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- A very large hangar for the storage of airships.
- In a backwards direction.
- Lacking dexterity in the use of the hands, or of instruments.
- Not easily managed or effected; embarrassing.
- Lacking social skills, or uncomfortable with social interaction.
- Perverse; adverse; difficult to handle.
- Someone or something that is awkward.
- Resembling a bed.
- A sock worn in bed, to keep the feet warm.
- A tick or bag made of cloth, used for enclosing the materials of a bed.
- A kayak constructed by covering a light wooden frame (lashed together with sinew) in sea lion hides.
- obstructed impeding general movement.
- obstructed impeding total flow in a pipe, etc.
- A diminutive of body, forming part of the exclamatory phrase "odd's bodikin", a corruption of God's body.
- A heavy object or moveable support placed at one or both ends of a row of books for the purpose of keeping them upright.
- Something that comes before, after, or at both sides of something else.
- To come before and after, or at both sides of.
- Resembling a bud (newly formed leaf or flower, as yet unfolded).
- A service issue rifle.
- Any of the species of biennial thistles in the genus Arctium.
- A plant or weed that grows in rivers.
- A kind of horsetail (Equisetum telmateia).
- The (
- Having a pattern of checks; checkered.
- Of syllables, having a coda.
- Of consonants, glottalized.
- Having some specific type of cheek.
- Wearing a cloak.
- Covered, hidden, disguised.
- A rosette or knot of ribbon worn in a hat, especially as an office or party badge.
- Enclosed in a shell.
- Broken so that cracks appear on, or under, the surface.
- Broken into coarse pieces.
- Harsh or dissonant.
- Crazy; crackpot.
- Formed with, or having, a bend or crank.
- injured (of a person)
- broken (of a thing)
- drunk (of a person)
- Not straight; having one or more bends or angles.
- Set at an angle; not vertical or square.
- Dishonest or illegal; corrupt.
- A man married to an unfaithful wife, especially when he is unaware or unaccepting of the fact.
- A West Indian plectognath fish,
- The cowfish, and allied species.
- To make a cuckold or cuckquean of someone by being unfaithful, or by seducing their partner or spouse.
- The rotten body of a tree.
- A dirty or clotted lock of wool on a sheep.
- Of, or pertaining to, North Dakota or South Dakota or their culture
- An inhabitant or a resident of the state of North Dakota or South Dakota.
- Resembling or characteristic of a dam.
- Full of darkness
- A loose and brightly colored African shirt.
- jackdaw, silly fellow
- A daily chronicle; a diary.
- A ledger; an accounting journal.
- A logbook.
- a mark (such as a tower) designed to help navigators to find their way (visible during the day only)
- To separate the logical records that have been combined into a physical block for storage
- To unblock; remove a blockage from
- The material from which a deck is made.
- A man who works on the deck of a ship.
- to divest of a frock
- to formally remove the rights and authority of a member of the clergy.
- A small village and military encampment in the Indian-administered part of the disputed region of Jammu and Kashmir, near Aksai Chin and the
- country in Western Europe consisting mainly of most of the Jutland Peninsula and a number of islands off its coast.
- To redesign (a job) so that less skill is required to carry it out, for example through the introduction of new technology.
- To change the role of (workers) so that they are no longer required or able to use the skills that they have acquired.
- A subeditor.
- Anyone who works at a desk, as in a police station.
- The top surface of a desk.
- A desktop computer.
- The main graphical user interface of an operating system, usually displaying icons, windows and background wallpaper.
- Designed for use on a desk or similar piece of furniture.
- Of an application, designed to be run on a personal computer.
- Resembling or characteristic of dew.
- Two alkyl groups in a compound
- Any compound containing two alkyl groups
- An act of sexual intercourse with a man.
- A phyllosilicate clay mineral chemically composed of aluminium, silicon, hydrogen and oxygen.
- A ghost town in Alaska
- A hamlet in Alberta, Canada
- A town in Oklahoma
- A city in Tennessee
- To strip of bark.
- To disembark.
