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all-round all-around.
all-star a player on an all-star team. [1/2 definitions]
almighty having absolute power; all-powerful, as a deity. [1/3 definitions]
APB a general bulletin or alert sent to many law-enforcement agencies; all-points bulletin.
ATV abbreviation of "all-terrain vehicle," a small motor vehicle, usu. with three or four wheels, that is designed for use on various types of terrain.
ball-and-socket joint a skeletal joint in which the ball-shaped end of a bone, often part of a limb, fits into and rotates quite freely within the hollow, spherical socket of another bone. [1/2 definitions]
ball joint a mechanical joint, often found in tools and machines, in which the ball-shaped end of a rod or pipe is fitted into a hollow socket, enabling the inserted part to rotate freely in any direction.
bantam (often cap.) a member of a small-sized breed of chicken, sometimes the miniature version of a larger breed. [1/3 definitions]
BASIC a simplified computer language (acronym for "beginner's all-purpose symbolic instruction code").
big brother (cap.) in the 1948 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell, an invisible but all-seeing and omnipotent force representing totalitarian government. [1/3 definitions]
blockbusting the renting or selling of property to a black person in an all-white neighborhood. [1/3 definitions]
boule2 a round, ball-like loaf of bread with a somewhat flattened top, traditionally French. [1/3 definitions]
bulwark a wall or wall-like structure, often made of earth and used for defense; rampart. [1/4 definitions]
carport a roofed, wall-less shelter for an automobile, usu. attached to a house or other building.
catholic all-encompassing or wide-ranging. [1/3 definitions]
comprehensive wide or all-inclusive in range or scope. [1/3 definitions]
condyle a rounded projection on the end of one bone that fits into a hollow at the facing end of the next bone, forming a ball-and-socket joint.
cookie a small, sweet, flat or ball-shaped cake baked from stiff dough. [1/4 definitions]
cottage industry a small-scale industry in which products are made, created, or assembled in the workers' homes rather than in factories or offices. [1/2 definitions]
Dixieland an early style of small-group jazz, characterized by a strict two-beat rhythm and by improvised ensemble and solo playing. [1/2 definitions]
exhaustive thorough and all-encompassing. [1/2 definitions]