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- To set abroach; to let out, as liquor; to broach; to tap.
- Broached; in a condition for letting out or yielding liquor, as a cask which is tapped.
- In a state to be diffused or propagated; afoot; astir.
- Tapped; broached.
- Astir; moving about.
- A member of the former Acalephae family, now a part of the Cnidaria phylum.
- A prickle.
- A spine or prickly fin.
- A spinous process of a vertebra.
- To succeed in something, now especially in academic performance.
- To carry out successfully; to accomplish.
- To conclude, finish, especially successfully.
- To obtain, or gain (a desired result, objective etc.), as the result of exertion; to succeed in gaining; to win.
- To conclude, to turn out.
- To obtain (a material thing).
- A tropical American evergreen shrub, Bixa orellana; the lipstick tree.
- The seed of this tree used as a colouring or in Latin American cooking.
- An orange-red dye obtained from this seed.
- Deficiency or absence of bile.
- Lacking bile (or bile pigments)
- The lack or reduced production of gastric juices in any part of the digestive tract.
- Any of several rodents of the genus of the family Dasyproctidae, smaller than agoutis, which inhabit Amazonia.
- To quench; extinguish (fire, pain, malice, enemies, etc.)
- a city in Florida, USA.
- The ancient search for a universal panacea, and of the philosopher's stone, that eventually developed into chemistry.
- The causing of any sort of mysterious sudden transmutation.
- Any elaborate transformation process or algorithm.
- Of or pertaining to the various modalities of truth, such as the possibility or impossibility of something being true.
- A large shrub or small tree found in and around water in the African tropics, formerly used to make rafts due to its extremely lightweight wood.
- A raft made from bundles of the stems of this plant.
- a city in Texas, USA
- The state of a society being without authorities or an authoritative governing body.
- Anarchism; the political theory that a community is best organized by the voluntary cooperation of individuals, rather than by a government, which is regarded as being coercive by nature.
- A chaotic and confusing absence of any form of political authority or government.
- Confusion in general; disorder.
- Any small saltwater fish of the Engraulidae family, consisting of 160 species in 16 genera, of which the genus Engraulis is widely sold as food.
- the name of a number of cities founded by kings of the Seleucid dynasty, the most famous being "Antioch on the Orontes" in ancient Syria (modern-day Antakya in south-eastern Turkey).
- A city in California.
- A village in Illinois.
- An unincorporated community in Jackson Township, Clinton County, Indiana, USA
- An unincorporated community in Wright Township, Greene County, Indiana, USA
- An unincorporated community in Pike Township, Jay County, Indiana, USA
- An unincorporated community in Posey Township, Switzerland County, Indiana, USA
- A ghost town in Nebraska.
- A village in Ohio.
- Exhibiting aphakia; lacking the lens of the eye.
- One who has aphakia.
- Affected by, or pertaining to, aphasia.
- One who is afflicted by symptoms of aphasia.
- Of, relating to, or afflicted with aphemia.
- Of, relating to, or formed by aphesis.
- Of or relating to the apheta; life-giving.
- Of, relating to, or exhibiting aphonia; unable to speak.
- having no light, especially no sunlight
- describing that part of the deep oceans and lakes where photosynthesis is not possible
- Not porphyritic; having few or no phenocrysts.
- To charge (someone) with a crime; to impeach.
- A general term for the prehistoric period intermediate between the earliest period (‘Paleo-Indian’, ‘Paleo-American’, ‘American‐paleolithic’, &c.) of human presence in the Western Hemisphere, and the most recent prehistoric period (‘Woodland’, etc.).
- (A member of) an archaic variety of Homo sapiens.
- Of or characterized by antiquity; old-fashioned, quaint, antiquated.
- No longer in ordinary use, though still used occasionally to give a sense of antiquity.
- Belonging to the archaic period
- Of or pertaining to organisms of the kingdom Archaea.
- The practice or sport of shooting arrows with a bow.
- A group of archers.
- The vital principle or force believed by the Paracelsians to be responsible for alchemical reactions within living bodies, and hence for the growth and continuation of life.
- The arched part of a structure.
- hogging, opposed to sagging
- of Chief magistrates of ancient Athens.
