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Adam's apple the projection at the front of the human throat formed by the largest cartilage of the larynx, visible esp. in men.
alarm any audible or visible warning, esp. by mechanical, electric, or other means. [1/5 definitions]
annual ring one of the concentric rings of wood visible in a cross section of a tree representing the layer of growth from one year.
annular eclipse an eclipse of the sun in which a ring-shaped portion of the sun remains visible around the moon.
apparent visible, plain, or clearly seen. [1/3 definitions]
apparently judging from all available information or visible evidence; seemingly. [1/2 definitions]
appear to come into view; become visible. [1/5 definitions]
auricle the visible, projecting portion of the ear. [1/3 definitions]
backstage to or in the areas of a theater stage that are not visible to the audience, esp. the wings and dressing rooms. [3/4 definitions]
bony having protruding or visible bones; gaunt. [1/4 definitions]
Bunraku a traditional form of Japanese puppet theater, that uses large wooden puppets manipulated by visible puppeteers who are dressed in black.
clear free of visible impurities, blurriness, or flaws. [1/22 definitions]
cloud a visible body, usu. white or gray, of fine water droplets high in the earth's atmosphere. [1/8 definitions]
color the visible aspect of an object, other than form or size, that depends on the hue, chroma, or brightness of light that it reflects or emits. [1/11 definitions]
contrail a visible trail of moisture condensed into water drops or ice crystals, formed in the wake of a high-flying plane or rocket; vapor trail.
crown the enamel covering over the visible part of a tooth. [1/21 definitions]
develop in photography, to treat (exposed film) chemically so as to create a visible image. [1/10 definitions]
dim-out the dimming or restricted use of light at night, as in a city or on a ship in order to be less visible to enemy aircraft.
disappear to become no longer visible. [1/3 definitions]
disclose to make visible or apparent. [1/2 definitions]
dominant highly visible or commanding. [1/4 definitions]