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(Short for) vanity case
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  1. (Short for) vanity case
  2. A small table or ledge with a mirror for use while putting on cosmetics, combing one's hair, etc.; dressing table
  3. Worthlessness, pointlessness, or futility:
In psychoanalysis, the division of the psyche that is conscious, most immediately controls thought and behavior, and is most in touch with external reality.
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  1. In psychoanalysis, the division of the psyche that is conscious, most immediately controls thought and behavior, and is most in touch with external reality.
  2. (Psychoanalysis) That part of the psyche which experiences the external world, or reality, through the senses, organizes the thought processes rationally, and governs action: it mediates between the impulses of the id, the demands of the environment, and the standards of the superego
  3. Appropriate pride in oneself; self-esteem.
The tendency to be self-centered, or to consider only oneself and one's own interests; selfishness
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  1. The tendency to be self-centered, or to consider only oneself and one's own interests; selfishness
  2. The belief that self-interest provides the proper basis for moral behavior.
  3. (Ethics) The doctrine that self-interest is the proper goal of all human actions
Constant, excessive reference to oneself in speaking or writing
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  1. Constant, excessive reference to oneself in speaking or writing
  2. An inflated sense of one's own importance; conceit.
  3. Conceit or vanity
A flamboyant or impressive group:
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  1. A flamboyant or impressive group:
  2. Pleasure or satisfaction taken in an achievement, possession, or association:
  3. Delight or satisfaction in one's own or another's achievements, in associations, etc.
Excessive interest in one's own appearance, comfort, importance, abilities, etc.
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  1. Excessive interest in one's own appearance, comfort, importance, abilities, etc.
  2. A personality disorder characterized by an exaggerated sense of self-importance, need for admiration, and lack of empathy.
  3. Erotic pleasure derived from contemplation or admiration of one's own body or self, especially as a fixation on or a regression to an infantile stage of development.
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  1. Self-regard, self-esteem.
  2. Alternative form of amour propre.
  3. Respect for oneself; self-esteem.
(Psychoanalysis) Arrest at or regression to the first stage of libidinal development, in which the self is an object of erotic pleasure
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  1. (Psychoanalysis) Arrest at or regression to the first stage of libidinal development, in which the self is an object of erotic pleasure
  2. Erotic pleasure derived from contemplation or admiration of one's own body or self, especially as a fixation on or a regression to an infantile stage of development.
  3. Excessive interest in one's own appearance, comfort, importance, abilities, etc.
Vain, ostentatious display:
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  1. Vain, ostentatious display:
  2. Vain show or empty pomp
  3. Excessive or unwarranted pride in one's accomplishments or qualities.
The property of being vain.
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  1. The property of being vain.
(Short for) vanity case
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  1. (Short for) vanity case
  2. Worthlessness, pointlessness, or futility:
  3. Excessive pride in one's appearance or accomplishments; conceit.
An act, experience, or course of behavior that gratifies the ego.
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  1. An act, experience, or course of behavior that gratifies the ego.
  2. Self-aggrandizement; an act undertaken to increase one's own power and influence or to draw attention to one's own importance.
  3. (Slang) A trip, or experience, that gratifies or indulges the ego
(Soccer) someone connected with Barnet Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
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  1. (Soccer) someone connected with Barnet Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
  2. Any of a large superfamily (Apoidea) of broad-bodied, four-winged, hairy hymenopteran insects that gather pollen and nectar, have biting as well as sucking mouthparts, and often live in organized colonies; esp., the honeybee
  3. A meeting of people to work together or to compete
An inclination to change one's mind impulsively:
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  1. An inclination to change one's mind impulsively:
  2. A sudden, unpredictable action or change:
  3. A sudden, impulsive change in the way one thinks or acts; freakish notion; whim
The enthusiasts or fans of a sport or pursuit considered as a group.
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  1. The enthusiasts or fans of a sport or pursuit considered as a group.
  2. (Rare) Critical taste or judgment in art, dress, etc.
  3. The mental faculty through which whims, visions, and fantasies are summoned up; imagination, especially of a whimsical or fantastic nature.
An abnormally formed organism, especially one regarded as a curiosity.
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  1. An abnormally formed organism, especially one regarded as a curiosity.
  2. A thing or occurrence that is markedly unusual or irregular:
  3. A sudden fancy; odd notion; whim
US spelling of humour.
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  1. US spelling of humour.
  2. That which is intended to induce laughter or amusement:
  3. Vitreous humor.
The change of momentum of a body or physical system over a time interval in classical mechanics, equal to the force applied times the length of the time interval over which it is applied.
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  1. The change of momentum of a body or physical system over a time interval in classical mechanics, equal to the force applied times the length of the time interval over which it is applied.
  2. A sudden inclination to act, usually without premeditation
  3. A sudden wish or urge that prompts an unpremeditated act or feeling; an abrupt inclination:
(Rare) Low spirits; the blues
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  1. (Rare) Low spirits; the blues
  2. Depression or unhappiness:
  3. A caprice or fancy.
Small lightweight items for household use, such as needles, buttons, and thread.
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  1. Small lightweight items for household use, such as needles, buttons, and thread.
  2. A mental image; general idea
  3. A desire; inclination; whim
An odd, eccentric, or unexpected action or bit of conduct
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  1. An odd, eccentric, or unexpected action or bit of conduct
  2. An extravagant or erratic notion or action:
  3. An unpredictable development or change of circumstances:
A sudden fancy; idle and passing notion; capricious idea or desire
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  1. A sudden fancy; idle and passing notion; capricious idea or desire
  2. A kind of winch or capstan powered by a horse or steam, formerly used in mines to raise ore or water
  3. Arbitrary thought or impulse:
Quaint, fanciful, or playful humor:
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  1. Quaint, fanciful, or playful humor:
  2. Something odd or whimsical, as an art object, piece of writing, etc.
  3. A quaint and fanciful idea. A whim. Playfully odd behaviour.
To imagine or suppose:
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  1. To imagine or suppose:
  2. To believe something without being sure; suppose
  3. To take a romantic interest in (someone):
To want or wish
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  1. To want or wish
  2. To feel about; regard:
  3. To have an inclination or a preference:
(Idiomatic) To begin, as a new habit or practice.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To begin, as a new habit or practice.
  2. (Idiomatic) To adapt to; to learn, grasp or master.
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