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absquatulation

absquatulation

noun

  1. The act of absquatulating; hasty departure.

acquisition

acquisition

noun

  1. (computing) The process of sampling signals that measure real world physical conditions and converting these signals into digital numeric values that can be manipulated by a computer.
  2. The act or process of acquiring.
  3. The thing acquired or gained; a gain.

acquisitional

acquisitional

adj

  1. Of or relating to acquisition.

acquisitions

acquisitions

noun

  1. plural of acquisition

acquisitor

acquisitor

noun

  1. one who acquires

acquisitors

acquisitors

noun

  1. plural of acquisitor

aequorins

aequorins

noun

  1. plural of aequorin

algonquians

algonquins

aliquots

aliquots

noun

  1. plural of aliquot

alloquialism

antimosquito

antimosquito

adj

  1. Countering mosquitos.

antiquations

antiquations

noun

  1. plural of antiquation

aquafortis

aquafortis

noun

  1. Alternative form of aqua fortis

aquafortist

aquafortist

noun

  1. One who prepares etchings or engravings using aqua fortis. [from 19th c.]

aquasco

aquascope

aquascope

noun

  1. A device used to view beneath the surface of water

aquashicola

aquashow

aquashow

noun

  1. A spectacle consisting of underwater dance and gymnastics.

aquatones

aquatones

noun

  1. plural of aquatone

aqueoigneous

aqueoigneous

adj

  1. (archaic) Synonym of igneoaqueous

aqueous

aqueous

adj

  1. (chemistry) Consisting mostly of water.

aqueously

aqueously

adv

  1. In an aqueous manner.

aqueousness

aqueousness

noun

  1. The state or quality of being aqueous.

aquicolous

aquicolous

adj

  1. (biology) Living in water.

aquiferous

aquiferous

adj

  1. (geology) Of or pertaining to an aquifer
  2. Carrying water

aquifoliaceous

aquifoliaceous

adj

  1. (botany) Belonging to the Aquifoliaceae.

aquintocubitalism

aquiparous

aquiparous

adj

  1. (medicine) Secreting water; applied to certain glands.

aquocapsulitis

aquocellolitis

aquose

aquose

adj

  1. (obsolete) watery; aqueous

aquosity

aquosity

noun

  1. (rare) The condition of being watery; wateriness

arboresque

armouchiquois

baroqueness

baroqueness

noun

  1. The state or condition of being baroque.

baroques

baroques

noun

  1. plural of baroque

barquisimeto

beliquors

biloquist

biloquist

noun

  1. (rare) A person having the ability to speak in two different voices, especially as a ventriloquist.

bisiliquous

blandiloquious

blandiloquous

blandiloquous

adj

  1. (obsolete) blandiloquent

blanquillos

blanquillos

noun

  1. plural of blanquillo

blomquist

blottesque

blottesque

adj

  1. (art) Characterized by blots or heavy touches; coarsely depicted; lacking delineation.

noun

  1. (art) An artwork characterized by blots or heavy touches.

blottesquely

bonnesbosq

borasque

borasqueborate

bosanquet

bosque

bosque

noun

  1. (Southwestern US) A gallery forest found growing along a river bank or on the flood plain of a watercourse.
  2. Rare spelling of bosk.

bosques

bosques

noun

  1. plural of bosque (rare, 19th-century spelling of bosk)
  2. plural of bosque (riverside woodland)

bosquet

bosquet

noun

  1. Alternative spelling of bosket

bosquets

bosquets

noun

  1. plural of bosquet

boudoiresque

bouquets

bouquets

noun

  1. plural of bouquet

bouquiniste

bourasque

bourasque

noun

  1. (archaic) A tempest.

bourbonesque

bourrasque

boutiques

boutiques

noun

  1. plural of boutique

brontesque

broomsquire

browningesque

buffoonesque

byronesque

byronesque

Adjective

  1. Reminiscent of the works of George Gordon Byron, typified by gloomy Romantic themes and passionate, arrogant and self-destructive heroes.