- A passageway covered by an arch, particularly one made of masonry.
- A doorway with a semilunar-shaped top.
- That lacks a thymus gland
- A kind of chaetopod larva in which no circles of cilia are developed.
- An extinct European mammal, Bos primigenius, the ancestor of domestic cattle.
- The European bison (Bison bonasus, or Europæus).
- Thong(s) of rawhide or sinew used as cord, lacing, or webbing, in the manufacture of snowshoes, braided straps and tumplines, fishing and harpoon lines, knit bags, etc.
- Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and vivid social gatherings.
- A piece of excavating equipment consisting of a digging bucket or scoop on the end of an articulated arm, drawn backwards to move earth.
- A multi-purpose tractor with a front-mounted loading bucket and a rear-mounted digging bucket.
- To excavate using such equipment.
- An arc-shaped sand ridge comprised of well-sorted sand.
- A guild of legal clerks in pre-revolutionary France.
- A machine for preparing batches, especially of concrete, of a fixed size or volume.
- Relating to bathmism.
- To misuse, to bungle.
- To insult, to upbraid, to make a fool of someone.
- An old shoe.
- A fool.
- Having a beach.
- Run or brought ashore
- Stranded and helpless, especially on a beach
- To charm; fascinate; hold by a charm or spell.
- Consisting or made of the wood or bark of the beech.
- Of or pertaining to behenic acid or its derivatives.
- A senior member of a law society in a Canadian province (except New Brunswick).
- One of the senior governing members of an Inn of Court.
- An alderman of a corporation.
- A member of a court or council.
- One who frequents the benches of a tavern; an idler.
- Pertaining to the benthos; living on the seafloor, as opposed to floating in the ocean.
- To pinch, or mark with pinches
- To pinch all over.
- To beg or implore (a person).
- To request or beg for.
- A request.
- To show; point out.
- To give; hand over; deliver up; yield.
- To hand over as a trust; intrust; commend, commit (someone), usually as a wish expressed on departing; recommend to the care of; give charge to.
- To commit or commend (one), by the expression of a wish, to (God, the devil, etc.).
- To allot; assign.
- To teach; instruct.
- to cast a spell on someone or something
- to astonish, amaze
- rule by two people.
- An alliance of two countries.
- A chord of two notes played at the same time.
- Having two strings
- A company specializing in biotechnology, or stock in such a company
- of, or relating to biotechnology
- Made from birch wood.
- Covered in blotches.
- clumsily made or repaired in an unacceptable or incompetent manner.
- A person who mends things, especially such a cobbler or tailor.
- A clumsy or incompetent worker; a bungler.
- A young salmon; a grilse.
- Term of endearment for a young boy, or a young man.
- Term of endearment for any special male with whom one is familiar.
- Related or belonging to a certain family of abugidas used to write many languages of South and Southeast Asia, descended from the
- Having many branches.
- Tending to branch frequently.
- Apt to break fences or to break out of pasture; unruly.
- Any member of the Bruchidae.
- Like a dandy; foppish; swellish.
- A little bull; a bull
- A person who bunches.
- Something that bunches or causes to bunch.
- A machine that twists strands together during the manufacture of metal wire; a strander.
- A circuit that causes electrons or other charged particles in a particle beam to group together.
- An illegitimate supplier of laboratory animals who obtains the animals by kidnapping pets or illegally trapping strays.
- A ground-based radio transmitter, configured within a system to guide aircraft to their allocated airfields.
- Hair gathered together in two or more parts.
- Characteristic of a cad.
- A tetragonal-disphenoidal mineral containing arsenic, boron, calcium, hydrogen, and oxygen.
- Collusion or collaboration to nefarious ends.
- An Irish surname, variant of the Scottish Colquhoun.
- A city in that is the of
- A village in
- A city in that is the county seat of
- A city in
- The former name of until it was in 1943.
- A town in
- An in
- A crude form of sodium nitrate from South America; used as a fertilizer.
- A layer of hard clay subsoil or sedimentary rock; hardpan.
- Like a calf; stupid.
