from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. That which neutralizes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, neutralizes; that which destroys, disguises, or renders inert the peculiar properties of a body.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which neutralizes; that which destroys, disguises, or renders inert the peculiar properties of anything. Also spelled neutraliser.
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It would have been better if the RNC had given money to 'neutralizer' to get mental help.
A "remote-control machine" that can control any moving vehicle within 50 miles, and a "neutralizer" that neutralizes same.
She continued in her role as "neutralizer" on the subsequent episode of TNA iMPACT!
It was supposed to be Google's answer to social sharing, if not a Facebook and Twitter killer, at least a neutralizer.
Gratitude is like a neutralizer for anger and negativity, transforming it from a self-destructive force into a productive energy.
An ARMED CITIZENS are the best neutralizer for an abusive government. once upon a horse
The unknown is revered, its reverence manifest in cultures and traditions new and old, the great neutralizer for which we alter our behavior in recognition of its pre-eminent state.
Either President Obama, who is a shrewd neutralizer of political rivals, plays a wild card in the 2012 race and offers his VP slot for the next term neither to Joe Biden or Hillary Clinton but rather to General Petraeus -- thus robbing from the Republicans and the Tea Party movement someone who may be the best chance for a revival of 'America as Great Power, national security-oriented leadership'.
Can't SDT just spritsch their cans w/an odor neutralizer and leave the rest out of it?
The Swifts and their close friends wore wrist watches with neutralizer coils.