(Rare) An isthmus
The definition of a notch is a cut in the shape of a ""V"" or a step or degree of measurement.
An act of whirling.
An attempt; an effort:
(Figuratively) An attempt, a try (as in ""give it a fling"").
The definition of a walk is a period of movement on foot.
The essential meaning; the point:
(--- Informal) A condition of excitement or distress:
A condition or state of affairs; esp., now, an awkward, sad, or dangerous situation
Permit is defined as an official document that allows you to do or have something.
The process of changing from one condition or stage to another; transition:
A fencing maneuver in which the foil is thrust forward and one foot advanced at the same time.
The definition of a lunge is a forward movement with a weapon or bodily force.
A time of, or a state of affairs involving, great danger or trouble, often one which threatens to result in unpleasant consequences
A mode or state of being:
An action taken to achieve an objective; a maneuver:
The meaning expressed in such a statement, as opposed to the way it is expressed.
The definition of approach refers to the process of going towards something.
A right to enter onto land or property and use it, without any ownership rights being conferred.
A leave of absence; esp., a leave granted to military enlisted personnel for a specified period
Order is a state of peace or things being in the right place.
A printed card or piece of paper that gives a person a specified right, as to attend a theater, ride on a train, claim a purchase, etc.
A track or way worn by footsteps; trail
(Railways) The permanent way; the rails.
The definition of a gorge is the narrow valley in between steep hills or cliffs.
Exigency is defined as a condition of urgency.
(Slang) To die.
To come to an end; terminate; cease
To go out
(Intransitive) To pass away; to come to naught; to waste away; to decay and disappear.
(Informal) To desire something greatly:
To exceed in quantity, degree, amount, etc.
To spend is to use all of a resource, to focus your energy on something or to give someone money.
To stretch out or draw out to a certain point, or for a certain distance or time
To go rapidly; move swiftly
To be a top for
To go beyond the limits of; exceed
To go beyond the limits of; overstep; exceed
In a clear manner; so as to be clear
To draft or enact (a law).
To perform for an audience:
To give or pass with or as if with the hands; transmit:
To become ensnared or entrapped; to be worse off than before.
To become forfeit or void because of failure to pay the premium at the stipulated time
To cause to descend beneath the surface or to the bottom of a liquid:
To serve as a guide.
(Obsolete) To drift.
To disappear slowly; die out
To come to mind:
To come to pass:
To leave out or omit from consideration; reject:
(Bot.) To eliminate (waste matter) from the cells
To interfere with; thwart or obstruct:
To reach just in time; get so as to be carried by:
To go or pass suddenly from sight; disappear
To send or cause to go from one person or place to another, esp. across intervening space or distance; transfer; dispatch; convey
To pass over, across or through something
To come to an end; reach a stopping point:
To relay is defined as to pass along.
To recede is to diminish or to move back.
To advance or go on, esp. after stopping
(Intransitive, figuratively) To spread slowly or gradually; to slowly become noticed or realised.
To escape or disappear gradually
To let go
Intromit is defined as to allow or cause to enter.
The definition of intercept is to get in the middle of someone or something and his/its final destination and prevent the person or thing from getting to the final destination.
To cease to be seen; go out of sight
To go away from; leave:
(Informal) To cause (votes, a political delegation, etc.) to go to the support of a particular candidate or cause
To go or move forward or onward.
To grant to be real, valid, or true; acknowledge or concede:
To discharge or emit (a liquid or gas, for example) gradually.
To proclaim the presence or arrival of:
To fill is defined as to put as much as possible or to occupy.
To disregard deliberately; pay no attention to; refuse to consider
To admit of being transported:
To bring about; generate or effect:
To transfer oneself or be transferred; move
(Juggling) To throw and catch each object at least twice.
To move or go slowly or feebly
To move onward heavily, laboriously, or slowly; to advance with weary effort; to go on lingeringly.
To continue or persist:
To avoid; shun:
To come to pass; happen
To penalize, as for violating a moral principle or international law:
To ratify is to approve and give formal consent to something.
To make valid or binding by a formal or legal act; ratify.
(English Law) To make profit of; to convert to one's own profit;—said especially of waste or common land appropriated by the lord of the manor.
To make firm; to confirm, or ratify; especially (law) to assert or confirm, as a judgment, decree, or order, brought before an appelate court for review.
To vote to accept:
To assume a certain, often exaggerated body position; pose.
(Intransitive) Assume or maintain a pose; strike an attitude.
(Intransitive) To frolic or disport in disguise; to make a pretentious show of being what one is not.
To mimic the appearance, manner, etc. of (a person) for purposes of entertainment
To come to have gradually; acquire:
The definition of come is to move closer to the requester.
(Archaic) To happen (to); befall
To come to pass; happen; occur
To fall; come down
To move apart (the fingers, arms, legs, wings, etc.)
To communicate by speech or writing; express with words:
The definition of report is giving an account of something or repeating something you've heard.
To disclose is defined as to make something known or reveal something.
To give up (a habit).
To pass, move, or extend over, across, or through; cross
To arrive or finish before (another):
To go at a faster pace than; get ahead of
To prove greater or better than; surpass.
To get the better of; beat:
(Intransitive, dated) To move with light, quick steps; to walk or move lightly; to skip.
To pass or journey over or through; traverse:
To travel over or through.
To go away; depart.
To travel; go.
A portrait or representation of a person's head.
A government document issued to a citizen for travel abroad, subject to visa requirements, certifying identity and citizenship: it entitles the bearer to the protection of his or her own country and that of the countries visited
(Slang) Something given or gotten free of charge, as a complimentary theater ticket
Position or condition with regard to circumstances
A definite class, state or condition.
A way allowing passage, especially a corridor.
The act of permitting, especially in giving formal consent; authorization:
The right to enter or be accepted:
A place at which a river, railroad, or highway, for example, may be crossed:
A point in time, especially one requiring a decision to be made:
A closing or being closed
The exercise of this power
To omit to perform (an expected duty, for example):
To wander from or become ignorant of:
To take or consume habitually
To take revenge on, especially to kill in revenge for a wrong.
To take possession of.
Refuse is defined as to reject or to decide to not do something.
To refuse to acknowledge as one's own; disown; repudiate
To endure resignedly or patiently:
The end or conclusion:
(--- Psychology) An unconscious defense mechanism characterized by refusal to acknowledge painful realities, thoughts, or feelings.
The state of being rejected.
(Baseball) A throw by a pitcher to a batter
A road, way, or course for traveling; esp., a highway
To exist; live
To give or send out (matter or energy):
To state emphatically or authoritatively; affirm:
To omit to notice; to forbear to treat with attention or respect; to slight.
To enact is defined as to make into a law or to act out.
Succeed is defined as to accomplish a goal or to come next.
Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
The definition of a suggestion is a proposal made or an idea that has been put forth.
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