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What is another word for arch?

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Adjective
Superseding others in importance or status
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“Wallace has been an arch supporter of conservation, whether it affected trees or game.”
Adjective
Deliberately or affectedly playful and teasing
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“They accordingly set out together, Lucy smiling with an arch look on her face as they took their departure.”
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Marked by, or displaying, a boldness of character
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“In its mannered stylization, Down With Love could be perceived as so arch as to be unfunny, and a cynical attempt to exploit style at the expense of substance.”
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Filled with hatred or intense rivalry (towards another or each other)
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Of, or involved in the affairs of, the community, especially in government or entertainment
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Sly, cunning, and full of tricks
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Questioning or suggesting puzzlement
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Showing or suggesting that one has knowledge or awareness of something
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Having or showing an ability to deal with people in a sensitive and tactful way
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Noun
A shape resembling an arch
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“Through the arch of the cave, as far as the eye can see, misted peaks sit, poised like advancing waves.”
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A curved symmetrical structure
“The triple arch on Bridge Street, which spans the main road into town from Lurgan and Gilford, is similar to one photographed in the same place in 1933.”
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A small door or gate, especially one associated with a larger one
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A structure that complements or supplements something else
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A framework in the form of a passageway of columns that supports a trelliswork roof
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Something intended to reconcile or connect two seemingly incompatible things
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A construction or natural feature that spans a divide
Verb
To form, or cause to form, the curved shape of an arch
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“Zebul wished for the beauty of climbing vines that would arch overhead to form a passageway when summer came.”
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To move, or cause to move, in a spiral or curved course
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To physically bow or bend over
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Bend and give way under pressure or strain
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To extend across or over to the other side of an area
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