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- Brimming with liquid.
- Swimming or immersed (in something).
- Washed by the waves or tide; said of a rock or strip of shore, or of an anchor, etc., when flush with the surface of the water, so that the waves break over it.
- Covered, overspread.
- A precision sport where the goal is to roll biased balls (weighted on one side, and called bowls) closer to a smaller white ball (the jack or kitty) than one's opponent is able to do.
- A ball used in the game of bowls
- To drink excessively and socially; to carouse.
- A carouse; a drinking bout; a booze.
- To haul or hoist (something) with a tackle.
- singular of, i.e. nonstandard version of chews.
- A town on the north coast of the Isle of Wight, England.
- A blow on the face.
- To plunge, or duck into water; to immerse; to douse.
- To beat or thrash.
- To use the dipping or divining rod, as in search of water, ore, etc.
- The pendulous flaps of skin hanging from the side of the lips of certain dogs, especially hounds.
- The part of the bow containing the hawseholes.
- A hawsehole or hawsepipe.
- The horizontal distance or area between an anchored vessel's bows and the actual position of her anchor(s).
- A position relative to the course and position of a vessel, somewhat forward of the stem.
- Said of a vessel lying to two anchors, streamed from either bow.
- All persons, singular and plural, present form of know.
- A slattern; a mawk.
- Containing lots of news; informative.
- Chatty, gossipy.
- A distributor of news; a newsagent.
- A principal area and preserved county of Wales, admin HQ Llandrindod Wells.
- To express disgust or contempt.
- To saw again or anew.
- To sow again, to plant seed where it has already been planted.
- One who saws; a sawyer.
- The wrinkling of the brows or face in frowning; the expression of displeasure, sullenness, or discontent in the countenance; an angry frown.
- Hence, gloom; dark or threatening aspect.
- To wrinkle the brows, as in frowning or displeasure; to put on a frowning look; to look sour, sullen, severe, or angry.
- To look gloomy, dark, or threatening; to lower.
- To look at or repel with a scowl or a frown.
- To express by a scowl.
- A sod of grass-grown turf from the surface of a bog or from a field.
- A turf covering the roof of a cottage beneath the thatch.
- A device that has a helical function.
- A simple machine, a helical inclined plane.
- A (usually) metal fastener consisting of a shank partially or completely threaded shank, sometimes with a threaded point, and a head used to both hold the top material and to drive the screw either directly into a soft material or into a prepared hole.
- A ship's propeller.
- An Archimedes screw.
- A steam vessel propelled by a screw instead of wheels.
- A prison guard.
- An extortioner; a sharp bargainer; a skinflint.
- An instructor who examines with great or unnecessary severity; also, a searching or strict examination of a student by an instructor.
- Sexual intercourse; the act of screwing.
- A casual sexual partner.
- Salary, wages.
- A small packet of tobacco.
- An old, worn-out, unsound and worthless horse.
- A straight line in space with which a definite linear magnitude termed the pitch is associated. It is used to express the displacement of a rigid body, which may always be made to consist of a rotation about an axis combined with a translation parallel to that axis.
- An amphipod crustacean.
- A prison guard.
- To connect or assemble pieces using a screw.
- To have sexual intercourse with.
- To cheat someone or ruin their chances in a game or other situation. Sometimes used in the form "screw over".
- To apply pressure on; to put the screws on.
- To practice extortion upon; to oppress by unreasonable or extortionate exactions.
- To contort.
- To miskick (a ball) by hitting it with the wrong part of the foot.
- To screw back.
- To examine (a student) rigidly; to subject to a severe examination.
- A scroll.
- A clipping from skins; a currier's cuttings.
- Any of several species of Asian ungulates of the genus Capricornis.
- A scarecrow, generally made of feathers tied to a string, hung up to prevent deer from breaking into a place.
- A pipe or system of pipes used to remove human waste and to provide drainage.
- To provide (a place) with a system of sewers.
- A servant attending at a meal who is responsible for seating arrangements, serving dishes, etc.
- One who sews.
- A small tortricid moth, the larva of which sews together the edges of a leaf using silk.
- A square or rectangular piece of cloth worn as a covering for the head, neck, and shoulders.
- To wrap in a shawl.
- A mediaeval double-reed wind instrument with a conical wooden body.
- name, popular in the US in the 1970s.
- name, transferred from the male name.
- stalks or leaves of root vegetables.
- calling attention; flashy; standing out to the eye
- Any of numerous small, mouselike, chiefly nocturnal, mammals of the family Soricidae (order Soricomorpha).
