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apple a firm round fruit with succulent white flesh and a red, green, or yellow skin. [1/3 definitions]
Articles of Confederation a document created in 1781 that served as a set of guidelines for governing the newly formed United States of America. The Articles of Confederation created a "firm league of friendship" among the thirteen original states and maintained the majority of power in states' hands. It was replaced by the U.S. Constitution in 1789.
believe to have a firm conviction or belief, often of a religious nature. [1/4 definitions]
clench a tight hold; firm grasp. [1/5 definitions]
clutch1 to keep in a firm grasp; hold tightly; grip. [2/9 definitions]
Co.1 abbreviation of "Company," a business firm (used in a proper name).
company a business firm. [1/7 definitions]
concern a business firm. [1/6 definitions]
confirm to make strong or firm. [1/4 definitions]
counsel (used with a sing. or pl. verb) an attorney, attorneys, or a law firm engaged to give legal advice or representation in court. [1/6 definitions]
crisp firm but brittle, as a cracker. [2/7 definitions]
crispy firm and fresh, as some vegetables. [1/2 definitions]
depositary a person or firm that is given responsibility for something; trustee. [1/2 definitions]
determine to firmly decide on a course of action, or to cause one to make a firm decision; resolve. [1/6 definitions]
est.1 abbreviation of "established," found or brought into being on a firm or stable basis.
establish to found or bring into being on a firm or stable basis. [1/3 definitions]
establishment a business firm or the place where it is located. [1/4 definitions]
fastness the quality or state of being fixed or firm; firmness. [1/3 definitions]
firm1 to make or become firm. [1/6 definitions]
fix to become firm, rigid, or stable. [1/13 definitions]
flabby not firm; soft; flaccid. [1/2 definitions]