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.
Scandinavian minstrel quartet at the court of the 1st century Roman Emperors.
To fine a drummer.
Comparative form of ‘Both’.
Brace Yourself [Expr.]
Addicted to felines.
The act of forced drinking of Earl Grey by mother-in-law.
Fear of sexual intimacy.
Love measuring device.
Red-light district of Jerusalem.
Vexation over impenetrability.
George Berty Arthur Cecil Melchett-Saxenbourg.
Petty Criminal [Expr.]
Opposite of ‘pull’ on Oxford University doors.
To find something before it is lost.
To verse again.
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