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acquaintant

acquaintant

noun

  1. (rare) An acquaintance.

acquainting

acquainting

verb

  1. present participle of acquaint

acquiescent

acquiescent

adj

  1. resting satisfied or submissive; disposed tacitly to submit
  2. willing to acquiesce, accept or agree to something without objection, protest or resistance

acquirement

acquirement

noun

  1. (now rare, chiefly in the plural) Something that has been acquired; an attainment or accomplishment.
  2. The act or fact of acquiring something; acquisition.

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.

acquisitive

acquisitive

adj

  1. (obsolete) Acquired.
  2. Able or disposed to make acquisitions; acquiring.
  3. Dispositioned toward acquiring and retaining information.

acquisitors

acquisitors

noun

  1. plural of acquisitor

acquittance

acquittance

noun

  1. (now historical) A writing which is evidence of a discharge; a receipt in full, which bars a further demand.
  2. (now historical) The release from a debt, or from some obligation or duty; exemption.
  3. (now rare) Payment of debt; settlement.
  4. (now rare) The acquittal of one's duties; the carrying out of fulfilment of a job or role.
  5. (obsolete) The dismissal of a legal charge against someone; acquittal.

verb

  1. (transitive, obsolete) To acquit.

altiloquent

altiloquent

adj

  1. Pompous, or pretentious in speech

antiaquatic

antiaquatic

adj

  1. (rare) Having a dislike of water.

antimasquer

antimasquer

noun

  1. One who takes part in an antimasque.

antiquarian

antiquarian

adj

  1. Pertaining to antiquaries, or to antiquity.

noun

  1. A collector or student of, or expert in, antiquities or antiques.

antiquaries

antiquaries

noun

  1. plural of antiquary

antiquarism

antiquarism

noun

  1. Synonym of antiquarianism

antiquarium

antiquarium

noun

  1. A place for keeping antiques.

antiquartan

antiquating

antiquating

verb

  1. present participle of antiquate

antiquation

antiquation

noun

  1. (countable) Something that is antique or obsolete.
  2. (uncountable) The process of becoming antique or obsolete.

antiqueness

antiqueness

noun

  1. The state or quality of being antique.

antiquities

antiquities

noun

  1. plural of antiquity

aquaculture

aquaculture

noun

  1. The cultivation of aquatic produce such as aquatic plants, fish, and other aquatic animals.

aquafortist

aquafortist

noun

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

aquarellist

aquarellist

noun

  1. (art) An artist who paints aquarelles

aquatically

aquatically

adv

  1. In an aquatic style or manner.

aquatinters

aquatinters

noun

  1. plural of aquatinter

aquatinting

aquatinting

verb

  1. present participle of aquatint

aquatintist

aquatintist

noun

  1. An artist who makes aquatints.

aquiculture

aquiculture

noun

  1. Alternative form of aquaculture

banquetings

banquetings

noun

  1. plural of banqueting

barquantine

barquentine

barquentine

noun

  1. (nautical) A sailing vessel similar to a barque, but fore-and-aft (schooner) rigged on the mainmast

bequeathals

bequeathals

noun

  1. plural of bequeathal

bequeathing

bequeathing

verb

  1. present participle of bequeath

bibliothque

biquadratic

biquadratic

adj

  1. (mathematics) Of a polynomial expression, involving only the zeroth, second, and fourth powers of a variable, as x⁴ + 3x² + 2. Sometimes extended to any expression involving the biquadrate or fourth power (but no higher powers), as x⁴ − 4x³ + 3x² − x + 1.

noun

  1. (mathematics) A biquadratic equation.

biquarterly

biquarterly

adj

  1. Twice every quarter, i.e. eight times per year.

blanquettes

blanquettes

noun

  1. plural of blanquette

bontequagga

bouquetiere

bouquiniste

briquetting

briquetting

verb

  1. present participle of briquet
  2. present participle of briquette

cacqueteuse

cacqueteuse

noun

  1. (obsolete) An antique French armchair with a narrow back and splayed arms.

caqueteuses

caquetoires

catafalques

catafalques

noun

  1. plural of catafalque

chautauquan

chautauquas

chautauquas

noun

  1. plural of chautauqua

chontaquiro

cinquecento

cinquecento

adj

  1. (art) Sixteenth-century (1500s).

noun

  1. (art) The sixteenth century (1500s).

