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aichsmetal

aich's metal
A kind of gun metal, containing copper, zinc, and iron, but no tin.

birdsmouth

bird's-mouth
(n.) An interior angle or notch cut across a piece of timber, for the reception of the edge of another, as that in a rafter to be laid on a plate; -- commonly called crow's-foot in the United States.

birthmarks

birthmarks
A blemish on the skin that is formed before birth

circumcise

circumcise
(v. t.) To cut off the prepuce of foreskin of, in the case of males, and the internal labia of, in the case of females.
(v. t.) To purify spiritually.

circumduce

circumduce
(v. t.) To declare elapsed, as the time allowed for introducing evidence.

circumduct

circumduct
(v. t.) To lead about; to lead astray.
(v. t.) To contravene; to nullify; as, to circumduct acts of judicature.

circumflex

circumflex
(a.) Moving or turning round; circuitous.
(a.) Curved circularly; -- applied to several arteries of the hip and thigh, to arteries, veins, and a nerve of the shoulder, and to other parts.
(n.) A wave of the voice embracing both a rise and fall or a fall and a rise on the same a syllable.
(n.) A character, or accent, denoting in Greek a rise and of the voice on the same long syllable, marked thus [~ or /]; and in Latin and some other languages, denoting a long and contracted syllable, marked [/ or ^]. See Accent, n., 2.
(v. t.) To mark or pronounce with a circumflex.

circumfuse

circumfuse
(v. t.) To pour round; to spread round.

circummure

circummure
(v. t.) To encompass with a wall.

circumvent

circumvent
(v. t.) To gain advantage over by arts, stratagem, or deception; to decieve; to delude; to get around.

circumvest

circumvest
(v. t.) To cover round, as with a garment; to invest.

diagometer

diagometer
(n.) A sort of electroscope, invented by Rousseau, in which the dry pile is employed to measure the amount of electricity transmitted by different bodies, or to determine their conducting power.

diatomites

diatomites
A light soil consisting of siliceous diatom remains and often used as a filtering material

digammated

digammated
(a.) Having the digamma or its representative letter or sound; as, the Latin word vis is a digammated form of the Greek /.

diplomatic

diplomatic
(a.) Alt. of Diplomatical
(n.) A minister, official agent, or envoy to a foreign court; a diplomatist.
(n.) The science of diplomas, or the art of deciphering ancient writings, and determining their age, authenticity, etc.; paleography.

dipsomania

dipsomania
(n.) A morbid an uncontrollable craving (often periodic) for drink, esp. for alcoholic liquors; also improperly used to denote acute and chronic alcoholism.

discomfort

discomfort
(v. t.) To discourage; to deject.
(v. t.) To destroy or disturb the comfort of; to deprive o/ quiet enjoyment; to make uneasy; to pain; as, a smoky chimney discomforts a family.
(v. t.) Discouragement.
(v. t.) Want of comfort; uneasiness, mental or physical; disturbance of peace; inquietude; pain; distress; sorrow.

discommend

discommend
(v. t.) To mention with disapprobation; to blame; to disapprove.
(v. t.) To expose to censure or ill favor; to put out of the good graces of any one.

discommode

discommode
(v. t.) To put inconvenience; to incommode; to trouble.

discompany

discompany
(v. t.) To free from company; to dissociate.

discompose

discompose
(v. t.) To disarrange; to interfere with; to disturb; to disorder; to unsettle; to break up.
(v. t.) To throw into disorder; to ruffle; to destroy the composure or equanimity; to agitate.
(v. t.) To put out of place or service; to discharge; to displace.

dismembers

dismembers
Separate the limbs from the body; "the tiger dismembered the tourist"
Divide into pieces; "our department was dismembered when our funding dried up"; "The Empire was discerped after the war"
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