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discamp

To drive from a camp. Obs. Holland.

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afflation

A blowing or breathing on; inspiration.

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sneap

To check; to reprimand; to rebuke; to chide. Obs. Bp. Hall.

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corrival

A fellow rival; a competitor; a rival; also, a companion. R. Shak.

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fribbling

Frivolous; trining; toolishly captious.

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debatement

Controversy; deliberation; debate. R.
A serious question and debatement with myself. Milton.

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sorriness

  • noun worthlessness due to insignificance
    paltriness.

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blench

  • verb turn pale, as if in fear
    blanch; pale.

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ambulate

  • verb walk about; not be bedridden or incapable of walking

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discommode

  • verb to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
    disoblige; bother; inconvenience; incommode; trouble; put out.
    • Sorry to trouble you, but...

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hearthsides

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faze

  • verb disturb the composure of
    unsettle; enervate; unnerve.

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pettitoes

The toes or feet of a pig, -- often used as food; sometimes, in contempt, the human feet. Shak.

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reinjuring

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escuage

(Feud. Law) Service of the shield, a species of knight service by which a tenant was bound to follow his lord to war, at his own charge. It was afterward exchanged for a pecuniary satisfaction. Called also scutage. Blackstone.

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preconceive

  • verb conceive beforehand
    • a preconceived notion

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kingliness

The state or quality of being kingly.

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overinflating

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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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undock

  • verb move out of a dock
    • We docked at noon
  • verb take (a ship) out of a dock
    • undock the ship

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overtire

  • verb tire excessively
    overweary; overfatigue.

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chiliagon

A plane figure of a thousand angles and sides. Barlow.

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overexpose

  • verb expose to too much light
    • the photographic film was overexposed and there is no image
  • verb expose excessively
    • As a child, I was overexposed to French movies

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ambulate

  • verb walk about; not be bedridden or incapable of walking

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controlment

The power or act of controlling; the state of being rstrained; control; restraint; regulation; superintendence.
You may do it without controlment. Shak.

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blemishless

Without blemish; spotless.
A life in all so blemishless. Feltham.

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recompiling

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omissible

  • adjective satellite capable of being left out

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endamage

To bring loss or damage to; to harm; to injure. R.
The trial hath endamaged thee no way. Milton.

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plagiocephaly

  • noun congenital malformation of the skull in which the main axis of the skull is oblique

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overslaugh

A bar in a river; as, the overslaugh in the Hudson River. Local, U. S. Bartlett.

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crick

  • noun a painful muscle spasm especially in the neck or back (`rick' and `wrick' are British)
    wrick; rick; kink.
  • noun English biochemist who (with Watson in 1953) helped discover the helical structure of DNA (1916-2004)
    Francis Crick; Francis Henry Compton Crick.

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accomplishable

  • adjective satellite capable of existing or taking place or proving true; possible to do
    manageable; doable; achievable; realizable.

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letup

  • noun a pause during which things are calm or activities are diminished
    lull.
    • there was never a letup in the noise

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supine

  • adjective satellite lying face upward
    resupine.
  • adjective satellite offering no resistance
    resistless; unresisting.
    • resistless hostages
    • No other colony showed such supine, selfish helplessness in allowing her own border citizens to be mercilessly harried"- Theodore Roosevelt

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overanalyzing

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showup

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upchuck

  • verb eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
    retch; regorge; be sick; disgorge; spew; vomit up; puke; honk; cat; purge; cast; spue; vomit; sick; barf; regurgitate; throw up; chuck.
    • After drinking too much, the students vomited
    • He purged continuously
    • The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night

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ambulate

  • verb walk about; not be bedridden or incapable of walking

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jeopard

To put in jeopardy; to expose to loss or injury; to imperil; to hazard. Sir T. North.
A people that jeoparded their lives unto the death. Judg. v. 18.
Syn. -- To hazard; risk; imperil; endanger; expose.

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skydive

  • verb jump from an airplane and perform various maneuvers before opening one's parachute
    sky dive.

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synapse

  • noun the junction between two neurons (axon-to-dendrite) or between a neuron and a muscle
    • nerve impulses cross a synapse through the action of neurotransmitters

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whirr

  • noun sound of something in rapid motion
    birr; whir; whirring.
    • whir of a bird's wings
    • the whir of the propellers
  • verb make a soft swishing sound
    purr; birr; whizz; whiz; whir.
    • the motor whirred
    • the car engine purred

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rethreading

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cannoneer

  • noun a serviceman in the artillery
    artilleryman; machine gunner; gunner.

