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Vibrating vibratory. "A vibrative motion." Sir I. Newton.

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  • noun a set of data arranged in rows and columns
    tabular array.
    • see table 1
  • noun a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs
    • it was a sturdy table

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(Math.) Occupying the same time; pertaining to, or having the properties of, a tautochrone.

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  • adverb near that time or date
    • come at noon or thereabouts
  • adverb near that place
    • he stayed in London or thereabouts for several weeks

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  • adjective satellite describing a circle; moving in a circle
    rotary; circular.
    • the circular motion of the wheel

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  • noun a set of related records (either written or electronic) kept together
    data file.
  • noun a line of persons or things ranged one behind the other
    Indian file; single file.

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  • adjective of or relating to an epicycle
    • epicyclic gear train

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  • verb engage in plotting or enter into a conspiracy, swear together
    complot; machinate; cabal; conjure.
    • They conspired to overthrow the government
  • verb act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose
    • The two companies conspired to cause the value of the stock to fall

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Irregular in form; -- opposed to uniform; anomalous; hence, unlike; dissimilar; as, to difform corolla, the parts of which do not correspond in size or proportion; difform leaves.
The unequal refractions of difform rays. Sir I. Newton.

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  • noun the residue that remains after animal fat has been rendered
  • noun the sharp sound of snapping noises
    crackle; crepitation.

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  • verb drive away by crying `shoo!'
    shoo away; shoo off.

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  • noun meat (especially beef) cut in strips and dried in the sun
    jerked meat; jerk.
  • adjective satellite lacking a steady rhythm
    jerking; arrhythmic.
    • an arrhythmic heartbeat

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A scarecrow, generally made of feathers tied to a string, hung up to prevent deer from breaking into a place. Halliwell.

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  • adjective satellite disposed to attack
  • verb launch an attack or assault on; begin hostilities or start warfare with
    assail; attack.
    • Hitler attacked Poland on September 1, 1939 and started World War II
    • Serbian forces assailed Bosnian towns all week

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  • noun (law) the disqualification of a judge or jury by reason of prejudice or conflict of interest; a judge can be recused by objections of either party or judges can disqualify themselves

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  • noun harsh criticism or disapproval
  • noun the state of being excommunicated
    exclusion; excommunication.

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Disposing; tending to regulate; decretive. Obs.
His dispositive wisdom and power. Bates.

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  • noun a formal message requesting something that is submitted to an authority
    postulation; petition.
  • noun the verbal act of requesting

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Of or pertaining to a vortex or vortexes; resembling a vortex in form or motion; whirling; as, a vortical motion. -- Vor"ti*cal*ly, adv.

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  • noun the use of movements (especially of the hands) to communicate familiar or prearranged signals
  • noun a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something

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  • verb rule against
    override; overturn; reverse; overthrow.
    • The Republicans were overruled when the House voted on the bill

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A second or renewed commitment; a renewed reference to a committee.

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  • adjective satellite requiring full use of your abilities or resources
    • ambitious schedule
    • performed the most challenging task without a mistake
  • verb take exception to
    challenge; gainsay; dispute.
    • She challenged his claims

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Serving to translate; transferring. R. Arbuthnot.

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  • verb transmit (knowledge or skills)
    leave; give; pass on.
    • give a secret to the Russians
    • leave your name and address here
    • impart a new skill to the students
  • verb bestow a quality on
    lend; contribute; add; bring; bestow.
    • Her presence lends a certain cachet to the company
    • The music added a lot to the play
    • She brings a special atmosphere to our meetings
    • This adds a light note to the program

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  • adjective satellite uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves
    rippled; wavy; crinkly; crinkled.

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  • noun sheet that forms a distinct (usually flat and rectangular) section or component of something
  • noun a committee appointed to judge a competition

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  • adjective satellite containing or imposing condemnation or censure
    • a condemnatory decree
  • verb express strong disapproval of
    excoriate; decry; reprobate; objurgate; condemn.
    • We condemn the racism in South Africa
    • These ideas were reprobated

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  • noun (law) a conference held before the trial begins to bring the parties together to outline discovery proceedings and to define the issues to be tried; more useful in civil than in criminal cases
    pretrial conference.

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  • verb place (one geometric figure) upon another so that their perimeters coincide
  • verb place on top of
    lay over; superimpose.
    • can you superimpose the two images?

