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acephalism

acephalism

noun

  1. The congenital lack of a head.

ampelopsin

ampelopsin

noun

  1. (organic chemistry) A particular flavanonol.

ampelopsis

ampelopsis

noun

  1. A vine of the genus Ampelopsis

amphiaster

amphiaster

noun

  1. (biology) The achromatic figure, formed in mitotic cell division, consisting of two asters connected by a spindle-shaped bundle of rod-like fibres diverging from each aster.

amphiboles

amphiboles

noun

  1. plural of amphibole

amphimixes

amphimixes

noun

  1. plural of amphimixis

amphispore

amphistome

amphistome

noun

  1. Any trematode of the genus Paramphistomum (previously Amphistoma)

amplifiers

amplifiers

noun

  1. plural of amplifier

amplitudes

amplitudes

noun

  1. plural of amplitude

angiosperm

angiosperm

noun

  1. (botany) Any plant of the clade Angiosperms, characterized by having ovules enclosed in an ovary; a flowering plant.

antipewism

aphorismer

aphorismer

noun

  1. (nonce word, derogatory) A dealer in aphorisms.

apishamore

apishamore

noun

  1. A saddle blanket.

aposematic

aposematic

adj

  1. (zoology, of a coloration or marking) That serves as a warning to predators, as of toxicity, especially falsely.

archisperm

asepticism

asepticism

noun

  1. (dated) freedom from sepsis; asepsis

aspermatic

aspermatic

adj

  1. That does not produce sperm

assumptive

assumptive

adj

  1. (heraldry, of arms, not comparable) Originally, being arms which a person had a right to assume, in consequence of an exploit; now, those assumed without sanction of the Heralds' College.
  2. Forward or presumptuous.
  3. Held as true or valid without evidence.

bedimplies

beldamship

bismerpund

bismerpund

noun

  1. (historical) An old Swedish unit of weight, equivalent to 5.101 kilograms.

blepharism

campaniles

campaniles

noun

  1. plural of campanile

campership

campership

noun

  1. Money paid to admit a child to summer camp.

campesinos

campesinos

noun

  1. plural of campesino

capernaism

champenois

chumpiness

circumpose

circumpose

verb

  1. (obsolete) To place within an encircling space; to pot (a plant).
  2. (obsolete) To put round; to place around; to place or arrange circularly.

compagnies

compassive

compositae

composited

composited

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of composite

composites

composites

noun

  1. plural of composite

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of composite

compotiers

compotiers

noun

  1. plural of compotier

compromise

compromise

noun

  1. (computer security) A breach of a computer or network's rules such that an unauthorized disclosure or loss of sensitive information may have occurred, or the unauthorized disclosure or loss itself.
  2. A committal to something derogatory or objectionable; a prejudicial concession; a surrender.
  3. The settlement of differences by arbitration or by consent reached by mutual concessions.

verb

  1. (intransitive) To find a way between extremes.
  2. (transitive) To breach (a security system).
  3. (transitive) To cause impairment of.
  4. (transitive, intransitive) To bind by mutual agreement.
  5. To adjust and settle by mutual concessions; to compound.
  6. To pledge by some act or declaration; to endanger the life, reputation, etc., of, by some act which can not be recalled; to expose to suspicion.

compulsive

compulsive

adj

  1. Having power to compel; exercising or applying compulsion.
  2. Uncontrolled or reactive and irresistible.

noun

  1. One who exhibits compulsive behaviours.

conceptism

conceptism

noun

  1. Alternative form of conceptismo

crimpiness

cuemanship

cuemanship

noun

  1. The art or skill of playing a cue sport.

deemphasis

deemphasis

noun

  1. Alternative spelling of de-emphasis

demipesade

demipriest

demisphere

demorphism

desmopexia

despotisms

despotisms

noun

  1. plural of despotism

diplomates

diplomates

noun

  1. plural of diplomate

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of diplomate

discompose

discompose

verb

  1. (transitive) To destroy the composure of; to disturb or agitate.
  2. (transitive) To disarrange, or throw into a state of disorder.

disemplane

disemplane

verb

  1. Synonym of deplane (“disembark from an airplane”)

disemploys

disemploys

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disemploy

disempower

disempower

verb

  1. To remove authority or (official) confidence from (someone or some group) to do something (such as administer a state function), as by demoting, disestablishing, or unincorporating a group.
  2. To remove morale or self-confidence from (someone or some group) to do something.

disimprove

disimprove

verb

  1. (informal, rare, influenced by the German verb verschlimmbessern) To try to make something better but end up making it worse.
  2. (intransitive, rare) to deteriorate.
  3. (transitive, rare) to make worse.

