anew: Associated Words
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  • manacle
    • noun shackle that consists of a metal loop that can be locked around the wrist; usually used in pairs
      handlock; handcuff; cuff.
    • verb confine or restrain with or as if with manacles or handcuffs
      handcuff; cuff.
      • The police handcuffed the suspect at the scene of the crime

  • mcmaster
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word. More None Meaning
  • marveling
    • noun something that causes feelings of wonder
      wonder.
      • the wonders of modern science
    • verb be amazed at
      wonder.
      • We marvelled at the child's linguistic abilities

  • incarnates
    • verb make concrete and real
    • verb represent in bodily form
      embody; substantiate; body forth.
      • He embodies all that is evil wrong with the system
      • The painting substantiates the feelings of the artist

  • refashioned
    • verb make new
      redo; make over; remake.
      • She is remaking her image

  • where'er
    Wherever; -- a contracted and poetical form. Cowper.
  • recreated
    • verb give new life or energy to
      repair; revivify; reanimate; revive; renovate; vivify; animate; quicken.
      • A hot soup will revive me
      • This will renovate my spirits
      • This treatment repaired my health
    • verb engage in recreational activities rather than work; occupy oneself in a diversion
      play.
      • On weekends I play
      • The students all recreate alike

  • keats
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  • flared
    • noun a shape that spreads outward
      flair.
      • the skirt had a wide flare
    • noun a sudden burst of flame

  • deliberated
    • verb think about carefully; weigh
      moot; turn over; consider; debate.
      • They considered the possibility of a strike
      • Turn the proposal over in your mind
    • verb discuss the pros and cons of an issue
      debate.

  • enkindled
    • adjective satellite set afire
      ignited; kindled.
      • the ignited paper
      • a kindled fire
    • verb cause to start burning
      inflame; kindle; enkindle; conflagrate.
      • The setting sun kindled the sky with oranges and reds

  • paradigm
    • noun systematic arrangement of all the inflected forms of a word
    • noun a standard or typical example
      epitome; prototype; image.
      • he is the prototype of good breeding
      • he provided America with an image of the good father

  • marveled
    • noun something that causes feelings of wonder
      wonder.
      • the wonders of modern science
    • verb be amazed at
      wonder.
      • We marvelled at the child's linguistic abilities

  • smitten
    • adjective satellite (used in combination) affected by something overwhelming
      stricken; struck.
      • conscience-smitten
      • awe-struck
    • verb inflict a heavy blow on, with the hand, a tool, or a weapon
      smite.

  • flamed
    • noun the process of combustion of inflammable materials producing heat and light and (often) smoke
      fire; flaming.
      • fire was one of our ancestors' first discoveries
    • verb shine with a sudden light
      flare.
      • The night sky flared with the massive bombardment

  • each
    • adjective satellite (used of count nouns) every one considered individually
      • each person is mortal
      • each party is welcome
    • adverb to or from every one of two or more (considered individually)
      from each one; for each one; to each one; apiece.
      • they received $10 each

  • kindle
    • verb catch fire
      inflame.
      • The dried grass of the prairie kindled, spreading the flames for miles
    • verb cause to start burning
      inflame; enkindle; conflagrate.
      • The setting sun kindled the sky with oranges and reds

  • revived
    • adjective restored to consciousness or life or vigor
      • felt revived hope
    • verb cause to regain consciousness
      resuscitate; revive.
      • The doctors revived the comatose man

  • blossomed
    • noun reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
      flower; bloom.
    • noun the period of greatest prosperity or productivity
      prime; flower; efflorescence; peak; flush; bloom; heyday.

  • whenever
    At whatever time. "Whenever that shall be." Milton.
  • furbished
    • verb polish and make shiny
      burnish; buff.
      • buff the wooden floors
      • buff my shoes

  • era
    • noun a period marked by distinctive character or reckoned from a fixed point or event
      epoch.
    • noun a major division of geological time; an era is usually divided into two or more periods
      geological era.

