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The power of discerning; keen perception or judgment; insight; acumen
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  1. The power of discerning; keen perception or judgment; insight; acumen
  2. Aesthetic discrimination; taste, appreciation.
  3. The condition of understanding.
An act, policy, pattern of behavior, etc. characterized by such partiality
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  1. An act, policy, pattern of behavior, etc. characterized by such partiality
  2. Treatment or consideration based on class or category, such as race or gender, rather than individual merit; partiality or prejudice.
  3. The act of denying rights, benefits, justice, equitable treatment, or access to facilities available to all others, to an individual or group of people because of their race, age, gender, handicap or other defining characteristic. See also reverse discrimination. The act of denying rights, benefits, justice, equitable treatment, or access to facilities available to all others, to an individual or group of people because of their race, age, gender, handicap or other defining characteristic. See also reverse discrimination.
The sense that distinguishes the sweet, sour, salty, and bitter qualities of dissolved substances in contact with the taste buds on the tongue.
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  1. The sense that distinguishes the sweet, sour, salty, and bitter qualities of dissolved substances in contact with the taste buds on the tongue.
  2. This sense in combination with the senses of smell and touch, which together receive a sensation of a substance in the mouth.
  3. The sense of what is proper, seemly, or least likely to give offense in a given social situation:
The quality of being shrewd.
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  1. The quality of being shrewd.
  2. An invented collective name for a group of apes.
The quality or an instance of being sagacious; penetrating intelligence and sound judgment
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  1. The quality or an instance of being sagacious; penetrating intelligence and sound judgment
(Uncountable) Mental, sometimes emotional process of comprehension, assimilation of knowledge, which is subjective by its nature.
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  1. (Uncountable) Mental, sometimes emotional process of comprehension, assimilation of knowledge, which is subjective by its nature.
  2. The power or ability to think, learn, judge, etc.; intelligence; sense
  3. (Countable) Reason or intelligence, ability to grasp the full meaning of knowledge, ability to infer.
Acquaintance with facts; range of information, awareness, or understanding
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  1. Acquaintance with facts; range of information, awareness, or understanding
  2. The sum or range of what has been perceived, discovered, or learned:
  3. The body of facts, principles, etc. acquired through human experience and thought
Ability to think or reason soundly; normal intelligence and judgment, often as reflected in behavior
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  1. Ability to think or reason soundly; normal intelligence and judgment, often as reflected in behavior
  2. Natural understanding or intelligence, especially in practical matters:
  3. A perception or feeling produced by a stimulus; sensation:
Common sense.
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The ability to express oneself intelligently in a playful or humorous manner, often in overturning audience expectations:
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  1. The ability to express oneself intelligently in a playful or humorous manner, often in overturning audience expectations:
  2. (Archaic) Intellect; reason
  3. A person noted for this ability, especially in conversation:
(Uncountable) the fineness of the point a pointed object
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  1. (Uncountable) the fineness of the point a pointed object
  2. (Of an image) distinctness, focus
  3. (Countable) The product or result of being sharp.
A declaration made to explain or justify action, decision, or conviction:
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  1. A declaration made to explain or justify action, decision, or conviction:
  2. A normal mental state; sanity:
  3. A fact or cause that explains why something exists or has occurred:
The quality or condition of being rational.
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  1. The quality or condition of being rational.
  2. A rational belief or practice.
  3. The quality or condition of being rational; reasonableness or the possession or use of reason
Quickness, accuracy, and keenness of judgment or insight:
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  1. Quickness, accuracy, and keenness of judgment or insight:
  2. Keenness and quickness in understanding and dealing with a situation; shrewdness
Something known or learned in this way
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  1. Something known or learned in this way
  2. The direct knowing or learning of something without the conscious use of reasoning; immediate understanding
An instance of this:
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  1. An instance of this:
  2. The act of perceiving or the ability to perceive; mental grasp of objects, qualities, etc. by means of the senses; awareness; comprehension
  3. The understanding, knowledge, etc. gotten by perceiving
The ability to respond quickly and effectively to a new situation; use of the faculty of reason in solving problems, directing conduct, etc.
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  1. The ability to respond quickly and effectively to a new situation; use of the faculty of reason in solving problems, directing conduct, etc.
  2. (--- Psychol.) Measured success in using these abilities to perform certain tasks
  3. The ability to learn or understand from experience; ability to acquire and retain knowledge; mental ability
The state or level of consciousness where sense data can be confirmed by an observer.
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  1. The state or level of consciousness where sense data can be confirmed by an observer.
  2. The state or quality of being aware of something
The act or process of sophisticating
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  1. The act or process of sophisticating
  2. The state, quality, or character of being sophisticated
  3. (Archaic) The use of sophistry
The quality of being ingenious; cleverness, originality, skill, etc.
