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- Alternative form of Ibadite.
- Brought forth prematurely.
- Checked in normal development at an early stage.
- Rendered abortive or sterile; undeveloped.
- The quality or state of being acid
- The quality of sour; sourness; tartness; sharpness to the taste, as in the acidity of lemon juice.
- Excessive acid quality, as in gastric secretions.
- Similar to the adamant; very difficult to break, pierce, or cut.
- An imaginary rock or mineral of impenetrable hardness; a name given to the diamond and other substances of extreme hardness.
- An embodiment of impregnable hardness.
- A magnet; a lodestone.
- Having been transformed from one medium to another.
- Having been subject to an alteration or change to fit a different circumstance.
- The augmentation by a judge of damages awarded by a jury.
- A rare mineral, a calcium-magnesium arsenate, forming blue, green, yellow or grey orthorhombic crystals.
- With great skill or knowledge.
- To allow in; to admit.
- To administer (something, such as a remedy).
- To affix.
- The curve on a graph of pressure and temperature which gives the adiabatic heating or cooling of a gas.
- The number of arguments or operands a function or operation takes. For a relation, the number of domains in the corresponding Cartesian product.
- Any salt or ester of adipic acid
- That is related to another functor by an adjunction.
- Having a relationship of the nature of an adjoint (adjoint curve); sharing multiple points with.
- The transpose of the cofactor matrix of a given square matrix.
- Transpose conjugate.
- Hermitian conjugate.
- A functor related to another functor by an adjunction.
- A curve A such that any point of a given curve C of multiplicity r has multiplicity at least r–1 on A. Sometimes the multiple points of C are required to be ordinary, and if this condition is not satisfied the term sub-adjoint is used.
- An assistant to someone who holds a position in the military or civil service.
- An assistant mayor of a French commune.
- An appendage; something attached to something else in a subordinate capacity.
- A person associated with another, usually in a subordinate position; a colleague.
- A quality or property of the body or mind, whether natural or acquired, such as colour in the body or judgement in the mind.
- A key or scale closely related to another as principal; a relative or attendant key.
- A dispensable phrase in a clause or sentence that amplifies its meaning, such as "for a while" in "I typed for a while".
- A constituent which is both the daughter and the sister of an X-bar.
- One of a pair of morphisms which relate to each other through a pair of adjoint functors.
- Connected in a subordinate function.
- Added to a faculty or staff in a secondary position.
- A male adjutant; a helper or assistant; The Oxford English Dictionary (2007)
- One who maintains that the vowel points of the Tetragrammaton translated "Jehovah" are the vowel points that belong to the word Adonai.
- To flatter effusively
- To commit adultery.
- To pollute something; to adulterate.
- In an adult manner, not childishly.
- Supplied or infused with air or oxygen.
- Annoyed or agitated.
- The date on which a television or radio program is broadcast.
- Any of a class of acyclic polyols formally derived from an aldose by reduction of the carbonyl functional group.
- Having been made alert; having been made attentive, alarmed or warned of something coming soon.
- A kind of car in drag racing, usually with a partial body situated behind the exposed engine.
- Having been changed from an original form.
- Neutered; having had testicles removed to prevent procreation.
- A product of amidation
- A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played in a moderately slow tempo; faster than adagio but slower than allegretto.
- A passage having this mark.
- Played at a moderately slow tempo.
- Describing a passage having this mark.
- Having a handle.
- An agent that counteracts or neutralizes acidity, especially in the stomach.
- Counteracting or neutralizing acidity, especially in the stomach.
- Any of various drab-colored South American birds of the family Thamnophilidae that feed on ants.
- Resembling a flower.
- A flower or, more commonly, a floret that has the simplest, most basic type of structure.
- The state or essence of being an ant.
- A divine being opposed to the gods.
- One of the three possible colours of an antiquark, corresponding to red in a quark.
- Any member of the Arctiidae.
- of or pertaining to the superfamily Arctoidea
- A long term lack of rainfall or moisture.
- To astonish, bewilder or dazzle.
- Stunned; astounded; astonished.
- A hypocycloid with four cusps.
- A simple jet engine consisting essentially of a tube with a means of delivering fuel and ignition into the tube. The engine can only be started in a fast airflow. This type of engine is expected to be able to provide cruising speeds at Mach numbers of around 5 to 7 (5 to 7 times the speed of sound).
