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Pathopoela "Path`o*p[oe]"la", n.; pl. . [NL., from Gr. ?; ? passion + ? to make.] (Rhet.) A speech, or figure of speech, designed to move the passion. -Smart.
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-able "-a*ble" (-[.a]*b'l). [F. -able, L. -abilis.] An adjective suffix now usually in a passive sense; able to be; fit to be; expressing capacity or worthiness in a passive More…
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-ible "-i*ble" See .
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-ic "-ic" [L. -icus, Gr. ?: cf. F. -ique.] 1. A suffix signifying, in general, relating to, or characteristic of; as, historic, hygienic, telegraphic, etc. 2. (Chem.) A More…
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Stratigraphic "Strat`i*graph"ic", -ical "-ic*al", a. (Mil.) See .
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Brahmanic "Brah*man"ic", -ical "-ic*al", Brahminic "Brah*min"ic", ical "*ic*al",a. Of or pertaining to the Brahmans or to their doctrines and worship.
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-ics "-ics" A suffix used in forming the names of certain sciences, systems, etc., as acoustics, mathematics, dynamics, statistics, politics, athletics. Note: The names sciences More…
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-ide "-ide" (Chem.) A suffix used to denote: (a) The nonmetallic, or negative, element or radical in a binary compound; as, oxide, sulphide, chloride. (b) A compound which More…
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Seigniory "Seign"ior*y", n.; pl. . [OE. seignorie, OF. seigneurie, F. seigneurie; cf. It. signoria.] 1. The power or authority of a lord; dominion. O'Neal never had More…
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Smithery "Smith"er*y" (sm[i^]th"[~e]r*[y^]), n.; pl. (-[i^]z). 1. The workshop of a smith; a smithy or stithy. 2. Work done by a smith; smithing. The din of More…
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Phalanstery "Phal"an*ster*y", n.; pl. . [F. phalanst[`e]re, fr. Gr. ? a phalanx + ? firm, solid.] 1. An association or community organized on the plan of Fourier. See . More…
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Bothy "Both"y"Boothy "Booth"y" n.; pl. [Scottish. Cf. .] A wooden hut or humble cot, esp. a rude hut or barrack for unmarried farm servants; a shepherd's or hunter's More…
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Cadaverine "Ca*dav"er*ine", n. Also -in "-in" . [From .] (Chem.) A sirupy, nontoxic ptomaine, (chemically pentamethylene diamine), formed in putrefaction of flesh, etc. More…
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Tetrazine "Tet*raz"ine", n. Also -in "-in" . [Tetrazo- + -ine.] (Chem.) A hypothetical compound, which may be regarded as benzene with four groups replaced by nitrogen More…
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-in "-in" A suffix. See the Note under .
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-ine "-ine" (?; 104). 1. (Chem.) A suffix, indicating that those substances of whose names it is a part are basic, and alkaloidal in their nature. Note: All organic bases, More…
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Storm "Storm", n. (Meteor.), a storm characterized by a central area of high atmospheric pressure, and having a system of winds blowing spirally outward More…
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-ing "-ing" 1. [For OE. -and, -end, -ind, AS. -ende; akin to Goth. -and-, L. -ant-, -ent-, Gr. ?.] A suffix used to from present participles; as, singing, playing. 2. [OE. More…
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-ion "-ion" (?; 106). [L. -io, acc. -ionem: cf. F. -ion.] A noun suffix denoting act, process, result of an act or a process, thing acted upon, state, or condition; as, More…
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-ise "-ise" See .
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