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unbed

To raise or rouse from bed.
Eels unbed themselves and stir at the noise of thunder. Waton.

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betitle

To furnish with a title or titles; to entitle. Obs. Carlyle.

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refractory

  • noun lining consisting of material with a high melting point; used to line the inside walls of a furnace
    furnace lining.
  • adjective satellite not responding to treatment
    stubborn.
    • a stubborn infection
    • a refractory case of acne
    • stubborn rust stains

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reaccommodated

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incorrupt

  • adjective free of corruption or immorality
    • a policeman who was incorrupt and incorruptible
  • adjective satellite free of corruption or immorality

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reaccustom

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illaudable

Not laudable; not praise-worthy; worthy of censure or disapprobation. Milton. -- Il*laud"a*bly, adv. Obs. Broome.

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reacclimate

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recuse

  • verb disqualify oneself (as a judge) in a particular case
  • verb challenge or except to a judge as being incompetent or interested, in canon and civil law

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unoperative

Producing no effect; inoperative. Obs. South.

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disaccustom

To destroy the force of habit in; to wean from a custom. Johnson.

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sensible

  • adjective showing reason or sound judgment
    reasonable.
    • a sensible choice
    • a sensible person
  • adjective able to feel or perceive
    sensitive.
    • even amoeba are sensible creatures
    • the more sensible parts of the skin

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thralling

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embay

To bathe; to soothe or lull as by bathing. Obs. Spenser.

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disinvolve

  • verb free from involvement or entanglement
    disembroil; disentangle.
    • How can I disentangle myself from her personal affairs?

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ensnarl

  • verb entangle or catch in (or as if in) a mesh
    mesh; enmesh.

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reingratiate

To ingratiate again or anew. Sir. T. Herbert.

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whipsaw

  • noun a saw with handles at both ends; intended for use by two people
    lumberman's saw; two-man saw; two-handed saw.
  • verb victimize, especially in gambling or negotiations

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masculinise

  • verb produce virilism in or cause to assume masculine characteristics, as through a hormonal imbalance or hormone therapy
    virilise; virilize; masculinize.
    • the drugs masculinized the teenage girl

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pretty

  • adjective satellite pleasing by delicacy or grace; not imposing
    • pretty girl
    • pretty song
    • pretty room
  • adjective satellite (used ironically) unexpectedly bad
    • a pretty mess
    • a pretty kettle of fish

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misconduct

  • noun bad or dishonest management by persons supposed to act on another's behalf
  • noun activity that transgresses moral or civil law
    wrongful conduct; wrongdoing; actus reus.
    • he denied any wrongdoing

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bemire

  • verb make soiled, filthy, or dirty
    begrime; soil; grime; dirty; colly.
    • don't soil your clothes when you play outside!

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loincloth

  • noun a garment that provides covering for the loins
    breechclout; breechcloth.

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reacquaint

  • verb familiarize anew
    • We reacquainted ourselves with this technique

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impregnably

  • adverb in an impregnable manner
    • the sight of that bland, impregnably righteous face has been enough to make their blood run cold

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disaffiliating

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outgunned

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bosom

  • noun the chest considered as the place where secret thoughts are kept
    • his bosom was bursting with the secret
  • noun a person's breast or chest

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creditably

  • adverb to a tolerably worthy extent
    respectably.
    • he did respectably well for his age

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overexert

  • verb exert (oneself) excessively and go beyond one's strength
    • don't overexert yourself when exercising!

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sacrificial

  • adjective used in or connected with a sacrifice
    • sacrificial lamb

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overexert

  • verb exert (oneself) excessively and go beyond one's strength
    • don't overexert yourself when exercising!

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ghoulish

  • adjective satellite suggesting the horror of death and decay
    morbid.
    • morbid details

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prim

  • verb assume a prim appearance
    • They mince and prim
  • verb contract one's lips
    • She primmed her lips after every bite of food

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durable

  • adjective satellite existing for a long time
    long-lived; long-lasting; lasting.
    • hopes for a durable peace
    • a long-lasting friendship
  • adjective satellite capable of withstanding wear and tear and decay
    long-wearing.
    • durable denim jeans

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rededicate

  • verb dedicate anew
    • They were asked to rededicate themselves to their country

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sartorial

  • adjective of or relating to the sartorius muscle
  • adjective of or relating to a tailor or to tailoring

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discrown

To deprive of a crown.
The end had crowned the work; it not unreasonably discrowned the workman. Motley.

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illusionist

  • noun a person with unusual powers of foresight
    visionary; seer.
  • noun someone who performs magic tricks to amuse an audience
    prestidigitator; conjurer; magician; conjuror.

