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hackney (often cap.) a horse of English breed with a high-stepping gait. [1/4 definitions]
herbage green, soft-stemmed vegetation, esp. as used for grazing. [1/2 definitions]
herpesvirus any of a family (Herpesviridae) of double-stranded DNA viruses, including viruses that cause herpes simplex, chicken pox, and shingles. [1/2 definitions]
high-speed designed to travel or operate at higher-than-standard speeds.
hyper (informal) excitable; high-strung.
jump-start the act or an instance of jump-starting a car. [1/2 definitions]
junk2 a high-sterned, flat-bottomed boat of Chinese origin, driven by square sails.
log cabin a small, simple, typically one-storied dwelling made from logs.
major scale in music, a scale of whole steps, with two half-steps that occur between the third and fourth and seventh and eighth steps.
messenger RNA a single-stranded molecule of ribonucleic acid that carries a code from the DNA, where it is synthesized, to the cytoplasm, where it specifies the sequence of amino acids required for protein synthesis.
mezzanine a low-storied floor located in between two full floors of a building, sometimes serving as a balcony. [1/2 definitions]
minor in music, designating an interval that is less by a semitone or half-step than the corresponding major interval. [1/7 definitions]
minor scale any diatonic musical scale in which there is a half-step between the second and third tones of the corresponding major scale.
moss any of numerous small, leafy-stemmed, flowerless green plants that grow in mats on rocks, trees, and moist ground. [1/3 definitions]
mozzarella a mild white cheese used for melting in many Italian-style foods.
naproxin a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), sold under the brand name Aleve, that relieves fever, pain, swelling and stiffness.
national sovereignty the right or power of a nation-state to govern itself, with independence from outside control.
Notre Dame de Paris a renowned cathedral in Paris, France, generally known simply as "Notre Dame." Construction of the Gothic-style cathedral began in the twelfth century.
NSAID a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug, such as aspirin and ibuprofen.
one-step to dance the one-step. [1/3 definitions]
paso doble a lively two-step, esp. one done to Latin American music. [1/2 definitions]