|cry, shout of surprise, expression of shock or wonder, interjection, exclaiming, sudden cry||exclamation|
|(about inherited traits) in a recessive manner, without outward expression due to a dominant trait inherited from the other parent (Genetics)||recessively|
|(archaic) shirt that soldiers wear over their uniform as to be able to recognize one another during a night attack; surprise military attack carried out at night by soldiers wearing "camisados", surprise attack||camisado|
|(British) destroy, annihilate; strike suddenly, make a surprise assault, opening allowing drainage from building, opening for draining water from deck, opening for draining water from the deck of a ship (Nautical), sink ship, wreck or ruin something||scupper|
|(Computer Slang) expression for the act of changing a piece of software or hardware to do a function that was not designed or authorized by the original manufacturer||mods|
|(Computers) junk in junk out (expression used to express the relationship between input and output - erroneous input causes erroneous output)||GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out)|
|(Grammar) verb used in combination with one or more other words to create an idiomatic expression (ex: take on, take off), forming a phrase, dialectical; containing phrases, containing a group of words that functions as a single unit (Grammar)||phrasal|
|(interjunction) exclamation, because of, conj. for what reason; because of which, for what reason?; for what purpose?, interj. Oh! (cry of surprise), reason; for what reason?; for what purpose?||why|
|(Mathematics) polynomial, algebraic expression that is the sum of two or more constants multiplied by variables with exponents||multinomial|
|(Medicine) electrical impulse originating in brain tissue; sudden idea, brainstorm, inspirational thought, wave of voltage in brain||brain wave|
|(new england) used in surprise||vum|
|(north england) like something, apprehend mentally, arrogance, excessive pride, haughtiness, conceitedness, exaggerated comparison in literature, imaginative idea, too much pride in yourself, whimsical object, witty expression||conceit|
|(Slang) external appearance; expression||phiz|
|13th letter of the Greek alphabet, interj. well? so? (expression of impatience or curiosity); letter N in the Greek alphabet||nu|
|19thC literary and artistic movement, artistic use of symbols, belief in symbolic nature of Eucharist, expression of an idea by means of symbols (as in art, literature, etc.); system of symbols; symbolic meaning||symbolism|
|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 group of male friends, exclamation of surprise, immature man, interj. gosh! (cry of surprise, disappointment, or excitement), male child; son; young male; male servant (offensive), male from certain area, way of addressing male animal||boy|
|ability to speak language, effortless clear expression, quality of being fluent, ability to speak and write easily, eloquence, articulateness; gracefulness; fluidness||fluency|
|ability to use voice, expressed opinion, form of verbs, pronounce something using the vocal cords, raise an opinion; adjust the tone of, regulate the tone of an organ, representative expression, right to state opinion, singer, singing part, sound like ...||voice|
|ability, artistic skill, be, beautiful objects, branch of art, creation by humans, creation of beautiful things, cunning, forms of creative beauty, nonscientific subjects, production and expression of esthetics, creation and expression of representatio...||art|
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