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allied related or alike in nature. [1/2 definitions]
appraise to judge the quality or nature of. [1/2 definitions]
beast a part of human nature which is rude, cruel, or like a wild animal. [1/2 definitions]
Christian one who believes in the divine nature of Jesus Christ and follows his words and teachings. [1/4 definitions]
critical of the nature of a crisis; serious or dangerous. [1/3 definitions]
define to describe the nature of. [1/2 definitions]
diagnosis the act or process of finding out the nature of an illness or injury by examining its signs and symptoms. [1/2 definitions]
drama a television show or film that is serious in nature and reveals emotional conflicts among fictional characters. [1/4 definitions]
element (plural) the weather; forces of nature. [1/4 definitions]
essence that which makes something what it is; central nature. [1/2 definitions]
exposure the condition of being exposed to wind, cold, heat, rain, or other forces of nature. [1/6 definitions]
god a being that is worshipped and believed to have special powers over nature or life. The ancient Greeks and Romans believed in the existence of many gods and goddesses. [1/2 definitions]
good-hearted having a kind and generous nature.
gravity very serious nature or manner. [1/2 definitions]
high important, serious, or dignified in nature. [1/8 definitions]
lovable having a nature that attracts love.
miracle an event that cannot be explained by the known laws of nature and is thought to be caused by a power not of the earth. [1/2 definitions]
miraculous of the nature of a miracle. [1/2 definitions]
myth a story or group of stories that form part of the traditional knowledge of a society. Myths often use imaginative plots and characters to explain how the world began and why nature and people behave the way they do. [1/2 definitions]
natural of or produced by nature; not made by humans. [3/7 definitions]
natural history the study of plants, animals, rocks, land forms, and other objects in nature or the physical world.