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A chapped place in the skin
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  1. A chapped place in the skin
  2. A sore roughening or splitting of the skin, caused especially by cold or exposure.
  3. A man or boy; a fellow.
A rope, cord, or cable used to steady, guide, or secure something.
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  1. A rope, cord, or cable used to steady, guide, or secure something.
  2. An effigy of Guy Fawkes paraded through the streets of English towns and burned on Guy Fawkes Day.
  3. (Brit.) A person whose appearance or dress is odd
The condition or quality of being young:
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  1. The condition or quality of being young:
  2. The time of life between childhood and maturity:
  3. A young person, especially a young male in late adolescence.
A boy or youth
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  1. A boy or youth
  2. (Informal) A man of any age; a fellow.
  3. (Informal) Any man; fellow
An individual of specified character:
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  1. An individual of specified character:
  2. (Grammar) Any of three groups of pronoun forms with corresponding verb inflections that distinguish the speaker (first person), the individual addressed (second person), and the individual or thing spoken of (third person).
  3. A human being, esp. as distinguished from a thing or lower animal; individual man, woman, or child
A male organism.
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  1. A male organism.
  2. A male animal or plant
  3. A male person; man or boy
A man of gentle or noble birth or superior social position:
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  1. A man of gentle or noble birth or superior social position:
  2. A man of independent means who does not need to have a wage-paying job.
  3. Any man of independent means who does not work for a living
(Archaic) A youth in the state of adolescence, or just passing from boyhood to manhood; a lad.
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  1. (Archaic) A youth in the state of adolescence, or just passing from boyhood to manhood; a lad.
  2. A grown boy; youth passing into manhood
  3. A male adolescent or young adult.
(Historical) A younger son who became a gentleman volunteer in the army to offset his lack of patrimony
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  1. (Historical) A younger son who became a gentleman volunteer in the army to offset his lack of patrimony
  2. A student training to be a police officer.
  3. Any trainee, as a practice teacher or a junior business associate
A young person who has undergone puberty but who has not reached full maturity.
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  1. A young person who has undergone puberty but who has not reached full maturity.
  2. A boy or a girl from puberty to adulthood; teenage person
A person between the ages of 13 and 19; an adolescent.
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  1. A person between the ages of 13 and 19; an adolescent.
  2. A person in his or her teens
An insignificant, esp. young, person who appears impertinent or presumptuous
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  1. An insignificant, esp. young, person who appears impertinent or presumptuous
  2. A person regarded as insignificant and pretentious.
(--- Games, Sports) A person recognized as having achieved the highest degree of skill
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  1. (--- Games, Sports) A person recognized as having achieved the highest degree of skill
  2. One that has control over another person, a group of persons, or a thing, especially:
  3. A person, esp. a man, who rules others or has control, authority, or power over something
A male given name used since mid-twentieth century.
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  1. A male given name used since mid-twentieth century.
  2. (Old-fashioned) The sweetheart or courter of a woman or girl
  3. A male companion or friend with whom one has a sexual or romantic relationship.
A book for young people
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  1. A book for young people
  2. (Biol.) A young plant or animal differing variously in form, features, etc. from the adult
  3. A young person; child or youth
A youth
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  1. A youth
  2. A young animal
  3. A young person; a child or youth.
(Archaic) A pedlar or hawker, especially one selling cheap or substandard goods.
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  1. (Archaic) A pedlar or hawker, especially one selling cheap or substandard goods.
  2. (Informal) A person, now often elderly, who is incompetent, ineffectual, or dawdling
  3. (Informal) An incompetent or clumsy person.
One of the young of certain similar animals.
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  1. One of the young of certain similar animals.
  2. (Slang) Pal. Used as a term of familiar address, especially for a young person:
  3. (Informal) A child or young person
(Computing) A ‘catenate’ program and command in Unix that reads one or more files and directs their content to an output device.
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  1. (Computing) A ‘catenate’ program and command in Unix that reads one or more files and directs their content to an output device.
  2. A person regarded as being like a cat in some way, as in temperament; specif., a woman who makes spiteful remarks
  3. (Slang) A person, especially a man.
A somewhat eccentric man, especially an old one.
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  1. A somewhat eccentric man, especially an old one.
An old person, especially an eccentric old man.
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  1. An old person, especially an eccentric old man.
(Slang) A small or young person.
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  1. (Slang) A small or young person.
  2. (Informal) A small or young person, esp. one who is impudent; whippersnapper
  3. An insignificant or contemptible person.
A small brad without a head.
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  1. A small brad without a head.
  2. A person as the offspring or scion of a family, institution, class, etc.
  3. (Archaic) A young, immature person.
