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aguishly

aguishly

adv

  1. (now rare) In an aguish manner; as though suffering from ague.

ashbaugh

baghouse

baghouse

noun

  1. A fabric filter; an air pollution control device that removes particulates out of air or gas released from commercial processes or combustion for electricity generation.

bearhugs

bearhugs

noun

  1. plural of bearhug

besought

besought

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of beseech
  2. simple past tense and past participle of beseek

blushing

blushing

adj

  1. Showing blushes; rosy red.

noun

  1. The act of one who blushes; a blush.

verb

  1. present participle of blush

boroughs

boroughs

noun

  1. plural of borough

broguish

broguish

adj

  1. Pertaining to or marked by a brogue, a thick accent.

brushing

brushing

adj

  1. (dated) brisk; light

noun

  1. (uncountable, Internet) A fraudulent technique in which an online seller sends out fake orders (such as empty boxes) and adds positive reviews about those orders, ostensibly from the recipient.
  2. An instance of brushing.

verb

  1. present participle of brush

bughouse

bughouse

adj

  1. (US, slang) Crazy, insane.

noun

  1. (South Africa, slang) A cheap and dirty cinema.
  2. (US, slang) A flea-infested hotel, lodging-house etc.
  3. (US, slang) A hospital, especially a lunatic asylum.

buphagus

burghers

burghers

noun

  1. plural of burgher

busching

bushgoat

bushings

bushings

noun

  1. plural of bushing

bushongo

choragus

choragus

noun

  1. (historical, Ancient Greece) A chorus leader, especially one who provided at his own expense and under his own supervision one of the choruses for the musical contests at Athens.

choregus

choregus

noun

  1. The leader of a chorus in Ancient Greece
  2. The leader of a group (especially of performers)

chousing

chousing

verb

  1. present participle of chouse

chuggers

chuggers

noun

  1. plural of chugger

claughts

coughers

coughers

noun

  1. plural of cougher

crushing

crushing

adj

  1. Devastatingly disheartening.
  2. That crushes; overwhelming.

noun

  1. (in the plural) Crushed material.
  2. A former method of execution by placing heavy weights on the victim.
  3. The act of subjecting sugarcane to crushing.
  4. The action of the verb to crush.

verb

  1. present participle of crush

curraghs

curraghs

noun

  1. plural of curragh

doghouse

doghouse

noun

  1. (informal) Any shabby or disreputable establishment.
  2. (nautical) A difficult or demoralizing situation.
  3. A structure of small size, similar to a doghouse, but offering useful shelter for a human.
  4. A traffic signal with five sections: two on the bottom, two in the middle, and one on top.
  5. Any small house or structure or enclosure used to house a dog.
  6. Mechanically, an equipment cover with an opening, with a shape resembling a doghouse.

draughts

draughts

noun

  1. (board games, Britain, Australia, uncountable) A board game for two players in which the players each have a set number of pieces (typically 12 or 20, depending on the rule set), known as men, and the object is to capture each of the opponent's pieces by jumping one's own pieces over the opponent's pieces.
  2. A mild vesicatory.
  3. plural of draught

verb

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

droughts

droughts

noun

  1. plural of drought

drugshop

drugshop

noun

  1. drugstore; pharmacy

flashgun

flashgun

noun

  1. (photography) An electrically powered device used to trigger a flashbulb.
  2. (photography) Any similar unit used to generate repeatable flashes of light for photography.

flaughts

flushing

flushing

noun

  1. (UK) A heavy, coarse cloth manufactured from shoddy.
  2. A surface formed of floating threads.
  3. Rushing of blood to the skin's surface, especially on the face, as happens under various physiological circumstances (e.g., in embarrassment or stress or during menopause).
  4. The act by which something is flushed.

verb

  1. present participle of flush

fraughts

fraughts

noun

  1. plural of fraught

verb

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

gallbush

galumphs

galumphs

verb

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

garshuni

gashouse

gashouse

noun

  1. gasworks

gasthaus

gauchest

gauchest

adj

  1. superlative form of gauche: most gauche

ghastful

ghastful

adj

  1. (archaic) Causing fear; terrifying; dreadful; fit to make one aghast; exceedingly dismal.
  2. (archaic) Terrified, frightened.

