|something which regurgitates cud, something which draws back cud from the stomach to the mouth||regurgitant|
|(also known as catfish) any of a number of freshwater fish having whiskers around the mouth and no scales||madtom|
|(Anatomy) circular muscle enclosing a bodily opening (i.e. eye, mouth)||orbicularis|
|(British spelling for reflection) act of casting back a mirror image; act of sending back energy from a surface; state of being reflected; image that is reflected; idea, concept; thought, notion; act of placing blame, accusation||reflexion|
|(British) gape, stare stupidly with an open mouth||gawp|
|(Dentistry) four parts of the mouth (upper left, upper right, lower left and the lower right)||quadrants|
|(Football) player who is stationed farthest behind the scrimmage line; position played by the tailback, offensive back||tailback|
|(from Latin meaning "in the work cited") refers back to a source previously indicated||op.cit (opere citato)|
|(in vertebrates) section of the body between the thorax and the pelvis in which most of the digestive organs are located, belly; section of the body behind the thorax (Entomology), body section containing stomach, rear part of insect||abdomen|
|(Informal) abrupt reversal or change (esp. of opinion); back flip; sound of something flapping; backless thong sandal; circuit that can toggle between two modes (Electronics), backless sandal, backward flip, change of mind, change opinion, circuit with...||flip-flop|
|(Linguistics) repetition of a word or phrase at the start of successive phrases (usually for emphasis), part of Communion, referring back, repetition for effect||anaphora|
|(Medicine) food poisoning caused by ingestion of the salmonella bacteria (characterized by fever, severe diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach pain)||salmonellosis|
|(Nautical, Aeronautics) toward the back, toward the rear; backwards, behind boat, in or to the stern, with stern foremost||astern|
|(of a coin) having the top or the back facing up (as opposed to tails)||heads|
|(Pathology) disease characterized by ulcers in the mouth and sometimes on the genitals (occurring mostly in malnourished, hygienically neglected children), severe inflammation with gangrene||noma|
|(Slang) feeling of apprehension or nervousness, stomach pains||collywobbles|
|(Sports) to pitch a ball outside of the area of the plate to prevent a base runner stealing a base (Baseball); lateral underhand pass from a quarterback to a running back (American football), lateral pass behind line of scrimmage, pitch out of strike zone||pitchout|
|(symbol) Delta, 4th letter of Greek alphabet, 4th letter of the Greek alphabet; triangular section of land at the mouth of a river||delta|
|(Zoology) creature with a rounded mouth; creature which belongs to the Cyclostomata, (Zoology) having a rounded mouth; belonging to the Cyclostomata, jawless fish||cyclostome|
|,(new zealand) be in a fight, , (new zealand) street fight, deep loud sound, thundering sound; rumble seat, back section of a roadster or coupe which opens to form a seat; street fight, brawl, scuffle (Slang), deep sound, find out about somebody or som...||rumble|
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