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#280. [Going before.] Precession. -- N. precession

  • leading
  • heading;
  • precedence
  • priority
  • the lead
  • le pas
  • van
  • precursor
  • V. go before
  • go ahead
  • go in the van
  • go in advance
  • precede
  • forerun
  • usher in
  • introduce
  • herald
  • head
  • take the lead
  • lead the way
  • lead the dance
  • get the start
  • have the start
  • steal a march
  • get before
  • get ahead
  • get in front of
  • outstrip
  • take precedence
  • order) 62
  • Adj. leading
  • precedent
  • Adv. in advance
  • before
  • ahead
  • in the van
  • in the lead
  • foremost
  • in front
  • at the head
  • out in front
  • way out in front
  • far
  • ahead
  • Phr. seniores priores[Lat]
  • ahead of his time

#281. [Going after.] Sequence. -- N. sequence

  • coming after
  • (order)
  • (time) 1
  • following pursuit
  • follower
  • attendant
  • satellite
  • shadow
  • dangler
  • train
  • V. follow
  • pursue
  • go after
  • fly after
  • attend
  • beset
  • dance attendance on
  • dog
  • tread in the steps of
  • tread
  • close upon
  • be in the wake of
  • be in the trail of
  • be in the rear of
  • go in
  • the wake of
  • go in the trail of
  • go in the rear of
  • follow in the wake of
  • follow in the trail of
  • follow in the rear of
  • follow as a shadow
  • hang on
  • the skirts of
  • tread on the heels of
  • follow on the heels of
  • camp on the
  • trail
  • Adj. subsequent
  • next
  • succeeding
  • following
  • Adv. behind
  • in the rear
  • in the train of
  • in the wake of;
  • after
  • (time) 117

#282. [Motion forward

  • progressive motion.] Progression. -- N
  • progress
  • progression
  • progressiveness
  • advancing
  • advance
  • advancement
  • ongoing
  • flood
  • tide
  • headway
  • march
  • rise;
  • improvement
  • V. advance
  • proceed
  • progress
  • get on
  • get along
  • get over the ground;
  • gain ground
  • forge ahead
  • jog on
  • rub on
  • wag on
  • go with the stream
  • keep
  • one's course
  • hold on one's course
  • go on
  • move on
  • come one
  • get on
  • pass
  • on
  • push on
  • press on
  • go forward
  • move forward
  • come forward
  • get forward
  • pass forward
  • push forward
  • press forward
  • go forwards
  • move forwards
  • come
  • forwards
  • get forwards
  • pass forwards
  • push forwards
  • press forwards
  • go
  • ahead
  • move ahead
  • come ahead
  • get ahead
  • pass ahead
  • push ahead
  • press
  • ahead
  • make one's way
  • work one's way
  • carve one's way
  • push one's way
  • force one's way
  • edge one's way
  • elbow one's way
  • make progress
  • make head
  • make way
  • make headway
  • make advances
  • make strides
  • make rapid strides
  • (velocity)
  • go ahead
  • shoot ahead
  • distance
  • make up leeway
  • Adj. advancing
  • progressive
  • advanced
  • Adv. forward
  • onward
  • forth
  • on
  • ahead
  • under way
  • en route for
  • on
  • one's way
  • on the way
  • on the road
  • on the high road
  • on the road to
  • in
  • progress
  • in mid progress
  • in transitu
  • Phr. vestigia nulla retrorsum[Lat]
  • "westward the course of empire
  • takes its way" [Berkeley]

