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gonoph

A pickpocket or thief. Eng. Slang also ganef, gonif, goniff Dickens.

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doorsill

  • noun the sill of a door; a horizontal piece of wood or stone that forms the bottom of a doorway and offers support when passing through a doorway
    threshold; doorstep.

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steamroll

  • verb bring to a specified state by overwhelming force or pressure
    steamroller.
    • The Senator steamrollered the bill to defeat
  • verb proceed with great force
    steamroller.
    • The new teacher tends to steamroller

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whelm

  • verb overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
    overtake; overwhelm; overpower; overcome; sweep over.

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eyeshot

  • noun the range of the eye
    view.
    • they were soon out of view

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reauthorizing

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cappuccino

  • noun equal parts of espresso and hot milk topped with cinnamon and nutmeg and usually whipped cream
    cappuccino coffee; coffee cappuccino.

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aquaplane

  • noun a board that is pulled by a speedboat as a person stands on it and skims over the top of the water
  • verb rise up onto a thin film of water between the tires and road so that there is no more contact with the road
    • the car aquaplaned

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frontwards

  • adverb at or to or toward the front; (`forrad' and `forrard' are dialectal variations)
    forrad; forwards; forrard; forward; frontward.
    • he faced forward
    • step forward
    • she practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine

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agonise

  • verb cause to agonize
    agonize.
  • verb suffer agony or anguish
    agonize.

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bullhorn

  • noun a portable loudspeaker with built-in microphone and amplifier
    loud-hailer; loud hailer.

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cockbilled

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whelm

  • verb overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
    overtake; overwhelm; overpower; overcome; sweep over.

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hedgehop

  • verb fly very close to the ground
    flat-hat.

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linguini

  • noun pasta in long slender flat strips
    linguine.

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tyrannise

  • verb rule a country as a tyrant
    tyrannize; grind down.
  • verb rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner
    tyrannize; domineer.
    • her husband and mother-in-law tyrannize her

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landline

  • noun a telephone line that travels over terrestrial circuits
    land line.
    • a land line can be wire or fiber optics or microwave

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backspace

  • noun the typewriter key used for back spacing
    backspace key; backspacer.
  • verb hit the backspace key on a computer or typewriter keyboard
    • To erase, you must backspace

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trashcans

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sentimentalise

  • verb make (someone or something) sentimental or imbue with sentimental qualities
    sentimentalize.
    • Too much poetry sentimentalizes the mind
    • These experiences have sentimentalized her
  • verb look at with sentimentality or turn into an object of sentiment
    sentimentalize.
    • Don't sentimentalize the past events

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frontward

  • adverb at or to or toward the front; (`forrad' and `forrard' are dialectal variations)
    forrad; forwards; forrard; forward; frontwards.
    • he faced forward
    • step forward
    • she practiced sewing backward as well as frontward on her new sewing machine

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rhapsodise

  • verb recite a rhapsody
    rhapsodize.
  • verb say (something) with great enthusiasm
    rhapsodize.

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slue

  • verb turn sharply; change direction abruptly
    swerve; cut; veer; trend; curve; sheer; slew.
    • The car cut to the left at the intersection
    • The motorbike veered to the right
  • verb move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner
    slew; slide; skid; slip.
    • the wheels skidded against the sidewalk

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aah

  • verb express admiration and pleasure by uttering `ooh' or `aah'
    ooh.
    • They oohed and aahed when they unwrapped the presents

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whelm

  • verb overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
    overtake; overwhelm; overpower; overcome; sweep over.

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slubber

To do lazily, imperfectly, or coarsely.
Slubber not business for my sake. Shak.

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chessboard

  • noun a checkerboard used to play chess
    chess board.

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dustsheet

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zealousness

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saucepot

  • noun a cooking pot that has handles on either side and tight fitting lid; used for stewing or boiling

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thataway

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baggy

  • adjective satellite not fitting closely; hanging loosely
    sloppy; loose-fitting.
    • baggy trousers
    • a loose-fitting blouse is comfortable in hot weather

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fettuccini

  • noun pasta in flat strips wider than linguine
    fettuccine.

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bearish

  • adjective satellite expecting prices to fall

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appraising

  • adjective satellite exercising or involving careful evaluations
    evaluative.
    • looked him over with an appraising eye
    • the literary judge uses many evaluative terms
  • verb evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of
    evaluate; measure; value; assess; valuate; appraise.
    • I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional
    • access all the factors when taking a risk

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aah

  • verb express admiration and pleasure by uttering `ooh' or `aah'
    ooh.
    • They oohed and aahed when they unwrapped the presents

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pasteboard

  • noun stiff cardboard made by pasting together layers of paper

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limber

  • noun a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle used to pull a field gun or caisson
  • verb attach the limber
    limber up.
    • limber a cannon

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espresso

  • noun strong black coffee brewed by forcing hot water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans

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chuckhole

  • noun a pit or hole produced by wear or weathering (especially in a road surface)
    pothole.

