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brigantine a two-masted sailing vessel with square-rigged sails on the front mast and a fore-and-aft mainsail.
Bund a U.S. pro-Nazi association in the 1930s and 1940s. [1/2 definitions]
butt2 to connect or juxtapose (two things) end-to-end. [1/5 definitions]
caisson a two-wheeled wagon for transporting artillery shells. [1/2 definitions]
cariole a small open two-wheeled carriage drawn by one horse. [1/2 definitions]
carousel a merry-go-round. [1/2 definitions]
cart a heavy, two-wheeled, open vehicle drawn by horse, mule, or oxen and used to transport goods. [2/6 definitions]
Celt a member of any of the Indo-European peoples whose language is Celtic, such as the Irish, Scottish Highlanders, Welsh, or Bretons, or a descendant thereof.
Celtic a group of Indo-European languages that includes Irish and Scots Gaelic and Manx in one branch and the Brythonic languages in another. [1/2 definitions]
chaise a lightweight, two-wheeled carriage drawn by one horse. [1/3 definitions]
chariot in ancient times, a two-wheeled horse-drawn vehicle driven from a standing position. [1/3 definitions]
clerk an official responsible for keeping records and doing the day-to-day work of a legislature or law court. [1/4 definitions]
close quarters close proximity, esp. in hand-to-hand combat. [1/2 definitions]
col-2 variant of colo-.
combining form a word form that appears only in combination with other word parts, such as "biblio-".
congress (cap.) a two-year session of the U.S. House of Representatives, with the same members throughout. [1/7 definitions]
conversion in football, a one-point kick or a two-point play scored following a touchdown; extra point; point after touchdown. [1/6 definitions]
Coptic the Afro-Asiatic language of ancient Egypt now extinct except for ritual use in the Coptic Church. [1/3 definitions]
coupé a two-door automobile that is smaller than a sedan; coupe. [1/2 definitions]
coupe a two-door automobile that is smaller than a sedan. [1/2 definitions]
court plaster a small piece of fabric coated on one side with isinglass and glycerin or some other adhesive, formerly used on the skin to protect cuts or scratches or for cosmetic purposes in the form of so-called beauty spots.