deep purple colour, like that of the pansy.
- A male homosexual, especially one who is effeminate.
- A timid, weak man or boy; a wuss.
- Wimpy; spineless; feeble.
- Of a deep purple colour, like that of the pansy.
- Like paste, sticky.
- pale, lacking colour, having a pallor
- A small item of clothing that conceals little more than the nipple of a woman's breast, primarily worn by female exotic dancers.
- A type of seasoned meat and vegetable pie, usually of a semicircular or distinctive shape. A (savory) hand pie.
- Resembling or characteristic of peas.
- Samuel Pepys, a 17th century MP and diarist
- A girl.
- A children's game, similar to hopscotch, especially popular in New York.
- The puck used in this game, usually made of a flattened tin can.
- A principal area and preserved county of Wales, admin HQ Llandrindod Wells.
- Unpoetic (of speech or writing); dull and unimaginative.
- Behaving in a dull way (of a person); boring, tedious.
- Out of breath; short of breath, especially due to fatness.
- Purse-proud, vain about one's wealth.
- Aggressively ambitious; overly assertive, bold or determined.
- An affectionate term for a cat.
- An affectionate term for a woman or girl, seen as having characteristics associated with cats such as sweetness.
- The female genitalia; the vulva or vagina.
- Anything soft and furry; a bloom form, or catkin, as on the pussy willow.
- Sexual intercourse with a woman.
- A coward; a weakling; someone who is unable to stand up for him- or herself.
- A game of tip-cat.
- Containing pus.
- A town and an ancient city in the Messenia prefecture, Greece
- The use of analogy as precedent in Shari'a jurisprudence.
- Rough, raw, especially used to describe vocal quality.
- To say again, to repeat, to iterate.
- Disposed to rest; inactive, lazy.
- Dangerous, involving risks.
- abounding in rushes
- having the characteristics of a rush (the plant); rushlike
- Characterised by rushing; hurried; fast-paced
- In a sad manner; sorrowfully.
- Unfortunately, sad to say.
- Deeply, completely.
- Baggy or loose-fitting.
- That sinks or droops from wear or its own weight.
- Tasting of salt.
- Containing salt.
- Coarse, provocative, earthy; said of language.
- Experienced, especially used to indicate a veteran of the naval services; salty dog (from salt of the sea).
- Irritated, annoyed (from the sharp, spicy flavor of salt).
- Indignant or offended due to over-sensitivity, humourlessness, or defeat (implying the person is a crybaby, shedding salty tears); said of interlocutors expressing indignation, or merely disagreement.
- Pertaining to the Sardinian language and those dialects of Catalan, spoken in the Balearic Islands and along the coast of Catalonia, that use definitive articles descended from the Latin instead of the Latin
- A diminutive name for Santa Claus.
- Excessively sweet, emotional, nostalgic; cheesy; mushy. (British equivalent: soppy)
- Having (a particularly large amount of) sap.
- Musty; tainted.
- Bold and spirited, cheeky, impudent, saucy.
- Somewhat sexy and provocative.
- Lively, vigorous.
- A popular dish made from small pieces of meat or fish grilled on a skewer and served with a spicy peanut sauce, originating from Indonesia and Malaysia.
- Similar to sauce; having the consistency or texture of sauce.
- Impertinent or disrespectful, often in a way that is regarded as entertaining or amusing; smart.
- Impudently bold; pert; piquant.
- Mildly erotic.
- A marine epipelagic fish of the family , with beaklike jaws and a row of small finlets behind the dorsal and anal fins.
- Shrewd, well-informed and perceptive.
- To understand.
- a city in Oklahoma, USA
- a borough in Pennsylvania, USA.
- Covered or abounding with scales
- Resembling scales, laminae, or layers.
- Mean; low.
- Composed of scales lying over each other
- The scaly yellowfish,
- Causing or able to cause fright
- Subject to sudden alarm; nervous, jumpy.
- Barren land having only a thin coat of grass.
- A tern; the sea swallow.
- Sordid, squalid or corrupt.
- Having or showing a seam.
