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of voyeurism; of or having characteristics of a voyeurvoyeuristic
(French) epoch, era, distinct period of time noted for particular events characteristics or developmentsepoque
(Genetics) not of an allele (one of several genes which causes specific hereditary characteristics to develop)nonallelic
A financial security, such as an option, or future, whose value is derived in part from the value and characteristics of another security, the underlying order.Derivative security
able to maintain its characteristics when exposed to moderate heat (Chemistry), unchanged by heatthermostable
abnormal development of masculine characteristics in a womanvirilization
absorb nutrients, incorporate, take in, absorb; adopt the cultural characteristics of another group, integrate, sound like adjacent soundassimilate
accents or other signs added to writing to give distinct characteristicsdiacriticals
acquire polarity, cause a division of opinion, restrict light vibration, separate into opposing groups, contrapose; give polarity to something, cause an item to have unequally distributed characteristicspolarize
act of ascribing animal characteristics to a deity; use of animal forms in ornamental art, attribution of animal forms to gods, use of animals in artzoomorphism
act of giving human qualities to things which are not human, attribution of human characteristics to nonhumansanthropomorphism
act of making feminine; taking on of female sexual characteristics (Biology)feminization
act of measuring and recording the characteristics of a plot of land; land survey report (often in the form of a map); review, overview; statistical study, act of measuring land, analysis of poll sample, area surveyed, consider something generally, cri...survey
act of taking on the characteristics of Roman culture or styleRomanization
adopting the characteristics of North American or European culture ideas and forms of governmentwesternization
affecting several characteristicspleotropic
affirmative or negative characteristic, character of vowel sound, degree of excellence; characteristic, attribute; nature, character; excellence, distinguishing characteristic, essential property, excellent, having superior characteristics, fine, peopl...quality
African mammal that eats termites, striped mammal native of southern and eastern Africa that has the characteristics of a hyena and feeds mainly on insects and especially termitesaardwolf
alike, as, as if, be on the point of doing, consider pleasant, conj. similar to, very closely resembling; as if, counterpart, enjoy, enjoy; be fond of; be attracted to; want; prefer, have a preference, having similar characteristics; alike, having a
Alphonse Bertillon (1853-1914), French criminologist who developed the Bertillon system (scientific method for identifying criminals through the classification of physical characteristics)bertillon
alter something, change key, change sound, regulate, control; adjust; vary the frequency (Electronics); change from one key to another (Music), vary wave characteristicsmodulate
androgynous person, hermaphrodite, organism having both male and female characteristics with neither being dominantandrogyne
animal characteristics, animalism, qualities associated with animals; bestialityanimality
anthropological study of human anatomy, physiology and anatomy, study of the physiological and anatomical characteristics of the human bodysomatology
any substance similar to opium; natural substance produced in the body in response to stress or pain; synthetic drug with effects similar to those of opium, having characteristics similar to that of opium; caused by an opioid peptide, caused by a subst...opioid
appearance of male characteristics in a woman, development of male physical characteristicsvirilism
approach finite limit, arrive at same destination, become the same, develop similar characteristics, meet, come together, assembleconverge
area with some desert characteristics, dry area with little vegetation, semiarid regionsemidesert
assignment of human characteristics to god, Christian doctrinetheanthropism
attracted to both sexes, both male and female in characteristics, plant or animal with both male and female reproductive organs; someone who is sexually attracted to people of both genders, sexually attracted to people of both genders; of both sexes; h...bisexual
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