caquetoires

chloroquines

chloroquines

noun

  1. plural of chloroquine

chylaqueous

chylaqueous

adj

  1. (zoology) Consisting of chyle diluted with water; said of a liquid that forms the circulating fluid of some inferior animals.

chymaqueous

cinquecentos

cinquefoils

cinquefoils

noun

  1. plural of cinquefoil

cloques

cloques

noun

  1. plural of cloque

coequalities

coequalities

noun

  1. plural of coequality

coequalness

coequalness

noun

  1. The state or quality of being coequal.

coequals

coequals

noun

  1. plural of coequal

coequates

coequates

verb

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

colliquativeness

colloquialism

colloquialism

noun

  1. A colloquial word or phrase; a common spoken expression.
  2. Colloquial style of speaking.

colloquialisms

colloquialisms

noun

  1. plural of colloquialism

colloquialist

colloquialist

noun

  1. A good conversationalist.
  2. A person who uses colloquial words or phrases.

colloquialness

colloquialness

noun

  1. The state or quality of being colloquial.

colloquials

colloquials

noun

  1. plural of colloquial

colloquies

colloquies

noun

  1. plural of colloquy

verb

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

colloquiquiums

colloquist

colloquist

noun

  1. One who takes part in a colloquy

colloquists

colloquists

noun

  1. plural of colloquist

colloquiums

colloquiums

noun

  1. plural of colloquium

coloquies

communiques

communiques

noun

  1. Misspelling of communiqués.

conquassate

conquassate

verb

  1. (obsolete, transitive, rare) To shake; to agitate.

conquerableness

conquerableness

noun

  1. The quality of being conquerable.

conquerers

conquerers

noun

  1. plural of conquerer

conqueress

conqueress

noun

  1. A female conqueror.

conquerors

conquerors

noun

  1. plural of conqueror

conquers

conquers

verb

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

conquest

conquest

noun

  1. (colloquial, figurative) A person whose romantic affections one has gained, or with whom one has had sex, or the act of gaining another's romantic affections.
  2. (figuratively, by extension) An act or instance of overcoming an obstacle.
  3. (obsolete, feudal law) The acquiring of property by other means than by inheritance; acquisition.
  4. (video games) A competitive mode found in first-person shooter games in which competing teams (usually two) attempt to take over predetermined spawn points labeled by flags.
  5. That which is conquered; possession gained by force, physical or moral.
  6. Victory gained through combat; the subjugation of an enemy.

verb

  1. (archaic) To conquer.
  2. (marketing) To compete with an established competitor by placing advertisements for one's own products adjacent to editorial content relating to the competitor or by using terms and keywords for one's own products that are currently associated with the competitor.

conquests

conquests

noun

  1. plural of conquest

verb

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

conquians

conquisition

conquistador

conquistador

noun

  1. A conqueror, but especially one of the Spanish soldiers that invaded Central and South America otherwise known as the doorways to the new world, in the 16th century and defeated the Incas and Aztecs.

conquistadores

conquistadores

noun

  1. plural of conquistador

conquistadors

consequence

consequence

noun

  1. (especially when preceded by "of") Importance, value, or influence.
  2. A proposition collected from the agreement of other previous propositions; any conclusion which results from reason or argument; inference.
  3. A result of actions, especially if such a result is unwanted or unpleasant.
  4. Chain of causes and effects; consecution.
  5. Importance with respect to what comes after.
  6. That which follows something on which it depends; that which is produced by a cause.
  7. The power to influence or produce an effect.

verb

  1. (transitive) To threaten or punish (a child, etc.) with specific consequences for misbehaviour.

consequences

consequences

noun

  1. An old-fashioned parlour game describing the meeting of a lady and gentleman and the ensuing events, each player in turn writing a part of the story, not knowing what the others have written.
  2. plural of consequence

consequency

consequent

consequent

adj

  1. (geology) Of a stream, having a course determined by the slope it formed on.
  2. Following as a result, inference, or natural effect.
  3. Of or pertaining to consequences.

