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owing as yet unpaid; due.
owing to because of; due to; resulting from.
owl any of various nocturnal birds of prey that have large eyes set in the front of a large head, a strong hooked beak, and strong, sharp talons.
owlet a small or immature owl.
own belonging to oneself or itself alone. [5 definitions]
owner one who owns.
ownership the state or fact of being an owner. [2 definitions]
ox one of a breed of large domestic cattle commonly used as draft animals, esp. an adult, castrated male. [2 definitions]
oxalic acid a poisonous, colorless acid used as a cleansing agent, laundry bleach, and laboratory reagent.
oxblood a dull dark red color.
oxbow a U-shaped wooden collar that attaches a yoke to the neck of an ox. [2 definitions]
Oxbridge Oxford and Cambridge universities considered collectively as representing British upper-class intellectual life. [2 definitions]
oxen pl. of ox.
oxeye any of various composite flowers, such as the sunflower.
ox-eyed having large, round eyes.
oxeye daisy a composite plant of North America and Europe having a vivid yellow center with white petals extending from it.
OXFAM a British charity, originally named Oxford Famine Relief, engaged in relieving poverty and suffering worldwide and commonly associated with its thrift shops that sell donated goods.
Oxford one of the two major English universities, founded in the twelfth century. [2 definitions]
oxford a sturdy, plain shoe that laces across the instep. [2 definitions]
Oxford gray an extremely dark gray color.
oxheart a large, dark red, heart-shaped sweet cherry.