English is a complex language. Meanings of words are constantly changing and new definitions arise all the time. See if you can spot some new meanings in the alphabetic list below.
The subjective truth of someone else.
The study of insect.
A half-hearted Buddhist.
First instruction at mountaineering school.
A device for raising biscuits.
London slang: “I can’t hear man.”
Plural form of lesbian.
Someone who repairs car-bodywork.
Preacher in Italy.
Celibate in Ireland.
People who give money to a spiritual healer.
A small mouth.
A rubber band for securing religious paintings.
What you get if you don’t polish your pike.
Japanese television-show host.
A disastrous loft conversion.
In favour of having your diner in front of the television.
Something that makes sense on a bike.
Jewellery for sheep.
A half-hearted jog.
An experience both painful and pleasurable.
Comparative form of Saucer.
No room at the pig’s home.
A fee for purchased honours.
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