- Said of the horns of a stag when they are of a different tincture to its head.
- Tuned to the correct pitch.
- Brought into harmony; harmonized.
- Having been changed to fit in with a particular context or to be in sync with a phenomenon.
- Listening, paying attention.
- A hearer; especially, a catechumen in the early Church.
- One who audits bookkeeping accounts.
- In many jurisdictions, an elected or appointed public official in charge of the public accounts; a comptroller.
- One who audits an academic course; who attends the lectures but does not earn academic credit.
- One who listens, typically as a member of an audience.
- One trained to perform spiritual guidance procedures.
- Having or resembling ears.
- Resembling or containing gold; gold-coloured; gilded.
- Combined with auric acid or some other compound of gold
- Having lobes like the ear; auriculate.
- Turned away, especially as an expression of feeling; also, offended; unpropitious.
- Greediness; strong appetite.
- Eagerness; intenseness of desire.
- The measure of the synergism of the strength individual interactions between proteins.
- Of or relating to a putative branch of the Benue-Congo branch of the Niger-Congo language family.
- To tend a bar; to act as a barman.
- mansion in Provence
- new town built in medieval Languedoc, Gascony and Aquitaine during the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries
- to dirty, soil; make dirty.
- A person with whom one shares a bed.
- Any of the four upright supports of a bedstead.
- A post or pin on each side of the bed to keep the bedclothes from falling off; a bedstaff.
- To drift about; drift around.
- The duty or privilege of the marriage bed.
- To befoul with ordure; bedirt.
- A recess in a room for a bed.
- The spot where an animal sleeps.
- A tick or bag made of cloth, used for enclosing the materials of a bed.
- The time or hour at which one retires to bed in order to sleep.
- Projecting over.
- Later in relation to the proper time something should have happened.
- A diminutive of the bend, of the same shape, but only half the width of the bend.
- To help, assist.
- To profit; benefit; serve; avail.
- To take the place of; replace.
- Placed (in a given situation); beset.
- Disposed mentally; affected.
- Provided; furnished.
- At any early period.
- To tread over or walk upon.
- To wind or draw around; surround; encompass.
- Being a bigot; biased; strongly prejudiced; forming opinions without just cause.
- Smeared with bitumen.
- Which has been subjected to an explosion.
- Which has been subjected to violent gusts of wind.
- Accursed; damned.
- Whose branches bear no leaves; leafless.
- Intoxicated, drunk.
- Damned; extremely.
- Any member of the Blattidae.
- Swollen with fluid or gas.
- Excessively or extremely large or wealthy.
- Excessively overloaded with features, known as bloatware.
- Slightly salted and lightly smoked (as in bloated herring).
- Having a booty or backside (of a specified kind).
- Having been treated with borate
- clumsily made or repaired in an unacceptable or incompetent manner.
- A sudden outbreak or outburst; a caprice, a whim.
- a small town in Virginia, USA
- The extent or measure of how broad or wide something is.
- A piece of fabric of standard width.
- Scope or range, especially of knowledge or skill.
- (graph theory) the length of the longest path between two vertices on a graph
- derived from the French surnames Burdette, Bourdette, and back to Bourdet.
- Any of several large terrestrial birds of the family Otididae that inhabit dry open country and steppes in the Old World.
- Having a bustle, as clothing.
- A member of the cactus subfamily Cactoideae.
- A locally connected continnuum that is the closure of the union of an at most countable number of spheres and simple arcs, of which every simple closed contour is contained in one and only one of the spheres.
- A caddis; the larva of a caddice fly.
- Glowing as a result of its high temperature; incandescent, glowing with heat.
- Of or relating to Candia (now called Heraklion).
- A dark variety of spinel.
- Any of a number of major arteries in the head and neck.
- Relating to these arteries
- 1884: Chapter VIII
- A heavy piece of timber projecting from each side of the bow of a ship for holding anchors which were fitted with a stock in position for letting go or for securing after weighing.
- Similar rigging on the outside of a building.
- An electrode, of a cell or other electrically polarized device, through which a positive current of electricity flows outwards (and thus, electrons flow inwards). It usually, but not always, has a positive voltage.
- The electrode at which chemical reduction of cations takes place, usually resulting in the deposition of metal onto the electrode.
- The electrode from which electrons are emitted into a vacuum tube or gas-filled tube.
- That electrode of a semiconductor device which is connected to the n-type material of a p-n junction.
