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agitator one who incites unrest or controversy, esp. one who does so for pay or to further a political cause. [1/2 definitions]
ahead of further toward the front than. [1/3 definitions]
any some or one, without further specification. [1/7 definitions]
beachhead a position that allows for the possibility of further progress. [1/2 definitions]
be done with to have no further relationship or connection with; end.
beyond further on, along, or away. [1/6 definitions]
callback a request to a performer to return for further auditions. [1/3 definitions]
capital1 money or other wealth used to produce further wealth, as by investment. [1/10 definitions]
carry to extend further; continue. [1/16 definitions]
catch up to reach the same distance or level as another or others who are further ahead (usu. fol. by "to" or "with"). [1/2 definitions]
cinder a small piece of partially burned wood, coal, or the like that can burn further but without a flame. [1/4 definitions]
closed not open to further discussion or analysis. [1/6 definitions]
complacent contented with oneself or one's situation to a degree that prevents self-criticism, further progress, or appropriate response to signals of danger or risk. [1/2 definitions]
cook one's goose (informal) to cause one to lose further opportunity; ruin one's chances; doom one to failure or defeat.
cul-de-sac a condition in which further progress is impossible. [1/2 definitions]
else in addition; further. [1/4 definitions]
exploitation the using of advertising and promotional techniques to further one's ends. [1/3 definitions]
extend to make longer in size or duration, or to move (a deadline, due date, or the like) further ahead in time. [1/8 definitions]
fail-safe a point at which a military operation, esp. a bomber attack or counterattack, must halt pending further instruction. [1/5 definitions]
fellowship a grant or stipend given to scholars to further their studies. [1/4 definitions]
finality the quality or fact of allowing no further discussion or change. [1/2 definitions]