|blind with gathered panels||Austrian blind|
|(Architecture) sunken panel; ceiling or arch decorated with sunken panels, ceiling with sunken panels, of bodily cavities, of or pertaining to a lacuna; incomplete, having gaps or missing parts; pitted, having cavities (Anatomy), sunken panel in a ceiling||lacunar|
|1st part of large intestine, blind gut, caecum, sealed intestinal pouch (Anatomy)||cecum|
|a collection of things held together, a lot of money, band of parallel tissues, gather together, bind together; make into a bundle, package, number of objects that have been gathered together; package, set of computer equipment:, shove somebody or some...||bundle|
|a trademark for a jacket of nylon or other wind-resistant fabric, usually gathered at the waist and wrist, and sometimes with a hood||Windbreaker|
|able to be harvested, able to be gathered in||harvestable|
|accumulate, collect, amass; be accumulated, be amassed, collect in round mass, form a mass, heaped, stacked, gathered in a mass, clustered, jumbled collection, volcanic rock||agglomerate|
|accumulation or supply that has been carefully gathered and set aside in a safe place, stockpile, store; treasure, collect, amass, stockpile (i.e. food, money, etc.), secret store, store a supply of something||hoard|
|accumulative, collective, gathered||agglomerative|
|adorned with beads; gathered in small drops (of liguid)||beaded|
|advance by shoving, ancient stringed instrument, audience or spectators, fill or pack something, gather together, group together; press in, herd or cram, large group of things, people gathered together, press near somebody, pressure somebody, public; l...||crowd|
|amass, gather, collect; be gathered, be collected||accumulate|
|amassed, gathered; collected||accumulated|
|amaze somebody, blind with bright light; amaze, impress, fascinate, deprive of sight temporarily, light that dazzles, sparkle; something which dazzles||dazzle|
|amaze; bewilder; blind with something bright, impress somebody greatly, interrupt vision with light||bedazzle|
|angry look, be unpleasantly bright, black ice, excessive brightness, gaudy ornamentation, look angrily, media spotlight, radiance, brilliance; blinding light; piercing look; angry look, shine, flash; dazzle, blind; stare in an angry manner, stare at pi...||glare|
|armchair with side panels||wing chair|
|ask somebody questions, meeting at which a person is evaluated through questioning (as for a job); meeting at which information is gathered by a reporter, press conference, meeting for asking questions, perform in an interview, question formally, evalu...||interview|
|assembled, gathered; divided into groups; classified, sorted||grouped|
|assembly, board, group of people (gathered to advise, plan, etc.), church assembly, committee, council meeting, meeting for discussion, people running local affairs||council|
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