- A white transparent waxy crystalline isoprenoid ketone, 1,7,7-trimethylbicyclo[2.2.1]heptan-2-one, with a strong pungent odour, used in pharmacy.
- Any of the scales along the upper surface of the canthus rostralis in snakes, located behind the level of the prenasal/postnasal suture and before the supraocular.
- Either corner of the eye, where the eyelids meet.
- A long, pointed hood, as that worn by the Augustinians, Capuchins or Franciscans.
- A form of stately carriage or chariot
- To dismiss (someone, especially military personnel) from service.
- One who works at a till or receives payments.
- Person in charge of the cash of a business or bank.
- Inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose and throat.
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- A gummy extract of any of several species of Acacieae, produced by boiling the wood of the tree in water and evaporating the resulting liquid.
- Any fish of the order Siluriformes, mainly found in fresh water, lacking scales, and having barbels like whiskers around the mouth.
- To fish for catfish
- Someone who creates a fake profile on a social media platform in order to seduce people.
- Such a fake profile.
- To create a fake online profile to seduce (someone).
- 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.
- To focus one's emotional energies on someone or something.
- A psychoactive drug of the phenethylamine and amphetamine classes which acts as a stimulant.
- 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.
- name, a rare spelling variant of Catherine.
- catlike; in the manner of a cat
- sly and spiteful; marked by malice
- Relating to cepheid variables.
- A cepheid variable.
- Husband of Cassiopeia, king of Eritrea, father of Andromeda. There may be two mythical kings by this name.
- A circumpolar constellation of the northern sky, located between Draco and Cassiopeia and representing the king Cepheus from Greek myth.
- Raw seafood cured by marination in an acidic medium such as citrus, vinegar, or other souring agent, found primarily in Latin America.
- Relating to the chaetae.
- an open furnace or forge, in which blooms are heated before being wrought into bars.
- To haggle or barter.
- To talk much and idly; to chatter.
- bargaining; merchandise
- The upper sieve of a cleaning shoe in a combine harvester, where chaff is removed
- The act by which something is chafed.
- An inflammatory nodule at the bite site of the reduviid bug which transmits Chagas disease.
- Distress of mind caused by a failure of aims or plans, want of appreciation, mistakes etc; vexation or mortification.
- A type of leather or skin with a rough surface. Online
- To bother or vex; to mortify.
- To be vexed or annoyed.
- Bound with chains.
- Linked in a chain.
- The first month of the Hindu lunar calendar.
- A Buddhist or Jain shrine including a stupa.
- A disc-like throwing weapon originally from India.
- An old Indian coin.
- One of the two spiral bands which attach the yolk of an egg to the eggshell, suspending it in the white.
- The location where the nucellus attaches to the integuments, opposite the micropyle.
- Any of many small wasps, of the superfamily Chalcidoidea, having parasitic larvae
- An old Scottish dry measure, equal to 16 bolls.
- A large drinking cup, often having a stem and base and used especially for formal occasions and religious ceremonies.
- A traditional bread eaten by Ashkenazi Jews, usually braided for the Sabbath and round for Yom Tov.
- The commandment to separate a portion of bread or bread dough for the cohanim (Numbers 15:17–21); in contemporary practice, the portion is burned until inedible.
- The portion separated in fulfillment of the above.
- Any of several polypeptide hormones that reversibly inhibit mitosis in the tissues that produce them.
- A member of a group of Jewish immigrants to Palestine after 1917 who worked in agriculture or forestry.
- A signal sounded on a drum or trumpet inviting a parley.
- an obtuse-angled relief or cut at an edge added for a finished appearance and to break sharp edges
- to cut off the edge or corner of something; to bevel
- to cut a groove in something; to flute
- An evergreen shrub native to California, in the botanical family Rosaceae
- an evergreen shrub, found in the southwestern United States
- an evergreen shrub native to California,
- A short-horned goat antelope native to mountainous terrain in southern Europe;
- Soft pliable leather originally made from the skin of chamois (nowadays the hides of deer, sheep, and other species of goat are alternatively used).
- The traditional colour of chamois leather.
- An absorbent cloth used for cleaning and polishing, formerly made of chamois leather.
