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Word abracadabra accusative acrostic actinium adenoids advertisement aggression allocation allotrope alumnae ambisonics ambivert ambulant ameliorate amenable amphora amygdaloid anaesthetic anaesthetist angiography anhedonia animadvert animalcule antepenult anthologize anthropophagy anticoagulant appreciable approachable apterous aquanaut

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Meaning a word said by conjurors when performing a magic trick. a case of nouns, pronouns, which expresses the object of an action or the goal of motion a poem, word puzzle, or other composition in which certain letters in each line form a word or words the chemical element of atomic number 89 a mass of enlarged lymphatic tissue between the back of the nose and the throat a notice or announcement in a public medium promoting a product, service , or event or publicizing a job vacancy feelings of anger or antipathy resulting in hostile or violent behaviour the action or process of allocating or sharing out something each of two or more different physical forms in which an element can exist a female former pupil or student of a particular school, college, or university ambisonic reproduction or systems a person who has a balance of extrovert and introvert features in their personality able to walk about ; not confined to bed make (something bad or unsatisfactory) better open and responsive to suggestion; easily persuaded or controlled a tall ancient Greek or Roman jar or jug with two handles and a narrow neck shaped like an almond a substance that induces insensitivity to pain a medical specialist who administers anaesthetics radiography of blood or lymph vessels, carried out after introduction of a radiopaque substance inability to feel pleasure in normally pleasurable activities pass criticism or censure on; speak out against a microscopic animal the last syllable but two in a word, e.g. -ul-  in antepenultimate include (an author or work ) in an anthology the eating of human flesh by human beings having the effect of retarding or inhibiting the coagulation of the blood large or important enough to be noticed friendly and easy to talk to (of an insect) having no wings a person who swims under water using an aqualung

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aristocracy armistice artesian astrakhan astrometry atrociousness bactericide bacteriology bandana barracuda bauxite bazooka beauteous besiege bilingual billiards blizzard bonhomie bouquet brochure calamander calcification caldera cariogenic carminative casualization catacombs chagrin chandler chihuahua chimpanzee chinook chlorinate chronological chrysanthemum cinereous circumnavigate circumscribe clientele clincher coaxed

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the highest class in certain societies, typically comprising people of noble birth holding hereditary titles and offices an agreement made by opposing sides in a war to stop fighting for a certain time ; a truce noting, pertaining to, or characteristic of an artesian well the dark curly fleece of young karakul lambs from central Asia the measurement of the positions , motions, and magnitudes of stars horrifyingly wicked a substance which kills bacteria the study of bacteria a large coloured handkerchief, typically with white spots , worn tied around the head or neck a large predatory tropical marine fish with a slender body and large jaws and teeth an amorphous clayey rock that is the chief commercial ore of aluminium  a short-range tubular rocket launcher used against tanks beautiful surround (a place) with armed forces in order to capture it or force its surrender speaking two languages fluently a game for two people, played on a billiard table a severe snowstorm with high winds cheerful friendliness; geniality an attractively arranged bunch of flowers, especially one presented as a gift or carried at a ceremony a small book or magazine containing pictures and information about a product or service another term for coromandel; fine-grained, greyish-brown ebony streaked with black, used in furniture. harden by deposition of or conversion into calcium carbonate or some other insoluble calcium compounds a large volcanic crater, especially one formed by a major eruption leading to the collapse of the mouth of the volcano causing tooth decay a drug that relieves flatulence the transformation of a workforce from being a permanent employee to one as a shoort term employee an underground cemetery consisting of a gallery as constructed by the ancient Romans annoyance or distress at having failed or been humiliated a dealer in supplies and equipment for ships and boats the capital of the state of Chihuahua, the principal city of north central Mexico; a great ape with large ears, native to the forests of west and central Africa a member of an American Indian people impregnate or treat with chlorine  following the order in which they occurred a plant of the daisy family (especially of hair or feathers) ash-grey sail all the way around (something, especially the world)  restrict (something) within limits clients collectively a fact, argument, or event that settles a matter conclusively persuade (someone) gradually or gently to do something

