Mounted synonyms

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Backed
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Solid, rigid (material state)
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Of a woman's skirt, stretched out and baggy over the wearer's buttocks from much sitting while wearing the skirt
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That rides
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On horseback
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On horseback
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On horseback
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On horseback
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At stake in gambling
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Fixed in one's opinion.
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(Botany, mycology) Broadly joined to a stem or stipe, but not decurrent.
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Backed
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Backed
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Backed
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On horseback
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Pertaining to a horseman who has gotten off his horse, or to something which has been removed from its usual mounting, as with a statue off its pedestal, a framed picture from a wall, or a chandelier hanging from a ceiling.
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To be astride something, to stand over or sit on with legs on either side, especially to sit on a horse.
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To move upward on or mount, especially by using the hands and feet or the feet alone; ascend:
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To keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot:
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To move upwards.
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To grow gradually larger, more numerous, etc.; increase in strength, intensity, volume, etc.
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To place a bet in poker before the cards are dealt that is twice the amount of the big blind when one is immediately to the left of the big blind.
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To arrange and carry out:
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To rise in steps or stages.
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Prepare is defined as to make ready, put together or provide with what is needed.
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To determine the position of; locate.
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To increase the contrast of (a photographic image).
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Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
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Hill is defined as to form or cover with a small mound or pile.
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To increase in amount or degree; intensify:
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To prearrange (a contest) so as to ensure a desired fraudulent outcome; fix:
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To grow or increase rapidly, often to the point of becoming unmanageable, as prices or wages
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To rise; to ascend; to tower; to soar.
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The definition of ascend is defined as to move upward.
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To rise in price or cost; increase
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To influence the outcome or actions of (something) by improper or unlawful means:
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To climb with difficulty, especially on all fours; scramble.
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Arise means to awake or stand up.
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To rise in revolt
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To increase in number, amount, extent, or degree; specif., to increase by procreation
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To increase or have the power to increase the size or volume of an image or a sound.
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To become larger; increase in size, extent, etc.; expand
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(Electronics) To increase the strength of (an electrical signal) by means of an amplifier
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(Electricity) To increase the voltage of (a circuit).
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(Intransitive) To increase or become great.
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To increase in amount, force, etc.; grow or intensify
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To increase the extent, number, volume or scope of (something).
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(Intransitive) To increase in extent.
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To increase or improve suddenly above the normal or usual level:
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To increase in volume or loudness
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To rise; ascend.
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To keep partially engaged by slightly depressing a pedal with the foot:
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To move upwards.
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To increase in amount or degree; intensify:
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Arise means to awake or stand up.
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To rise in revolt
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To increase in volume or loudness
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To fall in drops
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To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
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To fall, sink, or collapse, esp. suddenly or heavily
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To bend downward; to bring down; to depress; to cause to bend, or fall.
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To sink or fall to the bottom; to settle, as lees.
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To become or cause to become less or smaller, as in number, amount, or intensity.
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(Intransitive, music) To fall in pitch; to pass from a higher to a lower tone.
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To come down after flight; descend and settle
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To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
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To connect or set in position and prepare for use:
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In the process of being carried out; astir:
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