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boredom the state of being bored; dullness; ennui.
Bren gun a .303 caliber gas-operated submachine gun used by the British army in World War II.
bronchoscope a slender tubular instrument with an electric light, used for examining and treating the inside of the bronchi.
Bujumbura the capital of Burundi.
bunt3 a disease of wheat and other grain plants that is caused by fungi.
catalepsy a condition, often associated with epilepsy and schizophrenia, in which the body becomes numb and the limbs rigid, and the victim loses consciousness or fails to respond to external stimuli.
cavy any of a number of tailless or short-tailed rodents originally of South America, including the guinea pig, capybara, and agouti.
Celebes an Indonesian island east of Borneo; Sulawesi.
chain reaction in physics, a self-sustaining reaction in which the particles produced by nuclear fission cause the fission of other nuclei. [1/3 definitions]
chile variant of chili.
chiliburger a hamburger topped with chili.
chilidog a hot dog topped with chili.
chili pepper the strong, sharp-tasting pod of any of several varieties of a tropical pepper plant; chili.
chilli variant of chili.
coatimundi the coati.
cocozelle a summer squash that resembles zucchini.
corgi see Welsh corgi.
courgette (chiefly British) a cucumber-shaped vegetable with a smooth, dark green rind; a zucchini.
cover (informal) to protect someone from punishment or censure by providing an excuse or alibi. [1/13 definitions]
cover story (informal) a fictitious identity, purpose, or the like used to provide a plausible explanation for and conceal one's actual activities; alibi. [1/2 definitions]
D-day June 6, 1944, when the Allied forces invaded German-occupied France during World War II. [1/2 definitions]