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- To take away by force; to carry away (a human being) wrongfully and usually with violence or deception; to kidnap.
- To draw away, as a limb or other part, from its ordinary position; to move similar parts apart.
- To wash oneself.
- To wash.
- Broken away (from restraint).
- Without notice to prepare the mind for the event; sudden; hasty; unceremonious.
- Curt in manner; brusque; rude; uncivil; impolite.
- Having sudden transitions from one subject or state to another; unconnected; disjointed.
- Broken off.
- Extremely steep or craggy as if broken up; precipitous.
- Suddenly terminating, as if cut off; truncate.
- To tear off or asunder.
- To interrupt suddenly.
- Something which is abrupt; an abyss.
- In a bursting condition.
- The wood of the strawberry tree.
- A member of the Basotho people.
- Rich; fertile, as in reference to land or soil.
- A form of hunting in which game is forced into the open by the beating of sticks on bushes etc.
- The game thus forced into the open.
- A hunt performed in this manner.
- A springboard in a circus or gymnasium.
- A seaside city on the Black Sea coast and capital of Adjara, an autonomous republic in southwest Georgia.
- A person who has been beatified.
- The property, quality or state of being "that which pleases merely by being perceived" (Aquinas); that which is attractive, pleasing, fine or good looking; comeliness.
- Someone who is beautiful.
- Something that is particularly good or pleasing.
- An excellent or egregious example of something.
- The excellence, e.g. the genius
- A beauty quark (now called bottom quark).
- Beauty treatment; cosmetology.
- Prevailing style or taste; rage; fashion.
- Of high quality, well done.
- The capital city of Lebanon.
- The drinking game of beer pong.
- To call (someone) a lout.
- To address or speak of with contemptuous language.
- To bespatter, as with mud.
- To blacken with smut; foul with soot.
- To set with or as with studs; adorn with bosses.
- The compound formed by condensation of two molecules of urea with the loss of a molecule of ammonia, (NH2-CO)2NH, or any of its derivatives
- A women's overgarment worn in 12th-century Western Europe, featuring voluminous skirts and horizontal puckering or pleating across a snugly fitted underbust abdomen.
- The state of being blue; blueness.
- (in plural; also water-bougets) A charge resembling the water bags that were used to supply the army in battle.
- A bend; flexure; curve; a hollow angle.
- A bend or hollow in a human or animal body.
- A curve or bend in a river, mountain chain, or other geographical feature.
- The part of a sling that contains the stone.
- A fold, bend, or coil in a tail, snake's body etc.
- Something given liberally.
- A reward for some specific act, especially one given by a government or authority.
- Formerly, money paid to volunteers for serving in the British navy in time of war.
- violent, vicious, ruthless, or cruel
- Crude or unfeeling in manner or speech.
- Harsh; unrelenting
- Disagreeably precise or penetrating
- In extreme metal, to describe the speed of the music and the density of riffs.
- A little bud springing from a parent bud.
- A projectile, usually of metal, shot from a gun at high speed.
- An entire round of unfired ammunition for a firearm, including the projectile, the cartridge casing, the propellant charge, etc.
- Ammunition for a sling or slingshot which has been manufactured for such use.
- A printed symbol in the form of a solid circle, (•), often used in lieu of numbers for marking items in a list. (see also bulleted)
- A large scheduled repayment of the principal of a loan; a balloon payment.
- A rejection letter, as for employment, admission to a school or a competition.
- One year of prison time
- An ace (the playing card).
- Anything that is projected extremely fast.
- Very fast
- A small ball.
- A cannonball.
- The fetlock of a horse.
- The heavy projectice thrown in a game of road bowling
- To draw attention to (text) by, or as if by, placing a graphic bullet in front of it.
- To speed, like a bullet.
- To make a shot, especially with great speed.
- A trawl; a boulter.
- The mode of fishing with a boulter or spiller.
- A fibre obtained from palms of the genus Corypha.
- One who bunts.
- A woman who picks up rags in the streets.
- A low, vulgar woman.
- A freshwater fish, taxonomic name Lota lota, similar to the ling and the cusk, which spawns in the winter.Displaced native eelpout
- From, of, or pertaining to, Buryatia
- Someone from Buryatia.
- A Mongolic language spoken around Buryatia
- Occurring in abrupt bursts, especially of information
- From, of, or pertaining to, Buryatia
- Someone from Buryatia.
- A Mongolic language spoken around Buryatia.
- A small bush.
- A sprig or bouquet.
- Part of a garden devoted to shrubs.
- Having a certain type of bust
- Broke; having no money.
- Caught in the act of doing something one shouldn't do.
- Extremely ugly.
- A North-American tree,
- An excited activity; a stir.
- A cover to protect and hide the back panel of a computer or other office machine.
