|cheater, swindler, one who defrauds, insignificant lawyer, somebody who argues over details||pettifogger|
|(Grammar) fundamental part of a sentence that contains a verb and provides details about the subject of a sentence (such as attributes, action, etc.), assert something about subject of statement, base on, found on; establish, set; ascribe, base somethi...||predicate|
|(in Journalism) framed story, story or news item that is related and complementary to a main news story, judge-lawyer discussion, supplementary news story||sidebar|
|(Law) advocate, defense lawyer; claimant, one who enters a plea; claim, suit||pleader|
|a cut, act or sound of snipping, cut using small strokes, cut with scissors; clip, cut off, cutting with scissors; small cut made with scissors; small piece that has been cut off; little bit; young or insignificant person (Informal); disrespectful pers...||snip|
|A trade is settled out by the seller delivering securities and the buyer delivering funds in proper form. A trade that does not clear is said to fail. Comparison of the details of a transaction between broker/dealers prior to settlement; final exchange...||Clear|
|accomplished, fastidious and fussy, good-looking, kind, kind; pleasant to look at; good, virtuous; gentle, subtle; skillful; fastidious, particular about small details (older usage)||nice|
|act as a strikebreaker, cheater; strikebreaker, disease of farm animals, disease of oilseed rape, gambler who cheats, potato disease, scab, somebody who works during strike||blackleg|
|act of expelling a lawyer from the legal profession||disbarment|
|act of making decorative needlework, addition of fictitious details, decorative designs created with ornamental needlework; something embroidered, something with decorative needlework||embroidery|
|adapt to a novel; create a novel from a true story (often adding fictional details), convert fact into fiction, convert movie into novel||novelize|
|adaptation to a novel; creation of a novel out of a true story (often with the addition of fictional details)||novelization|
|add fictitious or exaggerated details to, add to melody, adorn, beautify, ornament, decorate, beautify something||embellish|
|add name to ballot, write details in form, write to an organization||write in|
|administer details in a meticulous manner; supervise in a controlling way, attend to small details in management||micromanage|
|administrator in court of law, bureaucrat, minor office worker; recorder, book-keeper; salesperson; member of the clergy, cleric, court legal adviser, general office worker, government worker who keeps records, law clerk, lawyer who works for judge, sc...||clerk|
|advice, consultation; attorney, lawyer, advise on personal problems, advise to do something, instruct, advocate, court lawyer, somebody who gives advice||counsel|
|aggressive person, energetic person, aggressive person; swindler (Slang); prostitute (Slang), petty criminal||hustler|
|Agreement between lender and borrower which details specific terms of the bondissuance. Specifies legal obligations of bond issuer and rights of bondholders. Document spelling out the specific terms of a bond as well as the rights and responsibilities ...||Indenture|
|any of a number of small long-tailed marine crustaceans (some of which are edible); small person or thing; insignificant person or thing (Informal), catch shrimp, fish for shrimp, small marine crustacean with ten legs, something undersize||shrimp|
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