- Certain other small mammals that resemble true shrews (order Soricomorpha).
- An ill-tempered, nagging woman: a scold.
- To beshrew; to curse.
- A cord or tendon of the body.
- A nerve.
- Muscle; nerve; nervous energy; vigor; vigorous strength; muscular power.
- A string or chord, as of a musical instrument.
- That which gives strength or in which strength consists; a supporting member or factor; mainstay; source of strength (often plural).
- To knit together, or make strong with, or as if with, sinews.
- The hooded merganser.
- Marked by or covered with snow
- Snow-white in color
- A soldier on horseback, especially one during the British Raj.
- Scattered or ejected spittle
- To scatter spittle from the mouth; to spit
- Moist; marshy; emitting water.
- A woman, wife; especially a Native American woman.
- A civil parish and former village in Buckinghamshire, England
- A small village in Shropshire, England, also spelt
- A census-designated place in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA.
- A town in Lamoille County, Vermont, USA.
- An unincorporated community in Logan County, West Virginia, USA.
- form of (small basin for holy water)
- form of (drinking vessel)
- To distribute objects or pieces of something over an area, especially in a random manner.
- To cover, or lie upon, by having been scattered.
- To spread abroad; to disseminate.
- Lithe; nimble.
- A deception; a trick.
- A tool, used by blacksmiths and other metalworkers, for cold shaping of a metal item.
- To bend or shape through use of a swage.
- A Hindu religious teacher.
- A piece of wet, spongy land; low ground saturated with water; soft, wet ground which may have a growth of certain kinds of trees, but is unfit for agricultural or pastoral purposes.
- A type of wetland that stretches for vast distances, and is home to many creatures who have adapted specifically to that environment.
- To drench or fill with water.
- To overwhelm; to make too busy, or overrun the capacity of.
- To plunge into difficulties and perils; to overwhelm; to ruin; to wreck.
- A swamp.
- To steer one's vehicle from side to side while driving.
- past of. Now largely replaced by swung.
- Fashionably elegant.
- A fashionably elegant person.
- Ostentation; bravado.
- To swagger, to show off.
- A bar or pole used as a lever, swivel handle e.g. on the end of a shaft.
- A steering oar use by Tyne keelmen.
- A kind of mechanical scoop for water.
- The waste chips or shavings from an abrasive activity, such as metalworking, a saw cutting wood, or the use of a grindstone or whetstone.
- A particular waste chip or shaving.
- To grind down.
- To grow languid; to faint.
- A swoon or faint.
- A large number of insects, especially when in motion or (for bees) migrating to a new colony.
- A mass of people, animals or things in motion or turmoil.
- A group of nodes sharing the same torrent in a BitTorrent network.
- To move as a swarm.
- To teem, or be overrun with insects, people, etc.
- To fill a place as a swarm.
- To overwhelm as by an opposing army.
- To climb by gripping with arms and legs alternately.
- To breed multitudes.
- The water that washes up on shore after an incoming wave has broken
- a long, protruding ornamental line or pen stroke found in some typefaces and styles of calligraphy.
- A narrow sound or channel of water lying within a sand bank, or between a sand bank and the shore, or a bar over which the sea washes.
- Liquid filth; wash; hog mash.
- A blustering noise.
- swaggering behaviour.
- A swaggering fellow; a swasher.
- An oval figure, whose mouldings are oblique to the axis of the work.
- To swagger; to bluster and brag.
- To dash or flow noisily; to splash.
- To fall violently or noisily.
- Soft, like overripe fruit; swashy; squashy.
- To burn slowly.
- To melt and run down, as the tallow of a candle; waste away without feeding the flame.
- To singe; scorch; dress (as a hog) with burning or singeing.
- To consume with fire; burn.
- To make disappear; cause to waste away; diminish; reduce.
- To take an oath.
- To use offensive language.
- A swear word.
- Top-heavy; too high.
- Dull; heavy; lazy; slow; reluctant; unwilling.
- A lazy time; a short rest during working hours (especially field labour); a siesta.
- To be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.
- Fluid that exits the body through pores in the skin usually due to physical stress and/or high temperature for the purpose of regulating body temperature and removing certain compounds from the circulation.
- A soldier (especially one who is old or experienced).
- The sweating sickness.
- Moisture issuing from any substance.
- A short run by a racehorse as a form of exercise.
- To emit sweat.
- To cause to excrete moisture from the skin; to cause to perspire.
- To work hard.
- To extract money, labour, etc. from, by exaction or oppression.
- To worry.
- To worry about (something).
- To emit, in the manner of sweat.
