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arable

arable
(a.) Fit for plowing or tillage; -- hence, often applied to land which has been plowed or tilled.
(n.) Arable land; plow land.

avails

avails
A means of serving; "of no avail"; "there's no help for it"
Use to one's advantage; "He availed himself of the available resources"
Take or use; "She helped herself to some of the office supplies"
Be of use to, be useful to; "It will avail them to dispose of their booty"

beadle

beadle
(v.) A messenger or crier of a court; a servitor; one who cites or bids persons to appear and answer; -- called also an apparitor or summoner.
(v.) An officer in a university, who precedes public processions of officers and students.
(v.) An inferior parish officer in England having a variety of duties, as the preservation of order in church service, the chastisement of petty offenders, etc.

beagle

beagle
(n.) A small hound, or hunting dog, twelve to fifteen inches high, used in hunting hares and other small game. See Illustration in Appendix.
(n.) Fig.: A spy or detective; a constable.

bragly

bragly
(adv.) In a manner to be bragged of; finely; proudly.

brails

brails
Haul fish aboard with brails
Take in a sail with a brail
A small rope (one of several) used to draw a sail in
A small net used to draw fish into a boat

branle

branle
A 16th-century French country dance style which moves mainly from side to side, and is performed by couples in either a line or a circle.

brawls

brawls
A noisy fight in a crowd
An uproarious party
To quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively; "The bar keeper threw them out, but they continued to wrangle on down the street"

cradle

cradle
(n.) A bed or cot for a baby, oscillating on rockers or swinging on pivots; hence, the place of origin, or in which anything is nurtured or protected in the earlier period of existence; as, a cradle of crime; the cradle of liberty.
(n.) Infancy, or very early life.
(n.) An implement consisting of a broad scythe for cutting grain, with a set of long fingers parallel to the scythe, designed to receive the grain, and to lay it evenly in a swath.
(n.) A tool used in mezzotint engraving, which, by a rocking motion, raises burrs on the surface of the plate, so preparing the ground.
(n.) A framework of timbers, or iron bars, moving upon ways or rollers, used to support, lift, or carry ships or other vessels, heavy guns, etc., as up an inclined plane, or across a strip of land, or in launching a ship.
(n.) A case for a broken or dislocated limb.
(n.) A frame to keep the bedclothes from contact with the person.
(n.) A machine on rockers, used in washing out auriferous earth; -- also called a rocker.
(n.) A suspended scaffold used in shafts.
(n.) The ribbing for vaulted ceilings and arches intended to be covered with plaster.
(n.) The basket or apparatus in which, when a line has been made fast to a wrecked ship from the shore, the people are brought off from the wreck.
(v. i.) To lie or lodge, as in a cradle.
(v. t.) To lay to rest, or rock, as in a cradle; to lull or quiet, as by rocking.
(v. t.) To nurse or train in infancy.
(v. t.) To cut and lay with a cradle, as grain.
(v. t.) To transport a vessel by means of a cradle.

crawls

crawls
Be full of; "The old cheese was crawling with maggots"
Feel as if crawling with insects; "My skin crawled--I was terrified"
A slow mode of locomotion on hands and knees or dragging the body; "a crawl was all that the injured man could manage"; "the traffic moved at a creep"
A very slow movement; "the traffic advanced at a crawl"
Move slowly; in the case of people or animals with the body near the ground; "The crocodile was crawling along the riverbed"
A swimming stroke; arms are moved alternately overhead accompanied by a flutter kick
Swim by doing the crawl; "European children learn the breast stroke; they often don't know how to crawl"
Show submission or fear

deadly

deadly
(a.) Capable of causing death; mortal; fatal; destructive; certain or likely to cause death; as, a deadly blow or wound.
(a.) Aiming or willing to destroy; implacable; desperately hostile; flagitious; as, deadly enemies.
(a.) Subject to death; mortal.
(adv.) In a manner resembling, or as if produced by, death.
(adv.) In a manner to occasion death; mortally.
(adv.) In an implacable manner; destructively.
(adv.) Extremely.

deafly

deafly
(a.) Lonely; solitary.
(adv.) Without sense of sounds; obscurely.

dearly

dearly
(adv.) In a dear manner; with affection; heartily; earnestly; as, to love one dearly.
(adv.) At a high rate or price; grievously.
(adv.) Exquisitely.

drably

drably
In a drab manner; "she dresses drably"

drawls

drawls
Lengthen and slow down or draw out; "drawl one's vowels"
A slow speech pattern with prolonged vowels

dwaule

dwaule
(v. i.) To be delirious.

emails

emails
(computer science) a system of world-wide electronic communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal that can be regenerated at the recipient's terminal when the recipient logs in; "you cannot send packages by electronic mail"
Communicate electronically on the computer; "she e-mailed me the good news"

enable

enable
(v. t.) To give strength or ability to; to make firm and strong.
(v. t.) To make able (to do, or to be, something); to confer sufficient power upon; to furnish with means, opportunities, and the like; to render competent for; to empower; to endow.
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