Sentence "Abracadabra"said the magician and out flew a bird from the hat. The teacher said that the accusative case is called a direct object. The acrostic verse spelt out the school motto. Actinium is a highly radioactive element . Swollen adenoids may interfere with breathing and affect speech. We place an advertisement about our products in the newspaper every week. Germany invaded Poland in an act of unprovoked aggression in the World War . The allocation of funds was not sufficient for building a shelter for the homeless. Diamonds are an allotrope of carbon. Several alumnae of the class of 1970 were present at the college reunion. Ambisonics offer advantages over other surround sound systems. As an ambivert she enjoys social activities as well as being on her own. The ambulant patient walked slowly in the corridor. Steps have been taken to ameliorate the situation. He is a leader amenable to change. A decorative amphora has been recovered from the ruins. Amygdaloid nucleus in the brain is involved in the processing of emotions such as fear and anger. The surgery was performed by local anaesthetic. The anesthetist monitored the patient during surgery. Angiography gives detailed information about blood vessels. Anhedonia may be a symptom of depression. Do not animadvert too severely upon the young generation. Amoeba is an example of an animalcule. Antepenult is the third syllable from the end of a word, The publisher will anthologize Faraz's poems in the next edition. Anthropophagy is cannibalism. The saliva contains an anticoagulant that prevents blood clotting . An appreciable amount of time has passed since I left school. The place is approachable only by helicoptor. Silverfish are apterous insects that cannot fly. Aquanaut explorers conduct oceanographic research. Many of the French aristocracy were killed during the revolution. An armistice agreement was signed for two years. An artesian well is drilled through hard rock to reach water. Astrakhan is also a wool fabric made from the pelt of lambs. Astrometry is a branch of astronomy. The atrociousness of the crime cannot be articulated. Bactericide disinfectants should be used on kitchen surfaces. Bacteriology has importance in food processing and agriculture . The woman was wearing a bandana around her neck. Barracuda can be seen patrolling the reef. Bauxite deposits are found in the mountains. Rebels launched a bazooka attack to ward off the tanks. The prince fell in love with the beauteous maiden. The army was preparing to besiege the fortress. Being bilingual, Ali works as an interpreter. Billiards is similar to snooker. It is impossible to go outdoors in this blizzard. A natural bonhomie characterizes him. She was pleased to receive a bouquet of tulips on her birthday. The travel brochure contains information about holidays in Muree. Calamander is a decorative lacquer used on screens. Hard water also causes calcification on taps. Caldera can be upto 60 km in diameter. Several food items, such as sugars, can be cariogenic. Carminative herbs are used for indigestion. Allowing office workers to wear informal clothes is casualization. There are atleast forty catacombs in Rome . To her chagrin, she failed the test again. A boat chandler will supply the necessary tow ropes. Chihuahu also lends its name to a very small dog of a breed originating in Mexico. A chimpanzee is noted for exhibiting humanlike behaviour. Chinook tribes traded widely throughout the Pacific Northwest. Health authorities chlorinate tap water to make it safe for drinking. This diary is a chronological history of the events of his life. Chrysanthemum is known to be the queen of flowers. The bird's plumage is cinereous. The adventurer will circumnavigate the globe in a sailboat. The government should not circumscribe freedom of the press. The new restaurant attracted a young and trendy clientele. That point proved to be the final clincher in the debate. Maria coaxed the secret out of her friend.

