papists: Associated Words
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  • jesuited
    Conforming to the principles of the Jesuits. Milton.
  • whiles
    • noun a period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition
      spell; piece; patch.
      • he was here for a little while
      • I need to rest for a piece
      • a spell of good weather
      • a patch of bad weather

  • capacitating
    • verb make legally capable or qualify in law
    • verb cause (spermatozoa) to undergo the physical changes necessary to fertilize an egg

  • irreverently
    • adverb without respect
      • the student irreverently mimicked the teacher in his presence
    • adverb in an irreverent manner; clergymen had been turned from their cures, and churches irreverently used"
      • in the seventeenth century England had known fifty years of doctrinal quarrels and civil war

  • anathematise
    • verb curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment
      accurse; execrate; anathemise; comminate; anathemize; anathematize.

  • ravishing
    • adjective satellite stunningly beautiful
      • a ravishing blonde
    • verb force (someone) to have sex against their will
      violate; ravish; dishonor; assault; dishonour; outrage; rape.
      • The woman was raped on her way home at night

  • shoed
    • adjective wearing footgear
      shodden; shod.
    • verb furnish with shoes
      shoe.
      • the children were well shoed

  • idolaters
    • noun a person who worships idols
      idolizer; idol worshiper; idoliser.

  • pestilent
    • adjective satellite exceedingly harmful
      deadly; baneful; pernicious.
    • adjective satellite likely to spread and cause an epidemic disease
      pestilential; plaguey; pestiferous.
      • a pestilential malignancy in the air"- Jonathan Swift
      • plaguey fevers

  • exercising
    • noun the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit
      workout; physical exertion; exercise; physical exercise.
      • the doctor recommended regular exercise
      • he did some exercising
      • the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit
    • verb put to use
      exercise; exert.
      • exert one's power or influence

  • recusant
    • noun someone who refuses to conform to established standards of conduct
      nonconformist.
    • adjective satellite (of Catholics) refusing to attend services of the Church of England
      dissentient.

  • excepted
    • verb take exception to
      demur.
      • he demurred at my suggestion to work on Saturday
    • verb prevent from being included or considered or accepted
      take out; omit; leave off; leave out; exclude.
      • The bad results were excluded from the report
      • Leave off the top piece

  • bigoted
    • adjective satellite blindly and obstinately attached to some creed or opinion and intolerant toward others
      • a bigoted person
      • an outrageously bigoted point of view

  • doe
    • noun mature female of mammals of which the male is called `buck'
    • noun the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
      Energy Department; Department of Energy; Energy.

  • disarming
    • noun act of reducing or depriving of arms
      disarmament.
      • the disarmament of the aggressor nations must be complete
    • verb remove offensive capability from
      demilitarise; disarm; demilitarize.

  • allege
    • 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

  • disabling
    • adjective satellite that cripples or disables or incapacitates
      crippling; incapacitating.
      • a crippling injury
    • verb make unable to perform a certain action
      disenable; disable; incapacitate.
      • disable this command on your computer

  • boast
    • noun speaking of yourself in superlatives
      self-praise; boasting; jactitation.
    • verb show off
      blow; gasconade; gas; brag; tout; swash; bluster; shoot a line; vaunt.

  • benighted
    • adjective satellite overtaken by night or darkness
      nighted.
      • benighted (or nighted) travelers hurrying toward home
    • verb overtake with darkness or night
      benight.

  • themselves
    The plural of himself, herself, and itself. See Himself, Herself, Itself.
  • idolatrous
    • adjective relating to or practicing idolatry
      • idolatrous worship
    • adjective satellite blindly or excessively devoted or adoring

  • affirm
    • verb establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts
      substantiate; support; confirm; corroborate; sustain.
      • his story confirmed my doubts
      • The evidence supports the defendant
    • verb to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true
      avow; verify; swan; assert; swear; aver.
      • Before God I swear I am innocent

  • bloodthirsty
    • adjective satellite marked by eagerness to resort to violence and bloodshed
      bloody-minded; sanguinary.
      • bloody-minded tyrants
      • bloodthirsty yells
      • went after the collaborators with a sanguinary fury that drenched the land with blood"-G.W.Johnson

  • flocked
    • noun a church congregation guided by a pastor
    • noun a group of birds

  • reputed
    • noun the state of being held in high esteem and honor
      reputation.
    • verb look on as or consider
      regard as; take to be; look upon; think of; esteem; look on.
      • she looked on this affair as a joke
      • He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician
      • He is reputed to be intelligent

  • pretend
    • noun the enactment of a pretense
      make-believe.
      • it was just pretend
    • verb make believe with the intent to deceive
      affect; feign; dissemble; sham.
      • He feigned that he was ill
      • He shammed a headache

  • harbouring
    • noun a sheltered port where ships can take on or discharge cargo
      harbor; haven; seaport.
    • noun a place of refuge and comfort and security
      harbor.

  • falsely
    • adverb in an insincerely false manner
      • a seduction on my part would land us with the necessity to rise, bathe and dress, chat falsely about this and that, and emerge into the rest of the evening as though nothing had happened
    • adverb in an incorrect manner
      incorrectly.
      • to credit Lister with the first formulation of the basic principle of stratigraphy would be to bestow credit falsely

  • irish
    Of or pertaining to Ireland or to its inhabitants; produced in Ireland.
  • inveighed
    • verb complain bitterly
      rail.
    • verb speak against in an impassioned manner
      declaim.
      • he declaimed against the wasteful ways of modern society

  • trafficking
    • noun the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
    • noun buying and selling; especially illicit trade

  • teach
    • verb impart skills or knowledge to
      instruct; learn.
      • I taught them French
      • He instructed me in building a boat
    • noun an English pirate who operated in the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of North America (died in 1718)
      Thatch; Edward Teach; Edward Thatch; Blackbeard.

