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  • 181 channel — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. duct, conduit, passage; wavelength, band; artery, vein, blood vessel. v. furrow, groove. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A passageway for liquid] Syn. conduit, tube, canal, duct, course, carrier, gutter,… …

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  • 182 crease — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. fold, pleat; bend; mark, wrinkle, furrow; scrape, wound, cut. v. mark, fold, pleat, furrow, wrinkle, wound. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. tuck, ridge, pleat; see fold 2 , wrinkle . v. Syn. double, rumple,… …

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  • 183 dent — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. indentation, depression, hollow, dimple. v. t. indent, buckle, mar. See concavity. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. indentation, depression, impression, dimple, dint, nick, notch, dip, cavity, hollow, dimple,… …

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  • 184 ditch — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. channel, trench, gully, canal, moat, watercourse. See furrow. v. t., slang, cast off. See relinquishment. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. trench, canal, moat, furrow; see channel 1 , trench . v. 1. [To make a …

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  • 185 groove — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. habit, routine, rut; furrow; trench, channel, indentation. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. channel, trench, gouge, depression, score, scratch, canal, valley, notch, furrow, crimp, rut, incision, slit, scallop …

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  • 186 line — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. interline, face; delineate. n. mark; cord, string; crease, wrinkle; verse, note; route, system; vocation, calling; lineage; row, file. See indication, filament, poetry, business, ancestry,… …

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  • 187 plow — I plow, plough (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. cultivate, dig, till, turn, break, furrow. See agriculture. II (Roget s IV) n. Types of plows include: moldboard, gang, steam, tractor, double, straddle, sulky, wheel, mole, skim,… …

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  • 188 rut — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. groove, beaten path, track, furrow; habit, routine; heat (see female). II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [A deeply cut track] Syn. hollow, trench, furrow; see groove . 2. [Habitual behavior] Syn. custom, habit,… …

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  • 189 trench — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. ditch, fosse, dugout; furrow. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. ditch, rut, hollow, gully, depression, gutter, tube, furrow, drainage canal, creek, moat, dike (British), drain, channel, main, gorge, gulch,… …

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  • 190 delirium — 1590s, from L. delirium madness, from deliriare be crazy, rave, lit. go off the furrow, a plowing metaphor, from phrase de lire, from de off, away (see DE (Cf. de )) + lira furrow, earth thrown up between two furrows, from PIE *leis track, furrow …

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  • 191 rut — I [[t]rʌt[/t]] n. v. rut•ted, rut•ting 1) a furrow or track in the ground, esp. one made by the passage of vehicles 2) any furrow, groove, etc 3) a fixed or established mode of procedure or course of life, usu. dull or unpromising: to fall into a …

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  • 192 groove — /gruv / (say groohv) noun 1. a furrow or channel cut by a tool. 2. a rut, furrow, or channel formed by any agency. 3. a fixed routine: to get into a groove. 4. the track of a gramophone record in which the needle or stylus rides. 5. Colloquial an …

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  • 193 rut — I. /rʌt / (say rut) noun 1. a furrow or track in the ground, especially one made by the passage of a vehicle or vehicles. 2. any furrow, groove, etc. 3. a fixed or established way of life; a dull routine: to get into a rut. –verb (t) (rutted,… …

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  • 194 αὐλακοειδῆ — αὐλακοειδής furrow like neut nom/voc/acc pl (attic epic doric) αὐλακοειδής furrow like masc/fem/neut nom/voc/acc dual (doric aeolic) αὐλακοειδής furrow like masc/fem acc sg (attic epic doric) …

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  • 195 αὐλακώδη — αὐλακώδης like a furrow neut nom/voc/acc pl (attic epic doric) αὐλακώδης like a furrow masc/fem/neut nom/voc/acc dual (doric aeolic) αὐλακώδης like a furrow masc/fem acc sg (attic epic doric) …

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  • 196 αὔλακ' — αὔλακα , αὖλαξ furrow fem acc sg αὔλακι , αὖλαξ furrow fem dat sg αὔλακε , αὖλαξ furrow fem nom/voc/acc dual …

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  • 197 ἄλοκ' — ἄλοκα , ἄλοξ fem acc sg ἄλοκι , ἄλοξ fem dat sg ἄλοκε , ἄλοξ fem nom/voc/acc dual ἄλοκα , αὖλαξ furrow fem acc sg (epic) ἄλοκι , αὖλαξ furrow fem dat sg (epic) ἄλοκε , αὖλαξ furrow fem nom/voc/acc dual (epic) …

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  • 198 ἄλοχ' — ἄλοκα , ἄλοξ fem acc sg ἄλοκι , ἄλοξ fem dat sg ἄλοκε , ἄλοξ fem nom/voc/acc dual ἄλοχε , ἄλοχος partner of one s bed fem voc sg ἄλοκα , αὖλαξ furrow fem acc sg (epic) ἄλοκι , αὖλαξ furrow fem dat sg (epic) ἄλοκε , αὖλαξ furrow fem nom/voc/acc… …

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  • 199 line — [n1] mark, stroke; border band, bar, borderline, boundary, channel, configuration, contour, crease, dash, delineation, demarcation, edge, figuration, figure, frontier, furrow, groove, limit, lineament, lineation, outline, profile, rule, score,… …

    New thesaurus

  • 200 rei-1 —     rei 1     English meaning: to tear, cut     Deutsche Übersetzung: “ritzen, reißen, schneiden”     Material: Lat. rīma “Ritze” (*rei mü); M.Ir. rēo ‘stripe” (*ri u̯o ); O.E. rüw, rǣ w f. “row” (*roiu̯ü); Lith. rievà “Felskluft, Fels, hill” …

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