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acquaintance personal familiarity; knowledge. [1/3 definitions]
acquainted having personal knowledge or familiarity (often fol. by with).
address personal manner of conversing with others. [1/9 definitions]
ad hominem to the man (Latin). Appealing to a personal interest, emotion, or prejudice rather than to rationality. [1/2 definitions]
affair a personal matter or concern. [1/6 definitions]
anomie a personal feeling of not being part of, or responsible to, society. [1/3 definitions]
auteur a director whose films display a distinctive personal style. [1/2 definitions]
auteurism a type of film criticism in which the works of a given director, regarded as the primary creator of a film, are examined to reveal nuances of personal style.
baby (informal) something of personal concern or pride. [1/11 definitions]
barracks bag a large cylindrical bag of heavy cloth, usu. with a drawstring, used to contain a soldier's personal belongings; duffel bag.
blind trust certain personal assets, such as stocks, placed under the confidential management of an independent trustee, as in an effort to avoid conflict of interest during one's term of public office. [1/2 definitions]
blog shortened from "Web log," an online journal that may be personal or topical, in which the author makes regular entries that appear in reverse chronological order and can be read by the general public. [1/2 definitions]
bonding the formation of close personal relationships, as between family members or friends.
breast the bosom, when considered the center of emotion or personal conviction. [1/6 definitions]
bureaucrat an official in a government office, esp. one who follows rules and routines rather than personal judgment.
business a duty, concern, or appropriate personal interest. [1/8 definitions]
card1 a small piece of thick paper, cardboard, or plastic printed with personal data such as name and address and used as identification. [1/4 definitions]
cash crop a crop grown for sale to others rather than for personal use.
categorical imperative the claims of personal conscience in respect to a particular ethical choice.
censor one who examines personal correspondence of soldiers or prisoners in order to delete information considered a threat to security or propriety. [1/6 definitions]
charismatic having unusually strong personal allure or appeal; marked by charisma. [1/3 definitions]