coinquinate

colloquists

colloquists

noun

  1. plural of colloquist

coloquintid

coloquintid

noun

  1. (obsolete) colocynth

conquassate

conquassate

verb

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

conquerment

conquerment

noun

  1. The state of being conquered.

consequents

consequents

noun

  1. plural of consequent

corequisite

corequisite

noun

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

counterquip

counterquip

noun

  1. A quip made in response to another quip.

dantonesque

delinquents

delinquents

noun

  1. plural of delinquent

desquamated

desquamated

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of desquamate

desquamates

desquamates

verb

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

disacquaint

disacquaint

verb

  1. (obsolete, transitive) To render unacquainted; to make unfamiliar.

discotheque

discotheque

noun

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

disequality

disequality

noun

  1. (mathematics) inequality, inequation

disfrequent

disquantity

disquantity

verb

  1. (obsolete) to diminish, lessen

disquieting

disquieting

adj

  1. Causing mental trouble or anguish; upsetting; making uneasy.

noun

  1. The act by which someone or something is disquieted.

verb

  1. present participle of disquiet.

disquietude

disquietude

noun

  1. (countable) A fear or an instance of uneasiness.
  2. (uncountable) A state of disquiet, uneasiness, or anxiety.

disquisited

disquisitor

disquisitor

noun

  1. A person who makes a disquisition; an inquirer or investigator.

earthquaked

earthquaked

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of earthquake

earthquaken

earthquakes

earthquakes

noun

  1. plural of earthquake

eloquential

eloquential

adj

  1. (archaic) eloquent

equationism

equationist

equatorward

equatorward

adj

  1. toward the equator

equestrians

equestrians

noun

  1. plural of equestrian

equicostate

equidensity

equidensity

noun

  1. Synonym of isodensity

equidistant

equidistant

adj

  1. (cartography) Describing a map projection that preserves scale. No map can show scale correctly throughout the entire map but some can show true scale between one or two points and every point or along every meridian and these are referred to as equidistant.
  2. Occupying a position midway between two ends or sides.
  3. Occupying a position that is an equal distance between several points. Note that in a one-dimensional space this position can be identified with two points, in a two-dimensional space with three points (not on the same straight line), and in a three-dimensional space with four points (not in the same plane).

equiformity

equiformity

noun

  1. The quality of being equiform.

equilateral

equilateral

adj

  1. (geometry, of a polygon) Having all the sides equal.
  2. (geometry, of a polyhedron) Having all the faces equal.
  3. (zoology) Having all the convolutions of the shell in one plane, chiefly of foraminifers.
  4. (zoology) Having the two sides equal, as a surface divisible by a longitudinal median line into two halves of the same form.

noun

  1. A figure having all its sides equal.
  2. A side exactly corresponding, or equal, to others.

equilibrant

equilibrant

noun

  1. A force equal to, but opposite of, the resultant sum of vector forces; that force which balances other forces, thus bringing an object to equilibrium.

equilibrate

equilibrate

verb

  1. (intransitive) To balance, to be in a state of equilibrium.
  2. (transitive) To balance, or bring into equilibrium.

equilibrist

equilibrist

noun

  1. (archaic) A tightrope walker.

equilibrity

equilibrity

noun

  1. The state of being balanced; equality of weight; equilibrium.

equinoctial

equinoctial

adj

  1. (astronomy) Of or relating to the celestial equator.
  2. (astronomy) Of or relating to the spring or autumnal equinox.
  3. (uncommon) Equatorial: Of or relating to the equator of the Earth.

noun

  1. (rare) The terrestrial equator.
  2. An equinoctial gale.
  3. The great circle midway between the celestial poles; the celestial equator.

equipartile

equipendent

equipollent

equipollent

adj

  1. (logic, of each of two statements) able to be deduced from the other
  2. equivalent
  3. having equal power or force

noun

  1. An equivalent.

equipostile

equiradiate

equiradiate

adj

  1. having equal-length radii

equisetales

equispatial

equispatial

adj

  1. Occupying the same amount of space.

equitations

equitations

noun

  1. plural of equitation

equivalents

equivalents

noun

  1. plural of equivalent

equivaliant

equivocated

equivocated

verb

  1. simple past tense and past participle of equivocate

equivocates

equivocates

verb

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

equivocator

equivocator

noun

  1. agent noun of equivocate; one who equivocates.

exquisitely

exquisitely

adv

  1. Exceedingly; in the highest degree.
  2. In an exquisite manner.

exquisitism

exquisitive

exquisitive

adj

  1. (obsolete) Eager to discover or learn; curious.

fatiloquent

fatiloquent

adj

  1. prophetic; speaking of fate.