- A type of Asian tree with fragrant blossoms,
- one who champs or bites
- The space around the altar in a church, often enclosed, for use by the clergy and the choir. In medieval cathedrals the chancel was usually enclosed or blocked off from the nave by an altar screen.
- A scheming opportunist.
- Skin lesion, sometimes associated with certain contagious diseases such as syphilis.
- An extract or preparation of opium, used in China and India for smoking.
- Someone or something who changes things.
- Someone or something that changes or transforms itself.
- A flat fragment of sandstone, slate, etc. found in soil.
- A traditional Japanese tea ceremony in which matcha is prepared and presented.
- Any song with French words, but more specifically a classic, lyric-driven French song.
- A religious song.
- One who chants or sings
- A priest who sings in a chantry
- The pipe of a bagpipe on which the melody is played
- The hedge sparrow.
- form of (sailor's song).
- An endowment for the maintenance of a priest to sing a daily mass for the souls of specified people
- A chapel set up for this purpose
- Filled with chaos.
- Extremely disorganized or in disarray.
- Highly sensitive to starting conditions, so that a small change to them may yield a very different outcome.
- Aligned against following/upholding laws and principles- the opposite of lawful.
- A flat, unleavened bread from northern India and Pakistan.
- A hat.
- A cap of maintenance.
- The mass of grape solids that floats on the surface during the fermentation of wine.
- In international law, introductory text appearing in a treaty that broadly defines its principles, objectives, and background.
- A garland or circlet for the head.
- A string of beads, especially when making up five decades of the rosary.
- A moulding in the form of a string of beads; a bead-moulding.
- A small chapel or shrine.
- A bent piece of sheet iron, or a pin with thin plates on its ends, for holding a core in place in the mould.
- A tuft of feathers on a peacock's head.
- A type of footwear used in Pakistan, Mauritius and India, similar to a sandal.
- Dry and flaky due to excessive evaporation of water from its surface.
- One of the main sections into which the text of a book is divided.
- A section of a social or religious body.
- An administrative division of an organization, usually local to a specific area.
- An assembly of monks, or of the prebends and other clergymen connected with a cathedral, conventual, or collegiate church, or of a diocese, usually presided over by the dean.
- A community of canons or canonesses.
- A bishop's council.
- An organized branch of some society or fraternity, such as the Freemasons.
- A meeting of certain organized societies or orders.
- A chapter house.
- A sequence (of events), especially when presumed related and likely to continue.
- A decretal epistle.
- A location or compartment.
- To divide into chapters.
- To put into a chapter.
- To use administrative procedure to remove someone.
- A letter or character.
- A magical symbol.
- A genre of riddles where the clues to the answer are descriptions or puns on its syllables, with a final clue to the whole.
- A single round of the game charades, an acted form of the earlier riddles.
- A play resembling the game charades, particularly due to poor acting.
- A deception or pretense, originally an absurdly obvious one but now in general use.
- A small black spot or mark remaining in the cavity of the corner tooth of a horse after the large spot or mark has become obliterated.
- A very contagious and fatal disease of sheep, horses, and cattle; anthrax.
- A device that charges or recharges.
- A large horse trained for battle and used by the cavalry. They were of a lighter build than a destrier
- A large platter.
- A large decorative plate, sometimes used under dinner plates or other savoury-dish vessels in a multi-course meal; also service plate or underplate
- One who charges.
- A speedloader that holds several cartridges together in a single unit for easier loading of a firearm's magazine.
- A rectal concealment container for prohibited material such as money, drugs and tools.
- In a chary or sad manner.
- a two-wheeled, horse-drawn vehicle, used in Bronze Age and Early Iron Age warfare
- a light four-wheeled carriage used for ceremonial or pleasure purposes
- To convey by, or as if by, chariot.
- A power or authority, generally of a spiritual nature, believed to be a freely given gift by the grace of God.
- A domestic spinning wheel, used mostly for spinning cotton
- Bewitched; under a magic spell (cast by a charm).
- impressed by the pleasantness of something
- Having nonzero charm.
- A charming person; one who charms or seduces; a smoothie.
- An enchanter or magician.
- A chapel attached to a mortuary.
- A repository for dead bodies.
