chaucer: Associated Words
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  • maked
    • noun a recognizable kind
      brand.
      • there's a new brand of hero in the movies now
      • what make of car is that?
    • noun the act of mixing cards haphazardly
      shuffle; shuffling.

  • satirizes
    • verb ridicule with satire
      lampoon; satirise.
      • The writer satirized the politician's proposal

  • refiguring
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • retells
    • verb render verbally, "recite a poem"
      recite.
      • retell a story
    • verb make into fiction
      fictionalize; fictionalise.
      • The writer fictionalized the lives of his parents in his latest novel

  • geoffrey
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • modernized
    • adjective satellite brought up to date
      modernised.
      • modernized methods
    • verb make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to
      modernize; overhaul; modernise.
      • You should overhaul your car engine
      • overhaul the health care system

  • riverside
    • noun the bank of a river
      riverbank.
    • noun a city in southern California

  • deploys
    • verb place troops or weapons in battle formation
    • verb to distribute systematically or strategically
      • The U.S. deploys its weapons in the Middle East

  • ellesmere
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • dramatizes
    • verb put into dramatic form
      adopt; dramatise.
      • adopt a book for a screenplay
    • verb represent something in a dramatic manner
      dramatise.
      • These events dramatize the lack of social responsibility among today's youth

  • variorum
    • noun an edition containing various versions of a text or notes by various scholars or editors
      variorum edition.

  • apologizes
    • verb acknowledge faults or shortcomings or failing
      apologise.
      • I apologized for being late
      • He apologized for the many typoes
    • verb defend, explain, clear away, or make excuses for by reasoning
      rationalize; apologise; rationalise; excuse; justify.
      • rationalize the child's seemingly crazy behavior
      • he rationalized his lack of success

  • maister
    Master. Obs. Chaucer. Spenser.
  • modernised
    • adjective satellite brought up to date
      modernized.
      • modernized methods
    • verb become technologically advanced
      develop; modernize; modernise.
      • Many countries in Asia are now developing at a very fast pace
      • Viet Nam is modernizing rapidly

  • venerates
    • verb regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
      fear; revere; reverence.
      • Fear God as your father
      • We venerate genius

  • apocrypha
    Something, as a writing, that is of doubtful authorship or authority; -- formerly used also adjectively. Obs. Locke.
  • reft
    • verb steal goods; take as spoils
      pillage; strip; despoil; plunder; foray; rifle; loot; ransack.
      • During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners

  • parodies
    • noun a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way
      pasquinade; mockery; takeoff; lampoon; travesty; sendup; put-on; spoof; charade; burlesque.
    • noun humorous or satirical mimicry
      mockery; takeoff.

  • rereading
    • verb read anew; read again
      • He re-read her letters to him

  • alludes
    • verb make a more or less disguised reference to
      touch; advert.
      • He alluded to the problem but did not mention it

  • pilgrim
    • noun someone who journeys in foreign lands
    • noun one of the colonists from England who sailed to America on the Mayflower and founded the colony of Plymouth in New England in 1620
      Pilgrim Father.

  • jeffery
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • whan
    When. Obs. Chaucer.
  • modernise
    • verb become technologically advanced
      develop; modernize.
      • Many countries in Asia are now developing at a very fast pace
      • Viet Nam is modernizing rapidly
    • verb make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to
      modernize; overhaul.
      • You should overhaul your car engine
      • overhaul the health care system

  • omits
    • verb prevent from being included or considered or accepted
      take out; except; leave off; leave out; exclude.
      • The bad results were excluded from the report
      • Leave off the top piece
    • verb leave undone or leave out
      pretermit; drop; overleap; leave out; overlook; miss; neglect.
      • How could I miss that typo?
      • The workers on the conveyor belt miss one out of ten

  • antedates
    • verb be earlier in time; go back further
      antecede; forego; predate; forgo; precede.
      • Stone tools precede bronze tools
    • verb establish something as being earlier relative to something else
      predate; foredate.

  • borrows
    • verb get temporarily
      • May I borrow your lawn mower?
    • verb take up and practice as one's own
      take over; adopt; take up.

  • rewriting
    • noun editing that involves writing something again
      revising.
    • verb write differently; alter the writing of
      rewrite.
      • The student rewrote his thesis

  • manipulates
    • verb influence or control shrewdly or deviously
      pull wires; pull strings.
      • He manipulated public opinion in his favor
    • verb hold something in one's hands and move it

  • troilus
    (Zoöl.) A large, handsome American butterfly (Euph&oe;ades, ∨ Papilio, troilus). It is black, with yellow marginal spots on the front wings, and blue spots on the rear wings.
  • invents
    • verb come up with (an idea, plan, explanation, theory, or principle) after a mental effort
      formulate; devise; contrive; excogitate; forge.
      • excogitate a way to measure the speed of light
    • verb make up something artificial or untrue
      fabricate; manufacture; cook up; make up.

