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A state of matter, such as liquid or gas, in which the component particles (generally molecules) can move past one another. Fluids flow easily and conform to the shape of their containers.
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  1. A state of matter, such as liquid or gas, in which the component particles (generally molecules) can move past one another. Fluids flow easily and conform to the shape of their containers.
  2. A liquid in the body
  3. Any substance that can flow; a gas or, esp., a liquid
A process in which a gland, tissue, etc. produces a biochemical and releases it into the organism for special use by the organism or for excretion
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  1. A process in which a gland, tissue, etc. produces a biochemical and releases it into the organism for special use by the organism or for excretion
  2. The process of secreting a substance, especially one that is not a waste, from the blood or cells:
  3. A substance, such as saliva, mucus, tears, bile, or a hormone, that is secreted.
(Philos.) The inward nature of anything, underlying its manifestations; true substance
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  1. (Philos.) The inward nature of anything, underlying its manifestations; true substance
  2. A substance that keeps, in concentrated form, the flavor, fragrance, or other properties of the plant, drug, food, etc. from which it is extracted; essential oil
  3. An extract that has the fundamental properties of a substance in concentrated form.
A vital element or animating influence
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  1. A vital element or animating influence
  2. (Figuratively) That which is required for continued existence or function.
  3. Blood regarded as essential for life.
Density; body:
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  1. Density; body:
  2. Matter of a particular kind or chemical composition
  3. Material possessions; goods; wealth:
A stupid, slow-witted person; blockhead
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  1. A stupid, slow-witted person; blockhead
(Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
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  1. (Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
  2. A person who is easily tricked or cheated; a dupe.
  3. Any of various shorebirds of a worldwide family (Laridae), with large wings, slender legs, webbed feet, a strong, hooked bill, and feathers of chiefly white and gray
A person who is stupid or easily deceived; fool
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  1. A person who is stupid or easily deceived; fool
  2. A person who is felt to be deficient in judgment, good sense, or intelligence; a fool.
  3. (Pejorative) A simple person lacking common sense.
To make or become weak or weaker.
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  1. To make or become weak or weaker.
  2. (Intransitive) To become weaker.
To weaken by wearing away a base or foundation:
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  1. To weaken by wearing away a base or foundation:
  2. To dig beneath; excavate ground from under, so as to form a tunnel or mine
  3. To injure, weaken, or impair, esp. by subtle, stealthy, or insidious means
To let out the contents of (a container); cause or allow to escape:
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  1. To let out the contents of (a container); cause or allow to escape:
  2. To escape or pass out:
  3. To discuss or treat completely; cover thoroughly:
To overthrow or destroy (a government or an established order or authority).
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  1. To overthrow or destroy (a government or an established order or authority).
  2. To undermine, overturn, or render ineffective (a rule or an established notion, such as a stereotype, for example).
  3. To undermine, mislead, or betray:
A unit of volume equal to two hogsheads, usually the equivalent of 126 US gallons (about 477 liters).
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  1. A unit of volume equal to two hogsheads, usually the equivalent of 126 US gallons (about 477 liters).
  2. One that serves as an object of ridicule or contempt:
  3. A mound of earth, bales of straw, etc. behind a target, for receiving fired rounds or shot arrows
A person who has been deceived.
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  1. A person who has been deceived.
  2. (Restaurant industry) A duplicate of an order receipt printed for kitchen staff.
  3. A person who is easily deceived or is used to carry out the designs of another.
A man formerly kept in the household of a nobleman or king to entertain by joking and clowning; professional jester
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  1. A man formerly kept in the household of a nobleman or king to entertain by joking and clowning; professional jester
  2. A person with little or no judgment, common sense, wisdom, etc.; silly or stupid person; simpleton
  3. A victim of a joke or trick; dupe
(Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
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  1. (Soccer) A player, supporter or other person connected with Torquay United Football Club.
  2. A person who is easily tricked or cheated; a dupe.
  3. 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.
The flesh of a young sheep, used as food
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  1. The flesh of a young sheep, used as food
  2. A young sheep, especially one that is not yet weaned.
  3. A gentle or innocent person, particularly a child
One that is easily defeated or taken advantage of.
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  1. One that is easily defeated or taken advantage of.
  2. Someone who lets himself be picked or bullied on without defending or stand up for him/herself.
  3. A person, group, etc. easily persuaded, defeated, etc.
A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of:
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  1. A person who is tricked, swindled, or taken advantage of:
  2. One who is harmed or killed by another, especially by someone committing a criminal or unlawful act:
  3. A person or animal killed as a sacrifice to a god in a religious rite
A person highly susceptible to the attractions of something specified
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  1. A person highly susceptible to the attractions of something specified
  2. One that is indiscriminately attracted to something specified:
  3. A person. Used as a generalized term of reference, often as an intensive:
A gullible victim; a dupe.
