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absorptive

absorptive

adj

  1. Having power, capacity, or tendency to absorb or imbibe; absorbent.

noun

  1. Any substance that absorbs.

adsorptive

adsorptive

adj

  1. Pertaining to, tending toward, or characterized by adsorption.

noun

  1. Any substance that adsorbs.

applausive

applausive

adj

  1. Conveying applause.

appositive

appositive

adj

  1. of or being in apposition

noun

  1. (grammar) a word or phrase that is in apposition

appraisive

appraisive

adj

  1. Of or relating to appraisal.

ascriptive

ascriptive

adj

  1. ascribing; relating to ascription

noun

  1. The act, or an instance, of ascribing a quality, characteristic, quotation, artistic work or other object to someone or something.

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.

avoyership

captivates

captivates

verb

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

carvership

compassive

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.

depositive

depositive

adj

  1. (medicine) Describing a condition in which lymph is exuded into the derma, forming papules.
  2. Involving or relating to the process of depositing.

depressive

depressive

adj

  1. Affected by depression, depressed; dispirited; melancholic.
  2. Causing depression; dispiriting.
  3. Relating to or characteristic of depression.

noun

  1. A person suffering from depression.

developist

deviascope

disapprove

disapprove

verb

  1. (intransitive) To condemn; to consider wrong or inappropriate; used with of.
  2. (transitive) To refuse to approve; reject.
  3. She disapproves of rap music because of its sometimes aggressive lyrics.
  4. To have or express an unfavorable opinion.

disenvelop

disenvelop

verb

  1. To unwrap or disentangle.

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.

dispansive

dispensive

dispersive

dispersive

adj

  1. That becomes dispersed
  2. That causes dispersion

disportive

disprovide

disprovide

verb

  1. (obsolete, transitive) Not to provide; to fail to provide.

disruptive

disruptive

adj

  1. (business) Causing major change, as in a market.
  2. Causing disruption or unrest.

drivership

empoverish

empoverish

verb

  1. Obsolete spelling of impoverish

espressivo

espressivo

adv

  1. (music) To be played in an expressive manner.

expletives

expletives

noun

  1. plural of expletive

explosives

explosives

noun

  1. plural of explosive

expositive

expositive

adj

  1. That explains; expository

expressive

expressive

adj

  1. Effectively conveying thought or feeling.

noun

  1. (linguistics) Any word or phrase that expresses (that the speaker, writer, or signer has) a certain attitude toward or information about the referent.
  2. (linguistics, more narrowly) A word or phrase, belonging to a distinct word class or having distinct morphosyntactic properties, with semantic symbolism (for example, an onomatopoeia), variously considered either a synonym, a hypernym or a hyponym of ideophone.

grapevines

grapevines

noun

  1. plural of grapevine

gravipause

grieveship

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.

impositive

impoverish

impoverish

verb

  1. (intransitive) To become poor.
  2. (transitive) To make poor.
  3. (transitive) To weaken in quality; to deprive of some strength or richness.

impressive

impressive

adj

  1. Appealing.
  2. Capable of being impressed.
  3. Making, or tending to make, a positive impression; having power to impress

improvised

improvised

adj

  1. created by improvisation; impromptu; unrehearsed.

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of improvise

improviser

improviser

noun

  1. One who improvises.

improvises

improvises

verb

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

inspective

inspective

adj

  1. Engaged in inspection; involving inspection.

kampsville

kulpsville

mappsville

misimprove

misimprove

verb

  1. (transitive, archaic) To use for a bad purpose; to misuse.

misprovide

misprovide

verb

  1. (intransitive) To provide badly or wrongly.

misprovoke

noviceship

noviceship

noun

  1. The state or position of being a novice.

operatives

operatives

noun

  1. plural of operative

oppositive

oppositive

adj

  1. Expressing contrariety.

noun

  1. The oppositive case, or an instance of its use.

oppressive

oppressive

adj

  1. Burdensome or difficult to bear.
  2. Hot and humid of the weather.
  3. Tyrannical or exercising unjust power.
  4. Weighing heavily on the spirit; intense, or overwhelming

overimpose

overimpose

verb

  1. (transitive) To impose too much or too often.

