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Crossword Puzzle Answers for: ?O?TI??

boating

boating
(n.) The act or practice of rowing or sailing, esp. as an amusement; carriage in boats.
(n.) In Persia, a punishment of capital offenders, by laying them on the back in a covered boat, where they are left to perish.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Boat

boation

boation
(n.) A crying out; a roaring; a bellowing; reverberation.

bolting

bolting
(n.) A darting away; a starting off or aside.
(n.) A sifting, as of flour or meal.
(n.) A private arguing of cases for practice by students, as in the Inns of Court.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Bolt

booties

booties
A slipper that is soft and wool (for babies)
Goods or money obtained illegally

booting

booting
(n.) Advantage; gain; gain by plunder; booty.
(n.) A kind of torture. See Boot, n., 2.
(n.) A kicking, as with a booted foot.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Boot

bottine

bottine
(n.) A small boot; a lady's boot.
(n.) An appliance resembling a small boot furnished with straps, buckles, etc., used to correct or prevent distortions in the lower extremities of children.

coating

coating
(n.) A coat or covering; a layer of any substance, as a cover or protection; as, the coating of a retort or vial.
(n.) Cloth for coats; as, an assortment of coatings.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Coat

coctile

coctile
(a.) Made by baking, or exposing to heat, as a brick.

coction

coction
(n.) Act of boiling.
(n.) Digestion.
(n.) The change which the humorists believed morbific matter undergoes before elimination.

coition

coition
(n.) A coming together; sexual intercourse; copulation.

coltish

coltish
(a.) Like a colt; wanton; frisky.

comtism

comtism
(n.) Positivism; the positive philosophy. See Positivism.

comtist

comtist
(n.) A disciple of Comte; a positivist.

cooties

cooties
A parasitic louse that infests the body of human beings

cortile

cortile
(n.) An open internal courtyard inclosed by the walls of a large dwelling house or other large and stately building.

costive

costive
(a.) Retaining fecal matter in the bowels; having too slow a motion of the bowels; constipated.
(a.) Reserved; formal; close; cold.
(a.) Dry and hard; impermeable; unyielding.

cottier

cottier
(n.) In Great Britain and Ireland, a person who hires a small cottage, with or without a plot of land. Cottiers commonly aid in the work of the landlord's farm.

cottise

cottise
(n.) A diminutive of the bendlet, containing one half its area or one quarter the area of the bend. When a single cottise is used alone it is often called a cost. See also Couple-close.

doltish

doltish
(a.) Doltlike; dull in intellect; stupid; blockish; as, a doltish clown.

dottier

dottier
Intensely enthusiastic about or preoccupied with; "crazy about cars and racing"; "he is potty about her"
Informal or slang terms for mentally irregular; "it used to drive my husband barmy"

dotting

dotting
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dot

footing

footing
(n.) Ground for the foot; place for the foot to rest on; firm foundation to stand on.
(n.) Standing; position; established place; basis for operation; permanent settlement; foothold.
(n.) Relative condition; state.
(n.) Tread; step; especially, measured tread.
(n.) The act of adding up a column of figures; the amount or sum total of such a column.
(n.) The act of putting a foot to anything; also, that which is added as a foot; as, the footing of a stocking.
(n.) A narrow cotton lace, without figures.
(n.) The finer refuse part of whale blubber, not wholly deprived of oil.
(n.) The thickened or sloping portion of a wall, or of an embankment at its foot.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) of Foot

fortify

fortify
(v. i.) To raise defensive works.
(v. t.) To add strength to; to strengthen; to confirm; to furnish with power to resist attack.
(v. t.) To strengthen and secure by forts or batteries, or by surrounding with a wall or ditch or other military works; to render defensible against an attack by hostile forces.
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