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One who holds to the doctrine of sensualism.
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  1. One who holds to the doctrine of sensualism.
  2. A person who believes in enjoying sensuality and the experience of pleasant sensations.
A lecherous person (almost always male).
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  1. A lecherous person (almost always male).
  2. A man given to lechery.
In ancient Rome, a person who had been freed from slavery
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  1. In ancient Rome, a person who had been freed from slavery
  2. One who acts without moral restraint; a dissolute person.
  3. A person, esp. a man, who leads an unrestrained, sexually immoral life; rake
A usually wealthy man who spends much of his time pursuing leisure and romance.
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  1. A usually wealthy man who spends much of his time pursuing leisure and romance.
  2. A man, esp. a man of means, who is given to pleasure-seeking, sexual promiscuity, etc.
A profligate person
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A person or thing that seduces; esp., a man who seduces a woman sexually
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  1. A person or thing that seduces; esp., a man who seduces a woman sexually
One who plays at courtship; a fickle lover; a flirt (usually applies only to men).
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  1. One who plays at courtship; a fickle lover; a flirt (usually applies only to men).
A man who seduces or attempts to seduce women as a matter of habit.
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  1. A man who seduces or attempts to seduce women as a matter of habit.
A man who is paid to be a dancing partner or escort for women
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  1. A man who is paid to be a dancing partner or escort for women
  2. A man who has a continuing sexual relationship with and receives financial support from a usually older woman.
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  1. A man who obsessively seduces women; a philanderer.
  2. A man who seduces or attempts to seduce women as a matter of habit.
  3. Any man who seduces women or has one love affair after another; libertine; philanderer; rake
  1. A promiscuous, philandering man.
  2. A man who seduces or attempts to seduce women as a matter of habit.
  3. A man considered romantic and gallant, especially one who gives amorous attentions to women.
(Chiefly Literary) A seducer of women
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  1. (Chiefly Literary) A seducer of women
  2. A man whose chief interest is seducing, usually women.
To call for and obtain payment of:
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  1. To call for and obtain payment of:
  2. To call for (someone); pick up:
  3. To come together in a group or mass; gather:
To strike out or cancel (a word, for example) by or as if by drawing lines through.
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  1. To strike out or cancel (a word, for example) by or as if by drawing lines through.
  2. To use the nails or claws to dig, scrape, or wound.
  3. To mark, break, or cut the surface of slightly with something pointed or sharp
To pick up or collect (molten glass) using a tool in glass blowing.
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  1. To pick up or collect (molten glass) using a tool in glass blowing.
  2. To put (the pages or signatures of a book) in proper order for binding
  3. To gain by a process of gradual increase:
To rub (a surface) with considerable pressure, as with an edged instrument or a hard object.
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  1. To rub (a surface) with considerable pressure, as with an edged instrument or a hard object.
  2. To remove (an outer layer, for example) from a surface by forceful strokes of an edged or rough instrument:
  3. To abrade or smooth by rubbing with a sharp or rough instrument.
(Idiomatic) To collect, assemble or gather small amounts (especially of money), from various sources, with some difficulty
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  1. (Idiomatic) To collect, assemble or gather small amounts (especially of money), from various sources, with some difficulty
To make an area or a thing clean; to pick up a mess; to tidy.
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  1. To make an area or a thing clean; to pick up a mess; to tidy.
  2. (Intransitive, idiomatic, colloquial) To become clean, handsome, smart in appearance, e.g. for a special occasion, especially when it is out of character to be seen as such.
  3. (Intransitive, idiomatic) To make a large profit; to win by a large margin, or to win a large amount, especially in gambling. Also clean house.
To make long, narrow, shallow trenches in; plow.
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  1. To make long, narrow, shallow trenches in; plow.
  2. To become furrowed or wrinkled.
  3. To form grooves or deep wrinkles in.
To straighten and separate (wool or other fibers) using a comb.
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  1. To straighten and separate (wool or other fibers) using a comb.
  2. To search thoroughly; look through:
  3. To move through or pass across with a raking action:
To remove as useless, harmful, etc.
