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Sufficient space for a vessel to maneuver; sea room:
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  1. Sufficient space for a vessel to maneuver; sea room:
  2. A built-in bed or bunk, as on a ship or a train.
  3. A fixed bunk for sleeping in (caravans, trains, etc).
Any of two or three single beds joined one above the other and often provided with a ladder
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  1. Any of two or three single beds joined one above the other and often provided with a ladder
(US) A simple bed, especially one for portable or temporary purposes; a camp bed.
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  1. (US) A simple bed, especially one for portable or temporary purposes; a camp bed.
  2. (Nautical) A wooden bed frame, slung by its corners from a beam, in which officers slept before the introduction of bunks.
  3. A cover or sheath.
A low, portable platform, usually double-faced, on which materials are stacked for storage or transportation, as in a warehouse
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  1. A low, portable platform, usually double-faced, on which materials are stacked for storage or transportation, as in a warehouse
  2. (Military) A flat base for combining stores or carrying a single item to form a unit load for handling, transportation, and storage by materials handling equipment.
  3. (Military) (DOD only) 463L pallet - An 88" x 108" aluminum flat base used to facilitate the upload and download of aircraft.
Worthless material.
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  1. Worthless material.
  2. Any material rejected or thrown away as worthless; trash; refuse
  3. Refuse; garbage.
The process of rotting or the condition of being rotten:
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  1. The process of rotting or the condition of being rotten:
  2. Any of various diseases; esp., a necrotic inflammatory disease of specific organs or tissues of domestic animals, as foot rot
  3. (Slang) Nonsense; rubbish; twaddle; bosh
Empty or insincere talk; claptrap.
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  1. Empty or insincere talk; claptrap.
  2. (Informal) Talk that is empty, insincere, or merely for effect; humbug
Worthless, false, or ridiculous speech or writing; nonsense.
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  1. Worthless, false, or ridiculous speech or writing; nonsense.
  2. Refuse fed to hogs; swill
  3. Useless or insincere talk, writing, etc.
(Archaic) A worthless mixture, especially of liquors.
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  1. (Archaic) A worthless mixture, especially of liquors.
  2. Senseless talk or writing; nonsense
  3. Nonsense.
Foolish talk; loquacious nonsense
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  1. Foolish talk; loquacious nonsense
Empty or insincere talk; claptrap.
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  1. Empty or insincere talk; claptrap.
  2. (Informal) Talk that is empty, insincere, or merely for effect; humbug
  1. A trick or device to gain applause; humbug.
  2. Pretentious, insincere, or empty language:
  3. Absurd, insincere, or empty talk or writing
  1. Saliva, drool
  2. (Now Rare) Saliva running from the mouth
  3. Silly, stupid talk; childish nonsense; twaddle
Worthless or nonsensical matter; rubbish:
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  1. Worthless or nonsensical matter; rubbish:
  2. Refuse; trash.
  3. Things or something thrown away, specif. spoiled or waste food
An idiotic act or remark
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  1. An idiotic act or remark
  2. Behavior like that of an idiot; great foolishness or stupidity
  3. A foolish or stupid utterance or deed.
Things of relatively no importance or value; trivialities
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  1. Things of relatively no importance or value; trivialities
  2. Matter of little or no importance or usefulness:
  3. Extravagant foolishness or frivolity:
  1. Nonsense, foolish talk.
  2. Talk, writing, action, etc. regarded as insignificant or nonsensical
  3. Foolish or futile talk or ideas; nonsense.
(Informal) Foolish talk; nonsense
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  1. (Informal) Foolish talk; nonsense
Foolish or incoherent rambling talk; nonsense
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  1. Foolish or incoherent rambling talk; nonsense
  2. Confused, rambling, or incoherent discourse; nonsense.
  3. Nonsense; confused and incoherent talk.
Any material rejected or thrown away as worthless; trash; refuse
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  1. Any material rejected or thrown away as worthless; trash; refuse
  2. Refuse; garbage.
  3. Foolish discourse; nonsense.
(Cockney rhyming slang) jewellery.
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  1. (Cockney rhyming slang) jewellery.
  2. Foolish behavior; silliness; nonsense
  3. Something trivial or foolish; nonsense.
Disparaging, often abusive speech about a person or group.
