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ID Word Definition

435

accosted
[.] ACCOST'ED, pp. Address; first spoken to. In heraldry, being side by side.

831

adjusted
[.] ADJUST'ED, pp. Made exact or conformable; reduced to a right form or standard settled.

970

adusted
[.] ADUST'ED, a. Become hot and dry; burnt; scorched.

1162

afforested
[.] AFFOR'ESTED, pp. Converted into forest.

3737

arrested
[.] ARREST'ED, pp. Seized; apprehended; stopped; hindered; restrained.

4039

assisted
[.] ASSIST'ED, pp. Helped; aided.

4306

attested
[.] ATTEST'ED, pp. Proved or supported by testimony, solemn or official; witnessed; supported by evidence.

4858

ballasted
[.] BAL'LASTED, pp. Furnished with ballast; kept steady by a counterpoising force.

5185

basted
[.] BASTED, pp. Beat with a stick; moistened with fat or other matter in roasting; sewed together with long stitches,or slightly.

5999

betrusted
[.] BETRUST'ED, pp. Entrusted; confided; committed in trust.

6413

blasted
[.] BL'ASTED, pp. Affected by some cause that checks growth, injures, impairs, destroys, or renders abortive; split by an explosion of gunpowder.

7240

breasted
[.] BREAST'ED, a. Having a broad breast; having a fine voice.

7416

broad-breasted
[.] BROAD-BREASTED, a. Having a broad breast.

8732

casted
[.] CASTED, pp. For cast, is not in use.

10112

cisted
[.] CISTED, a. Inclosed in a cyst. [See Cysted.]

10435

close-fisted
[.] CLOSE-FISTED, a. Covetous; niggardly.

10515

club-fisted
[.] CLUB-FISTED, a. Having a large fist.

10652

coasted
[.] COASTED, pp. Sailed by.

12437

contrasted
[.] CONTRASTED, pp. Set in opposition; examined in opposition.

13481

crested
[.] CRESTED, a. [from crest.] [.] 1. Wearing a crest; adorned with a crest or plume; having a comb; as a crested helmet; a crested cock. [.] 2. In natural history, having a tuft like a crest.

13749

crusted
[.] CRUSTED, pp. Covered with a crust.

14710

deep-waisted
[.] DEEP-WAISTED, a. Having a deep waist, as a ship when the quarter deck and forecastle are raised from four to six feet above the level of the main deck.

15652

detested
[.] DETESTED, pp. Hated extremely; abhorred.

15708

devested
[.] DEVESTED, pp. Stripped of clothes; deprived; freed from; alienated or lost, as title.

15976

digested
[.] DIGESTED, pp. Reduced to method; arranged in due order; concocted or prepared in the stomach or by a gentle heat; received without rejection; borne; disposed for use.

16209

disafforested
[.] DISAFFORESTED, pp. Stripped of forest privileges.

16629

disgusted
[.] DISGUSTED, pp. Displeased; offended.

16698

disinterested
[.] DISINTERESTED, a. [.] 1. Uninterested; indifferent; free from self-interest; having no personal interest or private advantage in a question or affair. It is important that a judge should be perfectly disinterested. [.] 2. Not influenced or dictated by private advantage; ...

16699

disinterestedly
[.] DISINTERESTEDLY, adv. In a disinterested manner.

16700

disinterestedness
[.] DISINTERESTEDNESS, n. The state or quality of having no personal interest or private advantage in a question or event; freedom from bias or prejudice, on account of private interest; indifference.

16755

dismasted
[.] DISMASTED, pp. Deprived of a mast or masts.

17120

distasted
[.] DISTASTED, pp. Disrelished; disliked; offended; displeased.

17209

distrusted
[.] DISTRUSTED, pp. Doubted; suspected.

17300

divested
[.] DIVESTED, pp. Stripped; undressed; deprived.

19140

encysted
[.] ENCYST'ED, a. [from cyst.] Inclosed in a bag, bladder or vesicle; as an encysted tumor.

20575

exhausted
[.] EXHAUST'ED, pp. Drawn out; drained off; emptied by drawing, draining or evaporation; wholly used or expended; consumed.

21534

feasted
[.] FE'ASTED, pp. Entertained sumptuously; delighted.

22663

foisted
[.] FOIST'ED, pp. Inserted wrongfully.

22950

forested
[.] FOR'ESTED, pp. Covered with trees; wooded.

22955

foretasted
[.] FORETA'STED, pp. Tasted beforehand or before another.

23486

frosted
[.] FROST'ED, pp. [.] 1. Covered with a composition like white frost. [.] 2. a. Having hair changed to a gray or white color, as if covered with hoar-frost; as a head frosted by age.

23775

fusted
[.] FUST'ED, a. Moldy; ill smelling.

