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Abraham Lincoln the 16th President of the United States (1861-1865), who was Commander-in-Chief of the Union troops during the American Civil War and who signed the Emancipation Proclamation, thus bringing an end to slavery in the United States (b.1809--d.1865).
agelong lasting for an age or ages.
angel food cake a light white sponge cake made of beaten egg whites, cream of tartar, flour, and sugar.
angelica any of several types of related plants having clusters of small flowers and a distinctive aroma, often used in cookery and medicine.
angle1 the geometric figure made by two lines extending out from a single point. [10 definitions]
angle2 to fish with hook and line. [2 definitions]
angling the act, process, or sport of fishing with hook and line.
bengaline a heavy, corded fabric with crosswise ribs of coarse silk, wool, or synthetics, woven with wool or cotton.
bungle to perform badly or incompetently; botch. [3 definitions]
changeling a baby secretly substituted for another.
congeal of a fluid or soft substance, to thicken or make solid, esp. by cooling or freezing. [2 definitions]
dangle to hang loosely, esp. with a swinging motion. [3 definitions]
finagle (informal) to use underhanded, indirect, or tricky techniques to achieve one's goal. [3 definitions]
gallonage amount or capacity measured in gallons.
incline to move from or be angled away from a vertical or horizontal position; slant. [5 definitions]
inglenook a corner, or a bench therein, for sitting by a recessed fireplace.
inkling a vague or partial idea or understanding. [2 definitions]
jangle to emit a harsh, unmelodious sound, as of chains striking something. [4 definitions]
landline a telephone or other telecommunications device that is connected to the public network by a wire cable, or a telephone service connected by such cables. [2 definitions]
ledger line a short line placed above or below a musical staff to accommodate notes beyond the range of the staff.