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(Archaic) Lacking all memory; forgetful.
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  1. (Archaic) Lacking all memory; forgetful.
  2. Lacking conscious awareness; unmindful:
  3. Unaware or indifferent
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  1. Unable to perceive.
  2. Lacking perception; not perceptive.
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  1. Blind
  2. Unseen; invisible
  3. Unable to see with the eyes; blind.
(Literary) Blind
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  1. (Literary) Blind
  2. Without eyes
Lacking the faculty of sight; blind.
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  1. Lacking the faculty of sight; blind.
  2. Lacking a vision; uninspired.
  3. Lacking intelligent foresight or imagination; uninspired:
Incapable of sight; blind.
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  1. Incapable of sight; blind.
  2. Having impaired vision; partially sighted.
  3. Suffering of total or partial loss of sense of sight to the extent that it hampers the persons ability to lead a normal life.
Slow in understanding or discernment; dull:
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  1. Slow in understanding or discernment; dull:
  2. Having poor vision; nearly or partly blind.
  3. (Obs.) Completely blind
Completely blind
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Having moon blindness
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  1. Having moon blindness
Not taking heed; careless; unmindful
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  1. Not taking heed; careless; unmindful
  2. Marked by or paying little heed; unmindful or thoughtless.
  3. Unaware, without noticing
Being a syllable in Greek and Latin prosody whose length does not fit the metric pattern.
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  1. Being a syllable in Greek and Latin prosody whose length does not fit the metric pattern.
  2. Lacking the power to reason
  3. Marked by a lack of accord with reason or sound judgment:
(Now Rare) Moving with great force or violence; having great impetus; rushing; furious
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  1. (Now Rare) Moving with great force or violence; having great impetus; rushing; furious
  2. Having or marked by violent force:
  3. Acting or done suddenly with little thought; rash; impulsive
Showing lack of thought, attention, or consideration
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  1. Showing lack of thought, attention, or consideration
  2. Exhibiting a lack of thought:
  3. Not taking due thought; thoughtless or heedless:
Not distinctly felt:
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  1. Not distinctly felt:
  2. Lacking quickness of perception or intellect.
  3. Characterized by a lack of intelligence or sensitivity:
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  1. Not aware or informed; lacking knowledge
  2. Not aware or cognizant.
  3. Not aware or conscious
Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended:
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  1. Without conscious control; involuntary or unintended:
  2. Not aware of one's own existence; not conscious of self
  3. Occurring in the absence of conscious awareness or thought:
Obstructed impeding total flow in a pipe, etc.
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  1. Obstructed impeding total flow in a pipe, etc.
  2. Obstructed impeding general movement.
  3. Affected by a psychological block
Cut off from the public view; hidden, intimate, etc.
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  1. Cut off from the public view; hidden, intimate, etc.
  2. Hidden, isolated, remote.
  3. Removed or remote from others; solitary:
Happening by chance; accidental
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  1. Happening by chance; accidental
Nonessential; not necessary belonging; incidental
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  1. Nonessential; not necessary belonging; incidental
  2. Happening by chance, or unexpectedly; taking place not according to the usual course of things; casual; fortuitous
  3. Happening by chance; fortuitous
Not intended; unintentional.
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  1. Not intended; unintentional.
  2. Having no particular purpose, organization, or structure; random.
  3. Not thought out or prepared in advance; spontaneous:
Something that serves to obscure clear perception.
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  1. Something that serves to obscure clear perception.
  2. A bandage to cover the eyes.
  3. A cloth used to cover the eyes
Something that serves to obscure clear perception and discernment.
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  1. Something that serves to obscure clear perception and discernment.
  2. A pair of leather flaps attached to a horse's bridle to curtail side vision.
Eye shields attached to a hood for horses, to prevent them from seeing backwards and partially sideways.
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  1. Eye shields attached to a hood for horses, to prevent them from seeing backwards and partially sideways.
  2. One that blinks, especially a light that blinks in order to convey a message or warning.
  3. A flashing warning light at traffic crossings
Degree of darkness of a color; gradation of a color with reference to its mixture with black
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  1. Degree of darkness of a color; gradation of a color with reference to its mixture with black
  2. Cover or shelter provided by interception by an object of the sun or its rays:
  3. Any of various devices used to reduce or screen light or heat:
A window blind consisting of a number of thin horizontal adjustable slats that overlap when closed.
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  1. A window blind consisting of a number of thin horizontal adjustable slats that overlap when closed.