  • persecuting
    • verb cause to suffer
      oppress.
      • Jews were persecuted in the former Soviet Union

  • compared
    • noun qualities that are comparable
      comparison; equivalence; comparability.
      • no comparison between the two books
      • beyond compare
    • verb examine and note the similarities or differences of
      • John compared his haircut to his friend's
      • We compared notes after we had both seen the movie

  • oxonian
    Of or relating to the city or the university of Oxford, England. Macaulay.
  • profess
    • verb practice as a profession, teach, or claim to be knowledgeable about
      • She professes organic chemistry
    • verb confess one's faith in, or allegiance to
      • The terrorists professed allegiance to their country
      • he professes to be a Communist

  • obstinate
    • verb persist stubbornly
      • he obstinates himself against all rational arguments
    • adjective tenaciously unwilling or marked by tenacious unwillingness to yield
      stubborn; unregenerate.

  • alike
    • adjective having the same or similar characteristics
      similar; like.
      • all politicians are alike
      • they looked utterly alike
      • friends are generally alike in background and taste
    • adverb equally
      likewise.
      • parents and teachers alike demanded reforms

  • professed
    • adjective satellite professing to be qualified
      • a professed philosopher
    • verb practice as a profession, teach, or claim to be knowledgeable about
      profess.
      • She professes organic chemistry

  • assert
    • verb state categorically
      asseverate; maintain.
    • verb to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true
      avow; affirm; verify; swan; swear; aver.
      • Before God I swear I am innocent

  • deluded
    • verb be false to; be dishonest with
      cozen; lead on; deceive.

  • candidly
    • adverb (used as intensives reflecting the speaker's attitude) it is sincerely the case that
      honestly; frankly.
      • honestly, I don't believe it
      • candidly, I think she doesn't have a conscience
      • frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn

  • zealous
    • adjective satellite marked by active interest and enthusiasm
      avid.
      • an avid sports fan

  • externally
    • adverb on or from the outside
      • the candidate needs to be externally evaluated
    • adverb with respect to the outside
      outwardly.
      • outwardly, the figure is smooth

  • inoffensive
    • adjective not causing anger or annoyance
      unoffending.
      • inoffensive behavior
    • adjective giving no offense
      • a quiet inoffensive man
      • a refreshing inoffensive stimulant

  • err
    • verb to make a mistake or be incorrect
      slip; mistake.
    • verb wander from a direct course or at random
      drift; stray.
      • The child strayed from the path and her parents lost sight of her
      • don't drift from the set course

  • disarm
    • verb remove offensive capability from
      demilitarise; demilitarize.
    • verb make less hostile; win over
      • Her charm disarmed the prosecution lawyer completely

  • deny
    • verb declare untrue; contradict
      • He denied the allegations
      • She denied that she had taken money
    • verb refuse to accept or believe
      • He denied his fatal illness

  • obdurate
    • adjective satellite stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing
      unrepentant; obstinate; cussed.
    • adjective satellite showing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings
      flint; flinty; granitic; stony.
      • his flinty gaze
      • the child's misery would move even the most obdurate heart

  • partake
    • verb have some of the qualities or attributes of something
    • verb have, give, or receive a share of
      partake in; share.
      • We shared the cake

  • favouring
    • noun a feeling of favorable regard
      favor.
    • noun an inclination to approve
      favor.
      • that style is in favor this season

  • call
    • noun a telephone connection
      telephone call; phone call.
      • she reported several anonymous calls
      • he placed a phone call to London
      • he heard the phone ringing but didn't want to take the call
    • noun a special disposition (as if from a divine source) to pursue a particular course
      • he was disappointed that he had not heard the Call

  • blinded
    • adjective satellite deprived of sight
    • verb render unable to see
      blind.

  • abhor
    • verb find repugnant
      abominate; execrate; loathe.
      • I loathe that man
      • She abhors cats

  • superstitious
    • adjective satellite showing ignorance of the laws of nature and faith in magic or chance
      • finally realized that the horror he felt was superstitious in origin

  • seize
    • verb take hold of; grab
      clutch; prehend.
      • The sales clerk quickly seized the money on the counter
      • She clutched her purse
      • The mother seized her child by the arm
      • Birds of prey often seize small mammals
    • verb take or capture by force
      • The terrorists seized the politicians
      • The rebels threaten to seize civilian hostages

  • disguised
    • adjective satellite having its true character concealed with the intent of misleading
      cloaked; masked.
      • hidden agenda
      • masked threat
    • verb make unrecognizable
      disguise; mask.
      • The herb masks the garlic taste
      • We disguised our faces before robbing the bank

  • against
    Abreast; opposite to; facing; towards; as, against the mouth of a river; -- in this sense often preceded by over.
    Jacob saw the angels of God come against him. Tyndale.

  • divers
    • adjective satellite many and different
      diverse.
      • tourist offices of divers nationalities
      • a person of diverse talents
    • noun someone who works underwater
      frogman; underwater diver; diver.

  • hold
    • noun the act of grasping
      grip; clutches; clutch; clench; grasp; clasp.
      • he released his clasp on my arm
      • he has a strong grip for an old man
      • she kept a firm hold on the railing
    • noun understanding of the nature or meaning or quality or magnitude of something
      grasp; appreciation.
      • he has a good grasp of accounting practices



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