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Verb : (transitive) To pull (something) with a quick, strong action.

Verb : (transitive, informal) To remove from distribution.


Verb : To move or hit (something) with a short, quick motion.

Verb : To pass by rapidly, so as not to be perceived clearly.


Verb : (transitive) To pull or drag with great effort.

Verb : (transitive) To pull hard repeatedly.

Verb : (transitive) To tow by tugboat.


Verb : (transitive) To push or shake abruptly and roughly.

Verb : (transitive) To knock sharply

Verb : (transitive) To shock (someone) into taking action or being alert


Verb : (transitive) To throw so as to turn over.

Verb : (transitive) To put into a quick revolving motion through a snap of the thumb and index finger.

Verb : (transitive, US politics) To win a state (or county) won by another party in the preceding elections.


Verb : (transitive) To pull with a jerk.

Verb : (transitive) To attach, tie or fasten.

Verb : (informal) To marry oneself to; especially to get hitched.


Noun : (derogatory, slang) A quirky, silly and/or stupid, socially inept person, or one who is out of touch with contemporary trends and typically has unfashionable hobbies. (Overlaps conceptually with nerd and geek, but does not imply the same level of intelligence.)

Noun : (vulgar, slang) The penis.

Noun : (archaic) Alternative form of dirk (“a long dagger”) [A long Scottish dagger with a straight blade.]


Verb : (intransitive) To perform a twitch; spasm.

Verb : (transitive) To cause to twitch; spasm.

Verb : (transitive) To jerk sharply and briefly.


Verb : (intransitive) To copulate, as bucks and does.

Verb : (intransitive) To bend; buckle.

Verb : (intransitive, of a horse or similar saddle or pack animal) To leap upward arching its back, coming down with head low and forelegs stiff, forcefully kicking its hind legs upward, often in an attempt to dislodge or throw a rider or pack.

rate of acceleration

Noun : (mechanics) the rate of change of velocit


Noun : (uncountable) The meat from a cow, bull, or other bovine.

Noun : (in the meat industry, on product packaging) The edible portions of a cow (including those which are not meat).

Noun : (by extension, slang, uncountable) Muscle or musculature; size, strength or potency.


Verb : (transitive) To beat using a flail or similar implement.

Verb : (transitive) To wave or swing vigorously

Verb : (transitive) To thresh.


Verb : (transitive) To push, especially roughly or with force.

Verb : (intransitive) To move off or along by an act of pushing, as with an oar or pole used in a boat; sometimes with off.

Verb : (poker, by ellipsis) To make an all-in bet.


Verb : (transitive) To throw so as to turn over.

Verb : (transitive) To put into a quick revolving motion through a snap of the thumb and index finger.

Verb : (transitive, US politics) To win a state (or county) won by another party in the preceding elections.


Verb : To incline, deviate, or bend, from a vertical position; to be in a position thus inclining or deviating.

Verb : (copulative) To incline in opinion or desire; to conform in conduct; often with to, toward, etc.

Verb : Followed by against, on, or upon: to rest or rely, for support, comfort, etc.


Verb : (transitive) To lift with difficulty; to raise with some effort; to lift (a heavy thing).

Verb : (transitive) To throw, cast.

Verb : (intransitive) To rise and fall.


Verb : (transitive) To pull (something) with a quick, strong action.

Verb : (transitive, informal) To remove from distribution.


Verb : (transitive) To pull or twist violently.

Verb : (transitive) To injure (a joint) by pulling or twisting.

Verb : (transitive) To distort the original meaning of; to misrepresent.


Verb : (intransitive, now archaic) To move (oneself) abruptly or violently; to rush or dash.

Verb : (transitive) To throw with violence or quick movement; to hurl.

Verb : (intransitive, archaic) To throw; to wince; to flounce.


Adjective : (colloquial, US) Tired; fatigued.

Adjective : (slang) Intoxicated on drugs.


Verb : (intransitive) To perform a twitch; spasm.

