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(n.) Act of scurring; hurried movement.
(v. i.) To hasten away or along; to move rapidly; to hurry; as, the rabbit scurried away.


(n. & v.) See Scurry.


A suspension of insoluble particles (as plaster of Paris or lime or clay etc.) usually in water


(n.) An annual herb (Spergula arvensis) with whorled filiform leaves, sometimes grown in Europe for fodder.


(a.) Having four equal sides and four right angles; as, a square figure.
(a.) Forming a right angle; as, a square corner.
(a.) Having a shape broad for the height, with rectilineal and angular rather than curving outlines; as, a man of a square frame.
(a.) Exactly suitable or correspondent; true; just.
(a.) Rendering equal justice; exact; fair; honest, as square dealing.
(a.) Even; leaving no balance; as, to make or leave the accounts square.
(a.) Leaving nothing; hearty; vigorous.
(a.) At right angles with the mast or the keel, and parallel to the horizon; -- said of the yards of a square-rigged vessel when they are so braced.
(n.) The corner, or angle, of a figure.
(n.) A parallelogram having four equal sides and four right angles.
(n.) Hence, anything which is square, or nearly so
(n.) A square piece or fragment.
(n.) A pane of glass.
(n.) A certain number of lines, forming a portion of a column, nearly square; -- used chiefly in reckoning the prices of advertisements in newspapers.
(n.) One hundred superficial feet.
(n.) An area of four sides, generally with houses on each side; sometimes, a solid block of houses; also, an open place or area for public use, as at the meeting or intersection of two or more streets.
(n.) An instrument having at least one right angle and two or more straight edges, used to lay out or test square work. It is of several forms, as the T square, the carpenter's square, the try-square., etc.
(n.) Hence, a pattern or rule.
(n.) The product of a number or quantity multiplied by itself; thus, 64 is the square of 8, for 8 / 8 = 64; the square of a + b is a2 + 2ab + b2.
(n.) Exact proportion; justness of workmanship and conduct; regularity; rule.
(n.) A body of troops formed in a square, esp. one formed to resist a charge of cavalry; a squadron.
(n.) Fig.: The relation of harmony, or exact agreement; equality; level.
(n.) The position of planets distant ninety degrees from each other; a quadrate.
(n.) The act of squaring, or quarreling; a quarrel.
(n.) The front of a woman's dress over the bosom, usually worked or embroidered.
(n.) To form with four sides and four right angles.
(n.) To form with right angles and straight lines, or flat surfaces; as, to square mason's work.
(n.) To compare with, or reduce to, any given measure or standard.
(n.) To adjust; to regulate; to mold; to shape; to fit; as, to square our actions by the opinions of others.
(n.) To make even, so as leave no remainder of difference; to balance; as, to square accounts.
(n.) To multiply by itself; as, to square a number or a quantity.
(n.) To hold a quartile position respecting.
(n.) To place at right angles with the keel; as, to square the yards.
(v. i.) To accord or agree exactly; to be consistent with; to conform or agree; to suit; to fit.
(v. i.) To go to opposite sides; to take an attitude of offense or defense, or of defiance; to quarrel.
(v. i.) To take a boxing attitude; -- often with up, sometimes with off.


(n.) A square; a measure; a rule.
(n.) A shield-bearer or armor-bearer who attended a knight.
(n.) A title of dignity next in degree below knight, and above gentleman. See Esquire.
(n.) A male attendant on a great personage; also (Colloq.), a devoted attendant or follower of a lady; a beau.
(n.) A title of office and courtesy. See under Esquire.
(v. t.) To attend as a squire.
(v. t.) To attend as a beau, or gallant, for aid and protection; as, to squire a lady.


(v. i.) To twist about briskly with contor/ions like an eel or a worm; to wriggle; to writhe.


(v. t.) See Squir.


(n.) An instrument out of which a liquid is ejected in a small stream with force.
(n.) A small, quick stream; a jet.
(v. i.) To be thrown out, or ejected, in a rapid stream, from a narrow orifice; -- said of liquids.
(v. i.) Hence, to throw out or utter words rapidly; to prate.
(v. t.) To drive or eject in a stream out of a narrow pipe or orifice; as, to squirt water.


(n.) The body of squires, collectively considered; squirarchy.


The royal family that ruled Scotland from 1371-1714 and ruled England from 1603 to 1649 and again from 1660 to 1714
A member of the royal family that ruled Scotland and England
United States painter best known for his portraits of George Washington (1755-1828)