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Anything , an·y·thing / ˈenēˌ[unvoicedth]ing/ • pron. used to refer to a thing, no matter what: nobody was saying anything. ∎ used for emphasis: I was ready for… lact- , lact- stem of L. lac, lact- milk (cf. Gr. gála, galakt-; see GALAXY) in derivs.: lactation XVII(f. L. lactāre), lacteal XVII (f. L. lacteus), lacteou… callous , callous •Callas, callous, callus, Dallas, Pallas, phallus •Nablus • manless •hapless, mapless •atlas, fatless, hatless •braless, parlous •armless • a… Calcination , cal·cine / ˈkalˌsīn/ • v. [tr.] [usu. as adj.] (calcined) reduce, oxidize, or desiccate by roasting or strong heat: calcined bone ash. DERIVATIVES: c… atrocious , atrocious •factious, fractious •anxious • captious •precious, semi-precious •infectious •conscientious, contentious, licentious, pretentious, sentent… Elizaphan , Elzaphan (ĕl´zəfăn, ĕlzā´–), the same as Elizaphan. Elizaphan (ēlĬz´əfăn, ĕlĬzā´–). In the Bible, Aaron's cousin. An alternate spelling is Elzaphan.
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