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cochlea cognizable coherently communique conceptualize congenital congregate consecutive contiguous contretemps cornice credulous deceitfulness decollement denuclearize derision desertification diagnosis distinguished distributaries dominion draughtsman

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the spiral cavity of the inner ear which produces nerve impulses in response to sound vibrations perceptible; clearly identifiable (of an argument, theory, or policy) logical and consistent an official announcement or statement, especially one made to the media form a concept or idea of (something) of a disease or physical abnormality) present from birth gather into a crowd or mass following each other continuously sharing a common border; touching a minor dispute or disagreement an ornamental moulding round the wall of a room just below the ceiling having or showing too great a readiness to believe things guilty of or involving deceit; deceiving or misleading others a boundary separating deformed strata from underlying strata remove nuclear weapons from contemptuous ridicule or mockery the process by which fertile land becomes a desert, as a result of drought or deforestation the identification of the nature of an illness or other problem by examination of the symptoms very successful, authoritative, and commanding great respect a branch of a river that does not return to the main stream after leaving it (as in a delta) sovereignty or control a person who makes detailed technical plans or drawings

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drought effloresce einsteinium embrocation embryogenesis endoscopy epiglottis epilepsy ergonomics eschewal evacuation evacuees executive extradition extraordinaire facilitation facsimile feasibility featurette feigned felicitations felicity flagitious flagrantly forestall fortissimo francophile franglais fruition fugacious galleon gastrectomy gastroenterology gazillion geosphere geosynchronous gerontocracy gesundheit ginormous gladiolus glaucoma glossopharyngeal goitre grandiose guesstimate gumption hadrosaur hamadryas happenstance hemiplegia hornblende

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a prolonged period of abnormally low rainfall, leading to a shortage of water (of a substance) lose moisture and turn to a fine powder on exposure to air the chemical element of atomic number 99, a radioactive metal of the actinide series a liquid used for rubbing on the body to relieve pain from sprains and strains the formation and development of an embryo an instrument which can be introduced into the body to give a view of its internal parts a flap of cartilage behind the root of the tongue , which is depressed during swallowing to cover the opening of the windpipe a neurological disorder the study of people's efficiency in their working environment deliberately avoid using; abstain from  the action of evacuating a person or a place a person evacuated from a place of danger relating to or having the power to put plans or actions into effect the action of extraditing a person accused or convicted of a crime outstanding in a particular capacity the action of facilitating something an exact copy, especially of written or printed material the state or degree of being easily or conveniently done a short feature film or programme simulated or pretended; insincere words expressing praise for an achievement or good wishes on a special occasion  intense happiness (of a person or their actions) criminal; villainous conspicuously or obviously offensive prevent or obstruct (an anticipated event or action) by taking advance action (especially as a direction) very loud or loudly a person who is fond of or greatly admires France or the French a blend of French and English the realization or fulfilment of a plan or project tending to disappear; fleeting a sailing ship in use (especially by Spain) from the 15th to the 18th centuries, originally as a warship, later for trade surgical removal of a part or the whole of the stomach the branch of medicine which deals with disorders of the stomach and intestines a very large number or quantity (used for emphasis) any of the almost spherical concentric regions of the earth and its atmosphere, especially the lithosphere  another term for synchronous a state , society, or group governed by old people used to wish good health to a person who has just sneezed extremely large an Old World plant of the iris family, with sword-shaped leaves and spikes of brightly coloured flowers a condition of increased pressure within the eyeball, causing gradual loss of sight relating to the tongue and pharynx a swelling of the neck resulting from enlargement of the thyroid gland extravagantly or pretentiously imposing in appearance or style an estimate based on a mixture of guesswork and calculation shrewd or spirited initiative and resourcefulness a large herbivorous mainly bipedal dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period a large Arabian and NE African baboon, the male of which has a silvery-grey cape of hair and a naked red face and rump coincidence paralysis of one side of the body a dark brown, black, or green mineral consisting of a silicate of calcium, magnesium, and iron

