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acheirus

achilous

achilous

adj

  1. (botany, anatomy) without a lip.

aguishly

aguishly

adv

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

airbrush

airbrush

noun

  1. A miniature, handheld paint sprayer, powered by compressed air or other gas, used for delicate, artistic painting, or sometimes retouching of photographs.

verb

  1. To paint using an airbrush.
  2. To touch up or enhance a photograph or person, often with intent to mislead.

anchusin

anchusin

noun

  1. (organic chemistry) A resinoid colouring matter obtained from alkanet root.

antiphus

aphesius

aphidius

aphodius

ashippun

auntship

auntship

noun

  1. The status of being an aunt.

azimuths

azimuths

noun

  1. plural of azimuth

bacchius

bacchius

noun

  1. (prosody) A metrical foot composed of a short syllable and two long ones; according to some, two long and a short.

baluchis

balushai

balushai

noun

  1. Alternative form of balushahi

beauship

beauship

noun

  1. (dated, humorous) The state of being a beau; the personality of a beau.

behistun

bismuths

bismuths

noun

  1. plural of bismuth

bluefish

bluefish

noun

  1. (Bermuda) The puddingwife wrasse (Halichoeres radiatus).
  2. (Canada) An Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus).
  3. (Malaysia) Kyphosus vaigiensis.
  4. (UK) A sablefish (Anoplopoma fimbria).
  5. A New Zealand bluefish (Girella cyanea).
  6. A voracious fish (Pomatomus saltatrix) found in waters of the Atlantic and Indian Ocean.

bluntish

bluntish

adj

  1. Somewhat blunt.
  2. They spent hours laboriously chopping wood with bluntish axes.

blushing

blushing

adj

  1. Showing blushes; rosy red.

noun

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

verb

  1. present participle of blush

boethius

broguish

broguish

adj

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

brushier

brushier

adj

  1. comparative form of brushy: more brushy

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

brushite

brushite

noun

  1. (mineralogy) A mineral formed by the interaction of guano with calcite and clay at a low pH, believed to be a precursor of apatite.

bubblish

bubblish

adj

  1. (economics) Resembling or characteristic of an economic bubble.
  2. Filled with bubbles.
  3. Resembling or characteristic of bubbles.

buddhism

buddhist

bullshit

bullshit

adj

  1. (vulgar, slang) absurd, irrational, or nonsensical (Most often said of speech, information, or content.)

intj

  1. (vulgar, slang) An expression of disbelief at what one has just heard.

noun

  1. (card games, possibly vulgar) A card game in which players try to discard their hands first, following rules that encourage bluffing, calling others' bluffs, and penalizing others by tricking them into inaccurate accusations.
  2. (philosophy) Statements made without regard for their truth value.
  3. (rhetoric) Statements that are intentionally misleading, whether true or not.
  4. (vulgar, literally) Feces produced by a bull.
  5. (vulgar, slang) Statements that are transparently or offensively false.
  6. (vulgar, slang) Synonym of shit (in its sense of any stuff, especially when viewed negatively or with collegial vulgarity).
  7. (vulgar, slang, usual sense) Statements that are false or exaggerated to impress or cheat the listener.

verb

  1. (intransitive, vulgar, slang) To come up with on the spot; to improvise.
  2. (intransitive, vulgar, slang) To have casual conversation with no real point; to shoot the breeze.
  3. (transitive, intransitive, vulgar, slang) To tell lies, exaggerate; to mislead; to deceive.

burhinus

burrfish

burrfish

noun

  1. Chilomycterus schoepfi, a fish of the family Diodontidae distinguished from the porcupinefish by the shorter and blunter spines covering the somewhat spherical body.

busching

bushfire

bushfire

noun

  1. (Australia) An uncontrolled fire in a wooded or grassy area; a wildfire.

