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To make content; satisfy
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  1. To make content; satisfy
  2. To make content or satisfied:
To be or become cheerful; feel encouraged
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  1. To be or become cheerful; feel encouraged
  2. To make happier or more cheerful:
  3. To fill with joy, good spirits, and hope; gladden; comfort
To attract and hold the interest of, as by beauty or wit.
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  1. To attract and hold the interest of, as by beauty or wit.
  2. (Obs.) To take or hold captive
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To make (something burdensome or painful) less intense or severe:
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  1. To make (something burdensome or painful) less intense or severe:
  2. To satisfy or slake (thirst, appetite, etc.)
  3. To satisfy or appease (hunger or thirst, for example).
(Law) To help; aid
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  1. (Law) To help; aid
  2. To soothe in distress or sorrow; ease the misery or grief of; bring consolation or hope to
  3. To give a sense of ease to
To raise the spirits of; make very proud, happy, or joyful
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  1. To raise the spirits of; make very proud, happy, or joyful
  2. To fill with great joy or happiness; delight:
(Dated) To act as a friend to, to assist.
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  1. (Dated) To act as a friend to, to assist.
  2. To become a friend of, to make friends with.
  3. To act as a friend to; help
To have the will or desire; wish:
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  1. To have the will or desire; wish:
  2. Used to make a polite request.
  3. To give satisfaction or pleasure; be agreeable:
To feel joyful; be delighted:
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  1. To feel joyful; be delighted:
  2. (Archaic) To fill with joy; gladden.
  3. To feel joyful about (something):
To take great pleasure or joy:
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  1. To take great pleasure or joy:
  2. To please greatly:
  3. To give great pleasure or joy:
To make cheerful, merry, or lively
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  1. To make cheerful, merry, or lively
  2. To invigorate; stimulate:
  3. To cause to feel happily refreshed and energetic; elate:
To keep pleasantly or enjoyably occupied or interested; entertain
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  1. To keep pleasantly or enjoyably occupied or interested; entertain
  2. To cause to laugh or smile by being funny:
  3. To hold the attention of or occupy in an agreeable fashion:
To hold the attention of (someone) with something amusing or diverting.
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  1. To hold the attention of (someone) with something amusing or diverting.
  2. To allow oneself to think about; have in mind; consider
  3. To give hospitality to guests
To try to please, or ingratiate oneself with, by praise and attention
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  1. To try to please, or ingratiate oneself with, by praise and attention
  2. To compliment excessively and often insincerely, especially in order to win favor.
  3. To use flattery
(Intransitive) To enjoy oneself in a jolly and festive manner.
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  1. (Intransitive) To enjoy oneself in a jolly and festive manner.
(Archaic) To be or become glad
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  1. (Archaic) To be or become glad
  2. To make glad:
  3. To cause (something) to become more glad.
To give in to (a desire); indulge:
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  1. To give in to (a desire); indulge:
  2. To give in to; indulge; humor
  3. To please or satisfy:
To engage or take part, especially freely or avidly:
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  1. To engage or take part, especially freely or avidly:
  2. To yield to or satisfy (a desire); give oneself up to
  3. To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
One of the four fluids of the body—blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile—whose relative proportions were thought in ancient and medieval medicine to determine general health and character.
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  1. One of the four fluids of the body—blood, phlegm, black bile, and yellow bile—whose relative proportions were thought in ancient and medieval medicine to determine general health and character.
  2. US spelling of humour.
  3. To comply with the wishes or ideas of (another) in order to keep that person satisfied or unaware of criticism; indulge:
To make or attempt to make compatible; reconcile:
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  1. To make or attempt to make compatible; reconcile:
  2. To gain (regard, good will, etc.) by friendly acts
  3. To regain or try to regain (friendship or goodwill) by pleasant behavior.
To gain or regain the goodwill or favor of; appease:
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  1. To gain or regain the goodwill or favor of; appease:
  2. To cause to become favorably inclined; win or regain the good will of; appease or conciliate
To record in the form of stored data
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  1. To record in the form of stored data
  2. To represent (something transient, immaterial, etc.) in more or less permanent form
  3. To attract and hold:
(Now Rare) To make a slave of; enslave
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  1. (Now Rare) To make a slave of; enslave
  2. To hold spellbound; to bewitch, charm or captivate.
  3. To hold spellbound; captivate:
To make active, vivacious, interesting, or cheerful; liven up or brighten
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  1. To make active, vivacious, interesting, or cheerful; liven up or brighten
  2. To make more lively, cheerful or interesting.
To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution:
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  1. To fill with spirit, courage, or resolution:
  2. To give life to; fill with life:
  3. To give motion to; put into action
(Obs.) To put under a spell; bewitch
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  1. (Obs.) To put under a spell; bewitch
  2. To hold the attention of by being very interesting or delightful; charm; captivate
  3. (Archaic) To deprive of the ability to escape or move, usually by the power of a look. Used of serpents.
To satisfy the hunger or desire of; feed or satiate
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  1. To satisfy the hunger or desire of; feed or satiate
  2. To put something into (a container, for example) to capacity or to a desired level:
  3. To supply the things needed or called for in (an order, prescription, etc.)
(Dated) Simple past tense of sit.
