|ability to appreciate something, any of the five faculties of perception (sight, hearing, touch, smell, taste); feeling, sensation; recognition, awareness; impression; intelligence; something that is reasonable; significance, meaning; purpose, point; m...||sense|
|ability, bore of firearm, diameter (of a gun barrel, artery, etc.); quality; importance, size of bullet||caliber|
|accent, accent in music, cause of strain, emphasis in poetry, emphasis on syllable, importance; accent, emphasis placed on a syllable of a word; strain, tension, pressure; condition caused by physical or emotional strain, emphasize something, force def...||stress|
|accumulation of gas in the stomach; pomposity, emptiness, bombastic style, gas in digestive system, sense of self-importance||flatulence|
|act of magnifying, state of being magnified; process of enlarging; something which has been enlarged, degree of enlargement, enlarged copy of something, growth in importance, increasing of actual size, increasing of apparent size, ratio||magnification|
|act of subordinating; state of being inferior to, state of being secondary in importance; subjugation, state of being under the authority of another, relegation to a secondary position, status of subordinate clause||subordination|
|acting as a front, dried grass stalk, dry threshed grain stalks (used for bedding, animal fodder, basket weaving, etc.); single stalk of grain; hollow slender tube used to suck up liquids; something of little importance, item made of straw, of or perta...||straw|
|ahead of, conj. preceding, previous, earlier, in the presence of, indicates location, prep indicates sequence, prep. in front of, previously, in the preceding time, rather than, with more importance than||before|
|amuse oneself, toy, play, waste time, idle, make sport of, cold dessert, matter or object of small value or importance; small amount of something; artistic work of no lasting significance; type of pewter; dessert made from sponge cake layered with whip...||trifle|
|ancient capital of the Assyrian Empire, situated on the Tigris River in northern Iraq. At the height of its importance from about 705bc , it was destroyed by the Babylonians and Medes in 612 BC ., capital of the ancient kingdom of Assyri...||Nineveh|
|ancient country in Asia Minor, in present-day west central Turkey. It reached the height of its importance in the 8th centurybc , and was conquered by Croesus, king of Lydia, in the 6th century BC ., ancient region in southwestern Asia M...||Phrygia|
|apparent magnitude, brightness of a celestial body, greatness of size, importance, measure of earthquake size, number assigned to a mathematical quantity, extent, dimensions; importance; significance; brightness of a celestial body (Astronomy), status||magnitude|
|appraisal of cost, estimate; judgment of the significance (of something), estimate of importance, price||valuation|
|arrogance, conceit; haughtiness, snootiness; pride, pretentiousness, pompous act, self-importance||pomposity|
|as subsidy, company controlled by larger one, helping or supporting, secondary in importance, somebody or something auxiliary, subsidiary company, company that is owned or controlled by another company, supplementary, auxiliary; secondary, lesser in im...||subsidiary|
|attaching special importance or significance to something; act of giving emphasize||emphasizing|
|attractive force which causes all bodies to move toward the center of the earth; weight, heaviness; severity; seriousness; solemnity, gravitation, gravitational force of Earth, serious behavior, seriousness or significance||gravity|
|augmentative affix or word, causing an increase, denoting great size or importance, making larger, serving to increase||augmentative|
|be a particular weight, be burdensome, evaluate, find the weight of something, guess the weight of, have importance, measure by weight, measure the heaviness of (an object, proposition, etc.); consider; be of a particular heaviness; burden; be signific...||weigh|
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