- Of or relating to a charnel, deathlike, sepulchral.
- Straight threads obtained by unraveling old linen cloth, used for surgical dressings.
- A traditional bedstead in India, consisting of a wooden frame bordering a set of knotted ropes.
- Burnt, carbonized.
- Engraved or embossed decoration.
- Of or like a chasm.
- Having gaps or a chasm.
- A town in Saint Lucia
- To punish (in order to bring about improvement in behavior, attitude, etc.); to restrain, moderate
- To make chaste; to purify.
- To punish or reprimand for the sake of improvement; to discipline.
- To render humble or restrained.
- A port and town on the Medway river in Kent, England; the home of the Royal dockyard.
- Any of several other places of the same name:
- a town in Virginia, USA
- An English habitational surname from the place name.
- A member of an indigenous people of southern central Mexico.
- Their indigenous Mesoamerican language.
- Tangible, movable property.
- A slave.
- Talk, especially meaningless or unimportant talk.
- The sound of talking.
- The sound made by a magpie.
- An intermittent noise, as from vibration.
- In national security, the degree of communication between suspect groups and individuals, used to gauge the degree of expected terrorist activity.
- To talk idly.
- Of teeth, machinery, etc, to make a noise by rapid collisions.
- To utter sounds which somewhat resemble language, but are inarticulate and indistinct.
- one who chats
- a user of chat rooms
- notably borne by a 14th century English author, best remembered for The Canterbury Tales.
- in the manner of or typical of a chav.
- participle of, i.e. nonstandard variant of chewing.
- A market town in Staffordshire, England.
- A village in Stockport borough, Greater Manchester, England.
- A hamlet in Alberta, Canada.
- to decrease the value of; to make cheap
- to make vulgar
- to become cheaper
- to bargain for, ask the price of.
- Cheap; inferior.
- An item which is inexpensive.
- An item of poor quality.
- A person who is stingy, a cheapskate.
- In a cheap manner; without expending much money.
- Having been deceived.
- One who cheats.
- An improvised breaker bar made from a length of pipe and a wrench (spanner), usually used to free screws, bolts, etc. that are difficult to remove with a ratchet or wrench alone.
- Of or pertaining to Chechnya
- Someone belonging to this ethnic group.
- An ethnic group originating from Chechnya in the North Caucasus region.
- A North-Central Caucasian language spoken in Chechnya.
- Having a pattern of checks; checkered.
- Of syllables, having a coda.
- Of consonants, glottalized.
- One who checks something.
- The clerk who tallies cost of purchases and accepts payment.
- A playing piece in the game of checkers (British: draughts).
- To mark in a pattern of alternating light and dark positions, like a checkerboard.
- To develop markings in a pattern of alternating light and dark positions, like a checkerboard.
- The fruit of the wild service tree or chequer tree, syn.
- Having some specific type of cheek.
- A rubber ring that holds the bit high in the horse's mouth.
- A person who, or a thing that cheers.
- A glass of spirit with warm water.
- gay; cheerful; not gloomy
- cheerily; cheerfully; heartily; briskly
- A broad gleeful grin.
- A jovial greeting
- A cheesemonger, cheese aficionado, or someone employed in the cheese business
- An uncircumcised man.
- A senior or geezer.
- A cocktail sandwich made with cheese.
- A conker with a flat side.
- A distinctive member (Acinonyx jubatus) of the cat family, slightly smaller than the leopard, but with proportionately longer limbs and a smaller head. It is native to Africa and also credited with being the fastest terrestrial animal.
- Collectively, all chefs.
- The state of being a chef.
- A member of the Cheka.
- A district on the northern bank of the river Thames in western London.
- Any of several places (mostly in the US) named after it.
- A type of porcelain once manufactured there.
- name, derived from the London borough.
- name, a variant of Chelsea.
- A person who specializes in the science of chemistry, especially at a professional level.
- A pharmacist.
- A pharmacy.
- An alchemist.
- an unincorporated CDP in McHenry County, Illinois, USA.
- a town in Chemung County, New York, USA, named after the Chemung River.
- an unincorporated community in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, USA.
- a river in New York State.