- overgrown with rushes
- Of, pertaining to, or covered with sedge.
- disreputable, run-down, sleazy.
- Full of seeds.
- untidy; unkempt
- infirm; gone to seed.
- suffering the effects of a hangover
- Having a peculiar flavour supposed to be derived from the weeds growing among the vines; said of certain kinds of French brandy.
- oozy; applied to land under cultivation that is not well drained
- Something peculiar to oneself.
- a town in North Yorkshire, England, formerly in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
- a small city in South Dakota, USA
- Rare; wonderful; admirable.
- Wonderfully, wondrous.
- A marvel; wonder; something wonderful or rare.
- The mustard plant or its seed.
- To crowd; to press together.
- Relating to a person's biological sex.
- Shaking or trembling.
- Nervous; Anxious.
- Full of shakes or cracks; cracked.
- Easily shaken; tottering; unsound.
- Pertaining to or resembling shale.
- Reflecting light.
- Emitting light.
- Excellent; remarkable.
- Bright; luminous; clear; unclouded.
- Anything shiny; a trinket.
- Contraction of disparaging term "shiny arses", originating during World War Two, to describe a desk worker.
- calling attention; flashy; standing out to the eye
- Similar in appearance or texture (especially in softness and smoothness) to silk.
- Smooth and pleasant; seductive.
- Covered in long, slender, glistening hairs pressed close to the surface; sericeous.
- Laughable or amusing through foolishness or a foolish appearance.
- Absurdly large.
- Blessed, particularly:
- Good; pious.
- Pitiful, inspiring compassion, particularly:
- Innocent; suffering undeservedly, especially as an epithet of lambs and sheep.
- Helpless, defenseless.
- Insignificant, worthless, especially with regard to land quality.
- Weak, frail; flimsy
- Sickly; feeble; infirm.
- Simple, plain, particularly:
- Rustic, homely.
- Lowly, of humble station.
- Mentally simple, foolish, particularly:
- Rustic, uneducated, unlearned.
- Thoughtless, lacking judgment.
- Mentally retarded.
- Stupefied, senseless; stunned or dazed.
- Very close to the batsman, facing the bowler; closer than short.
- Sillily: in a silly manner.
- The class of silly people collectively.
- A silly person.
- A term of address.
- A mistake.
- Having a noticeable amount of silt.
- The radical SiH3 derived from silane
- Any similar radical in which one or more of the hydrogen atoms are replaced by organic groups
- Surrounded by sky.
- Resembling the sky.
- Of or relating to the sky.
- In the sky.
- Resembling the mineral slate.
- Of or pertaining to, resembling, of the nature of, covered or daubed with, yielding, abounding in slime; viscous; glutinous.
- friendly in a false, calculating way; underhanded; sneaky.
- A ponyfish.
- Characterised by a slope or slopes; sloping
- skilled mechanical work; trade work; hence, a system (usually called the sloyd system) of manual training in the practical use of the tools and materials used in the trades, and of instruction in the making and use of the plans and specifications connected with trade work.
- a knife for carving
- Dexterously, skilfully.
- In a sly manner, cunningly.
- A covered passageway, especially one connecting the transept of a cathedral or monastery to the chapter house.
- Filled with or giving off smoke.
- Of a colour or colour pattern similar to that of smoke.
- Having a flavour like smoke.
- Having a dark, thick, bass sound.
- Suspicious; open to suspicion.
- Resembling or relating to snakes.
- Windy; winding; twisty; sinuous, wavy.
- sly; cunning; deceitful.
- Covered with serpents; having serpents.
- Resembling, or consisting of, snares; tending to entangle; insidious.
- Marked by or covered with snow
- Snow-white in color
- Soaking wet; sopping; saturated.
- Characterised by soaking; involving a soak.
- Resembling soap.
- Resembling a soap opera.
- Full of soap.
- Covered in soap.
- Very sad; inclined to sob
- Dripping wet
- A weak or sentimental person.
- Somebody who finds it difficult to scold or punish.
- A software expert who is ignorant of the workings of hardware.
