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1. One who is learning the alphabet, hence, a beginner.
2. One engaged in teaching the alphabet.
3. Pertaining to the letters of the alphabet.
4. Arranged alphabetically.
5. Rudimentary, elementary.
To give only the main facts and not the details about something, especially something that will happen in the future.
Brainless, lacking a brain, empty-headed.
The attribution of human traits to inanimate objects and nonhuman beings, such as animals and gods.
Of, pertaining to, or characterized by atavism, reverting to or suggesting the characteristics of a remote ancestor or primitive type.
A person with refined and sociable tastes, especially one who enjoys fine food and drink.
To argue stubbornly about trifles, wrangle.
Noisy, quarrelsome chatter.
A girl who is fun, intelligent, beautiful, perfect in every way... except she's devoutly religious.
Conveying disapproval or censure, not complimentary or eulogistic.
Lasting a very short time.
1. The addition of a word or words to explain a preceding word or sentence.
2. The word or words so added.
Tolerant of wide variation in one or more environmental factors.
1. A person having many diverse activities or responsibilities.
2. A general servant.
Inviolate, undefiled, unsullied, pure.
1. Not to be broken or violated, inviolable, an irrefrangible rule of etiquette.
2. Incapable of being refracted.
Meaningless speech or writing.
1. An impertinent, presumptuous person, especially a young man, whippersnapper.
2. An impudent, mischievous child.
3. Archaic. An ape or monkey.
1. An extreme radical, especially in politics.
2. (In the French Revolution) a member of a radical society or club of revolutionaries that promoted the Reign of Terror and other extreme measures, active chiefly from 1789 to 1794: so called from the Dominican convent in Paris, where they originally met.
3. A Dominican friar.
4. (Lowercase) one of a fancy breed of domestic pigeons having neck feathers that hang over the head like a hood.
1. A giver of uninvited or unwanted advice.
2. A spectator at a card game who looks at the players' cards over their shoulders, especially one who gives unsolicited advice.
3. A person who jokes, chitchats, or makes wisecracks, especially while others are trying to work or to discuss something seriously.
A stolen article found on the person of or near the thief, to be taken with the mainour.
adverb or adjective
With or in bad faith.
1. Of or relating to a prostitute, having the nature of prostitution.
2. Twdrily and falsely attractive.
3. Superficially significant, pretentious.
1. Vocation, trade.
2. An area of activity in which one excels, forte.
Relating to, involving, or dealing with abstract, general, or universal statements or laws.
To cloud over, becloud; obscure.
A flourish made after a signature, as in a document, originally as a precaution against forgery.
1. Resembling a rose especially in having a pink color.
2. Overly optimistic, viewed favorably.
1. A subordinate ruler, often a despotic one.
2. A governor of a province under the ancient Persian monarchy.
Self-possession or imperturbability especially under strain.
1. To cheat by trickery.
2. To swindle by a trick in which a small ball or pea is quickly shifted from under one to another of three small cups to fool the spectator guessing its location.
1. North England Dialect, shade, shadow.
2. An earth consisting chiefly of a hydrated oxide of iron and some oxide of manganese, used in its natural state as a brown pigment (raw umber) or, after heating, as a reddish-brown pigment (burnt umber).
3. The color of such a pigment, dark dusky brown or dark reddish brown.
4. Ichthyology. the European grayling, Thymallus thymallus.
Of the color umber.
To color with or as if with umber.
Miscellaneous items, especially a miscellany of literary works.
A person's vocabulary.
An hors d'oeuvre.