|(Hinduism and Jainism) being set free from the cycle of reincarnation; transcendental state arrived at by being set free from this cycle, release from rebirth||moksha|
|(symbol) lambda, broadcasting wavelength, length of a wave (Physics, Electronics), length of wave cycle||wavelength|
|abnormal, involving abnormal form, of different size or shape, taking different forms during life cycle||heteromorphic; heteromorphous|
|act of chasing after something, act of striving for something, chase, hunt; quest, search; occupation, pastime, cycle race with object of overtaking, hobby||pursuit|
|act of dismounting, get off animal, get off cycle, alight from (a horse, vehicle, etc.); bring or take down, remove from frame, throw somebody off||dismount|
|act of something which oscillates; regular pendulation between two positions; vacillation between two opinions; fluctuation between high and low values; wavering between two extremes, motion between extremes, one cycle of variation, predictable variation||oscillation|
|age, era; season; lesson; length of time, division of game, full stop, identifiable time, interval between equal values, interval of time, menstrual period, menstrual cycle, menstruation time, musical passage, punctuation mark, punctuation mark resembl...||period|
|ancient Egyptian calendar cycle||Sothic cycle|
|applause, around, circum-, arrows shot, bells rung, brisk, charge of ammunition, circular dance, circular or spherical, ring-shaped, rounded, complete, considerable, curved, cut of beef, cycle, revolution, rotation; any circular object; series of actio...||round|
|area inside circle, circle -shaped pattern, circle -shaped thing, curved route, cycle, group of people, make mark around, move along curving route, raised theater seating, ring-shaped geometric figure, round figure; group, society, shape of perfect hol...||circle|
|asexual stage in the life cycle of a plant (Botany), spore-producing generation of plant||sporophyte|
|before menopause, previous to the cessation of the menstrual cycle||premenopausal|
|bicycle route, cycle path, path or track for bicyclists||bikeway|
|bicycle, complete process, go through cycle, linked artworks, long time, motorcycle, one complete oscillation, orbit, repeated sequence of events, ride a bicycle, ride bicycle, series (of poems, stories, etc.); recurring period of time; long period of ...||cycle|
|Buddhist cycle of life and death||anicca|
|business cycle||trade cycle|
|carbon cycle||carbon-nitrogen cycle|
|carbon flow between organisms and environment, carbon-nitrogen cycle, source of energy in stars||carbon cycle|
|change in economic cycle, change increasingly, continuous circling flat curve, continuously circling with flat curves, curve that twists around a fixed center point; three dimensional curve turning around an axis, helix; something having a spiral-like ...||spiral|
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