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acre (pl.) a large amount of land, or land in general. [1/2 definitions]
all in all with every factor taken into account; in general.
balladry ballads in general, or collectively. [1/2 definitions]
by and large in general; considering everything; primarily.
church organized religion in general. [1/6 definitions]
Coll. abbreviation of "College," a school or institution of higher learning, usu. providing education in general studies or liberal arts (used in a proper name).
college a school or institution of higher learning beyond the level of high school, usu. providing education in general studies or liberal arts. [1/3 definitions]
crash1 the sudden failure of a financial or other enterprise, or of the economy in general. [1/17 definitions]
crime illegal activity in general. [1/3 definitions]
cuisine a particular type of cooking, especially that of a particular region, or the food in general that is prepared in this way.
current in general use at the present time. [1/5 definitions]
deed (often pl.) one's actions in general, esp. as opposed to words. [1/4 definitions]
disinflation a decline of prices in general from an inflated to a more normal level. [1/2 definitions]
do without to go on with one's life or with one's activity without having something or someone that is important or desired, or to live without things in general.
earth the inhabitants of Earth in general. [1/4 definitions]
examine to inspect (a body or body part), esp. in order to ascertain general health or cause of illness. [1/4 definitions]
folk (usu. pl.) people in general. [1/6 definitions]
Homo sapiens the scientific name for human beings or for mankind in general.
hue1 color in general. [1/3 definitions]
indulgent indulging or being inclined to indulge others' wishes rather than declining them, or rather than enforcing discipline or strictness in general. [1/2 definitions]
intifada (Arabic) used most often to refer to the uprising begun by Palestinian Arabs in 1987 to protest Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Literally meaning "shaking off," the term can also be used in general to refer to an uprising or revolt.