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Anthocopa papaveris
Poppy Pop"py, n.; pl. Poppies. [OE. popy, AS. popig, L. papaver.] (Bot.) Any plant or species of the genus Papaver, herbs with showy polypetalous flowers and a milky juice. From one species (Papaver somniferum) opium is obtained, though all the species contain it to some extent; also, a flower of the plant. See Illust. of Capsule. California poppy (Bot.), any yellow-flowered plant of the genus Eschscholtzia. Corn poppy. See under Corn. Horn, or Horned, poppy. See under Horn. Poppy bee (Zo["o]l.), a leaf-cutting bee (Anthocopa papaveris) which uses pieces cut from poppy petals for the lining of its cells; -- called also upholsterer bee. Prickly poppy (Bot.), Argemone Mexicana, a yellow-flowered plant of the Poppy family, but as prickly as a thistle. Poppy seed, the seed the opium poppy (P. somniferum). Spatling poppy (Bot.), a species of Silene (S. inflata). See Catchfly.
Beslavering
Beslaver Be*slav"er, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Beslavered; p. pr. & vb. n. Beslavering.] To defile with slaver; to beslobber.
Cadaveric
Cadaveric Ca*dav"er*ic, a. Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a corpse, or the changes produced by death; cadaverous; as, cadaveric rigidity. --Dunglison. Cadaveric alkaloid, an alkaloid generated by the processes of decomposition in dead animal bodies, and thought by some to be the cause of the poisonous effects produced by the bodies. See Ptomaine.
Cadaveric alkaloid
Cadaveric Ca*dav"er*ic, a. Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a corpse, or the changes produced by death; cadaverous; as, cadaveric rigidity. --Dunglison. Cadaveric alkaloid, an alkaloid generated by the processes of decomposition in dead animal bodies, and thought by some to be the cause of the poisonous effects produced by the bodies. See Ptomaine.
Cadaverine
Cadaverine Ca*dav"er*ine, n. Also -in -in . [From Cadaver.] (Chem.) A sirupy, nontoxic ptomaine, C5H14N2 (chemically pentamethylene diamine), formed in putrefaction of flesh, etc.
Calaverite
Calaverite Ca`la*ve"rite, n. (Min.) A bronze-yellow massive mineral with metallic luster; a telluride of gold; -- first found in Calaveras County California.
Gaverick
Gaverick Ga"ver*ick, n. (Zo["o]l.) The European red gurnard (Trigla cuculus). [Prov. Eng.]
Maverick
Maverick Mav"er*ick, v. t. To take a maverick. [Western U. S.]
Maverick
Maverick Mav"er*ick, n. In the southwestern part of the united States, a bullock or heifer that has not been branded, and is unclaimed or wild; -- said to be from Maverick, the name of a cattle owner in Texas who neglected to brand his cattle.
Maverick brand
Maverick brand Maverick brand A brand originated by a dishonest cattleman, who, without owning any stock, gradually accumulates a herd by finding mavericks. [Western U. S.]
Palavering
Palaver Pa*la"ver, v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. Palavered; p. pr. & vb. n. Palavering.] To make palaver with, or to; to used palaver;to talk idly or deceitfully; to employ flattery; to cajole; as, to palaver artfully. Palavering the little language for her benefit. --C. Bront?
Papaverine
Papaverine Pa*pav"er*ine, n. (Chem.) An alkaloid found in opium. It has a weaker therapeutic action than morphine.
Quavering
Quaver Qua"ver, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Quavered; p. pr. & vb. n. Quavering.] [OE. quaven to shake, to tremble; cf. LG. quabbeln to shake, to be soft, of fat substances, quabbe a fat lump of flesh, a dewlap, D. kwabbe, and E. quiver, v.] 1. To tremble; to vibrate; to shake. --Sir I. Newton. 2. Especially, to shake the voice; to utter or form sound with rapid or tremulous vibrations, as in singing; also, to trill on a musical instrument
Slaveries
Slavery Slav"er*y, n.; pl. Slaveries. [See 2d Slave.] 1. The condition of a slave; the state of entire subjection of one person to the will of another. Disguise thyself as thou wilt, still, slavery, said I, still thou art a bitter draught! --Sterne. I wish, from my soul, that the legislature of this state [Virginia] could see the policy of a gradual abolition of slavery. It might prevent much future mischief. --Washington. 2. A condition of subjection or submission characterized by lack of freedom of action or of will. The vulgar slaveries rich men submit to. --C. Lever. There is a slavery that no legislation can abolish, -- the slavery of caste. --G. W. Cable. 3. The holding of slaves. Syn: Bondage; servitude; inthrallment; enslavement; captivity; bond service; vassalage.
Slavering
Slavering Slav"er*ing, a. Drooling; defiling with saliva. -- Slav"er*ing*ly, adv.
Slavering
Slaver Slav"er, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Slavered; p. pr. & vb. n. Slavering.] [Cf. Icel. slafra. See Slabber.] 1. To suffer spittle, etc., to run from the mouth. 2. To be besmeared with saliva. --Shak.
Slaveringly
Slavering Slav"er*ing, a. Drooling; defiling with saliva. -- Slav"er*ing*ly, adv.
Wavering
Waver Wa"ver, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Wavered; p. pr. & vb. n. Wavering.] [OE. waveren, from AS. w[ae]fre wavering, restless. See Wave, v. i.] 1. To play or move to and fro; to move one way and the other; hence, to totter; to reel; to swing; to flutter. With banners and pennons wavering with the wind. --Ld. Berners. Thou wouldst waver on one of these trees as a terror to all evil speakers against dignities. --Sir W. Scott. 2. To be unsettled in opinion; to vacillate; to be undetermined; to fluctuate; as, to water in judgment. Let us hold fast . . . without wavering. --Heb. x. 23. In feeble hearts, propense enough before To waver, or fall off and join with idols. --Milton. Syn: To reel; totter; vacillate. See Fluctuate.
Waveringly
Waveringly Wa"ver*ing*ly, adv. In a wavering manner.
Waveringness
Waveringness Wa"ver*ing*ness, n. The quality or state of wavering.

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