Verb : (transitive) To cause to twitch; spasm.

Verb : (transitive) To jerk sharply and briefly.


Adjective : Furnished with, or carrying, a quiver for arrows.

Adjective : Sheathed, as in a quiver.


Verb : (transitive)

Verb : To turn (one's eyes or look) at something, often briefly.

Verb : To look briefly at (something).


Verb : (intransitive) To swing the back of a vehicle (originally an aircraft) from side to side.

Verb : (transitive) To cause the back of (a vehicle) to swing from side to side.

Verb : (intransitive) To move with the tail swinging from side to side in this way.


Verb : To make such a sudden, unsteady movement.

Verb : (obsolete) To swallow or eat greedily; to devour; hence, to swallow up.

Verb : (obsolete, transitive) To leave someone in the lurch; to cheat.


Noun : Eye dialect spelling of world. [(with "the" or a plural possessive pronoun) The subjective human experience, regarded collectively; human collective existence; existence in general.]


Adjective : Having lungs (breathing organs).


Adjective : (informal) Drunk.

Adjective : (vulgar, in combination) Having a specified form of penis or a specific number of penises.

Adjective : (firearms) Of a firearm or crossbow; to have the cock lifted or prepared to be fired.


Verb : (transitive) To pull or drag with great effort.

Verb : (transitive) To pull hard repeatedly.

Verb : (transitive) To tow by tugboat.


Verb : (archaic) To stray; to wander; to rove.

Verb : To go out of a straight line; to deflect.

Verb : To wander from any line prescribed, or from a rule or duty; to depart from what is established by law, duty, custom, or the like; to deviate.


Adjective : Impregnated with hops.


Verb : To utter an abrupt, high-pitched noise.


Adjective : (slang, derogatory) Vaccinated; inoculated.


Adjective : Of cooked meat, prepared by being torn into fine pieces.


Adjective : Closed tightly.


Verb : (intransitive) To shake nervously, often from fear or horror.

Verb : (intransitive) To vibrate jerkily.


Verb : (transitive) To grip suddenly; to seize; to clutch.

Verb : (intransitive) To make a sudden grasping or clutching motion (at something).

Verb : To restrain someone; to arrest.


Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To trample heavily.

Verb : (transitive, slang) To severely beat someone physically or figuratively.

Verb : (transitive) To crush grapes with one's feet to make wine


Verb : (transitive) To shake something gently; to rattle or wiggle.

Verb : (intransitive) To shake, rattle, or wiggle.


Noun : A movement that shakes.


Verb : To make the sound of an object dropping into a body of liquid.

Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To land heavily or loosely.

Verb : (Britain) To defecate.


Verb : (intransitive) To rotate about an off-centre fixed point.

Verb : (intransitive) To dance.

Verb : (intransitive) To ride on a swing.


Verb : (intransitive) To feel a prickling or mildly stinging sensation.

Verb : (transitive) To cause to feel a prickling or mildly stinging sensation.

Verb : (intransitive) To ring; to tinkle or twang.


Verb : (intransitive, followed by "at") To look fixedly (at something).

Verb : (transitive) To influence in some way by looking fixedly.

Verb : (intransitive) To be very conspicuous on account of size, prominence, colour, or brilliancy.


Noun : A motion or action that bends.

Noun : An instance of something being adapted or distorted.

Noun : A surname.


Verb : To prod or jab with an object such as a finger or a stick.

Verb : To stir up a fire to remove ash or promote burning.

Verb : (figuratively) To rummage; to feel or grope around.


Adjective : Carrying or bearing a tomahawk.


Verb : (intransitive) To move with an uneven or rocking motion, or unsteadily to and fro.

Verb : (intransitive) To tremble or quaver.

Verb : (intransitive) To vacillate in one's opinions.


Verb : (intransitive) To shake with small, rapid movements to and fro.

Verb : (intransitive) To resonate.

Verb : (transitive) To brandish; to swing to and fro.


Verb : (intransitive) To stare angrily.