#283. [Motion backwards.] Regression. -- N. regress

  • regression;
  • retrogression
  • retroaction;
  • retreat
  • withdrawal
  • retirement
  • recession
  • recess
  • crab-like motion
  • reflux
  • backwater
  • regurgitation
  • ebb
  • return;
  • resilience reflection
  • reflexion (recoil) 277[Brit]
  • flip-flop
  • volte-
  • counter motion
  • retrograde motion
  • backward movement
  • motion in
  • reverse
  • counter movement
  • counter march
  • veering
  • tergiversation
  • recidivation|
  • backsliding
  • fall
  • deterioration
  • recidivism
  • reversal
  • relapse
  • turning point
  • V. recede
  • regrade
  • return
  • revert
  • retreat
  • retire
  • retrograde
  • retrocede
  • back out
  • back down
  • balk
  • crawfish* [U.S.]
  • crawl*
  • withdraw;
  • rebound
  • go back
  • come back
  • turn back
  • hark back
  • draw back
  • fall
  • back
  • get back
  • put back
  • run back
  • lose ground
  • fall astern
  • drop astern;
  • backwater
  • put about
  • backtrack
  • take the back track
  • veer round
  • double
  • wheel
  • countermarch
  • ebb
  • regurgitate
  • jib
  • shrink
  • shy
  • turn tail
  • turn round
  • turn upon one's heel
  • turn one's back upon;
  • retrace one's steps
  • dance the back step
  • sound a retreat
  • beat a retreat;
  • go home
  • Adj. receding
  • retrograde
  • retrogressive
  • regressive
  • reflex
  • recidivous
  • resilient
  • crab-like
  • balky;
  • reactionary
  • Adv. back
  • backwards
  • reflexively
  • to the right about
  • as you were

#284. [Motion given to an object situated in front.] Propulsion. -- N

  • propulsion
  • projection
  • vis a tergo[Lat: force from
  • behind]
  • push
  • shove
  • ejaculate
  • ejection
  • throw
  • fling
  • toss
  • shot
  • discharge
  • shy
  • launch
  • release
  • [Science of propulsion] projectiles
  • ballistics
  • archery
  • [devices to give propulsion] propeller
  • screw
  • twin screws
  • turbine
  • jet engine
  • [objects propelled] missile
  • projectile
  • ball
  • discus
  • quoit
  • brickbat
  • shot;
  • [weapons which propel] arrow
  • gun
  • ballista
  • [preparation for propulsion] countdown
  • windup
  • shooter
  • shot
  • archer
  • bowman
  • rifleman
  • marksman;
  • good shot
  • crack shot
  • sharpshooter
  • V. propel
  • project
  • throw
  • fling
  • cast
  • pitch
  • chuck
  • toss
  • jerk
  • heave
  • shy
  • hurl
  • flirt
  • fillip
  • dart
  • lance
  • tilt
  • ejaculate
  • fulminate
  • bolt
  • drive
  • sling
  • pitchfork
  • send
  • send off
  • let off
  • fire off
  • discharge
  • shoot
  • launch
  • release
  • send forth
  • let fly
  • put in orbit
  • send into orbit
  • launch into orbit dash
  • put in motion
  • set in motion
  • start
  • give a start
  • give an impulse to
  • impel
  • trundle
  • expel
  • carry one off one's legs
  • put to flight
  • Adj. propelled
  • propelling
  • propulsive
  • projectile

#285. [Motion given to an object situated behind.] Traction. -- N

  • traction
  • drawing
  • draught
  • pull
  • haul
  • rake
  • "a long pull a strong
  • pull and a pull all together"
  • haulage
  • V. draw
  • pull
  • haul
  • lug
  • rake
  • drag
  • tug
  • tow
  • trail
  • train
  • take in
  • tow
  • wrench
  • jerk
  • twitch
  • touse|
  • yank [U.S.]
  • Adj. drawing
  • tractive

#286. [Motion towards.] Approach. -- N. approach

  • approximation
  • access
  • advent
  • pursuit
  • V. approach
  • approximate
  • near
  • get near
  • go
  • near
  • draw near
  • come to close quarters
  • come near
  • move towards
  • set in
  • towards
  • drift
  • make up to
  • gain upon
  • pursue
  • tread on the heels
  • of
  • bear up
  • make the land
  • hug the shore
  • hug the land
  • Adj. approaching
  • affluent
  • impending
  • imminent
  • Adv. on the road
  • Int. come hither! approach! here! come! come near! forward!