  • remade
    • noun creation that is created again or anew
      remaking.
      • it is a remake of an old film
    • verb make new
      refashion; redo; make over.
      • She is remaking her image

  • somewhere
    • noun an indefinite or unknown location
      • they moved to somewhere in Spain
    • adverb in or at or to some place; (`someplace' is used informally for `somewhere')
      someplace.
      • she must be somewhere

  • erupts
    • verb start abruptly
      break out.
      • After 1989, peace broke out in the former East Bloc
    • verb erupt or intensify suddenly
      flare; break open; flare up; burst out; irrupt.
      • Unrest erupted in the country
      • Tempers flared at the meeting
      • The crowd irrupted into a burst of patriotism

  • ascending
    • noun the act of changing location in an upward direction
      ascension; rise; ascent.
    • verb travel up, "We ascended the mountain"
      ascend; go up.
      • go up a ladder
      • The mountaineers slowly ascended the steep slope

  • burgeon
    • verb grow and flourish
      • The burgeoning administration
      • The burgeoning population

  • amidst
    In the midst or middle of; surrounded or encompassed by; among. "This fair tree amidst the garden." "Unseen amid the throng." "Amidst thick clouds." Milton. "Amidst acclamations." "Amidst the splendor and festivity of a court." Macaulay.
    But rather famish them amid their plenty. Shak.
    Syn. -- Amidst, Among. These words differ to some extent from each other, as will be seen from their etymology. Amidst denotes in the midst or middle of, and hence surrounded by; as, this work was written amidst many interruptions. Among denotes a mingling or intermixing with distinct or separable objects; as, "He fell among thieves." "Blessed art thou among women." Hence, we say, among the moderns, among the ancients, among the thickest of trees, among these considerations, among the reasons I have to offer. Amid and amidst are commonly used when the idea of separate or distinguishable objects is not prominent. Hence, we say, they kept on amidst the storm, amidst the gloom, he was sinking amidst the waves, he persevered amidst many difficulties; in none of which cases could among be used. In like manner, Milton speaks of Abdiel, --
    The seraph Abdiel, faithful found; Among the faithless faithful only he, because he was then considered as one of the angels. But when the poet adds, -- From amidst them forth he passed, we have rather the idea of the angels as a collective body. Those squalid cabins and uncleared woods amidst which he was born. Macaulay.

  • kindled
    • adjective satellite set afire
      ignited; enkindled.
      • the ignited paper
      • a kindled fire
    • verb catch fire
      kindle; inflame.
      • The dried grass of the prairie kindled, spreading the flames for miles

  • amid
    See Amidst.
  • enkindle
    • verb cause to start burning
      inflame; kindle; conflagrate.
      • The setting sun kindled the sky with oranges and reds
    • verb call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
      raise; fire; elicit; arouse; evoke; kindle; provoke.
      • arouse pity
      • raise a smile
      • evoke sympathy

  • elsewhere
    • adverb in or to another place
      • he went elsewhere
      • look elsewhere for the answer

  • reinvented
    • verb bring back into existence
      • The candidate reinvented the concept of national health care so that he would get elected
    • verb create anew and make over
      • He reinvented African music for American listeners

  • commandment
    • noun something that is commanded
    • noun a doctrine that is taught
      precept; teaching.
      • the teachings of religion
      • he believed all the Christian precepts

  • birthed
    • noun the time when something begins (especially life)
      • they divorced after the birth of the child
      • his election signaled the birth of a new age
    • noun the event of being born
      nativity; nascency; nascence.
      • they celebrated the birth of their first child

  • excited
    • adjective satellite (of persons) excessively affected by emotion
      emotional; aroused; worked up.
      • he would become emotional over nothing at all
      • she was worked up about all the noise
    • verb arouse or elicit a feeling
      excite.

  • bloomed
    • noun the organic process of bearing flowers
      blooming.
      • you will stop all bloom if you let the flowers go to seed
    • noun reproductive organ of angiosperm plants especially one having showy or colorful parts
      blossom; flower.

  • discharges
    • noun the sudden giving off of energy
    • noun the act of venting
      venting.

  • marvelling
    • noun something that causes feelings of wonder
      wonder.
      • the wonders of modern science
    • verb be amazed at
      wonder.
      • We marvelled at the child's linguistic abilities

  • anytime
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • sprout
    • noun any new growth of a plant such as a new branch or a bud
    • noun a newly grown bud (especially from a germinating seed)