overphysic

overpolish

overpolish

verb

  1. (transitive) To polish too much.

overpraise

overpraise

verb

  1. To praise to an excessive degree.

overprices

overprices

verb

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

overprints

overprints

noun

  1. plural of overprint

verb

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

overpunish

overpunish

verb

  1. To punish excessively.

oversimple

oversimple

adj

  1. Excessively simple; lacking the necessary complexity.

oversimply

oversimply

adv

  1. In a way that is too simple; without the necessary detail or complexity.

overspiced

overspiced

adj

  1. Too strongly spiced.

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of overspice

overspring

overspring

verb

  1. (transitive) To overtop; overclimb; rise above; spring or leap over.

ovicapsule

ovicapsule

noun

  1. (anatomy) The outer layer of a Graafian follicle.
  2. (zoology) An ootheca.

oviposited

oviposited

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of oviposit

palaverist

palaverist

noun

  1. (rare) Synonym of palaverer (“one who palavers”)

parksville

parvenuism

parvenuism

noun

  1. The practices or characteristics of a social climber.

pennsville

perceivers

perceivers

noun

  1. plural of perceiver

perculsive

percussive

percussive

adj

  1. (phonetics) Produced by striking organs together, for example, smacking the lips or gnashing the teeth.
  2. Characterized by percussion; caused by or related to the action of striking or pounding something.

noun

  1. (phonetics) A percussive phone.

perivenous

perivenous

adj

  1. (medicine) Surrounding a vein.

permansive

permansive

adj

  1. (linguistics, of an aspect) permanent, stative, maintaining the same state

permissive

permissive

adj

  1. (biology) That allows the replication of viruses.
  2. (of a footpath, bridleway or similar) Open to the public by permission of the landowner.
  3. Giving permission, or predisposed to give it; lenient.

perovskite

perovskite

noun

  1. (mineralogy) A minor accessory mineral, CaTiO₃, occurring in basic rocks, as orthorhombic crystals.

persistive

persistive

adj

  1. (obsolete) persistent

persuasive

persuasive

adj

  1. Able to persuade; convincing.

noun

  1. That which persuades; incitement.

perversion

perversion

noun

  1. (geometry) Tendril perversion.
  2. A sexual practice considered abnormal; sexual deviance.
  3. Distortion or corruption of the original course, meaning, or state of something.
  4. The action of perverting someone or something; humiliation; debasement.
  5. The state of being perverted; depravity; vice.

perversite

perversity

perversity

noun

  1. A perverse act.
  2. The quality of being perverse.

perversive

perversive

adj

  1. Tending to pervert.

perviously

perviously

adv

  1. In a pervious manner.

pikestaves

pikesville

pittsville

poseyville

positively

positively

adv

  1. (manner) In a positive manner.
  2. (modal) With certainty.
  3. Absolutely; utterly.

positivest

positivest

adj

  1. (nonstandard) superlative form of positive: most positive

positivize

positivize

verb

  1. To make positive, or to emphasize a positive aspect

possessive

possessive

adj

  1. (grammar) Indicating ownership, possession, origin, etc.
  2. Of or pertaining to ownership or possession.
  3. Unwilling to yield possession of.

noun

  1. (grammar) A word used to indicate the possessive case.
  2. (grammar) The possessive case.

pottsville

pottsville

Proper noun

  1. a city in Arkansas, USA.
  2. an unincorporated community in Kentucky, USA.
  3. a city in Pennsylvania, USA
  4. an unincorporated community in Texas, USA.
  5. a town in the region of New South Wales, Australia.

poxviruses

poxviruses

noun

  1. plural of poxvirus

preadvised

preadvised

adj

  1. advised in advance

preadviser

preclusive

preclusive

adj

  1. Serving to preclude.

precursive

precursive

adj

  1. Being a style of handwriting that can later be developed into cursive.
  2. Preceding; introductory; precursory.

predevised

preestival

preevasion

prehensive

prehensive

adj

  1. (philosophy) Of or relating to Alfred North Whitehead's concept of prehension.

