adjective - capable of holding a large quantity; spacious; roomy.
adjective - A. inclined to find fault and make petty criticisms. B. intending to entrap or confuse; deceptive
trans. verb - to fascinate by special charm, wit, intelligence, or beauty; enrapture
intrans. verb - A. to provide food, services, or entertainment. B. to provide anything wished for or needed; trans. verb - to provide food service for.
noun - A. a general idea or understanding, especially one derived from specific instances or occurrences; abstraction. B. a thought or notion.
noun - the beginning of something; commencement.
adjective - capable of being grasped by the senses or mind; noticeable; discernible.
noun - a rule that imposes a particular standard of action or conduct; guiding principle.
noun - something that holds or contains; a container.
noun - one that receives or is capable of receiving; adjective - functioning as a receiver; receptive
adjective - self-evident; pertaining to an accepted principle or established rule.
adjective - A. determining finally; decisive. B. authoritative and complete. C. precisely outlining; explicit.
adjective - A. relying solely on practical experience without regard for theory. B. relying upon or derived from observation or experiment
adjective - A. based on a belief or theory that accounts for a set of facts and that can be tested; theoretical. B. based on something that is merely supposed or guessed at
trans. verb - A. to assume in advance; take for granted. B. to require as a necessary condition
noun - A. to devise self-satisfying but incorrect reasons for (one's behavior). B. to interpret from a reasonable standpoint; intrans. verb - to devise self-satisfying but incorrect reasons for one's behavior.
noun - A. a statement or statements that present opposing evidence or arguments. B. the act of presenting such evidence.
trans. verb - A. to reject the validity of. B. to refuse to recognize or pay. C. to reject as untrue. D. to disown.
noun - A. the combining of separate elements or substances to form a coherent whole. B. reasoning from the general to the particular; logical deduction
adjective - A. able to be proved true by the presentation of evidence or testimony. B. able to be tested for accuracy as by comparison or investigation
adjective - A. deviating from what is normal; atypical. B. deviating from the proper or expected course.
noun - A. a deviation or departure from the normal or common order, form, or rule. B. something that is irregular, abnormal, or unusual.
noun - A. odd, peculiar, or whimsical behavior. B. an example or instance of diverging from customary or conventional practices.
adjective - A. prevalent in or peculiar to a particular locality or people. B. native.
adjective - A. not consistent with what is logical, customary, or expected; inappropriate. B. not corresponding; disagreeing. C. made up of distinct, inconsistent, or discordant parts or qualities
adjective - A. typical of or concerned with the ordinary, practical, or usual. B. of, relating to, or typical of this world; worldly
adjective - A. conspicuously unconventional; bizarre; absurd. B. strikingly foreign, unfamiliar. C. geographically remote from the familiar world.
noun - a model of perfection or excellence; peerless example.
adjective - being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent.
adjective - not habitual, customary, or common; unusual.