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Not safe, firm, or solid; insecure
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  1. Not safe, firm, or solid; insecure
  2. Not true or logically valid; fallacious:
  3. In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
Divisible by 2 with a remainder of 1, such as 17 or −103.
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  1. Divisible by 2 with a remainder of 1, such as 17 or −103.
Low in spirits; depressed:
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  1. Low in spirits; depressed:
  2. Sophisticated, stylish, etc.; cool; hip
  3. Not permitted to advance further in the play because forward progress has stopped, especially by being tackled. Used of a ball carrier.
Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
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  1. Not bright, vivid, or shiny:
  2. Not clear or resonant:
  3. Physically slow; slow-moving; sluggish
Not tense or taut; loose:
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  1. Not tense or taut; loose:
  2. Loose; relaxed; not tight, taut, or firm
  3. Slow; idle; sluggish
Not moving or able to move quickly; proceeding at a low speed:
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  1. Not moving or able to move quickly; proceeding at a low speed:
  2. Allowing movement or action only at a low speed:
  3. Marked by a retarded tempo:
Not active; slow or slow-moving; dull
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  1. Not active; slow or slow-moving; dull
  2. Displaying little movement or activity; slow; inactive:
  3. Slow to perform or respond to stimulation.
Easily molded, cut, or worked:
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  1. Easily molded, cut, or worked:
  2. Not stern; lenient:
  3. Voiced and weakly articulated:
Containing or derived from error; mistaken:
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  1. Containing or derived from error; mistaken:
  2. Containing or based on error; mistaken; wrong
Containing a fallacy; erroneous
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  1. Containing a fallacy; erroneous
  2. Deceptive or misleading.
  3. Characterized by fallacy; false or mistaken.
Not genuine or real:
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  1. Not genuine or real:
  2. Based on wrong or mistaken ideas
  3. Contrary to fact or truth:
  1. Mistaken or incorrect; not accurate.
  2. Not accurate; not correct; not exact; in error
Not correct
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  1. Not correct
  2. Not correct; erroneous or wrong:
  3. Untrue; inaccurate; wrong; faulty
(With a copula verb, often with about) Having an incorrect belief.
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  1. (With a copula verb, often with about) Having an incorrect belief.
  2. Wrong or incorrect in opinion, understanding, or perception.
  3. Wrong; having an incorrect understanding, perception, etc.
Not based on truth or valid reasoning; not accurate, reliable, sensible, etc.
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  1. Not based on truth or valid reasoning; not accurate, reliable, sensible, etc.
  2. In horse management an unsound horse is one suffering ill-health that affects its suitability for its intended work.
  3. Not true or logically valid; fallacious:
Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
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  1. Deviating from a standard; not straight, even, level, or exact.
  2. Contrary to fact or truth; false or incorrect
  3. False; not true.
Not functioning properly; amiss:
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  1. Not functioning properly; amiss:
  2. Not in conformity with fact or truth; incorrect or erroneous:
  3. Contrary to conscience, morality, or law:
(Archaic) Having or caused by a mental disorder
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  1. (Archaic) Having or caused by a mental disorder
Intensely involved or preoccupied:
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  1. Intensely involved or preoccupied:
  2. Out of control.
  3. In love; experiencing romantic feelings.
Foolish; stupid.
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  1. Foolish; stupid.
  2. Insane; crazy
  3. Crazy; deranged.
  1. Insane or mentally ill.
  2. Mentally deranged; insane; mad
  3. (Informal) Crazy or foolish.
Physically or mentally ill.
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  1. Physically or mentally ill.
  2. Put out of order; jumbled
  3. Chaotic; without clear order; in a state of disorder.
Driven mad; crazed
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  1. Driven mad; crazed
  2. Extremely troubled; mentally confused; distracted; harassed
  3. Deeply hurt, saddened, or worried; distressed.
Amusingly eccentric or unconventional.
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  1. Amusingly eccentric or unconventional.
  2. Mentally unbalanced; crazy.
  3. (Informal) Feebleminded or crazy
Intended for use by such persons:
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  1. Intended for use by such persons:
  2. Not sane; mentally ill or deranged; demented; mad
  3. Characteristic of or associated with persons who are mentally deranged:
Of or for people who are mentally deranged.
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  1. Of or for people who are mentally deranged.
  2. Of or for insane persons
  3. Suffering from lunacy; insane
Angry; resentful:
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  1. Angry; resentful:
  2. Angry or provoked
  3. (Slang) Excellent; wonderful:
Of, having, or showing mania; maniacal
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  1. Of, having, or showing mania; maniacal
Wildly irresponsible:
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  1. Wildly irresponsible:
  2. Of, having, or showing mania; wildly insane; raving
  3. Like a maniac; insane; frenzied.
Having a mental illness.
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  1. Having a mental illness.
  2. Having a psychological disorder.
Dazed or distracted with romantic sentiment.
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  1. Dazed or distracted with romantic sentiment.
  2. Affected mentally in some way, supposedly by the influence of the moon
  3. Mentally deranged; crazy.
Slightly mentally deficient; touched in the head.