A person or thing of the same rank, value, quality, ability, etc.; equal; specif., an equal before the law
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  1. A person or thing of the same rank, value, quality, ability, etc.; equal; specif., an equal before the law
  2. A noble; esp., a British duke, marquess, earl, viscount, or baron
  3. A person who has equal standing with another or others, as in rank, class, or age:
A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
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  1. A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
  2. A fellow member of a profession, staff, or academic faculty; an associate.
A friend; close companion
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  1. A friend; close companion
  2. A person who shares one's interests or activities; a friend or companion.
  3. A fellow member of a group, especially a fellow member of the Communist Party.
A thing that aids
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  1. A thing that aids
  2. One that assists; a helper.
  3. A person who assists or serves in a subordinate position; helper
A member of less than full status, as of a society, institute, etc.
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  1. A member of less than full status, as of a society, institute, etc.
  2. A member of an institution or society who is granted only partial status or privileges.
  3. A junior member of a law firm who typically works on salary and does not share in the ownership, profits, or decision-making of the firm.
A flask, tube, or other container marked with a progressive series of degrees (lines or numbers or both) for measuring liquids or solids
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  1. A flask, tube, or other container marked with a progressive series of degrees (lines or numbers or both) for measuring liquids or solids
  2. One who has received an academic degree or diploma.
  3. A person who has completed a course of study at a school or college and has received a degree or diploma
A learned person.
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  1. A learned person.
  2. A specialist in a particular branch of learning, esp. in the humanities
  3. Any student or pupil
One who is granted a license by an authorized body to practice a specified profession.
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  1. One who is granted a license by an authorized body to practice a specified profession.
  2. In certain European and Canadian universities, an academic degree between that of bachelor and that of doctor
  3. A person licensed to practice a specified profession
(Now chiefly US) A member (especially a senior one) of the faculty at a college or university; an academic. [from 17th c.]
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  1. (Now chiefly US) A member (especially a senior one) of the faculty at a college or university; an academic. [from 17th c.]
  2. A member of an art, literary, or scientific academy or society.
  3. A member of an academy
In some American universities and colleges, a teacher ranking below an instructor; teaching assistant
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  1. In some American universities and colleges, a teacher ranking below an instructor; teaching assistant
  2. A teacher who gives individual instruction to a student; private teacher
  3. In English universities, a college official in charge of the studies of an undergraduate
Used as a title for any of various male officers having specified duties concerning the management of the British royal household.
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  1. Used as a title for any of various male officers having specified duties concerning the management of the British royal household.
  2. The owner or keeper of an animal:
  3. A special official appointed by a court to assist it, typically by making findings or rulings pertaining to matters specified by the court, typically, a “master” in divorce or custody, or a “master” to render an accounting; sometimes referred to as a “special master”.
A civilian, in distinction from a soldier.
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  1. A civilian, in distinction from a soldier.
  2. A person entitled to wear the gown of his profession or office
  3. One whose professional habit is a gown, such as a divine, a lawyer, or a member of certain English universities.
A distinguished man
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  1. A distinguished man
  2. Sir; Mr.: a Spanish title of respect, used with the given name: abbrev. D
  3. A college or university professor.
One who instructs; a teacher.
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  1. One who instructs; a teacher.
  2. A person who instructs; teacher
  3. A college teacher ranking below an assistant professor
A person who professes something; esp., one who openly declares his or her sentiments, religious beliefs, etc.
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  1. A person who professes something; esp., one who openly declares his or her sentiments, religious beliefs, etc.
  2. Any person claiming or assumed to be especially skilled or experienced in some art, sport, etc.
  3. A college or university teacher of the highest academic rank; full professor
A member of the faculty of a college or university usually having qualified status without rank or tenure.
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  1. A member of the faculty of a college or university usually having qualified status without rank or tenure.
  2. The academic rank held by such a faculty member.
  3. A faculty member ranking below an assistant professor.
A college teacher ranking above an instructor and below an associate professor
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  1. A college teacher ranking above an instructor and below an associate professor
A college teacher ranking above an assistant professor and below a full professor
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  1. A college teacher ranking above an assistant professor and below a full professor
A lecturer or tour guide in a museum or cathedral.
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  1. A lecturer or tour guide in a museum or cathedral.
  2. In some American universities, a teacher or lecturer not on the regular faculty
  3. A teacher or lecturer at some universities who is not a regular faculty member.
A graduate student in a university or college who is awarded a fellowship that provides him or her with financial aid in exchange for teaching duties.
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  1. A graduate student in a university or college who is awarded a fellowship that provides him or her with financial aid in exchange for teaching duties.
