|crab that lives in empty shells||hermit crab|
|(Australian) man who lives on a sheep or cattle farm as an apprentice||jackaroo|
|4th sign of the zodiac, 4th sign of the zodiac; one born under the sign of Cancer; tropic of Cancer, Cancerian, constellation between Gemini and Leo, Crab||Cancer|
|a dish of mussels cooked and served in their shells with a wine sauce||moules marinières|
|a member of a group of arthropods that includes the horseshoe crab. Genus: Limulus||limulus|
|abandoned, lonesome, neglected; miserable, alone, devastate place, empty, grim, make miserable; abandon, neglect; deprive of inhabitants, depopulate, make wretched||desolate|
|able to be lawfully eaten, blank, cleanly, cleanly; completely, empty, entirely, eradicate unwanted dirt, free from dirt; permissible, legal; smooth; simple; innocent, free of disease or infection, free of problems, free of weeds, get free of dirt, hon...||clean|
|abstaining from eating, fast, period during which one abstains from eating; act of abstaining from eating, going without food, on empty stomach||fasting|
|abundant, beginning of good time, beside or against, blush, redden; rinse with water; empty the toilet of water and waste material; release a flow; excite, animate; cause to fly up suddenly (birds); make even or level; empty a portion of the memory (Co...||flush|
|act of infecting with trichina (parasitic worm which lives in the intestine and whose larva encysts in muscle tissue)||trichinization|
|act of occupying a place of residence; residence, place where one lives, dwellings, living place, occupancy||habitation|
|act of one that lives; lifestyle; income, livelihood, sustenance, alive, having life, alive; currently in existence; current; realistic; vital, necessary; strong; flowing; active; full of life, interesting and relevant, like the real thing, maintenance...||living|
|act of straddling, apply to more than one thing, be over or across something, favor both sides, fire shells for range, noncommittal position, position across or over something, sit or stand with legs astride something, sit or stand with the legs spread...||straddle|
|Alaskan king crab, horseshoe crab, very large edible crab||king crab|
|albatross that lives in flight||wandering albatross|
|alone, empty, forsaken, left behind, deserted; rejected, given up; unrestrained, uninhibited||abandoned|
|alone; done without the company of others; lonely; secluded, remote; single, only, done alone, growing singly, not living in social groups, recluse, one who lives far away from or avoids the society of others; one who lives alone for religious reasons,...||solitary|
|amounting to nothing, at zero level, cancel; nullify, make zero, empty, ending in zero, indicating a reading of zero, invalid, nil; invalid, nullified; void, relating to zero, valueless||null|
|animal kept at home, animal kept for amusement; domesticated animal that lives inside a home, be sulky, favorite person, kept as pet, loved person, pat on the head or cheek, stroke; kiss, embrace, cuddle; fondle, caress (Slang)||pet|
|animal or plant near the ground, aviation worker on ground, plant or animal that lives close to the ground; fish that live near the bottom of the water; person with poor taste, standing spectator, superficial, shallow; uncritical, not thinking deeply, ...||groundling|
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