|60 minutes, 60-minute interval shown on a timepiece, credit hour, distance traveled in 60 minutes, measure of longitude, regular time for something, significant period, single session, time of day, time of death, time of success, unit of time equal to ...||hour|
|act of resting on the legs and buttocks; act of being settled in a seat; seat; portrait session; incubation (of birds); eggs which are incubated by a bird; period during which a legislative body is in session, in office, incubation of eggs, period of b...||sitting|
|act of taking; something taken; amount taken or collected at one time; income, proceeds, profits (Informal); movie scene filmed without interruption; sound recording made in one session; successful inoculation, agree to perform something, assume charge...||take|
|additional session of legislature||special session|
|alcohol, alcoholic beverage, hard liquor; immoderate drinking, intoxication, drink alcohol; get drunk, overindulge in alcohol, session of heavy drinking||booze|
|annual school session||academic year|
|assembly in Holy Roman Empire, controlled intake of food, court session in Scotland, designed or promoted for weight loss, eat less, legislative assembly, limit the amount of food eaten; eat only certain kinds of food, nourishment, food and drink; regi...||diet|
|attack of illness, fight, session; fit of illness or drinking; athletic match, short period of activity||bout|
|awareness of sound, chance to be heard, earshot, perception of sound; act of listening; presentation of evidence before a judge, court hearing, preliminary examination of accused, session to hear evidence, trial||hearing|
|be self-indulgent with something, eat too much, heavy drinking or eating session, indulge excessively in an activity, period of excessive indulgence, spree, romp||binge|
|Bible passage, criticize for wrongdoing, instruct, teach a lesson; rebuke, scold, reprove, instruction period, material taught, new or better knowledge, study session; exercise, assignment given to a student; something to be studied and learned; experi...||lesson|
|chiropodist, cosmetic foot treatment, cosmetic treatment of feet, medical care of feet, session of treatment for feet, treat feet of somebody||pedicure|
|close or end a legislative session; postpone, defer, postpone something, suspend parliamentary session||prorogue|
|closing or ending of a legislative session; postponement, deferral||prorogation|
|court in session at night||night court|
|court of law; session in a court of law; judgment of a court of law; setting of weights and measures (Archaic), inquest, periodic courts||assize|
|end computer session, log out||log off|
|executive committee, executive committee in socialist countries that acts of behalf of a legislative body that is not in session||presidium|
|group medical practice, medical center, medicine taught at the bedside, place where people receive medical treatment, private hospital, session attended by patients, session of practical sports instruction, specialized medical center||clinic|
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