- The state or time of being a cat.
- Tapering into a long, tail-like extension at the apex.
- Having a tail.
- Of or pertaining to the Caudata order of amphibians.
- Any member of the Caudata order of amphibians.
- Covered with wax.
- Any of various parasitic tapeworms of the class or infraclass Cestoda.
- Of or characteristic of such creatures
- Any of the parasitic flatworms of the class or infraclass Cestoda.
- Of or pertaining to the ; cestoidean
- Having been deceived.
- Having a chest (with a specified quality).
- A member of an allied commando unit operating behind enemy lines in northern Burma during World War II.
- Any fungus of the division Chytridiomycota.
- A strong fortress that sits high above a city.
- A stronghold or fortified place.
- Having a cleft; cloven.
- Covered with a cloth.
- Wearing clothes or clothing.
- A brief coda, or a brief segment between the themes of a fugue
- To pickle; to preserve.
- Preserved; pickled.
- The act or method of controlling or directing
- Skillful guidance or management; generalship.
- The manner of guiding or carrying oneself; personal deportment; mode of action; behavior.
- Plot; action; construction; manner of development.
- Convoy; escort; guard; guide.
- That which carries or conveys anything; a channel; a conduit; an instrument.
- To lead, or guide; to escort.
- To lead; to direct; to manage
- (reflexively to conduct oneself) To behave.
- To serve as a medium for conveying; to transmit (heat, light, electricity, etc.)
- To direct, as the leader in the performance of a musical composition.
- To act as a conductor (as of heat, electricity, etc.); to carry.
- To carry out (something organized)
- To strive in opposition; to contest; to dispute; to vie; to quarrel; to fight.
- To struggle or exert oneself to obtain or retain possession of, or to defend.
- To strive in debate; to engage in discussion; to dispute; to argue.
- A phonetic consonant, as opposed to a phonological one.
- Heart-shaped, with a point at the apex and a notch at the base.
- A smokeless propellent made by combining two high explosives, nitrocellulose and nitroglycerine, used in some firearm ammunition.
- a large cooking apple
- The land attached to a cottage, or held by a cottager or cotter.
- Like a fish of the genus Cottus.
- A fish belonging to, or resembling, the genus Cottus.
- Highly sought-after.
- Having a crest, or ornamental tuft (on an animal) or plume (on a helmet).
- The state of being crude.
- A crude act or characteristic.
- Indigestion; undigested food in the stomach; badly-concocted humours.
- Having a toothed margin, usually fish scales
- Comb-like in shape.
- A ctenoidean.
- The legal right to take care of something or somebody, especially children.
- Temporary possession or care of somebody else's property.
- The state of being imprisoned or detained, usually pending a trial.
- An expert; one who is master of their profession.
- A handy person.
- A dabbler or bungler.
- Pertaining to, or composed of, dacite.
- Violent robbery carried out by a dacoit or a gang of dacoits.
- 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.
- A city in Texas, USA
- A cobaltiferous variety of arsenopyrite.
- A kind of scab or ulceration on the skin of lambs.
- A motion or gesture that darts.
- Of or pertaining to the dartos.
- Like the dartos; dartoic.
- A mechanical damping device consisting of a piston that moves through a viscous fluid (usually oil); used, in conjunction with a spring, in shock absorbers.
- A malicious coward; a dishonorable sneak.
- Meanly shrinking from danger, cowardly, dastardly.
- To dastardize.
- A commission or duty charged by an agent; a kickback.
- The morning star; the planet Venus.
- The Sun.
- Appearing as though dead, or on the verge of death.
- Fatal, causing death.
- In a way that resembles death.
- Extremely, dreadfully.
- disputed, under discussion, not settled.
- A city in Alabama
- A city in Georgia, United States
- A city in Illinois
- A city in Indiana
- A town in Mississippi
- A town in Tennessee
- A city in Texas
- The final judgment of the Court of Session, or of an inferior court, by which the question at issue is decided.
- To convert an encrypted or coded text or message into plain text.
- A decoded communication.
- The condition of failing to meet an obligation.
- the original software programming settings as set by the factory
- A loss incurred by failing to compete.
- A selection made in the absence of an alternative.
- A value used when none has been given; a tentative value or standard that is presumed.
- The failure of a defendant to appear and answer a summons and complaint.
