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able having the skill, power, or opportunity that one must have to do a thing. [1/3 definitions]
abstention in parliamentary procedure, a declaration that one intends not to vote on a motion. [1/2 definitions]
account an arrangement that allows one to gain access to a computer, a computer application, or website when one enters a username and password that one has established. [1/15 definitions]
ad libitum at one's pleasure (used as a musical direction to indicate that a section so marked may be varied, improvised upon, or omitted, as the performer wishes, or as a stage direction to indicate that the performer may improvise).
adventure participation in exciting or dangerous things, or the feeling that one gets from these experiences. [1/5 definitions]
again used to emphasize an idea that one has earlier expressed in the same conversation, speech, or text. [1/5 definitions]
and so forth followed by what one would expect. [1/2 definitions]
and so on followed by what one would expect. [1/2 definitions]
apple of one's eye a person or thing that one holds dear or cherishes.
ascot a wide scarf or necktie, tied so that one end lies flat on top of the other on the chest.
ashamed to have feelings of shame or embarrassment in connection with what one has or is associated with. [1/3 definitions]
asset a useful or desirable thing that one owns. [1/3 definitions]
at-home a usu. informal reception of visitors and guests at one's home.
at will at one's discretion, wish, or pleasure.
bagatelle a game played with balls and cues on a table with holes at one end. [1/3 definitions]
barrow1 a flat, rectangular frame used for carrying a load, supported by handles at each end or handles at one end and a wheel at the other; wheelbarrow.
basilica a large, oblong building of ancient Rome with a series of semicircular apses at one end, used as a public meeting hall or church. [1/2 definitions]
blasť unstimulated or unimpressed, usu. due to a feeling that one has already experienced more or better.
bluff2 in poker, to attempt to lead opponents into believing that one's hand is stronger than it really is by betting heavily on it, or that one's hand is weaker than it really is by betting very little on it. [2/6 definitions]
bogy something that disturbs or harasses or that one fears irrationally. [1/2 definitions]
bolt1 a strong metal fastening rod with a shaped head at one end and a blunt threaded screw at the other, used with a matching threaded nut. [1/14 definitions]