#287. [Motion from.] Recession. -- N. recession

  • retirement
  • withdrawal
  • retreat
  • retrocession
  • departure
  • recoil
  • flight
  • V. recede
  • go
  • move back
  • move from
  • retire
  • withdraw
  • shrink
  • back
  • off
  • come away
  • move away
  • back away
  • go away
  • get away
  • drift away
  • depart
  • retreat
  • move off
  • stand off
  • sheer off
  • fall back
  • stand
  • aside
  • run away
  • remove
  • shunt
  • distance
  • Adj. receding
  • Phr. distance oneself from a person

#288. [Motion towards

  • actively
  • force causing to draw closer.]
  • Attraction. -- N. attraction
  • attractiveness
  • drawing
  • to
  • pulling towards
  • electrical attraction
  • electricity
  • static electricity
  • static
  • static
  • cling
  • magnetism
  • magnetic attraction
  • gravity
  • attraction of gravitation
  • [objects which attract by physical force] lodestone
  • loadstone
  • lodestar
  • magnet
  • permanent magnet
  • siderite
  • magnetite;
  • electromagnet
  • magnetic coil
  • voice coil
  • magnetic dipole
  • motor coil
  • rotor
  • stator
  • electrical charge
  • positive charge
  • negative charge
  • magnetic pole
  • north pole
  • south pole
  • magnetic monopole
  • V. attract
  • draw
  • draw towards
  • pull towards
  • drag towards
  • adduce
  • Adj. attracting
  • attractive
  • centrifugal
  • Phr. ubi mel ibi apes [Latin][Plautus]

#289. [Motion from

  • actively
  • force driving apart.] Repulsion. -- N
  • repulsion
  • driving from
  • repulse
  • abduction
  • magnetic repulsion
  • magnetic levitation
  • antigravity
  • V. repel
  • push from
  • drive apart
  • drive from
  • chase
  • dispel;
  • abduct
  • send away
  • repulse
  • keep at arm's length
  • turn one's back upon
  • give the cold shoulder;
  • send off
  • send away with a flea in one's ear
  • Adj. repelling
  • repellent
  • repulsive
  • centripetal
  • Phr. like charges repel
  • opposite charges attract
  • like poles repel
  • opposite poles attract

#290. [Motion nearer to.] Convergence. -- N. convergence

  • confluence
  • concourse
  • congress
  • concurrence
  • concentration;
  • convergency
  • meeting
  • assemblage
  • resort
  • asymptote
  • V. converge
  • concur
  • come together
  • unite
  • meet
  • fall in with
  • close
  • with
  • close in upon
  • center round
  • center in
  • enter in
  • pour in
  • gather together
  • unite
  • concentrate
  • bring into a focus
  • Adj. converging
  • convergent
  • confluent
  • concurrent;
  • centripetal
  • asymptotical
  • asymptotic

#291. [Motion further off.] Divergence. -- N. divergence

  • divarication
  • ramification
  • forking
  • radiation;
  • separation
  • dispersion
  • deviation
  • aberration
  • V. diverge
  • divaricate
  • radiate
  • ramify
  • branch off
  • glance off
  • file
  • off
  • fly off
  • fly off at a tangent
  • spread
  • scatter
  • disperse
  • deviate
  • part
  • Adj. diverging
  • divergent
  • radiant
  • centrifugal
  • aberrant

#292. [Terminal motion at.] Arrival. -- N. arrival

  • advent
  • landing;
  • debarkation
  • disembarkation
  • reception
  • welcome
  • home
  • goal
  • goalpost
  • landing place
  • landing stage
  • resting place
  • destination
  • harbor
  • haven
  • port
  • airport
  • spaceport;
  • terminus
  • halting place
  • halting ground
  • landing strip
  • runway
  • terminal;
  • journey's end
  • anchorage
  • return
  • meeting
  • encounter
  • completion
  • recursion[Math
  • Comp]
  • V. arrive
  • get to
  • come to
  • come
  • reach
  • attain
  • come up with
  • come up
  • to
  • overtake
  • make
  • fetch
  • complete
  • join
  • rejoin
  • light
  • alight
  • dismount
  • land
  • go ashore
  • debark
  • disembark
  • put in
  • put into
  • visit
  • cast anchor
  • pitch one's tent
  • sit down
  • get to one's journey's end
  • make the land
  • be in at the death
  • come
  • back
  • get back
  • come home
  • get home
  • return
  • come in
  • make one's appearance
  • drop in
  • detrain
  • deplane
  • outspan;
  • de-orbit
  • come to hand
  • come at
  • come across
  • hit
  • come upon
  • light upon
  • pop
  • upon
  • bounce upon
  • plump upon
  • burst upon
  • pitch upon
  • meet
  • encounter
  • come in contact
  • Adj. arriving
  • homeward bound
  • Adv. here
  • hither
  • Int. welcome! hail! all Hail! good-day
  • good morrow!
  • Phr. any port in a storm

