from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to add ions.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. add ions to
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I'm the first to recognize that the resources my office brings are disproport ionate to the generosity of the Iranian Government and people, he stated.
Sunset Malibu's detox program is hands on 24 hours a day and is done in an extremely gentle, comp ionate and ...
Abfalom fled to I'almai, to the King of Geihur, and he continued at the Court of his Grand-father three years; at this time David's fond and affc8: ionate difpofition began to relent, he regreted his abfence, and his banifliment, he Commiflioned Joab, his Gcneril, to bring back his Son, and fent him for that purpofe to Gefliur;
Marcellin and Madeleine Castaing were passionate about art and they took it upon themselves to buy Soutine’s works AND to have him as a guest in their rural property near Chartres every year from 1930 on.
ionate to or incommensurate with the performers vegetablelollipop: Whenever I see James Franco perform, something about his acting ljblinddog 4 minutes ago 12:12 PM
I am your mod affe (3: ionate hufband, and obedient fervant,
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