  2. A window blind made of a number of thin, horizontal wooden, metal, or plastic slats that can be set together at any angle to regulate the light and air passing through or be drawn up together to the top of the window by means of cords
A shade for a window, esp. one consisting of a piece of stiffened cloth or heavy paper on a spring roller, with a pull to lower and raise it
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  1. A shade for a window, esp. one consisting of a piece of stiffened cloth or heavy paper on a spring roller, with a pull to lower and raise it
  2. An opaque fabric mounted to cover or expose a window.
A window blind made of a number of vertical wooden, metal, or plastic slats that can be set together at any angle to regulate the light and air passing through or be drawn together to one side of the window by means of cords
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  1. A window blind made of a number of vertical wooden, metal, or plastic slats that can be set together at any angle to regulate the light and air passing through or be drawn together to one side of the window by means of cords
A movable screen or cover, typically one of a pair, for a window: shutters are usually hinged and often fitted with louvers
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  1. A movable screen or cover, typically one of a pair, for a window: shutters are usually hinged and often fitted with louvers
  2. A mechanical device of a camera that controls the duration of a photographic exposure, as by opening and closing to allow light coming through the lens to expose a plate or film.
  3. A hinged cover or screen for a window, usually fitted with louvers.
The medium in which movies are shown:
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  1. The medium in which movies are shown:
  2. (Football) screen pass
  3. A screen memory.
An apparently respectable person, group, or business used as a cover for secret or illegal activities.
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  1. An apparently respectable person, group, or business used as a cover for secret or illegal activities.
  2. The advanced line, or the whole area, of contact between opposing sides in warfare; combat zone
  3. A field of activity:
(Music) A cover version.
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  1. (Music) A cover version.
  2. Strategic protection given by armed units during hostile action:
  3. A cover charge.
(Obs.) An ornamental covering for a horse
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  1. (Obs.) An ornamental covering for a horse
  2. A contrivance for catching and holding animals, as a concealed pit or a clamplike device that springs shut suddenly.
  3. (Football) A running play in which the ball carrier advances through a hole in the defensive line created by allowing a defensive lineman to penetrate the backfield.
A thing or person used to lure or tempt into danger or a trap
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  1. A thing or person used to lure or tempt into danger or a trap
  2. A living or artificial bird or other animal used to entice game into a trap or within shooting range.
  3. An artificial bird or animal, or sometimes a trained live one, used to lure game to a place where it can be shot
To give a darker hue to.
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  1. To give a darker hue to.
  2. To render vague or uncertain; obscure:
  3. To become dark or darker
To darken in a painting or drawing; shade in.
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  1. To darken in a painting or drawing; shade in.
  2. To cast a shadow on; darken or shade:
  3. To throw a shadow upon
To turn (headlights) down by switching from high to low beam
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  1. To turn (headlights) down by switching from high to low beam
  2. To make seem dim, as by comparison
  3. To grow dim
To prevent from seeing and especially from comprehending.
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  1. To prevent from seeing and especially from comprehending.
  2. To hinder the sight or understanding of
  3. To cover the eyes of with a cloth or bandage
To put out of sight; hide
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  1. To put out of sight; hide
  2. To keep from being observed or discovered; hide.
(Obs.) To elude or frustrate
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  1. (Obs.) To elude or frustrate
  2. To fool, as by false promises or wrong notions; mislead; deceive; trick
  3. To cause to hold a false belief; deceive thoroughly:
To lead into error (of judgment); deceive or delude
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  1. To lead into error (of judgment); deceive or delude
  2. To lead in the wrong direction.
  3. To give a wrong impression or lead toward a wrong conclusion, especially by intentionally deceiving.
To inspire admiration or wonder.
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  1. To inspire admiration or wonder.
  2. To confuse, surprise, or overpower as by a brilliant display or exceptional qualities
  3. To amaze, overwhelm, or bewilder with spectacular display:
(Literary) Blind
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  1. (Literary) Blind
  2. Without eyes
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  1. Blind
  2. Unseen; invisible
  3. Unable to see with the eyes; blind.
Not clear or resonant:
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  1. Not clear or resonant:
  2. Dispirited; depressed:
  3. Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
Having poor vision; nearly or partly blind.
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  1. Having poor vision; nearly or partly blind.
