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Noun
The chest or heart as the seat of one's emotions
Noun
The dead body of a person or animal
Noun
A structure of bones typical in an animate being
Noun
A general description or plan showing the essential features of something but without the detail
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A cube with numbers or symbols on each side and used in games of chance
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The meeting of fists as a social gesture, equivalent to a high-five
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A person's body with reference to its size or build
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Plural for a composite material making up the skeleton of most vertebrates
“Sometime during the 1800s, Calvin Corey found a large bone, believed to be from either a mastodon or a whale, on his farm in the swamp area across the road from the Potts Site.”
Noun
Plural for an affection or proclivity for a person, activity or thing
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“He's not interested in being the boss, being famous, or making a pot of money. There's not a competitive bone in his body.”
Noun
(usually "bones") Plural for a person's emotional, visceral self
“Deep in my bone, I know why this happened.”
Noun
(slang) Plural for a U.S. dollar
“Ben had lost everything. He barely had a bone to his name, and he was desperate.”
Noun
(bone to pick) Plural for a grievance, especially one that has been raised with someone in particular
“All her students are fighters in her army, which meant if someone had a bone to pick with Scathach, they had a bone to pick with you.”
Noun
Plural for the uppermost portion of the foot and lowermost portion of the leg, which contain this skeletal joint
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Plural for the bone of the lower jaw
Noun
Plural for an argument or controversy, or the state of such
Noun
Plural for the holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially held
Noun
Plural for the row of bony segments that surround and protect the spinal cord
Verb
To prepare food, especially by removing the bone or bones from
“Skin and bone the salmon, then cut it about seven inches in length.”
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To unlawfully take possession of something
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To engage in carnal activity
Verb
To make smooth, glossy or shiny by rubbing, cleaning, or grinding
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