  2. A student in a graduate school who assists a professor with teaching duties in return for compensation, as tuition credit or a small stipend
Obsolete spelling of era.
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  1. Obsolete spelling of era.
  2. The ancient Egyptian sun god, the supreme deity represented as a man with the head of a falcon crowned with a solar disk and uraeus.
A cowboy who takes care of saddle horses
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  1. A cowboy who takes care of saddle horses
  2. A person who wrangles, or argues, esp. in a contentious way
  3. (At the University of Cambridge) a student who has completed the third year of the mathematical tripos with first-class honours
(Pejorative) Someone who works for (may be taken advantage of by) someone else.
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  1. (Pejorative) Someone who works for (may be taken advantage of by) someone else.
  2. A person who works in a low servile job.
  3. A person who does tedious, menial, or unpleasant work.
A man who has never been married.
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  1. A man who has never been married.
  2. A young knight in the service of another knight in feudal times.
  3. A person who has completed the undergraduate curriculum of a college or university and holds a bachelor's degree.
A student who has nearly completed the requirements for a degree.
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  1. A student who has nearly completed the requirements for a degree.
  2. One that seems likely to gain a certain position or come to a certain fate:
  3. A person who seeks or is nominated for an office, prize, or honor.
The title of an academic or medical doctor (a person who holds a doctorate); used before the doctor's name.
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  1. The title of an academic or medical doctor (a person who holds a doctorate); used before the doctor's name.
  2. A person licensed to practice any of the healing arts, as an osteopath, dentist, veterinarian, etc.
  3. A person who has earned the highest academic degree, usually a PhD, awarded by a college or university in a specified discipline.
A distinct part or element of a whole, as of a mathematical equation, a sentence, a syllogism, a series, a building, a bridge, etc.
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  1. A distinct part or element of a whole, as of a mathematical equation, a sentence, a syllogism, a series, a building, a bridge, etc.
  2. A person belonging to some association, society, community, party, etc.
  3. One that belongs to a group or organization:
  1. (Informal) A postdoctoral academic research position.
  2. A postdoctoral program of study.
  3. A person engaged in postdoctoral research, study, etc.
Any man; fellow
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  1. Any man; fellow
  2. A son:
  3. A bellboy, messenger boy, etc.
A chapped place in the skin
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  1. A chapped place in the skin
  2. A sore roughening or splitting of the skin, caused especially by cold or exposure.
  3. A man or boy; a fellow.
A male given name used since mid-twentieth century.
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  1. A male given name used since mid-twentieth century.
  2. (Old-fashioned) The sweetheart or courter of a woman or girl
  3. A male companion or friend with whom one has a sexual or romantic relationship.
A sweetheart who is a boy or man
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  1. A sweetheart who is a boy or man
  2. A boy who is one's friend
  3. A male companion or friend with whom one has a sexual or romantic relationship.
An affiliated individual or organization; member
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  1. An affiliated individual or organization; member
  2. A person, organization, or establishment associated with another as a subordinate, subsidiary, or member:
  3. A corporation that is related to another corporation by one owning shares of the other, by common ownership, or by other means of control. See also company (parent) and subsidiary. A corporation that is related to another corporation by one owning shares of the other, by common ownership, or by other means of control. See also company (parent) and subsidiary.
A country, person, or group joined with another or others for a common purpose
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  1. A country, person, or group joined with another or others for a common purpose
  2. An associate; helper; auxiliary
  3. One that is allied with another, especially by treaty:
A junior member of a law firm who typically works on salary and does not share in the ownership, profits, or decision-making of the firm.
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  1. A junior member of a law firm who typically works on salary and does not share in the ownership, profits, or decision-making of the firm.
  2. A person united with another or others in an act, enterprise, or business; a partner or colleague.
  3. A colleague, companion, partner, or fellow employee.
A generational group as defined in demographics, statistics, or market research:
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  1. A generational group as defined in demographics, statistics, or market research:
  2. An ancient Roman military unit of 300-600 men, constituting one tenth of a legion
  3. A companion or associate.
A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
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  1. A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
  2. A fellow member of a profession, staff, or academic faculty; an associate.
One who assists in a plot; an accomplice.
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  1. One who assists in a plot; an accomplice.
  2. (Psychology) An actor who participates in a psychological experiment pretending to be a subject but in actuality working for the researcher (also known as a "stooge").
  3. A person, group, nation, or state united with another or others for a common purpose; ally; associate
A joint partner, as in a business enterprise; an associate.
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  1. A joint partner, as in a business enterprise; an associate.
