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assimilate in phonetics, to modify (a sound) to make it resemble a linguistically adjacent sound. [2/8 definitions]
barnyard a yard or fenced area adjacent to a barn, esp. an enclosure for livestock and other farm animals. [1/3 definitions]
brisket in livestock, the part of the chest adjacent to the ribs, or the meat derived from it.
British Isles Great Britain, Ireland, and the adjacent smaller islands, collectively.
cotangent in trigonometry, the ratio between the side adjacent to a given acute angle in a right triangle and the opposite side.
court an open space, usu. adjacent to a building, that is wholly or partially enclosed; courtyard. [1/9 definitions]
courtyard an enclosed yard with no roof, either within or adjacent to a building.
doorstop any of various devices, such as a weighted object, a wedge, or a rubber-tipped projection, used to control the position or movement of a door, as to prop it open at a certain width or prevent it from hitting an adjacent wall.
end a point or area at or adjacent to an extremity, often serving as a boundary or limit. [1/18 definitions]
Europe a continent west of Asia and separated from it by the Ural Mountains, the Ural River, and the Caspian and Black Seas, and including the adjacent islands in the Atlantic and Mediterranean. [1/2 definitions]
exterior angle the outside angle formed by the extension of one side of a polygon and the side adjacent to it. [1/2 definitions]
fireside the area adjacent to a fireplace. [1/2 definitions]
flood plain a wide, flat area of land adjacent to a river that overflows its banks periodically.
flush2 right next to or up against; adjacent or touching. [1/6 definitions]
G.B. abbreviation of "Great Britain," the main island of the United Kingdom, off the coast of France, occupied by England, Scotland, and Wales, and including some adjacent islands. (Cf. United Kingdom.)
Great Britain the main island of the United Kingdom, off the coast of France, occupied by England, Scotland, and Wales, and including some adjacent islands. (Cf. United Kingdom.)
Hong Kong a region of southeast China containing Hong Kong Island as well as many other islands and the adjacent mainland. Hong Kong was a British colony from the 1840s until 1997 when it was reverted to Chinese rule as a "Special Administrative Region." While it is a part of China and controlled by the Chinese government on all matters related to defense and foreign affairs, Hong Kong operates with a great deal of autonomy, with its own legal system, police force, immigration policy, and currency.
interior angle the inside angle formed by two adjacent sides of a polygon. [1/2 definitions]
Ionic of or pertaining to a region of ancient Greece in coastal Asia Minor and adjacent Aegean islands or its people, culture, language, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
Italy a southern European country that occupies a boot-shaped Mediterranean peninsula and several adjacent islands.
mainland the principal land mass of a country, continent, or region, as distinguished from adjacent islands or peninsulas.