- A frame worn underneath a woman's skirt, typically only protruding from the rear as opposed to the earlier more circular hoops.
- To move busily and energetically with fussiness (often followed by about).
- To teem or abound (usually followed by with); to exhibit an energetic and active abundance (of a thing). See also bustle with.
- A hydrocarbon (either of the two isomers of C4H10 n-butane, and 2-methyl-propane) found in gaseous petroleum fractions.
- The n-butane isomer only.
- The ether radical derived from butanol
- Having a butt or backside (of a specified kind).
- To serve as or perform the duties of a butler.
- Either of two isomeric acetylenes containing four carbon atoms and a triple bond
- An arquebus, a firearm with a long barrel.
- Having a mane
- Having hair in the style of a mane
- Rafflesia arnoldii, a plant with very large flowers.
- nothing but; only; just
- A small marsupial carnivore, Myrmecobius fasciatus, endemic to western Australia, that eats almost exclusively termites.
- To reduce the edge or effects of; to mitigate; to dull.
- Intellectually dull or dim-witted.
- Indirect or circuitous.
- Of sound: deadened or muffled.
- Of an angle: greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees.
- Of a triangle: having one obtuse angle.
- Not sharp; blunt.
- To surpass in begging.
- To bid more than (somebody else) in an auction.
- To surpass in bowing.
- A box holding all the mail to be sent out.
- An electronic folder holding sent emails.
- To box better than.
- To spend more money than (someone) buying goods.
- To outbid (someone) for something.
- To reach a better purchase bargain than (someone).
- In the direction away from the coal face.
- A short distance away.
- To fit with a new tube.
- Evincing strength and health; strong
- Violent; rough; rude.
- Requiring strength or vigor
- Sensible (of intellect etc.); straightforward, not given to or confused by uncertainty or subtlety
- Designed or evolved in such a way as to be resistant to total failure despite partial damage.
- Resistant or impervious to failure regardless of user input or unexpected conditions.
- Not greatly influenced by errors in assumptions about the distribution of sample errors.
- A tempo in which strict timing is relaxed, the music being played near, but not on the beat
- Abounding with stubs.
- Like a stub; short, especially cut short, thick and stiff; stunted; stubbed.
- A small, squat beer bottle.
- To reduce; to subdue.
- Abnormal, especially excessively deep, sleep.
- To lease or rent all or part of (a property) (to another person).
- Property leased by one lessee to another.
- A lot that forms part of a larger lot.
- To yield or give way to another.
- To enter or put forward for approval, consideration, marking etc.
- To win a fight against (an opponent) by submission.
- To let down; to lower.
- To put or place under.
- The abstraction of a sequence.
- A portion of a network that shares a network address in which each component is identified by a number.
- To break (a network) into subnets.
- With respect to another set, a set such that each of its elements is also an element of the other set.
- A group of things or people, all of which are in a specified larger group.
- To take a subset of.
- To extract only the portions of (a font) that are needed to display a particular document.
- Hard to grasp; not obvious or easily understood; barely noticeable.
- Cleverly contrived.
- Cunning, skillful.
- Tenuous; rarefied; of low density or thin consistency.
- With subtleness, in a subtle manner. With cleverness rather than brute force.
- In classical Turkish music, a long-necked, fretted, plucked lute, or various similar lutes of West and Central Asia.
- A white giant star in the constellation Draco; Alpha (α) Draconis. It was the pole star 5000 years ago.
- A little thumb;
- Clumsy, awkward, maladroit, not dextrous, all thumbs
- Dirtied by thumb marks
- tubing; a system of tubes
- an amount that would fill a tub
- tubes, considered as a group
- a length of tube, or a system of tubes
- the recreation of riding down a river on an inner tube
- A small pipe or fistular body; a little tube.
- A fall.
- An act of sexual intercourse.
- To fall end over end; to roll.
- To perform gymnastics such as somersaults, rolls, and handsprings.
- To roll over and over.
- To have sexual intercourse.
- To smooth and polish a rough surface on relatively small parts.
- To muss, to make disorderly; to tousle or rumple.
- (of a liquid) Having the lees or sediment disturbed; roiled; muddy; thick; not clear.
- A kind of pigeon developed over many years of selective breeding, known for its peaked crest, short beak, and frill of feathers on the breast.
- The turbot.
- A species of flatfish native to Europe ( earlier
- Any of various other flatfishes of family that are found in marine or brackish waters.
- A village in Middlesex where public hangings were carried out until 1783.
- Fertile growth, abundance, fruitfulness; copiousness, plenty.
- The state of existing in a specific point in space, thereness.
- To remove a belt
- to relax, unwind
- Not bent
- Erect, upright, or straight
- To remove from the bitts.
- To unlock by undoing the bolts of.
- To take off the boots from.
- To remove a wheel clamp from
- To take from the tomb; to exhume; to disinter.