- To emit moisture.
- To solder (a pipe joint) together.
- To stress out.
- To cook slowly in shallow oil without browning.
- To remove a portion of (a coin), as by shaking it with others in a bag, so that the friction wears off a small quantity of the metal.
- To clean (a surface) by means of a stroking motion of a broom or brush.
- To move through a (horizontal) arc or similar long stroke.
- To search (a place) methodically.
- To travel quickly.
- To play a sweep shot.
- To brush the ice in front of a moving stone, causing it to travel farther and to curl less.
- To move something in a particular motion, as a broom.
- To win (a series) without drawing or losing any of the games in that series.
- To defeat (a team) in a series without drawing or losing any of the games in that series.
- To remove something abruptly and thoroughly.
- To brush against or over; to rub lightly along.
- To carry with a long, swinging, or dragging motion; hence, to carry in a stately or proud fashion.
- To strike with a long stroke.
- To draw or drag something over.
- To pass over, or traverse, with the eye or with an instrument of observation.
- A single action of sweeping.
- The person who steers a dragon boat.
- A person who stands at the stern of a surf boat, steering with a steering oar and commanding the crew.
- A chimney sweep.
- A methodical search, typically for bugs (electronic listening devices).
- A batsman's shot, played from a kneeling position with a swinging horizontal bat.
- A lottery, usually on the results of a sporting event, where players win if their randomly chosen team wins.
- A flow of water parallel to shore caused by wave action at an ocean beach or at a point or headland.
- A throw or takedown that primarily uses the legs to attack an opponent's legs.
- Violent and general destruction.
- A movable templet for making moulds, in loam moulding.
- In the game casino, the act of capturing all face-up cards from the table.
- The compass of any turning body or of any motion.
- Direction or departure of a curve, a road, an arch, etc. away from a rectilinear line.
- A large oar used in small vessels, partly to propel them and partly to steer them.
- The almond furnace.
- A long pole, or piece of timber, moved on a horizontal fulcrum fixed to a tall post and used to raise and lower a bucket in a well for drawing water.
- Any of the blades of a windmill.
- The sweepings of workshops where precious metals are worked, containing filings, etc.
- Any of several sea chubs in the kyphosid subfamily
- Dull; indolent; lazy.
- Reluctant; unwilling; disinclined.
- To become bigger, especially due to being engorged.
- To cause to become bigger.
- To grow gradually in force or loudness.
- To raise to arrogance; to puff up; to inflate.
- To be raised to arrogance.
- To be elated; to rise arrogantly.
- To be turgid, bombastic, or extravagant.
- To protuberate; to bulge out.
- The act of swelling.
- Increase of power in style, or of rhetorical force.
- A long series of ocean waves, generally produced by wind, and lasting after the wind has ceased.
- A gradual crescendo followed by diminuendo.
- A device for controlling the volume of a pipe organ.
- A division in a pipe organ, usually the largest enclosed division.
- A hillock or similar raised area of terrain.
- A person who is dressed in a fancy or elegant manner.
- A person of high social standing; an important person.
- To die.
- To succumb or be overcome with emotion, heat, etc.; to faint or swelter
- a mixture of solid and liquid food scraps fed to pigs etc; especially kitchen waste for this purpose
- any disgusting or distasteful liquid
- anything disgusting or worthless
- a large quantity of liquid drunk at one swallow
- Inexpensive beer
- A badly-thrown pass
- to eat or drink greedily or to excess
- to wash something by flooding with water
- to inebriate; to fill with drink.
- to feed pigs swill
- Any of various omnivorous, even-toed ungulates of the family Suidae.
- A contemptible person
- A police officer; a "pig".
- Something difficult or awkward; a pain.
- To steal or snatch.
- To scan or register by sliding something through a reader.
- To grab or bat quickly.
- To interact with a touch screen by drawing one's finger rapidly across it.
- A quick grab, bat, or other motion with the hand or paw; A sweep.
- A strong blow given with a sweeping motion, as with a bat or club.
- A rough guess; an estimate or swag.
- Poor, weak beer or other inferior alcoholic beverage; rotgut.
- The neck.
- A hollow between two hills or peaks, especially with a road running through it; a vale.
- To twist or whirl, as an eddy.
- To be arranged in a twist, spiral or whorl.
- to circulate
- A whirling eddy.
- A twist or coil of something.
- sophisticated; fashionable; smooth.
- Attractive, stylish
- A short rustling, hissing or whistling sound, often made by friction.
- A hissing, sweeping movement through the air, as of an animal's tail.
