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inhospitable of a place or climate, not offering shelter or a favorable condition or aspect; barren; forbidding. [1/2 definitions]
intricacy the state of being complex and involved in construction or aspect. [1/2 definitions]
logistics (used with a sing. or pl. verb) the aspect of military science relating to the procurement and distribution of equipment and supplies and the maintenance and transportation of troops. [1/2 definitions]
lopsided having one side or aspect that differs from the other in weight, size, or the like; unsymmetrical. [1/2 definitions]
marrow the central, most crucial part or aspect. [1/2 definitions]
medievalist a student or scholar of some aspect of medieval culture such as philosophy or art. [1/2 definitions]
neuter lacking a sexual aspect; asexual. [1/9 definitions]
outside that which appears to view; external aspect. [1/10 definitions]
peculiarity a distinctive or uncommon quality or aspect. [1/3 definitions]
perfect in grammar, denoting a verb tense or aspect that indicates that an action or state is completed, as in "They have arrived" or "We had parted." (Cf. progressive.) [1/7 definitions]
periphery the nonessential area or aspect of something. [1/2 definitions]
progressive in grammar, denoting a verb tense or aspect that indicates that an action or state continues or is repeated, as in "They are moving" or "I have been waiting"; imperfect. (Cf. perfect.) [1/8 definitions]
quantity the countable or measurable aspect of anything. [1/6 definitions]
ramification a consequence or related aspect of something; offshoot. [1/3 definitions]
reflect to show forth a particular aspect, as of a person's capability (usu. fol. by on). [1/7 definitions]
regard particular aspect; specified point. [1/8 definitions]
respect a detail, point, or aspect (usu. prec. by in). [1/7 definitions]
royal of or pertaining to any aspect of a monarchy. [1/5 definitions]
sextile the position or aspect of two celestial bodies that are sixty degrees apart.
side an aspect of something. [1/13 definitions]
sidebar a short article that highlights some aspect of the larger news story beside or near which it appears.