criterion (ie: syntactical criterion)
main subject of sentence
verbs that do not take an object
word that modifies the head (or main subject)
limit, describe, restrict
what class of word the word is
function words that precede nouns
noun in a modifier slot
positions in a sentence
verbs that have an object following them
Greek origin ("art of transmuting materials"); those who practice the medieval forerunner of chemistry, which was based on the supposed transformation of matter
Greek origin ("place of demons"); wild and noisy disorder or confusion; uproar
Latin origin ("luna" = "moon" belief that changes in the moon caused periodic insanity); mentally ill person (not technical)
Sanskrit origin ("five" or "five kinds of"); drink with juice, soda, spice and sometimes liquor
Latin origin ("taken as a tenth" or Old English "kill one of every ten"); drastically reduce the strength of something
for the time being, temporarily
by virtue of an office or position
a great work of art or literature
persona non grata
an unwelcome person; used to describe recalled diplomatic officials
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