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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: ????AST

abreast

abreast
(adv.) Side by side, with breasts in a line; as, "Two men could hardly walk abreast."
(adv.) Side by side; also, opposite; over against; on a line with the vessel's beam; -- with of.
(adv.) Up to a certain level or line; equally advanced; as, to keep abreast of [or with] the present state of science.
(adv.) At the same time; simultaneously.

accoast

accoast
(v. t. & i.) To lie or sail along the coast or side of; to accost.

arblast

arblast
(n.) A crossbow. See Arbalest.

ballast

ballast
(a.) Any heavy substance, as stone, iron, etc., put into the hold to sink a vessel in the water to such a depth as to prevent capsizing.
(a.) Any heavy matter put into the car of a balloon to give it steadiness.
(a.) Gravel, broken stone, etc., laid in the bed of a railroad to make it firm and solid.
(a.) The larger solids, as broken stone or gravel, used in making concrete.
(a.) Fig.: That which gives, or helps to maintain, uprightness, steadiness, and security.
(v. t.) To steady, as a vessel, by putting heavy substances in the hold.
(v. t.) To fill in, as the bed of a railroad, with gravel, stone, etc., in order to make it firm and solid.
(v. t.) To keep steady; to steady, morally.

bedfast

bedfast
Confined to bed (by illness)

belfast

belfast
Capital and largest city of Northern Ireland; the center of Protestantism in Northern Ireland

bombast

bombast
(a.) High-sounding; inflated; big without meaning; magniloquent; bombastic.
(n.) Originally, cotton, or cotton wool.
(n.) Cotton, or any soft, fibrous material, used as stuffing for garments; stuffing; padding.
(n.) Fig.: High-sounding words; an inflated style; language above the dignity of the occasion; fustian.
(v. t.) To swell or fill out; to pad; to inflate.

dismast

dismast
(v. t.) To deprive of a mast of masts; to break and carry away the masts from; as, a storm dismasted the ship.

durmast

durmast
Deciduous European oak valued for its tough elastic wood

fantast

fantast
(n.) One whose manners or ideas are fantastic.

flypast

flypast
A flight at a low altitude (usually of military aircraft) over spectators on the ground

gymnast

gymnast
(n.) One who teaches or practices gymnastic exercises; the manager of a gymnasium; an athlete.

lambast

lambast
Censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
Beat with a cane

mideast

mideast
The area around the eastern Mediterranean; from Turkey to northern Africa and eastward to Iran; the site of such ancient civilizations as Phoenicia and Babylon and Egypt and the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity and Islam; had continuous economic and political turmoil in the 20th century; "the Middle East is the cradle of Western civilization"

miscast

miscast
(n.) An erroneous cast or reckoning.
(v. t.) To cast or reckon wrongly.

outcast

outcast
(a.) Cast out; degraded.
(n.) One who is cast out or expelled; an exile; one driven from home, society, or country; hence, often, a degraded person; a vagabond.
(n.) A quarrel; a contention.

outlast

outlast
(v. t.) To exceed in duration; to survive; to endure longer than.

peltast

peltast
A type of light infantry trained in Ancient Greece.

podcast

podcast
Distribute (multimedia files) over the internet for playback on a mobile device or a personal computer

precast

precast
Of structural members especially of concrete; cast into form before being transported to the site of installation

sitfast

sitfast
(a.) Fixed; stationary; immovable.
(n.) A callosity with inflamed edges, on the back of a horse, under the saddle.
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