to derice as a conclusion from facts or premises; to guess; to surmise
(from Gk. verb meaning "to perceive")
relating to or dealing with the beautiful; responsive to or zealous about the beautiful
a constitutional or statutory right or privilege, especailly the right to vote
disposed to seek revenge; spiteful
(L. dis-, apart + fundere, to pour)
to make easier
(L, dis-, apart+seminare, to sow) to spread abroad as though sowing seed
any of various devices or pieces of material for reducing shock due to contact; something lying between two larger rival powers
(Gk. asulos, inviolable, from a-, without + sule, right of seizure) an inviolable place or refuge and protection- sanctuary; protection from arrest and extradition given especailly to political refugees
a desendant, child, esp. one of royal stock; a detached living portion of a plant joined to a stock in grafting
1. An aggressive entrance into foreign territory; a raid or invasion.
2. The act of entering another's territory or domain.
1. To inspire or influence thoroughly; pervade: work imbued with the revolutionary spirit.
2. To saturate, impregnate, or dye.
1. To take another's possessions or rights gradually or stealthily: encroach on a neighbor's land.
2. To advance beyond proper or former limits: desert encroaching upon grassland.
1. Extremely persistent in adhering to or doing something; stubborn or relentless
2. Holding together firmly; cohesive: a tenacious material.
1. To seize (private property) for the public treasury, especially as a penalty for wrongdoing.