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  1. The quality of being ingenious; cleverness, originality, skill, etc.
  2. Inventive skill or imagination; cleverness.
  3. An ingenious device, stratagem, etc.
The effect on a person of anything or everything that has happened to that person; individual reaction to events, feelings, etc.
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  1. The effect on a person of anything or everything that has happened to that person; individual reaction to events, feelings, etc.
  2. Knowledge, skill, or practice resulting from this
  3. Active participation in events or activities, leading to the accumulation of knowledge or skill:
Great intellectual insight or understanding:
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  1. Great intellectual insight or understanding:
  2. Intensity of feeling or conviction.
  3. A profound idea, matter, etc.
The most profound or intense part or stage:
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  1. The most profound or intense part or stage:
  2. The measurement or sense of distance from an observation point, such as linear perspective in painting.
  3. The range of one's understanding or competence:
The state or quality of being brilliant, as:
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  1. The state or quality of being brilliant, as:
  2. The fact of being brilliant; great brightness, radiance, intensity, splendor, intelligence, etc.
  3. Exceptional clarity and agility of intellect or invention.
The sum of a person's intellectual capabilities or endowment.
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  1. The sum of a person's intellectual capabilities or endowment.
  2. Mental capacity, power, or activity; mind
  3. A mindset; a way of thinking.
The quality or condition of being subtle; esp., the ability or tendency to make fine distinctions
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  1. The quality or condition of being subtle; esp., the ability or tendency to make fine distinctions
  2. The quality or state of being subtle.
  3. Something subtle, especially a nicety of thought or a fine distinction.
A condition of being qualified or authorized; position, function, status, etc.
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  1. A condition of being qualified or authorized; position, function, status, etc.
  2. A legal qualification, such as age, that determines one’s ability to do something that has legal consequences (such as making a contract or getting married). Also called legal capacity.
  3. The power to learn or retain knowledge; mental ability.
The capacity for understanding ideas, facts, etc.
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  1. The capacity for understanding ideas, facts, etc.
  2. The act or fact of grasping the meaning, nature, or importance of; understanding.
  3. Understanding or knowledge that results from this
The quality or condition of being sane; soundness of mind.
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  1. The quality or condition of being sane; soundness of mind.
  2. Soundness of judgment
  3. Soundness of judgment or reason.
The state of being in a lucid dream
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  1. The state of being in a lucid dream
  2. The property of being lucid, lucidness.
  3. The state of being aware that one is dreaming
The property of being levelheaded, stable, not overly swayed by passion.
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  1. The property of being levelheaded, stable, not overly swayed by passion.
The quality of being clearheaded.
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Inborn intelligence; innate good sense. [from 15th c.]
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  1. Inborn intelligence; innate good sense. [from 15th c.]
  2. Alternative form of mother wit.
  3. Innate intelligence or common sense.
The quality or state of being ready
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  1. The quality or state of being ready
A firm hold or grip.
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  1. A firm hold or grip.
  2. Understanding; comprehension:
  3. The power to hold or seize; reach
An anxious feeling of foreboding; dread
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  1. An anxious feeling of foreboding; dread
  2. Fearful or uneasy anticipation of the future; dread.
  3. The ability to apprehend or understand; understanding.
Acuteness of perception, discernment, or understanding.
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  1. Acuteness of perception, discernment, or understanding.
  2. The human faculty or power to mentally grasp or understand clearly.
The state or characteristic of being perspicuous; perspicuity.
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  1. The state or characteristic of being perspicuous; perspicuity.
(Uncountable) The state or quality of being sound.
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  1. (Uncountable) The state or quality of being sound.
  2. (Countable) The result or product of being sound.
  3. (Logic) The property of a logical theory that whenever a wff is a theorem then it must also be valid. Symbolically, letting T represent a theory within logic L, this can be represented as the property that whenever is true, then must also be true, for any wff φ of logic L.
Particular character or essential spirit or nature of a nation, place, age, etc.
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  1. Particular character or essential spirit or nature of a nation, place, age, etc.
  2. Either of two spirits, one good and one evil, supposed to influence one's destiny
  3. A person having such capacity or ability
The extent or distance something can reach:
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  1. The extent or distance something can reach:
  2. A continuous, uninterrupted extent or stretch
  3. Range of understanding; comprehension:
The area or sphere in which an activity takes place:
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  1. The area or sphere in which an activity takes place:
  2. The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
  3. Extent of perception, knowledge, experience, or ability:
A piece usually produced in a standard width:
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  1. A piece usually produced in a standard width:
  2. (Art) An effect of unity and inclusiveness achieved as by subordinating details
  3. Extent or scope, esp. when broad or ample
The quality of being astute.
