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A quick or furtive look; Look quickly or furtively
Synonyms : secret look, sly look, stealthy look, sneaky look, peepUsage:
She sneaked a peek at the map.
Faces peeked from behind twitched curtains.
Change direction suddenly
Synonyms : swerve, career, skew, swing, sheerUsage:
An oil tanker that had veered off course.
Ability to move quickly and easily
Though he was without formal training as dancer or athlete, his physical agility was inexhaustible.
A noisy quarrel about something trivial; Quarrel noisily over a trivial matter
Synonyms : quarrel, row, argue, bicker, have a fightUsage:
The boys were squabbling over a ball.
A public declaration of policy and aims, especially one issued before an election by a political party or candidate
Synonyms : policy statement, platform, programme, declaration, proclamationUsage:
A manifesto for gay liberation.
He may fudge key issues in the Labour manifesto.
A person's fixed or allotted period of work; Limitation of supply or effort; Supply a very ungenerous or inadequate amount of (something)
Synonyms : spell, stretch, period, time, turnUsage:
His varied career included a stint as a magician.
A collector with an eye for quality and the means to indulge it without stint.
Stowage room hasn't been stinted.
Ask for or try to obtain (something) from someone; Accost someone and offer one's or someone else's services as a prostitute
Synonyms : ask for, request, apply for, put in for, seekUsage:
He called a meeting to solicit their views.
Don't solicit for money.
Although prostitution was not itself an offence, soliciting was.
Dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations
A pragmatic approach to politics.
A warning or proviso of specific stipulations, conditions, or limitations
Synonyms : warning, caution, admonition, monition, red flagUsage:
There are a number of caveats which concern the validity of the assessment results.
An instance of a wrong or misinterpreted perception of a sensory experience
Antonyms : reality
Synonyms : delusion, misapprehension, misconception, deception, false impressionUsage:
Stripes embellish the surface to create the illusion of various wood-grain textures.