- A failing or failure; omission of that which ought to be done; neglect to do what duty or law requires.
- Fault; offence; wrong act.
- To fail to meet an obligation.
- To lose a competition by failing to compete.
- To assume a value when none was given; to presume a tentative value or standard.
- To fail to appear and answer a summons and complaint.
- To make (something) deviate from its original path.
- To deviate from its original path.
- To avoid addressing (questions, criticism, etc.).
- To divert (attention, etc.).
- To remove frost from.
- To thaw something.
- To recover from something tiresome.
- Deceased, dead.
- No longer in use, inactive.
- Specifically, of a program: that has terminated but is still shown in the list of processes because the parent process that created it is still running and has not yet reaped it. See also zombie, zombie process.
- No longer in business or service.
- (of a language) No longer spoken.
- To make defunct.
- The dead person (referred to).
- Of or pertaining to deixis; to a word whose meaning is dependent on context.
- Directly pointing out; specifying.
- Such a word (such as I or here).
- any liquid or solid waste matter that is emanated, shed or discharged from the body.Gordh and Headrick (2011) A Dictionary of Entomology p.421dejecta at thefreedictionary Dejecta include urine, faeces, sputum, pus, mucus, skin sloughing, lochia; their discharge can be nasal, aural, by expectoration, urethral, vaginal and so on.Dhaar (2008) Foundations of Community Medicine, 2/e
- An accuser; an informer.
- One who, or that which, deletes.
- Joy; pleasure.
- Something that gives great joy or pleasure.
- To give delight to; to affect with great pleasure; to please highly.
- To have or take great pleasure.
- To mark or fix the limits of.
- To demarcate.
- A borough in Pennsylvania, US.
- A city/town in South Dakota, US.
- Of or pertaining to a river delta.
- Shaped like the letter delta (Δ).
- The deltoid muscle, a triangular muscle on the human shoulder.
- The deltoid ligament, a triangular ligament on the human ankle.
- In the shape of the upper case Greek letter delta Δ; triangular.
- Of, or connected with the deltoid muscle
- Of a triangular or roughly triangular shape and attached to the stem via the side.
- A quality of being inadequate; a fault; a disadvantage
- A mark given for bad conduct to a person attending an educational institution or serving in the army.
- That which one merits or deserves, either of good or ill; desert.
- To deserve.
- To depreciate or cry down.
- An organophosphate insecticide, 1-(2-diethoxyphosphorylsulfanylethylsulfanyl)ethane.
- Of or for the common people.
- Of, relating to, or written in the vulgar form of ancient Egyptian hieratic writing.
- Of, relating to, or written in the form of modern vernacular Greek.
- Language as spoken or written by the common people.
- To remove from its mounting; to take down from a mounted position.
- To dismount.
- A measure of the mass of matter contained by a unit volume.
- ratio of one quantity to another quantity.
- probability that an event will occur, as a function of some observed variable.
- Relating to, or bearing, teeth.
- The dentary bone.
- Having teeth or toothlike projections; serrated, toothed.
- A small tooth, like that of a saw.
- Shaped like a tooth.
- a set of teeth, the teeth viewed as a unit
- an artificial replacement of one or more teeth
- a complete replacement of all teeth in a mouth
- A gift or offering to God.
- Pertaining to necessity, duty or obligation, or expressions conveying this.
- To cause to leave orbit.
- Of an orbiting object, such as a satellite, to leave orbit.
- To depict; to paint; to portray; to delineate.
- To depict in words; to describe graphically.
- To colour; to decorate with colours.
- To stain; to distain.
- To remove paint from.
- To take up plants; to transplant.
- To empty or unload, as the vessels of the human system, by bloodletting or by medicine.
- To reduce by destroying or consuming the vital powers of; to exhaust, as a country of its strength or resources, a treasury of money, etc.
- Sediment or rock that is not native to its present location or is different from the surrounding material. Sometimes refers to ore or gems.
- That which is placed anywhere, or in anyone's hands, for safekeeping; something entrusted to the care of another.
- Money placed in an account.
- Anything left behind on a surface.
- A sum of money or other asset given as an initial payment, to show good faith, or to reserve something for purchase.
- A sum of money given as a security for a borrowed item, which will be given back when the item is returned, e.g. a bottle deposit or can deposit
- A place of deposit; a depository.
- To lay down; to place; to put.
- To lay up or away for safekeeping; to put up; to store.