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The quality or fact of being prudent
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  1. The quality or fact of being prudent
  2. A female given name, one of the Puritan virtue names.
  3. The quality or state of being prudent; wisdom in the way of caution and provision; discretion; carefulness; hence, also, economy; frugality.
The quality of being discreet, or careful about what one does and says; prudence
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  1. The quality of being discreet, or careful about what one does and says; prudence
  2. (Archaic) The ability or power to discern what is responsible or socially appropriate:
  3. The freedom of choice and of action of a judge, prosecutor, or other public official, within the defined scope of his or her responsibilities. For example, in a criminal matter a judge may have wide discretion to release the defendant on recognizance or to demand bail in any amount, based on the judge’s view of the defendant as a flight risk. The freedom of choice and of action of a judge, prosecutor, or other public official, within the defined scope of his or her responsibilities. For example, in a criminal matter a judge may have wide discretion to release the defendant on recognizance or to demand bail in any amount, based on the judge’s view of the defendant as a flight risk.
Wise discourse or teaching
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  1. Wise discourse or teaching
  2. A wise outlook, plan, or course of action.
  3. The quality of being wise; power of judging rightly and following the soundest course of action, based on knowledge, experience, understanding, etc.; good judgment; sagacity
Know-how
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  1. Know-how
  2. Practical understanding or shrewdness:
  3. Shrewdness or understanding
(Informal) Intellectual capacity; brains
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  1. (Informal) Intellectual capacity; brains
  2. The brownish-gray tissue of the vertebrate brain and spinal cord, made up chiefly of the cell bodies and dendrites of neurons.
  3. Alternative spelling of grey matter.
(Plural only, informal) Intelligence; aptitude; mental capability.
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  1. (Plural only, informal) Intelligence; aptitude; mental capability.
  2. Plural form of brain
  3. (Plural only) The brain of one or more animals used as food.
(Idiomatic) Common sense, especially with a connotation of folk wisdom independent from, and trumping, formal education.
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  1. (Idiomatic) Common sense, especially with a connotation of folk wisdom independent from, and trumping, formal education.
Firmness of character or action; determination:
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  1. Firmness of character or action; determination:
  2. The written determination of a court or administrative tribunal disposing of motions or claims in a case or matter before it. The written determination of a court or administrative tribunal disposing of motions or claims in a case or matter before it.
  3. A conclusion or judgment reached after consideration:
A treatment or account:
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  1. A treatment or account:
  2. Something of value to either the promisee or the promisor of a contract (usually cash, but also property, a promise to do something or not to do something, and so on) that is given or will be given by the promisee to the promisor in exchange for a performance or a promise of a performance by the promisor. For the contract to be enforceable, the consideration must be something that the promisee, to his or her detriment or loss, is giving up, or something that benefits the promisor. Something of value to either the promisee or the promisor of a contract (usually cash, but also property, a promise to do something or not to do something, and so on) that is given or will be given by the promisee to the promisor in exchange for a performance or a promise of a performance by the promisor. For the contract to be enforceable, the consideration must be something that the promisee, to his or her detriment or loss, is giving up, or something that benefits the promisor.
  3. A result of considering; an opinion or a judgment:
The act or an instance of appraising.
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  1. The act or an instance of appraising.
  2. An appraised value or price; esp., an expert valuation for taxation, tariff duty, sale, etc.; estimate
  3. A judgment or assessment of the value of something, especially a formal one.
A set of questions or exercises testing knowledge or skill.
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  1. A set of questions or exercises testing knowledge or skill.
  2. In litigation, the questioning of a witness under oath, either at trial or in a deposition; the Patent and Trademark Office investigation into the validity of a patent application. In litigation, the questioning of a witness under oath, either at trial or in a deposition; the Patent and Trademark Office investigation into the validity of a patent application.
  3. An examining or being examined; investigation; inspection; checkup; scrutiny; inquiry; testing
The act of making a judgment.
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Action of the verb to weigh
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A trial by assay.
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Firmness of purpose; resolve:
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  1. Firmness of purpose; resolve:
  2. A decision arrived at by thought and investigation; conclusion
  3. The settling of a question or case by an authoritative decision or pronouncement, especially by a judicial body:
Official examination or review, as of barracks or troops.
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  1. Official examination or review, as of barracks or troops.
  2. Critical examination
  3. A detailed examination of objects, such as goods or discovery materials, to determine qualities such as fitness, relevance, or consistency with a prior description. A detailed examination of objects, such as goods or discovery materials, to determine qualities such as fitness, relevance, or consistency with a prior description.
