Part of speech:
A dull routine
A burning fuel:
A tongue of light rising from a fire
The itinerary of a race.
The definition of a fever is a body temperature above normal, a disease with a high fever, or a condition of being uneasy and excited.
Any extinct hominid, as Neanderthal man
A police officer.
(Slang) A police officer or detective.
A female police officer.
A man who is a member of a police force.
(Informal) A group that admonishes, cautions, or reminds:
A person who patrols; esp., a police officer assigned to patrol a specific beat
A police officer or constable
A recurrent period characterized by certain occurrences, occupations, festivities, or crops:
To begin to burn:
To be or remain awake; not to sleep.
To turn red or make glow:
To warm is defined as to raise the temperature a bit.
To warm thoroughly, as before a fire:
To put stress, pressure, or strain on
Water in its gaseous state, especially at a temperature above the boiling point of water (above 100°C, or 212°F, at sea level).
(Metalworking) To dissipate by heat the volatile parts of, as ores.
To be forceful, violent, uncontrolled, etc.
To exert pressure, or compelling influence, on
To hunt with a gun.
(--- Physics) To raise (an atom, for example) to a higher energy level.
To prepare (food) for eating by applying heat.
To warm by rubbing, as with the hands.
To dry by heat.
(Archaic, intransitive) To be emitted or exhaled, emanate, as of vapour or perfume.
(Intransitive) To emit sweat or perspiration through the skin's pores.
To have its contents melt
To condense (a gas) by cooling.
To catch fire; burst into flame.
To clean, rinse, or empty with a rapid flow of a liquid, especially water:
To burn with a bright flame.
To flush; blush.
To harden or impart a finish to by subjecting to intense heat; fire:
To scorch or sear with heat.
To become physically joined together, as by melting.
To burn; to destroy by, or as by, fire.
To burn superficially; scorch.
To char, scorch, or burn the surface of.
To burn to ashes; burn up; cremate
To burn or sear with a cautery.
To burn the surface of; scorch.
To cook or clean by boiling.
To heat, sweeten, and flavor with spices (wine, cider, ale, etc.)
To burn or injure with hot liquid or steam
To catch fire.
Any of the Gospel narratives of Jesus' Passion and of accompanying events
The act or process of radiating:
The definition of a trial is a hearing in a court case, a test or a hardship.
Direction or course, as of the grain of wood, a vein of ore, etc.
Emotional disturbance or excitement
Excitement is defined as a feeling of enthusiasm, eagerness or exhilaration, or is defined as something that causes such a feeling.
A police officer.
(Chiefly British) A police officer.
An exciting or being excited
Lack of emotion or feeling; impassiveness.
The cold weather that causes these ice crystals to form.
To frighten or discourage by cool behavior, unfriendliness, etc.
Vitality and intensity of expression:
A steady onward movement or course
A strong feeling of displeasure or hostility.
An object of such feeling or passion:
The sexual urge or instinct as it manifests itself in behavior:
To collect and condense water in droplets on its surface, as a glass of ice water does in a warm room
(Archaic) Ecstasy arising from supposed possession by a god.
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