#293. [Initial motion from.] Departure. -- N. departure

  • decampment
  • embarkation
  • outset
  • start
  • removal
  • exit
  • (egress)
  • exodus
  • hejira
  • flight
  • leave taking
  • valediction
  • adieu
  • farewell
  • goodbye
  • auf
  • wiedersehen[Ger]
  • sayonara
  • dosvidanya[Russ]
  • ciao
  • aloha
  • hasta la
  • vista[Sp]
  • stirrup cup
  • valedictorian
  • starting point
  • starting post
  • point of departure
  • point of
  • embarkation
  • place of departure
  • place of embarkation
  • port of embarkation;
  • airport
  • take-off point
  • taxiing runway
  • runway
  • launching pad
  • spaceport
  • V. depart
  • go away
  • take one's departure
  • set out
  • set off
  • march off
  • put off
  • start off
  • be off
  • move off
  • get off
  • whip off
  • pack off
  • go off
  • take oneself off
  • start
  • issue
  • march out
  • debouch
  • go forth
  • sally forth;
  • sally
  • set forward
  • be gone
  • hail from
  • leave a place
  • quit
  • vacate
  • evacuate
  • abandon
  • go off the stage
  • make
  • one's exit
  • retire
  • withdraw
  • remove
  • vamoose*
  • go
  • one's way
  • go along
  • go from home
  • take flight
  • take wing
  • spring
  • fly
  • flit
  • wing one's flight
  • fly away
  • whip away
  • embark
  • go on board
  • go
  • aboard
  • set sail' put to sea
  • go to sea
  • sail
  • take ship
  • hoist blue Peter;
  • get under way
  • weigh anchor
  • strike tents
  • decamp
  • walk one's chalks
  • cut
  • one's stick
  • take leave
  • say good bye
  • bid goodbye
  • disappear
  • 4
  • abscond
  • entrain
  • Adj. departing
  • valedictory
  • outward bound
  • Adv. whence
  • hence
  • thence
  • with a foot in the stirrup
  • on the wing
  • on the move
  • Int. begone!
  • farewell! adieu! goodbye! good day!

#294. [Motion into.] Ingress. -- N. ingress

  • entrance
  • entry;
  • introgression
  • influx
  • intrusion
  • inroad
  • incursion
  • invasion
  • irruption;
  • ingression
  • penetration
  • interpenetration
  • import
  • infiltration
  • immigration
  • admission
  • insinuation
  • insertion
  • inlet
  • way in
  • mouth
  • door
  • path
  • (way) 6
  • conduit
  • immigrant
  • V. have the entree
  • enter
  • go into
  • go in
  • come into
  • come in
  • pour
  • into
  • pour in
  • flow into
  • flow in
  • creep into
  • creep in
  • slip into
  • slip
  • in
  • pop into
  • pop in
  • break into
  • break in
  • burst into
  • burst in
  • set foot
  • on
  • ingress
  • burst in upon
  • break in upon
  • invade
  • intrude
  • insinuate
  • itself
  • interpenetrate
  • penetrate
  • infiltrate
  • find one's way into
  • wriggle
  • into
  • worm oneself into
  • give entrance to
  • insert
  • Adj. incoming