  1. An appraisal or evaluation.
  2. The act or an instance of assessing
  3. The act of assessing or an amount (of tax, levy or duty etc) assessed.
The amount, extent, position, size, or value reached in an estimate:
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  1. The amount, extent, position, size, or value reached in an estimate:
  2. Esteem; regard
  3. An opinion or judgment:
A careful examination and analysis of the facts in an attempt to understand or explain something
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  1. A careful examination and analysis of the facts in an attempt to understand or explain something
  2. (Medicine) The act or process of identifying or determining the nature and cause of a disease or injury through evaluation of patient history, examination, and review of laboratory data.
  3. The act or process of discovering or identifying a diseased condition by means of a medical examination, laboratory test, etc.
The act or fact of appreciating
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  1. The act or fact of appreciating
  2. Awareness or delicate perception, especially of aesthetic qualities or values.
  3. A rise in value or price, especially over time.
(Mathematics) A completion of a mathematical operation; a valuation.
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  1. (Mathematics) A completion of a mathematical operation; a valuation.
  2. The process of evaluating something or an instance of this
  3. An assessment, such as an annual personnel performance review used as the basis for a salary increase or bonus, or a summary of a particular situation.
The act or process of interpreting.
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  1. The act or process of interpreting.
  2. The act or result of interpreting; explanation, meaning, translation, exposition, etc.
  3. An explanation or conceptualization by a critic of a work of literature, painting, music, or other art form; an exegesis.
A person with reference to the ability to memorize, comprehend, etc.
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  1. A person with reference to the ability to memorize, comprehend, etc.
  2. A branch of knowledge or department of learning:
  3. A detailed examination, analysis, or experiment investigating a subject or phenomenon:
An exercise for use in restudying material.
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  1. An exercise for use in restudying material.
  2. The act or process of going over a lesson or subject again, as in study or recitation
  3. A judicial reexamination of a court’s proceedings, or a reconsideration by the same court of its earlier decision. The term is often used to describe an appellate court’s examination of a lower court’s proceeding. See also judicial review. A judicial reexamination of a court’s proceedings, or a reconsideration by the same court of its earlier decision. The term is often used to describe an appellate court’s examination of a lower court’s proceeding. See also judicial review.
Meditation on spiritual matters, especially as a form of devotion.
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  1. Meditation on spiritual matters, especially as a form of devotion.
  2. Intention or expectation:
  3. Thoughtful inspection, study, etc.
The separation of a substance into its constituent elements, usually by chemical means, for the study and identification of each component. &diamf3; Qualitative analysis determines what substances are present in a compound. &diamf3; Quantitative analysis determines how much of each substance is present in a compound.
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  1. The separation of a substance into its constituent elements, usually by chemical means, for the study and identification of each component. &diamf3; Qualitative analysis determines what substances are present in a compound. &diamf3; Quantitative analysis determines how much of each substance is present in a compound.
  2. A statement of the results of this process
  3. (Linguis.) The use of word order and uninflected function words rather than inflection to express syntactic relationships
A close examination of a matter:
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  1. A close examination of a matter:
  2. The act of inquiring:
  3. An investigation or examination
The act of inquiring into a matter; an investigation.
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  1. The act of inquiring into a matter; an investigation.
  2. The written finding of such an inquiry
  3. An investigation that violates the privacy or rights of individuals, especially through rigorous or harsh interrogation.
An investigation or inquiry:
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  1. An investigation or inquiry:
  2. (Law) An investigation conducted by a coroner, sometimes with the aid of a jury, into the cause of death of a person when the cause may be criminal.
  3. An inquiry into a particular subject matter by a special jury.
The act of a belligerent in stopping and searching a neutral ship for contraband
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  1. The act of a belligerent in stopping and searching a neutral ship for contraband
  2. An act of searching; scrutiny, inquiry, or examination in an attempt to find something, gain knowledge, establish facts, etc.
  3. (Law) The examination of a person or property, as by a law enforcement officer, for the purpose of discovering evidence of a crime.
An expedition undertaken in medieval romance by a knight in order to perform a prescribed feat:
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  1. An expedition undertaken in medieval romance by a knight in order to perform a prescribed feat:
  2. In medieval romance, a chivalric journey undertaken by a knight in order to procure or achieve a particular object or end
  3. The act or an instance of seeking or pursuing something; a search.
The act of striving to gain or accomplish something:
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  1. The act of striving to gain or accomplish something:
  2. The act of pursuing.
  3. An occupation, career, interest, etc. to which one devotes time and energy
Close, careful examination or observation.
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  1. Close, careful examination or observation.
  2. A lengthy, searching look
  3. A careful, continuous watch; surveillance
The act or an instance of exploring:
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  1. The act or an instance of exploring:
  2. An exploring or being explored
An inspection or exploration of an area, especially one made to gather military information.
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  1. An inspection or exploration of an area, especially one made to gather military information.
