|(1694-1778, born Francois Marie Arouet), eighteenth century French writer and philosopher, central figure in the Enlightenment||Voltaire|
|11-sided plane figure||undecagon|
|20-sided figure, figure that has twenty facets, solid form with twenty faces||icosahedron|
|3-sided, 3-sided figure, having three sides, tripartite||trilateral|
|5-faced figure, solid figure having five faces||pentahedron|
|5-sided figure, five sided geometric shape||pentagon|
|8-sided, 3-dimensional figure, three-dimensional figure with eight plane surfaces||octahedron|
|accumulated degree days; (Agriculture and forensic anthropology) figure calculated by summer temperature, Analog-Digital-Digital; term describing the digital process of creating an audio CD, Apostrophe Deficit Disorder; condition in which one is unable...||ADD|
|acting as a substitute or replacement, appoint as a stand-in, kind of judge, substitute authority figure, act in place of another; carry a fetus for another woman; act as a substitute parent, substitute; surrogate mother, woman who voluntarily carries ...||surrogate|
|actual or mental picture, conspicuous example, create image of, describe something in visual terms, example of figurative language, figure; form; reflection; picture; likeness; embodiment, imagine; draw a likeness; describe; reflect; picture in the min...||image|
|administrative unit, area of the body, area or aspect, territory, domain; field, area of activity or interest, sphere, ecological area, geographic area, large indefinite area, range within which figure falls||region|
|adopt position with spread limbs, force into spread-out position, in spread-out position, overly patriotic, perform skating figure, spread-eagled, stretch body across||spread-eagle|
|adult male human, adult male human; human being, person; human race, mankind; husband, boyfriend (Informal); game piece used in board games like checkers or chess, authority figure, be ready for action, employee or worker, husband or man companion, int...||man|
|agent of public figure||advance man|
|agent of public figure||advance woman|
|alert, become or make rigid, construct, draw figure on base, establish, firm and rigid, put together, raise, build, set up, right side up, set upright, straight and vertical, straight up||erect|
|allowing transmission in one direction, apartment on one floor, geometric figure or element, having only one part or element; of or pertaining to a telecommunications system that works in only one direction at a time, root form of word, simple||simplex|
|amount in relation to standard figure, assess, appraise, determine value; grade, classify, sort, charge, classify something, deserve something, ratio, proportion between two things; price, cost; speed, pace; tax, assessment, set a value on something, v...||rate|
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