noun

  1. (geology) A consequent stream.
  2. (logic) The second half of a hypothetical proposition; Q, if the form of the proposition is "If P, then Q."
  3. (mathematics) The second term of a ratio, i.e. the term b in the ratio a:b, the other being the antecedent.
  4. An event which follows another.

consequential

consequential

adj

  1. (of a person) Self-important.
  2. Following as a result.
  3. Having significant consequences; of importance.
  4. Important or significant.

consequentialities

consequentialities

noun

  1. plural of consequentiality

consequentiality

consequentiality

noun

  1. The property of being consequential.

consequentially

consequentially

adv

  1. In a consequential manner; with consequence or significance.

consequentialness

consequentialness

noun

  1. the quality or state of being consequential

consequently

consequently

adv

  1. (conjunctive) As a result or consequence of something; subsequently.
  2. (sequence, obsolete) subsequently, following after in time or sequence.

consequents

consequents

noun

  1. plural of consequent

coquetries

coquetries

noun

  1. plural of coquetry

coquets

coquets

noun

  1. plural of coquet

verb

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

coquettes

coquettes

noun

  1. plural of coquette

coquettish

coquettish

adj

  1. Characteristic of a coquet.
  2. Of or relating to a young, flirtatious girl.

coquettishly

coquettishly

adv

  1. In a coquettish manner, flirtatiously.

coquettishness

coquettishness

noun

  1. The state or quality of being coquettish.

coquilles

coquilles

noun

  1. plural of coquille

coquinas

coquinas

noun

  1. plural of coquina

coquitos

coquitos

noun

  1. plural of coquito

corequisite

corequisite

noun

  1. (education) A course that must be or can be taken concurrently with a given course.

corequisites

corequisites

noun

  1. plural of corequisite

corinthianesque

corseque

corseque

noun

  1. A pole weapon with a spike and two lateral blades on a shaft.

corsesque

cosaque

cosaque

noun

  1. (dated) A cracker bonbon.

cotqueans

cotqueans

noun

  1. plural of cotquean

counterconquest

counterconquest

noun

  1. A conquest made in opposition to another, as by a previously conquered entity.

counterquestion

counterquestion

noun

  1. A question that serves as a reply to, or distraction from, another.

counterquestions

counterquestions

noun

  1. plural of counterquestion

cowanesque

croquets

croquets

verb

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

croquettes

croquettes

noun

  1. plural of croquette

croquignoles

croquis

croquis

noun

  1. (art) A quick and sketchy drawing, often of a live model. Croquis drawings are usually made in a few minutes, after which the model changes pose and another croquis is drawn.

dantonesque

dentiloquist

dentiloquist

noun

  1. (rare) Someone who speaks through clenched teeth.

derequisition

derequisition

verb

  1. (transitive) To return or release (something previously requisitioned).

desquamation

desquamation

noun

  1. (medicine) The shedding of the outer layers of the skin.

desquamations

desquamations

noun

  1. plural of desquamation

desquamatory

desquamatory

adj

  1. (surgery) Relating to the removal of the laminae of exfoliated bones.

discotheque

discotheque

noun

  1. (slightly dated) A nightclub where dancing takes place.

discotheques

discotheques

noun

  1. plural of discotheque

discothque

disequalization

disequalization

noun

  1. The process of becoming unequal; the act of disequalizing.

disequilibration

disequilibration

noun

  1. The act of bringing about a state of disequilibrium

disqualification

disqualification

noun

  1. (basketball): The act of being forbidden from further play in a basketball game due to the accumulation of too many personal fouls.
  2. That which disqualifies; that which causes someone to be unfit for a certain purpose or role
  3. The act of disqualifying, or the state of being disqualified

disqualifications

disqualifications

noun

  1. plural of disqualification

disquiparation

disquisition

disquisition

noun

  1. A lengthy, formal discourse that analyses or explains some topic; (loosely) a dissertation or treatise.
  2. A methodical inquiry or investigation.

disquisitional

disquisitional

adj

  1. Pertaining to disquisition; of the nature of disquisition.

disquisitionary

disquisitionary

adj

  1. Pertaining to disquisition; disquisitional.