  2. The act of scouting or exploring (especially military or medical) to gain information.
The act or process of perceiving something, such as a phenomenon, often by means of an instrument, and making a record of the resulting information.
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  1. The act or process of perceiving something, such as a phenomenon, often by means of an instrument, and making a record of the resulting information.
  2. The result or record of such an act or process:
  3. The act or practice of noting and recording facts and events, as for some scientific study
Good wishes expressing such sentiment:
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  1. Good wishes expressing such sentiment:
  2. A particular point or aspect; respect:
  3. Respect, affection, or esteem:
The last step in a reasoning process; judgment, decision, or opinion formed after investigation or thought
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  1. The last step in a reasoning process; judgment, decision, or opinion formed after investigation or thought
  2. A judgment or decision reached after deliberation.
  3. The result or outcome of an act or process:
The written determination of a court or administrative tribunal disposing of motions or claims in a case or matter before it. The written determination of a court or administrative tribunal disposing of motions or claims in a case or matter before it.
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  1. The written determination of a court or administrative tribunal disposing of motions or claims in a case or matter before it. The written determination of a court or administrative tribunal disposing of motions or claims in a case or matter before it.
  2. Firmness of character or action; determination:
  3. A conclusion or judgment reached after consideration:
The lines so made
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  1. The lines so made
  2. An official decision, esp. one made by a court or judge
  3. An order or a decision on a point of law from someone in authority.
(Gram.) A word or a group of syntactically related words that states, asks, commands, or exclaims something; conventional unit of connected speech or writing, usually containing a subject and a predicate: in writing, a sentence begins with a capital letter and concludes with an end mark (period, question mark, etc.), and in speech a sentence begins following a silence and concludes with any of various final pitches and a terminal juncture
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  1. (Gram.) A word or a group of syntactically related words that states, asks, commands, or exclaims something; conventional unit of connected speech or writing, usually containing a subject and a predicate: in writing, a sentence begins with a capital letter and concludes with an end mark (period, question mark, etc.), and in speech a sentence begins following a silence and concludes with any of various final pitches and a terminal juncture
  2. The penalty imposed by a law court or other authority upon someone found guilty of a crime or other offense.
  3. (Obsolete) An opinion, especially one given formally after deliberation.
The conclusion of a jury, or of a judge in a non-jury case, of what the facts are or were. A verdict, being a finding of fact, is different from a judgment or a judicial decision. The trial court may choose to accept or to disregard the verdict in determining judgment. The conclusion of a jury, or of a judge in a non-jury case, of what the facts are or were. A verdict, being a finding of fact, is different from a judgment or a judicial decision. The trial court may choose to accept or to disregard the verdict in determining judgment.
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  1. The conclusion of a jury, or of a judge in a non-jury case, of what the facts are or were. A verdict, being a finding of fact, is different from a judgment or a judicial decision. The trial court may choose to accept or to disregard the verdict in determining judgment. The conclusion of a jury, or of a judge in a non-jury case, of what the facts are or were. A verdict, being a finding of fact, is different from a judgment or a judicial decision. The trial court may choose to accept or to disregard the verdict in determining judgment.
  2. (Law) The formal finding of a judge or jury on a matter submitted to them in a trial
  3. (Law) The decision of the jury after the trial of a case.
The act or an instance of appraising.
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  1. The act or an instance of appraising.
  2. An appraised value or price; esp., an expert valuation for taxation, tariff duty, sale, etc.; estimate
  3. A judgment or assessment of the value of something, especially a formal one.
An opinion or judgment
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  1. An opinion or judgment
  2. A tentative evaluation or rough calculation, as of worth, quantity, or size:
  3. A general calculation of size, value, etc.; esp., an approximate computation of the probable cost of a piece of work made by a person undertaking to do the work
A belief not based on absolute certainty or positive knowledge but on what seems true, valid, or probable to one's own mind; judgment
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  1. A belief not based on absolute certainty or positive knowledge but on what seems true, valid, or probable to one's own mind; judgment
  2. An evaluation, impression, or estimation of the quality or worth of a person or thing
  3. The court’s statement of its decision, usually written by a single judge, citing the facts, points of law, rationale, and decision or verdict. See also decision, judgment and verdict. The court’s statement of its decision, usually written by a single judge, citing the facts, points of law, rationale, and decision or verdict. See also decision, judgment and verdict.
A statement or account brought in and presented, often for publication
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  1. A statement or account brought in and presented, often for publication
  2. (Law) A formal account or record of a court case, decision, etc.