- To entrust one's assets to the care of another. Sometimes done as collateral.
- To put money or funds into an account.
- To lay aside; to rid oneself of.
- A city in Dagestan, Russia.
- a river in Derbyshire, England, which flows into the River Trent.
- a river in North Yorkshire, England, which also forms the border with the East Riding of Yorkshire before joining the River Ouse.
- a river in Cumbria, England, which flows into the Irish Sea at Workington.
- a river forming the border between County Durham and Northumberland, before entering Tyneside and joining the River Tyne.
- a river in Tasmania, Australia, which flows into the Tasman Sea near Hobart.
- a hamlet in Alberta, Canada.
- a community in Thames Centre municipality, Ontario, Canada.
- an unincorporated community in Guernsey County, Ohio, USA.
- A lengthy discourse on a subject
- A counterpoint melody sung or played above the theme
- To discuss at length.
- To sing or play a descant.
- An instance of descending.
- A way down.
- A sloping passage or incline.
- Lineage or hereditary derivation.
- A drop to a lower status or condition; decline.
- A particular extension of the idea of gluing. See
- 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.
- Contempt, derision.
- To hold in contempt, to despise, to look down on, to scorn.
- Disdain, contemptuous feelings, hatred.
- Action or behaviour displaying such feelings; an outrage, insult.
- Evil feeling; malice, spite.
- In spite of, notwithstanding, regardless of.
- To vex; to annoy; to offend contemptuously.
- To remove a chemical stain from.
- To lose a chemical stain.
- To remove (a ruler) from power.
- To cause destruction.
- To neutralize, undo a property or condition.
- To put down or euthanize.
- To severely disrupt the well-being of (a person); ruin.
- To defeat soundly.
- To remove data.
- A person or thing detained; a detainee.
- A legal action to reclaim goods wrongfully detained.
- To take away; to withdraw or remove.
- To take credit or reputation from; to defame or decry.
- To exit from a train; to disembark
- to remove a passenger or passengers from a train; to evacuate passengers from a train.
- to reduce one's training, particularly during the offseason, in preparation for a cycle of retraining.
- To refuse; to decline.
- To push downwards with force
- Having undergone detuning.
- A person with deviant behaviour; a deviant, degenerate or pervert.
- A value equal to the difference between a measured variable factor and a fixed or algorithmic reference value.
- To go off course from; to change course; to change plans.
- To fall outside of, or part from, some norm; to stray.
- Vowed; dedicated; consecrated.
- Zealous; characterized by devotion.
- Cursed; doomed.
- An ardent enthusiast or admirer
- A fanatical or zealous believer in a particular religion or god
- Someone with an amputee fetish
- One who devotes; a worshipper.
- To remove water from.
- Toward the right side; dextrally.
- Of or pertaining to the right side
- a biopolymer of glucose produced by enzymes of certain bacteria; used as a substitute for blood plasma, and as a stationary phase in chromatography
- A warhorse; a destrer.
- A variety of a language (specifically, often a spoken variety) that is characteristic of a particular area, community or group, often with relatively minor differences in vocabulary, style, spelling and pronunciation.
- A dialect of a language perceived as substandard or wrong.
- A or language.
- A variant of a non-standardized programming language.
- A maker of sundials; a gnomonist.
- One who keeps a diary.
- Intervening space; interval.
- An interval.
- A minor depositional break.
- A double star; applied to the nucleus of a cell, when, during cell division, the loops of the nuclear network separate into two groups, preparatory to the formation of two daughter nuclei.
- An electronic circuit containing diodes
- Clarke's gazelle, Ammodorcas clarkei.
- Two butyl groups in a molecule
- A phyllosilicate clay mineral chemically composed of aluminium, silicon, hydrogen and oxygen.
- An order or command.
- To order, command, control.
- To speak in order for someone to write down the words.
- The effectiveness and degree of clarity of word choice and expression.
- Of, or relating to diet
- Any organic compound having two ether functional groups.
- Two ethyl groups attached to the same molecule.
- A subordinate or local assembly; a diet of inferior rank.
- The act of following a diet.
- A person skilled at formulating diets; a dietician
- a small city in Kansas, USA
- a town in Massachusetts, USA.
- Having to do with digits (fingers or toes); performed with a finger.
- Property of representing values as discrete, usually binary, numbers rather than a continuous spectrum.
- Of or relating to computers or the Information Age.
