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Arborary
Arborary Ar"bo*ra*ry, a. [L. arborarius, fr. arbor tree.] Of or pertaining to trees; arboreal.
Contemporary
Contemporary Con*tem"po*ra*ry, a. [Pref. con- + L. temporarius of belonging to time, tempus time. See Temporal, and cf. Contemporaneous.] 1. Living, occuring, or existing, at the same time; done in, or belonging to, the same times; contemporaneous. This king [Henry VIII.] was contemporary with the greatest monarchs of Europe. --Strype. 2. Of the same age; coeval. A grove born with himself he sees, And loves his old contemporary trees. --Cowley.
Contemporary
Contemporary Con*tem"po*ra*ry, n.; pl. Contemporaries. One who lives at the same time with another; as, Petrarch and Chaucer were contemporaries.
Cotemporary
Cotemporary Co*tem"po*ra*ry (k?-t?m"p?-r?-r?), a. Living or being at the same time; contemporary.
Cotemporary
Cotemporary Co*tem"po*ra*ry, n.; pl. Cotemporaries (-r[i^]z). One who lives at the same time with another; a contemporary.
Dishonorary
Dishonorary Dis*hon"or*a*ry, a. Bringing dishonor on; tending to disgrace; lessening reputation. --Holmes.
Extemporary
Extemporary Ex*tem"po*ra*ry, a. 1. Extemporaneous. ``In extemporary prayer.' --Fuller. 2. Made for the occasion; for the time being. [Obs.] ``Extemporary habitations.' --Maundrell.
Honorary
Honorarium Hon`o*ra"ri*um, Honorary Hon"or*a*ry, n. [L. honorarium (sc. donum), fr. honorarius. See Honorary, a.] 1. A fee offered to professional men for their services; as, an honorarium of one thousand dollars. --S. Longfellow. 2. (Law) An honorary payment, usually in recognition of services for which it is not usual or not lawful to assign a fixed business price. --Heumann.
Honorary
Honorary Hon"or*a*ry, a. [L. honorarius, fr. honor honor: cf. F. honoraire.] 1. Done as a sign or evidence of honor; as, honorary services. --Macaulay. 2. Conferring honor, or intended merely to confer honor without emolument; as, an honorary degree. ``Honorary arches.' --Addison. 3. Holding a title or place without rendering service or receiving reward; as, an honorary member of a society.
Horary
Horary Ho"ra*ry, a. [LL. horarius, fr. L. hora hour: cf. F. horaire. See Hour.] 1. Of or pertaining to an hour; noting the hours. --Spectator. 2. Occurring once an hour; continuing an hour; hourly; ephemeral. Horary, or soon decaying, fruits of summer. --Sir T. Browne. Horary circles. See Circles.
Horary circles
Horary Ho"ra*ry, a. [LL. horarius, fr. L. hora hour: cf. F. horaire. See Hour.] 1. Of or pertaining to an hour; noting the hours. --Spectator. 2. Occurring once an hour; continuing an hour; hourly; ephemeral. Horary, or soon decaying, fruits of summer. --Sir T. Browne. Horary circles. See Circles.
Stercorary
Stercorary Ster"co*ra*ry, n. [LL. stercorarium, from L. stercorarius belonging to dung.] A place, properly secured from the weather, for containing dung.
Temporary
Temporary Tem"po*ra*ry, a. [L. temporarius, fr. tempus, temporis, time: cf. F. temporaire.] Lasting for a time only; existing or continuing for a limited time; not permanent; as, the patient has obtained temporary relief. Temporary government of the city. --Motley. Temporary star. (Astron.) See under Star.
Temporary star
Blazing star, Double star, Multiple star, Shooting star, etc. See under Blazing, Double, etc. Nebulous star (Astron.), a small well-defined circular nebula, having a bright nucleus at its center like a star. Star anise (Bot.), any plant of the genus Illicium; -- so called from its star-shaped capsules. Star apple (Bot.), a tropical American tree (Chrysophyllum Cainito), having a milky juice and oblong leaves with a silky-golden pubescence beneath. It bears an applelike fruit, the carpels of which present a starlike figure when cut across. The name is extended to the whole genus of about sixty species, and the natural order (Sapotace[ae]) to which it belongs is called the Star-apple family. Star conner, one who cons, or studies, the stars; an astronomer or an astrologer. --Gascoigne. Star coral (Zo["o]l.), any one of numerous species of stony corals belonging to Astr[ae]a, Orbicella, and allied genera, in which the calicles are round or polygonal and contain conspicuous radiating septa. Star cucumber. (Bot.) See under Cucumber. Star flower. (Bot.) (a) A plant of the genus Ornithogalum; star-of-Bethlehem. (b) See Starwort (b) . (c) An American plant of the genus Trientalis (Trientalis Americana). --Gray. Star fort (Fort.), a fort surrounded on the exterior with projecting angles; -- whence the name. Star gauge (Ordnance), a long rod, with adjustable points projecting radially at its end, for measuring the size of different parts of the bore of a gun. Star grass. (Bot.) (a) A small grasslike plant (Hypoxis erecta) having star-shaped yellow flowers. (b) The colicroot. See Colicroot. Star hyacinth (Bot.), a bulbous plant of the genus Scilla (S. autumnalis); -- called also star-headed hyacinth. Star jelly (Bot.), any one of several gelatinous plants (Nostoc commune, N. edule, etc.). See Nostoc. Star lizard. (Zo["o]l.) Same as Stellion. Star-of-Bethlehem (Bot.), a bulbous liliaceous plant (Ornithogalum umbellatum) having a small white starlike flower. Star-of-the-earth (Bot.), a plant of the genus Plantago (P. coronopus), growing upon the seashore. Star polygon (Geom.), a polygon whose sides cut each other so as to form a star-shaped figure. Stars and Stripes, a popular name for the flag of the United States, which consists of thirteen horizontal stripes, alternately red and white, and a union having, in a blue field, white stars to represent the several States, one for each. With the old flag, the true American flag, the Eagle, and the Stars and Stripes, waving over the chamber in which we sit. --D. Webster. Star showers. See Shooting star, under Shooting. Star thistle (Bot.), an annual composite plant (Centaurea solstitialis) having the involucre armed with radiating spines. Star wheel (Mach.), a star-shaped disk, used as a kind of ratchet wheel, in repeating watches and the feed motions of some machines. Star worm (Zo["o]l.), a gephyrean. Temporary star (Astron.), a star which appears suddenly, shines for a period, and then nearly or quite disappears. These stars are supposed by some astronometers to be variable stars of long and undetermined periods. Variable star (Astron.), a star whose brilliancy varies periodically, generally with regularity, but sometimes irregularly; -- called periodical star when its changes occur at fixed periods. Water star grass (Bot.), an aquatic plant (Schollera graminea) with small yellow starlike blossoms.
Temporary star
Temporary Tem"po*ra*ry, a. [L. temporarius, fr. tempus, temporis, time: cf. F. temporaire.] Lasting for a time only; existing or continuing for a limited time; not permanent; as, the patient has obtained temporary relief. Temporary government of the city. --Motley. Temporary star. (Astron.) See under Star.

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