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3-D a method or medium for producing or showing images in, or as if in, three dimensions. [1/2 definitions]
admiral any of a family of brightly colored, medium to large-sized butterflies, found worldwide. [1/2 definitions]
Alpine in anthropology, a physical type of Caucasians with a medium complexion and stocky build. [1/4 definitions]
altocumulus a cloud having rounded, fluffy edges and a white or gray color, found at medium altitudes.
altostratus a thick dense cloud that forms a uniform gray sheet that often produces precipitation, found at medium altitudes.
amontillado a pale, medium dry Spanish sherry.
auburn a medium brown or reddish brown color.
blackout a cessation of operations of a communications medium. [1/4 definitions]
Brownian motion the random movement of microscopic particles in a fluid medium, resulting from collision with molecules of the surrounding medium; Brownian movement.
brown recluse spider a highly poisonous, medium-sized brown spider that has a dark, violin-shaped mark on its body.
censor to delete or omit (part of a written text or other medium) as a censor. [1/6 definitions]
chow2 a stocky, medium-sized dog of Chinese origin that has a thick red or black coat, a blackish tongue, and a tail that curls over the back.
colorado of cigars, medium in strength and color.
conductance the ability of a conductor or medium to transmit electrical current. (Cf. resistance.)
conduction the transmission or transfer, as of heat, electrical charges, or nervous impulses, through a medium. [1/2 definitions]
crappie either of two medium-sized members of the sunfish family, found in streams and lakes in the central and eastern United States.
cruiser a medium-sized, fast warship with a great range. [1/4 definitions]
Cuban heel a heel of medium height and width, slightly tapered in back, used on some women's shoes.
culture to grow or produce (microscopic organisms) in a special medium. [1/8 definitions]
cyberspace the electronic medium of globally networked computers, esp. when conceived of as a three-dimensional space where online communication and transactions take place.
drive a device that allows a computer to copy data to and from a disc, DVD, or other storage medium, consisting of a motor and heads for finding and copying data. [1/17 definitions]