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addax

addax
(n.) One of the largest African antelopes (Hippotragus, / Oryx, nasomaculatus).

admix

admix
(v. t.) To mingle with something else; to mix.

affix

affix
(n.) That which is affixed; an appendage; esp. one or more letters or syllables added at the end of a word; a suffix; a postfix.
(v. t.) To subjoin, annex, or add at the close or end; to append to; to fix to any part of; as, to affix a syllable to a word; to affix a seal to an instrument; to affix one's name to a writing.
(v. t.) To fix or fasten in any way; to attach physically.
(v. t.) To attach, unite, or connect with; as, names affixed to ideas, or ideas affixed to things; to affix a stigma to a person; to affix ridicule or blame to any one.
(v. t.) To fix or fasten figuratively; -- with on or upon; as, eyes affixed upon the ground.

ampyx

ampyx
(n.) A woman's headband (sometimes of metal), for binding the front hair.

annex

annex
(n.) Something annexed or appended; as, an additional stipulation to a writing, a subsidiary building to a main building; a wing.
(v. i.) To join; to be united.
(v. t.) To join or attach; usually to subjoin; to affix; to append; -- followed by to.
(v. t.) To join or add, as a smaller thing to a greater.
(v. t.) To attach or connect, as a consequence, condition, etc.; as, to annex a penalty to a prohibition, or punishment to guilt.

beaux

beaux
(n.) pl. of Beau.
(pl.) of Beau
(pl.) of Bel-esprit

borax

borax
(n.) A white or gray crystalline salt, with a slight alkaline taste, used as a flux, in soldering metals, making enamels, fixing colors on porcelain, and as a soap. It occurs native in certain mineral springs, and is made from the boric acid of hot springs in Tuscany. It was originally obtained from a lake in Thibet, and was sent to Europe under the name of tincal. Borax is a pyroborate or tetraborate of sodium, Na2B4O7.10H2O.

botox

botox
A neurotoxin (trade name Botox) that is used clinically in small quantities to treat strabismus and facial spasms and other neurological disorders characterized by abnormal muscle contractions; is also used by cosmetic surgeons to smooth frown lines temporarily

bronx

bronx
A borough of New York City

calix

calix
(n.) A cup. See Calyx.

calyx

calyx
(n.) The covering of a flower. See Flower.
(n.) A cuplike division of the pelvis of the kidney, which surrounds one or more of the renal papillae.

carex

carex
(n.) A numerous and widely distributed genus of perennial herbaceous plants of the order Cypreaceae; the sedges.

cimex

cimex
(n.) A genus of hemipterous insects of which the bedbug is the best known example. See Bedbug.

codex

codex
(n.) A book; a manuscript.
(n.) A collection or digest of laws; a code.
(n.) An ancient manuscript of the Sacred Scriptures, or any part of them, particularly the New Testament.
(n.) A collection of canons.

creux

creux
(n.) Used in English only in the expression en creux. Thus, engraving en creux is engraving in intaglio, or by sinking or hollowing out the design.

culex

culex
(n.) A genus of dipterous insects, including the gnat and mosquito.

cylix

cylix
A shallow drinking cup with two handles; used in ancient Greece

defix

defix
(v. t.) To fix; to fasten; to establish.

desex

desex
Make infertile; "in some countries, people with genetically transmissible disabilites are sterilized"

detox

detox
Treat for alcohol or drug dependence; "He was detoxified in the clinic"
The hospital ward or clinic in which patients are detoxified

devex

devex
(a.) Bending down; sloping.
(n.) Devexity.

donax

donax
(n.) A canelike grass of southern Europe (Arundo Donax), used for fishing rods, etc.
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