dispermous

dispermous

adj

  1. (botany) Having only two seeds.

dispromise

distempers

distempers

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of distemper

dysphemism

dysphemism

noun

  1. (uncountable) The use of a word or phrase carrying negative connotations or imagery (especially one that is derogatory, offensive or vulgar) to replace a (more) neutral original.

dysphemize

dysphemize

verb

  1. (rare, transitive) To describe in dysphemisms.

emancipist

emancipist

noun

  1. (Australia, historical) In penal colonies of early Australia, a convict who had been pardoned for good conduct; sometimes inclusively a convict whose sentence had completed, though one such was more usually called an expiree.

emparadise

emparadise

verb

  1. Alternative form of imparadise

empathizes

empathizes

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of empathize

emphasised

emphasised

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of emphasise

emphasized

emphasized

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of emphasize

emphasizes

emphasizes

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emphasize

empiricism

empiricism

noun

  1. (medicine, now chiefly historical) Medicine as practised by an empiric, founded on mere experience, without the aid of science or a knowledge of principles; folk medicine, quackery.
  2. (philosophy) A doctrine which holds that the only or, at least, the most reliable source of human knowledge is experience, especially perception by means of the physical senses. (Often contrasted with rationalism.)
  3. (social sciences, political science, sociology) used to describe research based on methodology shaped from empirical philosophy (see above), e.g. surveys, statistics, etc.
  4. A pursuit of knowledge purely through experience, especially by means of observation and sometimes by experimentation.

empiricist

empiricist

noun

  1. an advocate or supporter of empiricism

empiristic

empiristic

adj

  1. (physics) Relating to, or resulting from, experience or experiment; following from empirical methods or data.

empoisoned

empoisoned

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of empoison

empoisoner

empoisoner

noun

  1. (obsolete) A poisoner.

empoverish

empoverish

verb

  1. Obsolete spelling of impoverish

empresario

ephemerist

ephemerist

noun

  1. One who collects or studies ephemera.
  2. One who keeps an ephemeris; a diarist.
  3. One who studies the daily motions and positions of the planets.

epidermose

epidermose

noun

  1. (biochemistry) keratin

epidermous

epidesmine

epididymis

epididymis

noun

  1. (anatomy) A narrow, tightly-coiled tube connecting the efferent ducts from the rear of each testicle to its vas deferens, where sperm are stored during maturation.

epidymides

epimenides

epimenides

Proper noun

  1. Epimenides of Knossos.

epimerised

epimetheus

epimetheus

Proper noun

  1. Son of Iapetus and Clymene, brother to Atlas, Menoetius and Prometheus, of whom he ignored warnings to beware of any gifts from Zeus. He accepted Pandora as his wife, thereby bringing sorrow to the world; father to Pyrrha.
  2. A moon of the planet Saturn.

epiphytism

epiphytism

noun

  1. (botany) The quality or condition of being an epiphyte.

epiplasmic

episcenium

episematic

episematic

adj

  1. (zoology, of a coloration or marking) That serves to assist individuals of the same species to identify each other.

episiotomy

episiotomy

noun

  1. (medicine) A surgical incision through the perineum made to enlarge the vagina and assist childbirth.

episomally

episomally

adv

  1. In an episomal manner.
  2. With regard to an episome.

epispermic

epispermic

adj

  1. (botany) Pertaining or belonging to the episperm, or seed covering.

episporium

episternum

episternum

noun

  1. (anatomy) The upper segment of the sternum
  2. (entomology) The anterior part of the pleuron of an insect.

epistomata

epistomian

epitimesis

epitomised

epitomised

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of epitomise

epitomiser

epitomiser

noun

  1. Alternative form of epitomizer

epitomizes

epitomizes

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of epitomize

equipments

equipments

noun

  1. (nonstandard) plural of equipment

esophagism

eumolpides

euphemious

euphemised

euphemised

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of euphemise

euphemiser

euphemiser

noun

  1. Alternative form of euphemizer

euphemisms

euphemisms

noun

  1. plural of euphemism

exemptions

exemptions

noun

  1. plural of exemption

exosporium

exosporium

noun

  1. (botany) The outer layer of a pollen grain or spore; the exine.

exotropism

farmership

farmership

noun

  1. Skill in farming.

flamenship

flamenship

noun

  1. The role or status of a flamen.

flapperism

flapperism

noun

  1. The behaviour of flappers (young women).

foemanship

foemanship

noun

  1. Enmity.

frumperies

frumperies

noun

  1. plural of frumpery

frumpiness

frumpiness

noun

  1. The characteristic of being frumpy.

gemmipares

geophagism

geophagism

noun

  1. The act or habit of eating earth.

geotropism

geotropism

noun

  1. (biology) The movement of a plant in response to gravity (either downwards or upwards).