Cochlea implants bring sound to the hard of hearing. This law is cognizable with the judicial system. He explained the theory coherently and clearly. An official communique was issued in the news bulletin. Efforts to conceptualizeworld peace have not succeeded. The child has a congenital heart defect. The students were asked to congregate on the playing field. Inzamam struck boundaries on consecutive deliveries. There are four geographically contiguous provinces. A misunderstanding led to a bad contretemps with the teacher. An ornate cornice decrorates a wall of the room. Where would he find one man so credulous as to believe him? His deceitfullness has seen him lose money and friends. The decollement zone formed a boundary between the strata. There is a proposal to denuclearize Europe. The proposal was held in derision by members of the board. Desertification is also an environmental disaster. To make an accurate diagnosisof the illness, a scan must be done. He is a distinguished professor of medicine. There are several distributaries of the mighty river. England exercised dominion over many nations. The draughtsman is at work on a houseplan. The cistern was almost empty because of the drought. Concrete and clay surfaces will effloresce easily. Einsteinium was first isolated in an explosion site of a hydrogen bomb. An embrocation helped in curing my backache. During the course of early embryogenesis brain development starts. An endoscopy was done to detect the stomach disorder. The epiglottis covers the windpipe while swallowing. Epilepsy is also called seizure disorder. Ergonomics deals with making a safe and comfortable workplace An eschewal of meat products will lead to a healthier life. A hurricane alert led to an evacuation from the coastal area. The evacuees were moved uphill after the flood had destroyed their houses. The chief executive officer finalised the deal. He is being imprisoned while awaiting extradition. He is a jazz singer extraordinaire. Computers will be provided in classrooms for facilitation of student learning. This is a facsimile of the first edition. A feasibility study will be conducted into the contruction of the dam. A wildlife featurette highlighted the plight of the apes. The child feigned a stomach ache to avoid going to school. You deserve felicitations for your achievement. They announced the birth of their son with joy and felicity. The remorseless man persisted in his flagitious activity. The player has flagrantly broken the rules of the game. Forestall possible heart problems by exercising . The fortissimo climax of the musical score was ear shattering. As a Francophile she is interested in French language,culture and food. I tried speaking Franglais while in Paris. His long labour is finally coming to fruition. The flowers are fugacious, gather them quickly. The Spanish galleon was carrying a cargo of silk and gold. Gastrectomy was performed on the patient with stomach cancer. The clinic provides services in gastroenterology and nutrition. I have seen the movie a gazillion times. The geosphere consists of the inside of the Earth. The spacecraft was in geosynchronous orbit over Mars. The government is a gerontocracy with the same people holding office for years. Gesundheit means good health in German. Outer space is ginormous. Gladiolus is also called sword lily. Glaucomais a leading cause of blindness in the world. Problems with glossopharyngeal nerve can result in trouble swallowing and taste. Goitre is more common in females than in males. I was greatly impressed by the grandiose architecture of the mosque. My guesstimate is that the house will be built in two years. You must show some gumption in dealing with the senior students. Hadrosaur is also called duckbilled dinosaur. Hamadryas baboon was a sacred animal to the ancient Egyptians. It was mere happenstance that we found each other. Hemiplegia occurs as a result of a stroke or other injury to the brain. Hornblende is found in metamorphic and igneous rocks.

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hubbub hubristic humidistat hypnagogic hypoglycemia hypothalamus immiscible immiseration impalpable impetuous imprescriptible indefatigable indigenize inflammatory inimitable iniquity innocuous inspissated intelligentsia iterate jacquard kaiser karaoke keeshond kenspeckle keratectomy knapsack kookaburra lackadaisical lactulose lamellibranch laryngotomy lasagna