- An attitude or a feeling of distaste or aversion.
- To displease; to offend. (In third-person only.)
- To have a feeling of aversion or antipathy towards; not to like.
- To give a negative review.
- To unlink; to disunite or separate.
- To remove a mask from.
- To uncover.
- To open a private enclosure, park, etc. to the public.
- To degrade from rank.
- To throw out of rank or into confusion.
- To unyoke; to free from a yoke; to disjoin.
- The act of docking.
- A charge levied for docking.
- The process of cutting off or trimming the tail or ears of an animal.
- The securing of a vessel to the quayside with cables
- (spacecraft) The process of connecting one spacecraft to another.
- The sex act involving two men co-joined by their penises, with overlapping foreskins, coupling them together by their penises.
- To convert (an area of water) into a dock, by excluding the tide with a dam.
- A man who works on a dock.
- Leather from the skin of a female deer or sheep.
- The hide of a doe, as opposed to a buck.
- A glove made of doeskin leather; usually constructed in plural.
- A very soft, close-napped fabric, especially of high quality.
- Similar to a dog; canine.
- Similar to that of a dog
- Befitting a dog
- In a doglike way.
- As one would act toward a dog
- Leather made from the skin of a dog.
- A very small coin; a doit.
- A city on the Kalmius river in the Donbas region of Ukraine, administrative centre of Donetsk province.
- Donetsk province (oblast), in eastern Ukraine.
- A town on the Donets river in Russia.
- A bird, the European goatsucker.
- a market town in Surrey, England.
- A coarse sort of damask, originally made at Tournay (in Flemish, Doornick), Belgium, and used for hangings, carpets, etc.
- A stout figured linen manufactured in Scotland.
- Resembling or characteristic of a dot.
- A grebe or diver.
- The goldeneye, pochard, scoter, or other duck.
- A small back and white seabird, of the genus Alle, of the north Atlantic; the little auk.
- Agent noun of drink; someone or something that drinks.
- Someone who drinks alcoholic beverages on a regular basis.
- A device from which animals can drink.
- An open horse-drawn carriage, especially in Russia.
- A plantation for ducks.
- The action of the verb to duck.
- An instance of ducking (a person in water, etc).
- Characteristically resembling a duck; somewhat ducklike
- A short, squat form of tenpin
- A region ruled by a duke or duchess; a duchy.
- The rank or title of a duke.
- The act or process of briefly submerging or immersing an object or person in a liquid, as in dunking a cookie in milk, or dunking a playmate in the swimming pool.
- Forcefully thrusting the ball through the basket from above.
- Dunkerque, a town in Nord-Pas de Calais, France
- A village in Kent, England.
- A city in Indiana, US.
- A city in New York, US.
- A village in Ohio, US.
- A town in Wisconsin, US.
- A small European and Asian passerine bird, the hedge sparrow or
- A doorman, porter, janitor, or groundskeeper in a Russian household
- a city in Iowa, USA
- The soft, spongy wood of
- Having characteristics of a fad.
- Having split, bushy ends (of bristles).
- A species of large saltwater clam, native to the North American Pacific Northwest, Washington to Alaska, known as (syn. in the family Hiatellidae.
- A marine fish, Melanogrammus aeglefinus, of the North Atlantic, important as a food fish.
- A plant, possibly burdock.
- The writing of polemical letters or articles.
- a small tree in the soapberry family, native to extreme southern Florida and islands of the Caribbean. It has trifoliate leaves and produces small flowers in early summer.
- A European bird of the crow family (Coloeus monedula), often nesting in church towers and ruins.
- A Daurian jackdaw, a closely related Asian bird (Coloeus dauuricus).
- A Jewish prayer recited during services, and when mourning the death of a close relative.
- Carissa carandas, a species of flowering shrub in the dogbane family Apocynaceae.
- Its red berry-like fruit, used in Indian pickles.
- A type of grasshopper, in the family
- name, transferred from the surname.
- name of modern usage.
- A town in Indiana.
- A village/town in Nebraska.
- A city in Texas.
- of origin.