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rhapsodise

  • verb recite a rhapsody
    rhapsodize.
  • verb say (something) with great enthusiasm
    rhapsodize.

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whelm

  • verb overcome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli
    overtake; overwhelm; overpower; overcome; sweep over.

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lank

  • adjective satellite long and thin and often limp
    • grown lank with fasting
    • lank mousy hair
  • adjective satellite long and lean
    spindly.

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leapfrog

  • noun advancing as if in the child's game, by leaping over obstacles or competitors
    • the company still believes the chip is a leapfrog in integration and will pay huge dividends
  • noun a game in which one child bends down and another leaps over

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deadfalls

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nitpick

  • verb be overly critical; criticize minor details

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steamroll

  • verb bring to a specified state by overwhelming force or pressure
    steamroller.
    • The Senator steamrollered the bill to defeat
  • verb proceed with great force
    steamroller.
    • The new teacher tends to steamroller

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criminous

Criminal; involving great crime or grave charges; very wicked; heinous. Obs. Holland. -- Crim"i*nous*ly, adv.. -- Crim"i*nous*ness,n. Obs.

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rhapsodise

  • verb recite a rhapsody
    rhapsodize.
  • verb say (something) with great enthusiasm
    rhapsodize.

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potholed

  • adjective satellite used of paved surfaces having holes or pits
    pocked; pockmarked.

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super

  • noun a caretaker for an apartment house; represents the owner as janitor and rent collector
    superintendent.
  • adjective satellite of the highest quality
    first-rate; ace; tops; topnotch; A-one; top-notch; crack; tiptop.
    • an ace reporter
    • a crack shot
    • a first-rate golfer
    • a super party
    • played top-notch tennis
    • an athlete in tiptop condition
    • she is absolutely tops

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eon

  • noun the longest division of geological time
    aeon.
  • noun an immeasurably long period of time
    aeon.
    • oh, that happened eons ago

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brouhaha

  • noun loud confused noise from many sources
    uproar; hubbub; katzenjammer.
  • noun a confused disturbance far greater than its cause merits

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linguine

  • noun pasta in long slender flat strips
    linguini.

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tyrannise

  • verb rule a country as a tyrant
    tyrannize; grind down.
  • verb rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner
    tyrannize; domineer.
    • her husband and mother-in-law tyrannize her

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unsounded

  • adjective satellite situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed
    unplumbed; unfathomed; profound.
    • the profound depths of the sea
    • the dark unfathomed caves of ocean"-Thomas Gray
    • unplumbed depths of the sea
    • remote and unsounded caverns
  • adjective satellite not made to sound
    silent.
    • the silent `h' at the beginning of `honor'
    • in French certain letters are often unsounded

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agonise

  • verb cause to agonize
    agonize.
  • verb suffer agony or anguish
    agonize.

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kennewick

  • noun a town in southern Washington on the Columbia River

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rhapsodise

  • verb recite a rhapsody
    rhapsodize.
  • verb say (something) with great enthusiasm
    rhapsodize.

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crowdedness

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steamroller

  • noun a massive inexorable force that seems to crush everything in its way
    juggernaut.
  • noun vehicle equipped with heavy wide smooth rollers for compacting roads and pavements
    road roller.

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unperfect

To mar or destroy the perfection of. Obs. Sir P. Sidney.

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mouse

  • noun any of numerous small rodents typically resembling diminutive rats having pointed snouts and small ears on elongated bodies with slender usually hairless tails
  • noun a swollen bruise caused by a blow to the eye
    black eye; shiner.

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barbell

  • noun a bar to which heavy discs are attached at each end; used in weightlifting

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flypast

  • noun a flight at a low altitude (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground
    fly-by; flyover.

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ebonics

  • noun a nonstandard form of American English characteristically spoken by African Americans in the United States
    Black Vernacular English; Black English Vernacular; African American Vernacular English; Black Vernacular; African American English; AAVE; Black English.

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loweringly

  • adverb in a menacing or scowling way
    • he looked up loweringly

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timescales

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agonize

  • verb cause to agonize
    agonise.
  • verb suffer agony or anguish
    agonise.

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tremble

  • noun a reflex motion caused by cold or fear or excitement
    shiver; shake.
  • verb move or jerk quickly and involuntarily up and down or sideways
    • His hands were trembling when he signed the document

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domineer

  • verb rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner
    tyrannize; tyrannise.
    • her husband and mother-in-law tyrannize her

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monolingual

  • noun a person who knows only one language
  • adjective using or knowing only one language
    • monolingual speakers
    • a monolingual dictionary

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hydroplane

  • noun an airplane that can land on or take off from water
    seaplane.
    • the designer of marine aircraft demonstrated his newest hydroplane
  • noun a speedboat that is equipped with winglike structures that lift it so that it skims the water at high speeds
    hydrofoil.
    • the museum houses a replica of the jet hydroplane that broke the record

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spill

  • noun liquid that is spilled
    • clean up the spills
  • noun a channel that carries excess water over or around a dam or other obstruction
    wasteweir; spillway.