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garb

  • noun clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion
    dress; attire.
    • formal attire
    • battle dress
  • verb provide with clothes or put clothes on
    enclothe; garment; fit out; raiment; apparel; habilitate; dress; tog; clothe.
    • Parents must feed and dress their child

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wily

  • adjective satellite marked by skill in deception
    tricky; knavish; sly; slick; foxy; guileful; tricksy; dodgy; crafty; cunning.
    • cunning men often pass for wise
    • deep political machinations
    • a foxy scheme
    • a slick evasive answer
    • sly as a fox
    • tricky Dick
    • a wily old attorney

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domiciliate

  • verb make one's home in a particular place or community
    reside; shack; domicile.
    • may parents reside in Florida
  • verb provide housing for
    house; put up.
    • The immigrants were housed in a new development outside the town

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cymry

A collective term for the Welsh race; -- so called by themselves . Written also Cymri, Cwmry, Kymry, etc.

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reaccustomed

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condemnable

  • adjective satellite bringing or deserving severe rebuke or censure
    criminal; deplorable; vicious; reprehensible.
    • a criminal waste of talent
    • a deplorable act of violence
    • adultery is as reprehensible for a husband as for a wife

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disport

  • verb occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion
    amuse; divert.
    • The play amused the ladies
  • verb play boisterously
    rollick; cavort; romp; run around; skylark; sport; frisk; lark; lark about; frolic; gambol.
    • The children frolicked in the garden
    • the gamboling lambs in the meadows
    • The toddlers romped in the playroom

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outflank

  • verb go around the flank of (an opposing army)
    go around.
  • verb get the better of
    scoop; outdo; best; trump.
    • the goal was to best the competition

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recuse

  • verb disqualify oneself (as a judge) in a particular case
  • verb challenge or except to a judge as being incompetent or interested, in canon and civil law

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unperceivable

  • adjective impossible or difficult to perceive by the mind or senses
    imperceptible.
    • an imperceptible drop in temperature
    • an imperceptible nod
    • color is unperceivable to the touch

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reacquaint

  • verb familiarize anew
    • We reacquainted ourselves with this technique

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unentitled

  • adjective satellite having no right or entitlement
    unqualified.
    • a distinction to which he was unentitled

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ensconce

  • verb fix firmly
    settle.
    • He ensconced himself in the chair

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thereinto

Into that or this, or into that place. Bacon.
Let not them . . . enter thereinto. Luke xxi. 21.

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indemonstrable

Incapable of being demonstrated. -- In`de*mon"stra*ble*ness, n.

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perjure

  • verb knowingly tell an untruth in a legal court and render oneself guilty of perjury

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overmatch

To be more than equal to or a match for; hence, to vanquish. Drayton.

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disinterest

  • noun tolerance attributable to a lack of involvement
    neutrality.

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ineradicable

  • adjective not able to be destroyed or rooted out
    • ineradicable superstitions

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outmanoeuvre

  • verb defeat by more skillful maneuvering
    outmaneuver; outsmart.
    • The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans
    • My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations

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unrestricted

  • adjective not subject to or subjected to restriction
  • adjective satellite free of restrictions on conduct
    • I had unrestricted access

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recuse

  • verb disqualify oneself (as a judge) in a particular case
  • verb challenge or except to a judge as being incompetent or interested, in canon and civil law

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outmatch

  • verb be or do something to a greater degree
    exceed; surpass; outperform; outgo; outstrip; surmount; outdo.
    • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know
    • She outdoes all other athletes
    • This exceeds all my expectations
    • This car outperforms all others in its class

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martyrize

  • verb torture and torment like a martyr
    martyr; martyrise.

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selflessly

  • adverb in an altruistic manner
    altruistically.
    • he acted selflessly when he helped the old lady in distress

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disembogue

To pour out or discharge at the mouth, as a stream; to vent; to discharge into an ocean, a lake, etc.
Rolling down, the steep Timavs raves, And through nine channels disembogues his waves. Addison.

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sideline

  • noun a line that marks the side boundary of a playing field
    out of bounds.
  • noun an auxiliary line of merchandise

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martyr

  • noun one who suffers for the sake of principle
    sufferer.
  • noun one who voluntarily suffers death as the penalty for refusing to renounce their religion

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ostracise

  • verb expel from a community or group
    ostracize; blackball; shun; cast out; ban; banish.
  • verb avoid speaking to or dealing with
    ostracize.
    • Ever since I spoke up, my colleagues ostracize me

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embroiled

  • adjective satellite deeply involved especially in something complicated
    entangled.
    • embroiled in the conflict
    • felt unwilling entangled in their affairs
  • verb force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action
    embroil; sweep; drag; drag in; sweep up; tangle.
    • They were swept up by the events
    • don't drag me into this business

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overinsure

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pitchfork

  • noun a long-handled hand tool with sharp widely spaced prongs for lifting and pitching hay
  • verb lift with a pitchfork
    fork.
    • pitchfork hay

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ensconce

  • verb fix firmly
    settle.
    • He ensconced himself in the chair

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irreproachably

  • adverb in an irreproachable and blameless manner
    blamelessly.
    • she had lived blamelessly until she met this man

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bestir

  • verb become active
    rouse.
    • He finally bestirred himself

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unspotted

  • adjective satellite without soil or spot or stain
    unsoiled; unstained.