#295. [Motion out of.] Egress. -- N. egress

  • exit
  • issue
  • emersion
  • emergence
  • outbreak
  • outburst
  • eruption
  • emanation;
  • egression
  • evacuation
  • exudation
  • transudation
  • extravasation[Med]
  • perspiration
  • sweating
  • leakage
  • percolation
  • distillation
  • oozing
  • gush
  • outpour
  • outpouring
  • effluence
  • effusion;
  • drain
  • dribbling
  • drainage;
  • outcome
  • output
  • discharge
  • export
  • expatriation
  • emigration
  • debouch
  • debouche
  • exodus
  • emigrant
  • outlet
  • vent
  • spout
  • tap
  • sluice
  • floodgate
  • pore
  • vomitory
  • sally port
  • way out
  • mouth
  • door
  • path
  • (way) 6
  • conduit
  • airpipe
  • V. emerge
  • emanate
  • issue
  • egress
  • go out of
  • come out of
  • move out
  • of
  • pass out of
  • pour out of
  • flow out of
  • pass out of
  • evacuate
  • exude
  • transude
  • leak
  • run through
  • out through
  • percolate
  • transcolate|
  • strain
  • distill
  • perspire
  • sweat
  • drain
  • ooze
  • filter
  • filtrate
  • dribble
  • gush
  • spout
  • flow out
  • well
  • well out;
  • pour
  • trickle
  • effuse
  • extravasate[Med]
  • discharge itself
  • debouch
  • come forth
  • break forth
  • burst
  • out
  • burst through
  • find vent
  • escape
  • Adj. effused
  • outgoing

#296. [Motion into

  • actively.] Reception. -- N. reception
  • admission
  • admittance
  • entree
  • importation
  • introduction
  • intromission;
  • ingestion
  • absorption
  • inhalation
  • suction
  • sucking
  • eating
  • drinking
  • insertion
  • interjection
  • introit
  • V. give entrance to
  • give admittance to
  • give the entree
  • introduce
  • intromit
  • usher
  • admit
  • receive
  • import
  • bring in
  • open the door to
  • throw
  • in
  • ingest
  • absorb
  • imbibe
  • inhale
  • breathe in
  • let in
  • take in
  • suck in
  • draw in
  • readmit
  • resorb
  • reabsorb
  • snuff up
  • swallow
  • engulf
  • engorge
  • gulp
  • eat
  • drink
  • Adj. admitting
  • admitted
  • admissable
  • absorbent

#297. [Motion out of

  • actively] Ejection. -- N. ejection
  • emission
  • effusion
  • rejection
  • expulsion
  • exportation
  • eviction
  • extrusion
  • discharge
  • emesis
  • vomiting
  • evacuation
  • eructation
  • bloodletting
  • venesection[Med]
  • phlebotomy
  • expuition
  • exspuition;
  • tapping
  • drainage
  • clearance
  • deportation
  • banishment
  • rouge's march;
  • relegation
  • extradition
  • dislodgment
  • bouncer [U.S.]
  • [material vomited] vomit
  • vomitus[Med]
  • puke
  • barf[coll]
  • V. give exit
  • give vent to
  • let out
  • give out
  • pour out
  • squeeze out
  • send out
  • dispatch
  • despatch
  • exhale
  • excern|
  • excrete
  • secrete
  • extravasate[Med]
  • shed
  • void
  • evacuation
  • emit
  • open
  • the sluices
  • open the floodgates
  • turn on the tap
  • extrude
  • effuse
  • spend
  • expend
  • pour forth
  • squirt
  • spurt
  • spill
  • slop;
  • perspire
  • breathe
  • blow
  • tap
  • draw off
  • bale out
  • lade out
  • let blood
  • broach
  • eject
  • reject
  • expel
  • discard
  • cut
  • send to coventry
  • boycott;
  • banish
  • bounce * [U.S.]
  • fire *
  • fire out *;
  • throw
  • throw up
  • throw off
  • throw away
  • throw aside
  • push
  • throw off
  • throw away
  • throw aside
  • shovel out
  • shovel
  • away
  • sweep out
  • sweep away
  • brush off
  • brush away
  • whisk off
  • whisk away
  • turn off
  • turn away
  • send off
  • send away
  • discharge
  • send adrift
  • turn
  • adrift
  • cast adrift
  • turn out
  • bundle out
  • throw overboard
  • give the sack
  • to
  • send packing
  • send about one's business
  • send to the right about;
  • strike off the roll
  • turn out neck and heels
  • turn out
  • head and shoulders
  • turn out neck and crop
  • pack off
  • send away with a flea
  • in the ear
  • send to Jericho
  • bow out
  • show the door to
  • turn out of doors
  • turn out of house and home
  • evict
  • oust
  • unhouse
  • unkennel
  • dislodge
  • depopulate
  • relegate
  • deport
  • empty
  • drain to the dregs
  • sweep off
  • clear off
  • clear out
  • clear
  • away
  • suck
  • draw off
  • clean out
  • make a clean sweep of
  • clear decks
  • purge
  • disembowel
  • eviscerate
  • gut
  • unearth
  • root out
  • root up
  • averuncate|
  • weed out
  • get out
  • eliminate
  • get rid of
  • do away with
  • shake off
  • vomit
  • throw up
  • regurgitate
  • spew
  • puke
  • retch
  • heave
  • upchuck
  • chuck up
  • barf
  • belch out
  • cast up
  • bring up
  • be sick
  • get sick
  • worship the porcelain god
  • disgorge
  • expectorate
  • clear the throat
  • hawk
  • spit
  • sputter
  • splutter
  • slobber
  • drivel
  • slaver
  • eructate
  • drool
  • unpack
  • unlade
  • unload
  • unship
  • offload
  • break bulk
  • dump
  • be let out
  • spew forth
  • erupt
  • ooze
  • Adj. emitting
  • emitted
  • Int. begone! get you gone! get away
  • go away
  • get along
  • go along
  • get
  • along with you
  • go along with you! go your way! away with! off with you!
  • get the hell out of here![vulg.]
  • go about your business! be off!

