spectacle: Associated Words
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  • woefullest
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  • ravissant
    (Her.) In a half-raised position, as if about to spring on prey.
  • unedifying
    • adjective not edifying
      unenlightening.

  • enthralls
    • verb hold spellbound
      ravish; delight; enthral; enrapture; enchant; transport.

  • ruthful
    • adjective satellite feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
      rueful; remorseful; contrite.

  • magnifiers
    • noun a scientific instrument that magnifies an image

  • anisometropic
    • adjective relating to a difference in the refractive power of the two eyes

  • wearers
    • noun a person who wears or carries or displays something as a body covering or accessory
      • the wearer of the crown

  • butcherly
    • adjective satellite poorly done
      botchy; unskillful.
      • a botchy piece of work
      • it was an unskillful attempt
    • adjective satellite accompanied by bloodshed
      gory; sanguineous; sanguinary; slaughterous.
      • this bitter and sanguinary war

  • fibulae
    • noun the outer and thinner of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and ankle
      calf bone.

  • fulgent
    • adjective satellite shining intensely
      blinding; dazzling; blazing; glary; glaring.
      • the blazing sun
      • blinding headlights
      • dazzling snow
      • fulgent patterns of sunlight
      • the glaring sun

  • lynchings
    • verb kill without legal sanction
      • The blood-thirsty mob lynched the alleged killer of the child

  • candled
    • noun stick of wax with a wick in the middle
      wax light; taper.
    • noun the basic unit of luminous intensity adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites; equal to 1/60 of the luminous intensity per square centimeter of a black body radiating at the temperature of 2,046 degrees Kelvin
      candela; standard candle; cd.

  • overcorrection
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  • aphakic
    • noun someone afflicted by aphakia; someone lacking the natural lenses of the eyes
    • adjective of or relating to or afflicted with aphakia

  • magnifier
    • noun a scientific instrument that magnifies an image

  • blither
    • verb to talk foolishly
      babble; blather; smatter; blether.
      • The two women babbled and crooned at the baby
    • adjective satellite lacking or showing a lack of due concern
      blithe.
      • spoke with blithe ignorance of the true situation

  • lenses
    • noun a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
      lens system; lense.
    • noun genus of small erect or climbing herbs with pinnate leaves and small inconspicuous white flowers and small flattened pods: lentils
      genus Lens.

  • undraped
    • adjective satellite stripped of drapery
      • the undraped statue
    • verb strip something of drapery
      undrape.

  • vivant
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  • saddening
    • verb make unhappy
      • The news of her death saddened me
    • verb come to feel sad

  • magnification
    • noun the act of expanding something in apparent size
    • noun the ratio of the size of an image to the size of the object

  • voyeuristic
    • adjective of or relating to voyeurs or voyeurism
      voyeuristical.
      • his voyeuristic pleasures

  • blur
    • noun a hazy or indistinct representation
      fuzz.
      • it happened so fast it was just a blur
      • he tried to clear his head of the whisky fuzz
    • verb become glassy; lose clear vision
      glaze over; film over.
      • Her eyes glazed over from lack of sleep

  • phantasmagoric
    • adjective satellite characterized by fantastic imagery and incongruous juxtapositions
      phantasmagorical; surrealistic; surreal.
      • a great concourse of phantasmagoric shadows"--J.C.Powys
      • the incongruous imagery in surreal art and literature

  • appals
    • verb strike with disgust or revulsion
      scandalize; shock; appall; scandalise; outrage; offend.
      • The scandalous behavior of this married woman shocked her friends
    • verb fill with apprehension or alarm; cause to be unpleasantly surprised
      horrify; dismay; alarm; appall.
      • I was horrified at the thought of being late for my interview
      • The news of the executions horrified us

  • piteous
    • adjective satellite deserving or inciting pity
      poor; wretched; pathetic; pitiable; misfortunate; miserable; pitiful; hapless.
      • a hapless victim
      • miserable victims of war
      • the shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic"- Galsworthy
      • piteous appeals for help
      • pitiable homeless children
      • a pitiful fate
      • Oh, you poor thing
      • his poor distorted limbs
      • a wretched life

  • lens
    • noun a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
      lens system; lense.
    • noun genus of small erect or climbing herbs with pinnate leaves and small inconspicuous white flowers and small flattened pods: lentils
      genus Lens.

