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Not partial or biased; unprejudiced
An impartial analysis of the case
An impartial evaluation of the job applicant's qualifications that does not consider age, gender, or race.
Of or relating to the range of invisible radiation wave lengths.
Relating to, producing or exploying infrared radiation (Infrared therapy)
- Sensitive to infrared radiation
- Infrared sensors that detect body heat.
Having or relating to a frequency below the audibility range of the human ear.
Involving, existing between, or connecting two or more states; esp of the United States
Someone who intrudes on the privacy or property of another without permission
I had hoped to help my neighbors, but they regarded me as an interloper.
Summer residents were regarded as interlopers who had no deep commitment to the town's welfare.
Existing or carried on within the bounds of an institution, especially a school: (intramural atheletics)
Occuring or situated within the wall of a cavity or organ
The deliberate, willful giving of false, misleading, or incomplete testimony under oath.
He was found guilty of perjury.
To reject (something) formally
Abjured some long-held beliefs when she converted to another religion.
A strict religion sect that abjures the luxuries, comforts, and conveniences of the modern world.
- To abstrain from; avoid
- Abjure extravagance
A body of people entitled to vote
To make (pain for example) more bearable
A drug that alleviates cold symptoms.
A car pool alleviates some of the stress of driving the kids to and from school every day.
To rise or float in or as if in the air especially in seeming defiance of gravitation
The woman levitated above the stage.
The magician claimed he could levitate a car.
The art of effective public speaking
He took lessons in elocution.
The oft-told story that he practiced elocution by learning to speak with a mouth full of pebbles.
Characterized by or showing a tendency to talk a great deal; very talkative
A loquacious and glib politican.
The loquacious host of a radio talk show.
Emitting light not caused by heat
The luminescent of the watch.
We could see inside the cave even without a flashlight because of the luminescence coming from some of the fungus on the walls.
To give an explanation that serves to clarify
When asked for details, he declined to elucidate further.
Colored charts that really help to elucidate the points made in the texts.
Difficult to catch "an elusive thief"
Preferring or living in solitude and anonymity
Difficult to remember "an elusive thought"
Hard to comrehened or define
The truth may prove elusive.
A usually short period or gap, eg between the acts of a play etc.
We bought an ice-cream during the interlude.
An interlude of calm during the violence.
A usually short simple play or dramatic entertainment.
A musical composition inserted between the parts of a longer composition, a drama, or religious service.
- She left for a brief interlude.
- He has resumed his acting carreer after a two year interlude.
- They always met in the city for their romantic interlude.
- A drama with musical interludes.
Of or relating to the period before the flood described in the Bible.
Made, evolved, or developed a long time ago (Antediluvian automobile)
Exteremely primitive or outmoded (Antediluvian prejudice)
He has antediluvian notions about the role of women in the work place.
Having or displaying great dignity or nobility
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