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a chaotic din caused by a crowd of people excessive pride or self-confidence a machine or device which automatically regulates the humidity of the air in a room or building relating to the state immediately before falling asleep deficiency of glucose in the bloodstream a region of the forebrain below the thalamus not forming a homogeneous mixture when mixed economic impoverishment unable to be felt by touch acting or done quickly and without thought or care not subject to being taken away by prescription or by lapse of time persisting tirelessly bring (something) under the control, dominance, or influence of indigenous or local people  relating to or causing inflammation of a part of the body so good or unusual as to be impossible to copy; unique immoral or grossly unfair behaviour not harmful or offensive thicken or congeal intellectuals or highly educated people as a group perform or utter repeatedly an apparatus with perforated cards, fitted to a loom to facilitate the weaving of figured and brocaded fabrics the German Emperor, the Emperor of Austria, or the head of the Holy Roman Empire a form of entertainment, in which people take turns to sing popular songs into a microphone over pre-recorded backing tracks a dog of a Dutch breed with long thick grey hair, resembling a large Pomeranian easily recognizable; conspicuous surgical removal of a section or layer of the cornea, usually performed using a laser to correct myopia a soldier‘s or hiker’s bag a very large Australasian kingfisher that feeds on terrestrial prey such as reptiles and birds lacking enthusiasm and determination; carelessly lazy a synthetic sugar with laxative properties. It is a disaccharide consisting of glucose and fructose units another term for bivalve surgical incision into the larynx, typically to provide an air passage when breathing is obstructed pasta in the form of sheets or wide strips

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longitudinal ludicrous luscious macaque

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running lengthwise rather than across so foolish, unreasonable, or out of place as to be amusing having a pleasingly rich , sweet taste a medium-sized, chiefly forest-dwelling Old World monkey which has a long face and cheek pouches for holding food

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Machiavellian macrocephalic macrocosm

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cunning, scheming, and unscrupulous, especially in politics having an unusually large head the whole of a complex structure, especially the world or the universe, contrasted with a small or representative part of it

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maelstrom noun markhor noun Marseillaise noun mayonnaise noun millennium noun monochromaticallyadverb monotheism noun mulligatawny noun musculature noun musculoskeletal adjective myriad noun mythopoeic adjective necropolis noun neolithic adjective nirvana noun nouveau adjective numismatic adjective occipital adjective occlusion noun octennial adjective ombre adjective overwrought adjective paparazzi pl noun paraselene noun parenthesize verb parisienne noun pasquinade noun paterfamilias noun pathogenesis noun patisserie noun pediculicide noun penultimate adjective

We left the hubbub of the city far behind us. Their hubristic approach brought them nothing but failure. Humidistat fans switch on and off automatically according to the dampness of the air. The strange images seen sometimes just before one falls asleep are called hypnagogic hallucinations. Make sure she always carries sweets to treat the hypoglycemia. Feeding is controlled by a part of the brain called hypothalamus. Oil and water are immiscible liquids. Timely measures must be taken to end this state of economic immiseration. There was an impalpable air of excitement in the crowd. She made an impetuous decision which she regretted later. Imprescriptable rights of man cannot be taken away. She is an indefatigable campaigner for freedom of speech. We plan to indigenize more products to empower the local people The boss’s inflammatory remarks angered the workers. Moin was a brilliant comic with an inimitable sense of humor. Her mother wouldn't let her join the film industry as she considered it a den of iniquity. It seemed to be a perfectly innocuous remark. The coffee had sat so long in his cup that it inspissated and grew a thick, green mold on top. The intelligentsia advocated a social change but not a revolution. No matter how many times I iterate that this so-called prank is a bad idea, no one listens The jacquard loom simplifies the process of manufacturing textiles with intricate patterns like brocade. Franz Joseph the kaiser of the Austro Hungarian Empire ruled for more than 65 years. Karaoke is one of the most loved activities in the Philippines. Keeshond dogs tend to be very playful and are quick learners. He feared that he was too kenspeckle to escape through the hall. My uncle had a keratectomy recently and does not need to wear glasses now. He filled his knapsack with water and food for his camping trip. Her lackadaisical attitude towards work will get her in trouble. Uncle Yusuf has been taking lactulose for many years says its very effective. Lamellibranch or Bivalvia is a class of marine and freshwater molluscs. The doctor had to perform a laryngotomy on Hina when her passageway was blocked. Sara is compiling a book of lasagna recipies. The surveyor measured the longitudinal distance between the two points. The ludicrous plan was rejected by the board members. We ate some luscious mangoes straight from the tree. There are 22 macaque species and they are found in large areas of Asia and north Africa. The people were tired of the government's Machiavellian tactics. A macrocephalic head may be due to bone overgrowth or water on the brain or brain overgrowth. The foundation of Hindu astrology is based on the connection between the microcosm and macrocosm. We were all caught up in the maelstrom following the boss's sudden resignation.