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  1. To remove as useless, harmful, etc.
  2. To remove (weeds). Often used with out:
  3. To clear of weeds:
(Informal) All the way; completely:
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  1. (Informal) All the way; completely:
  2. To become clear:
  3. To remove the occupants of:
To determine the quality of (academic work, for example); evaluate:
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  1. To determine the quality of (academic work, for example); evaluate:
  2. To arrange or classify by grades; rate according to quality, rank, worth, etc.; sort
  3. To level or slope (ground, a road, etc.) evenly
So as to be level; so as to be flat, even, in line, etc.
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  1. So as to be level; so as to be flat, even, in line, etc.
  2. To bring persons or things to an equal level; equalize.
  3. (Informal) To be frank and open:
To cause to appear less harsh or severe than is the case:
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  1. To cause to appear less harsh or severe than is the case:
  2. To become smooth.
  3. To make (something) even, level, or unwrinkled:
To attack with gunfire; esp., to attack (ground positions, troops, etc.) with machine-gun fire from low-flying aircraft
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  1. To attack with gunfire; esp., to attack (ground positions, troops, etc.) with machine-gun fire from low-flying aircraft
To fire at or kill with a machine gun.
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  1. To fire at or kill with a machine gun.
To break out in or as if in blisters.
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  1. To break out in or as if in blisters.
  2. To lash with words
  3. To cause a blister to form on.
In ancient Rome, a person who had been freed from slavery
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  1. In ancient Rome, a person who had been freed from slavery
  2. One who acts without moral restraint; a dissolute person.
  3. A person, esp. a man, who leads an unrestrained, sexually immoral life; rake
A profligate person
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One, especially a woman, who is licentious or promiscuous.
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  1. One, especially a woman, who is licentious or promiscuous.
  2. A wanton person or thing; esp., a sexually loose or unrestrained woman
To take an oblique direction or course; swing around, as a ship.
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  1. To take an oblique direction or course; swing around, as a ship.
  2. To lean to one side; slant.
  3. To use cant; speak in cant
(Golf) To hit (a ball) with the heel of the club
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  1. (Golf) To hit (a ball) with the heel of the club
  2. To lean or tilt to one side, as a ship or boat in a high wind
  3. To follow at one's heels:
To bend or bow the body or head
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  1. To bend or bow the body or head
  2. To dispose (someone) to have a certain preference or opinion or to take a course of action:
  3. To deviate from a horizontal or vertical position, course, etc.; lean; slope; slant
To have a particular mental inclination; tend (toward or to a certain opinion, attitude, etc.)
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  1. To have a particular mental inclination; tend (toward or to a certain opinion, attitude, etc.)
  2. To cause to incline:
  3. To rely for assistance or support:
To enter (a name, item, etc.) in a list, directory, catalog, etc.
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  1. To enter (a name, item, etc.) in a list, directory, catalog, etc.
  2. To enter in a list; register:
  3. To cover, line, or edge with list.
To present so as to conform to a particular bias or appeal to a certain audience:
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  1. To present so as to conform to a particular bias or appeal to a certain audience:
  2. To have or go in a direction other than perpendicular or horizontal; slope.
  3. To incline or turn from a direct line or course, esp. one that is perpendicular or level; slope
To have an upward or downward inclination; take an oblique direction; incline; slant
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  1. To have an upward or downward inclination; take an oblique direction; incline; slant
  2. To move or walk:
  3. (Chiefly Brit., Informal) To go or move (off, away, etc.), esp. in a leisurely or furtive way
To have, or come to have, a bias or inclination in favor of a particular opinion or side in a dispute
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  1. To have, or come to have, a bias or inclination in favor of a particular opinion or side in a dispute
  2. To cause to slope, as by raising one end; incline:
  3. To slope; incline; slant; tip
To remove the tip of:
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  1. To remove the tip of:
  2. (Informal) To give secret information to in an attempt to be helpful
  3. To dye the ends of (hair or fur) in order to blend or improve appearance.
The tilt, turn, or slant thus caused
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  1. The tilt, turn, or slant thus caused
  2. The special vocabulary of a profession, discipline, or social group; jargon.
  3. The special words and phrases used by those in a certain sect, occupation, etc.; jargon
A grouping of organisms done purely on the basis of shared features and without regard to evolutionary relationships. Grades may include organisms that do not share a common ancestor, or may exclude some organisms having the same common ancestor as the other organisms in the grade. For this reason, many taxonomists do not accept grades as formal classifications. The class Reptilia (reptiles) is a grade since it includes dinosaurs but not birds, even though birds are descended from dinosaurs.