- spelling of (in certain senses only)
- A cigar with square-cut ends
- A leafy herb, resembling parsley.
- leaves from the plant, used as an herb in cooking, which have a mild flavour of anise.
- A mould in which curds are placed before being pressed to remove the whey; subsequently the chessel is removed to allow the cheese to mature
- Having a chest (with a specified quality).
- A Slavic guerrilla fighter in the Balkans.
- An ultra-nationalist Serb.
- A subdivision of currency, equal to one hundredth of a Bhutanese ngultrum
- A capitation tax; an equal tax or tribute per person.
- A V-shaped pattern; used in architecture, and as an insignia of military or police rank, on the sleeve
- A wide inverted V placed on a shield.
- One of the V-shaped markings on the surface of roads used to indicate minimum distances between vehicles.
- A guillemet, either of the punctuation marks “«” or “»”, used in several languages to indicate passages of speech. Similar to typical quotation marks used in the English language such as ““” and “””.
- An angle bracket, either used as a typographic or a scientific symbol.
- A a diacritical mark that may resemble an inverted circumflex.
- To form or be formed into chevrons
- The consumption of (the juice from) the khat plant.
- A bird, Pipilo erythrophthalmus, the Eastern towhee.
- An elevated dome-shaped pavilion in Indian architecture.
- A state of Mexico.
- A crossing of two nerves, ligaments etc.
- The contact point between the two chromatids of a chromosome during meiosis.
- a Turkish tobacco pipe
- A traditional open-sided dwelling built by the Native Americans of Florida.
- Either of two plants of the Asteraceae family
- Common chicory (Cichorium intybus), the source of radicchio, Belgian endive, and sugarloaf.
- Endive ( the source of escarole and frisée.
- A coffee substitute made from the roasted roots of the common chicory, sometimes used as a cheap adulterant in real coffee.
- chided, reproved, rebuked, scolded
- Especially or primarily; above all.
- Mainly or principally; almost entirely.
- of, or relating to a chief
- A sheer silk or rayon fabric.
- Any purely ornamental accessory on a woman's dress, such as a bunch of ribbon, lace, etc.
- A chigoe (Tunga penetrans), a kind of flea found in tropical climates.
- A harvest mite, a very small, red mite endemic to the Midwestern and Southeastern US, the infestation of which causes intense itching.
- An East Asian person who behaves in ways similar to a stereotypical urban African American.
- A roll or twist of hair worn at the nape of the neck; a bun.
- A temporary swelling on a neonate's head after a ventouse-assisted delivery.
- Of or pertaining to a young child; childlike
- Of, from, or pertaining to the nation or culture of Chile or its people.
- A person from Chile or of Chilean descent.
- a group of 1000 things
- a period of 1000 years; a millennium
- Something that chills, especially a machine that produces cold air, either for air conditioning, to prepare chilled foods etc.
- A frightening dramatic work, such as a book or film
- A conical pipe used for smoking marijuana, usually made of fired clay, porcelain, soapstone, glass or more rarely, wood and 100-150 mm long and 25-35 mm wide at the mouth.
- Any of several villages in
- An in
- A and unincorporated community in
- A city in that is the of
- A town in Calumet County, Wisconsin, partially within which the city is.
- An instance of chiming; a sound that chimes.
- A member of an allied commando unit operating behind enemy lines in northern Burma during World War II.
- A turn or kink in a rope.
- To chink or jingle
- To tinkle or cause to tinkle; produce a continued chinking sound
- A ringing sound of low volume
- Having some specific type of chin or number of chins.
- Of or decorated with chintz.
- Tastelessly showy; cheap, gaudy, or tacky.
- Excessively reluctant to spend; miserly, stingy.
- having a chip (small piece) or chips missing
- (no comparative or superlative) having had the engine management system upgraded, usually to increase power
- Exhibiting a lively optimism; in high spirits, cheerful.
- A fish and chip shop, or more generally a cheap fast food outlet, typically selling chips and other deep-fried foods.
- A deep frier.
- A machine that reduces organic matter to compost; depending on size, whole tree trunks are reduced to sawdust; a woodchipper.
- An occasional tobacco user, or more generally drug user.