  3. A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail:
That which is worked toward or sought; object; aim; goal
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  1. That which is worked toward or sought; object; aim; goal
  2. An examination using the eyes; a look:
  3. An individual and personal perception, judgment, or interpretation; an opinion:
A brief statement mentioning the main points of something:
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  1. A brief statement mentioning the main points of something:
  2. A brief statement or account covering the substance or main points; digest; abridgment; compendium
Anything believed or accepted as true; esp., a creed, doctrine, or tenet
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  1. Anything believed or accepted as true; esp., a creed, doctrine, or tenet
  2. The mental act, condition, or habit of placing trust or confidence in another:
  3. Something believed or accepted as true, especially a particular tenet or a body of tenets accepted by a group of persons.
(Philos.) According to Plato, any of the unchanging, eternal, intelligible models or archetypes of which all material things are only imperfect imitations and from which their existence derives: in modern philosophy, used variously to mean the immediate object of thought, absolute truth, etc.
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  1. (Philos.) According to Plato, any of the unchanging, eternal, intelligible models or archetypes of which all material things are only imperfect imitations and from which their existence derives: in modern philosophy, used variously to mean the immediate object of thought, absolute truth, etc.
  2. In the philosophy of Hegel, absolute truth; the complete and ultimate product of reason.
  3. A sense that something can happen; a notion or expectation:
The state or appearance of being convinced:
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  1. The state or appearance of being convinced:
  2. (Law) The judgment of a jury or judge that a person is guilty of a crime as charged.
  3. The act or process by which a judge or jury finds someone guilty of an offense. See also judgment.
(Countable) That which is inferred; a truth or proposition drawn from another which is admitted or supposed to be true; a conclusion; a deduction.
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  1. (Countable) That which is inferred; a truth or proposition drawn from another which is admitted or supposed to be true; a conclusion; a deduction.
  2. The act of reasoning from factual knowledge or evidence.
  3. The act or process of deriving logical conclusions from premises known or assumed to be true.
A firm decision to do something:
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  1. A firm decision to do something:
  2. The thing determined upon; decision as to future action; resolve
  3. A formal statement of a decision or expression of opinion put before or adopted by an assembly such as the US Congress.
A conclusion reached by this process.
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  1. A conclusion reached by this process.
  2. The process of reasoning from the general to the specific, in which a conclusion follows necessarily from the premises.
  3. (Logic) The act or process of deducing; reasoning from the general to the specific, or from premises to a logically valid conclusion; also, a conclusion reached by such reasoning
(Physics) The act or process by which an electric or magnetic effect is produced in an electrical conductor or magnetizable body when it is exposed to the influence or variation of a field of force
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  1. (Physics) The act or process by which an electric or magnetic effect is produced in an electrical conductor or magnetizable body when it is exposed to the influence or variation of a field of force
  2. The process of deriving general principles from particular facts or instances.
  3. The creation of a voltage difference across a conductive material (such as a coil of wire) by exposing it to a changing magnetic field. Induction is fundamental to hydroelectric power, in which water-powered turbines spin wire coils through strong magnetic fields. It is also the working principle underlying transformers and induction coils.
The lesson or principle contained in or taught by a fable, a story, or an event.
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  1. The lesson or principle contained in or taught by a fable, a story, or an event.
  2. Rules or habits of conduct, especially of sexual conduct, with reference to standards of right and wrong:
  3. A concisely expressed precept or general truth; a maxim:
The act or art of criticizing; criticism
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  1. The act or art of criticizing; criticism
  2. A critical evaluation or analysis, especially one dealing with works of art or literature.
  3. A critical analysis or evaluation of a subject, situation, literary work, etc.
The ascertaining or fixing of the quantity, quality, position, or character of something:
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  1. The ascertaining or fixing of the quantity, quality, position, or character of something:
  2. A decision arrived at by thought and investigation; conclusion
  3. The settling of a question or case by an authoritative decision or pronouncement, especially by a judicial body:
Of fact, opinion, principle, etc.
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  1. Of fact, opinion, principle, etc.
  2. (Law) A judge's remark or observation on some point of law which is not essential to the case in question, hence not binding as a legal precedent
  3. In a court’s decision, a statement of opinion or of a general rule that is explanatory or suggestive only, and not binding on courts in future cases, because it does not form part of the court’s central argument. For example, a judge’s suggestion as to how she might decide a related controversy not presently before her would be considered dictum. In a court’s decision, a statement of opinion or of a general rule that is explanatory or suggestive only, and not binding on courts in future cases, because it does not form part of the court’s central argument. For example, a judge’s suggestion as to how she might decide a related controversy not presently before her would be considered dictum.
Something that is or seems to be foreordained
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  1. Something that is or seems to be foreordained
  2. An official order, edict, or decision, as of a church, government, court, etc.
  3. An authoritative order having the force of law.
The act of supposing.
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  1. The act of supposing.
  2. Something supposed; assumption; hypothesis
A written note intended as an explanation, illustration, or criticism of a passage in a book or other writing; an annotation.
