Part of speech:
A printed card or piece of paper that gives a person a specified right, as to attend a theater, ride on a train, claim a purchase, etc.
A printed card with space on one side for an address and a postage stamp, used for sending a short message through the mail.
A moving expanse:
Any distinguishing mark, sign, or symbol
A document granting a family a certain sum per child, from public education funds, for use as partial tuition to a private or parochial school
A motion of the hand or the waving of a wand:
A card, strip of paper, etc. marked and attached to an object to indicate its nature, contents, ownership, destination, etc.
(Sports) The act of tagging a ball carrier in touch football.
A platelike brooch worn as a badge or ornament
Food or meals considered as a whole:
Short-term debt instruments, especially commercial paper.
A material similar to thick, stiff paper, that is made of pressed paper pulp or pasted sheets of paper. It is used for making cartons and signs, for example.
A smooth, heavy pasteboard of fine quality.
The act of hitting a golf ball in the hole with one's first shot.
(Billiards) A position of the hand when it is functioning as a support and guide for the striking end of the cue
A card identifying a person as an agent, member, patron, etc.
A map, esp. one prepared for use in marine or air navigation
An actor who plays comic parts
An unspecified, vaguely disreputable person.
A representation of a region of three-dimensional space, such as of the Earth or a part of the universe, usually on a two-dimensional plane surface.
A detailed list of the foods served at a meal or of the foods available at a restaurant; bill of fare
A method of proceeding
One that pokes, especially a metal rod used to stir a fire.
A plan or system of nonacademic extracurricular activities:
A student's program of classes.
A debt represented by a tally or tallies
A mark used in recording a number of acts or objects, most often in series of five, consisting of four vertical lines canceled diagonally or horizontally by a fifth line.
The part of a lock that the key presses in order to shoot the bolt.
Any of a set of usually 78 playing cards including 22 cards depicting vices, virtues, and elemental forces, used in fortunetelling.
A device consisting of a card or disk with different designs on either side, which, when the card or disk is twirled, appear to blend into one: it demonstrates the persistence of vision
A key resource to be used at an opportune moment.
An element that cannot be predicted or controlled
To shuffle (playing cards) by holding part of the deck in each hand, raising the corners or edges slightly, and causing the cards to fall alternately together
To form a stack
A person or animal portrayed with a personality in comics or animation:
A person with an original and creative mind
A buffoon or jester who entertains by jokes, antics, and tricks in a circus, play, or other presentation.
A comic book.
A joker; humorist; wag
A person skilled in the expression of humor; esp., a professional writer or teller of amusing stories, jokes, etc.
A fool or buffoon at medieval courts.
A person who plays practical jokes
The act or an instance of wagging
Alert, practical intelligence; good sense
1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 4
An insulated board on which conductive pathways are constructed and components such as chips are mounted.
a printed circuit that can be inserted into expansion slots in a computer to increase the computer's capabilities
An accessory software program that extends the capabilities of an existing application.
Something designed or intended for use in conjunction with another.
A sequence of broadcasts or events for public entertainment:
Bill of fare; menu
(Dated) A visiting card.
A small card with one's name, and sometimes one's address, on it, used in making visits
A relatively large printed card or sheet of paper, often illustrated, posted to advertise or publicize something; placard
Something posted, as for public viewing.
A formal announcement, notification, or warning, especially an announcement of one's intention to withdraw from an agreement or leave a job:
(--- Slang) A hundred dollars or a hundred-dollar bill
To say in a playful or mocking way:
A tough string or thread usually made from the dried intestines of sheep, horses, etc. and used for surgical sutures, for stringing tennis rackets, etc.
The act or an instance of slipping or sliding.
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