25883

hardfisted
[.] H`ARDFISTED, a. Close fisted; covetous.

25998

harvested
[.] H`ARVESTED, pp. Reaped and collected, as ripe corn and fruits.

26010

hasted
[.] HASTED

26801

high-tasted
[.] HIGH-TASTED, a. Having a strong relish; piquant.

26983

hoisted
[.] HOIST'ED, pp. Raised; lifted; drawn up.

28308

impasted
[.] IMPA'STED, a. Concreted, as into paste. [.] 1. Pasted over; covered with paste, or with thick paint.

29290

indigested
[.] INDIGEST'ED, a. [in and digested; L. indigestus.] [.] 1. Not digested; not concocted in the stomach; not changed or prepared for nourishing the body; indigested; crude. [.] 2. Not separated into distinct classes or orders, or into proper from; not regularly disposed ...

29525

inexhausted
[.] INEXHAUST'ED, a. [in and exhausted.] [.] 1. Not exhausted; not emptied; unexhausted. [.] 2. Not spent; not having lost all strength or resources; unexhausted.

29622

infested
[.] INFEST'ED, pp. Troubled; annoyed; harassed; plagued.

29911

inlisted
[.] INLIST'ED, pp. Engaged in military service, as a soldier.

30442

interested
... [.] IN'TERESTED, ...

30630

intertwisted
[.] INTERTWIST'ED, pp. Twisted one with another.

30762

intrusted
[.] INTRUST'ED, pp. Delivered in trust; committed to the hands or care of another, in confidence that he will be faithful in discharging his duty.

30776

intwisted
[.] INTWIST'ED, pp. Twisted together.

30855

invested
[.] INVEST'ED, pp. Clothed; dressed; adorned; inclosed.

33020

listed
[.] LIST'ED, pp. [.] 1. Striped; particolored in stripes. [.] 2. Covered with list. [.] 3. Inclosed for combat. [.] 4. Engaged in public service; enrolled.

34073

manifested
[.] MAN'IFESTED, pp. Made clear; disclosed; made apparent, obvious or evident.

34374

masted
[.] M`ASTED, a. Furnished with a mast or masts.

35647

mistrusted
[.] MISTRUST'ED, pp. Suspected.

35834

molested
[.] MOLEST'ED, pp. Disturbed; troubled; annoyed.

38558

ousted
[.] OUST'ED, pp. Taken away; removed; ejected.

38886

overmasted
[.] OVERM'ASTED, pp. Having masts too long or too heavy for the ship.

42013

posted
[.] POSTED, pp. Placed; stationed. [.] 1. Exposed on a post or by public notice. [.] 2. Carried to a ledger, as accounts.

43411

protested
[.] PROTEST'ED, pp. Solemnly declared or alleged; declared against for non-acceptance or non-payment.

44802

readjusted
[.] READJUST'ED, pp. Adjusted again; resettled.

45325

redigested
[.] REDIGEST'ED, pp. Digested again.

45690

reinlisted
[.] REINLIST'ED, pp. Inlisted anew.

45723

reinvested
[.] REINVEST'ED, pp. Invested again.

46284

requested
[.] REQUEST'ED, pp. Asked; desired; solicited.

46411

resisted
[.] RESIST'ED, pp. Opposed; counteracted; withstood.

46501

rested
[.] REST'ED, pp. Laid on for support.

46778

revested
[.] REVEST'ED, pp. clothed again; invested anew.

46924

ribroasted
[.] RIB'ROASTED, pp. Soundly beaten.

47113

roasted
[.] ROASTED, pp. Dressed by exposure to heat on a spit.

47553

rusted
[.] RUST'ED, pp. Affected with rust.

49058

self-interested
[.] SELF-IN'TERESTED, a. Having self-interest; particularly concerned for one's self.

49847

short-waisted
[.] SHORT-WAISTED, a. [short and waist.] Having a short waist or body.

52139

sted
[.] STED, STEDFAST. [See Stead.]

52140

steddily
... [.] STEADILY, STEDDILY, ...

52141

steddiness
[.] STEADINESS, STEDDINESS, n. [.] 1. Firmness of standing or position; a state of being not tottering or easily moved or shaken. A man stands with steddiness; he walks with steddiness. [.] 2. Firmness of mind or purpose; constancy; resolution. We say, a man has steddiness ...

52142

steddy
[.] STEADY, STEDDY, a. [.] 1. Firm in standing or position; fixed; not tottering or shaking; applicable to any object. [.] 2. Constant in mind, purpose or pursuit; not fickle, changeable or wavering; not easily moved or persuaded to alter a purpose; as a man steddy ...

52143

stedfast
[.] STEADFAST, STEDFAST, a. [stead and fast.] [.] 1. Fast fixed; firm; firmly fixed or established; as the stedfast globe of earth. [.] 2. Constant; firm; resolute; not fickle or wavering. [.] [.] Abide stedfast to thy neighbor in the time of his trouble. [.] [.] Him ...