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  1. A written note intended as an explanation, illustration, or criticism of a passage in a book or other writing; an annotation.
  2. A scholarly article or essay, usually written by a law student and published in a law review, analyzing a judicial decision and its context in the law. See also annotation and note.
  3. A statement of fact or opinion, especially a remark that expresses a personal reaction or attitude.
A series of explanatory notes or annotations, often forming a treatise on a text
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  1. A series of explanatory notes or annotations, often forming a treatise on a text
  2. A narrative of historical events of which one has personal experience:
  3. A historical narrative based on personal experience
A conclusion reached after examination or investigation:
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  1. A conclusion reached after examination or investigation:
  2. The conclusion reached after an examination or consideration of facts or data by a judge, coroner, scholar, etc.
  3. A statement or document containing an authoritative decision or conclusion:
Advice; counsel
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  1. Advice; counsel
  2. Something that recommends, especially a favorable statement concerning character or qualifications.
  3. Anything that recommends or makes a favorable or pleasing impression; specif., a letter recommending a person or thing
A careful examination and analysis of the facts in an attempt to understand or explain something
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  1. A careful examination and analysis of the facts in an attempt to understand or explain something
  2. (Medicine) The act or process of identifying or determining the nature and cause of a disease or injury through evaluation of patient history, examination, and review of laboratory data.
  3. The act or process of discovering or identifying a diseased condition by means of a medical examination, laboratory test, etc.
Punishment administered in return for a wrong committed.
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  1. Punishment administered in return for a wrong committed.
  2. (Archaic) Suitable repayment for one's actions; requital
  3. (Theology) Punishment or reward distributed in a future life based on performance in this one.
Any affliction or disaster thought of as an act of God
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  1. Any affliction or disaster thought of as an act of God
  2. A calamitous event or experience; a grave misfortune:
  3. An inflicting of punishment or affliction or a dispensation of comfort and blessing regarded as being ordained by God.
Bad luck; ill fortune; trouble; adversity
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  1. Bad luck; ill fortune; trouble; adversity
  2. The condition resulting from bad fortune or ill luck:
  3. An undesirable event such as an accident
A public demonstration, usually of a political nature.
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  1. A public demonstration, usually of a political nature.
  2. One of the forms in which someone or something, such as a person, a divine being, or an idea, is revealed.
  3. A form in which a being manifests itself or is thought to manifest itself, esp. the material or bodily form of a spirit
The amount of change made in correcting
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  1. The amount of change made in correcting
  2. An amount or quantity added or subtracted in order to correct.
  3. Punishment or scolding to correct faults
Corrective punishment; chastisement; reproof; pungent criticism.
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Death or decay of living tissue; gangrene.
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  1. Death or decay of living tissue; gangrene.
  2. A feeling of shame, humiliation, or wounded pride.
  3. Discipline of the body and the appetites by self-denial or self-inflicted privation, especially when undertaken for religious reasons.
Anything causing pain or distress; calamity
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  1. Anything causing pain or distress; calamity
  2. An afflicted condition; pain; suffering
The act of inflicting
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  1. The act of inflicting
  2. The act or process of imposing or meting out something unpleasant.
A source of harm or ruin:
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  1. A source of harm or ruin:
  2. Anyone or anything which seems to be the inevitable cause of someone's downfall or defeat
  3. Retributive justice in its execution or outcome:
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An act or instance of concluding; final arrangement (of a pact, treaty, etc.)
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  1. An act or instance of concluding; final arrangement (of a pact, treaty, etc.)
  2. (Law) The findings of a court as to the existence of an alleged fact or the application of a particular law
  3. The result or outcome of an act or process:
The drawing of a conclusion by reasoning; the act of deducing.
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  1. The drawing of a conclusion by reasoning; the act of deducing.
  2. A conclusion reached by this process.
  3. (Logic) The process of reasoning in which a conclusion follows necessarily from the stated premises; inference by reasoning from the general to the specific.
The act of inferring or drawing conclusions.
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  1. The act of inferring or drawing conclusions.
  2. The act of drawing a conclusion or making an inference
  3. The conclusion drawn; inference
A word or form in the illative case.
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  1. A word or form in the illative case.
  2. A word or phrase, such as hence or for that reason, that expresses an inference.
  3. An illation or inference
(Countable) That which is inferred; a truth or proposition drawn from another which is admitted or supposed to be true; a conclusion; a deduction.
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  1. (Countable) That which is inferred; a truth or proposition drawn from another which is admitted or supposed to be true; a conclusion; a deduction.
  2. The act of reasoning from factual knowledge or evidence.
  3. A conclusion or opinion arrived at by inferring
Sound judgment not based on specialized knowledge.