  • fairylike
    Resembling a fairy, or what is made or done be fairies; as, fairylike music.
  • lynching
    • noun putting a person to death by mob action without due process of law
    • verb kill without legal sanction
      lynch.
      • The blood-thirsty mob lynched the alleged killer of the child

  • edifying
    • adjective enlightening or uplifting so as to encourage intellectual or moral improvement
      enlightening.
      • the paintings in the church served an edifying purpose even for those who could not read
    • verb make understand
      edify; enlighten.
      • Can you enlighten me--I don't understand this proposal

  • frames
    • noun the framework for a pair of eyeglasses
    • noun a single one of a series of still transparent pictures forming a cinema, television or video film

  • gladiatorial
    • adjective of or relating to or resembling gladiators or their combat
      • gladiatorial combats

  • unfold
    • verb develop or come to a promising stage
      blossom; blossom out; blossom forth.
      • Youth blossomed into maturity
    • verb open to the view
      • A walk through town will unfold many interesting buildings

  • ghastliest
    • adjective satellite shockingly repellent; inspiring horror
      macabre; grisly; sick; gruesome; grim.
      • ghastly wounds
      • the grim aftermath of the bombing
      • the grim task of burying the victims
      • a grisly murder
      • gruesome evidence of human sacrifice
      • macabre tales of war and plague in the Middle ages
      • macabre tortures conceived by madmen
    • adjective satellite gruesomely indicative of death or the dead
      sepulchral; charnel.
      • a charnel smell came from the chest filled with dead men's bones
      • ghastly shrieks
      • the sepulchral darkness of the catacombs

  • unfolding
    • noun a developmental process
      flowering.
      • the flowering of antebellum culture
    • verb develop or come to a promising stage
      blossom; unfold; blossom out; blossom forth.
      • Youth blossomed into maturity

  • heartrending
    • adjective satellite causing or marked by grief or anguish
      heartbreaking; grievous.
      • a grievous loss
      • a grievous cry
      • her sigh was heartbreaking
      • the heartrending words of Rabin's granddaughter

  • unfolded
    • verb develop or come to a promising stage
      blossom; blossom out; blossom forth.
      • Youth blossomed into maturity
    • verb open to the view
      • A walk through town will unfold many interesting buildings

  • grisly
    • adjective satellite shockingly repellent; inspiring horror
      macabre; ghastly; sick; gruesome; grim.
      • ghastly wounds
      • the grim aftermath of the bombing
      • the grim task of burying the victims
      • a grisly murder
      • gruesome evidence of human sacrifice
      • macabre tales of war and plague in the Middle ages
      • macabre tortures conceived by madmen

  • correction
    • noun the act of offering an improvement to replace a mistake; setting right
      rectification.
    • noun a quantity that is added or subtracted in order to increase the accuracy of a scientific measure
      fudge factor.

  • sorrier
    • adjective feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone
      bad; regretful.
      • felt regretful over his vanished youth
      • regretful over mistakes she had made
      • he felt bad about breaking the vase
    • adjective satellite bad; unfortunate
      distressing; sad; pitiful; lamentable; deplorable.
      • my finances were in a deplorable state
      • a lamentable decision
      • her clothes were in sad shape
      • a sorry state of affairs

  • staged
    • adjective written for or performed on the stage
      • a staged version of the novel
    • verb perform (a play), especially on a stage
      represent; present; stage.
      • we are going to stage `Othello'

  • sorriest
    • adjective feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone
      bad; regretful.
      • felt regretful over his vanished youth
      • regretful over mistakes she had made
      • he felt bad about breaking the vase
    • adjective satellite bad; unfortunate
      distressing; sad; pitiful; lamentable; deplorable.
      • my finances were in a deplorable state
      • a lamentable decision
      • her clothes were in sad shape
      • a sorry state of affairs

  • prescription
    • noun directions prescribed beforehand; the action of prescribing authoritative rules or directions
      • I tried to follow her prescription for success
    • noun a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist
      prescription medicine; prescription drug; ethical drug.
      • he told the doctor that he had been taking his prescription regularly