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  1. Slightly mentally deficient; touched in the head.
  2. Emotionally moved (by), made to feel emotion (by).
  3. Emotionally affected; moved:
Not treating all sides with due importance:
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  1. Not treating all sides with due importance:
  2. Not in balance or in proper balance.
  3. Showing or marked by erratic or volatile emotions or behavior.
Not in conformity with fact or truth; incorrect or erroneous:
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  1. Not in conformity with fact or truth; incorrect or erroneous:
  2. Not fitting or suitable; inappropriate or improper:
  3. Contrary to conscience, morality, or law:
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  1. (Informal) irrational, crazy
  2. (Slang) Crazy, enraged, etc.
  3. Crazy:
Having a harsh or dissonant tone:
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  1. Having a harsh or dissonant tone:
  2. Broken or fractured, usually without complete separation of parts; having a crack or cracks
  3. (Informal) Mentally deranged; crazy.
Frolicsome in a giddy way
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  1. Frolicsome in a giddy way
  2. A little crazy
  3. Crazy; foolish; silly
Carried away as by love or enthusiasm
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  1. Carried away as by love or enthusiasm
  2. Mentally confused; crazy
  3. Silly; crazy.
(Of a person) insane
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  1. (Of a person) insane
  2. Mentally deranged; crazy.
  3. Crazy; demented
Out of one's mind; crazy:
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  1. Out of one's mind; crazy:
  2. Wildly enthusiastic, excited, etc.
  3. Crazy or eccentric
Mentally deranged; crazy.
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  1. Mentally deranged; crazy.
  2. (Slang) Crazy or eccentric
(Computers) Having many software bugs:
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  1. (Computers) Having many software bugs:
  2. (Slang) Mentally ill; insane
  3. (Slang) Crazy.
Lacking in sense; foolish or crazy.
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  1. Lacking in sense; foolish or crazy.
  2. (Slang) Crazy; foolish; silly
Rich or mellow in tone, esp. excessively so
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  1. Rich or mellow in tone, esp. excessively so
  2. Like fruit in taste or smell
  3. (Slang) Crazy; eccentric.
(Western US) intoxicated by eating locoweed
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  1. (Western US) intoxicated by eating locoweed
  2. Mentally deranged; crazy.
  3. (Slang) Crazy; demented
Extremely enthusiastic:
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  1. Extremely enthusiastic:
  2. Crazy or foolish.
(Slang) Enthusiastic, often to excess
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  1. (Slang) Enthusiastic, often to excess
  2. Having a flavor like that of nuts:
  3. Odd, foolish, crazy, etc.
Ludicrously odd, unlikely, or inappropriate.
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  1. Ludicrously odd, unlikely, or inappropriate.
  2. Mentally unbalanced; crazy
  3. Eccentric or crazy.
(Slang) Erratic, eccentric, or irrational; zany
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  1. (Slang) Erratic, eccentric, or irrational; zany
  2. Eccentric or irrational:
  3. Crazy; silly:
(Chiefly Brit., Slang) Crazy; insane
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  1. (Chiefly Brit., Slang) Crazy; insane
Mentally incompetent. Mentally incompetent.
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  1. Mentally incompetent. Mentally incompetent.
  2. Not of sound mind and hence not legally competent.
To break up or spoil completely; ruin
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  1. To break up or spoil completely; ruin
  2. To put to death; kill:
  3. To kill
(Sports) To score a goal as the last maneuver in a play:
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  1. (Sports) To score a goal as the last maneuver in a play:
  2. To give (wood, for example) a desired or particular surface texture.
  3. To destroy; kill:
To thwart passage of; veto:
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  1. To thwart passage of; veto:
  2. To destroy a vitally essential quality in:
  3. To spend (time) on matters of little or no importance
To settle the affairs of (a business firm, for example) by determining the liabilities and applying the assets to their discharge.
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  1. To settle the affairs of (a business firm, for example) by determining the liabilities and applying the assets to their discharge.
  2. To set, by contract or stipulation, a fixed amount for damages resulting from a particular harm.
  3. To dispose of or get rid of, as by killing
To kill (another human) in an act of murder.
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  1. To kill (another human) in an act of murder.
  2. To kill (a person) unlawfully and with malice
  3. To kill inhumanly or barbarously, as in warfare
(Obs.) To strike or hit
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  1. (Obs.) To strike or hit
  2. (Slang) To overwhelm, as with laughter or love:
  3. To kill violently.
(Baseball) To take a large lead in a game.
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  1. (Baseball) To take a large lead in a game.
  2. To place out of the way, clean up.
  3. (Colloquial) To consume (food or drink), especially in large quantities.
To pass without being put to use:
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  1. To pass without being put to use:
  2. To fail to take advantage of or use for profit; lose:
  3. (--- Slang) To kill; murder.
In science fiction and fantasy, to transport (a person or thing) into another place or time instantaneously, as with an energy beam.
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  1. In science fiction and fantasy, to transport (a person or thing) into another place or time instantaneously, as with an energy beam.
  2. To use a TV remote control, as to change channels or to skip ahead on a tape, disc, etc.
  3. To destroy or kill:
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