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angle1 the figure made by two lines coming from a single point. [1/4 definitions]
article a single thing; one item out of a group of similar objects. [1/4 definitions]
block a group of people or things considered as a single unit. [1/9 definitions]
broadcast a single television or radio program. [1/4 definitions]
brood to think or worry a lot about a single subject (usually followed by "on" or "over"). [1/4 definitions]
buggy1 a small carriage with four wheels that is pulled by a single horse.
bun a loaf of bread small enough for a single serving; roll. [1/2 definitions]
bunk1 a small, single bed attached to a wall. [1/2 definitions]
caravan a group of vehicles or riding animals traveling together in a single line. [1/3 definitions]
chandelier a single light fixture that hangs from the ceiling and holds several lights. A chandelier is often used for decoration as well as for lighting a room. Some chandeliers are very large and found only in very formal rooms. Originally, chandeliers held real candles.
chant words spoken in rhythm over and over on a single pitch. [1/4 definitions]
chocolate a single small piece of chocolate candy, usually rectangular, round, or oval in shape and often containing a sweet filling or nuts. [1/6 definitions]
clip1 the act of clipping, or a single such cut. [1/5 definitions]
cobweb a web spun by a spider, or a single piece of this web. [1/2 definitions]
conga a dance from Cuba performed by people following a leader around the dance area in single file. [1/2 definitions]
daub something daubed on; a single stroke of this. [1/2 definitions]
dioxide a compound containing two atoms of oxygen bound to a single atom of another element.
domain the land owned or under the control of a single ruler or government. [1/2 definitions]
dominion the area that a single ruler or government controls. [1/2 definitions]
exclamation a single word or phrase that is said when a person has strong feelings. "Wow!" is an exclamation that people use when they are surprised or amazed. "Oh dear!" is an exclamation that people use when something disappoints or worries them. [1/2 definitions]
eyelash the short, fine hairs that grow on the edge of the upper or lower eyelid; a single one of these hairs.