Reverse Word Search Lookup

Dictionary Suite
adapt to make fit or suitable for a particular need or condition; adjust. [1/2 definitions]
adaptable having the ability to adjust to particular needs or conditions. [1/2 definitions]
adjustable combined form of adjust.
align to adjust (something), usu. a device, to improve its function. [1/6 definitions]
angle1 to move, bend, or adjust at an angle. [1/10 definitions]
apportion to assign, adjust, or distribute parts so as to maintain the proper proportion; allot.
attune to adjust so as to be harmonious.
collimate to accurately adjust the line of sight of (an optical instrument such as a telescope). [1/2 definitions]
correct to adjust to a standard. [1/5 definitions]
fit1 to adjust or prepare until suitable. [1/11 definitions]
focus to adjust (an optical device or the eyes) to produce a more distinct image. [1/8 definitions]
future shock the physical or psychological distress caused by the inability to adjust to the many technological changes in modern society.
halfway house a special residence where people who have been released from institutions, such as mental patients, prisoners, and drug addicts, are helped to adjust to ordinary life.
key1 to regulate, coordinate, or adjust so that there is harmony or an appropriate match with something else. [1/8 definitions]
level to adjust (two or more things) to the same position of height, rank, or the like. [1/15 definitions]
manipulate to tamper with or adjust to one's own advantage, esp. by devious means. [1/3 definitions]
modulate to adjust or adapt to a particular measure or proportion. [1/6 definitions]
orient to adjust (something) toward or in relation to someone or something. [1/6 definitions]
patch to settle or adjust for the better (usu. fol. by up). [1/10 definitions]
pedal a lever operated by the foot to provide driving power or to control or adjust the action of a machine. [1/7 definitions]
proportion to adjust with the intention of having sizes or parts in proper relation to each other. [1/6 definitions]