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stonking

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unbosomer

One who unbosoms, or discloses. R. "An unbosomer of secrets." Thackeray.

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unsurpassable

  • adjective satellite not to be exceeded
    • unsurpassable skill
    • unsurpassable standards of workmanship

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insuperably

  • adverb to an insuperable degree
    • these various courses all seemed insuperably difficult to the student

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towering

  • adjective satellite of imposing height; especially standing out above others
    soaring; eminent; lofty.
    • an eminent peak
    • lofty mountains
    • the soaring spires of the cathedral
    • towering icebergs
  • verb appear very large or occupy a commanding position
    tower; loom; hulk; predominate.
    • The huge sculpture predominates over the fountain
    • Large shadows loomed on the canyon wall

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misguider

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woundy

Excessive. Obs.
Such a world of holidays, that 't a woundy hindrance to a poor man that lives by his labor. L'Estrange.

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opposeless

Not to be effectually opposed; irresistible. Obs. "Your great opposeless wills." Shak.

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sock

  • noun hosiery consisting of a cloth covering for the foot; worn inside the shoe; reaches to between the ankle and the knee
  • noun a truncated cloth cone mounted on a mast; used (e.g., at airports) to show the direction of the wind
    windsock; wind sock; air sock; wind sleeve; drogue; wind cone; air-sleeve.

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mentioner

  • noun a speaker who refers to something briefly or incidentally

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surpassingly

  • adverb to a surpassing degree
    • she was a surpassingly beautiful woman

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secularize

  • verb make secular and draw away from a religious orientation
    secularise.
    • Ataturk secularized Turkey
  • verb transfer from ecclesiastical to civil possession, use, or control
    desacralize.

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illimitable

  • adjective satellite without limits in extent or size or quantity
    measureless; limitless.
    • limitless vastness of our solar system

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britain's

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whacking

  • noun the act of inflicting corporal punishment with repeated blows
    trouncing; drubbing; thrashing; licking; lacing; beating.
  • verb hit hard
    wham; whop; whack; wallop.
    • The teacher whacked the boy

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misease

Want of ease; discomfort; misery. Obs. Chaucer.

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acknowledged

  • adjective recognized or made known or admitted
    • the acknowledged leader of the community
    • a woman of acknowledged accomplishments
    • his acknowledged error
  • verb declare to be true or admit the existence or reality or truth of
    admit; acknowledge.
    • He admitted his errors
    • She acknowledged that she might have forgotten

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institutionary

Relating to an institution, or institutions.

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incalculable

  • adjective not capable of being computed or enumerated

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forbid

  • verb command against
    prohibit; proscribe; disallow; veto; nix; interdict.
    • I forbid you to call me late at night
    • Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store
    • Dad nixed our plans
  • verb keep from happening or arising; make impossible
    prevent; preclude; foreclose; forestall.
    • My sense of tact forbids an honest answer
    • Your role in the projects precludes your involvement in the competitive project

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inestimable

  • adjective satellite beyond calculation or measure
    incomputable; immeasurable.
    • of incalculable value
    • an incomputable amount
    • jewels of inestimable value
    • immeasurable wealth

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laurentian

Pertaining to, or near, the St. Lawrence River; as, the Laurentian hills.

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intendiment

Attention; consideration; knowledge; understanding. Obs. Spenser.

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inconceivably

  • adverb to an inconceivable degree
    • inconceivably small

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shun

  • verb avoid and stay away from deliberately; stay clear of
    eschew.
  • verb expel from a community or group
    ostracize; blackball; cast out; ban; ostracise; banish.

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amass

  • verb collect or gather
    gather; conglomerate; accumulate; cumulate; pile up.
    • Journals are accumulating in my office
    • The work keeps piling up
  • verb get or gather together
    roll up; compile; collect; accumulate; hoard; pile up.
    • I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife
    • She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis
    • She rolled up a small fortune

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barren

  • noun an uninhabited wilderness that is worthless for cultivation
    wasteland; waste.
    • the barrens of central Africa
    • the trackless wastes of the desert
  • adjective satellite providing no shelter or sustenance
    desolate; bare; stark; bleak.
    • bare rocky hills
    • barren lands
    • the bleak treeless regions of the high Andes
    • the desolate surface of the moon
    • a stark landscape

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wodges

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outbuild

To exceed in building, or in durability of building.