a powerful whirlpool in the sea or a river a large wild goat with very long twisted horns , native to central Asia The markhor is the national animal of Pakistan and is an endangered species. the national anthem of France, written by Rouget de Lisle in 1792 and first sung in Paris by Marseilles patriots The Marseillais has been the inspiration of many pieces of classical music. a thick creamy dressing consisting of egg yolks beaten with oil and vinegar and seasoned Make the tuna sandwich with plenty of mayonnaise. a period of a thousand years, especially when calculated from the traditional date of the birth of Christ The year 2001 marked the beginning of a new millennium. containing or using only one colour Some scenes in the film were filmed monochromatically around one particular color. the doctrine or belief that there is only one God The concept of monotheism in Islam believes in God's onenes as being absolutely unquestionable. a spicy meat soup originally made in India I asked my mother for the recipe of mulligatawny soup. the system or arrangement of muscles in a body, part of the body, or an organ The musculature system causes either locomotion of the organism itself or movement of internal organs. relating to or denoting the musculature and skeleton together The musculoskeletal system provides form, support, stability, and movement to the body. a countless or extremely great number of people or things The sky looks beautiful on clear nights as it is filled with a myriad of stars. the making of a myth or myths The mythopoeic awards are given to authors of outstanding works in the fields of myth and fantasy. a cemetery, especially a large one belonging to an ancient city The necropolis at Makli is considered to be one of the largest in the world. relating to or denoting the later part of the Stone Age, when ground or polished stone weapons and implements prevailed The neolithic age was a period in the development of human technology, beginning about 9500 BC. a transcendent state in which there is neither suffering, desire, nor sense of self, and the subject is released from the effects of karma and Nirvana the cycle is the of central death and concept rebirth of Buddhism and is the only state of eternal happiness. short for nouveau riche The nouveau riche family lacks finesse and good manners. relating to or consisting of coins or medals The museum consulted the expert on numismatic about the cashe of old silver coins. of, pertaining to, or situated near the occiput The occipital artery supplies blood to the back of the scalp. Medicine the blockage or closing of a blood vessel or hollow organ Occlusion is relatively common in the retina, and can cause partial or total loss of vision. recurring every eight years He gave a speech at the octennial gathering of chancellors. a trick-taking card game for three people using a pack of forty cards , popular in Europe in the 17th -18th centuries Ombre is one of the earliest card games known in Europe. in a state of nervous excitement or anxiety The overwrought children were unable to sleep. a freelance photographer who pursues celebrities to get photographs of them The paparazzi got a strict warning not to intrude on the superstar's privacy. a bright spot in the sky similar to a parhelion but formed by moonlight put (a word or phrase) into brackets The tutor made him parenthesize the intransitive clauses in the passage. a Parisian girl or woman The novel concerns the Parisienne beauty Angelique. a satire or lampoon, originally one displayed or delivered in a public place A pasquinade often assaulted misgovernment and denounced injustice. the male head of a family or household Under Roman law a paterfamilias was responsible for the well-being, legal & moral propriety of the family. the manner of development of a disease Types of pathogenesis include microbial infection, inflammation, malignancy and tissue breakdown a shop where pastries and cakes are sold The patisserie has introduced hot cross buns which delicious. a chemical used to kill lice She is annoyed that the pediculicide she is using isn't very effective. ast but one in a series of things They scored a boundary off the penultimate delivery.