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  1. A grouping of organisms done purely on the basis of shared features and without regard to evolutionary relationships. Grades may include organisms that do not share a common ancestor, or may exclude some organisms having the same common ancestor as the other organisms in the grade. For this reason, many taxonomists do not accept grades as formal classifications. The class Reptilia (reptiles) is a grade since it includes dinosaurs but not birds, even though birds are descended from dinosaurs.
  2. Any of the divisions in a school curriculum usually equal to one year; most systems in the U.S. include twelve grades after the kindergarten
  3. A slope or gradual inclination, especially of a road or railroad track:
A operator on scalar fields yielding a vector function, where the value of the vector evaluated at any point indicates the direction and degree of change of the field at that point.
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  1. A operator on scalar fields yielding a vector function, where the value of the vector evaluated at any point indicates the direction and degree of change of the field at that point.
  2. The degree to which something inclines; a slope. A mountain road with a gradient of ten percent rises one foot for every ten feet of horizontal length.
  3. (Physics) The rate at which a physical quantity, such as temperature or pressure, changes in response to changes in a given variable, especially distance.
(Botany) The basal end of a plant cutting or tuber used in propagation.
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  1. (Botany) The basal end of a plant cutting or tuber used in propagation.
  2. A tilt, as of a boat, to one side.
  3. The built-up portion of a shoe or boot, supporting the heel.
The difference in direction of two lines, planes, or surfaces as measured by the angle between them; specif., a property of a line in a plane, being the angle measured from the positive portion of the x-axis to the line in question
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  1. The difference in direction of two lines, planes, or surfaces as measured by the angle between them; specif., a property of a line in a plane, being the angle measured from the positive portion of the x-axis to the line in question
  2. Any action, practice, or thing, toward which one is inclined
  3. A characteristic disposition or tendency to act in a certain way; a propensity:
An inclined surface; a slope or gradient:
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  1. An inclined surface; a slope or gradient:
  2. An inclined plane or surface; slope; grade; slant
A tilt or an inclination away from the vertical.
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  1. A tilt or an inclination away from the vertical.
  2. The act or condition of leaning; inclination; slant
  3. Meat containing little or no fat
A considerable number; a long series:
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  1. A considerable number; a long series:
  2. A series of names, words, or other items written, printed, or imagined one after the other:
  3. List price
A personal point of view or opinion:
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  1. A personal point of view or opinion:
  2. (Informal) A quick, oblique look; glance
  3. A line, plane, course, or direction that is other than perpendicular or horizontal; a slope.
A piece of ground that is not flat or level; rising or falling ground; specif., a portion of the side of a hill or mountain
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  1. A piece of ground that is not flat or level; rising or falling ground; specif., a portion of the side of a hill or mountain
  2. (Mathematics) The rate at which an ordinate of a point of a line on a coordinate plane changes with respect to a change in the abscissa.
  3. (Math.) The trigonometric tangent of the positive angle formed between a given straight line and the x-axis of a pair of Cartesian coordinates
The condition or angle of being tilted; slope or slant
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  1. The condition or angle of being tilted; slope or slant
  2. A tendency to favor one side in a dispute:
  3. An inclination from the horizontal or vertical; a slant:
A helpful hint:
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  1. A helpful hint:
  2. A piece of private or secret information, especially imparted by someone with expert knowledge about sporting odds, business performance etc. [From mid-19th c.]
  3. A piece of secret information given confidentially in an attempt to be helpful
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