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Word Meanings - FORWARD - Book Publishers vocabulary database

An agreement; a covenant; a promise. Tell us a tale anon, as forward is. Chaucer.

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  • SPECTACLE
    An optical instrument consisting of two lenses set in a light frame, and worn to assist sight, to obviate some defect in the organs of vision, or to shield the eyes from bright light. 4. pl. (more info) 1. Something exhibited to view; usually,
  • SPERMATOCYTE
    See SPERMOBLAST
  • AFOREHAND
    Beforehand; in anticipation. She is come aforehand to anoint my body. Mark xiv. 8.
  • SPECIFICNESS
    The quality or state of being specific.
  • SPERMATIC
    Of or pertaining to semen; as, the spermatic fluid, the spermatic vessels, etc. Spermatic cord , the cord which suspends the testicle within the scrotum. It is made up of a connective tissue sheath inclosing the spermatic duct and accompanying
  • SPERMATICAL
    Spermatic.
  • MEDDLING
    Meddlesome. Macaulay.
  • OFFICIOUS
    1. Pertaining to, or being in accordance with, duty. If there were any lie in the case, it could be no more than as officious and venial one. Note on Gen. xxvii. . 2. Disposed to serve; kind; obliging. Yet not to earth are those bright luminaries
  • INTERMEDDLE
    To meddle with the affairs of others; to meddle officiously; to interpose or interfere improperly; to mix or meddle with. The practice of Spain hath been, by war and by conditions of treaty, to intermeddle with foreign states. Bacon. Syn. -- To
  • SPECTROGRAPH
    An apparatus for photographing or mapping a spectrum. A photograph or picture of a spectrum. -- Spec`tro*graph"ic , a. --Spec`tro*graph"ic*al*ly , adv. --Spec*trog"ra*phy , n.
  • SPECK
    The blubber of whales or other marine mammals; also, the fat of the hippopotamus. Speck falls , falls or ropes rove through blocks for hoisting the blubber and bone of whales on board a whaling vessel.
  • SPECTATORSHIP
    1. The office or quality of a spectator. Addison. 2. The act of beholding. Shak.
  • SPECE
    Species; kind. Chaucer.
  • SPEECHLESS
    1. Destitute or deprived of the faculty of speech. 2. Not speaking for a time; dumb; mute; silent. Speechless with wonder, and half dead with fear. Addison. -- Speech"less*ly, adv. -- Speech"less*ness, n.
  • PUSHPIN
    A child's game played with pins. L. Estrange.
  • SPENDTHRIFT
    One who spends money profusely or improvidently; a prodigal; one who lavishes or wastes his estate. Also used figuratively. A woman who was a generous spendthrift of life. Mrs. R. H. Davis.
  • SPEED COUNTER
    A device for automatically counting the revolutions or pulsations of an engine or other machine; -- called also simply counter.
  • SPENCE
    despendre to spend, distribute, L. dispendere, dispensum. See 1. A place where provisions are kept; a buttery; a larder; a pantry. Chiefly Brit. dial. In . . . his spence, or "pantry" were hung the carcasses of a sheep or ewe, and two cows lately
  • SPERMATOZOOID
    A spermatozoid.
  • SPERGE
    A charge of wash for the still. Knight.
  • ANGIOMONOSPERMOUS
    Producing one seed only in a seed pod.
  • ASPER
    Rough; rugged; harsh; bitter; stern; fierce. "An asper sound." Bacon.
  • DISPENSE
    1. To deal out in portions; to distribute; to give; as, the steward dispenses provisions according directions; Nature dispenses her bounties; to dispense medicines. He is delighted to dispense a share of it to all the company. Sir W. Scott. 2.
  • MISPENSE
    See HALL
  • OOSPERM; OOESPERM
    The ovum, after fusion with the spermatozoön in impregnation. Balfour.
  • INDISPENSABLENESS
    The state or quality of being indispensable, or absolutely necessary. S. Clarke.
  • ENQUICKEN
    To quicken; to make alive. Dr. H. More.
  • SUSPENSORY
    Of or pertaining to a suspensorium. (more info) 1. Suspended; hanging; depending. 2. Fitted or serving to suspend; suspending; as, a suspensory muscle. Ray.
  • DISPERSION
    The separation of light into its different colored rays, arising from their different refrangibilities. Dispersion of the optic axes , the separation of the optic axes in biaxial crystals, due to the fact that the axial angle has different values
  • JASPERATED
    mixed with jasper; containing particles of jasper; as, jasperated agate.
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