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  • 61 Glib — (gl[i^]b), a. [Compar. {Glibber} (gl[i^]b b[ e]r); superl. {Glibbest} (gl[i^]b b[e^]st).] [Prob. fr. D. glibberen, glippen, to slide, glibberig, glipperig, glib, slippery.] [1913 Webster] 1. Smooth; slippery; as, ice is glib. [Obs.] [1913… …

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  • 62 Glibber — Glib Glib (gl[i^]b), a. [Compar. {Glibber} (gl[i^]b b[ e]r); superl. {Glibbest} (gl[i^]b b[e^]st).] [Prob. fr. D. glibberen, glippen, to slide, glibberig, glipperig, glib, slippery.] [1913 Webster] 1. Smooth; slippery; as, ice is glib. [Obs.]… …

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  • 63 Glibbest — Glib Glib (gl[i^]b), a. [Compar. {Glibber} (gl[i^]b b[ e]r); superl. {Glibbest} (gl[i^]b b[e^]st).] [Prob. fr. D. glibberen, glippen, to slide, glibberig, glipperig, glib, slippery.] [1913 Webster] 1. Smooth; slippery; as, ice is glib. [Obs.]… …

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  • 64 Patter — Pat ter, n. 1. A quick succession of slight sounds; as, the patter of rain; the patter of little feet. [1913 Webster] 2. Glib and rapid speech; a voluble harangue. [1913 Webster] 3. The cant of a class; patois; as, thieves s patter; gypsies… …

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  • 65 Smooth — (sm[=oo][th]), a. [Compar. {Smoother} (sm[=oo][th] [ e]r); superl. {Smoothest}.] [OE. smothe, smethe, AS. sm[=e][eth]e, sm[oe][eth]e, where [=e], [oe], come from an older [=o]; cf. LG. sm[ o]de, sm[ o]e, sm[ o]dig; of uncertain origin.] 1. Having …

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  • 66 Smoother — Smooth Smooth (sm[=oo][th]), a. [Compar. {Smoother} (sm[=oo][th] [ e]r); superl. {Smoothest}.] [OE. smothe, smethe, AS. sm[=e][eth]e, sm[oe][eth]e, where [=e], [oe], come from an older [=o]; cf. LG. sm[ o]de, sm[ o]e, sm[ o]dig; of uncertain… …

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  • 67 Smoothest — Smooth Smooth (sm[=oo][th]), a. [Compar. {Smoother} (sm[=oo][th] [ e]r); superl. {Smoothest}.] [OE. smothe, smethe, AS. sm[=e][eth]e, sm[oe][eth]e, where [=e], [oe], come from an older [=o]; cf. LG. sm[ o]de, sm[ o]e, sm[ o]dig; of uncertain… …

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  • 68 Volubilate — Vo*lu bi*late, Volubile Vol u*bile],a. [See {Voluble}.] Turning, or whirling; winding; twining; voluble. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 69 Volubile — Volubilate Vo*lu bi*late, Volubile Vol u*bile],a. [See {Voluble}.] Turning, or whirling; winding; twining; voluble. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 70 Dion McGregor — (1922–1994) was a New York City born songwriter, whose main claim to fame is that he was a voluble dreamer, or somniloquist. As a songwriter, McGregor s biggest success came when his song Where Is The Wonder (cowritten with roommate Michael Barr) …

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  • 71 Christianity in Australia — Main article: Religion in Australia Christianity by Country …

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  • 72 Mitică — The Bucharest Tribunal during the 1890s (a horse drawn tram to the left) Mitică (Romanian pronunciation: [miˈtikə]) is a fictional character who appears in several sketch stories by Romanian writer Ion Luca Caragiale, and whose name is a… …

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  • 73 Enrique Vila-Matas — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El escritor Enrique Vila Matas. Enrique Vila Matas (Barcelona, 31 de marzo de 1948), es un escritor español. C …

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  • 74 mental disorder — Any illness with a psychological origin, manifested either in symptoms of emotional distress or in abnormal behaviour. Most mental disorders can be broadly classified as either psychoses or neuroses (see neurosis; psychosis). Psychoses (e.g.,… …

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  • 75 volubility — noun a) the state of being voluble b) the degree to which someone is voluble …

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  • 76 Anexo:Falsos amigos — Los falsos amigos son palabras que, a pesar de tener significados diferentes, pueden escribirse o pronunciarse de una manera similar en dos o más idiomas. Lo anterior puede deberse tanto a distintas etimologías como a un cambio en el significado… …

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  • 77 Anexo:Sesgos cognitivos — El hombre en el centro ha cometido un error en sus pasos de baile, y choca contra la mujer, que se enoja y los demás murmuran. En la obra de Jane Austen Orgullo y prejuicio (1813) se muestra claramente el prejuicio de clases sociales y cómo el… …

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  • 78 loquacious — I adjective babbling, blabbing, chattering, chatty, communicative, copious in speech, disposed to talk freely, effusive, exuberant, flatulent, fluent, gabby, garrulous, garrulus, glib, gushy, informative, jabbering, long winded, longiloquent,… …

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  • 79 Zarcillo — I (Del ant. cercillo < lat. circellus, circulito.) ► sustantivo masculino 1 INDUMENTARIA Y MODA Pendiente o arete: ■ estos zarcillos me aprietan mucho la oreja. 2 Marca que se practica al ganado lanar en las orejas. 3 BOTÁNICA Órgano… …

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  • 80 Veleta — ► sustantivo femenino 1 Pieza giratoria, en general metálica y de formas diversas que, colocada en lo alto de un edificio, es movida por los vientos, mostrando así la dirección de éstos. 2 coloquial Persona inconstante, voluble o mudable: ■ es un …

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