|disclose or become disclosed, unwind or become unwound, unwrap, spread out||unroll|
|(c. 1350-1600) revival of the arts and learning that began in Italy and spread throughout Europe (most often associated with the works of Michelangelo, Machiavelli, Dante, and Da Vinci), classical revival, end of Middle Ages, in architectural style of ...||Renaissance|
|(Cuisine) appetizer of bread or toast with a savory spread (especially caviar or cheese)||canape|
|(Slang) smear generously, spread thickly; waste, squander, large amount, generous amount (Slang), spread something thickly, squander something||slather|
|40 days, detain, hold in isolation, hold in confinement, isolate to avoid spread of disease, isolation to prevent spread of disease, confinement; blockage, enforcement of sanctions, place of isolation, state or period of isolation, time of enforced iso...||quarantine|
|A mortgage that features predetermined adjustments of the loan interest rate at regular intervals based on an established index. The interest rate is adjusted at each interval to a rate equivalent to the index value plus a predetermined spread, or marg...||Adjustable-rate mortgage|
|a rumor or report, noise or din, significant sound inside body, spread rumor, spread gossip, spread story||bruit|
|a trademark for a savory yeast extract that is eaten as a spread||Vegemite|
|able to be diffused, can be spread out; can be scattered||diffusible|
|able to be made wet, allowing liquid to spread across surface||wettable|
|able to fly, having wings spread, nimble||volant|
|act of divulging, act of revealing, disclosure, exposure (Archaic), reveal something, tell, disclose||divulge|
|act of expanding, combustion stage in an engine, enlargement, increase, spread; development, expanded mathematical expression, fuller treatment, growth by acquisition, increase in dimensions, process of becoming enlarged||expansion|
|act of spilling over; quantity spilled over, effect, spillage, spread||spillover|
|act of spreading out, extend, spread out; outstretched; extended (of a hand or an arm), spread out; stretch out; extend, stretched out||outspread|
|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|
|act or policy of preventing the expansion of a hostile power, act or process of containing something, attempt to stop spread of something, control measure in nuclear reactions||containment|
|add lard to meat before cooking, include extra words, pig fat, spread with pig fat; flavor with pig fat; embellish, add to (a speech, etc.), white cooking fat||lard|
|adhesive mixture, beat somebody severely, cause to adhere, stick; insert information that was copied or taken from another place into the current document (Computers); hit, strike (Slang), cover a surface with paste, dough; glue; spread; toothpaste, so...||paste|
|adopt position with spread limbs, force into spread-out position, in spread-out position, overly patriotic, perform skating figure, spread-eagled, stretch body across||spread-eagle|
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