52144

stedfastly
[.] STEADFASTLY, STEDFASTLY, adv. Firmly; with constancy or steadiness of mind. [.] [.] Steadfastly believe that whatever God has revealed is infallibly true.

52145

stedfastness
[.] STEADFASTNESS, STEDFASTNESS, n. [.] 1. Firmness of standing; fixedness in place. [.] 2. Firmness of mind or purpose; fixedness in principle; constancy; resolution; as the stedfastness of faith. He adhered to his opinions with steadfastness.

52722

strong-fisted
[.] STRONG-FISTED, a. [strong and fist.] Having a strong hand; muscular.

53281

suggested
[.] SUGGEST'ED, pp. Hinted; intimated.

54499

tasted
[.] TASTED, pp. Perceived by the organs of taste; experienced.

54894

tested
[.] TEST'ED, pp. Tried or approved by a test.

55597

toasted
[.] TOASTED, pp. Scorched by heat; named in drinking the health.

56672

trusted
[.] TRUST'ED, pp. Confided in; relied on; depended on; applied to persons. [.] 1. Sold on credit; as goods or property. [.] 2. Delivered in confidence to the care of another; as letters or goods trusted to a carrier or bailee.

56950

twisted
[.] TWIST'ED, pp. Formed by winding threads or strands round each other.

57156

unadjusted
[.] UNADJUST'ED, a. [.] 1. Not adjusted; not settled; not regulated; as differences unadjusted. [.] 2. Not settled; not liquidated; as unadjusted accounts.

57294

unassisted
[.] UNASSIST'ED, a. Not assisted; not aided or helped; as unassisted reason.

57312

unattested
[.] UNATTEST'ED, a. Not attested; having no attestation.

57338

unballasted
[.] UNBAL'LASTED, a. [.] 1. Freed from ballast. [.] 2. a. Not furnished with ballast; not kept steady by ballast or by weight; unsteady; as unballasted wits. [.] "Unballast vessel," for unballasted, in Addison, is an unauthorized phrase.

57415

unblasted
[.] UNBL'ASTED, a. Not blasted; not made to wither.

57742

uncontested
[.] UNCONTEST'ED, a. [.] 1. Not contested; not disputed. [.] 2. Evident; plain.

58064

undigested
[.] UNDIGEST'ED, a. Not digested; not subdued by the stomach; crude.

58273

unexhausted
[.] UNEXHAUST'ED, a. [.] 1. Not exhausted; not drained to the bottom, or to the last article. [.] 2. Not spent; as unexhausted patience or strength.

58696

uninterested
... [.] UNIN'TERESTED, ...

58711

uninvested
[.] UNINVEST'ED, a. [.] 1. Not invested; not clothed. [.] 2. Not converted into some species of property less fleeting than money; as money uninvested.

58949

unmolested
[.] UNMOLEST'ED, a. Not molested; not disturbed; free from disturbance.

59385

unrequested
[.] UNREQUEST'ED, a. Not requested; not asked.

59394

unresisted
[.] UNRESIST'ED, a. [See Resist.] [.] 1. Not resisted; not opposed. [.] 2. Resistless; such as cannot be successfully opposed.

59459

unroosted
[.] UNROOST'ED, a. Driven from the roost.

59807

untasted
[.] UNTASTED, a. [.] 1. Not tasted; not tried by the taste or tongue. [.] 2. Not enjoyed; as untasted pleasures.

59829

untested
[.] UNTEST'ED, a. Not tested; not tried by a standard.

59974

unwasted
[.] UNWASTED, a. [.] 1. Not lost by extravagance or negligence; not lavished away; not dissipated. [.] 2. Not consumed by time or violence. [.] 3. Not lost by exhaustion, evaporation or other means.

60716

vested
[.] VEST'ED, pp. [.] 1. Clothed; covered; closely encompassed. [.] 2. a. Fixed; not in a state of contingency or suspension; as vested rights. [.] Vested legacy, in law, a legacy the right to which commences in presenti, and does not depend on a contingency, as ...

61475

wasted
[.] WASTED, pp. [.] 1. Expended without necessity or use; lost through negligence; squandered. [.] 2. Diminished; dissipated; evaporated; exhausted. [.] 3. Desolated; ruined; destroyed.

62628

worsted
[.] WORSTED, pp. Defeated; overthrown. [.] WORSTED, n. WUSTED. [The origin of this word is uncertain. It is usually supposed to take its name from a town in England or in Flanders; but in Norman, worstetz is mentioned; as lit de morstetz, a bed of worsted.] ...

62685

wrested
[.] WRESTED, pp. Pulled with twisting; distorted; perverted.

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