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blazoner

One who gives publicity, proclaims, or blazons; esp., one who blazons coats of arms; a herald. Burke.

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insanely

  • adverb in an insane manner
    crazily; madly; dementedly.
    • she behaved insanely
    • he behaves crazily when he is off his medication
    • the witch cackled madly
    • screaming dementedly
  • adverb (used as intensives) extremely
    deadly; deucedly; madly; devilishly.
    • she was madly in love
    • deadly dull
    • deadly earnest
    • deucedly clever
    • insanely jealous

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admiral

  • noun the supreme commander of a fleet; ranks above a vice admiral and below a fleet admiral
    full admiral.
  • noun any of several brightly colored butterflies

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transcendent

  • adjective satellite exceeding or surpassing usual limits especially in excellence
    surpassing.
  • adjective satellite beyond and outside the ordinary range of human experience or understanding
    • the notion of any transcendent reality beyond thought

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stultify

  • verb prove to be of unsound mind or demonstrate someone's incompetence
    • nobody is legally allowed to stultify himself
  • verb cause to appear foolish
    • He stultified himself by contradicting himself and being inconsistent

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unimaginably

  • adverb to an unimaginable extent
    unthinkably.

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disworship

To refuse to worship; to treat as unworthy. Obs. Sir T. More.

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unthinkably

  • adverb to an unimaginable extent
    unimaginably.

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loggerheaded

  • adjective satellite (used informally) stupid
    duncical; blockheaded; duncish; fatheaded; boneheaded; thick; wooden-headed; thick-skulled; thickheaded.

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insurmountable

  • adjective not capable of being surmounted or overcome
    unsurmountable.
    • insurmountable disadvantages
  • adjective satellite impossible to surmount
    insuperable.

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expunger

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golf

  • noun a game played on a large open course with 9 or 18 holes; the object is use as few strokes as possible in playing all the holes
    golf game.
  • verb play golf

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expect

  • verb regard something as probable or likely
    anticipate.
    • The meteorologists are expecting rain for tomorrow
  • verb consider obligatory; request and expect
    ask; require.
    • We require our secretary to be on time
    • Aren't we asking too much of these children?
    • I expect my students to arrive in time for their lessons

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unfathomable

  • adjective of depth; not capable of being sounded or measured
  • adjective satellite resembling an abyss in depth; so deep as to be unmeasurable
    abyssal; abysmal.
    • the abyssal depths of the ocean

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cackler

  • noun a hen that has just laid an egg and emits a shrill squawk
  • noun any of various insectivorous Old World birds with a loud incessant song; in some classifications considered members of the family Muscicapidae
    babbler.

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sodding

  • adjective satellite without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
    perfect; double-dyed; complete; gross; arrant; unadulterated; stark; consummate; pure; utter; thoroughgoing; everlasting; staring.
    • an arrant fool
    • a complete coward
    • a consummate fool
    • a double-dyed villain
    • gross negligence
    • a perfect idiot
    • pure folly
    • what a sodding mess
    • stark staring mad
    • a thoroughgoing villain
    • utter nonsense
    • the unadulterated truth
  • verb cover with sod
    sod.

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mimicker

  • noun someone who mimics (especially an actor or actress)
    mimic.

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inappreciable

  • adjective satellite too small to make a significant difference
    • inappreciable fluctuations in temperature

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impeach

  • verb challenge the honesty or veracity of
    • the lawyers tried to impeach the credibility of the witnesses
  • verb charge (a public official) with an offense or misdemeanor committed while in office
    • The President was impeached

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deadener

One who, or that which, deadens or checks.

