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Definition of Adjacence

Adjacence means: Alt. of Adjacency

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Adjacence means: Alt. of Adjacency

Meaning of Adjacence

Adjacence means: Alt. of Adjacency

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Adjacence (): Alt. of Adjacency

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Meaning of Adjacence

Adjacence means: Alt. of Adjacency

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Meaning of Constructive

Constructive means: Having ability to construct or form; employed in construction; as, to exhibit constructive power.

Meaning of Cymling

Cymling means: Alt. of Cymbling

Meaning of Inhabiting

Inhabiting means: of Inhabit

Meaning of Obovate

Obovate means: Inversely ovate; ovate with the narrow end downward; as, an obovate leaf.

Meaning of Rettery

Rettery means: A place or establishment where flax is retted. See Ret.

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Meaning of AGGRO

AGGRO means: Aggro is British (Cockney) and Australian slang for aggravation, aggressive troublemaking. Aggro isAmerican slang for wonderful, excellent.

Meaning of stookie

stookie means: Noun. A plaster cast on a broken limb. Also spelt stooky. [Scottish use]

Meaning of blue

blue means: Sad, depressed. What's wrong, Meg? You look a little blue.

Meaning of loft

loft means: n attic. The small space in the rafters of your house where you keep letters from your ex-lovers and all of your school books, just in case they might ever come in handy again. The word “attic” is also used in the U.K.

Meaning of chuddle

chuddle means: Animal excreta, used as in "Ewww... I just stepped in some bird chuddle".

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