Part of speech:
An image of this beetle, cut from a stone or gem, often engraved with religious or historical inscriptions on the flat underside and, formerly, esp. in ancient Egypt, worn as a charm or used as a seal
An enthusiasm or obsession:
An early form of badminton played with a flat wooden paddle and a shuttlecock.
The definition of a clock is a device for measuring and showing the time of day, or a decoration on the side of a sock or stocking coming up from the ankle.
A large European dung beetle, Geotrupes stercorarius, that makes a droning noise while flying.
An elaterid beetle.
Any of various nocturnal beetles of the family Lampyridae, characteristically having bioluminescent organs in the tip of the abdomen that produce a flashing light.
The language spoken in Japan, believed by some scholars to be distantly related to Korean
Any of various fishes that leap out of, or play at the surface of, the water, as the bluefish or a saury
Any of several dung beetles that roll and bury in soil balls of dung, upon which the females deposit their eggs and in which the larvae develop
To furnish or load with a bag.
To ride in a balloon
To swell out; curve out; bulge
To swell, protrude, or curve outward:
Jut is defined as to stick out.
To loom over; threaten
To form a pouch or pouchlike cavity
Project is defined as to cause an image to appear on a surface or to propose or calculate something for the future.
(Rare) To cause to bulge outward.
Curving outward, like the outer boundary of a circle or sphere.
jutting or overhanging
A long-handled hammer with a cylindrical wooden head, used in playing croquet
A heavy metal container in which substances are heated or cooked to soften them or extract soluble elements from them
(Chiefly Brit., Informal) A handsome, attractive, or beautiful person or thing
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