- A digital option.
- Digital equipment or technology.
- An Ancient Roman unit of length, approximately 0.73 inches.
- A quality or state worthy of esteem and respect.
- Decorum, formality, stateliness.
- High office, rank, or station.
- One holding high rank; a dignitary.
- Fundamental principle; axiom; maxim.
- One who, or that which, dilates, expands, or enlarges.
- Any nerve or muscle that causes part of the body to dilate
- Any drug that causes such dilation
- An instrument used to dilate an orifice or cavity
- That which dilutes.
- A solvent or other liquid preparation used to dilute a sample prior to testing.
- An agent used for effecting dilution of the blood; a weak drink.
- Diluting; making thinner or weaker by admixture, especially of water.
- That has had something added in order to dilute it.
- A substance used for diluting.
- A device that adds a measured amount of sample to a measured amount of diluent.
- A line in a poem having two metrical feet.
- A poetic metre in which each line has two feet.
- The drug dimethyltryptamine.
- a city in Texas, USA
- A silly, crazy or stupid person.
- A special ornamental typographical symbol, such as a bullet, an arrow, a pointing hand etc.
- An architectural style of apartment building, where the second storey overhangs an area for parking cars.
- A kind of word puzzle involving pictures or typography that hint at the solution; a rebus.
- A wether sheep between one and two years old.
- A fish of the genus Diodon, or an allied genus.
- A grey intrusive igneous rock composed mostly of plagioclase feldspar, biotite, hornblende and/or pyroxene.
- An organism having a diploid number of chromosomes in its cells
- In grammar, a noun which has only two cases. In Modern Standard Arabic, nouns belong to triptotes or diptotes, or can be indeclinable.
- A writing tablet consisting of two leaves of rigid material connected by hinges and shutting together so as to protect the writing within.
- A picture or series of pictures painted on two tablets, usually connected by hinges.
- A double catalogue, containing in one part the names of living, and in the other of deceased, ecclesiastics and benefactors of the church.
- A catalogue of saints.
- Artistically-wrought tablets distributed by consuls, etc. of the later Roman Empire to commemorate their tenure of office; hence transferred to a list of magistrates
- Distinct; separate; secrete; divided.
- To separate; to divide; to break off.
- To debate; to discuss.
- To cause an intense dislike for something.
- An intense dislike or loathing someone feels for something bad or nasty.
- To break apart; separate
- to break off the mast especially by gunfire.
- To part, separate.
- To divide, divide up, distribute.
- The difference between the thickness of the metal at the mouth and at the breech of a piece of ordnance.
- A piece of metal placed on the muzzle, or near the trunnions, on the top of a piece of ordnance, to make the line of sight parallel to the axis of the bore.
- To furnish with a dispart sight.
- To make allowance for the dispart in (a gun), when taking aim.
- to amuse oneself divertingly or playfully; to cavort or gambol
- To display ostentatiously
- To remove from a port; to carry away.
- A pastime; anything which diverts one from serious matters; a game; sport; relaxation, recreation; entertainment; amusement
- Fun; gaiety; merriment; mirth; joy
- Deportment; bearing; carriage.
- orientation; elevation; bearing.
- To eject from a post; to displace.
- To lower a rate or rating
- To demote a sailor to a lower rank
- To tear up the roots of, or by the roots; to tear from a foundation; to uproot.
- To throw into confusion or disorder.
- To interrupt or impede.
- To improve a product or service in ways that displace an established one and surprise the market.
- Torn off or torn asunder; severed; disrupted.
- To study an animal's anatomy by cutting it apart; to perform a necropsy or an autopsy.
- To study a plant or other organism's anatomy similarly.
- To analyze an idea in detail by separating it into its parts.
- To separate muscles, organs, and so on without cutting into them or disrupting their architecture.
- Of an infection or foreign material, following the fascia separating muscles or other organs.
- To disagree; to withhold assent. Construed with from (or, formerly, to).
- To differ from, especially in opinion, beliefs, etc.
- To be different; to have contrary characteristics.
- Disagreement with the ideas, doctrines, decrees, etc. of a political party, government or religion.
- An act of disagreeing with, or deviating from, the views and opinions of those holding authority.
- A separate opinion filed in a case by judges who disagree with the outcome of the majority of the court in that case
- A violation that arises when disagreement with an official call is expressed in an inappropriate manner such as foul language, rude gestures, of failure to comply.