  2. A partner, or associate
A person who takes part in some activity in common with another or others; associate
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  1. A person who takes part in some activity in common with another or others; associate
  2. One of two or more persons engaged in the same business enterprise and sharing its profits and risks: each is an agent for the other or others and is liable, except when limited to his or her own investment, for the debts of the firm
  3. One that is united or associated with another or others in an activity or a sphere of common interest, especially:
A colleague, companion, partner, or fellow employee.
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  1. A colleague, companion, partner, or fellow employee.
  2. A person with whom one is associated; friend, partner, fellow worker, etc.
  3. A companion; a comrade.
A close friend
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  1. A close friend
  2. A friend; a pal.
  3. An intimate friend or companion.
Either of two persons not married to each other but otherwise in an intimate, spouse-like relationship: often, specif., used when the persons are of the same sex
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  1. Either of two persons not married to each other but otherwise in an intimate, spouse-like relationship: often, specif., used when the persons are of the same sex
  2. A person who associates with or accompanies another or others; associate; comrade
  3. One of a pair or set of things; a mate.
A friend; close companion
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  1. A friend; close companion
  2. A fellow member of a group, especially a fellow member of the Communist Party.
  3. A person who shares one's interests or activities; a friend or companion.
A companion or associate
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  1. A companion or associate
  2. A longtime close friend or companion.
A spouse or romantic partner.
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  1. A spouse or romantic partner.
  2. A US Navy petty officer who is an assistant to a warrant officer.
  3. One of a matched pair:
Either of two persons paired off in a partnership arrangement (buddy system) for mutual help and protection, as in combat or in children's camp activities
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  1. Either of two persons paired off in a partnership arrangement (buddy system) for mutual help and protection, as in combat or in children's camp activities
  2. A partner, especially one of a pair or team associated under the buddy system.
  3. Friend or comrade; chum. Used as a form of familiar address, especially for a man or boy:
A language of Papua New Guinea.
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  1. A language of Papua New Guinea.
  2. An intimate friend; comrade; chum
A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
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  1. A fellow worker in the same profession; associate
  2. A fellow member of a profession, staff, or academic faculty; an associate.
A companion; comrade
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  1. A companion; comrade
  2. A comrade, companion, or associate.
  3. A person of equal status or rank; a peer.
One that is equal to another:
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  1. One that is equal to another:
Something that is essentially equal to another:
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  1. Something that is essentially equal to another:
  2. Having a one-to-one correspondence, as between parts. Two triangles having the same area are equivalent, as are two congruent geometric figures.
  3. Equal, as in value, meaning, or force.
A man who holds a peerage by descent or appointment.
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  1. A man who holds a peerage by descent or appointment.
  2. A person who has equal standing with another or others, as in rank, class, or age:
  3. A person or thing of the same rank, value, quality, ability, etc.; equal; specif., an equal before the law
A member of the lowest rank in an order of knighthood
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  1. A member of the lowest rank in an order of knighthood
  2. Either of two persons not married to each other but otherwise in an intimate, spouse-like relationship: often, specif., used when the persons are of the same sex
  3. A thing that matches another in sort, color, etc.; one of a pair or set
A copy or duplicate, as of a lease
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  1. A copy or duplicate, as of a lease
  2. A person or thing that corresponds to or closely resembles another, as in form or function
  3. One of two parts that fit and complete each other.
A person or thing looking very much like another; duplicate; counterpart
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  1. A person or thing looking very much like another; duplicate; counterpart
  2. One that closely resembles another; a duplicate.
  3. An actor who takes the place of another actor in scenes requiring special skills or preparations:
An exact copy or reproduction; replica; facsimile
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  1. An exact copy or reproduction; replica; facsimile
  2. One that corresponds exactly to another, especially an original.
  3. A counterpart or double
Two or more persons or things that go together in appearance, size, or other quality
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  1. Two or more persons or things that go together in appearance, size, or other quality
  2. A slender piece of wood, cardboard, waxed cord, etc. tipped with a composition that catches fire by friction; esp., a safety match
  3. One that is able to compete equally with another:
(Archaic) An equal; fit associate
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  1. (Archaic) An equal; fit associate
  2. One of a matched pair:
  3. Either of a pair of birds or other animals that associate in order to propagate.
(Mineralogy) Two interwoven crystals that are mirror images of each other.
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  1. (Mineralogy) Two interwoven crystals that are mirror images of each other.
  2. Twin bed
  3. Either one of two persons or things very much alike in appearance, shape, structure, etc.
Find another word for fellow. In this page you can discover 105 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for fellow, like: chap, guy, youth, lad, person, male, gentleman, stripling, cadet, señor (Spanish) and Herr (German).