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(v. t.) To destroy the self-possession of; to confuse or confound, as by exciting suddenly a consciousness of guilt, mistake, or inferiority; to put to shame; to disconcert; to discomfit.


(a.) Washed by the waves or tide; -- said of a rock or strip of shore, or (Naut.) of an anchor, etc., when flush with the surface of the water, so that the waves break over it.


(a.) Hasty in temper; impetuous.
(a.) Brittle, as wood or vegetables.
(n.) A rash or eruption; a sudden or transient fit of sickness.
(n.) Refuse boughs of trees; also, the clippings of hedges.
(n.) Broken and angular fragments of rocks underlying alluvial deposits.
(n.) Broken fragments of ice.


(n.) A loud noise resulting from collision; a noisy collision of bodies; a collision.
(n.) Opposition; contradiction; as between differing or contending interests, views, purposes, etc.
(v. i.) To make a noise by striking against something; to dash noisily together.
(v. i.) To meet in opposition; to act in a contrary direction; to come onto collision; to interfere.
(v. t.) To strike noisily against or together.


(n.) A loud, sudden, confused sound, as of many things falling and breaking at once.
(n.) Ruin; failure; sudden breaking down, as of a business house or a commercial enterprise.
(n.) Coarse, heavy, narrow linen cloth, used esp. for towels.
(v. i.) To make a loud, clattering sound, as of many things falling and breaking at once; to break in pieces with a harsh noise.
(v. i.) To break with violence and noise; as, the chimney in falling crashed through the roof.
(v. t.) To break in pieces violently; to dash together with noise and violence.


(a.) Showy, but counterfeit; cheap, pretentious, and vulgar; as, flash jewelry; flash finery.
(a.) Wearing showy, counterfeit ornaments; vulgarly pretentious; as, flash people; flash men or women; -- applied especially to thieves, gamblers, and prostitutes that dress in a showy way and wear much cheap jewelry.
(n.) To trick up in a showy manner.
(n.) To strike and throw up large bodies of water from the surface; to splash.
(n.) A sudden burst of light; a flood of light instantaneously appearing and disappearing; a momentary blaze; as, a flash of lightning.
(n.) A sudden and brilliant burst, as of wit or genius; a momentary brightness or show.
(n.) The time during which a flash is visible; an instant; a very brief period.
(n.) A preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for coloring and giving a fictious strength to liquors.
(n.) Slang or cant of thieves and prostitutes.
(n.) A pool.
(n.) A reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, just above a shoal, so that the stream may pour in water as boats pass, and thus bear them over the shoal.
(v. i.) To burst or break forth with a sudden and transient flood of flame and light; as, the lighting flashes vividly; the powder flashed.
(v. i.) To break forth, as a sudden flood of light; to burst instantly and brightly on the sight; to show a momentary brilliancy; to come or pass like a flash.
(v. i.) To burst forth like a sudden flame; to break out violently; to rush hastily.
(v. t.) To send out in flashes; to cause to burst forth with sudden flame or light.
(v. t.) To convey as by a flash; to light up, as by a sudden flame or light; as, to flash a message along the wires; to flash conviction on the mind.
(v. t.) To cover with a thin layer, as objects of glass with glass of a different color. See Flashing, n., 3 (b).


(v. i.) To grind or strike the teeth together.
(v. t.) To strike together, as in anger or pain; as, to gnash the teeth.


(n.) A thong of leather, or a long cord, by which a falconer holds his hawk, or a courser his dog.
(n.) A brace and a half; a tierce; three; three creatures of any kind, especially greyhounds, foxes, bucks, and hares; hence, the number three in general.
(n.) A string with a loop at the end for lifting warp threads, in a loom.
(v. t.) To tie together, or hold, with a leash.


(n.) The branch of a tree partly cut or bent, and bound to, or intertwined with, other branches.
(v.) A small pool of standing water; a puddle.
(v.) A dash of water; a splash.
(v. i.) To dabble in water; to splash.
(v. t.) To splash, as water.
(v. t.) To splash or sprinkle with coloring matter; as, to plash a wall in imitation of granite.
(v. t.) To cut partly, or to bend and intertwine the branches of; as, to plash a hedge.


(n.) Same as Squash.
(v. i.) To be shaken, or dashed about, with noise.
(v. t.) To abate, annul, overthrow, or make void; as, to quash an indictment.
(v. t.) To beat down, or beat in pieces; to dash forcibly; to crush.
(v. t.) To crush; to subdue; to suppress or extinguish summarily and completely; as, to quash a rebellion.


(n.) The electric catfish.


(n.) The scarf of a turban.
(n.) A sash.


(n.) A long cut; a cut made at random.
(n.) A large slit in the material of any garment, made to show the lining through the openings.
(n.) Swampy or wet lands overgrown with bushes.
(v. i.) To strike violently and at random, esp. with an edged instrument; to lay about one indiscriminately with blows; to cut hastily and carelessly.
(v. t.) To cut by striking violently and at random; to cut in long slits.
(v. t.) To lash; to ply the whip to.
(v. t.) To crack or snap, as a whip.


(n.) A breaking or dashing to pieces; utter destruction; wreck.
(n.) Hence, bankruptcy.
(v. i.) To break up, or to pieces suddenly, as the result of collision or pressure.
(v. t.) To break in pieces by violence; to dash to pieces; to crush.


Save up as for future use
A secret store of valuables or money


(n.) Impulse of water flowing with violence; a dashing or splashing of water.
(n.) A narrow sound or channel of water lying within a sand bank, or between a sand bank and the shore, or a bar over which the sea washes.
(n.) Liquid filth; wash; hog mash.
(n.) A blustering noise; a swaggering behavior.
(n.) A swaggering fellow; a swasher.
(v. i.) To dash or flow noisily, as water; to splash; as, water swashing on a shallow place.
(v. i.) To fall violently or noisily.
(v. i.) To bluster; to make a great noise; to vapor or brag.
(v. t.) An oval figure, whose moldings are oblique to the axis of the work.
(v. t.) Soft, like fruit too ripe; swashy.


(n.) That which is worthless or useless; rubbish; refuse.
(n.) Especially, loppings and leaves of trees, bruised sugar cane, or the like.
(n.) A worthless person.
(n.) A collar, leash, or halter used to restrain a dog in pursuing game.
(v. i.) To follow with violence and trampling.
(v. t.) To free from trash, or worthless matter; hence, to lop; to crop, as to trash the rattoons of sugar cane.
(v. t.) To treat as trash, or worthless matter; hence, to spurn, humiliate, or crush.
(v. t.) To hold back by a trash or leash, as a dog in pursuing game; hence, to retard, encumber, or restrain; to clog; to hinder vexatiously.