|something to placate the masses||bread and circuses|
|(Physics) electromagnetic device that separates isotopes by their masses||calutron|
|able to control urination and bowels, any of a number of large continuous land masses (usually considered to be 7: Europe, Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Australia and Antarctica), land above sea level||continent|
|abundantly, plentifully; for the masses||multitudinously|
|bacterium, type of spherical bacteria which occurs in irregular masses and is often pigmented and parasitic||micrococcus|
|branch of chemistry, dynamics, branch of mechanics which studies the effects of various forces on the motion of masses (Physics)||kinetics|
|branch of mechanics which studies stationary masses or bodies in equilibrium, mechanics of forces in equilibrium||statics|
|bring peace to, calm, soothe, calm; placate, appease; soften; bring to a state of peace||pacify|
|coldly hostile, containing expanses of ice, detached, frigid, glacial period, Glacial, ice-age, of or covered with glaciers or large masses of ice; caused by glaciers; cold, icy, frigid; unfriendly, icily indifferent; extremely slow, relating to glacier||glacial|
|coming together, divergence, meeting of air masses, see also:convergent evolution, see also:divergence, series with constant or increasing differences, similar development, turning the eyes inward||convergence; convergency|
|common language, form of language used by the masses; local dialect, provincial form of language, jargon, regional dialect||patois|
|control by a mob, government by the mob, government by the masses, government by the populace, ochlocracy, place run by a mob||mobocracy|
|development of a front, coming together of two air masses (Meteorology), weather-front formation||frontogenesis|
|drug with no real effect, something done to placate somebody, tablet that contains no medication but has medical effects due to purely psychological reasons, vespers of office for dead||placebo|
|extensive low-lying cloud formation, low-altitude cloud formation characterized by large dark rounded masses arranged in horizontal layers||stratocumulus|
|force of gravity, force of attraction between two masses; tendency to move toward, force that attracts things, moving in direction of something||gravitation|
|form fluffy masses, form into a loose woolly masses, form masses, hairy, tufted||flocculate|
|Greek city-state populace, population of commoners in ancient Greece; common people, "the masses"; group of people that functions as a political unit (Sociology)||demos|
|in a manner befitting the masses; coarsely, obscenely||vulgarly|
|lava solidified into pillow-shaped masses||pillow lava|
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