|according to age and experience||a.a.e.|
|(about women) experience menstruation, have monthly discharge of blood, get monthly period (Physiology), discharge menstrual blood||menstruate|
|(French) nail; cynosure, major point of interest; highlight (as the most memorable or outstanding feature, event, experience etc.)||clou|
|(Slang) barbiturate, depressing drug; depressing experience, bummer, gloomy person or thing, sedative drug||downer|
|20th century art movement stressing the expression of subjective experience rather than a literal representation of reality, art movement concentrating on expressing emotion, literary movement presenting stylized reality||expressionism|
|a craft carrying people or freight, act of transporting, conveyance; means of transporting (truck, ship, etc.), affect somebody with strong emotion, carry somebody or something, bear, transfer; deport, conveyance of somebody or something, experience or...||transport|
|ability to judge aesthetically, act of tasting, check flavor by eating; attempt, try, discern flavor, enjoy something, experience something, first experience, have particular flavor, liking for something, quality, sensation stimulated in taste buds, se...||taste|
|ability to perceive sounds that are not within the normal range of experience (i.e. voices of the dead)||clairaudience|
|absence of guilt, blue-eyed Mary, chastity, freedom from sin, harmlessness, ignorance, lack of worldly experience, lawfulness, quality of being innocent; freedom from sin or wrongdoing, purity; guiltlessness; naivete, simplicity, lack of sophistication||innocence|
|according to human experience, by human means; within the ability or experience of humankind; in a humane manner, in a way typical of humans, within the limits of human ability||humanly|
|acquaint with somebody else, bring in new species, bring in something new, cause to experience something new, give audience foretaste, insert, preface with something else, present for the first time; acquaint one person with another; bring to the notic...||introduce|
|acquire a burden, experience something unpleasant, meet with, bring upon oneself, become liable for (generally pertaining to something unpleasant or undesirable)||incur|
|acquired, not instinctual, highly educated, honorable, scholarly, erudite, knowledgeable, educated; familiar, known; gained through experience||learned|
|act of narrating, something narrated, soundtrack voiced by actor, telling of a story; account of; recounting of events; description of an experience; process of storytelling||narration|
|act of touching, advance hesitantly, be affected by something, be aware of something, believe something, cause particular sensation, examine something, experience something, grope, have sensation in body part, impression gained from touch, impression s...||feel|
|action that causes a fall, catch somebody in a mistake, cause a device to operate, drug-induced hallucination, error, experience drug effects, fall caused by catching the foot, free an anchor, go on a journey, intense interest, light step, make a mista...||trip|
|activity for three, group of three, group of three persons or items, pertaining to a group of three, sexual experience, type of golf game||threesome|
|add flavorings, cause somebody to gain experience, connected series of performances, dry out before use, enliven something, high season at resorts, moderate something, one of the four quarters of the year (winter, spring, summer, autumn); period of tim...||season|
|add light areas in, best part, contrasting pale area, emphasize, light streaks in hair, mark with highlighter, put streaks in, reflection, representative part, something prominent or memorable, particularly enjoyable experience or event, interesting or...||highlight|
|administrative body, holder of power, justification, legitimate power, obvious knowledge and experience, power given to somebody, control, jurisdiction, quality that is respected, right to command, source of precedent or principle, source of reliable i...||authority|
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