glumpiness

glumpiness

noun

  1. The quality of being glumpy.

gossampine

graphemics

graphemics

noun

  1. (linguistics) The study of the graphemes, or writing units, of a script, and of their relation to the phonemes of the spoken language

grumpiness

grumpiness

noun

  1. The state, or act, of being grumpy.

hemiphrase

hemipodius

hemisphere

hemisphere

noun

  1. (anatomy) Either of the two halves of the cerebrum. .
  2. (astronomy, astrology) Half of the celestial sphere, as divided by either the ecliptic or the celestial equator .
  3. (cartography) A map or projection of a celestial or terrestrial hemisphere .
  4. (figuratively) A realm or domain of activity .
  5. (geography) Half of the Earth, such as the Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere, Western Hemisphere or Eastern Hemisphere, Land Hemisphere, Water Hemisphere etc. .
  6. (geometry) Any half-sphere, formed by a plane intersecting the center of a sphere. .

hemophilus

hemoptysis

hemoptysis

noun

  1. (medicine) expectoration (coughing up) of blood from the respiratory system

hemospasia

hemospasia

noun

  1. The use of suction to remove blood or to move it to another part of the body

hemosporid

hempstring

heptasemic

heptasemic

adj

  1. (ancient prosody) containing seven morae or units of time.

hermitship

hermitship

noun

  1. The state of being a hermit.

hetmanship

hetmanship

noun

  1. The role or status of hetman.

hippiedoms

hippomanes

hippomanes

noun

  1. (obsolete) An ancient love philter obtained from a mare or foal.

hippomenes

hipsterism

hipsterism

noun

  1. Something typical of a hipster.
  2. hipness

homophiles

homophiles

noun

  1. plural of homophile

hypericism

hypericism

noun

  1. Photosensitivity in livestock caused by consuming plants of the genus Hypericum.

hyperosmia

hyperosmia

noun

  1. Hypersensitivity of the sense of smell

hyperosmic

hyperosmic

adj

  1. Of, pertaining to, or affected by hyperosmia.

hyperprism

hyperprism

noun

  1. (geometry) A prism that extends into hyperspace, having more than three dimensions.

hypodermis

hypodermis

noun

  1. (anatomy) A subcutaneous layer of loose connective tissue containing fat cells, lying beneath the dermis.
  2. (botany) A layer of cells lying immediately below the epidermis.
  3. An epidermal layer of cells that secretes an overlying chitinous cuticle, as in arthropods.

hypomnesia

hypomnesia

noun

  1. deficiency of the memory

hypomnesis

imparadise

imparadise

verb

  1. (transitive, poetic) To place in paradise; to put in a state like paradise; to make supremely happy.
  2. (transitive, poetic) To transform into a paradise.

imparities

imparities

noun

  1. plural of imparity

imparsonee

imparsonee

adj

  1. (UK, law, religion) Presented, instituted, and inducted into a rectory, and in full possession.

noun

  1. (UK, law, religion) A clergyman so inducted.

impassable

impassable

adj

  1. (of a route, terrain, etc.) Incapable of being passed over, crossed, or negotiated.
  2. (of an obstacle) Incapable of being overcome or surmounted.
  3. (of currency) Not usable as legal tender.

impassible

impassible

adj

  1. (chiefly theology) Unable to suffer, or feel pain.
  2. Incapable of suffering injury or detriment.
  3. Misspelling of impassable.
  4. Unable to feel emotion; impassive.

impeachers

impeachers

noun

  1. plural of impeacher

impedances

impedances

noun

  1. plural of impedance

imperfects

imperfects

noun

  1. plural of imperfect

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of imperfect

impersonal

impersonal

adj

  1. (grammar, of a verb or other word) Not having a subject, or having a third person pronoun without an antecedent.
  2. Lacking warmth or emotion; cold.
  3. Not personal; not representing a person; not having personality.

noun

  1. (grammar) An impersonal word or construct.

imperverse

impervious

impervious

adj

  1. Immune to damage or effect.
  2. Preventive of any penetration; impenetrable, impermeable, particularly of water.
  3. Unaffected or unable to be affected by something.

impishness

impishness

noun

  1. The state or quality of being impish; mischievousness.

impleasing

impleasing

adj

  1. (obsolete) unpleasing; displeasing

implements

implements

noun

  1. plural of implement

verb

  1. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of implement