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jeopardise

  • verb pose a threat to; present a danger to
    peril; jeopardize; imperil; endanger; threaten; menace.
    • The pollution is endangering the crops

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schematize

  • verb formulate in regular order; to reduce to a scheme or formula
    • The chemists schematized the various reactions in a coherent fashion
  • verb give conventional form to
    schematise.
    • some art forms schematise designs into geometrical patterns

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flub

  • noun an embarrassing mistake
    botch; boo-boo; blooper; blunder; foul-up; pratfall; boner; fuckup; bungle; bloomer.
  • verb make a mess of, destroy or ruin
    muck up; foul up; blow; botch up; botch; bollix; fumble; mishandle; bollocks; bumble; ball up; bobble; bollocks up; spoil; bollix up; fuck up; fluff; bodge; muff; louse up; mess up; screw up; bungle.
    • I botched the dinner and we had to eat out
    • the pianist screwed up the difficult passage in the second movement

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reeligible

Eligble again; capable of reëlection; as, reëligible to the same office. -- Re*ël`i*gi*bil"i*ty n.

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incommode

  • verb to cause inconvenience or discomfort to
    disoblige; bother; inconvenience; discommode; trouble; put out.
    • Sorry to trouble you, but...

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cogitable

  • adjective satellite capable of being thought about
    ponderable.
    • space flight to other galaxies becomes more cogitable

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clue

  • noun a slight indication
    hint.
  • noun evidence that helps to solve a problem
    cue; clew.

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alexia

  • noun inability to perceive written words
    word blindness; visual aphasia.

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scallywag

  • noun a white Southerner who supported Reconstruction policies after the American Civil War (usually for self-interest)
    scalawag.
  • noun a deceitful and unreliable scoundrel
    varlet; rascal; rapscallion; rogue; knave; scalawag.

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uncurrent

Not current. Specifically: Not passing in common payment; not receivable at par or full value; as, uncurrent notes. Shak.

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muss

  • noun a state of confusion and disorderliness
    mess; messiness; mussiness.
    • the house was a mess
    • she smoothed the mussiness of the bed
  • noun type genus of the Muridae: common house mice; the tips of the upper incisors have a square notch
    genus Mus; Mus.

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fighting

  • noun the act of fighting; any contest or struggle
    scrap; combat; fight.
    • a fight broke out at the hockey game
    • there was fighting in the streets
    • the unhappy couple got into a terrible scrap
  • verb be engaged in a fight; carry on a fight
    contend; struggle; fight.
    • the tribesmen fought each other
    • Siblings are always fighting
    • Militant groups are contending for control of the country

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sugarcoat

  • verb coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze
    glaze; candy.
  • verb cause to appear more pleasant or appealing
    • The mayor did not sugarcoat the reality of the tax cuts

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chordee

(Med.) A painful erection of the penis, usually with downward curvature, occurring in gonorrhea.

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blemish

  • noun a mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something (especially on a person's body)
    defect; mar.
    • a facial blemish
  • verb mar or spoil the appearance of
    deface; disfigure.
    • scars defaced her cheeks
    • The vandals disfigured the statue

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ambulate

  • verb walk about; not be bedridden or incapable of walking

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depressurize

  • verb decrease the pressure of
    depressurise; decompress.
    • depressurize the cabin in the air plane

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equably

  • adverb in an equable manner
    • he is an equably cheerful fellow

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obsolete

  • adjective satellite no longer in use
    disused.
    • obsolete words

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flivvers

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spook

  • noun someone unpleasantly strange or eccentric
    weirdy; weirdo; weirdie; creep.
  • noun a mental representation of some haunting experience
    ghost; spectre; shade; specter; wraith.
    • he looked like he had seen a ghost
    • it aroused specters from his past

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evenhandedly

  • adverb without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner
    fairly; fair.
    • deal fairly with one another

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reboot

  • verb cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes
    bring up; boot.
    • boot your computer

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wanton

  • noun lewd or lascivious woman
  • verb waste time; spend one's time idly or inefficiently
    trifle; piddle away; wanton away; piddle.

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inconvenience

  • noun an inconvenient discomfort
    incommodiousness.
  • noun a difficulty that causes anxiety
    worriment; troublesomeness.

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bumpiness

  • noun the texture of a surface that has many bumps

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scarceness

  • noun a small and inadequate amount
    scarcity.

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kantism

The doctrine or theory of Kant; the Kantian philosophy.