  • praises
    • noun an expression of approval and commendation
      congratulations; kudos; extolment.
      • he always appreciated praise for his work
    • noun offering words of homage as an act of worship
      • they sang a hymn of praise to God

  • adapts
    • verb make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
      accommodate.
      • Adapt our native cuisine to the available food resources of the new country
    • verb adapt or conform oneself to new or different conditions
      conform; adjust.
      • We must adjust to the bad economic situation

  • editing
    • noun putting something (as a literary work or a legislative bill) into acceptable form
      redaction.
    • verb prepare for publication or presentation by correcting, revising, or adapting
      edit; redact.
      • Edit a book on lexical semantics
      • she edited the letters of the politician so as to omit the most personal passages

  • portrays
    • verb portray in words
      • The book portrays the actor as a selfish person
    • verb make a portrait of
      depict; limn.
      • Goya wanted to portray his mistress, the Duchess of Alba

  • imitates
    • verb reproduce someone's behavior or looks
      copy; simulate.
      • The mime imitated the passers-by
      • Children often copy their parents or older siblings
    • verb appear like, as in behavior or appearance
      • Life imitate art

  • foregrounds
    • noun the part of a scene that is near the viewer
    • noun (computer science) a window for an active application

  • dan
    A title of honor equivalent to master, or sir. Obs.
    Old Dan Geoffry, in gently spright The pure wellhead of poetry did dwell. Spenser.
    What time Dan Abraham left the Chaldee land. Thomson.

  • translates
    • verb restate (words) from one language into another language
      render; interpret.
      • I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U.S.
      • Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?
      • She rendered the French poem into English
      • He translates for the U.N.
    • verb change from one form or medium into another
      transform.
      • Braque translated collage into oil

  • astrolabe
    • noun an early form of sextant

  • employs
    • noun the state of being employed or having a job
      employment.
      • they are looking for employment
      • he was in the employ of the city
    • verb put into service; make work or employ for a particular purpose or for its inherent or natural purpose
      apply; use; utilize; utilise.
      • use your head!
      • we only use Spanish at home
      • I can't use this tool
      • Apply a magnetic field here
      • This thinking was applied to many projects
      • How do you utilize this tool?
      • I apply this rule to get good results
      • use the plastic bags to store the food
      • He doesn't know how to use a computer

  • reconstructing
    • verb reassemble mentally
      construct; retrace.
      • reconstruct the events of 20 years ago
    • verb build again
      rebuild.
      • The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb

  • satirized
    • verb ridicule with satire
      lampoon; satirise.
      • The writer satirized the politician's proposal

  • modernize
    • verb make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to
      overhaul; modernise.
      • You should overhaul your car engine
      • overhaul the health care system
    • verb become technologically advanced
      develop; modernise.
      • Many countries in Asia are now developing at a very fast pace
      • Viet Nam is modernizing rapidly

  • invokes
    • verb summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic
      arouse; raise; conjure up; bring up; call down; call forth; evoke; put forward; stir; conjure.
      • raise the specter of unemployment
      • he conjured wild birds in the air
      • call down the spirits from the mountain
    • verb cite as an authority; resort to
      appeal.
      • He invoked the law that would save him
      • I appealed to the law of 1900
      • She invoked an ancient law

  • alice
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • excels
    • verb distinguish oneself
      stand out; surpass.
      • She excelled in math

  • jeffry
    Sorry, we do not have the definition for this word.
  • prologue
    • noun an introduction to a play

  • undercuts
    • noun the material removed by a cut made underneath
    • noun the tender meat of the loin muscle on each side of the vertebral column
      tenderloin.

  • translating
    • verb restate (words) from one language into another language
      render; interpret.
      • I have to translate when my in-laws from Austria visit the U.S.
      • Can you interpret the speech of the visiting dignitaries?
      • She rendered the French poem into English
      • He translates for the U.N.
    • verb change from one form or medium into another
      transform.
      • Braque translated collage into oil

  • mentions
    • noun a remark that calls attention to something or someone
      reference.
      • she made frequent mention of her promotion
      • there was no mention of it
      • the speaker made several references to his wife
    • noun a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage
      acknowledgment; reference; citation; credit; cite; quotation.
      • the student's essay failed to list several important citations
      • the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book
      • the article includes mention of similar clinical cases

  • praising
    • adjective satellite full of or giving praise
      praiseful; laudatory.
      • a laudatory remark
    • verb express approval of
      praise.
      • The parents praised their children for their academic performance

  • explores
    • verb inquire into
      search; research.
      • the students had to research the history of the Second World War for their history project
      • He searched for information on his relatives on the web
      • Scientists are exploring the nature of consciousness
    • verb travel to or penetrate into
      • explore unknown territory in biology

  • poet
    • noun a writer of poems (the term is usually reserved for writers of good poetry)

  • review
    • noun a new appraisal or evaluation
      reappraisal; reassessment; revaluation.
    • noun an essay or article that gives a critical evaluation (as of a book or play)
      critique; critical review; review article.

  • imitated
    • verb reproduce someone's behavior or looks
      copy; simulate.
      • The mime imitated the passers-by
      • Children often copy their parents or older siblings
    • verb appear like, as in behavior or appearance
      • Life imitate art

  • effaces
    • verb remove completely from recognition or memory
      obliterate.
      • efface the memory of the time in the camps
    • verb make inconspicuous
      • efface oneself

  • tales
    • noun a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program
      story; narration; narrative.
      • his narrative was interesting
      • Disney's stories entertain adults as well as children
    • noun a trivial lie
      fib; story; taradiddle; tarradiddle.
      • he told a fib about eating his spinach
      • how can I stop my child from telling stories?

  • introduces
    • verb cause to come to know personally
      acquaint; present.
      • permit me to acquaint you with my son
      • introduce the new neighbors to the community
    • verb bring something new to an environment
      innovate.
      • A new word processor was introduced



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