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Bevel Bev"el, a. 1. Having the slant of a bevel; slanting. 2. Hence: Morally distorted; not upright. [Poetic] I may be straight, though they themselves be bevel. --Shak. A bevel angle, any angle other than one of 90[deg]. Bevel wheel, a cogwheel whose working face is oblique to the axis. --Knight., Clean Clean, a. [Compar. Cleaner; superl. Cleanest.] [OE. clene, AS. cl?ne; akin to OHG. chleini pure, neat, graceful, small, G. klein small, and perh. to W. glan clean, pure, bright; all perh. from a primitive, meaning bright, shining. Cf. Glair.] 1. Free from dirt or filth; as, clean clothes. 2. Free from that which is useless or injurious; without defects; as, clean land; clean timber. 3. Free from awkwardness; not bungling; adroit; dexterous; as, aclean trick; a clean leap over a fence. 4. Free from errors and vulgarisms; as, a clean style. 5. Free from restraint or neglect; complete; entire. When ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not make clean riddance of corners of thy field. --Lev. xxiii. 22. 6. Free from moral defilement; sinless; pure. Create in me a clean heart, O God. --Ps. li. 10 That I am whole, and clean, and meet for Heaven --Tennyson. 7. (Script.) Free from ceremonial defilement. 8. Free from that which is corrupting to the morals; pure in tone; healthy. ``Lothair is clean.' --F. Harrison. 9. Well-proportioned; shapely; as, clean limbs. A clean bill of health, a certificate from the proper authority that a ship is free from infection. Clean breach. See under Breach, n., 4. To make a clean breast. See under Breast., Clerical Cler"ic*al, a. [LL. clericalis. See Clerk.] 1. Of or pertaining to the clergy; suitable for the clergy. ``A clerical education.' --Burke. 2. Of or relating to a clerk or copyist, or to writing. ``Clerical work.' --E. Everett. A clerical error, an error made in copying or writing., Multiple Mul"ti*ple, n. (Math.) A quantity containing another quantity a number of times without a remainder. Note: A common multiple of two or more numbers contains each of them a number of times exactly; thus, 24 is a common multiple of 3 and 4. The least common multiple is the least number that will do this; thus, 12 is the least common multiple of 3 and 4., Slam Slam, n. (Card Playing) Winning all the tricks of a deal (called, in bridge, grand slam, the winning of all but one of the thirteen tricks being called a little slam)., Abaxial Ab*ax"i*al ([a^]b*[a^]ks"[i^]*al), Abaxile Ab*ax"ile ([a^]b*[a^]ks"[i^]l),a. [L. ab + axis axle.] (Bot.) Away from the axis or central line; eccentric. --Balfour., Abdicable Ab"di*ca*ble, a. Capable of being abdicated., Abdominal Ab*dom"i*nal, n.; E. pl. Abdominals, L. pl. Abdominales. A fish of the group Abdominales., Abdominales Ab*dom`i*na"les, n. pl. [NL., masc. pl.] (Zo["o]l.) A group including the greater part of fresh-water fishes, and many marine ones, having the ventral fins under the abdomen behind the pectorals., Okra O"kra, n. (Bot.) An annual plant (Abelmoschus, or Hibiscus, esculentus), whose green pods, abounding in nutritious mucilage, are much used for soups, stews, or pickles; gumbo. [Written also ocra and ochra.], Abhorrible Ab*hor"ri*ble, a. Detestable. [R.], Able A"ble, a. [Comp. Abler; superl. Ablest.] [OF. habile, L. habilis that may be easily held or managed, apt, skillful, fr. habere to have, hold. Cf. Habile and see Habit.] 1. Fit; adapted; suitable. [Obs.] A many man, to ben an abbot able. --Chaucer. 2. Having sufficient power, strength, force, skill, means, or resources of any kind to accomplish the object; possessed of qualifications rendering competent for some end; competent; qualified; capable; as, an able workman, soldier, seaman, a man able to work; a mind able to reason; a person able to be generous; able to endure pain; able to play on a piano. 3. Specially: Having intellectual qualifications, or strong mental powers; showing ability or skill; talented; clever; powerful; as, the ablest man in the senate; an able speech. No man wrote abler state papers. --Macaulay. 4. (Law) Legally qualified; possessed of legal competence; as, able to inherit or devise property. Note: Able for, is Scotticism. ``Hardly able for such a march.' --Robertson. Syn: Competent; qualified; fitted; efficient; effective; capable; skillful; clever; vigorous; powerful., Able A"ble, a. [Comp. Abler; superl. Ablest.] [OF. habile, L. habilis that may be easily held or managed, apt, skillful, fr. habere to have, hold. Cf. Habile and see Habit.] 1. Fit; adapted; suitable. [Obs.] A many man, to ben an abbot able. --Chaucer. 2. Having sufficient power, strength, force, skill, means, or resources of any kind to accomplish the object; possessed of qualifications rendering competent for some end; competent; qualified; capable; as, an able workman, soldier, seaman, a man able to work; a mind able to reason; a person able to be generous; able to endure pain; able to play on a piano. 3. Specially: Having intellectual qualifications, or strong mental powers; showing ability or skill; talented; clever; powerful; as, the ablest man in the senate; an able speech. No man wrote abler state papers. --Macaulay. 