The word man Tim [POSP Stringer] has struck again with a new list of words.
BIB-loh; Fr. beebuh-LOH
A small object of curiosity, beauty, or rarity.
1. Any supplement, appendix.
2. A supplement to a will, containing an addition, explanation, modification, etc., of something in the will.
To intersect or cross.
DEM-ee-mond; Fr. duh-mee-MAWND
1. A group characterized by lack of success or status, the literary demimonde.
2. (especially during the last half of the 19th century) a class of women who have lost their standing in respectable society because of indiscreet behavior or sexual promiscuity.
3. A demimondaine.
4. Prostitutes or courtesans in general.
5. A group whose activities are ethically or legally questionable, a demimonde of investigative journalists writing for the sensationalist tabloids.
1, Of, relating to, or written in a simplified form of the ancient Egyptian hieratic writing.
2. Common, popular.
3. Of or relating to the form of Modern Greek that is based on everyday speech.
1a. Subject to two or more interpretations and usually used to mislead or confuse.
1b. uncertain as an indication or sign.
2a. Of uncertain nature or classification.
2b. Of uncertain disposition toward a person or thing : undecided.
2c. Of doubtful advantage, genuineness, or moral rectitude.
Excessively scanty, inadequate.
1. To beat with or as if with a short heavy club.
2. To criticize severely.
1. Characterized by aphorism.
2. Given to the composition of aphoristic writing.
A female demon.
to contrive or plot, especially artfully or with evil purpose, to machinate the overthrow of the government.
1. A potion used by the ancients to induce forgetfulness of pain or sorrow.
2. Something capable of causing oblivion of grief or suffering.
1. Permitting the viewing of all parts or elements, a panoptic stain used in microscopy, a panoptic aerial photograph of an enemy missile base.
2. Considering all parts or elements, all inclusive, a panoptic criticism of modern poetry.
ple-THAWR-ik, -THOR-, PLETH-uh-rik
1. Overfull, turgid, inflated, a plethoric, pompous speech.
2. Of, pertaining to, or characterized by plethora.
1. A charlatan.
2. A quack doctor.
rash-ee-os-uh-NEY-shuhn, -oh-suh-, rat-ee-
The process of logical reasoning.
1. A surviving species of an otherwise extinct group of organisms, also, a remnant of a formerly widespread species that persists in an isolated area.
2. Something left unchanged.
1. Having many syllables, long.
2. Using long words.
1. Irritable, peevish, spiteful.
2. Of the spleen, splenic.
3. Obsolete. Affected with, characterized by, or tending to produce
1. Of, relating to, or occurring in the Spring.
2. Fresh or new like the spring, also, youthful.