- A machine that chips potatoes ready to be fried and made into chips.
- A company that manufactures potato chips/potato crisps.
- Someone who chips (e.g. wood).
- A player who chips the ball.
- To chirp or chirrup.
- A thing or animal that makes a chirping sound.
- A person who speaks with a distinct English or Welsh accent.
- To make a series of chirps, clicks or clucks.
- To express by chirping.
- To quicken or animate by chirping.
- A series of chirps, clicks or clucks.
- A political purge in Russia.
- chitlins (corruption of chitterlings)
- To make a series of high-pitched sounds; to twitter, chirp or chatter.
- To shiver or chatter with cold.
- A Siouan language originally spoken by the Missouria, Otoe and Iowa peoples.
- A short cloak caught up on the shoulder, worn by hunters, soldiers, and horsemen in Ancient Greece.
- A colourless narcotic liquid, trichloroacetaldehyde, CCl3CHO, obtained at first by the action of chlorine on alcohol and that, when treated with water, produces chloral hydrate.
- Of a compound, containing chlorine with a higher oxidation number than equivalent chlorous compounds; especially having an oxidation number of 5
- A large heterocyclic aromatic ring consisting, at the core, of three pyrroles and one pyrroline coupled through four methine linkages.
- The univalent radical ClO2- or cation ClO2+
- A member of a Hindu caste found in the state of Rajasthan in India.
- Tightly packed, especially with people.
- An peoples native to the area currently known as in the
- The of the Choctaw tribe.
- An in
- An unincorporated community in Mississippi.
- A in that is a of
- Relating to the Choctaw tribe or its language.
- A person of Choctaw heritage.
- form of (heating device)
- The process in which a person's airway becomes blocked, resulting in asphyxia in cases that are not treated promptly.
- The act of coughing when a foreign object (i.e. food, beverages) becomes lodged in a person's airway.
- A steroid hydrocarbon having a 4-pentane sidechain instead of the normal cholestane sidechain
- Any salt or ester of cholic acid
- A meat stew traditionally served on the Sabbath by Jews
- One who, or that which, chomps.
- A tooth.
- A small or young domestic fowl; a chick.
- one who chooses something
- Cut or diced into small pieces.
- Ground, having been processed by grinding.
- Having a vehicle's height reduced by horizontal trimming of the roofline.
- High on drugs.
- Fired from a job or cut from a team or training program; having got the chop.
- A tool for chopping wood; an axe/ax.
- A knife for chopping food.
- The penis.
- A type of road motorcycle, especially as used by biker / bikie gangs.
- An AK-47 or similar assault rifle.
- Any of various electronic switches used to interrupt one signal under the control of another.
- A helicopter.
- To travel or transport by helicopter.
- Of, pertaining to, or consisting of chords.
- Having an accompaniment of chords rather than a countermelody.
- Having a notochord; chordate
- For a graph, in which all cycles of four or more vertices have a chord.
- Through which input is supplied by pressing a relatively small number of keys in combinations, as though playing chords.
- an abnormal downward curve to the erect penis
- Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting chorea
- Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting chorea
- One who has chorea.
- a trochee (a foot of two syllables, the first long and the second short)
- a tribrach
- Relating to a chorion
- A female chorus line dancer; a chorus girl.
- The protective and nutritive membrane in higher vertebrates that attaches the fetus to the uterus.
- The outer case of an insect egg.
- The outer membrane of seeds of plants.
- A singer in a choir; a chorister.
- A spicy Spanish sausage flavoured with paprika.
- a market town and borough in Lancashire, England.
- The vascular layer of the eye lying between the retina and the sclera.
- A joyful, somewhat muffled laugh, rather like a snorting chuckle.
- To laugh with a chortle or chortles.
- definition one who chouses.
- A thick, creamy soup or stew.
- A stew, particularly fish or seafood, not necessarily thickened.
- A seller of fish.
- To make (seafood, etc.) into chowder.
- A white cloth, anointed with chrism, or a white mantle thrown over a child when baptized or christened.
- A child that died within a month after its baptism; so called from the chrisom cloth used as a shroud for it.
- A diminutive of the female given names Christine and Christina.