- A soft drink containing no alcohol.
- Soaked with moisture or other liquid
- Apt to stain.
- Dirty (now chiefly with soil).
- Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a son.
- lucky; fortunate; thriving; plump
- Complaining, whingeing, sad; jealous.
- Sentimental, sissy; timid.
- A sook, a crybaby.
- of, relating to, or producing soot
- soiled with soot
- of the color of soot
- To blacken or make dirty with soot.
- Very wet; sodden, soaked
- sentimental, maudlin, bathetic
- Regretful for an action; grieved or saddened, especially by the loss of something or someone.
- Poor, sad or regrettable.
- The act of saying sorry; an apology.
- Resembling soup; creamy.
- Extravagant sentimental; slushy.
- Any of a series of Soviet, later Russian spacecraft.
- having much space
- of, related to or connected with the extraterrestrial
- sparing; parsimonious
- Moist; marshy; emitting water.
- Of, pertaining to, or containing spice.
- Provoking a burning sensation due to the presence of chillies or similar hot spices.
- Tangy, zesty, or pungent.
- Vigorous; colorful; stimulating.
- Risqué, sexy, racy; mildly pornographic.
- Having spikes, spiny.
- hostile; standoffish
- covered in spines or thorns
- troublesome; difficult or vexing
- Like a spine in shape; slender.
- Like or resembling a spire.
- Of a spiral form; wreathed; curled; serpentine.
- To display; to spread.
- To dislocate, as a shoulder bone.
- To spay; to castrate.
- To turn on one side; to render oblique; to slope or slant, as the side of a door, window, etc.
- To rearrange (a splay tree) so that a desired element is placed at the root.
- spread out; turned outward
- flat and ungainly
- A slope or bevel, especially of the sides of a door or window, by which the opening is made larger at one face of the wall than at the other, or larger at each of the faces than it is between them.
- frothy, emitting froth or spume
- An English surname, variant of Stacey.
- name transferred from the surname.
- name derived from the surname, popular in the 1970s.
- unnaturally showy
- melodramatic; sensationalized
- As hard as stone.
- Containing or made up of stones.
- Of a person, lacking warmth and emotion.
- Of an action such as a look, showing no warmth of emotion.
- Any domestic animal that has no enclosure, or its proper place and company, and wanders at large, or is lost; an estray.
- One who is lost, either literally or metaphorically.
- The act of wandering or going astray.
- An area of common land or place administered for the use of general domestic animals, i.e. "the stray"
- To wander, as from a direct course; to deviate, or go out of the way.
- To wander from company, or from the proper limits; to rove at large; to roam; to go astray.
- To wander from the path of duty or rectitude; to err.
- To cause to stray.
- Having gone astray; strayed; wandering
- In the wrong place; misplaced.
- To review materials already learned in order to make sure one does not forget them, usually in preparation for an examination.
- To take a course or courses on a subject.
- To acquire knowledge on a subject.
- To look at minutely.
- To fix the mind closely upon a subject; to dwell upon anything in thought; to muse; to ponder.
- To endeavor diligently; to be zealous.
- A state of mental perplexity or worried thought.
- Thought, as directed to a specific purpose; one's concern.
- Mental effort to acquire knowledge or learning.
- The act of studying or examining; examination.
- Any particular branch of learning that is studied; any object of attentive consideration.
- room in a house intended for reading and writing; traditionally the private room of the male head of household.
- An artwork made in order to practise or demonstrate a subject or technique.
- A piece for special practice; an étude.
- An Anglo-Saxon copper coin of little value.
- Enclosed in a sty.
- Having suds; having froth or lather like soapy water.
- Resembling or characteristic of suet.
- silent and withdrawn after being upset
- A low two-wheeled cart, used in harness racing.
- Any carriage seating only the driver.
- of a shore, having lots of breaking waves
- characteristic of surf music
- Rising in surges or billows; full of surges; resembling surges in motion or appearance; swelling.
- Lordly, arrogant, supercilious.
- Irritated, bad-tempered, unfriendly.
- Threatening, menacing, gloomy.
