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strict, fanatic, excessive, inhuman disciplinarian (always used in a derogatory sense and generally showing resentment and anger on the part of the user, showing contempt for the discipline)
ne who paints, writes, composes, plays a musical instrument, or engages in scientific experiments purely for amusement
a woman that is stereotypically masculine in personality — coarse, aggressive, loud-mouthed, overbearing
excessive or blind patriotism/loyalty; OR an attitude of superiority toward members of the opposite sex
he philosophy or system of governing a country, or of managing a business or institution, so that the citizens, employees, or staff are treated in a manner suggesting a father-children relationship
fatherhood, as to question someone's paternity, to file a paternity suit in order to collect child support from the assumed, accused, or self-acknowledged father
a person chosen, named, or honored as a special guardian, protector, or supporter, or one that uses wealth or influence to help an individual, an institution, or a cause
to act as patron of; provide aid or support for, or to adopt an air of condescension toward; treat haughtily or coolly
"soul mother"; actually, the school or college from which one has graduated, and which in a sense is one's intellectual mother
killing oneself (intentionally); both the act and the person who has been completely successful in performing the act (partially doesn't count)
etymologically, to have a brotherly relationship with (may be used to indicate social intercourse between people, irrespective of sex, as in "Members of the faculty often fraternize after school hours" — and perhaps more commonly, there may be the implication of having a social relationship with one's subordinates in an organization, or even with one's so-called inferiors,
a men's organization in a high school or college, often labeled with Greek letters; or any group of people of similar interests or profession
plural noun, formerly designated the emblems or insignia or dress of a king, and now refers to any impressively formal clothes, or, more commonly, to the decorations, insignia, or uniform of a rank, position, office, social club
excessively, even absurdly, catering to, doting on, worshiping, and submitting to the most outlandish or outrageous demands of one's wife
pertaining to or referring to, or characteristic of, a husband; but the meaning has changed to include the marriage relationship of both husband and wife, as marital duties, obligations, privileges, arguments,
morbid compulsion to steal, not from any economic motive, but simply because the urge to take another's possessions is irresistible
in law, setting fire to another's property, or to one's own property, for the purpose of economic gain MONEY
morbid, incessant, uncontrollable, and intense desire, on the part of the female, for sexual intercourse
one who attacks religious images or settled beliefs or institutions (sneers at convention and tradition)
a knowing beforehand, hence a prediction, generally but not solely, as to the course of a disease
extreme depression of mind or spirits, often centered on imaginary physical ailments; morbid concern about one's health, especially when accompanied by delusions of physical disease
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