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stupendously

  • adverb to a stupendous degree
    • stupendously ignorant people

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demoralize

  • verb corrupt morally or by intemperance or sensuality
    pervert; debase; profane; misdirect; subvert; debauch; deprave; vitiate; corrupt; demoralise.
    • debauch the young people with wine and women
    • Socrates was accused of corrupting young men
    • Do school counselors subvert young children?
    • corrupt the morals
  • verb lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
    depress; dispirit; dismay; deject; demoralise; get down; cast down.
    • These news depressed her
    • The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her

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forerun

To turn before; to precede; to be in advance of (something following).

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amazedness

The state of being amazed, or confounded with fear, surprise, or wonder. Bp. Hall.

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walloping

  • noun a sound defeat
    trouncing; drubbing; whipping; thrashing; slaughter; debacle.
  • verb hit hard
    wham; whop; whack; wallop.
    • The teacher whacked the boy

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whopping

  • adjective satellite (used informally) very large
    humongous; walloping; banging; thumping.
    • a thumping loss
  • verb hit hard
    wham; whop; whack; wallop.
    • The teacher whacked the boy

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disguiser

One who, or that which, disguises. Shak.

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prognosticate

  • verb make a prediction about; tell in advance
    predict; anticipate; forebode; foretell; call; promise.
    • Call the outcome of an election
  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; portend; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

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humanize

  • verb make more humane
    humanise.
    • The mayor tried to humanize life in the big city

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incomprehensible

  • adjective incapable of being explained or accounted for
    inexplicable.
    • inexplicable errors
    • left the house at three in the morning for inexplicable reasons
  • adjective difficult to understand
    uncomprehensible.
    • the most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible"- A. Einstein

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cinderous

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reverencer

One who regards with reverence. "Reverencers of crowned heads." Swift.

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amass

  • verb collect or gather
    gather; conglomerate; accumulate; cumulate; pile up.
    • Journals are accumulating in my office
    • The work keeps piling up
  • verb get or gather together
    roll up; compile; collect; accumulate; hoard; pile up.
    • I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife
    • She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis
    • She rolled up a small fortune

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resent

  • verb feel bitter or indignant about
    • She resents being paid less than her co-workers
  • verb wish ill or allow unwillingly
    begrudge.

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intermix

  • verb combine into one
    immingle; intermingle; blend.
    • blend the nuts and raisins together
    • he blends in with the crowd
    • We don't intermingle much

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conjector

One who guesses or conjectures. Obs.
A great conjector at other men by their writings. Milton.

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peccable

  • adjective satellite liable to sin
    peccant.
    • a frail and peccable mortal"- Sir Walter Scott

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jangler

An idle talker; a babbler; a prater. Chaucer.

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overpoweringly

  • adverb incapable of being resisted
    irresistibly; overwhelmingly.
    • the candy looked overwhelmingly desirable to the dieting man

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socialiser

  • noun a person who takes part in social activities
    socializer.

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undisputedly

  • adverb in an unarguable and undisputed manner
    unarguably.
    • you write as if this fact whilst inarguably forever condemning me to the ranks of Bohemianism nevertheless earned for me the right of entry into any company

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reclothing

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betoken

  • verb be a signal for or a symptom of
    bespeak; indicate; signal; point.
    • These symptoms indicate a serious illness
    • Her behavior points to a severe neurosis
    • The economic indicators signal that the euro is undervalued
  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; portend; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

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wherethrough

Through which. R. "Wherethrough that I may know." Chaucer.
Windows . . . wherethrough the sun Delights to peep, to gaze therein on thee. Shak.

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potoo

(Zoöl.) A large South American goatsucker (Nyctibius grandis).

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venerable

  • adjective satellite impressive by reason of age
    • a venerable sage with white hair and beard
  • adjective satellite profoundly honored
    revered; august.
    • revered holy men

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liberalize

  • verb make liberal or more liberal, of laws and rules
    liberalise.
  • verb become more liberal
    liberalise.
    • The laws liberalized after Prohibition

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wield

  • verb have and exercise
    maintain; exert.
    • wield power and authority
  • verb handle effectively
    handle; manage.
    • The burglar wielded an axe
    • The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well

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mythologize

  • verb construct a myth
    mythologise.
    • The poet mythologized that the King had three sons
  • verb make into a myth
    mythologise; mythicise; mythicize.
    • The Europeans have mythicized Rte. 66

