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(Medicine) electrical impulse originating in brain tissue; sudden idea, brainstorm, inspirational thought, wave of voltage in brainbrain wave
(Pathology) siriasis, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death), illness caused by too much sun, insolationsunstroke
(Pathology) sunstroke, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death)siriasis
1960s pop culture art, art style from the 1960s and 1970s which uses techniques and subjects from commercial art (comic strips, posters, etc.) to present popular culturepop art
able to withstand bad weather, can withstand exposure to the weather without damage, make (something) capable of standing against weather damage, make weatherproofweatherproof
abrupt change in direction, sudden turn, abrupt change of direction, turn abruptly, suddenly change direction, turn away from a direct courseswerve
abrupt evolutionary development, jumping motion of particles, jumping or jump, leaping movement, jumping motion; sudden movement; mutation (Biology), sudden changesaltation
abrupt forward movement, sudden thrusting motion, make a quick thrust, move forward abruptly, make a sudden thrusting movement, move suddenly forward threateningly, sudden forward movementlunge
abrupt move from a serious or tense situation to an absurd situation, disappointing end after big buildup, sudden lowering of toneanticlimax
abruptly switch to something, act of jumping, lunge, spring; distance jumped; sudden change, abrupt transition, arching jump, distance of jump, go up substantially, jump forcefully, jump something, hop, spring into the air; move suddenly, act quickly, ...leap
absorption of culture, adoption of a foreign culture, cultural changeacculturation
abstract imperfection, blemish making something imperfect, defect, imperfection; crack; strong gust of wind, invalidating defect in document, make flaws in; crack; become defective; become cracked, squall, sudden strong feeling, windflawflaw
acceptance of treaty, addition to collection, arrival, attainment; act of coming into high office, succession, assent, catalog additions to collection, increase to property, right to increase in property, sudden mood, taking up positionaccession
aching pain, article of clothing, bind pages, close wound, complete movement of a threaded needle through cloth or other material; single loop of yarn (Knitting); particular method of sewing; sudden intense pain; bit, small amount; piece of clothing, l...stitch
act of becoming part of something, act or state of being incorporated into; absorption into the cultural tradition of another group (esp. a minority group into the predominant culture); process by which nourishment is absorbed into the body and convert...assimilation
act of causing to spin; twirling movement, rotation; short drive in an automobile; sudden descent; specific viewpoint, slant; style; tailspin; spin angular momentum (Physics), become dizzy, create yarn from raw materials, dive steeply, dizzy state, dri...spin
act of divulging, act of revealing, disclosure, exposuredivulgement
act of divulging, act of revealing, disclosure, exposure (Archaic), reveal something, tell, disclosedivulge
act of exploding, detonation; sound of a detonation; outburst (of laughter, anger, etc.); sudden increase, bursting or shattering of something, dramatic increase, intense display, plosion, sudden appearance, sudden burst of emotion, sudden noisy releas...explosion
act of forcefully assaulting, act of attacking with sudden forcestorming
act of giving unexpected jerks or shakes; sudden blow; movement caused by a sudden blowjolting
act of jumping, leap, spring; rapid or sudden increase; sudden upward movement; jerk; hurdle, something that must be leaped over; move; short quick trip; leap made from an airplane with a parachute, spring; get up quickly; move suddenly, jerk; act quic...jump
act of moving swiftly; wind-driven cloud or mist; rain shower, clouds driven by wind, move swiftly, pass quickly, sail before gale, sudden shower or gust, swift movementscud
act of seizing something, disease attack, emotional fit, fact of being seized, sudden attack of disease (such as epilepsy); expropriation, confiscation; instance of taking controlseizure
act of stabbing somebody, act of stabbing; thrust, blow; attempt, try; sudden intense feeling (usually painful), hurt like a knife wound, jab finger or object at, pierce or wound with a pointed weapon or other object; make a stabbing movement, severe c...stab
act of suddenly jumping on, act of suddenly swooping down and grabbing; sudden assault or attack, attack or take quickly, fall on, storm, invade; attack, seize, jump suddenly on, powder to stop ink running, powder used for producing image, react swiftl...pounce
act of taking on the characteristics of Roman culture or styleRomanization
act of thrusting a knife into somebody, piercing, penetrating (as of a sudden intense pain), with sudden painstabbing
act of treating with contempt; offense, affront; sudden stop, bring something to a stop, humiliating action, short and upturned (of a nose), small, stub something out, treat contemptuously, humiliate, purposefully ignore; rebuke, reject; stop suddenly,...snub
act or instance of urging, movement or thrusting force, sudden desire, push; impetus, movement caused by a push or thrust; impulse, sudden whim or desireimpulsion
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