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all-star a player on an all-star team. [1/2 definitions]
American Beauty a type of hybrid rose that bears long-stemmed red flowers.
ancient Rome a civilization cultivated by the city-state of Rome from the 8th century B.C.E. through its development as a republic and its collapse as an empire in the 5th century A.D.
beauty salon an establishment that offers a full range of beauty and grooming services, including hair-styling, manicures, and facials.
bubble memory a solid-state computer device that stores information, coded into binary digits, in microscopic magnetized areas in sheets, as of garnet.
cactus a leafless, fleshy-stemmed, often prickly plant that grows in hot, dry regions of America.
cakewalk a high-strutting, marchlike dance done in competition for the prize of a cake, awarded to the most intricate or unusual performance. [1/5 definitions]
calumet a long-stemmed, decorated tobacco pipe used by North American Indians in ceremonies, esp. promoting peace and friendship; peace pipe.
cam in machinery, a noncircular disc or cylinder that, when rotated, imparts an up-and-down or start-and-stop motion to a connected part.
campanile a bell tower, esp. a free-standing one near another building such as a church.
cane the stalk of a large, hard-stemmed grass, such as bamboo, or the plant itself. [1/7 definitions]
Carthage an ancient Phoenician city-state founded in the ninth century B.C. near the site of modern Tunis and destroyed in 146 B.C. by the Romans.
cat burglar a burglar who gains entry through upper windows, roof doors, and the like; second-story man.
cello a large four-stringed instrument of the violin family with a pitch lower than that of the viola but higher than that of the double bass; violoncello.
churchwarden a long-stemmed smoking pipe made of clay. [1/3 definitions]
cliff dweller (informal) a person who lives in a many-storied urban apartment house. [1/2 definitions]
cross-stitch to sew or embroider in cross-stitches. [1/3 definitions]
double-stop the two tones produced by playing a double-stop, or their graphic representation; chord. [1/2 definitions]
easel a free-standing frame for holding an artist's canvas, blackboard, or the like.
flint a piece of this stone, esp. as used in guns or fire-starting. [1/3 definitions]
hackney (often cap.) a horse of English breed with a high-stepping gait. [1/4 definitions]