Monkey synonyms

mŭng'kē
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Any of a family (Lemuridae) of prosimian primates with large eyes, a long tail, a pointed muzzle, and soft, woolly fur: they are mostly tree-dwelling and nocturnal, and are found only in Madagascar and the Comoro Islands
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A primate belonging to the family Pongidae, which includes the chimpanzee, bonobo, gorilla, and orangutan. Orangutans are arboreal whereas the other three species are terrestrial or semiarboreal. Anthropoid apes move in trees mainly by arm-swinging and on the ground by quadrupedal walking in which the upper body weight is borne on the knuckles.
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The definition of a primate is the highest-ranking bishop of a province, or a mammal that normally has hands, hand-like feet and that may be a tree-dweller.
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(Intransitive) to engage in adultery; to play around
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To look or inquire closely, curiously, or impertinently:
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The definition of an animal is a member of the kingdom Animalia, and is typically characterized by a multicellular body, specialized sense organs, voluntary movement, responses to factors in the environment and the ability to acquire and digest food.
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(UK, colloquial) A suction cup.
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To engage in idle or frivolous activity.
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To intrude into other people's affairs or business; interfere.
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To fiddle is defined as to play a violin, or to spend time doing something without a goal in mind.
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To work as a tinker
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To touch is to use your hand to feel, move, operate or otherwise encounter something.
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Alternative spelling of scalawag.
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To move while making such a sound.
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do random, unplanned work or activities or spend time idly
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To muck about.
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To alter improperly.
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Resembling or characteristic of apes or monkeys.
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Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
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Any of certain highly developed primates, esp. the chimpanzee, gorilla, orangutan, and gibbon: in some classification systems, any of a suborder (Anthropoidea) of primates
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A mimic or imitator.
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To stop bothering.
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(Slang) The whole buttocks and pelvic region that includes one's private parts.
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The definition of a dupe is a person who has been tricked or fooled.
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Any of various chiefly coastal seabirds of the family Laridae, having long wings, webbed feet, a thick, slightly hooked beak, and usually gray and white plumage.
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A sweet, mild-mannered person; a dear.
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One that is easily defeated or taken advantage of.
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A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of:
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One who is gullible and easily duped
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(Slang) One who is easily duped.
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A written or printed symbol used for punctuation; a punctuation mark.
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(Slang) A person easily imposed upon or victimized
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One of several birds of the family Columbidae, which consists of more than 300 species.
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(Countable, US, slang) A short wooden club; a leather-covered hand weapon; a blackjack.
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To cause or make a mess.
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To fidget is defined as to make small movements, often because you are restless, nervous or uncomfortable.
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To put (a player) at a position in a sport or in a game:
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Toy means to play with or tease.
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(Intransitive) To deal with something as if it were of little importance or worth.
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To toy or trifle with some object
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Method or manner of doing; way:
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(Intransitive) To provide assistance.
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Fairfax
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A mischievous fellow; rascal
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One that is playfully mischievous.
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(Pejorative, archaic) A rascal.
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(Idiomatic) To joke, kid, or play.
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(UK) To act in a vague or unmotivated way.
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(Idiomatic) To act foolishly.
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(UK, slang) A stupid or contemptible person.
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