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accidental in music, a symbol that indicates that a note should be played or sung one or two semitones higher or lower than is otherwise indicated. In most cases, the pitch is to be raised or lowered by one half step, as from F natural to F sharp. [1/5 definitions]
alight1 to step down or dismount, usu. from a conveyance. [1/2 definitions]
anarchism a theory that advocates the abolition of all forms of government as a necessary step towards achieving political and social liberty. [1/2 definitions]
back-step a step taken backwards. [1/2 definitions]
begin to perform the first step in a process; start. [3/6 definitions]
bestride to cross or step over with long strides. [1/3 definitions]
bounce to walk with a springy step. [1/10 definitions]
chassť a swift gliding dance step to the side or front. [1/2 definitions]
counterstep combined form of step.
degree a stage or step, esp. as part of a course of action or process. [1/6 definitions]
diminished of a musical interval or chord, lower by a semitone or half step.
doorstep a step or series of steps leading up to an outside door.
flat1 in music, lowered half a step in pitch. (Cf. sharp.) [2/17 definitions]
footprint an outline or indentation created by pressing the foot on a surface, such as a step in wet sand or a muddy print left by a shoe.
footstep a single step with the foot, or the sound it makes. [4 definitions]
frit to fuse (materials) as a step in making glass, ceramics, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
generation a level or single step in an ancestral hierarchy. [1/4 definitions]
get on to mount, board, or step onto. [1/2 definitions]
glissade in dance, a gliding step. [1/3 definitions]
goose step a marching step in which the legs are swung high and the knees kept stiff and straight.
half step a march step that is fifteen inches long in quick time and eighteen inches in double time. [1/2 definitions]