preobvious

prerevised

presentive

presentive

adj

  1. Bringing a conception or notion directly before the mind; presenting an object to the memory of imagination.

preserving

preserving

noun

  1. preservation

verb

  1. present participle of preserve

presolving

presolving

noun

  1. To transform a mathematical problem into an equivalent problem that is hopefully easier to solve.

presylvian

presylvian

adj

  1. (anatomy) Anterior to the Sylvian fissure of the brain

pretensive

pretensive

adj

  1. (chiefly US) Pretentious.
  2. (now rare) Pretended; feigned.

prevailers

prevailers

noun

  1. plural of prevailer

preversing

preversion

prevesical

prevesical

adj

  1. (anatomy) In front of a bladder, especially the urinary bladder.

previously

previously

adv

  1. (now archaic, with present-tense constructions) First; beforehand, in advance.
  2. (television) Recapitulating the preceding episodes of a series.
  3. (with past-tense constructions) At an earlier time.

previsible

previsible

adj

  1. (uncommon) foreseeable

previsibly

previsitor

primaveras

primaveras

noun

  1. plural of primavera

primitives

primitives

noun

  1. plural of primitive

privateers

privateers

noun

  1. plural of privateer

verb

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

privileges

privileges

noun

  1. plural of privilege

verb

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

processive

processive

adj

  1. Going forward, advancing, progressive

procursive

procursive

adj

  1. (medicine) Running forward, as the patient does in certain forms of epilepsy.

professive

promissive

promissive

adj

  1. Making or implying a promise.

propulsive

propulsive

adj

  1. Of or pertaining to propulsion
  2. Serving to propel

protensive

protensive

adj

  1. Drawn out; extended.

protestive

protestive

adj

  1. Expressing protest.

protrusive

protrusive

adj

  1. rather conspicuous; obtrusive
  2. that protrudes; protruding

proviruses

proviruses

noun

  1. plural of provirus

pulverised

pulverised

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of pulverise

pulveriser

pulveriser

noun

  1. Alternative spelling of pulverizer

pulverizes

pulverizes

verb

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

purgatives

purgatives

noun

  1. plural of purgative

pylesville

replevisor

replevisor

noun

  1. (law) A plaintiff in replevin.

repressive

repressive

adj

  1. Serving to repress or suppress; oppressive

reprievers

resorptive

resorptive

adj

  1. Of, pertaining to, or caused by resorption.

respective

respective

adj

  1. (obsolete) Fitted to awaken respect.
  2. (obsolete) Looking toward; having reference to; relative, not absolute.
  3. (obsolete) Noticing with attention; careful; wary.
  4. (obsolete) Rendering respect; respectful; regardful.
  5. Relating to particular persons or things, each to each; particular; own.

respersive

responsive

responsive

adj

  1. (graphical user interface) automatically resizing and repositioning elements to fit the available space
  2. (obsolete) responsible
  3. (obsolete) suited to something else; correspondent
  4. able to receive and respond to external stimuli
  5. answering, replying or responding
  6. susceptible to the feelings of others
  7. using antiphons; antiphonal

resumptive

resumptive

adj

  1. That is in the nature of resumption.

noun

  1. (archaic) A restorative medicine.
  2. (grammar) A resumptive pronoun.

riverscape

riverscape

noun

  1. A landscape that features a river.

ropesville

semiproven

semiproven

adj

  1. proven to a certain extent

separative

separative

adj

  1. (rare) Tending to keep oneself separate from others.
  2. Serving to separate.

noun

  1. Something that serves to separate.

septemviri

septemviri

noun

  1. plural of septemvir

septemvirs

silverpeak

silverspot

silverspot

noun

  1. Any of numerous butterflies with silvery spots on the undersides of the wings.

sipesville

slavophile

slipcovers

slipcovers

noun

  1. plural of slipcover

spearville