Verb : (intransitive) To shine brightly.

Verb : (intransitive) To be bright and intense, or ostentatiously splendid.


Verb : (nautical, transitive) To heave a ship down on one side so as to expose the other, in order to clean it of barnacles and weed, or to repair it below the water line.

Verb : (nautical, intransitive) To tilt on one side.

Verb : (intransitive) To lurch or sway violently from side to side.


Verb : (transitive) To get the flavor of.

Verb : (intransitive) To have a particular taste; used with of.

Verb : (intransitive) To indicate or suggest something; used with of.


Adjective : Not curled; non-curled.


Verb : (transitive) To unwind or untwist (something).

Verb : (intransitive) To unwind or untwist oneself.


Verb : (intransitive) To draw in the breath suddenly, as if from a shock.

Verb : (intransitive) To breathe quickly or in a labored manner, as after exertion; to respire with heaving of the breast; to pant.

Verb : (transitive) To speak in a breathless manner.


Verb : (intransitive) To pull back, especially in disgust, horror or astonishment.

Verb : (intransitive, now rare) To retreat before an opponent.

Verb : (obsolete, intransitive) To retire, withdraw.


Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To scream with a shrill, prolonged sound.

Verb : To make a squealing noise. (of an object)

Verb : (intransitive, slang) To give sensitive information about someone to a third party; to rat on someone.


Verb : (transitive) To remove from a hook.

Verb : (transitive) To unfasten by means of hooks.

Verb : (transitive, colloquial) To unfasten the bra of (its wearer).


Noun : The motion of something that wiggles.


Verb : (transitive) To strike with one's fist.

Verb : (transitive, of cattle) To herd.

Verb : (transitive) To operate (a device or system) by depressing a button, key, bar, or pedal, or by similar means.



Verb : (transitive)

Verb : To hit (someone or something) hard, especially with a flat implement or a stick; to thrash, to whack.

Verb : (also figuratively) To drive or force (someone or something) by, or as if by, beating or hitting; to knock.


Noun : (slang, derogatory, offensive) A special education student, usually an autistic person.

Noun : Acronym of special education. [Any of several educational services designed for students with learning difficulties, mental health problems, or other disabilities.]

Noun : Alternative form of SPED (“special education”)


Verb : (transitive, intransitive) To apply a force to (an object) such that it moves away from the person or thing applying the force.

Verb : (transitive) To continually attempt to persuade (a person) into a particular course of action.

Verb : (transitive) To press or urge forward; to drive.


Verb : To knock against or run into with a jolt.

Verb : To move up or down by a step; displace.

Verb : (Internet) To post in an Internet forum thread in order to raise the thread's profile by returning it to the top of the list of active threads.


Adjective : Marked with, bearing, or wearing the sign of the cross.

Adjective : In a crouching position.


Verb : (transitive, archaic)

Verb : To propel or throw (something) hard or violently; to fling, to hurl.

Verb : To cause (someone or something) to collide with or hit another person or thing; or (two people or things) to collide with or hit each other.


Verb : (intransitive, also figuratively) To cry out with a shrill voice; to utter a sudden, shout outcry, or shrill, loud cry, as in fright or extreme pain; to screech, to shriek.

Verb : (intransitive, figuratively)

Verb : To move quickly; to race.


Noun : the folding of an articulated vehicle so that it resembles the acute angle of a folding pocket knife.


Adjective : Very busied with work.

Adjective : Drunk.

Adjective : Packed, crowded, (of a venue) full of would-be customers.


Verb : (intransitive) To hunt for whales.

Verb : (slang, transitive) To thrash, to flog, to beat vigorously or soundly.


Verb : To perform a somersault.


Verb : (medicine) To extend a joint beyond its normal position in a way that stresses the ligaments, often causing injury


Verb : To make an unsuccessful effort to vomit; to strain, as in vomiting.

Verb : (transitive, intransitive, obsolete) To reck.

