|diagonal pocket||slash pocket|
|(Zoology) pocket or pouch of a female marsupial (such as a kangaroo), pouch on marsupials||marsupium|
|a large amount, amount a pocket will hold, amount in a pocket||pocketful|
|act of prevention or frustration; seat across a boat used by an oarsman, athwart, crosswise seat in boat, diagonal, slanted, sloped, extending across, frustrate something, foil, impede||thwart|
|air pocket, area for a quarterback to throw, cavity, center of a baseball glove, contained, enclose or surround, hit a ball into a pocket, ore in a cavity, personal money, position in a race, pouch on a playing table, pouch used to carry objects; sac; ...|
|air pocket, hole in ice, ventilation hole||air hole|
|amount of variation allowed, budgeted amount, discount, give somebody allowance, hand something out, handicap, money given to children, pocket money, stipend; grant; pocket money; discount, deduction; acknowledgment, toleration||allowance|
|bag for mail, body cavity resembling pocket, form pouch, plant cavity, pocket of skin in animal, sac; handbag, purse; baggy skin under the eye, put in a pouch, place in a pocket, put in pouch, small soft bag, something resembling pouch||pouch|
|bar sinister, diagonal band||bend sinister|
|bias voltage, diagonal, diagonal line, diagonally, distortion of results, influence, preference, prejudice, influence opinions, prejudice; tendency, leaning, voltage applied||bias|
|burrowing rodent, ground squirrel, pocket gopher, small burrowing rodent (native to the North American prairies), system providing Internet links, tortoise||gopher|
|carry across the body, convert for different computer system, cove, diagonal position, entry point for goods or passengers; city with a port; left-hand side (in ships or airplanes); interface for connecting external devices to a computer (Computers); t...||port|
|carve with small cuts, cut; peel; cut away, shape; cut down, knife, pocket-knife (Archaic)||whittle|
|cater-corner, catty-corner, catty-cornered, diagonal, diagonally, opposite||cater-cornered|
|chain for a pocket watch||albert|
|chain for pocket watch, defraud, con into buying goods of poor quality||fob|
|cloth for wiping the nose, kerchief, scarf, small piece of fabric for wiping the eyes or nose; small decorative piece of fabric placed in a pocket||handkerchief|
|cloth with diagonal lines, cloth with a twill weave, strong fabric, textile weave, weave twill||twill|
|common fund, container used for cooking; earthenware, ceramic vessel; central pile of money in a poker game; large sum of money (Slang); marijuana, hashish (Slang), contents of pot, fish or lobster trap, hit ball into pocket, hit of ball into pocket, k...||pot|
|crossply tyre, tire with diagonal fibers||bias-ply tire|
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