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after all used to tell what really happened in the end even though there was a possibility of something else happening. [1/2 definitions]
although in spite of the fact that; even though; though.
animated able to move as though alive. [1/3 definitions]
arrogant having or showing too much pride; behaving as though one is more important than others.
as1 though. [1/7 definitions]
blaze1 to burn or shine with or as though with fire. [1/4 definitions]
catapult pushed or thrown with force; thrust by or as though by a catapult. [2/4 definitions]
coop to shut up in or as though in a coop (often followed by "up"). [1/2 definitions]
desert2 to leave behind even though it is one's duty to stay; abandon.
even used to add more emphasis or force before "though" and "if." [1/12 definitions]
for the present at least at this moment, though perhaps not afterwards.
harpoon to strike or spear with a harpoon, or as though with a harpoon. [1/2 definitions]
if though it may be true that. [1/5 definitions]
infectious spreading easily as though by infection. [1/2 definitions]
infinity in mathematics, the imagined end of a sequence or series even though the sequence or series has no limit. [1/3 definitions]
lash1 a beating, as though with a whip. [1/8 definitions]
leap to move or act suddenly or quickly with, or as though with, a leap. [1/3 definitions]
longingly with strong desire that does not go away even though it may be difficult to have what one wishes.
prod to poke with, or as though with, a pointed rod or instrument. [2/3 definitions]
run out to use up something completely even though it is still needed or desired (often followed by "of"). [1/2 definitions]
sacrifice a hit in the game of baseball that lets a player already on base move forward, even though the player hitting the ball is put out. [2/7 definitions]