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chandelier a light fixture, often decorative, suspended from a ceiling and bearing multiple lights.
colorfast having color that will not fade even with exposure to sun or multiple washings.
common denominator a number that is a common multiple of the denominators of more than one fraction. [1/2 definitions]
day lily any of several wild and cultivated varieties of lily whose multiple, trumpet-shaped flowers each bloom for a single day.
dissociation in a human being, the abnormal separation of a group of mental activities from ordinary consciousness, as in one afflicted with amnesia or multiple personalities. [1/2 definitions]
duple in music, having two or occasionally a multiple of two beats per measure. [1/2 definitions]
great white shark any of the family of large predatory fishes of the world's temperate coastal regions that has a white underbelly, multiple rows of rotating teeth, and an average size of 13 feet (4 m.) in length and 4000 pounds (1814 kg.) in weight.
manifold to make multiple copies of (something written or typed). [1/6 definitions]
MIRV a long-range ballistic missile that has several warheads, each of which can be directed separately, either as to target or as to time of release (acronym for "multiple independently targeted reentry vehicle").
MS2 abbreviation of "multiple sclerosis," a degenerative disease of the nervous system in which nerve cells of the brain or spinal cord lose their myelin sheaths, resulting in hardening of the neural tissue, speech difficulties, and loss of muscular coordination.
multangular having many or multiple angles, as certain bones of the wrist.
multidecadal referring to or occurring on a time scale of multiple decades.
multiplex having many parts or elements; multiple. [1/5 definitions]
multiplicity the condition of being multiple or various. [1/2 definitions]
multiply2 in a multiple manner.
oak-leaf cluster a small bronze or silver cluster of oak leaves and acorns worn on the ribbon of a medal to signify multiple awardings of the same medal.
operating system in computing, the software that controls and manages all aspects of a computer's operation, including the execution of application programs; the functioning of computer hardware; data input and output; the timing of and allocation of resources to the execution of multiple, simultaneous tasks; the physical storage and location of data; and computer security. Users interact with the operating system though a graphical user interface.
polycarpic having a pistil with multiple ovaries. [1/2 definitions]
quantum theory a theory in physics that energy radiates or is absorbed in discontinuous quantities, each a multiple of indivisible units or quanta.
seraglio in a Muslim palace or house, a secluded court with multiple rooms, such as a harem. [1/2 definitions]
username in computing, a name, usually an alphanumeric string of characters, that allows a user to gain access to a computer system or network with multiple users.