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-one a ketone, or a related or similar chemical compound containing oxygen.
adequate sufficient in quantity; enough. [3 definitions]
anteater any of several toothless mammals such as the aardvark and pangolin that feed mainly on ants or termites by means of a long, sticky tongue.
antiquate to make obsolete or old-fashioned.
en garde on guard (French); the opening position in fencing from which one must either attack or defend. [2 definitions]
enquire variant of inquire.
equate to make or consider to be equal or equivalent.
equator the imaginary circle around the earth's globe equidistant from both the North and South Poles. [2 definitions]
inadequate insufficient or below standard.
inequity lack of fairness; injustice. [2 definitions]
insert to put or cause to be put in, into, or within. [2 definitions]
inverter that which inverts or converts to an opposite, esp. an electric converter for transforming direct current into alternating current.
negate to render ineffective or invalid; nullify. [2 definitions]
Newgate a prison in London that was razed in 1902.
on guard alert and prepared.
one being single in number. [11 definitions]
quarter a fraction equal to one fourth of a whole. [15 definitions]
uncute combined form of cute.
uneager combined form of eager.
unequaled having no equal; peerless; matchless.