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  • verb come to pass
    fall out; pass off; come about; pass; hap; happen; take place; go on.
    • What is happening?
    • The meeting took place off without an incidence
    • Nothing occurred that seemed important
  • verb come to one's mind; suggest itself
    • It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary
    • A great idea then came to her

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  • verb silence (someone) by uttering `shush!'

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  • verb make a logical or causal connection
    tie in; associate; colligate; link; connect; link up.
    • I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind
    • colligate these facts
    • I cannot relate these events at all
  • verb be relevant to
    touch on; pertain; have-to doe with; bear on; touch; come to; refer; concern.
    • There were lots of questions referring to her talk
    • My remark pertained to your earlier comments

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Of or pertaining to pression; as, the precessional movement of the equinoxes.

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  • adjective satellite placed on or over something else
    • an overlying image
  • verb place on top of
    lay over; superimpose; superpose.
    • can you superimpose the two images?

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Pertaining to Dr. Robert Brown, who first demonstrated (about 1827) the commonness of the motion described below.

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  • noun a tangible and visible entity; an entity that can cast a shadow
    physical object.
    • it was full of rackets, balls and other objects
  • noun the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable)
    aim; objective; target.
    • the sole object of her trip was to see her children

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  • adjective satellite decorated with wormlike tracery or markings
    vermiculate; vermiculated.
    • vermicular (or vermiculated) stonework

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  • adverb in a mechanical manner; by a mechanism
    • this door opens mechanically
  • adverb in a machinelike manner; without feeling
    • he smiled mechanically

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  • adjective satellite (used of physical stimuli) serving to stimulate or excite
    • an irritative agent

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  • adjective satellite awaiting conclusion or confirmation
    • business still pending

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  • adjective of or relating to an epicycle
    • epicyclic gear train

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  • verb require as useful, just, or proper
    call for; necessitate; involve; need; take; demand; ask; postulate.
    • It takes nerve to do what she did
    • success usually requires hard work
    • This job asks a lot of patience and skill
    • This position demands a lot of personal sacrifice
    • This dinner calls for a spectacular dessert
    • This intervention does not postulate a patient's consent
  • verb consider obligatory; request and expect
    ask; expect.
    • 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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  • noun an erratic deflection from an intended course
  • verb be wide open
    yawn; gape.
    • the deep gaping canyon

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  • noun the act of searching for something
    • a quest for diamonds
  • noun an attempt to acquire or gain something

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  • adjective characterized by beauty of movement, style, form, or execution
  • adjective satellite suggesting taste, ease, and wealth
    elegant; refined.

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  • adjective designating an airship having a shape maintained only by internal gas pressure and without a supporting structure

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  • adjective satellite similar in quality or character
    • a feeling akin to terror
    • kindred souls
    • the amateur is closely related to the collector
  • adjective satellite related by blood
    cognate; blood-related; consanguine; kin; consanguineal; consanguineous.

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  • adjective having or resembling a lash or whip (as does a flagellum)
    flagellated; lash-like; flagellate.

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  • adverb in this place or thing or document
    • I shall discuss the question herein

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  • noun a set of data arranged in rows and columns
    tabular array.
    • see table 1
  • noun a piece of furniture having a smooth flat top that is usually supported by one or more vertical legs
    • it was a sturdy table

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  • verb try to stir up public opinion
    stir up; foment.
  • verb cause to be agitated, excited, or roused
    commove; turn on; excite; charge up; charge; rouse.
    • The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks

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  • noun a rule for limiting or ending debate in a deliberative body
    closure; gag rule; gag law.
  • verb terminate debate by calling for a vote
    • debate was closured
    • cloture the discussion

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  • verb connect closely and often incriminatingly
    affect; regard.
    • This new ruling affects your business
  • verb engage as a participant
    • Don't involve me in your family affairs!

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  • adverb (often followed by `for') in exchange or in reciprocation
    in return.
    • gave up our seats on the plane and in return received several hundred dollars and seats on the next plane out
    • we get many benefits in return for our taxes
  • adverb in a mutual or shared manner
    • the agreement was mutually satisfactory
    • the goals of the negotiators were not reciprocally exclusive

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  • adjective satellite without merit
    no-good; no-account; good-for-naught; no-count; sorry; good-for-nothing.
    • a sorry horse
    • a sorry excuse
    • a lazy no-count, good-for-nothing goldbrick
    • the car was a no-good piece of junk

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  • noun a straight line at right angles to another line
  • noun a Gothic style in 14th and 15th century England; characterized by vertical lines and a four-centered (Tudor) arch and fan vaulting
    perpendicular style; English-Gothic architecture; English-Gothic.