- name of modern American usage.
- A coarse homespun cotton cloth from India.
- definition the hereditary monarch of Egypt from 1805-1914, nominally ruling as a viceroy of the Sultan of Turkey.
- A huckster; a cadger.
- The action of the verb
- The act of a goat giving birth.
- A blessing recited over wine or grape juice in commemoration of the sanctity of the Shabbat or other Jewish holy day.
- Resembling kid (the material).
- Typical of a kid (i.e., a juvenile goat); haedine.
- A young kid; a baby goat.
- The skin or hide of a kid, i.e., a young goat; the leather made from such skins.
- Of or pertaining to kidskin.
- An adult who recruits children to train them as criminals.
- A county in the Republic of Ireland.
- A town in the county of Kildare
- A unit of absorbed radiation dose, equivalent to 1000 rads.
- A kind of short sword or dagger used in Russia.
- A realm having a king and/or queen as its actual or nominal sovereign.
- A realm, region, or conceptual space where something is dominant.
- A rank in the classification of organisms, below domain and above phylum; a taxon at that rank (e.g. the plant kingdom, the animal kingdom).
- Wearing a kirtle.
- A small mammal (Hyrax capensis), found in South Africa; the hyrax or rock rabbit.
- Having protuberances, knobs or knots
- A type of dumpling eaten by Jews during Passover.
- One who kneads.
- A machine that kneads dough.
- Made by knitting, or resembling in texture something made by knitting.
- Having a knob or knobs.
- Having knops or knobs; fastened as with buttons.
- full of knots, knotty
- tied in knots
- tangled, tangly, knotty, entangled, matted, snarled, unkempt, or uncombed
- Indo-Iranian language of Kurdistan (In the Mesopotamia region, from the Zagros of mid-western Iran to the eastern extension of the chain of the Taurus Mountains).
- of, from, or pertaining to Kurdistan, the Kurdish people or the Kurdish language
- A mutt, dog of mixed breed of little value; noisy dog.
- A loud, meaningless noise; howl or holler.
- A large noisy collection.
- A coward or quitter; One who lacks the determination to face hardship.
- To make loud noises; to howl or holler.
- Form; figure; shape; similitude; constitution.
- A people of southeast Tanzania and northern Mozambique.
- The Bantu language spoken by the Makonde.
- A cherry of a large dark-red variety.
- A species of tern, especially the common tern or Arctic tern.
- A stuff made in imitation of velvet.
- An area of mud, possibly submerged, near the edge of a body of water.
- A pig; pork.
- One who scavenges in river or harbor mud for items of value, especially in London during the Industrial Revolution. Also applies to a person scavenging in sewers. A person who begs near a river. A sewer cleaner.
- A child that spends most of its time in the streets, especially in slum areas. A child who plays in the mud. Any dirty or unkempt person.
- A soldier of the Royal Engineers.
- Any of various birds that are found in muddy places or build their nests with mud. Especially and Alauda arvensis.
- The Grallina cyanoleuca that builds its nest with mud into a bowl-like shape.
- A racehorse that performs well on muddy or wet tracks.
- A paste of earth or clay, applied to the face for therapeutic or cosmetic purposes.
- Any of various fine-grained siliciclastic sedimentary rocks.
- in a naked manner; without concealing anything; blatantly or openly
- A nonscheduled airline.
- The eighth-largest city in the U.S. state of California
- A township in Ontario, Canada.
- A town in and the county seat of Maryland, USA.
- Like a pad; having characteristics of a pad; cushionlike.
- A detachable lock that can be used to secure something by means of a sliding or hinged shackle
- To lock using a padlock.
- Speckled, spotted.
- Wearing a peruke.
- Preserved by pickling.
- Any of the bivalve molluscs of the genus Pholas or family , which burrow into soft rocks.
- (of something with feathers, hair etc.) Having had these items removed by plucking.
- Played by plucking.
- Having courage and spirit; plucky.
- Resembling a pod
- Resembling a pod person
- A city in Moscow Oblast of Russia.