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  1. (Dated) Simple past tense of sit.
  2. To satisfy (an appetite, desire, etc.) to the full; gratify completely
  3. To provide (someone) with more than enough; glut.
To overindulge.
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  1. To overindulge.
  2. To feed or supply to excess, satiety, or disgust.
  3. (Now Rare) To indulge or be supplied to satiety or excess; overindulge
To stuff with food; glut:
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  1. To stuff with food; glut:
  2. A deep, narrow valley with steep rocky sides, often with a stream flowing through it. Gorges are smaller and narrower than canyons and are often a part of a canyon.
  3. To fill the gorge of; glut
To eat like a glutton; overindulge
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  1. To eat like a glutton; overindulge
  2. To eat or indulge in something excessively.
  3. To fill beyond capacity, especially with food; satiate:
To be too filling, rich, or sweet.
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  1. To be too filling, rich, or sweet.
  2. To cause distaste or disgust by supplying with too much of something originally pleasant, especially something rich or sweet; surfeit.
(Now Rare) To satisfy to the full; gratify completely
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  1. (Now Rare) To satisfy to the full; gratify completely
  2. To satisfy (an appetite, for example) fully.
  3. To provide (someone) with more than enough; glut.
To excite the surface nerves of, as by touching or stroking lightly with the finger, a feather, etc., in a way that causes involuntary twitching, a pleasant tingling, laughter, etc.
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  1. To excite the surface nerves of, as by touching or stroking lightly with the finger, a feather, etc., in a way that causes involuntary twitching, a pleasant tingling, laughter, etc.
  2. To fill with mirth or pleasure; delight.
  3. To please, gratify, delight, etc.
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  1. To make cheerful.
  2. (Intransitive, said of the weather) To become brighter
To pay (money borrowed in the past) to (a person, bank, etc. that loaned it)
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  1. To pay (money borrowed in the past) to (a person, bank, etc. that loaned it)
  2. To pay back.
  3. To pay back:
(Finance) To pay out, expend; usually from a public fund or treasury.
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  1. (Finance) To pay out, expend; usually from a public fund or treasury.
  2. To pay out, as from a fund; expend.
(Slang) To take; ingest; use
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  1. (Slang) To take; ingest; use
  2. To get along; fare
  3. Used to give emphasis, or as a legal convention
To become full
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  1. To become full
  2. To supply the things needed or called for in (an order, prescription, etc.)
  3. To satisfy or meet; fulfill:
To say or mention casually; remark
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  1. To say or mention casually; remark
  2. To watch or be present without participating actively:
  3. To be or become aware of, especially through careful and directed attention; notice:
To act on so as to accomplish or bring to completion; execute; carry out (a task, process, etc.)
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  1. To act on so as to accomplish or bring to completion; execute; carry out (a task, process, etc.)
  2. To begin and carry through to completion; do:
  3. To carry out; meet the requirements of; fulfill (a promise, command, etc.)
To make complete; perfect
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  1. To make complete; perfect
  2. To do; succeed in doing; complete (a task, time, or distance)
  3. To succeed in doing (a task, for example); carry out or complete.
To make whole, full, or perfect
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  1. To make whole, full, or perfect
  2. To successfully execute or effect
  3. To make whole, with all necessary elements or parts:
To furnish the means of support
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  1. To furnish the means of support
  2. To make available (something needed or desired); furnish:
  3. To set down as a stipulation or requirement:
To supply; provide; give
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  1. To supply; provide; give
  2. To provide something necessary or desired to; equip:
  3. To supply, provide, or equip with whatever is necessary or useful; esp., to put furniture into (a room, apartment, etc.)
To be or become qualified:
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  1. To be or become qualified:
  2. To be or become qualified, as by meeting requirements
  3. To render deserving of a descriptor by having or enumerating certain necessary characteristics:
To serve the purpose; be sufficient
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  1. To serve the purpose; be sufficient
  2. To correspond; match:
  3. To act in response to:
To offer or set food, etc. before (a person)
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  1. To offer or set food, etc. before (a person)
  2. To deliver a legal document, especially a process or notice; to present a legal notice or subpoena to a person as required by law.
  3. To do services or duties for; give service to; aid; assist; help
To dress (oneself) for a certain purpose
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  1. To dress (oneself) for a certain purpose
  2. To provide with what is needed; outfit
  3. To furnish (someone) with the qualities necessary for performance; prepare:
To come into conformity with the views, wishes, or opinions of:
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  1. To come into conformity with the views, wishes, or opinions of:
  2. To deal or contend with effectively:
  3. To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill:
To be of use, help, worth, or advantage (to), as in accomplishing an end
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  1. To be of use, help, worth, or advantage (to), as in accomplishing an end
(Obs.) To be competent or able
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  1. (Obs.) To be competent or able
  2. To be equal to a specified task; be capable:
  3. (Archaic) To be enough for; meet the needs of; satisfy
(Idiomatic) Alternative form of fit the bill.
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  1. (Idiomatic) Alternative form of fit the bill.