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Moving in a circle, or spirally; revolving; whirling around.

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  • verb report or maintain
    aver; say.
    • He alleged that he was the victim of a crime
    • He said it was too late to intervene in the war
    • The registrar says that I owe the school money

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Caused or accomplished by convection; as, a convective discharge of electricity. Faraday.

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  • verb lose velocity; move more slowly
    decelerate; slow down; retard; slow up.
    • The car decelerated
  • verb become slow or slower
    slacken; slow down; slack; slow up.
    • Production slowed

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  • adjective satellite moving very rapidly to and fro or up and down
    • the vibrating piano strings

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  • noun any of various primates with short tails or no tail at all
  • noun someone who copies the words or behavior of another
    aper; copycat; imitator; emulator.

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  • noun rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell
  • verb propel with sculls
    • scull the boat

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  • verb form or compose
    represent; be; comprise; make up.
    • This money is my only income
    • The stone wall was the backdrop for the performance
    • These constitute my entire belonging
    • The children made up the chorus
    • This sum represents my entire income for a year
    • These few men comprise his entire army
  • verb create and charge with a task or function
    appoint; nominate; name.
    • nominate a committee

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  • noun a sharp hand gesture (resembling a blow)
    poke; thrusting; poking; thrust; jab.
    • he warned me with a jab with his finger
    • he made a thrusting motion with his fist
  • verb poke or thrust abruptly
    stab; dig; prod; jab; poke.
    • he jabbed his finger into her ribs

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Pertaining to the magnet; possessing the properties of the magnet, or corresponding properties; as, a magnetic bar of iron; a magnetic needle.

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  • verb bring into existence
    bring forth.
    • The new manager generated a lot of problems
    • The computer bug generated chaos in the office
    • The computer generated this image
    • The earthquake generated a tsunami
  • verb give or supply
    return; yield; render; give.
    • The cow brings in 5 liters of milk
    • This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn
    • The estate renders some revenue for the family

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  • adjective not recurring at regular intervals

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  • verb be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance
    prevail; reign; rule; predominate.
    • Money reigns supreme here
    • Hispanics predominate in this neighborhood
  • verb be in control
    • Her husband completely dominates her

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  • adjective satellite (followed by `to') in conformance to or agreement with
    • pursuant to our agreement
    • pursuant to the dictates of one's conscience

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  • noun founder of Christian Science in 1866 (1821-1910)
    Mary Baker Eddy; Mary Morse Baker Eddy.
  • noun a miniature whirlpool or whirlwind resulting when the current of a fluid doubles back on itself

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  • verb come to pass
    fall out; pass off; come about; pass; hap; happen; take place; go on.
    • What is happening?
    • The meeting took place off without an incidence
    • Nothing occurred that seemed important
  • verb come to one's mind; suggest itself
    • It occurred to me that we should hire another secretary
    • A great idea then came to her

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  • adjective satellite spreading by diffusion
    dispersive; diffusing; disseminative.

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  • adjective satellite having periodic vibrations

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  • adjective full of life and energy
    • a lively discussion
    • lively and attractive parents
    • a lively party
  • adjective satellite full of zest or vigor
    • a racy literary style

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  • adjective not involving heat
    • nonthermal luminescence

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  • noun (photography) the act of assuming a certain position (as for a photograph or portrait)
    • he wanted his portrait painted but couldn't spare time for the sitting
  • verb introduce
    pose; present.
    • This poses an interesting question

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  • adjective of or relating to or resembling the physical or orbital characteristics of a planet or the planets
    • planetary motion
    • planetary year
  • adjective of or relating to or characteristic of the planet Earth or its inhabitants
    • planetary rumblings and eructations"- L.C.Eiseley
    • the planetary tilt
    • this terrestrial ball

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  • noun an occasion on which a winner is selected from among two or more contestants
  • noun a struggle between rivals

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  • adjective resembling waves in form or outline or motion

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  • noun the point in time at which something must be completed

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  • adverb with one side forward or to the front
    sideways; sidewise.
    • turned sideways to show the profile
    • crabs seeming to walk sidewise
  • adverb from the side; obliquely
    sidewise; sideways.
    • a picture lit sideways
    • scenes viewed sidewise

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  • verb refer for judgment or consideration
    • The lawyers submitted the material to the court
  • verb put before
    posit; state; put forward.
    • I submit to you that the accused is guilty

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  • adjective of or relating to uniform movement without rotation

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In the direction of; to.
He set his face toward the wilderness. Num. xxiv. 1.
The waves make towards'' the pebbled shore. Shak.

