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  • 81 trap — I. /træp / (say trap) noun 1. a contrivance used for taking game or other animals, as a mechanical device that springs shut suddenly; a pitfall, or a snare. 2. any device, stratagem, or the like for catching one unawares: *I didn t want to fall… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 82 Circassian beauties — Painting by Jean Léon Gérôme of a veiled Circassian Circassian beauties is a term used to refer to an idealized image of the women of the Circassian people of the Northern Caucasus. A fairly extensive literary history suggests that Circassian… …

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  • 83 salt — /sɒlt / (say solt), /sɔlt / (say sawlt) noun 1. a crystalline compound, sodium chloride, NaCl, occurring as a mineral, a constituent of sea water, etc., and used for seasoning food, as a preservative, etc. 2. Chemistry a compound which upon… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 84 swim — [c]/swɪm / (say swim) verb (swam, swum, swimming) –verb (i) 1. to move along or in water by movements of the limbs, fins, tail, etc.; move on or in water or other liquid in any way, especially on the surface. 2. to float on the surface of water… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 85 ca|nal — ca|nal1 «kuh NAL», noun, verb, nalled, nal|ling or naled, nal|ing. –n. 1. a) a waterway dug across land for ships or small boats to go through: »More than 5,000 years ago the Chinese were controlling the Yellow River floods with dikes and the… …

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  • 86 fill — [[t]fɪl[/t]] v. t. 1) to make full; put as much as can be held into: to fill a jar with water[/ex] 2) to occupy to the full capacity: The crowd filled the hall[/ex] 3) to supply plentifully: to fill a house with furniture[/ex] 4) to feed fully;… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 87 dam — I. /dæm / (say dam) noun 1. Also, dam wall. a barrier to obstruct the flow of water, especially one of earth, masonry, etc., built across a river in order to create a reservoir for use as a water supply or in the generation of electricity: *When… …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 88 brake — brake1 brakeless, adj. /brayk/, n., v., braked, braking. n. 1. a device for slowing or stopping a vehicle or other moving mechanism by the absorption or transfer of the energy of momentum, usually by means of friction. 2. brakes, the drums, shoes …

    Universalium

  • 89 tail — tail1 tailer, n. tailless, adj. taillessly, adv. taillessness, n. taillike, adj. /tayl/, n. 1. the hindmost part of an animal, esp. that forming a distinct, flexible appendage to the trunk. 2. something resembling or suggesting this in shape or… …

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  • 90 gut|ter — gut|ter1 «GUHT uhr», noun, adjective, verb. –n. 1. a channel or ditch along the side of a street or road to carry off water; low part of a street beside the sidewalk. SYNONYM(S): conduit, duct. 2. a channel or trough along or under the lower edge …

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  • 91 ground — I [[t]graʊnd[/t]] n. 1) the solid surface of the earth; firm or dry land 2) earth or soil: stony ground[/ex] 3) land having an indicated character: rising ground[/ex] 4) Often, grounds. a tract of land appropriated to a special use: picnic… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 92 gutter — gutterlike, adj. /gut euhr/, n. 1. a channel at the side or in the middle of a road or street, for leading off surface water. 2. a channel at the eaves or on the roof of a building, for carrying off rain water. 3. any channel, trough, or the like …

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  • 93 Tennessee — • Includes geography, history, and demographics Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Tennessee     Tennessee     † …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 94 Dining in — Mess Night at Camp Lejeune Dining in at Fort Dix, New Jersey Dining in …

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  • 95 ray — ray1 raylike, adj. /ray/, n. 1. a narrow beam of light. 2. a gleam or slight manifestation: a ray of hope. 3. a raylike line or stretch of something. 4. light or radiance. 5. a line of sight. 6. Physics, Optics. a …

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  • 96 Anastomosis — The connection of normally separate parts or spaces so they intercommunicate. An anastomosis may be naturally occurring or artificially constructed and be created during the process of embryonic development or by surgery, trauma or pathological… …

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  • 97 Cupar-Angus —    CUPAR ANGUS, or Coupar Angus, a market town and parish, partly in the county of Forfar, but chiefly in that of Perth; including the villages of Balbrogie, Longleys, and Washington, and containing 2745 inhabitants, of whom 1868 are in the town …

    A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • 98 supply — 1. verb 1) they supplied money to rebels Syn: give, contribute, provide, furnish, donate, bestow, grant, endow, impart; dispense, disburse, allocate, assign; informal fork out, shell out 2) the lake supplies the city wi …

    Thesaurus of popular words

  • 99 supply — 1. verb 1) they supplied money to the rebels Syn: give, contribute, provide, furnish, donate, confer, dispense 2) the lake supplies the city with water Syn: provide, furnish, serve …

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  • 100 bottom — I. noun Etymology: Middle English botme, from Old English botm; akin to Old High German bodam bottom, Latin fundus, Greek pythmēn Date: before 12th century 1. a. the underside of something b. a surface (as the seat of a chair) designed to support …

    New Collegiate Dictionary