  • upon
    On; -- used in all the senses of that word, with which it is interchangeable. "Upon an hill of flowers." Chaucer.
    Our host upon his stirrups stood anon. Chaucer.
    Thou shalt take of the blood that is upon the altar. Ex. xxix. 21.
    The Philistines be upon thee, Samson. Judg. xvi. 9.
    As I did stand my watch upon the hill. Shak.
    He made a great difference between people that did rebel upon wantonness, and them that did rebel upon want. Bacon.
    This advantage we lost upon the invention of firearms. Addison.
    Upon the whole, it will be necessary to avoid that perpetual repetition of the same epithets which we find in Homer. Pope.
    He had abandoned the frontiers, retiring upon Glasgow. Sir. W. Scott.
    Philip swore upon the Evangelists to abstain from aggression in my absence. Landor.
    Upon conveys a more distinct notion that on carries with it of something that literally or metaphorically bears or supports. It is less employed than it used to be, on having for the most part taken its place. Some expressions formed with it belong only to old style; as, upon pity they were taken away; that is, in consequence of pity: upon the rate of thirty thousand; that is, amounting to the rate: to die upon the hand; that is, by means of the hand: he had a garment upon; that is, upon himself: the time is coming fast upon; that is, upon the present time. By the omission of its object, upon acquires an adverbial sense, as in the last two examples.
  • marvelled
    • noun something that causes feelings of wonder
      wonder.
      • the wonders of modern science
    • verb be amazed at
      wonder.
      • We marvelled at the child's linguistic abilities

  • through
    • adjective satellite having finished or arrived at completion
      done; through with.
      • certain to make history before he's done
      • it's a done deed
      • after the treatment, the patient is through except for follow-up
      • almost through with his studies
    • adjective satellite (of a route or journey etc.) continuing without requiring stops or changes
      • a through street
      • a through bus
      • through traffic

  • erupted
    • verb start abruptly
      break out.
      • After 1989, peace broke out in the former East Bloc
    • verb erupt or intensify suddenly
      flare; break open; flare up; burst out; irrupt.
      • Unrest erupted in the country
      • Tempers flared at the meeting
      • The crowd irrupted into a burst of patriotism

  • approach
    • noun ideas or actions intended to deal with a problem or situation
      plan of attack; attack.
      • his approach to every problem is to draw up a list of pros and cons
      • an attack on inflation
      • his plan of attack was misguided
    • noun the act of drawing spatially closer to something
      coming; approaching.
      • the hunter's approach scattered the geese

  • reborn
    • adjective satellite spiritually reborn or converted
      born-again; converted.
      • a born-again Christian

  • inquired
    • verb inquire about
      ask; enquire.
      • I asked about their special today
      • He had to ask directions several times
    • verb have a wish or desire to know something
      enquire; wonder.
      • He wondered who had built this beautiful church

  • nerved
    • noun any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and tissues of the body
      nervus.
    • noun the courage to carry on
      heart; spunk; mettle.
      • he kept fighting on pure spunk
      • you haven't got the heart for baseball

  • generation
    • noun all the people living at the same time or of approximately the same age
      coevals; contemporaries.
    • noun group of genetically related organisms constituting a single step in the line of descent

  • kindling
    • noun material for starting a fire
      punk; touchwood; tinder; spunk.
    • noun the act of setting something on fire
      firing; lighting; ignition; inflammation.

  • tomorrow
    • noun the day after today
      • what are our tasks for tomorrow?
    • noun the near future
      • tomorrow's world
      • everyone hopes for a better tomorrow

  • festered
    • noun a sore that has become inflamed and formed pus
      suppurating sore.
    • verb ripen and generate pus
      suppurate; maturate.
      • her wounds are festering

  • spiritually
    • adverb in a spiritual manner
      • the ninth century was the spiritually freest period

  • consecrating
    • verb appoint to a clerical posts
      ordinate; ordain; order.
      • he was ordained in the Church
    • verb give entirely to a specific person, activity, or cause
      devote; commit; dedicate; give.
      • She committed herself to the work of God
      • give one's talents to a good cause
      • consecrate your life to the church

  • canvassed
    • noun the setting for a narrative or fictional or dramatic account
      canvas.
      • the crowded canvas of history
      • the movie demanded a dramatic canvas of sound
    • noun an inquiry into public opinion conducted by interviewing a random sample of people
      public opinion poll; poll; opinion poll.

  • sprouted
    • adjective satellite (of growing vegetation) having just emerged from the ground
      • the corn is sprouted
    • verb produce buds, branches, or germinate
      shoot; bourgeon; sprout; spud; pullulate; burgeon forth; germinate.
      • the potatoes sprouted

  • unto
    To; -- now used only in antiquated, formal, or scriptural style. See To.
  • incarnated
    • verb make concrete and real
    • verb represent in bodily form
      embody; substantiate; body forth.
      • He embodies all that is evil wrong with the system
      • The painting substantiates the feelings of the artist

  • within
    • adverb on the inside
      inside.
      • inside, the car is a mess



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