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bracket creep (informal) an increase in income leading to one's placement in a higher tax bracket, sometimes resulting in a net decrease in income as a result of higher tax rates and inflation.
cap1 a cover resembling a cap in shape, use, or placement, such as the cap on a bottle or tube. [1/9 definitions]
cheek anything resembling a human cheek in its form or placement. [1/3 definitions]
cramped lacking room or space, as for movement or placement.
deployment an act of deploying, esp. the placement of military forces in preparation for combat.
disposal an arrangement or placement; disposition. [1/4 definitions]
disposition placement or distribution, as of troops on a battlefield. [1/6 definitions]
exposure placement or location in reference to sun, wind, or compass direction. [1/5 definitions]
fenestration in architecture, the placement and design of the windows and other openings in a building. [1/2 definitions]
feng shui the Chinese art of creating harmony in one's environment through placement of objects in a building or in space generally such that the natural flow and balance of chi, or vital energy, is maintained.
footing the secure placement of the feet, esp. while in motion. [1/4 definitions]
mainstreaming the placement of persons who are disabled, mentally handicapped, or otherwise disadvantaged into regular school classes, jobs, and the like.
maneuver to make a tactical change in the placement of (troops or military vehicles). [1/8 definitions]
misstep a mistaken placement of the foot. [1/2 definitions]
palm1 any of various objects, parts, or measures that are analogous to or based on the placement or size of the palm. [1/4 definitions]
peak to reach a point of highest intensity, achievement, value, placement, or the like. [1/7 definitions]
sight to determine the exact placement of by using a surveying or navigating device. [1/11 definitions]
skew an angled movement, course, or placement. [1/6 definitions]
touchpad a device, as on portable computers, consisting of a flat, touch-sensitive surface that is used to position a pointer on a computer screen. Moving one's finger or stylus against the surface of the device allows the movement and placement of the pointer.
up in a vertical position or placement. [1/35 definitions]