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tergiverse

deliberately obfuscated

added by anonymous
19 days ago
official

A document with power or authority defined in a form of agreement or legislation.

added by MaryC
19 days ago
borner

Could be more then borning.

added by anonymous
20 days ago
Paxson

angel of peace

added by anonymous
20 days ago
AZ

It is some kind of a wood working tool

added by anonymous
20 days ago
any

A specific amount.

added by MaryC
20 days ago
dyfodol

future

added by anonymous
20 days ago
fluid

Matter in a gas form.

added by MaryC
20 days ago
tell over

To speak angrily. Tell something in anger

added by anonymous
20 days ago
tell over

To speak angrily. Tell something in anger

added by anonymous
20 days ago
lulodilmopetismo

Conjunto das doutrinas e do pensamento político que liga Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, Dilma Vana Rousseff e o Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT).

added by jo2020
20 days ago
dilmopetismo

Conjunto das doutrinas e do pensamento político que liga Dilma Vana Rousseff e o Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT).

added by jo2020
20 days ago
lulodilmopetista

Relativo ao político Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, à política Dilma Vana Rousseff e ao Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT) ou quem apoia juntamente estes dois políticos e este partido, todos de esquerda à extrema-esquerda.

added by jo2020
20 days ago
dilmopetista

Relativo à política Dilma Vana Rousseff e ao Partido dos Trabalhadores (PT) ou quem apoia juntamente esta política e este partido, ambos de esquerda à extrema-esquerda.

added by jo2020
20 days ago
intellectual myopia

a phrase coined for stupidity.

added by Robert_Haigh
20 days ago
approves

Verb form of the word approve.

added by MaryC
20 days ago
jib sheet

(noun) SAILING a rope by which a jib is trimmed.

added by Robert_Haigh
20 days ago
orthoclase

Noun) a common rock-forming mineral occurring typically as white or pink crystals. It is a potassium-rich alkali feldspar and is used in ceramics and glass-making.

added by Robert_Haigh
20 days ago
barr

the top

added by anonymous
20 days ago
CATALYST

You can describe a person or thing that causes a change or event to happen as a catalyst.a substance that enables a chemical reaction to proceed at a usually faster rate or under different conditions (as at a lower temperature) than otherwise possible;a person or thing that precipitates an event or change; something that makes a chemical reaction happen more quickly without itself being changed;an event or person that causes great change;a person whose talk, enthusiasm, or energy causes others to be more friendly, enthusiastic, or energetic;an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action;someone or something that causes something to happen or change;Causes,cause,source.

added by anonymous
20 days ago
DIRIGISME

economic planning and control by the state;a system in which the government has a lot of control over a country's economy;control by the state of economic and social matters;government control or intervention, esp. in business activity or the economy.

added by anonymous
20 days ago
INTERMITTENT

coming and going at intervals : not continuous;stopping and starting at irregular intervals;not happening regularly or continuously; stopping and starting repeatedly or with periods in between;Something that is intermittent happens occasionally rather than continuously.Happening or appearing now and then:fitful, occasional, periodic, periodical, sporadic.Informal: on-again, off-again.periodic, broken, occasional, recurring, irregular, punctuated, sporadic, recurrent, stop-go (informal),fitful, spasmodic, discontinuous;stopping or ceasing for a time; alternately ceasing and beginning again;alternately functioning and not functioning or alternately functioning properly and improperly.(of streams, lakes, or springs) recurrent;constant, continuous, incessant, unceasing.

added by anonymous
20 days ago
entrench

If something such as power, a custom, or an idea is entrenched, it is firmly established, so that it would be difficult to change it.to place someone or something in a very strong position that cannot easily be changed or removed;to place within or surround with a trench especially for defense;to place (oneself) in a strong defensive position; to establish solidly;to cut into : FURROW,specifically : to erode downward so as to form a trench;to dig trenches for defensive purposes around (oneself, a military position, etc.)to dig or occupy a trench for defensive purposes; to enter upon or take over something unfairly, improperly, or unlawfully;to trespass or encroach; infringe : ENCROACH —used with on or upon;bed, embed (also imbed), enroot, fix, impact, implant, ingrain (also engrain), lodge, root.

added by anonymous
20 days ago
PROPITIOUS

If something is propitious, it is likely to lead to success;with the conditions or qualities needed for a successful result;likely to result in success, or showing signs of success;favorably disposed : BENEVOLENT,being a good omen : AUSPICIOUS,tending to favor,indicative of favor : ADVANTAGEOUS,favorably inclined; disposed to bestow favors or forgive; bright, encouraging, fair, golden, heartening, hopeful, likely, optimistic,rose-colored, roseate, rosy, upbeat,Likely or certain to be successful,feasible,promising,up-and-coming,presenting favorable conditions,favorable; auguring well,gracious or favourably inclined;Affording benefit:benefic, beneficent, beneficial, benignant, favorable, good, helpful, profitable, salutary, toward, useful.Occurring at a fitting or advantageous time: favorable, opportune, prosperous, seasonable, timely, well-timed.Indicative of future success or full of promise:benign,brilliant, fair, favorable, fortunate, good.favourable,lucky.

added by anonymous
20 days ago
SCORNFUL

If you are scornful of someone or something, you show contempt for them.a very strong feeling of no respect for someone or something that you think is stupid or has no value;to treat with a great lack of respect, or to refuse something because you think it is wrong or not acceptable;to show scorn for someone or something;to refuse advice or an offer because you are too proud; To consider or treat as contemptible or unworthy;To consider or reject (doing something) as beneath one's dignity;full of scorn : CONTEMPTUOUS,abhorrent,disdainful;feeling or expressing scorn;Disrespect and not showing respect:scorn,disdain,contempt,insulting, mocking, defiant,full of scorn, derisive,withering, sneering, slighting, jeering, scoffing, scathing, sarcastic, sardonic, haughty,insolent,supercilious, contumelious.

added by anonymous
21 days ago

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