- To discourse or dispute; to discuss.
- A device to which a bundle of natural fibres (often wool, flax, or cotton) are attached for temporary storage, before being drawn off gradually to spin thread. A traditional distaff is a staff with flax fibres tied loosely to it (see Etymology), but modern distaffs are often made of cords weighted with beads, and attached to the wrist.
- The part of a spinning wheel from which fibre is drawn to be spun.
- Anything traditionally done by or considered of importance to women only.
- A woman, or women considered as a group.
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of women.
- Of the maternal side of a family.
- To stain, discolour or tarnish
- Far off (physically, logically or mentally).
- Emotionally unresponsive or unwilling to express genuine feelings.
- To extend or expand, as from internal pressure; to swell
- To extend; to stretch out; to spread out.
- To cause to swell.
- To cause gravidity.
- A couplet, a two line stanza making complete sense.
- Any couplet.
- To subject a substance to distillation.
- To undergo or be produced by distillation.
- To make by means of distillation, especially whisky.
- To exude in small drops.
- To impart in small quantities.
- To extract the essence of; concentrate; purify.
- To trickle down or fall in small drops; ooze out.
- To be manifested gently or gradually.
- To drip or be wet with.
- To bring something out of shape, to misshape.
- To become misshapen.
- To give a false or misleading account of
- distorted; misshapen
- to confuse a quiet, constant state or a calm, continuous flow, in particular: thoughts, actions or liquids.
- to divert, redirect, or alter by disturbing.
- to have a negative emotional impact; to cause emotional distress or confusion.
- Having two columns in front; said of a temple, portico, etc.
- A temple, portico, etc. that has two columns in front.
- To deprive of wonted usage; to disaccustom.
- One who digs ditches.
- One who ditches, or abandons.
- unable to think straight
- constantly moving about
- Any compound having two thiol groups
- An aromatic hydrocarbon, C14H14, consisting of two radicals or residues of toluene.
- A labiate plant, formerly renowned for its medicinal properties;
- A fragrant plant in the rue family,
- Set, sung, or composed as a ditty (of a specified kind).
- participle of; doting
- Pertaining to docetism.
- A game much like hockey, played in an open field.
- The bent stick used in playing this game.
- A fool; a butt.
- The bolt of the capsquare over the trunnion of a cannon.
- A steady trotting motion similar to that of a dog.
- A breezeway, open passageway, or open hallway between two sections of a house.
- A type of house with an open breezeway or hallway between two sections of a house.
- To move at the pace of a dogtrot
- The design or form of house with an open breezeway or hallway between two sections of a house
- A very small coin; a doit.
- A direction in musical notation indicating that the piece should be played sorrowfully, as if the player were mourning.
- Like a dolt; dull in intellect; stupid.
- Having been given freely rather than purchased.
- Someone who has received a donation or someone who needs a donation.
- 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.
- Inactive, sleeping, asleep, suspended.
- In a sleeping posture; distinguished from
- Resembling or characteristic of a dot.
- An old, decayed tree.
- A dotted pattern; a speckling.
- A man’s close-fitting jacket, with or without sleeves, worn by European men from the 1400s to the 1600s.
- A pair of two similar or equal things; couple.
- One of two or more different words in a language derived from the same etymological root but have different phonological forms (e.g., and in French or and in English).
- In textual criticism, two different narrative accounts of the same actual event.
- An imitation gem made of two pieces of glass or crystal with a layer of color between them.
- A word or phrase set a second time by mistake.
- A quantum state of a system with a spin of 1/2, such that there are two allowed values of the spin component, -1/2 and +1/2.
- A word (or rather, a halfword) consisting of two bytes.
- A very small flowering plant, Dimeresia howellii.
- A word ladder puzzle.
- An arrangement of two lenses for a microscope, designed to correct spherical aberration and chromatic dispersion, thus rendering the image of an object more clear and distinct.
- Either of two dice, each of which, when thrown, has the same number of spots on the face lying uppermost.
- A game somewhat like backgammon.
- Brave; bold; courageous; valiant; intrepid; stouthearted; fearless.
- Hardy; strenuous; dauntless; resolute.
- A baby dove.
- a hamlet in New Forest district, Hampshire, England.
- a parish in northern Herefordshire, England, including the village of Downton on the Rock and Downton Castle.
- a village in southern Wiltshire, England.