- A dike; a marsh or fen.
- punctured by small holes
- Having, or formed with, a quirk.
- A poor, rural, white Southern person (of either gender)Country Music Lyrics New Country Tunes; especially, one who is regarded as rowdy, arrogant, egotistical, a braggart, etc.
- The nickname given to miners who wore red bandanas for identification during the West Virginia mine war of 1921.West Virginia Division of Culture and History
- The nickname given to Baltimore street gang, active in 1859.The New York Times (New York, New York), 3 Nov 1859, Thu • Page 4
- The nickname given to Roman Catholics in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.The Raleigh Register, (Raleigh, North Carolina),19 Mar 1841, Fri • Page 2
- An American Indian, a Native American.
- An anticapitalist skinhead.
- Resembling a rod, usually in shape
- A person who follows a particular sadhana, or goal-directed spiritual practice.
- A billon of gold and copper that can be treated to form a dark indigo patina resembling lacquer.
- Having a shank.
- Affected with disease of the shank or footstalk
- surprised, startled, confused, or taken aback.
- A bed used by a person who is sick.
- A place for convalescence.
- Furnished or provided with a sickle.
- hurt; damage
- Of or relating to the skalds (Norse poets).
- A vagrant; a cheat.
- To deceive; to cheat; to trick.
- Agent noun of skid; one who skids.
- a vehicle for pulling trees out of a forest.
- The foreman of a construction gang making a skid road.
- A skidpad.
- A shoe or clog, as of iron, attached to a chain, and placed under the wheel of a wagon to prevent its turning when descending a steep hill; a drag.
- To beg; to pilfer; to skelder.
- Having or showing skill; skillful.
- Requiring special abilities or training.
- Having skin.
- Covered in a thin membrane resembling skin.
- Having skin (or similar outer layer) totally or partially removed.
- passed around
- narrowly missed
- An instance of skydiving.
- To be in freefall after jumping from an aircraft and landing safely by deploying a parachute.
- At or toward the sky.
- Pointing or facing at or moving toward the sky.
- That has had sparks (of electricity) passed through it
- Having specks or spots, speckled.
- A little scared; worried by a feeling or event. Describing the unsettling feeling there being another unknown ghostly presence.
- Being spied upon by security or intelligence services.
- Taken off guard; astonished; surprised.
- Duped into believing a spook.
- arranged in a stack
- Having large breasts
- Unfairly constructed, as a stacked deck of cards.
- Having a stalk or stem; borne upon a stem.
- Having a replacement crankshaft with a longer stroke than normal
- Made of ropes tacked together.
- spelling of (language)
- spelling of (someone from Tadzhikistan)
- A large drinking vessel, sometimes of pewter, sometimes with a glass base, with one handle and often a hinged cover.
- A dish upon which the miller's share was measured as compensation for milling the farmer's meal.
- A very small quantity of something.
- Mounted on tracks.
- Any member of the Triakidae.
- Transported by a truck.
- Having some specific type of trunk.
- Cut-off, severed; mutilated.
- hallucinating, especially under the influence of crystal meth or similar narcotics.
- A very righteous person, especially a Hassidic spiritual leader.
- Not asked about.
- Not baked or cooked.
- (Of a drink) Not having been drunk.
- Without a key.
- Not liked; lacking approval or popularity.
- Not having had a wake or vigil.
- The supreme being or of the Omaha people.
- The state of being married; matrimony.
- A wife; a married woman.
- A day of the week except those which form the weekend; that is:
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, but not Saturday or Sunday.
- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday, but not Sunday. (e.g. in Vietnam)
- Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, but not Saturday.
- Saturday, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, but not Friday.
- Tired; fatigued.
- Intoxicated on drugs.
- Having whelks; whelky.
- Destroyed, usually in an accident; damaged to the point of unusability.
- Very intoxicated from alcohol and/or other drugs.
- Having been put in a dreadful or embarrassing situation; can range from being pwned in a game to being utterly defeated in an argument or publicly shamed with a stinging insult.
- A city of Central Asia, now a town and district of western China.