Verb : (dialectal) Alternative form of reach [(intransitive) To extend, stretch, or thrust out (for example a limb or object held in the hand).]


Verb : (intransitive) To move about smoothly and from side to side.

Verb : (intransitive) To slide


Verb : (intransitive) To flinch as if in pain or distress.

Verb : (transitive) To wash (cloth), dip it in dye, etc., with the use of a wince.

Verb : To kick or flounce when unsteady or impatient.


Verb : (obsolete, nautical) To let out (a sail-line), to allow (a sheet) to run out.

Verb : (intransitive) To change direction or course suddenly; to swerve.

Verb : (intransitive, of the wind) To shift in a clockwise direction (if in the Northern Hemisphere, or in a counterclockwise direction if in the Southern Hemisphere).


Verb : (intransitive) To creep; to move slowly on hands and knees, or by dragging the body along the ground.

Verb : (intransitive) To move forward slowly, with frequent stops.

Verb : (intransitive) To act in a servile manner.


Verb : To make such a sound.

Verb : (intransitive, figuratively) To travel very fast, as if making the sounds of brakes being released.


Verb : (intransitive, of a person) To make a grunt or grunts.

Verb : (intransitive, of a pig) To make a grunt or grunts.

Verb : (intransitive, UK, slang) To break wind; to fart.


Verb : (intransitive) To yell or shout.

Verb : (transitive) To call out one or more words

Verb : To complain, gripe


Adjective : Having a knee or knees, or, in combination, the stated type of knee or knees.

Adjective : (botany) Having angular joints like the knee.


Noun : A tremble.


Verb : (intransitive) To make a pop, or sharp, quick sound.

Verb : (ergative) To burst (something) with a popping sound.

Verb : (intransitive, with in, out, upon, etc.) To enter, or issue forth, with a quick, sudden movement; to move from place to place suddenly; to dart.


Adjective : struck with especially the open han


Adjective : (not comparable) Contained in a jar.

Adjective : Feeling shaken or uncomfortable.

Adjective : (slang) Drunk.


Verb : To (gently) tap the flat of one's hand on a person or thing.

Verb : To hit lightly and repeatedly with the flat of the hand to make smooth or flat

Verb : (UK, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa) To stroke or fondle (an animal). Compare pet.


Noun : An impression of an embossed or incised surface made by placing a piece of paper over it and rubbing with graphite, crayon or other coloring agent.


Verb : To seize, as though with claws.

Verb : To grip or grasp tightly.

Verb : (video games) To win despite being the only remaining player on one's team, against several opponents.


Verb : (transitive) To move (something) with short, quick motions; to wobble.

Verb : (intransitive) To reel, sway, or move from side to side; to move with a wagging motion; to waddle.


Verb : (transitive) to release the clasp from something

Verb : (intransitive) to become unfastened

Verb : (transitive) to separate from being clasped


Verb : To make a groan.

Verb : (figurative) To seemingly creak under the strain of being heavily laden.

Verb : (obsolete) To strive after earnestly, as if with groans.


Verb : (intransitive) To fall over or stumble over an object as a result of striking it with one's foot

Verb : (transitive, sometimes followed by "up") To cause (a person or animal) to fall or stumble by knocking their feet from under them.

Verb : (intransitive) To be guilty of a misstep or mistake; to commit an offence against morality, propriety, etc


Noun : a person who is being chase



Adjective : Having an end cut off; trimmed or cut back.

Adjective : (of speech) With each word pronounced separately and distinctly.

Adjective : (informal) Circumcised.


Adjective : (colloquial) Filled to capacity, especially with people.


Adjective : firmly fastened or secured against openin


Noun : a 1996 Canadian romantic/erotic drama film directed and co-written by Lynne Stopkewich, based on Barbara Gowdy's short story "We So Seldom Look on Love".

Noun : a 1922 American silent comedy film directed by King Baggot and starring Marie Prevost, Lloyd Whitlock, and Lillian Langdon.


Adjective : (Internet) unsuccessful delivery of email

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