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absorbable combined form of absorb.
activated carbon a form of very porous and thus very absorbent carbon, produced by heating charcoal so as to empty out contained gases, and used to absorb other gases, recover solvents, deodorize, and the like; activated charcoal.
assimilate to absorb and incorporate (knowledge, experience, or the like). [2/8 definitions]
assimilation the process by which minority groups, such as immigrants, slowly absorb the characteristics of the dominant culture. [1/3 definitions]
atomic clock an extremely accurate timekeeping device regulated by the reliably constant frequency at which atoms of certain highly reactive substances absorb or emit electromagnetic radiation.
bungee cord a strong elastic cord with hooks on each end, used to strap things down or absorb the shock of a suddenly applied force. Long bungee cords are used in the sport of bunjee jumping.
capacity the ability to receive, absorb, or contain. [1/6 definitions]
cushion something used to absorb shock or prevent damage from friction. [1/5 definitions]
deficiency disease a disease caused by lack of a specific nutrient in the diet, or by the body's inability to absorb or metabolize it.
devour to absorb, engulf, or dominate wholly. [1/4 definitions]
dope any of various thick liquids or pastes used in construction or manufacturing to lubricate parts, absorb liquid, or the like. [1/7 definitions]
drink to swallow or absorb (a liquid). [1/12 definitions]
entrain2 of a liquid, to capture and absorb (bubbles). [1/3 definitions]
face powder a dustlike cosmetic substance composed of talcum, used esp. to absorb excess oil.
headband a band worn around the head, usu. in order to restrain the hair or to absorb perspiration.
imbibe to drink or absorb liquid. [1/3 definitions]
immerse to involve deeply; absorb. [1/3 definitions]
indigestible impossible or not easy to digest or absorb.
interiorize to absorb (a value, idea, or the like), understand completely, and make one's own.
intrinsic factor a substance secreted by the stomach that promotes the body's ability to absorb vitamin B12.
Kitty Litter trademark for a granular material used to absorb the waste of household pets, esp. cats.