ghoulish

ghoulish

adj

  1. Fascinated by corpses.
  2. Of or pertaining to corpses and graverobbing.
  3. Of or pertaining to ghouls.

ginhouse

ginhouse

noun

  1. A building where cotton is ginned.

glumpish

glumpish

adj

  1. (dialect, dated) grumpy; sullen; gloomy

glunches

goatbush

gouaches

gouaches

noun

  1. plural of gouache

gracchus

gracchus

Proper noun

  1. definition

grouches

grouches

noun

  1. plural of grouch

verb

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

gruffish

gruffish

adj

  1. Somewhat gruff.

grumpish

grumpish

adj

  1. surly; sullen; gruff; grumpy

grutches

grutches

noun

  1. plural of grutch

verb

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

gumshoed

gumshoed

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of gumshoe

gumshoes

gumshoes

noun

  1. plural of gumshoe

gunhouse

gunhouse

noun

  1. (naval) The rotating part of a gun turret seen above deck.

gunships

gunships

noun

  1. plural of gunship

gunshots

gunshots

noun

  1. plural of gunshot

gunsmith

gunsmith

noun

  1. a person skilled in the repair and servicing of firearms.

gurdfish

guruship

guruship

noun

  1. The status of a guru.

gushiest

gushiest

adj

  1. superlative form of gushy: most gushy

gustoish

guytrash

guytrash

noun

  1. Alternative form of gytrash

habsburg

hagecius

halfungs

hamburgs

hametugs

handguns

handguns

noun

  1. plural of handgun

hangouts

hangouts

noun

  1. plural of hangout

hapsburg

haulages

haulages

noun

  1. plural of haulage

hegumens

hegumens

noun

  1. plural of hegumen

heligmus

highbush

highbush

adj

  1. Being, or coming from, a bush of high stature (used in names of certain fruits, such as highbush blueberry and highbush cranberry).

hindguts

hindguts

noun

  1. plural of hindgut

hocusing

hocusing

verb

  1. present participle of hocus

homburgs

homburgs

noun

  1. plural of homburg

housebug

housings

housings

noun

  1. plural of housing

housling

housling

adj

  1. sacramental

hugeness

hugeness

noun

  1. the quality of being huge; immensity

huntings

huntings

noun

  1. plural of hunting

hurlings

hurlings

noun

  1. plural of hurling

huskings

huskings

noun

  1. plural of husking

hustings

hustings

noun

  1. (by extension) An election campaign.
  2. A platform where candidates in an election give speeches; a husting.
  3. plural of husting

hustling

hustling

noun

  1. Act of one who hustles.

verb

  1. present participle of hustle

huyghens

ispaghul

judgship

jugheads

jugheads

noun

  1. plural of jughead

languish

languish

verb

  1. (intransitive) To be neglected; to make little progress, be unsuccessful.
  2. (intransitive) To live in miserable or disheartening conditions.
  3. (intransitive) To lose strength and become weak; to be in a state of weakness or sickness.
  4. (intransitive) To pine away in longing for something; to have low spirits, especially from lovesickness.
  5. (intransitive, now rare) To affect a languid air, especially disingenuously.
  6. (transitive, obsolete) To make weak; to weaken, devastate.

laughers

laughers

noun

  1. plural of laugher

lochagus

lungfish

lungfish

noun

  1. air-breathing fish, of the class Dipnoi, that have four limblike appendages instead of fins

lushburg

mahuangs

meshugah

meshugga

meshugge

meshugge

adj

  1. crazy, mad, senseless, insane

mughouse

mughouse

noun

  1. (obsolete) An alehouse; a pothouse.

nilghaus

nilghaus

noun

  1. plural of nilghau

nuraghes

nylghaus

nylghaus

noun

  1. plural of nylghau

outsight

outsight

noun

  1. (Scotland) Movable goods kept out of doors, such as animals, ploughs, carts, and other implements of husbandry.
  2. Expectation; prospect.
  3. Sight for that which is on the outside; the ability or capacity to perceive or anticipate external things; view; outlook; perspective; power of observation.

pishogue

pishogue

noun

  1. Magic, witchcraft; a spell, especially one designed to cause or cure illnesses to man or beast, or to increase or decrease the quantities of farm products such as butter or milk.

quahaugs

quahaugs

noun

  1. plural of quahaug

quashing

quashing

noun

  1. The action of quashing something.

verb

  1. present participle of quash

raghouse

raghouse

noun

  1. (historical) Part of a paper mill in which the rags are prepared.

