|emotionalism, tendency to favor emotion over reason, excessive display of sentiment, something with too much emotion||sentimentalism|
|(Botany) in a hydrotropic manner (tendency to turn toward or be influenced by moisture)||hydrotropically|
|(British) person nominated to a position as a personal favor or reward||placeman|
|(c540-470 BC) Greek philosopher who stated that reason is the only constant in an ever-changing world||Heraclitus|
|(Computers) composing, preparing of a multimedia display; writing of hypertext and its preparation, writing of computer programs||authoring|
|(Computers) virtual "chalkboard", area on a display screen on which multiple users can write or draw (widely used in video conferencing), writing board for presentations||whiteboard|
|(Department of) Housing and Urban Development, Department of Housing and Urban Development; U.S. federal agency that deals with subsidized housing community planning and development of cities, heads-up display, Heads-Up Display; (in combat airplanes) g...||HUD|
|(From French) psychological disorder of mind or emotion; impartial and old term for mental illness or insanity||folie|
|(Informal) amazing, excellent, great; stylish, fashionable, act of swelling, distention; swollen part, protuberance; gradual increase; surge of feeling or emotion; long unbroken wave; elevation of land, slope; crescendo followed by a diminuendo (Music)...||swell|
|(interjunction) exclamation, because of, conj. for what reason; because of which, for what reason?; for what purpose?, interj. Oh! (cry of surprise), reason; for what reason?; for what purpose?||why|
|(Medicine) presence of an excessive amount of fat in the blood (also lipaemia), excess of fat in blood||lipemia|
|(Medicine) tendency or predisposition to a certain disease, susceptiblity to disease||diathesis|
|(north england) like something, apprehend mentally, arrogance, excessive pride, haughtiness, conceitedness, exaggerated comparison in literature, imaginative idea, too much pride in yourself, whimsical object, witty expression||conceit|
|(north england) money, brass musical instrument group or players, brass musical instruments, category of musical instruments; type of metal alloy which consists of zinc and copper, excessive self-assurance, high-ranking officers, item made of brass, it...||brass|
|(Slang) courageous, brave, daring; spirited, vigorous, robust, done with emotion||gutsy|
|(Video) display in letterbox format, display only across the center of a screen with black bands at the top and bottom (so the wider film format will fit the different dimensions of a TV screen);(British) mailbox, mail slot, maildrop, video playback fo...||letterbox|
|19thC warship, check regularly for developments, check the quality of transmitted signals, closed-circuit television set, computer program, computer video display, giant, listen to broadcasts or telephone conversations, monitor lizard, nozzle, school s...||monitor|
|20th century art movement stressing the expression of subjective experience rather than a literal representation of reality, art movement concentrating on expressing emotion, literary movement presenting stylized reality||expressionism|
|a craft carrying people or freight, act of transporting, conveyance; means of transporting (truck, ship, etc.), affect somebody with strong emotion, carry somebody or something, bear, transfer; deport, conveyance of somebody or something, experience or...||transport|
|a falling down, bend double with emotion, breakdown, crash; falling in; compression, hiding of subdirectories or libraries which are secondary to the heading of the current library (Computers), decrease in value, deflate, fail abruptly, failure or end,...||collapse|
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