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  1. A gullible victim; a dupe.
  2. One who is gullible and easily duped
  3. (Slang) A person made to or left to face the consequences, as of a scheme that has miscarried
A metal pivot or journal at the end of a shaft or an axle, around which a wheel or other device turns.
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  1. A metal pivot or journal at the end of a shaft or an axle, around which a wheel or other device turns.
  2. (Slang) One who is easily duped.
  3. A small freshwater cyprinid fish (Gobio gobio), often used for bait.
A number, letter, or symbol used to indicate various grades of academic achievement:
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  1. A number, letter, or symbol used to indicate various grades of academic achievement:
  2. A point reached or gained:
  3. A Plimsoll mark.
Any of several families of Old and New World primates usually having a flat, hairless face and a long tail
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  1. Any of several families of Old and New World primates usually having a flat, hairless face and a long tail
  2. A nonhuman ape. Not in scientific use.
  3. One who behaves in a way suggestive of a monkey, as a mischievous child or a mimic.
A person easily taken advantage of, cheated, blamed, or ridiculed.
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  1. A person easily taken advantage of, cheated, blamed, or ridiculed.
  2. A diminutive of the male given name Patrick.
  3. (Slang) A person easily imposed upon or victimized
(Slang) A person easily deceived or gulled; dupe
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  1. (Slang) A person easily deceived or gulled; dupe
  2. An object of special concern; an affair or matter.
  3. Any of a family (Columbidae, order Columbiformes) of birds with a small head, plump body, long, pointed wings, and short legs
As much as a mug will hold
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  1. As much as a mug will hold
  2. A rough, ugly person; ruffian, thug, etc.
  3. A heavy cylindrical drinking cup usually having a handle.
To reduce in force, value, amount, or degree; weaken:
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  1. To reduce in force, value, amount, or degree; weaken:
  2. (Electronics) To reduce (the amplitude of an electrical signal) with little or no distortion.
  3. To become thin, weak, etc.
To make weak or feeble; enervate
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  1. To make weak or feeble; enervate
  2. To sap the strength or energy of; enervate.
To make listless or ineffective; lower the vitality of; weaken
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  1. To make listless or ineffective; lower the vitality of; weaken
  2. To diminish or destroy the strength or vitality of.
To remove a nerve or part of a nerve.
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  1. To remove a nerve or part of a nerve.
  2. To weaken or destroy the strength or vitality of:
  3. To deprive of strength, force, vigor, etc.; weaken physically, mentally, or morally; devitalize; debilitate
To deprive of strength; make feeble.
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  1. To deprive of strength; make feeble.
To dig beneath; excavate ground from under, so as to form a tunnel or mine
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  1. To dig beneath; excavate ground from under, so as to form a tunnel or mine
  2. To wear away and weaken the supports of
  3. To injure, weaken, or impair, esp. by subtle, stealthy, or insidious means
To cause the ruin or downfall of; destroy.
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  1. To cause the ruin or downfall of; destroy.
  2. (Obs.) To interpret; explain
  3. To untie, disassemble, or loosen:
To make feel weak, nervous, etc.
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  1. To make feel weak, nervous, etc.
  2. To deprive of nerve, force, or strength; to weaken; to enfeeble.
  3. To cause to lose courage or firmness of purpose:
To make or become weak or weaker.
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  1. To make or become weak or weaker.
  2. (Intransitive) To become weaker.
To consume or reduce to a very low amount; use up:
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  1. To consume or reduce to a very low amount; use up:
  2. To use up gradually the resources, strength, etc. of
  3. To remove the contents or important elements of; empty out or exhaust:
To become empty by the drawing off of liquid:
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  1. To become empty by the drawing off of liquid:
  2. To flow off gradually
  3. To flow off or out:
To discuss or treat completely; cover thoroughly:
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  1. To discuss or treat completely; cover thoroughly:
  2. To let out the contents of (a container); cause or allow to escape:
  3. To escape or pass out:
To make poor; reduce to poverty
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  1. To make poor; reduce to poverty
  2. To deprive of strength, resources, etc.
  3. To deprive of richness or strength:
(Of time or space) to take or occupy
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  1. (Of time or space) to take or occupy
  2. (Of a resource) to consume, deplete or exhaust
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