resought

resought

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of reseek

roughens

roughens

verb

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

roughers

roughers

noun

  1. plural of rougher

roughest

roughest

adj

  1. superlative form of rough: most rough

roughish

roughish

adj

  1. Somewhat rough.

ruchings

ruchings

noun

  1. plural of ruching

rushings

rushings

noun

  1. plural of rushing

sagebush

saguache

saguache

Proper noun

  1. a statutory town in Colorado, USA

shagbush

shantung

shantung

noun

  1. A fabric of some other material having the same characteristics.
  2. A heavy fabric, with a rough surface, made from wild silk.

sharnbug

shauling

shogunal

shogunal

adj

  1. Of or pertaining to a shogun.
  2. Resembling a shogun.

shotguns

shotguns

noun

  1. plural of shotgun

verb

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

shouting

shouting

noun

  1. The action of the verb to shout.

verb

  1. present participle of shout

shrugged

shrugged

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of shrug

shucking

shucking

noun

  1. An event at which something is shucked.

verb

  1. present participle of shuck

shunning

shunning

noun

  1. The act by which something is shunned; avoidance.

verb

  1. present participle of shun

shunting

shunting

noun

  1. (UK, finance) Arbitrage conducted between certain local markets without the necessity of the exchange involved in foreign arbitrage.
  2. The connection of an electrical component in parallel with another, the current being divided between them.
  3. The manipulation of railway rolling stock into different combinations or onto different tracks.

verb

  1. present participle of shunt

shushing

shushing

noun

  1. The act of making a shush sound to silence somebody.

verb

  1. present participle of shush

shutting

shutting

noun

  1. The act by which something is shut.

verb

  1. present participle of shut

sightful

sightful

adj

  1. (obsolete) Easily or clearly seen; distinctly visible; perspicuous
  2. Having full sight; clear-sighted; perspicacious and discerning; observant

sloughed

sloughed

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of slough

sluggish

sluggish

adj

  1. Characteristic of a sluggard; dull; stupid; tame; simple.
  2. Exhibiting economic decline, inactivity, slow or subnormal growth.
  3. Habitually idle and lazy; slothful; dull; inactive
  4. Having no power to move oneself or itself; inert.
  5. Slow; having little motion.

slughorn

slughorn

noun

  1. (nonstandard, rare) A wind instrument.
  2. Obsolete spelling of slogan (“a battle cry among the ancient Irish or highlanders of Scotland”)

slushing

slushing

verb

  1. present participle of slush

smuggish

smuggish

adj

  1. Somewhat smug.

snagbush

snuggish

snuggish

adj

  1. Somewhat snug

sorghums

sorghums

noun

  1. plural of sorghum

souchong

souchong

noun

  1. Any of several varieties of aromatic black tea from China.

soughing

soughing

noun

  1. A rushing, rustling sound.

verb

  1. present participle of sough

souhegan

southing

southing

noun

  1. (astronomy) The time when the moon souths.
  2. (nautical) A distance traveled southward.

verb

  1. present participle of south

sphagnum

sphagnum

noun

  1. Any of various widely distributed mosses, of genus Sphagnum, which slowly decompose to form peat.

sphygmus

stagbush

staghunt

straughn

straught

straught

adj

  1. (Scotland) straight
  2. (obsolete) Insane, mad, distraught.

verb

  1. (dialectal, chiefly Scotland) To stretch; make straight.
  2. (obsolete) Alternative form of stretched

subgraph

subgraph

noun

  1. (graph theory) A graph or network that makes up part of a larger graph or network.

sugihara

suiogoth

sunlight

sunlight

noun

  1. (figuratively) Brightness, hope; a positive outlook.
  2. All the electromagnetic radiation given off by the Sun, especially that in the visible spectrum that bathes the Earth.
  3. Synonym of sunrise.

verb

  1. To work on the side (at a secondary job) during the daytime.

thoughts

thoughts

noun

  1. plural of thought

thuggees

thuggees

noun

  1. plural of thuggee

thuggess

thuggish

thuggish

adj

  1. (derogatory) Characterized by thuggery; behaving in a violent or intimidating way; appearing to be violent or intimidating.
  2. (obsolete) Resembling or characteristic of the assassins known as thugs or Thuggees (often capitalized in this sense).