  • horrifying
    • adjective satellite provoking horror
      frightful; ugly; atrocious; horrible.
      • an atrocious automobile accident
      • a frightful crime of decapitation
      • an alarming, even horrifying, picture
      • war is beyond all words horrible"- Winston Churchill
      • an ugly wound
    • verb fill with apprehension or alarm; cause to be unpleasantly surprised
      horrify; dismay; alarm; appall; appal.
      • I was horrified at the thought of being late for my interview
      • The news of the executions horrified us

  • reawakens
    • verb awaken once again

  • pitiable
    • adjective satellite inspiring mixed contempt and pity
      pitiful; pathetic.
      • their efforts were pathetic
      • pitiable lack of character
      • pitiful exhibition of cowardice
    • adjective satellite deserving or inciting pity
      poor; wretched; pathetic; piteous; misfortunate; miserable; pitiful; hapless.
      • a hapless victim
      • miserable victims of war
      • the shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic"- Galsworthy
      • piteous appeals for help
      • pitiable homeless children
      • a pitiful fate
      • Oh, you poor thing
      • his poor distorted limbs
      • a wretched life

  • refraction
    • noun the change in direction of a propagating wave (light or sound) when passing from one medium to another
    • noun the amount by which a propagating wave is bent
      deflexion; deflection.

  • gruesome
    • adjective satellite shockingly repellent; inspiring horror
      macabre; grisly; ghastly; sick; grim.
      • ghastly wounds
      • the grim aftermath of the bombing
      • the grim task of burying the victims
      • a grisly murder
      • gruesome evidence of human sacrifice
      • macabre tales of war and plague in the Middle ages
      • macabre tortures conceived by madmen

  • unfolds
    • verb develop or come to a promising stage
      blossom; blossom out; blossom forth.
      • Youth blossomed into maturity
    • verb open to the view
      • A walk through town will unfold many interesting buildings

  • tragicomic
    • adjective of or relating to or characteristic of tragicomedy
      • a playwright specializing in tragicomic drama
    • adjective satellite manifesting both tragic and comic aspects
      tragicomical.
      • the tragicomic disparity...between's man's aspirations and his accomplishments"- B.R.Redman

  • portended
    • verb indicate by signs
      omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
      • These signs bode bad news

  • gory
    • adjective satellite covered with blood
      bloodstained.
      • a bloodstained shirt
      • a gory dagger
    • adjective satellite accompanied by bloodshed
      sanguineous; sanguinary; slaughterous; butcherly.
      • this bitter and sanguinary war

  • extraordinaire
    • adjective satellite extraordinary in a particular capacity
      • a woodworker extraordinaire
      • a self-starter extraordinaire

  • sublimer
    • verb vaporize and then condense right back again
      sublimate.
    • verb change or cause to change directly from a solid into a vapor without first melting
      sublimate.
      • sublime iodine
      • some salts sublime when heated

  • rims
    • noun the shape of a raised edge of a more or less circular object
    • noun (basketball) the hoop from which the net is suspended
      • the ball hit the rim and bounced off

  • dismaying
    • adjective satellite causing consternation
      appalling.
      • appalling conditions
    • verb lower someone's spirits; make downhearted
      depress; dispirit; dismay; deject; demoralise; get down; cast down; demoralize.
      • These news depressed her
      • The bad state of her child's health demoralizes her

  • grander
    • noun the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100
      yard; G; thou; thousand; M; chiliad; one thousand; K; 1000.
    • noun a piano with the strings on a horizontal harp-shaped frame; usually supported by three legs
      grand piano.

  • widescreen
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  • wearer
    • noun a person who wears or carries or displays something as a body covering or accessory
      • the wearer of the crown



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Collocation words for "spectacle" are words related to "spectacle" by occurring either before (prefix words) or after "spectacle" (suffix words) in common language usage across multiple media. The words assembled above can be filtered by parts of speech (i.e) nouns, verbs, describing adjectives and adverbs, or by their positive or negative vibes, frequency in usage, whether they are prefix words or suffix words for "spectacle" or by the count of syllables each word has.