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peregrine pharmaceutical pharmacognosy pharmacokinetics physiatrist piscivorous pneumococcus quadriplegia quaternion raconteur remanent renegade rusticate sasquatch satyagraha scavenger scintilla scutcheon septuagenarian sesquicentennial shellacking signorina somersault somnambulate souvenir spectre squelchy squiggly stanchion supererogatory susurrating szechuan taphonomy taxonomist termitary tessera thalassemia theophylline thwart touche trachyte transcutaneous transhumance transient triennium triumphantly tyrannize tyrannosaur unascertained unauthenticated uncouthness unremunerative vacuity valedictory vicegerent viridescent virtuosic wheatear whippersnapper whirligig wunderkind

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a powerful falcon found on most continents, breeding chiefly on mountains and coastal cliffs and much used for falconry a compound manufactured for use as a medicinal drug the branch of knowledge concerned with medicinal drugs obtained from plants or other natural sources the branch of pharmacology concerned with the movement of drugs within the body a physician specializing in physical medicine feeding on fish a bacterium associated with pneumonia and some forms of meningitis paralysis of all four limbs; tetraplegia a set of four people or things a person who tells anecdotes in a skilful and amusing way (of magnetism) remaining after the magnetizing field has been removed a person who deserts and betrays an organization, country, or set of principles [with object ] British  suspend (a student) from a university as a punishment (used chiefly at Oxford and Cambridge) another term for Bigfoot a policy of passive political resistance, especially that advocated by Mahatma Gandhi against British rule in India  an animal that feeds on carrion, dead plant material, or refuse a tiny trace or spark of a specified quality or feeling archaic spelling of escutcheon a person who is between 70 and 79 years old relating to a sesquicentenary lac resin melted into thin flakes, used for making varnish a title or form of address used of or to an Italian-speaking unmarried woman, corresponding to Miss an acrobatic movement in which a person turns head over heels in the air or on the ground and lands or finishes on their feet to sleep-walk a thing that is kept as a reminder of a person, place, or event something widely feared as a possible unpleasant or dangerous occurrence make a soft sucking sound such as that made by treading heavily through mud a short line that curls and loops in an irregular way an upright bar , post , or frame forming a support or barrier the performance of more work than duty requires whisperng or rustling variant of Sichuan the branch of palaeontology that deals with the processes of fossilization the branch of science concerned with classification, especially of organisms; systematics another term for termitarium a small block of stone , tile, glass, or other material used in the construction of a mosaic any of a group of hereditary haemolytic diseases caused by faulty haemoglobin synthesis a bitter crystalline compound present in small quantities in tea leaves, isomeric with theobromine prevent (someone) from accomplishing something (in fencing) used as an acknowledgement of a hit by one's opponent. a grey fine-grained volcanic rock consisting largely of alkali feldspar existing, applied, or measured across the depth of the skin the action or practice of moving livestock from one grazing ground to another in a seasonal cycle lasting only for a short time; impermanent a specified period of three years having won a battle or contest; victorious rule or treat (someone) despotically or cruelly a very large bipedal carnivorous dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period, with powerful jaws and small claw-like front legs not confirmed or ascertained; unknown not proven or validated lacking good manners, refinement, or grace bringing little or no profit or income lack of thought or intelligence; empty-headedness serving as a farewell a person exercising delegated power on behalf of a sovereign or ruler greenish or becoming green exhibiting characteristics of a person highly skilled in music or another artistic pursuit a mainly Eurasian and African songbird related to the chats, with black and buff or black and white plumage and a white rump a young and inexperienced person considered to be presumptuous or overconfident a toy that spins round, for example a top or windmill a person who achieves great success when relatively young

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xenobiology yuan Zeppelin zoetrope

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a multidisciplinary field dealing with the nature, existence, and search for extraterrestrial life a dynasty that ruled China 1279–1368, established by the Mongols under Kublai Khan. It preceded the Ming dynasty a large German dirigible airship of the early 20th century, long and cylindrical in shape and with a rigid framework. a 19th -century optical toy

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