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  1. Sound judgment not based on specialized knowledge.
  2. Ordinary good sense or sound practical judgment
A meaning that is conveyed, as in speech or writing; signification:
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  1. A meaning that is conveyed, as in speech or writing; signification:
  2. Judgment; consensus:
  3. A vague feeling or presentiment:
Wise discourse or teaching
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  1. Wise discourse or teaching
  2. The ability to discern or judge what is true, right, or lasting; insight.
  3. Common sense; good judgment:
Guts; spunk.
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  1. Guts; spunk.
  2. Courage and initiative; enterprise and boldness
  3. Common sense.
Common sense; gumption.
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  1. Common sense; gumption.
An expert or official valuation, as for taxation.
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  1. An expert or official valuation, as for taxation.
  2. A judgment or assessment of the value of something, especially a formal one.
  3. An appraised value or price; esp., an expert valuation for taxation, tariff duty, sale, etc.; estimate
The act or an instance of assessing
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  1. The act or an instance of assessing
  2. The act of assessing or an amount (of tax, levy or duty etc) assessed.
  3. An appraisal or evaluation.
A judgment based on one's impressions; an opinion:
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  1. A judgment based on one's impressions; an opinion:
  2. A general calculation of size, value, etc.; esp., an approximate computation of the probable cost of a piece of work made by a person undertaking to do the work
  3. A tentative evaluation or rough calculation, as of worth, quantity, or size:
Esteem; regard
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  1. Esteem; regard
  2. An estimate, opinion, or judgment
  3. The amount, extent, position, size, or value reached in an estimate:
(Mathematics) A completion of a mathematical operation; a valuation.
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  1. (Mathematics) A completion of a mathematical operation; a valuation.
  2. (Computing, programming) Determination of the value of a variable or expression.
  3. An assessment, such as an annual personnel performance review used as the basis for a salary increase or bonus, or a summary of a particular situation.
The act or process of assessing value or price; an appraisal.
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  1. The act or process of assessing value or price; an appraisal.
  2. (Logic, propositional logic, model theory) An assignment of truth values to propositional variables, with a corresponding assignment of truth values to all propositional formulas with those variables (obtained through the recursive application of truth-valued functions corresponding to the logical connectives making up those formulas).
  3. Determined or estimated value or price on the market
An official order, edict, or decision, as of a church, government, court, etc.
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  1. An official order, edict, or decision, as of a church, government, court, etc.
  2. An authoritative order having the force of law.
  3. (Roman Catholic Church) A doctrinal or disciplinary act of an ecclesiastical authority.
The settling of a question or case by an authoritative decision or pronouncement, especially by a judicial body:
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  1. The settling of a question or case by an authoritative decision or pronouncement, especially by a judicial body:
  2. Firmness of purpose; resolve:
  3. A final ruling by a court or agency; the cessation of an interest in property or of a power granted by law. A final ruling by a court or agency; the cessation of an interest in property or of a power granted by law.
Any command or order
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  1. Any command or order
  2. An official public proclamation or order issued by authority; decree
  3. A decree or proclamation issued by an authority and having the force of law.
The act of pronouncing
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  1. The act of pronouncing
  2. An authoritative statement.
  3. A formal, often authoritative statement of a fact, opinion, or judgment
An official decision, esp. one made by a court or judge
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  1. An official decision, esp. one made by a court or judge
  2. The act of governing or controlling.
  3. An order or a decision on a point of law from someone in authority.
(Gram.) A word or a group of syntactically related words that states, asks, commands, or exclaims something; conventional unit of connected speech or writing, usually containing a subject and a predicate: in writing, a sentence begins with a capital letter and concludes with an end mark (period, question mark, etc.), and in speech a sentence begins following a silence and concludes with any of various final pitches and a terminal juncture
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  1. (Gram.) A word or a group of syntactically related words that states, asks, commands, or exclaims something; conventional unit of connected speech or writing, usually containing a subject and a predicate: in writing, a sentence begins with a capital letter and concludes with an end mark (period, question mark, etc.), and in speech a sentence begins following a silence and concludes with any of various final pitches and a terminal juncture
  2. A grammatical unit that is syntactically independent and has a subject that is expressed or, as in imperative sentences, understood and a predicate that contains at least one finite verb.
  3. The penalty imposed by a law court or other authority upon someone found guilty of a crime or other offense.
A kind of popular music in which rhymed verses are chanted or declaimed to the accompaniment of forceful and repetitive rhythms, played usually on drums or synthesizers
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  1. A kind of popular music in which rhymed verses are chanted or declaimed to the accompaniment of forceful and repetitive rhythms, played usually on drums or synthesizers
  2. A sentence to serve time in prison.
  3. (Slang) Blame or punishment, as a prison sentence
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