forequarter

forequarter

noun

  1. The foreleg, shoulder and surrounding area of the body of a quadruped.
  2. The front half of a side of meat.

forerequest

frequentage

frequentage

noun

  1. The habit or practice of frequenting.

frequenters

frequenters

noun

  1. plural of frequenter

frequentest

frequentest

adj

  1. (rare) superlative form of frequent: most frequent

frequenting

frequenting

verb

  1. present participle of frequent

gastriloquy

gastriloquy

noun

  1. (rare) A voice or utterance which appears to proceed from the stomach; ventriloquy.

gigantesque

gigantesque

adj

  1. Very large; like a giant; gigantic.

grotesquely

grotesquely

adv

  1. In a grotesque manner; disgustingly.

grotesquery

grotesquery

noun

  1. Alternative form of grotesquerie

headquarter

headquarter

verb

  1. (US, intransitive) To establish headquarters.
  2. (US, transitive) To provide (an organization) with headquarters.

hindquarter

hindquarter

noun

  1. (in the plural) The hind biped (leg) of a quadruped, or all body parts situated behind the hind legs' trunk-attachment.
  2. (metonymically, derogatory, usually in the plural) Human behind, butt.
  3. Either rear half of a side of beef, mutton, veal, lamb or by extension from another edible mammal.

illiquation

illiquation

noun

  1. (rare) The melting or dissolving of one thing into another.

illiquidity

illiquidity

noun

  1. (economics) The condition of being illiquid; a lack of liquidity; difficulty in selling out an asset

inequitable

inequitable

adj

  1. unfair, unequal or unjust

inequitably

inequitably

adv

  1. In an inequitable manner.

iniquitable

iniquitably

inquietness

inquietness

noun

  1. (obsolete) unquietness

inquietudes

inquietudes

noun

  1. plural of inquietude

inquilinity

inquinating

inquinating

verb

  1. present participle of inquinate

inquination

inquination

noun

  1. (obsolete) defilement; pollution; stain

inquiration

inquiration

noun

  1. (UK, dialect) inquiry

inquisition

inquisition

noun

  1. A questioning.
  2. An inquest.
  3. An inquiry or investigation into the truth of some matter.
  4. The finding of a jury, especially such a finding under a writ of inquiry.

verb

  1. (obsolete) To make inquisition concerning; to inquire into.

inquisitive

inquisitive

adj

  1. Eager to acquire knowledge.
  2. Too curious; overly interested; nosy.

inquisitors

inquisitors

noun

  1. plural of inquisitor

inquisitory

inquisitory

adj

  1. In the manner of an inquisition or inquiry.

inquisitrix

inquisitrix

noun

  1. (rare, archaic) A female inquisitor.

irondequoit

jacqueminot

jacqueminot

noun

  1. A variety of deep crimson rose.

jacquenetta

jacquenette

jequirities

liquidating

liquidating

verb

  1. present participle of liquidate

liquidation

liquidation

noun

  1. (euphemistic) Murder of dehumanized victims by a regime (and possibly its allies).
  2. The act of exchange of an asset of lesser liquidity with a more liquid one, such as cash.
  3. The selling of the assets of a business as part of the process of dissolving the business.

liquidators

liquidators

noun

  1. plural of liquidator

liquidities

liquidities

noun

  1. plural of liquidity

longinquity

longinquity

noun

  1. (archaic) length
  2. Long distance; the quality of being far away, remoteness.

loquacities

loquacities

noun

  1. plural of loquacity

maquiritare

marquessate

marquessate

noun

  1. The territory of a marquess, margrave or person of comparable rank.

marqueterie

marqueterie

noun

  1. Alternative form of marquetry

marquetries

marquetries

noun

  1. plural of marquetry

marquisates

marquisates

noun

  1. plural of marquisate

marquisette

marquisette

noun

  1. A sheer cotton fabric used for mosquito nets and curtains

marquisotte

marquisotte

verb

  1. (obsolete, rare) To shave off the beard but leave the moustache.

metasequoia

metasequoia

noun

  1. Metasequoia, the dawn redwood, a fast-growing deciduous conifer native to China.

milquetoast

milquetoast

adj

  1. (originally US, informal, derogatory) Meek, timid; lacking character or effectiveness.

noun

  1. (originally US, informal, derogatory) A person of meek or timid disposition; a person who lacks character or effectiveness.

monchiquite

monchiquite

noun

  1. (mineralogy) A black, basaltic igneous rock consisting of a ground mass of automorphic augite and magnetite with many embedded phenocrysts, usually of olivine.

montesquieu