|tending toward extreme patriotism, chauvinistic||jingoish|
|(British) prison (Slang), tending to choke||choky|
|(Grammar) conjunction that expresses an oppositional relationship between two items (i.e. "or" in the phrase "one or the other"), containing or related to a disjunction, contrast word, dividing, showing contrast, tending to separate; expressing an oppo...||disjunctive|
|(Slang) extreme strong wish; extreme passion (as "having the jones for someone")||jones|
|(Slang) slippery; causing or tending to cause slipping; smooth, tending to slip; tending to escape; unstable or delicate; shifty, cunning||slippy|
|a long time off, a long way off, distant, distant; remote, distantly; from afar; considerably; very, extreme, more distant, much or many||far|
|a soaking, almost vertical, excessive, having a sharp slope, precipitous; expensive, exorbitant; extreme, immerse in liquid, liquid for soaking, permeate, rapid or huge, soak in a liquid, immerse in liquid; saturate, imbue, something steep, taxing||steep|
|able or tending to penetrate, entering, passing into; permeating; cunning, shrewd; sharp, loud and piercing, piercing or probing, sharp or perceptive||penetrating|
|able or tending to persuade, intended to persuade, influential, convincing, inducing||persuasive|
|able to lock, tending to lock, act of fastening with a lock, bolting||locking|
|able to retain something, tending to keep possession; tending to hold, tending to maintain; having a good memory, with good memory||retentive|
|able to slow something, hindering, tending to slow down a particular action, delaying, slowing agent, substance which reduces the speed of a chemical reaction (Chemistry)||retardant|
|abnormally high sensitivity, extreme sensitivity (to different sensations, such as pain, heat, etc.), hyperaesthesia||hyperesthesia|
|about body rather than spirit, away from the center, external; extreme; distant, on the outside||outer|
|absent-minded, causing forgetfulness, neglectful, tending to forget; careless, thoughtless||forgetful|
|accommodative, tending to accommodate, obliging||accommodational|
|accruable, allowed to be issued, can be issued; able to be distributed; able to be published; able to be contested, may be brought to litigation; tending to occur as a result, capable of being litigated||issuable|
|act of freezing; state of being frozen; extreme cold (Meteorology); frost, great cold; act of ceasing the manufacture of; act of fixing (prices, wages, etc.) at a certain level, anesthetize body part, be harmed or killed by cold, become hard, become un...||freeze|
|act of hitting; refusal to work as a form of protest, arresting, noticeable, tending to draw attention, attractive or impressive, conspicuous, on strike||striking|
|act of smothering; act of suppressing, repressive, tending to repress; smothering, suffocating, too hot||stifling|
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