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armament (usu. pl.) the total military might of a country, including weapons and supplies. [1/4 definitions]
bindle (slang, old-fashioned) a bundle of possessions carried by a hobo, usually including bedding. Traditionally, a bindle might be tied to a stick and carried over the shoulder.
catch basin a receptacle at the entry to a sewer designed to trap any matter that might block drainage.
clear the decks to prepare for combat or some other activity by eliminating anything that might interfere.
club a place where such an association might meet regularly, or where members are allowed to spend time and use facilities. [1/7 definitions]
collector's item an object that might have especial value or interest for a collector, usu. because it is rare or unusual.
creepy of or causing a feeling of anxiety, fear, or revulsion similar to that which might be produced by something creeping on one's skin. [1/3 definitions]
curse an expression of a desire that someone or something might suffer lasting misfortune, or, in tales of magic, a spell that brings lasting misfortune. [2/9 definitions]
dark-horse of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a contestant or candidate that might win unexpectedly.
deify to worship, adore, glorify, or idealize as one might a god. [1/2 definitions]
disconnect a disparity or lack of connection where agreement or strong relationship might be expected. [1/3 definitions]
dread to think used to express worry or fear with respect to what might happen or be possible under certain circumstances.
emblazon to display or inscribe in a prominent manner as one might a coat of arms. [1/5 definitions]
eventuality something that might happen; contingent occurrence.
generous larger than average; more than might be expected; abundant. [1/4 definitions]
grasp at a straw to seek anything, no matter how flimsy, that might save one from a predicament.
grasp at straws to seek anything, no matter how flimsy, that might save one from a predicament.
immune not affected by something that does or might affect others. [1/3 definitions]
indulgent allowing and accepting where others might be critical or unaccepting (usu. fol. by "of"). [1/2 definitions]
lifeguard a person employed to watch over a swimming area and rescue anyone who might be drowning.
life-support system a system of equipment, esp. in a hospital, that keeps a person alive when he or she might otherwise die. [1/2 definitions]