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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.
silver lining an aspect of positive encouragement in an otherwise gloomy or unfortunate circumstance.