(Idiomatic) To adequately pass a formal or informal inspection.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To adequately pass a formal or informal inspection.
  2. (Idiomatic) To meet or exceed a particular standard.
(Intransitive, idiomatic) To subsist; to succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level.
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  1. (Intransitive, idiomatic) To subsist; to succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level.
To bring about or stimulate the occurrence of; cause:
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  1. To bring about or stimulate the occurrence of; cause:
  2. (Genetics) To cause an increase in the transcription of the RNA of (a gene).
  3. To bring on; bring about; cause; effect
To lead on with deception; entice or trick into doing or giving something, going somewhere, etc.
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  1. To lead on with deception; entice or trick into doing or giving something, going somewhere, etc.
  2. To obtain by cajolery:
  3. To win over by coaxing, flattery, or artful talk:
(Idiomatic) To persuade someone, gain someone's support, or make someone understand the truth or validity of something.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To persuade someone, gain someone's support, or make someone understand the truth or validity of something.
An expression of annoyance or impatience.
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  1. An expression of annoyance or impatience.
  2. To give satisfaction or pleasure; be agreeable:
  3. To have the will or desire; wish:
To be fit, suitable, convenient, or satisfactory
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  1. To be fit, suitable, convenient, or satisfactory
  2. To please; satisfy:
  3. To meet the requirements of; fit:
To satisfy, relieve, or assuage:
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  1. To satisfy, relieve, or assuage:
  2. To calm, soothe, or quiet (someone):
  3. To placate or attempt to placate (a threatening nation, for example) by granting concessions, often at the expense of principle.
To make content; satisfy
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  1. To make content; satisfy
  2. To make content or satisfied:
(Archaic) To fill full; fill to the utmost capacity; fill up.
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  1. (Archaic) To fill full; fill to the utmost capacity; fill up.
  2. To carry out (something promised, desired, predicted, etc.); cause to be or happen
  3. To do, perform, or obey (a task or order, for example); carry out.
To give in to (a desire); indulge:
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  1. To give in to (a desire); indulge:
  2. To give pleasure or satisfaction
  3. To please or satisfy:
To engage or take part, especially freely or avidly:
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  1. To engage or take part, especially freely or avidly:
  2. To give way to one's own desires; indulge oneself (in something)
  3. To yield to or satisfy (a desire); give oneself up to
To inform positively, as to remove doubt:
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  1. To inform positively, as to remove doubt:
  2. To give confidence to; reassure.
  3. To give confidence to; reassure
(Obs.) To overcome, confute, or convict
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  1. (Obs.) To overcome, confute, or convict
  2. To persuade to do something
  3. To cause (someone) by the use of argument or evidence to believe something or to take a course of action.
To cause to do something by reasoning, urging, or inducement; prevail upon
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  1. To cause to do something by reasoning, urging, or inducement; prevail upon
  2. To cause (someone) to accept a point of view or to undertake a course of action by means of argument, reasoning, or entreaty:
  3. To induce to believe something; convince
(Idiomatic) To persuade someone, gain someone's support, or make someone understand the truth or validity of something.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To persuade someone, gain someone's support, or make someone understand the truth or validity of something.
(Informal) All the way; completely:
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  1. (Informal) All the way; completely:
  2. To become clear, unclouded, etc.
  3. To remove the occupants of:
To comply with the terms of (a debt or promise, for example).
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  1. To comply with the terms of (a debt or promise, for example).
  2. To lose or give off a stored electrical charge
  3. To get rid of; acquit oneself of; pay (a debt) or perform (a duty)
To set, by contract or stipulation, a fixed amount for damages resulting from a particular harm.
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  1. To set, by contract or stipulation, a fixed amount for damages resulting from a particular harm.
  2. In bankruptcy or insolvency, to terminate a business by the sale of its assets to pay its liabilities.
  3. To pay off (a debt, claim, or obligation); settle.
To be profitable or worthwhile:
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  1. To be profitable or worthwhile:
  2. To discharge or settle (a debt or obligation):
  3. To give money to in return for goods or services rendered:
To reach a decision; decide:
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  1. To reach a decision; decide:
  2. To cause (a liquid) to become clear by forming a sediment.
  3. To pay (a debt).
To bring into a position or arrangement that is straight, upright, perpendicular, even across, etc.
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  1. To bring into a position or arrangement that is straight, upright, perpendicular, even across, etc.
  2. To bring (oneself) into a better position or relation:
  3. To bring into balance; settle:
To act in response to:
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  1. To act in response to:
  2. To be liable or accountable:
  3. To speak or write in response to:
To stop or plug up (an opening, for example).
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  1. To stop or plug up (an opening, for example).
  2. To supply what is specified by or required for:
  3. To satisfy or meet; fulfill:
To carry out (something promised, desired, predicted, etc.); cause to be or happen
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  1. To carry out (something promised, desired, predicted, etc.); cause to be or happen
  2. To satisfy (a condition) or answer (a purpose)
  3. To meet (a requirement or condition); satisfy.
To come together:
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  1. To come together:
  2. To be sufficient for (a need, for example); fulfill:
  3. To deal or contend with effectively:
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