- Twelfth, especially as the final one of a set of twelve.
- A twelfth.
- A coarse linen fabric.
- of a certain depth required to float (said of a vessel); used comparatively with shallow, deep, etc.
- One who is drafted (into a military service, etc)
- A person who prepares technical drawings and plans.
- A person who prepares drafts.
- A person who writes a legislative bill.
- Having a strong or far-reaching effect; extreme, severe.
- Acting rapidly or violently.
- in its various senses.
- A checker: a game piece used in the game of draughts.
- Ale: a type of beer brewed using top-fermenting yeast.
- A mild vesicatory.
- An outhouse: an outbuilding used as a lavatory.
- Any picture or drawing.
- A sudden attack upon an enemy.
- A trigonal-ditrigonal pyramidal mineral containing aluminum, boron, hydrogen, magnesium, oxygen, silicon, and sodium.
- A net for catching the larger sorts of birds.
- Any of several places in England, with more in other countries named after the English ones.
- a village in Norfolk, England
- a hamlet in Daventry, Northamptonshire, England.
- a village in Cherwell, Oxfordshire, England.
- a village near Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England.
- a village in Somerset, England.
- A province in the northeast of the Netherlands with Assen as capital and Emmen as largest city.
- A small portion or part.
- A small or petty sum.
- A person who moves from place to place or job to job.
- A type of lightweight sail used in light winds like a spinnaker.
- A driver who uses driving techniques to modify vehicle traction to cause a vehicle to slide or power slide rather than drive in line with the tires.
- One who takes part in drift fishing.
- A person employed in driving in rock other than coal.
- A local government district of the Cape Colony (part of modern South Africa).
- A period of unusually low rainfall, longer and more severe than a dry spell.
- A longer than expected term without success, particularly in sport.
- Droughty, dry.
- An inexpensive coarse woolen cloth, used mainly for clothing.
- A floor covering made of drugget.
- Would rather; would prefer to.
- Of or supporting dualism.
- Any person who supports dualism, the belief in absolute good and absolute evil.
- Any person who believes in or argues for the duality of something.
- A classification into two subclasses or opposed parts.
- The interchangeability of points and planes.
- The mathematical equivalence of two seemingly different theoretical descriptions of a physical system.
- A particular instance of doubt or uncertainty.
- A crown-sized silver coin of the 16th-18th centuries.
- Capable of being pulled or stretched into thin wire by mechanical force without breaking.
- Molded easily into a new form.
- Led easily; prone to follow.
- An eye movement involving only one eye.
- A person who fights a duel.
- A particular kind of vitreous or dull, olive-green to grey-green orthorhombic mineral.
- A white, sugar-like substance, C6H8.(OH)2, occurring naturally in a manna from Madagascar, and in certain plants, and produced artificially by the reduction of galactose and lactose.
- Of or relating to dulosis.
- Of or relating to dunite.
- Any picture printed in two shades of the same colour, such as a duotype or duograph.
- A print made from two halftone photographic plates made from the same negative, but etched differently.
- A double layer of cloth worn by women as a scarf, veil etc.
- form of, a species of tree.
- A light snowfall.
- A light covering of something.
- The act of removing dust, as a household chore.
- A beating.
- A person employed to collect refuse from people's homes and take it to be processed.
- A flat scoop with a short handle, into which dust, dirt and other material is conveyed with a brush or broom.
- Obsequious; submissively obedient.
- Accepting of one's legal or moral obligations and willing to do them well, and without complaint.
- Pertaining to one's duty; demonstrative of one's sense of duty.
- A series of rulers or dynasts from one family.
- Grounded, connected electrically to the ground.
- greediness; voracity; rapacity
- A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing aluminum, calcium, hydrogen, magnesium, oxygen, silicon, and sodium.
- A globulin legumin protein found in hemp seeds.
- Of, pertaining to, or derived from edicts
- An act or instance of something being edited.
- One who, or that which, brings forth, elicits, or extracts.
- Pertaining to a memory or mental image of perfect clarity, as though actually visible; or to a person able to see such memories.
- last in a series, furthest away
- An annotation placed at the end of a document or chapter of a document.
- An armed incursion of Spanish conquistadors into American territories.
- having an estate
- passed or received as an inheritance
- Resembling a sieve.
- Relating to, or in the region of, the ethmoid bone.
- The ethmoid bone.