#298. [Eating.] Food. -- N. eating

  • deglutition
  • gulp
  • mastication
  • rumination
  • gluttony
  • 957
  • [CAUSED BY: appetite
  • mouth
  • jaws
  • mandible
  • chops
  • drinking
  • potation
  • draught
  • libation
  • carousal
  • 840
  • drunkenness
  • food
  • pabulum
  • aliment
  • nourishment
  • nutriment
  • sustenance
  • sustentation
  • sustention
  • nurture
  • subsistence
  • provender
  • corn
  • feed
  • fodder
  • provision
  • ration
  • keep
  • commons
  • board
  • commissariat
  • (provision) 6
  • prey
  • forage
  • pasture
  • pasturage
  • fare
  • cheer
  • diet
  • dietary
  • regimen
  • belly timber
  • staff of life
  • bread
  • bread and cheese
  • comestibles
  • eatables
  • victuals
  • edibles
  • ingesta
  • grub
  • grubstake
  • meat
  • bread
  • bread stuffs
  • cereals
  • viands
  • delicacy
  • dainty
  • creature comforts
  • contents of the larder
  • fleshpots
  • festal board
  • ambrosia
  • good cheer
  • good living
  • beef
  • bun
  • cornstarch [U.S.]
  • cookie
  • cooky [U.S.];
  • cracker
  • doughnut
  • hardtack
  • hoecake [U.S.]
  • hominy [U.S.];
  • mutton
  • pilot bread
  • pork
  • rusk
  • ship biscuit
  • veal
  • joint
  • roast and boiled
  • remove
  • hash
  • stew
  • ragout
  • fricassee
  • mince
  • pottage
  • broth
  • soup
  • consomme
  • puree
  • pie
  • pasty
  • pudding
  • omelet
  • pastry
  • sweets
  • condiment
  • appetizer
  • main course
  • entree
  • alligator pear
  • apple
  • apple slump
  • artichoke
  • griddlecake
  • pancake
  • flapjack
  • avocado
  • banana
  • beche de
  • barbecue
  • beefsteak
  • beet root
  • blackberry
  • blancmange
  • bloater
  • bouillon
  • breadfruit
  • chop suey [U.S.]
  • chowder
  • clam
  • compote
  • damper
  • fish
  • grapes
  • hasty pudding
  • ice cream
  • lettuce
  • mango
  • mangosteen
  • mince pie
  • oatmeal
  • oyster
  • pineapple
  • porridge
  • porterhouse steak
  • sauerkraut
  • sea slug
  • sturgeon ("Albany beef")
  • succotash [U.S.]
  • vanilla
  • waffle
  • walnut
  • table
  • cuisine
  • bill of fare
  • menu
  • ordinary
  • entree
  • meal
  • repast
  • feed
  • spread
  • mess
  • dish
  • plate
  • course
  • regale;
  • refreshment
  • entertainment
  • refection
  • collation
  • picnic
  • feast
  • banquet
  • junket
  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • luncheon
  • dinner
  • supper
  • snack
  • junk food
  • fast food
  • whet
  • bait
  • dessert
  • potluck
  • dejeuner a la
  • hearty meal
  • square meal
  • substantial meal
  • full meal;
  • blowout*
  • light refreshment
  • bara
  • mouthful
  • bolus
  • morsel
  • sop
  • drink
  • beverage
  • liquor
  • broth
  • soup
  • potion
  • dram
  • draught