- In an arrogant or supercilious manner.
- Prophetess; hag.
- name, Sibyl
- Any of various gold or silver ingots used as currency in imperial China.
- Imitation paper ingots burnt as an offering in ancestral veneration on Tomb Sweeping Day or during the Ghost Festival.
- An invisible being of the air
- The elemental being of air, usually female.
- A slender woman or girl, usually graceful and sometimes with the implication of sublime station over everyday people.
- Any of the mainly dark green and blue hummingbirds (genus Aglaiocercus), the male of which has a long forked tail.
- An ecclesiastic council or meeting to consult on church matters.
- An administrative division of churches, either the entire denomination, as in the or a mid-level division ( district) as in the
- An assembly or council having civil authority; a legislative body.
- A conjunction of two or more of the heavenly bodies.
- A musical synthesizer.
- A long dress, trailing on the floor, worn by tragic actors in Ancient Greek and Roman theatres.
- Any thick liquid that is added to or poured over food as a flavouring and has a high sugar content. Also any viscous liquid.
- A wig.
- Having a pleasant or satisfying flavor; delicious.
- Having or showing good taste; tasteful.
- Appealing; when applied to persons, sexually appealing.
- Skillful; highly competent.
- Potentially violent.
- Irritable or angry.
- A female given name, diminutive of Theresa.
- Easily annoyed, irritable.
- Marked by impatience or ill humor.
- slightly drunk, fuddled, staggering, foolish as a result of drinking alcoholic beverages
- unsteady, askew
- Something or someone who figuratively grows without control or intention.
- rubbishy, trashy; worthless
- form of, clean, neat
- Tossing the head, as in scorn or pride; hence, proud, contemptuous, affectedly indifferent.
- tousled; tangled; rough; shaggy
- A prearranged meeting or assignation, now especially between lovers to meet at a specific place and time.
- A mutual agreement, a covenant.
- To make a tryst; to agree to meet at a place.
- To arrange or appoint (a meeting time etc.).
- To keep a tryst, to meet at an agreed place and time.
- rhubarb, sticks from that vegetable
- Having tusks, especially prominent tusks.
- name transferred from the surname.
- To withdraw, retract (something said).
- To not have said (since this is physically impossible usually in the subjunctive, as I wish I could unsay).
- An exorbitant rate of interest, in excess of any legal rates or at least immorally.
- The practice of lending money at such rates.
- The practice of lending money at interest.
- Watery; damp; soft.
- Lacking substance or strength; weak; thin; dilute; feeble.
- Not firm or hardy; liable to sweat profusely with labour.
- A an act of
- Waste; desert.
- Dizzy, giddy, confused.
- Consisting of or resembling a wisp; like a slender, flexible strand or bundle.
- The totality of the sailing rig.
- The primary liturgical collection of texts of the Avesta as well as the name of the principal Zoroastrian act of worship at which those verses are recited.
- A town in Romania.
- An often humid, yellowish froth produced by fermenting malt worts, and used to brew beer, leaven bread, and also used in certain medicines.
- A single-celled fungus of a wide variety of taxonomic families.
- A true yeast or in order Saccharomycetales.
- Saccharomyces cerevisiae
- A compressed cake or dried granules of this substance used for mixing with flour to make bread dough rise.
- brewer's yeast, certain species of Saccharomyces, principally Saccharomyces cerevisiae and
- Candida, a ubiquitous fungus that can cause various kinds of infections in humans.
- The resulting infection, candidiasis.
- A frothy foam.
- To ferment.
- To rise.
- To exaggerate
- The author and poet
- A city in Flanders, Belgium.
- The municipality containing this city.
- Having a piquant or pungent taste; spicy.
- A ancient city in Egypt with archaeological interest.
- A city in Asia Minor at the Hellespont.
- weakness of will.
- The division or defective coherence of an organ that is usually whole.
- A lack of spiritual understanding or insight; a lack of enlightenment.
- A deficit in the ability to perceive.
- A patient suffering from an agnosy.
- Ignorance, especially that which is common to a group or category of people.
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