4. (Law) Legally qualified; possessed of legal competence; as, able to inherit or devise property. Note: Able for, is Scotticism. ``Hardly able for such a march.' --Robertson. Syn: Competent; qualified; fitted; efficient; effective; capable; skillful; clever; vigorous; powerful., Seaman Sea"man, n.; pl. Seamen. [AS. s[ae]man.] One whose occupation is to assist in the management of ships at sea; a mariner; a sailor; -- applied both to officers and common mariners, but especially to the latter. Opposed to landman, or landsman. Able seaman, a sailor who is practically conversant with all the duties of common seamanship. ordinary seaman. See Ordinary., Able-bodied A`ble-bod"ied, a. Having a sound, strong body; physically competent; robust. ``Able-bodied vagrant.' --Froude. -- A`ble-bod"ied*ness, n.., Able-bodied A`ble-bod"ied, a. Having a sound, strong body; physically competent; robust. ``Able-bodied vagrant.' --Froude. -- A`ble-bod"ied*ness, n.., Ablegate Ab"le*gate, n. (R. C. Ch.) A representative of the pope charged with important commissions in foreign countries, one of his duties being to bring to a newly named cardinal his insignia of office., Ablegate Ab"le*gate, v. t. [L. ablegatus, p. p. of ablegare; ab + legare to send with a commission. See Legate.] To send abroad. [Obs.] --Bailey., Ablegation Ab`le*ga"tion, n. [L. ablegatio.] The act of sending abroad. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor., Able-minded A`ble-mind"ed, a. Having much intellectual power. -- A`ble-mind"ed*ness, n., Able-minded A`ble-mind"ed, a. Having much intellectual power. -- A`ble-mind"ed*ness, n., Ablet Ab"let, Ablen Ab"len[F. ablet, ablette, a dim. fr. LL. abula, for albula, dim. of albus white. Cf. Abele.] (Zo["o]l.) A small fresh-water fish (Leuciscus alburnus); the bleak., Ableness A"ble*ness, n. Ability of body or mind; force; vigor. [Obs. or R.], Able A"ble, a. [Comp. Abler; superl. Ablest.] [OF. habile, L. habilis that may be easily held or managed, apt, skillful, fr. habere to have, hold. Cf. Habile and see Habit.] 1. Fit; adapted; suitable. [Obs.] A many man, to ben an abbot able. --Chaucer. 2. Having sufficient power, strength, force, skill, means, or resources of any kind to accomplish the object; possessed of qualifications rendering competent for some end; competent; qualified; capable; as, an able workman, soldier, seaman, a man able to work; a mind able to reason; a person able to be generous; able to endure pain; able to play on a piano. 3. Specially: Having intellectual qualifications, or strong mental powers; showing ability or skill; talented; clever; powerful; as, the ablest man in the senate; an able speech. No man wrote abler state papers. --Macaulay. 4. (Law) Legally qualified; possessed of legal competence; as, able to inherit or devise property. Note: Able for, is Scotticism. ``Hardly able for such a march.' --Robertson. Syn: Competent; qualified; fitted; efficient; effective; capable; skillful; clever; vigorous; powerful., Abler A"bler, a., comp. of Able. -- A"blest, a., superl. of Able., Able A"ble, a. [Comp. Abler; superl. Ablest.] [OF. habile, L. habilis that may be easily held or managed, apt, skillful, fr. habere to have, hold. Cf. Habile and see Habit.] 1. Fit; adapted; suitable. [Obs.] A many man, to ben an abbot able. --Chaucer. 2. Having sufficient power, strength, force, skill, means, or resources of any kind to accomplish the object; possessed of qualifications rendering competent for some end; competent; qualified; capable; as, an able workman, soldier, seaman, a man able to work; a mind able to reason; a person able to be generous; able to endure pain; able to play on a piano. 3. Specially: Having intellectual qualifications, or strong mental powers; showing ability or skill; talented; clever; powerful; as, the ablest man in the senate; an able speech. No man wrote abler state papers. --Macaulay. 4. (Law) Legally qualified; possessed of legal competence; as, able to inherit or devise property. Note: Able for, is Scotticism. ``Hardly able for such a march.' --Robertson. Syn: Competent; qualified; fitted; efficient; effective; capable; skillful; clever; vigorous; powerful., Abler A"bler, a., comp. of Able. -- A"blest, a., superl. of Able., Ablet Ab"let, Ablen Ab"len[F. ablet, ablette, a dim. fr. LL. abula, for albula, dim. of albus white. Cf. Abele.] (Zo["o]l.) A small fresh-water fish (Leuciscus alburnus); the bleak., Abolishable A*bol"ish*a*ble, a. [Cf. F. abolissable.] Capable of being abolished., Abominable A*bom"i*na*ble, a. [F. abominable. L. abominalis. See Abominate.] 1. Worthy of, or causing, abhorrence, as a thing of evil omen; odious in the utmost degree; very hateful; detestable; loathsome; execrable. 2. Excessive; large; -- used as an intensive. [Obs.] Note: Juliana Berners . . . informs us that in her time [15th c.], ``abomynable syght of monkes' was elegant English for ``a large company of friars.' --G. P. Marsh.


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