: to assail by words or arguments : oppose or attack as false or lacking integrity
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: capable of being easily led, taught, or controlled
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: the quality or condition inherent in a body that exhibits opposite properties or powers in opposite parts or directions or that exhibits contrasted properties or powers in contrasted parts or directions : the condition of having poles… Read More...
: The definition of sabbatical is relating to the Sabbath or bringing a time of rest in regular cycles.
: Sabbatical is defined as an extended period of leave from work.
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: A person with a hyphenated profession e.g. singer-songwriter, actor-director, but especially a person with several such roles
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: to make stupid, groggy, or insensible
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something suggestive of such play: such as
: a light fast-paced narrative, dramatic, or musical work usually in a comic mood
: to run or play in a lively, carefree, or boisterous mannerverb)
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: the quality or state of being lost, perplexed, or confused
“It saw the bewilderment on your face as you stepped out of the stolen matinee, incredulous that there was still daylight after such a long movie.” – ‘The … Read More...