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Brilliant or showy, often superficial attractiveness.
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  1. Brilliant or showy, often superficial attractiveness.
  2. Small pieces of light-reflecting decorative material.
  3. A bright, sparkling light
A brightness of skin color, as from good health, emotion, etc.; flush
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  1. A brightness of skin color, as from good health, emotion, etc.; flush
  2. Warmth of emotion; ardor, eagerness, etc.
  3. Brilliance, vividness, or luminescence of color
  1. A little spark; a scintillation.
  2. A sparkling, or glittering
  3. A spark or glowing particle
(Scots) A quick look or glimpse; a glance.
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  1. (Scots) A quick look or glimpse; a glance.
  2. A brief flash of light; twinkle or glimmer
  3. The act or an instance of rapidly closing and opening the eyes or an eye.
A coruscating; sparkling
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  1. A coruscating; sparkling
  2. A sudden brilliant display, as of wit
  3. A flash or gleam of light
A brief time; moment
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  1. A brief time; moment
  2. A sudden perception:
  3. Instantaneous illumination for photography:
A dart of flame or light, as in a flickering fire
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  1. A dart of flame or light, as in a flickering fire
  2. An act or instance of flickering
  3. A look or feeling that comes and goes quickly
A quick flash of light; a gleam.
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  1. A quick flash of light; a gleam.
  2. A brief or cursory look:
  3. A flash or gleam
A brief, faint manifestation or trace, as of hope, understanding, etc.
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  1. A brief, faint manifestation or trace, as of hope, understanding, etc.
  2. A brief or dim indication; a trace:
  3. A brief beam or flash of light:
A faint manifestation or dim perception
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  1. A faint manifestation or dim perception
  2. A faint light; a dim glow.
  3. A dim or intermittent flicker or flash of light.
A faint or fleeting indication; a trace:
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  1. A faint or fleeting indication; a trace:
  2. A momentary flash of light; a sparkle:
  3. A gleam, flash, or glitter
A quick flash of amusement, etc. in the eye
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  1. A quick flash of amusement, etc. in the eye
  2. A sparkle of delight in the eyes.
  3. A quick, intermittent flash of light; sparkle
A quick closing and opening of the eyelids; a blink.
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  1. A quick closing and opening of the eyelids; a blink.
  2. The very brief time required for a wink; an instant.
  3. A gleam or twinkle.
A small, rounded organic part, such as a taste bud, that resembles a plant bud.
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  1. A small, rounded organic part, such as a taste bud, that resembles a plant bud.
  2. A small swelling or projection on a plant, from which a shoot, cluster of leaves, or flower develops
  3. A small swelling on a branch or stem, containing an undeveloped shoot, leaf, or flower. Some species have mixed buds containing two of these structures, or even all three. &diamf3; Terminal buds occur at the end of a stem, twig, or branch. &diamf3; Axillary buds, also known as lateral buds , occur in the axils of leaves (in the upper angle of where the leaf grows from the stem). &diamf3; Accessory buds often occur clustered around terminal buds or above and on either side of axillary buds. Accessory buds are usually smaller than terminal and axillary buds.
The rudimentary plant contained in a seed, usually made up of hypocotyl, radicle, plumule, and cotyledons
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  1. The rudimentary plant contained in a seed, usually made up of hypocotyl, radicle, plumule, and cotyledons
  2. The collection of cells that has developed from the fertilized egg of a vertebrate animal, before all the major organs have developed.
  3. The sporophyte of a plant in its earliest stages of development, such as the miniature, partially developed plant contained within a seed before germination.
A microorganism, especially a pathogen.
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  1. A microorganism, especially a pathogen.
  2. (Biology) A small mass of protoplasm or cells from which a new organism or one of its parts may develop.
  3. The earliest form of an organism; a seed, bud, or spore.
A grain or seed, as of corn, wheat, etc.
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  1. A grain or seed, as of corn, wheat, etc.
  2. The inner, usually edible seed of a nut or fruit stone.
  3. A grain or seed, as of a cereal grass, enclosed in a husk.
The positively charged central region of an atom, composed of one or more protons and (for all atoms except hydrogen) one or more neutrons, containing most of the mass of the atom. The strong force binds the protons and neutrons, also known as nucleons , to each other, overcoming the mutual repulsion of the positively charged protons. In nuclei with many nucleons, however, the forces of repulsion may overcome the strong force, and the nucleus breaks apart in the process of radioactive decay . The protons and neutrons are arranged in the nucleus in energy levels known as shells analogous to those of the electrons orbiting the nucleus. The number of protons in the nucleus determines the atom's atomic number and its position in the Periodic Table.
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  1. The positively charged central region of an atom, composed of one or more protons and (for all atoms except hydrogen) one or more neutrons, containing most of the mass of the atom. The strong force binds the protons and neutrons, also known as nucleons , to each other, overcoming the mutual repulsion of the positively charged protons. In nuclei with many nucleons, however, the forces of repulsion may overcome the strong force, and the nucleus breaks apart in the process of radioactive decay . The protons and neutrons are arranged in the nucleus in energy levels known as shells analogous to those of the electrons orbiting the nucleus. The number of protons in the nucleus determines the atom's atomic number and its position in the Periodic Table.
  2. (Anatomy) A group of specialized nerve cells or a localized mass of gray matter in the brain or spinal cord.
  3. (Biol.) The central, usually spherical or oval mass of protoplasm present in most plant and animal cells, containing most of the hereditary material and necessary to such functions as growth, reproduction, etc.
A mature plant ovule containing an embryo.
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  1. A mature plant ovule containing an embryo.
  2. Seeds considered as a group:
  3. The seed-bearing stage of a plant:
To pay respectful or flattering attention to (a person) in order to get something
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  1. To pay respectful or flattering attention to (a person) in order to get something
  2. To try to gain the love or affections of, especially to seek to marry.
  3. To behave so as to invite or incur:
To engage in (a vocation or hobby, for example); practice.
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  1. To engage in (a vocation or hobby, for example); practice.
  2. To have as one's occupation, profession, or study; devote oneself to
  3. To follow in order to overtake, capture, or kill; chase
To make entreaty
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  1. To make entreaty
  2. To seek the affection of (someone, especially a woman) with the intent to marry or begin a romantic relationship.
  3. To try to get the love of; seek as a spouse; court
(Informal) To make love; court; woo
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  1. (Informal) To make love; court; woo
  2. To court, woo, or try to arouse the romantic interest of.
  3. To seek to gain the favor of, as by flattery; court
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