- A sound of liquid flowing inside a container.
- A twig or bundle of twigs, used for administering beatings; a switch
- A successful basketball shot that does not touch the rim or backboard.
- An effeminate male homosexual.
- To make a rustling sound while moving.
- To flourish with a swishing sound.
- To flog; to lash.
- To make a successful basketball shot that does not touch the rim or backboard.
- To mince or otherwise to behave in an effeminate manner.
- To copulate with (a woman).
- To cut a crop in a sweeping or rambling manner, hence to reap; cut for harvest.
- A swindle, disappointment.
- To swindle.
- To fly or glide downwards suddenly; to plunge (in the air) or nosedive.
- To move swiftly, as if with a sweeping movement, especially to attack something.
- To fall on at once and seize; to catch while on the wing.
- To seize; to catch up; to take with a sweep.
- To pass with pomp; to sweep.
- An instance, or the act of suddenly plunging downward.
- A sudden act.
- A quick passage from one note to the next.
- Given or declared under oath.
- Ardent, devout.
- A leather strap or thong which is split into (typically three) tails, used for corporal punishment in schools, applied to the palm of the hands or buttocks.
- To beat with a tawse.
- Attractive physical attributes or features; good bodily proportions; muscles; vigour.
- Qualities, character; behaviour.
- A town and a river in Washington.
- To undo something sewn or enclosed by sewing; to rip apart; to take out the stitches of.
- one's total income for a time period
- The part of the body between the pelvis and the stomach.
- A part of a piece of clothing that covers the waist.
- The narrow connection between the thorax and abdomen in certain insects (e.g., bees, ants and wasps).
- The middle portion of the hull of a ship or the fuselage of an aircraft.
- That part of the upper deck of a ship between the quarterdeck and the forecastle.
- A community holiday, particularly in northern England.
- Variant of Welsh and Welch.
- A warm knitted jacket from the southwest of the USA.
- A ceremonial tunic among the Lakota people.
- Goods or services that are for sale.
- Watery; damp; soft.
- Lacking substance or strength; weak; thin; dilute; feeble.
- Not firm or hardy; liable to sweat profusely with labour.
- A an act of
- Intercession or mediation by people on behalf of others to whom they are connected by friendship or blood
- Insipid; tasteless; delicate; having a pale and sickly look.
- A river in northwest Germany, flowing north from south Lower Saxony into the North Sea.
- Waste; desert.
- Dizzy, giddy, confused.
- A sibilant sound, especially that of rapid movement through the air.
- To make such a sound.
- A quick, light sweeping motion.
- A kitchen utensil, made from stiff wire loops fixed to a handle, used for whipping (or a mechanical device with the same function).
- A bunch of twigs or hair etc, used as a brush.
- A small handheld broom with a small (or no) handle.
- A plane used by coopers for evening chines.
- A kind of cape, forming part of a woman's dress.
- An impertinent fellow.
- To move something with quick light sweeping motions.
- In cooking, to whip e.g. eggs or cream.
- To move something rapidly and with no warning.
- To move lightly and nimbly.
- The card game whist.
- Any of several four-player card games, similar to bridge.
- Sessions of playing the card game.
- To hush or silence; to still.
- To become silent.
- Of whom, belonging to whom.
- Of whom, belonging to whom.
- Of which, belonging to which.
- Of whom, belonging to whom.
- Of whom, belonging to whom.
- whosoever, whatever person
- Consisting of or resembling a wisp; like a slender, flexible strand or bundle.
- to show, teach, inform, guide, direct
- A large yellow water lily ( found in the northwestern United States.
- The seeds of this water lily, eaten by the Klamath and others.
- Angry debate or conversation; argument.
- Lines in a script for a performance.
- More ill.
- Less skillfully.
- More severely or seriously.
- Used to start a sentence describing something that is worse.
- To make worse; to put at disadvantage; to discomfit.
- Loss; disadvantage; defeat.
- That which is worse; something less good.
- Most inferior; doing the least good.
- Most unfavorable.
- Most harmful or severe.
- Most ill.
- definition: something that is worst.
- something or someone that is the worst
- In the worst way: most badly, most ill.
- To make worse.
- To grow worse; to deteriorate.
- To outdo or defeat, especially in battle.
- To pull or twist violently.
- To obtain by pulling or violent force.
- To seize.
- To twist, pervert, distort.
- To tune with a wrest, or key.
- The act of wresting; a wrench or twist; distortion.
- Active or motive power.
- A key to tune a stringed instrument.
- A partition in a water wheel by which the form of the buckets is determined.