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  1. Disparaging, often abusive speech about a person or group.
  2. Broken, discarded, or worthless things; rubbish; refuse
  3. Something broken off or removed to be discarded, especially plant trimmings.
Foolish, empty talk or writing; nonsense
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  1. Foolish, empty talk or writing; nonsense
  1. Nonsense, rot.
  2. Utter foolishness; nonsense.
  3. (Slang) Nonsense; foolishness
(Slang, US, dated, 1920s) Nonsense, balderdash, bunk, piffle.
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  1. (Slang, US, dated, 1920s) Nonsense, balderdash, bunk, piffle.
  2. A dessert or relish made of apples simmered in water and puréed, often containing sugar, cinnamon, etc.
  3. (Slang) Nonsense; hokum
(Uncountable, chiefly US, slang) Nonsense.
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  1. (Uncountable, chiefly US, slang) Nonsense.
  2. (Slang) Foolish or exaggerated talk or behavior; nonsense
  3. Nonsense.
(Nautical) The rounded portion of a ship's hull, forming a transition between the bottom and the sides.
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  1. (Nautical) The rounded portion of a ship's hull, forming a transition between the bottom and the sides.
  2. Water that seeps or leaks in, collects there, and becomes stagnant and dirty
  3. (Slang) Worthless or silly talk or writing; nonsense
A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Jean Baptiste François Bulliard (1752-1793).
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  1. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Jean Baptiste François Bulliard (1752-1793).
  2. A person regarded as like a bull in size, strength, etc.
  3. A ludicrously illogical or incongruous mistake in statement (Ex.: I'm glad I hate onions because if I liked onions, I'd eat them, and I can't stand onions)
A losing first throw in the game of craps.
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  1. A losing first throw in the game of craps.
  2. Something useless, inferior, or worthless; trash; junk
  3. Nonsense, falseness, insincerity, etc.
Nonsense:
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(Slang) Insincere, meaningless, or deliberately misleading talk; nonsense
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  1. (Slang) Insincere, meaningless, or deliberately misleading talk; nonsense
  2. Exaggerated or foolish talk, usually intended to deceive:
To adapt oneself; become adjusted:
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  1. To adapt oneself; become adjusted:
  2. To have enough space for:
  3. To provide lodging for:
To go to bed; rest; sleep
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  1. To go to bed; rest; sleep
  2. To furnish with a bed or sleeping quarters:
  3. To plant or arrange in a bed of earth
To assign a berth (bunk or position) to
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  1. To assign a berth (bunk or position) to
  2. To come into or occupy a berth
  3. To bring (a ship or vehicle) into its berth
To apply; devote
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  1. To apply; devote
  2. To store or house.
  3. (Archaic) To provide lodgings for; house
To serve a billet on
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  1. To serve a billet on
  2. To assign to lodging by billet
  3. To serve (a person) with a written order to provide lodging for soldiers.
To cover or close with boards:
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  1. To cover or close with boards:
  2. To receive meals, or room and meals, regularly for pay
  3. To house (a person) where board is supplied
To reside; dwell.
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  1. To reside; dwell.
  2. To provide with often temporary lodging.
  3. To establish (oneself or another person) in a residence.
To live or exist
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  1. To live or exist
  2. To entertain or nourish (a specified thought or feeling):
  3. To serve as, or provide, a place of protection to; shelter or house; conceal or hide
To reside; live
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  1. To reside; live
  2. To shelter, keep, or store in a house or other structure:
  3. To cover, harbor, or shelter by or as if by putting into a house
To live (with another or in another's home) as a paying guest
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  1. To live (with another or in another's home) as a paying guest
  2. To provide with a place of temporary residence; house
  3. To rent a room to.
To locate and adjust (one machine part) at right angles to its connecting part within the machine.
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  1. To locate and adjust (one machine part) at right angles to its connecting part within the machine.
  2. To defile (the body of a person put to death) by dismembering it or cutting it into quarters
  3. To traverse (an area of ground) laterally back and forth while slowly advancing forward.
(Nautical) Off from the wind.
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  1. (Nautical) Off from the wind.
  2. To occupy living quarters; have lodgings; lodge
  3. To occupy a room; lodge.
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