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woundily

In a woundy manner; excessively; woundy. Obs.

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phanerozoic

  • noun the period from about 5,400 million years ago until the present
    Phanerozoic aeon; Phanerozoic eon.

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helicopter

  • noun an aircraft without wings that obtains its lift from the rotation of overhead blades
    eggbeater; whirlybird; chopper.

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inessential

  • noun anything that is not essential
    nonessential.
    • they discarded all their inessentials
  • adjective not basic or fundamental
    unessential.

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ladyfinger

  • noun small finger-shaped sponge cake

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sashay

  • noun a square dance figure; partners circle each other taking sideways steps
  • noun (ballet) quick gliding steps with one foot always leading
    chasse.

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nonnavigable

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courier

  • noun a person who carries a message
    messenger.

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dustup

  • noun an angry dispute
    run-in; wrangle; words; quarrel; row.
    • they had a quarrel
    • they had words

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antimatter

  • noun matter consisting of elementary particles that are the antiparticles of those making up normal substances

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dustsheets

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undemocratically

  • adverb in an undemocratic manner
    • undemocratically, he made all the important decisions without his colleagues

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hopscotch

  • noun a game in which a child tosses a stone into an area drawn on the ground and then hops through it and back to regain the stone

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throw

  • noun the act of throwing (propelling something with a rapid movement of the arm and wrist)
    • the catcher made a good throw to second base
  • noun a single chance or instance
    • he couldn't afford $50 a throw

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slaver

  • noun a person engaged in slave trade
    slave dealer; slave trader.
  • noun someone who holds slaves
    slave owner; slaveholder.

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steeple

  • noun a tall tower that forms the superstructure of a building (usually a church or temple) and that tapers to a point at the top
    spire.

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amortise

  • verb liquidate gradually
    amortize.

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origenism

(Eccl. Hist.) The opinions of Origen of Alexandria, who lived in the 3d century, one of the most learned of the Greek Fathers. Prominent in his teaching was the doctrine that all created beings, including Satan, will ultimately be saved.

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haggle

  • noun an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining)
    wrangling; haggling; wrangle.
  • verb wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.)
    chaffer; higgle; huckster.
    • Let's not haggle over a few dollars

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sawhorse

  • noun a framework for holding wood that is being sawed
    buck; horse; sawbuck.

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tyrannize

  • verb rule a country as a tyrant
    tyrannise; grind down.
  • verb rule or exercise power over (somebody) in a cruel and autocratic manner
    tyrannise; domineer.
    • her husband and mother-in-law tyrannize her

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interphone

  • noun a telephonic intercommunication system linking different rooms in a building or ship etc

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atwitter

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lifesize

  • adjective satellite being of the same size as an original
    life-sized; life-size; full-size.
    • a life-size sculpture

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cab

  • noun a compartment at the front of a motor vehicle or locomotive where driver sits
  • noun small two-wheeled horse-drawn carriage; with two seats and a folding hood
    cabriolet.

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loudspeaker

  • noun electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
    speaker unit; loudspeaker system; speaker; speaker system.

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kerfuffle

  • noun a disorderly outburst or tumult
    to-do; disturbance; hurly burly; commotion; disruption; hoo-ha; hoo-hah; flutter.
    • they were amazed by the furious disturbance they had caused

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intercom

  • noun a communication system linking different rooms within a building or ship etc
    intercommunication system.

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worriment

  • noun a difficulty that causes anxiety
    troublesomeness; inconvenience.

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curbstone

  • noun a paving stone forming part of a curb
    kerbstone.

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steamroll

  • verb bring to a specified state by overwhelming force or pressure
    steamroller.
    • The Senator steamrollered the bill to defeat
  • verb proceed with great force
    steamroller.
    • The new teacher tends to steamroller

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power

  • noun possession of controlling influence
    powerfulness.
    • the deterrent power of nuclear weapons
    • the power of his love saved her
    • his powerfulness was concealed by a gentle facade
  • noun (physics) the rate of doing work; measured in watts (= joules/second)

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fuzz

  • noun filamentous hairlike growth on a plant
    hair; tomentum.
    • peach fuzz
  • noun uncomplimentary terms for a policeman
    pig; cop; copper; bull.

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tackler

  • noun a football player who tackles the ball carrier

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gloze

To flatter; to wheedle; to fawn; to talk smoothly. Chaucer.
A false, glozing parasite. South.
So glozed the tempter, and his proem tuned. Milton.

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investiture

  • noun the ceremony of installing a new monarch
    enthronization; enthronement; coronation; enthronisation.
  • noun the ceremonial act of clothing someone in the insignia of an office; the formal promotion of a person to an office or rank
    investment.

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steamroll

  • verb bring to a specified state by overwhelming force or pressure
    steamroller.
    • The Senator steamrollered the bill to defeat
  • verb proceed with great force
    steamroller.
    • The new teacher tends to steamroller

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unshielded

  • adjective satellite (used especially of machinery) not protected by a shield

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