bushidos

bushiest

bushiest

adj

  1. superlative form of bush: most bush

bushings

bushings

noun

  1. plural of bushing

bushkill

bushlike

bushlike

adj

  1. Resembling a bush; bushly.

bushtits

bushtits

noun

  1. plural of bushtit

bushwife

charquis

charquis

noun

  1. plural of charqui

cherusci

cherusci

Noun

  1. A Germanic tribe.

chiasmus

chiasmus

noun

  1. (rhetoric) An inversion of the relationship between the elements of phrases.

chiauses

chiauses

noun

  1. plural of chiaus

chibouks

chibouks

noun

  1. plural of chibouk

chillums

chillums

noun

  1. plural of chillum

chiquest

chirrups

chirrups

noun

  1. plural of chirrup

chnuphis

choiseul

choiseul

Proper noun

  1. A commune in France
  2. A town and quarter in Saint Lucia
  3. An island and a province in Solomon Islands

chousing

chousing

verb

  1. present participle of chouse

chuckies

chuckies

noun

  1. (Scotland) The game of jacks or jackstones; chucks.
  2. plural of chuckie
  3. plural of chucky

chukchis

chummies

chummies

noun

  1. plural of chummy

chumpish

chumpish

adj

  1. Like a chump; foolish and incompetent.

chumship

chumship

noun

  1. (social sciences) preadolescent friendship between two people of the same sex
  2. (uncountable) The condition of being chums; friendship.

churlish

churlish

adj

  1. (of soil) Difficult to till, lacking pliancy; unmanageable.
  2. Of or pertaining to a serf, peasant, or rustic.
  3. Rude, surly, ungracious.
  4. Stingy or grudging.

chutists

chutists

noun

  1. plural of chutist

chuvashi

cirrhous

cirrhous

adj

  1. Alternative form of cirrhose

cliquish

cliquish

adj

  1. Of or pertaining to a clique.
  2. Tending to associate with a small and exclusive group.

clubbish

clubbish

adj

  1. (obsolete) Disposed to club together.
  2. (obsolete) rude; clownish
  3. Somewhat resembling a club.

clumpish

clumpish

adj

  1. Heavy and awkward; clumpy.
  2. Tending to form clumps.

copihues

copihues

noun

  1. plural of copihue

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

cushiest

cushiest

adj

  1. superlative form of cushy: most cushy

cushions

cushions

noun

  1. plural of cushion

verb

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

cushiony

cushiony

adj

  1. Like a cushion; soft and yielding.

cushitic

cushitic

Adjective

  1. Pertaining to the Cushites.

Proper noun

  1. A sub-family of the Afro-Asiatic family of languages.

cynthius

dauphins

dauphins

noun

  1. plural of dauphin

dhurries

dhurries

noun

  1. plural of dhurrie

dianthus

dianthus

noun

  1. Any plant, such as carnations and pinks, of the genus Dianthus.

dishaunt

dishaunt

verb

  1. (transitive) To leave or depart from; to cease to haunt.

dishfuls

dishfuls

noun

  1. plural of dishful

dishouse

dishouse

verb

  1. (transitive) To deprive of house or home.

dishumor

dishumor

noun

  1. Alternative form of dishumour

disvouch

disvouch

verb

  1. (obsolete, transitive) To discredit or contradict.

dochmius

dochmius

noun

  1. (poetry) A metrical foot of five syllables used in Greek tragedy for highly anguished scenes. The metrical pattern is typically: short-long-long-short-long.

drumfish

drumfish

noun

  1. Any fish of the family Sciaenidae; they make a loud noise by means of an air bladder.

dudishly

dudishly

adv

  1. In a dudish manner.

dukeship

dukeship

noun

  1. The quality or condition of being a duke.

dumbfish

dunseith

durtschi

echiurus

eohippus

eohippus

noun

  1. An extinct early Eocene mammal, Hyracotherium leporinum, ancestral to the modern horse.

eucharis

eucharis

noun

  1. A type of plant of the genus Eucharis, found in Central and South America and with white flowers.

euphuism

euphuism

noun

  1. (uncountable) An ornate style of writing (in Elizabethan England) marked by the excessive use of alliteration, antithesis and mythological similes.
  2. An instance of euphuism.