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budge

  • noun United States tennis player who in 1938 was the first to win the Australian and French and English and United States singles championship in the same year (1915-2000)
    Don Budge; John Donald Budge.
  • verb move very slightly
    shift; stir; agitate.
    • He shifted in his seat

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cirrhotic

Pertaining to, caused by, or affected with, cirrhosis; as, cirrhotic degeneration; a cirrhotic liver.

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nowhither

Not anywhither; in no direction; nowhere. Archaic "Thy servant went nowhither." 2 Kings v. 25.

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impudence

  • noun an impudent statement
    cheek; impertinence.
  • noun the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
    impertinence; freshness; crust; cheekiness; gall; insolence.

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uninstalled

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prejudge

  • verb judge beforehand, especially without sufficient evidence

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omelette

  • noun beaten eggs or an egg mixture cooked until just set; may be folded around e.g. ham or cheese or jelly
    omelet.

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prejudgement

  • noun a judgment reached before the evidence is available
    prejudgment.

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unconceivable

Inconceivable. Obs. Locke. -- Un`con*ceiv"a*ble*ness, n. Obs. -- Un`con*ceiv"a*bly, adv. Obs.

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oversupply

  • noun the quality of being so overabundant that prices fall
    glut; surfeit.
  • verb supply with an excess of
    flood; glut.
    • flood the market with tennis shoes
    • Glut the country with cheap imports from the Orient

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nonassignable

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disarrange

  • verb destroy the arrangement or order of
    • My son disarranged the papers on my desk
  • verb disturb the arrangement of
    • disarrange the papers

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detention

  • noun a state of being confined (usually for a short time)
    hold; custody; detainment.
    • his detention was politically motivated
    • the prisoner is on hold
    • he is in the custody of police
  • noun a punishment in which a student must stay at school after others have gone home
    • the detention of tardy pupils

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speciate

  • verb evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment
    specialise; specialize; differentiate.

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nihility

  • noun the state of nonexistence
    void; nothingness; nullity.

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trivialise

  • verb make trivial or insignificant
    trivialize.
    • Don't trivialize the seriousness of the issue!

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repossess

  • verb claim back
    reclaim.
  • verb regain possession of something
    take back.

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overdramatize

  • verb present in an overly dramatic manner
    overdramatise.
    • She is overdramatizing her child's failure in the physics class

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macron

  • noun a diacritical mark (-) placed above a vowel to indicate a long sound

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reexport

To export again, as what has been imported.

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unachievable

  • adjective satellite impossible to achieve
    unattainable; unrealizable; undoable.
    • an unattainable goal

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smirch

  • noun a blemish made by dirt
    blot; slur; smear; spot; smudge; daub.
    • he had a smudge on his cheek
  • noun an act that brings discredit to the person who does it
    smear; blot; spot; stain.
    • he made a huge blot on his copybook

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mercerised

  • adjective of cotton thread that has been treated with sodium hydroxide to shrink it and increase its luster and affinity for dye
    mercerized.
    • mercerized cotton
  • verb treat to strengthen and improve the luster
    mercerize; mercerise.
    • mercerize cotton

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belabor

  • verb to work at or to absurd length
    belabour.
    • belabor the obvious
  • verb attack verbally with harsh criticism
    belabour.
    • She was belabored by her fellow students

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monument

  • noun a structure erected to commemorate persons or events
    memorial.
  • noun an important site that is marked and preserved as public property

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reignite

  • verb ignite anew, as of something burning
    • The strong winds reignited the cooling embers

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theologize

  • verb treat from a theological viewpoint or render theological in character
    theologise.
  • verb make theoretical speculations about theology or discuss theological subjects
    theologise.

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deign

  • verb do something that one considers to be below one's dignity
    condescend; descend.

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atonia

  • noun lack of normal muscular tension or tonus
    atony; atonicity; amyotonia.

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sublease

  • noun a lease from one lessee to another
    sublet.
  • verb lease or rent all or part of (a leased or rented property) to another person
    sublet.
    • We sublet our apartment over the summer

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overexciting

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darkey

  • noun (ethnic slur) offensive term for Black people
    darky; darkie.

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thyromegaly

  • noun abnormally enlarged thyroid gland; can result from underproduction or overproduction of hormone or from a deficiency of iodine in the diet
    goitre; struma; goiter.

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volatilise

  • verb make volatile; cause to pass off in a vapor
    volatilize.

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bog

  • noun wet spongy ground of decomposing vegetation; has poorer drainage than a swamp; soil is unfit for cultivation but can be cut and dried and used for fuel
    peat bog.
  • verb cause to slow down or get stuck
    bog down.
    • The vote would bog down the house

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