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armature a coil-wrapped iron core that rotates in a magnetic field to induce electrical current in a generator, or that produces motion in an electrical motor when current is passed through it. [2/4 definitions]
bone marrow the the soft fatty tissue at the core of most bones, where many types of blood cells form and mature before entering the blood stream.
Broadway a major north-south New York City street, part of which is the core of the theater district in midtown. [1/2 definitions]
cadre in the military, a core group of experienced personnel who can set up and train a new unit. [1/2 definitions]
control rod a rod or bar in a nuclear reactor that contains a neutron-absorbing material, and that is lowered into or raised from the core to control the fission chain reaction.
core to remove the core of, esp. fruit. [1/4 definitions]
corncob the woody core that bears the kernels in an ear of corn. [1/2 definitions]
electromagnet a magnet in which an iron or steel core is magnetized by the electric current in the coil of insulated wire wound around it.
essential of or pertaining to the essence or core; not reducible. [1/4 definitions]
essentially at the core; when the most important part is considered.
heart the core. [1/8 definitions]
kernel the most central part of something; core; nucleus. [1/4 definitions]
mantle the layer of the earth that lies between the crust and the core. [1/9 definitions]
medulla bone marrow, or a similar substance forming the inner core of other anatomical organs such as the adrenal glands or the kidneys. [1/3 definitions]
meltdown an accident in a nuclear reactor in which the radioactive core melts because of insufficient cooling, leading to the escape of radiation.
pencil an implement for writing, drawing, or marking that consists of a slender core of graphite, carbon, crayon, or the like, usu. enclosed in or held by a cylinder of wood, plastic, or metal. [1/4 definitions]
root1 the basis; core; origin. [1/10 definitions]
stele the central core of vascular tissue in plant stems and roots. [1/3 definitions]
stuff the core or essential element or quality of something. [1/10 definitions]
subject matter the core or substance of that which is being examined or discussed.