  2. (Obs.) Completely blind
  3. Slow in understanding or discernment; dull:
  1. Lacking comprehension or understanding.
  2. Not understanding; having little or no comprehension.
Sick from such intemperance
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  1. Sick from such intemperance
  2. Characterized by intemperance, esp. in drinking; debauched
Overcome by any powerful emotion
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  1. Overcome by any powerful emotion
  2. Overcome by alcoholic liquor to the point of losing control over one's faculties; intoxicated
  3. Overcome by strong feeling or emotion:
Cooked with wine or another alcoholic beverage:
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  1. Cooked with wine or another alcoholic beverage:
  2. Delirious with or as if with strong drink; intoxicated.
  3. Caused by, characterized by, or occurring during intoxication
Intoxicated.
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  1. Intoxicated.
  2. Drunk; intoxicated
Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. Drunk; intoxicated
  2. Intoxicated with alcohol; drunk:
Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol:
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  1. Physically or mentally impaired by a chemical substance, especially alcohol:
Filled with moisture; soaked through
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  1. Filled with moisture; soaked through
  2. Soggy and heavy from improper cooking; doughy.
  3. Expressionless, stupid, or dull, especially from drink.
Slightly intoxicated.
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  1. Slightly intoxicated.
  2. That tips easily; not steady; shaky
  3. (Informal) Somewhat drunk; intoxicated enough to be somewhat unsteady, fuddled, etc.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Silly; ridiculous; foolish
  3. (Slang) Tilted to one side; crooked; awry
Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol.
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  1. Intoxicated by an excess of alcohol.
  2. Having been cooked by slowly boiling or simmering. See stew.
  3. (Of tea) Bitter from having been steeped too long.
Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.
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  1. Intoxicated by alcohol or a drug.
  2. Having the nervous system so affected by alcoholic liquor, a narcotic drug, etc., as to have lost control
(Informal) Drunk, esp. habitually so
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  1. (Informal) Drunk, esp. habitually so
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
Far or farther from a reference point:
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  1. Far or farther from a reference point:
  2. Advanced in development or complexity:
  3. Characterized by lofty or stirring events or themes:
(Informal.) Drunk or drugged. Often used with up.
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  1. (Informal.) Drunk or drugged. Often used with up.
Filled, charged, weighted, etc. (as indicated by various senses of load)
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  1. Filled, charged, weighted, etc. (as indicated by various senses of load)
  2. Having great meaning, seriousness, or implication:
  3. (Informal) Well equipped with accessories or features
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk
  2. Formed into or having a loop or loops.
(Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Preserved in or treated with pickle.
Behaving as if mentally unbalanced; very eccentric.
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  1. Behaving as if mentally unbalanced; very eccentric.
  2. (Slang) Intoxicated; drunk.
  3. Eccentric, daft, whimsical, puckish, etc.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
(Brit.) Condensed or summarized, often to the extent of being superficial, overly terse, etc.
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  1. (Brit.) Condensed or summarized, often to the extent of being superficial, overly terse, etc.
  2. Put into a pot
  3. Recorded or taped for repeated use:
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
(Slang) Very bad, unsatisfactory, etc.
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  1. (Slang) Very bad, unsatisfactory, etc.
  2. (Slang) Drunk; intoxicated.
  3. Offensive, disgusting, etc.
Intoxicated; drunk.
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  1. Intoxicated; drunk.
  2. Of poor or inferior quality.
(Informal) Drunk; intoxicated
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  1. (Informal) Drunk; intoxicated
  2. Intoxicated by a drug, especially marijuana.
  3. Having the stones removed
Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
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  1. Marked by full control over elements or subordinates; firm:
  2. So close or compact in structure that water, air, etc. cannot pass through
  3. Obtainable with difficulty or only at a high price:
Highly intoxicated or under the influence of a drug
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  1. Highly intoxicated or under the influence of a drug
  2. Completely tired out or exhausted
Concealed; secret
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  1. Concealed; secret
  2. Obscure.
  3. That has been hidden.
To please irresistibly; enchant.
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  1. To please irresistibly; enchant.
  2. To confuse or disarm by dazzling.
  3. To dazzle thoroughly; bewilder; confuse
To stun or bewilder, as with a heavy blow or shock; stupefy:
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  1. To stun or bewilder, as with a heavy blow or shock; stupefy:
  2. To dazzle, as with strong light.
  3. To dazzle
To amaze, overwhelm, or bewilder with spectacular display:
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  1. To amaze, overwhelm, or bewilder with spectacular display:
  2. To overpower or dim the vision of with very bright light or moving lights
  3. To confuse, surprise, or overpower as by a brilliant display or exceptional qualities
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