|memento, souvenir, object kept as a reminder of an event (or experience, etc.)||keepsake|
|(about a pronoun) referring to the subject (Grammar); (about a verb) having a subject and object with the same referent (Grammar); reflective; pertaining to an involuntary physiological response, (Grammar) objective pronoun which refers to the subject,...||reflexive|
|(about women) experience menstruation, have monthly discharge of blood, get monthly period (Physiology), discharge menstrual blood||menstruate|
|(Architecture) object which is flat and has curved edges; entranceway which has scalloped edges, many-lobed architectural shape||multifoil|
|(Architecture) small ornamental object at the top of a column (or gable, etc.), architectural decoration, curve in a typeface, furniture decoration||finial|
|(Computers) modular programming technique in which each object is an individual "entity"||OOP (Object Oriented Programming)|
|(Computers) object or routine for accessing items from an array||iterator|
|(French) nail; cynosure, major point of interest; highlight (as the most memorable or outstanding feature, event, experience etc.)||clou|
|(from French) tea dance, type of social event of drinking tea and dancing held in late afternoon||dansant|
|(Grammar) quality of being without a direct object (of a verb)||intransitiveness|
|(Grammar) without a direct object (of a verb)||intransitively|
|(in western Africa) object believed to have magical powers; magical power attributed to an object; rule resulting from superstitious beliefs associated with an object, musical style characterized by drums and Hawaiian-style guitar (developed in Nigeria...||juju|
|(Internet) standard for software interoperability (set of common, object-oriented interfaces that can communicate on various platforms)||CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture)|
|(Medicine) palpatory pressure applied to an object causing a bouncing or tossing about (especially regarding a pregnancy test in which pressure is applied to the uterus to feel for a fetus)||ballottement|
|(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) barbiturate, depressing drug; depressing experience, bummer, gloomy person or thing, sedative drug||downer|
|(Slang) gullible person, dupe; generic person or thing (used to specify an object without calling it by name)||sucka (sucker)|
|(vulgar) external female genitalia, vulva; woman as a sex object (Slang)||twat|
|1960s dance, bend, bread or roll, cigar or tobacco, coil, curl, spin, turn; rotate opposite ends of an object in opposing directions; entwine; distort, pervert; sprain (ankle, etc.); produce a spiral shape, constantly change direction, distort meaning,...||twist|
|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|
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