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absolute zero the lowest possible temperature for any known substance, equal to -273.15 degrees Celsius or -459.67 degrees Fahrenheit.
all most or greatest possible. [1/12 definitions]
ambiguous having two or more possible meanings or interpretations. [1/2 definitions]
ASAP abbreviation of "as soon as possible" (sometimes pronounced as an acronym.)
atom an invisible component of any element, consisting of protons, neutrons, and electrons, once considered the smallest possible unit of matter. [1/2 definitions]
at worst under the worst possible circumstances; in the worst possible case or from the worst perspective.
best-case scenario the best possible way that things could proceed from a particular point on.
bowline a rope used to keep the weather edge of a square sail pulled forward and the sail as flat as possible when sailing close-hauled. [1/2 definitions]
by all odds in every conceivable or possible way; undoubtedly.
by any means in any way possible; somehow.
by hook in any possible way, using any possible means.
change ringing the art of ringing a harmoniously tuned set of bells or chimes in every possible sequence without repetition.
checkmate in the game of chess, a winning maneuver in which the opponent's king piece is brought under direct attack and from which escape is not possible. [2/3 definitions]
chock as close as possible. [1/3 definitions]
chuck-a-luck a gambling game in which players bet on the possible values of three rolled dice.
clean room an enclosed space kept as free as possible of any contaminants such as dust or germs, as for the production of highly sensitive precision parts.
close-hauled with the sails trimmed very flat for sailing as close as possible to the wind.
confidence game any swindle made possible by first gaining the confidence of the victim; con game; con.
confidence trick (chiefly British) any swindle made possible by first gaining the confidence of the victim; confidence game; con game; con.
contingency a future event that is possible but not likely. [2/3 definitions]
could used to express that there was ability to do something in the past, or that an action or state was possible in the past. [2/4 definitions]