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somebody

  • noun a human being
    someone; soul; person; individual; mortal.
    • there was too much for one person to do

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defeminize

  • verb remove the ovaries of (female mammals such as cats)
    defeminise.

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wholeheartedly

  • adverb without reserve; without reservation
    • he adopted wholeheartedly some of the policies that he had previously criticized

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rededicate

  • verb dedicate anew
    • They were asked to rededicate themselves to their country

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uninhibited

  • adjective not inhibited or restrained
    • uninhibited exuberance

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bedizen

  • verb decorate tastelessly
  • verb dress up garishly and tastelessly
    dizen.

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outmaneuver

  • verb defeat by more skillful maneuvering
    outmanoeuvre; outsmart.
    • The English troops outmaneuvered the Germans
    • My new supervisor knows how to outmaneuver the boss in most situations

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flagellate

  • noun a usually nonphotosynthetic free-living protozoan with whiplike appendages; some are pathogens of humans and other animals
    mastigophoran; flagellate protozoan; flagellated protozoan; mastigophore.
  • verb whip
    scourge.
    • The religious fanatics flagellated themselves

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marooned

  • adjective satellite cut off or left behind
    isolated; stranded.
    • an isolated pawn
    • several stranded fish in a tide pool
    • travelers marooned by the blizzard
  • verb leave stranded or isolated with little hope of rescue
    strand; maroon.
    • the travellers were marooned

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misdemean

  • verb behave badly
    misconduct; misbehave.
    • The children misbehaved all morning

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iniquitously

  • adverb in an iniquitous manner
    • they really believed that the treaty of Versailles was iniquitously injust

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deraign

(Old Law) To prove or to refute by proof; to clear (one's self). Obs.

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agnostic

  • noun someone who is doubtful or noncommittal about something
    doubter.
  • noun a person who claims that they cannot have true knowledge about the existence of God (but does not deny that God might exist)

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disenthralling

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hoarse

  • adjective satellite deep and harsh sounding as if from shouting or illness or emotion
    gruff; husky.
    • gruff voices
    • the dog's gruff barking
    • hoarse cries
    • makes all the instruments sound powerful but husky"- Virgil Thomson

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reassort

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suicidal

  • adjective satellite dangerous to yourself or your interests
    self-destructive.
    • suicidal impulses
    • a suicidal corporate takeover strategy
    • a kamikaze pilot

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recommit

  • verb commit once again, as of a crime
  • verb commit again
    • It was recommitted into her custody

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blindside

  • verb catch unawares, especially with harmful consequences
    • The economic downturn blindsided many investors
  • verb attack or hit on or from the side where the attacked person's view is obstructed

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bemean

To make mean; to lower. C. Reade.

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blamelessly

  • adverb in an irreproachable and blameless manner
    irreproachably.
    • she had lived blamelessly until she met this man

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bedeck

  • verb decorate
    bedight; deck.
    • deck the halls with holly

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nonverbally

  • adverb without words
    non-verbally.
    • they communicated nonverbally

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entangle

  • verb entrap
    mire.
    • Our people should not be mired in the past
  • verb twist together or entwine into a confusing mass
    snarl; tangle; mat.
    • The child entangled the cord

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ghettoize

  • verb put in a ghetto
    ghettoise.
    • The Jews in Eastern Europe were ghettoized

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barrage

  • noun the rapid and continuous delivery of linguistic communication (spoken or written)
    outpouring; onslaught; bombardment.
    • a barrage of questions
    • a bombardment of mail complaining about his mistake
  • noun the heavy fire of artillery to saturate an area rather than hit a specific target
    battery; barrage fire; bombardment; shelling.
    • they laid down a barrage in front of the advancing troops
    • the shelling went on for hours without pausing

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besot

  • verb make dull or stupid or muddle with drunkenness or infatuation
    stupefy.

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apron

  • noun a garment of cloth or leather or plastic that is tied about the waist and worn to protect your clothing
  • noun (golf) the part of the fairway leading onto the green

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wife

  • noun a married woman; a man's partner in marriage
    married woman.

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enmeshed

  • adjective satellite caught as if in a mesh
    intermeshed.
    • enmeshed in financial difficulties
  • verb entangle or catch in (or as if in) a mesh
    ensnarl; mesh; enmesh.

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disenthrall

To release from thralldom or slavery; to give freedom to; to disinthrall. Written also disenthral. Milton.

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hamstring

  • noun one of the tendons at the back of the knee
    hamstring tendon.
  • verb make ineffective or powerless
    • The teachers were hamstrung by the overly rigid schedules

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