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Results for: nonsense, nonsensical speech; babble; unintelligible speech; use of highly technical or obscure words (in speech oTranslations: 130 / 913
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(australia) rapid speech, (australia) talk very fastyabber
(Chemistry) chloride compound used as a fertilizer (no longer in technical use)muriate
(Chemistry) hydrochloric (no longer in technical use)muriatic
(combination of the words campus and police) police force that patrols and guards the campus of Rice University (founded as William Marsh Rice Institute opened 1912 in Houston, Texas)campos
(Grammar) masculine gender, masculine form (he, his, himself, etc.), concluding on an accented beat, male; manly, manlike, of or characteristic of men; strong, virile; (about objects or words) having the designation of masculine, of certain grammatical...masculine
(Grammar) variation of the form (of a noun, verb, etc.); decline, descent, slope, downward slope, process of ending words, set of words that behave similarly, worsening or falling awaydeclension
(Grammar) verb used in combination with one or more other words to create an idiomatic expression (ex: take on, take off), forming a phrase, dialectical; containing phrases, containing a group of words that functions as a single unit (Grammar)phrasal
(Informal) crazy, insane; foolish, nonsensicalluny
(Internet) rant or write unceasingly and fanatically on a relatively dull subject with an obviously absurd attitude or with animosity toward a particular person or group of people on Usenet; write insulting words about a person, angry e-mail message, b...flame
(Linguistics) complementary distribution, relation between sounds or phonemes that cannot be placed in the same position within wordscomplementation
(Linguistics) pertaining to phonemes, pertaining to the smallest units of speech upon which language is based, of different phonemes, of phonemes, of phonemicsphonemic
(Linguistics) study of speech sound realization including the forms of a morpheme of a language; changes in the way a word is pronounced by allomorphs of morphemes as they are changed by adjacent sounds (eg. dog -->dogs)morphophonemics
(Pathology) condition associated with hyperthyroidism (results in thickening of the skin, dulling of the senses and difficulty in speech)myxoedema
(Phonetics) made by forcing air through a narrow space (about a speech sound), consonant whose sound is made by forcing air through a narrow space (Phonetics), fricative consonant, made by breath friction, spirantfricative
(Rhetoric) introductory part of a speech or sermonexordial
(Rhetoric) reversal in the order of words in two otherwise parallel phrases (i.e. I went to school, to work went they), inverted word order in phrasechiasmus
(Semantics) state of having one meaning (especially of individual words and phrases), singleness of meaningmonosemy
(Slang) defecate (vulgar), (Vulgar Slang) nonsense; filth, messcrap
(Slang) nonsense, silliness; fraud, deception, cheat or trick, swindle (Slang), deceptive talk, trick or swindleflimflam
(Slang) nonsense; boshflapdoodle
(Slang) nonsense; impudence, insolence, foolish talkguff
(Vulgar Slang) testes, testicles; courage, boldness; nonsenseballs
a large walled plain on the Moon that is noticeably hexagonal in shape and has a highly cratered floor. Located northeast of Mare Imbrium, it is approximately 140 km/85 mi across.Ptolemaeus
a stated time, being recently mentioned; being closer; being about to be said, close by, indicating words to follow, not previously mentioned, pron. pronoun used to indicate a specific person or object, so much, to such an extent, to this degreethis
A technical analysis tool: a chart pattern depicting the period when the supply and demand of a certain stock are in relative equilibrium resulting in a narrow trading range. The merging of the support level and resistance level.Base
A technical analyst who charts the patterns of stocks, bonds, and commodities to find trends in patterns of trading used to advise clients. Related: technical analysts.Chartists
A term used to refer to guests on the PBS television show "Wall Street Week" who are technical analysts attempting to predict the direction of stock prices over the next six months.Elves
a trademark for a board game in which the players try to form words by placing tiles, each with a single letter on it, on the squares of a boardScrabble
a trademark for various nickel-iron alloys that are highly valued in the electronics industry because they allow magnetic fields to pass through themPermalloy
ability to spell, act of writing or saying the letters of a word in their proper order; way in which a word is spelled, forming words by ordering letters, specific example of letter orderspelling
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