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cap

  • noun a tight-fitting headdress
  • noun a top (as for a bottle)

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amass

  • verb collect or gather
    gather; conglomerate; accumulate; cumulate; pile up.
    • Journals are accumulating in my office
    • The work keeps piling up
  • verb get or gather together
    roll up; compile; collect; accumulate; hoard; pile up.
    • I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife
    • She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis
    • She rolled up a small fortune

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lungfuls

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scandalization

  • noun the condition of being shocked (as by improper behavior)
    scandalisation.
  • noun the act of scandalizing
    outrage; scandalisation.

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unspeakably

  • adverb to an inexpressible degree
    unutterably; indescribably; ineffably.
    • she was looking very young tonight, and, as usual, indescribably beautiful, in a simple strapless dress of a green and white silky cotton

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barmote

A court held in Derbyshire, in England, for deciding controversies between miners. Blount.

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hulking

  • adjective satellite of great size and bulk
    hulky.
    • a hulking figure of a man
    • three hulking battleships
  • verb appear very large or occupy a commanding position
    tower; loom; hulk; predominate.
    • The huge sculpture predominates over the fountain
    • Large shadows loomed on the canyon wall

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quiddle

To spend time in trifling employments, or to attend to useful subjects in an indifferent or superficial manner; to dawdle.

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unassailably

  • adverb in an unalterable and unchangeable manner
    unchangeably; unalterably; immutably.
    • his views were unchangeably fixed

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esteem

  • noun the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)
    respect; regard.
    • it is held in esteem
    • a man who has earned high regard
  • noun a feeling of delighted approval and liking
    admiration.

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disproportional

  • adjective out of proportion
    disproportionate.

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do

  • noun an uproarious party
    bash; brawl.
  • noun the syllable naming the first (tonic) note of any major scale in solmization
    doh; ut.

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boothose

  • noun protective stockings worn with or in place of boots

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amass

  • verb collect or gather
    gather; conglomerate; accumulate; cumulate; pile up.
    • Journals are accumulating in my office
    • The work keeps piling up
  • verb get or gather together
    roll up; compile; collect; accumulate; hoard; pile up.
    • I am accumulating evidence for the man's unfaithfulness to his wife
    • She is amassing a lot of data for her thesis
    • She rolled up a small fortune

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impoverish

  • verb make poor
  • verb take away
    deprive.

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forebode

  • verb make a prediction about; tell in advance
    predict; anticipate; foretell; call; promise; prognosticate.
    • Call the outcome of an election

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opposable

  • adjective capable of being placed opposite to something
    apposable.
    • the thumb is opposable to the forefinger

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evince

  • verb give expression to
    express; show.
    • She showed her disappointment

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disenchant

  • verb free from enchantment
    disillusion.

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lavish

  • verb expend profusely; also used with abstract nouns
    shower.
    • He was showered with praise
  • adjective satellite very generous
    overgenerous; unstinting; unstinted; munificent; too-generous; unsparing.
    • distributed gifts with a lavish hand
    • the critics were lavish in their praise
    • a munificent gift
    • his father gave him a half-dollar and his mother a quarter and he thought them munificent
    • prodigal praise
    • unsparing generosity
    • his unstinted devotion
    • called for unstinting aid to Britain

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tragedienne

  • noun an actress who specializes in tragic roles

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wield

  • verb have and exercise
    maintain; exert.
    • wield power and authority
  • verb handle effectively
    handle; manage.
    • The burglar wielded an axe
    • The young violinist didn't manage her bow very well

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systematiser

  • noun an organizer who puts things in order
    systematizer; systemizer; orderer; systemiser; systematist.
    • Aristotle was a great orderer of ideas

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quaff

  • noun a hearty draft
  • verb to swallow hurriedly or greedily or in one draught
    gulp; swig.
    • The men gulped down their beers

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gadabout

  • noun a restless seeker after amusement or social companionship

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desideration

Act of desiderating; also, the thing desired. R. Jeffrey.

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