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alligator either of two large crocodilian reptiles found in China and the southeastern United States and distinguished by their short broad snouts.
animal a living creature that is generally distinguished from plants by its cellular structure and by the ability to move voluntarily. [1/5 definitions]
archimandrite in the Eastern Church, a title bestowed on distinguished priests. [1/2 definitions]
beast any four-footed mammal, esp. as distinguished from humans or from birds and invertebrates. [1/3 definitions]
belles-lettres (used with a sing. verb) elegant or polished writing; literature regarded as having an aesthetic function, as distinguished from informative or persuasive writing.
central city the city at about the center of a metropolitan area, as distinguished from suburbs and smaller towns.
Christian name one's given or baptismal name, as distinguished from one's family name.
civil of or concerning the daily activities of citizens as distinguished from those of the church or the military. [1/4 definitions]
corpus the principal or capital of a fund, investment, or the like, as distinguished from the income or interest. [1/4 definitions]
definition the state or condition of being defined, sharply outlined, or clearly distinguished. [1/3 definitions]
denotation an explicit, agreed-upon meaning of a word, as distinguished from connotation. (Cf. connotation.) [1/3 definitions]
DFC abbreviation of "Distinguished Flying Cross."
discernible able to be perceived or distinguished.
discriminable able to be differentiated, distinguished, or discriminated.
distingué having an impressive or distinguished manner or appearance.
DSC abbreviation of "Distinguished Service Cross."
ego the self, as distinguished from other persons and the external world. [1/5 definitions]
eminent outstanding in position or achievement; prominent; distinguished. [1/3 definitions]
epigram a short terse poem, distinguished by wit and irony. [1/2 definitions]
equitable in law, pertaining to or applying in the equity courts, as distinguished from courts of the common law. [1/2 definitions]
folk (used with a pl. verb) (often pl.) a specific group of people, distinguished by common nationality, background, or style of life. [1/6 definitions]