The capacity, condition, or state of acting or of exerting power; action or activity; operation.
A person or thing through which power is exerted or an end is achieved: instrumentality, means.
The office or function of an agent; also, the relationship between a principal and that person's agent.
An establishment engaged in doing business for another; also, the place of business or the district of such an agency.
A department or other administrative unit of a government; also, the office or headquarters of, or the district administered by such unit of government.
A lack of spiritual understanding or insight; a lack of enlightenment.
A deficit in the ability to perceive.
A patient suffering from an agnosy.
Ignorance, especially that which is common to a group or category of people.
The univalent acyl radical, CH3CH(NH2)CO-, derived from the amino acid alanine.
Scotland north of the River Forth.
A prominent duchy bestowed upon younger sons of the royal family, belonging first to the Scottish peerage and then (after the 1707 Act of Union) to the British. It is currently suspended.
The capital city of the state of New York in the United States of America.
A major river of Ontario in Canada.
A Hudson's Bay Company trading post in Ontario and the community that remains at its site.
A sizable city in Georgia in the United States (76,939 during the 2000 census).
A former district in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
Any of numerous minor American communities and towns:
A home-rule class city in Kentucky
A city in Oregon
A city in Western Australia.
A suburb of Auckland, New Zealand.
A hydrocarbon containing at least one carbon–carbon triple bond.
The dextrin of starch
An amyloid polypeptide
The capital of Chukotka autonomous okrug, extreme north-eastern Russia
Involving the anus.
A pseudonym derived by spelling one's name backwards.
A wen or spongy wart on the legs or flanks of a horse.
A piece of malleable iron that is wrought into the shape of a flat bar, about three feet long, with a square rough unwrought knob on each end.
Dilute or disorganized energy, which cannot be transformed into work.
Deficiency of energy.
Lack of immunity to an antigen.
The right of one belligerant (government) in a conflict to seize, use or destroy the property of another belligerent or neutral state, or the private citizens thereof, provided compensation is paid.
noun Any of three isomeric univalent radicals, o-, m-, or p-methoxyphenyl, CH3O-C6H4-, derived from anisole. adj. bearing one of these radicals.
An anonymous person.
An assumed or false name; a pseudonym.
A mere name; a name resting upon no diagnosis or other recognized basis.
In any way or manner whatever.
In any case. Used to indicate that a statement explains or supports a previous statement.
Any person; anybody.
In any way.
definition. See anyhow.
To stun, paralyse, astound.
Of, like, or characteristic of an aunt.
In the manner of an aunt.
Resembling bacon, especially in flavor
The domain of a baron or baroness, usually as part of a larger kingdom or empire.
of, an English administrative division originally reckoned as comprising 100 hides and in various numbers composing counties.
Any large manor or estate, regardless of its owner's rank.
The baronage: the body of barons in a realm.
Baronship, the rank or position of a baron.
The legal tenure of a baron's land; military tenure.
Action of the verb to bay; howling.
An instance of baying; a howl.
One of the earliest European settlers of the eventual colony of British Honduras, modern-day Belize.
A sickbay nurse.
The univalent radical C6H5-CH2- related to toluene and benzoic acid
A mountain range in northeast Wales.
Any plant of the genus Stachys.
an herb used in traditional European medicine.
Any plant of the genus Pedicularis (louseworts).
Further away than.
On the far side of.
Later than; after.
Greater than; so as to exceed or surpass.
In addition to.
Past, or out of reach of.
Farther along or away.
In addition; more.
extremely, more than
Something that is far beyond.
Being in a state of one of two mutually exclusive conditions such as on or off, true or false, molten or frozen, presence or absence of a signal.
Concerning logic whose subject matter concerns binary states.
Concerning numbers and calculations using the binary number system.
Having two equally important parts; related to something with two parts.
Of an operation, function, procedure or logic gate, taking exactly two operands, arguments, parameters or inputs; having domain of dimension 2.
Of data, consisting coded values (e.g. machine code) not interpretable as plain or ASCII text (e.g. source code).
The bijective base-2 numeral system, which uses only the digits 0 and 1.
An executable computer file.
A star system consisting of only two stars.
A true blenny, any of various marine fishes from the suborder Blennioidei that are generally small and elongated which dwell on the sea floor, including scaled and scaleless forms and dramatically divergent appearance, in several families.
A number of unrelated fish of similar appearance.
(of eyes, people) blinking repeatedly, prone to blink.
(of lights, shining objects) flickery, prone to flicker
(of milk) Turned somewhat sour.
in digital photography, a flashing pixel.
To convert into, or make, good.
The scientific study of plants, a branch of biology. Typically those disciplines that involve the whole plant.
The plant life of a geographical area.
The properties and life phenomena exhibited by a plant, plant type, or plant group.
A botanical treatise or study, especially of a particular system of botany or that of a particular place.
Lively, exuberant, energetic.
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.
Very intellectually capable.
Characterized by brawn; muscular, thewy; strong.
A stone thrown as a missile.1978, Sidney John Baker, The Australian Language, page 285 — One of the cheapest of all juvenile games is stone-throwing. Depending on local preferences, a stone is a goalie, quailer, gibber, yonnie, ronnie, brick, brinny, cundy or boondie.
Approximately bronze colored.
Somewhat brown; having a brownish tinge.
derived from Brian.
name transferred from the surname.
name transferred from the surname.
Having, or growing in bunches.
An English surname; a nickname for someone with a hump or lump.
John Bunyan, English preacher and writer.
A mythical Australian monster, said to inhabit swamps and lagoons.