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(Physics) Not rotatory; passing from one point to another by a movement other than rotation; -- said of the movement of parts of a liquid or yielding mass. Sir W. Thomson.

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  • adjective satellite arousing affect
    poignant; touching.
    • the homecoming of the released hostages was an affecting scene
    • poignant grief cannot endure forever
    • his gratitude was simple and touching
  • verb have an effect upon
    impact; touch on; bear upon; bear on; touch; affect.
    • Will the new rules affect me?

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turning, as a wheel; rotary; rotational.
This high rotative velocity of the sun must cause an equatorial rise of the solar atmosphere. Siemens.

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  • verb come into existence; take on form or shape
    originate; develop; rise; uprise; spring up; grow.
    • A new religious movement originated in that country
    • a love that sprang up from friendship
    • the idea for the book grew out of a short story
    • An interesting phenomenon uprose
  • verb originate or come into being
    come up; bob up.
    • a question arose

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  • adjective satellite characterized by a straight line or lines
    • rectilinear patterns in wallpaper
    • the rectilinear propagation of light

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  • 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

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  • adjective satellite not varying
    • an equable climate
  • adjective satellite not easily irritated
    even-tempered; good-tempered; placid.
    • an equable temper
    • not everyone shared his placid temperament
    • remained placid despite the repeated delays

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  • noun 1/60 of a minute; the basic unit of time adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites
    sec; s.
  • noun an indefinitely short time
    moment; bit; mo; minute.
    • wait just a moment
    • in a mo
    • it only takes a minute
    • in just a bit

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  • adjective brought about or caused; not spontaneous
    • a case of steroid-induced weakness
  • verb cause to arise
    bring on; induce.
    • induce a crisis

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  • noun a wave on the surface of a lake or landlocked bay; caused by atmospheric or seismic disturbances

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  • adjective connected by participation or association or use
    • we accomplished nothing, simply because of the large number of people involved
    • the problems involved
    • the involved muscles
    • I don't want to get involved
    • everyone involved in the bribery case has been identified
  • verb connect closely and often incriminatingly
    involve; affect; regard.
    • This new ruling affects your business

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  • noun the termination of a meeting
  • noun the act of postponing to another time or place

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  • noun a person who joins with others in some activity or endeavor
    • he had to consult his associate before continuing
  • noun a friend who is frequently in the company of another
    familiar; comrade; fellow; companion.
    • drinking companions
    • comrades in arms

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  • adjective relating to the hours
    • the horary cycle

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  • verb move backward in an orbit, of celestial bodies
  • verb move in a direction contrary to the usual one
    • retrograding planets

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  • adjective satellite in complete agreement
    consentient; unanimous.
    • a unanimous decision

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  • verb be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics
    gibe; fit; tally; agree; jibe; check; match.
    • The two stories don't agree in many details
    • The handwriting checks with the signature on the check
    • The suspect's fingerprints don't match those on the gun
  • verb be equivalent or parallel, in mathematics

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  • noun a person who loves someone or is loved by someone
  • noun an ardent follower and admirer
    devotee; fan; buff.

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  • noun an erratic deflection from an intended course
  • verb be wide open
    yawn; gape.
    • the deep gaping canyon

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  • noun (`cease' is a noun only in the phrase `without cease') end
  • verb put an end to a state or an activity
    quit; discontinue; lay off; stop; give up.
    • Quit teasing your little brother

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  • noun any distracting or deceptive maneuver (as a mock attack)
  • verb deceive by a mock action
    • The midfielder feinted to shoot

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  • adjective set down or registered in a permanent form especially on film or tape for reproduction
    • recorded music
  • verb make a record of; set down in permanent form
    record; put down; enter.

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  • adjective satellite affected by involuntary jerky muscular contractions; resembling a spasm
    spastic; spasmodic.
    • convulsive motions
    • his body made a spasmodic jerk
    • spastic movements
  • adjective satellite resembling a convulsion in being sudden and violent
    • a convulsive rage
    • convulsive laughter

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  • verb reason by deduction; establish by deduction
    derive; deduce; deduct.
  • verb draw from specific cases for more general cases
    extrapolate; generalize; generalise.

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