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The composition as thus adapted
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  1. The composition as thus adapted
  2. The condition, manner, or result of being arranged; disposal:
  3. (In the plural) Preparations for some undertaking.
A small cosmetic case, usually containing face powder and mirror
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  1. A small cosmetic case, usually containing face powder and mirror
  2. A compact automobile
  3. An agreement or a covenant.
Something, such as money, given or received as payment or reparation, as for a service or loss.
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  1. Something, such as money, given or received as payment or reparation, as for a service or loss.
  2. Payment for injury, loss, or otherwise depriving a person of something he or she is entitled to. See also damages.
  3. Payment for services; esp., wages or remuneration
  1. The act of establishing; a ratifying or ordaining; settlement; confirmation.
  2. The condition or fact of being established.
  3. An establishing or being established
The automatic adjustment of the eye, esp. the lens and pupil, for focusing on objects at various distances
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  1. The automatic adjustment of the eye, esp. the lens and pupil, for focusing on objects at various distances
  2. Something done, such as providing a loan or signing an accommodation paper as a surety for another, that is done as a favor without any direct or indirect benefit, compensation, or consideration.
  3. (Physiology) The automatic adjustment in the focal length of the lens of the eye to permit retinal focus of images of objects at varying distances.
The composition as thus adapted
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  1. The composition as thus adapted
  2. (Music) Adaptation of a composition to other instruments or voices than those for which it was originally written, or to the style of a certain band or orchestra
  3. The condition, manner, or result of being arranged; disposal:
The result of such a settlement.
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  1. The result of such a settlement.
  2. An agreement between two or more parties to settle differences between them by mutual concessions. An agreement between two or more parties to settle differences between them by mutual concessions. The result of such concessions. To end a dispute by compromise. To adjust by concessions. Something midway between two or more conflicting, different, or opposing things. A partial payment made by a debtor in exchange for the creditor’s promise not to seek payment of the remainder owed or claimed.
  3. A weakening or reduction of one's principles or standards:
(Idiomatic) A process of compromise or accommodation.
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  1. (Idiomatic) A process of compromise or accommodation.
  2. An exchange of remarks or retorts on equal terms; repartee; banter
  3. The settling of differences through compromise and mutual concessions.
(Physics) A substance that propagates energy or signals through space via changes in its own state:
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  1. (Physics) A substance that propagates energy or signals through space via changes in its own state:
  2. A specific kind of artistic technique or means of expression as determined by the materials used or the creative methods involved:
  3. A culture medium.
A painting, sculpture, etc. with respect to the aesthetic arrangement of its elements or features
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  1. A painting, sculpture, etc. with respect to the aesthetic arrangement of its elements or features
  2. An arrangement of the parts of a work of art so as to form a unified, harmonious whole
  3. (Law) A settlement whereby the creditors of a debtor about to enter bankruptcy agree, in return for some financial consideration, usually proffered immediately, to the discharge of their respective claims on receipt of payment which is in a lesser amount than that actually owed on the claim.
A written and legally enforceable agreement or promise that is often a part of a contract or deed, especially one to maintain the status quo of something or to do or not do something during the term of the covenant.
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  1. A written and legally enforceable agreement or promise that is often a part of a contract or deed, especially one to maintain the status quo of something or to do or not do something during the term of the covenant.
  2. In the Bible, a divine promise establishing or modifying God's relationship to humanity or to a particular group.
  3. A binding agreement; a compact.
Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.
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  1. Something, such as a payment, that remunerates.
  2. The act of remunerating
  3. That which remunerates; reward; pay; recompense; compensation
(Business, management, accounting) The act of compensating someone for an expense.
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  1. (Business, management, accounting) The act of compensating someone for an expense.
(Christianity) The seventh of the nine orders of angels in medieval angelology.
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  1. (Christianity) The seventh of the nine orders of angels in medieval angelology.
  2. The position, authority, or jurisdiction of a prince or princess; sovereignty.
  3. A country with which a prince's title is identified
A large estate or farm on which crops are raised, often by resident workers.
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  1. A large estate or farm on which crops are raised, often by resident workers.
  2. An estate, as in a tropical or semitropical region, cultivated by workers living on it, specif. one located in the S U.S. in the 18th or 19th cent.
  3. A newly established settlement; a colony.
The act of founding, especially the establishment of an institution with provisions for future maintenance.
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  1. The act of founding, especially the establishment of an institution with provisions for future maintenance.
  2. A founding or being founded; establishment
  3. Foundation garment
A dense group of animal habitations:
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  1. A dense group of animal habitations:
  2. The inhabitants of a village; villagers.
  3. A group of houses in the country, larger than a hamlet and smaller than a city or town
A population center that is larger than a village and smaller than a city.
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  1. A population center that is larger than a village and smaller than a city.
  2. An area that is more densely populated or developed than the surrounding area:
  3. The inhabitants, voters, etc. of a town
The eponymous main character of Shakespeare's play.
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  1. The eponymous main character of Shakespeare's play.
  2. A small village.
  3. In New York state, an unincorporated community that is within a town and is not a part of a village.
Find another word for settlement. In this page you can discover 26 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for settlement, like: arrangement, compact, compensation, establishment, adjustment, pay, town, village, accommodation, arrangement and compromise.