euphuist

euphuist

noun

  1. One who affects excessive refinement and elegance of language; applied especially to a class of writers, in the age of Elizabeth I, whose productions are marked by affected conceits and high-flown diction.

eusuchia

fashious

flourish

flourish

noun

  1. (architecture) A decorative embellishment on a building.
  2. (music) A ceremonious passage such as a fanfare.
  3. A dramatic gesture such as the waving of a flag.
  4. An ornamentation.

verb

  1. (intransitive) To be in a period of greatest influence.
  2. (intransitive) To execute an irregular or fanciful strain of music, by way of ornament or prelude.
  3. (intransitive) To make bold and sweeping, fanciful, or wanton movements, by way of ornament, parade, bravado, etc.; to play with fantastic and irregular motion.
  4. (intransitive) To make ornamental strokes with the pen; to write graceful, decorative figures.
  5. (intransitive) To prosper or fare well.
  6. (intransitive) To thrive or grow well.
  7. (intransitive) To use florid language; to indulge in rhetorical figures and lofty expressions.
  8. (intransitive, obsolete) To boast; to vaunt; to brag.
  9. (transitive) To adorn with beautiful figures or rhetoric; to ornament with anything showy; to embellish.
  10. (transitive) To develop; to make thrive; to expand.
  11. (transitive) To make bold, sweeping movements with.

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

frubbish

frumpish

frumpish

adj

  1. Poorly dressed; wearing drab, lifeless, ill-fitting clothing, or being clothing of this kind.

fuchsian

fuchsian

Adjective

  1. Of or relating to (1833–1902), German mathematician

fuchsias

fuchsias

noun

  1. plural of fuchsia

fuchsine

fuchsine

noun

  1. A dye (rosaniline hydrochloride, C₂₀H₁₉N₃·HCl) usually a deep red or magenta colour.

fuchsins

fuchsins

noun

  1. plural of fuchsin

fuchsite

fuchsite

noun

  1. (mineralogy) A green variety of muscovite

fumishly

garshuni

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

gruffish

gruffish

adj

  1. Somewhat gruff.

grumpish

grumpish

adj

  1. surly; sullen; gruff; grumpy

gunships

gunships

noun

  1. plural of gunship

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

habitues

habitues

noun

  1. plural of habitue

hafniums

hagecius

hahniums

haircuts

haircuts

noun

  1. plural of haircut

halibuts

halibuts

noun

  1. plural of halibut

halimous

halinous

hauliers

hauliers

noun

  1. plural of haulier

hautbois

hautbois

noun

  1. Any of a family of organ stops that contain reeds.
  2. Any of the (now obsolete) predecessors of the oboe or cor anglais.

haviours

heiltsuk

heligmus

helvtius

hemionus

hemionus

noun

  1. Obsolete form of hemione.

hepialus

herceius

herculis

hesiodus

hevelius

hiatuses

hiatuses

noun

  1. plural of hiatus

hibiscus

hibiscus

noun

  1. A cocktail made with champagne and cranberry juice.
  2. A flowering plant of the genus Hibiscus, especially Hibiscus syriacus, found in tropical to temperate regions, of some species used for making infusions/tea.

hideouts

hideouts

noun

  1. plural of hideout

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).

hilarius

hindguts

hindguts

noun

  1. plural of hindgut

hinduism

hippalus

hippuris

hirasuna

hirudins

hirudins

noun

  1. plural of hirudin

hocusing

hocusing

verb

  1. present participle of hocus

holibuts

holibuts

noun

  1. plural of holibut

holmiums

holmiums

noun

  1. plural of holmium

honorius

honorius

Proper noun

  1. name, notably borne by a Roman emperor and several popes

horatius

houndish

houndish

adj

  1. Like, pertaining to, or characteristic of a hound; doggish; canine.

housesit

housesit

verb

  1. alternative spelling of house-sit

housings

housings

noun

  1. plural of housing

housling

housling

adj

  1. sacramental

hubrises

hubrises

noun

  1. plural of hubris