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- v. To annex
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To add or annex; to join.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To add or put, as one thing to another; annex.
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I know that the adject poverty of single-parenthood is blind to gender.
Her descent into adject subjugation is painful to watch.
XLS has some forensic antifeatures neighborlee schestowitz, and I dont give it much thought based on his willingness to use colorful adject ives so easily. .lost c redibility especiallly in light of the now seen debia devlopers view of this whole mono encumbered mess
Badmoodman: You are right, we should be spending more time discussing the adject failure of the Bush Administration’s Iraq policy.
"pot plant" is not listed under potted adject., they list (2) "planted or grown in a pot" they don't have "potted plant" as a noun listed separately BUT, if I check my big old 1935
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