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stile
(noun) steps for passing over a fence or wall
gaiter
(noun) 1. a covering for the ankle and instep; 2. a button shoe with a cloth upper
sexton
(noun) an underofficer in a church (now usu. rings bell, takes care of property)
quartern
(noun) a fourth part of something
gimlet
(noun) a hand tool with a screw point and cross handle for boring holes
baize
(noun) a coarse, plain-colored fabric; usu. of wool
flagitious
(adj) 1. scandalous, 2. villanous, corrupt
protreptic
(noun) an exhortation. (adj) hortatory, persuasive
proem
(noun) preface, prelude
paladin
(noun) a champion, legendary hero [orig. one of the 12 peers of Charlemagne in the romances]
salamander
(noun) 1. a mythical animal with the ability to endure fire; 2. various articles used around a fire
condign
(adj) fitting, appropriate, deserved
bagatelle
(noun) a trifle
expatiate
(verb) to talk or write freely and at length
ex parte
(adj) in the interest of one side only (as in a legal dispute)
congé
(noun) 1. formal permission to depart; 2. a bow or curtsy (orig. on leave-taking); 3. unceremonious dismissal
animadvert
(verb) 1. to observe; 2. to criticise or censure
polyphloesboean
(adj) loud-roaring; as the sea
calcareous
(adj) containing calcite (calcium carbonate, limestone)
sward
(noun) turf. (verb) to cover with turf