  • drench
  • swill*
  • nip
  • sip
  • sup
  • gulp
  • wine
  • spirits
  • liqueur
  • beer
  • ale
  • malt liquor
  • Sir John Barleycorn
  • heavy wet
  • grog
  • toddy
  • flip
  • purl
  • punch
  • cup
  • bishop
  • wassail
  • gin
  • coffee
  • chocolate
  • cocoa
  • tea
  • the cup that cheers but not inebriates
  • bock beer
  • lager beer
  • Pilsener beer
  • Brazil tea
  • cider
  • claret
  • ice water
  • mate
  • mint julep [U.S.]
  • near beer
  • 3.2 beer
  • non-alcoholic beverage
  • eating house
  • [person who eats] diner
  • hippophage
  • glutton
  • V. eat
  • feed
  • fare
  • devour
  • swallow
  • take
  • gulp
  • bolt
  • snap
  • fall to;
  • despatch
  • dispatch
  • discuss
  • take down
  • get down
  • gulp down
  • lay in
  • tuck
  • in*
  • lick
  • pick
  • peck
  • gormandize
  • bite
  • champ
  • munch
  • crunch
  • chew
  • masticate
  • nibble
  • gnaw
  • mumble
  • live on
  • feed upon
  • batten upon
  • fatten upon
  • feast upon
  • browse
  • graze
  • crop
  • regale
  • carouse
  • eat heartily
  • do
  • justice to
  • play a good knife and fork
  • banquet
  • break bread
  • break one's fast
  • breakfast
  • lunch
  • dine
  • take tea
  • sup
  • drink in
  • drink up
  • drink one's fill
  • quaff
  • sip
  • sup
  • suck
  • suck up;
  • lap
  • swig
  • swill*
  • chugalug[slang]
  • tipple
  • empty
  • one's glass
  • drain the cup
  • toss off
  • toss one's glass
  • wash down
  • crack a
  • bottle
  • wet one's whistle
  • purvey
  • Adj. eatable
  • edible
  • comestible
  • alimentary
  • cereal
  • dietetic
  • culinary
  • nutritive
  • nutritious
  • gastric;
  • succulent
  • potable
  • potulent|
  • bibulous
  • omnivorous
  • carnivorous
  • herbivorous
  • graminivorous
  • xylophagous
  • Phr[Biol]. "across the walnuts and the wine" [Tennyson]
  • "blessed
  • hour of our dinners!" [O. Meredith]
  • "now good digestion wait on appetite
  • and health on both!" [Macbeth]
  • "who can cloy the hungry edge of appetite?"
  • [Richard II]

#299. Excretion -- N. excretion

  • discharge
  • emanation
  • exhalation
  • exudation
  • extrusion
  • secretion
  • effusion
  • extravasation[Med]
  • ecchymosis[Med]
  • evacuation
  • dejection
  • faeces
  • excrement
  • shit
  • stools
  • crap[vulg.]
  • bloody flux
  • coeliac-flux
  • coeliac-passion;
  • dysentery
  • perspiration
  • sweat
  • exudation
  • diaphoresis;
  • sewage
  • eccrinology[Med]
  • saliva
  • spittle
  • rheum
  • salivation
  • catarrh;
  • diarrhoea
  • ejecta
  • egesta[Biol]
  • sputa
  • excreta
  • lava
  • exuviae
  • (uncleanness) 653[Lat]
  • hemorrhage
  • bleeding
  • outpouring
  • V. excrete
  • emanate

 

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