Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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footnote a note at the foot of a page or the end of a chapter that provides a comment or reference on the above or foregoing text. [4 definitions]
forfeit something demanded or given up as a penalty for neglect, misdeeds, or other failure to act as required by law, contract, or rules. [6 definitions]
fortify to provide with fortifications, as against military attack. [5 definitions]
four-footed having or walking on four feet; quadruped.
hotfoot a practical joke in which a match is secretly placed between the sole and upper of someone's shoe and is lit. [3 definitions]
hotfoot it to move away with haste on foot, usually to avoid trouble or danger.
meditate to think calmly, deeply, and at length; contemplate, muse, or ponder (sometimes fol. by "on" or "upon"). [3 definitions]
outdated unfashionable or obsolete; out of date.
outvote to defeat or outdo in voting.
retrofit to modify design, construction, or equipment (of an aircraft, automobile, or the like) that is already in service in order to include later improvements. [2 definitions]
tit for tat repayment in kind or in equal amount or degree, sometimes as retaliation or revenge.
titivate to make or become dapper or trim; spruce up.
titrate to determine the amount of a substance in (a solution) by adding a standard liquid reagent of known concentration and measuring the volume required to produce a specified reaction such as a change in color or form.
tuft a cluster or clump of long strands that are attached at one end and loose at the other, as of yarn, hair, or grass. [8 definitions]