Worder - English dictionary
Worder Dictionary

All English words - page 1090

Meanings of Condylarth:

noun

A fossil herbivorous mammal of the early tertiary period, ancestral to the ungulates.

Usage examples:

Paleocene faunas were dominated by what we refer to as archaic mammals: condylarths (archaic ungula…

Condyle

ˈkɒn.dɪl

Meanings of Condyle:

noun

A rounded protuberance at the end of some bones, forming an articulation with another bone.

Usage examples:

Twelve distal femoral condyles, proximal tibial condyles, and patellae were harvested; all soft tis…

Meanings of Condyloma:

noun

A raised growth on the skin resembling a wart, typically in the genital region, caused by viral infection or syphilis and transmissible by contact.

Usage examples:

The finding of genital warts or condylomata acuminata in a child older than two years who gives no …

Condylomas

ˌkɒndɪˈləʊmə

Meanings of Condylomas:

noun

A raised growth on the skin resembling a wart, typically in the genital region, caused by viral infection or syphilis and transmissible by contact.

Usage examples:

The finding of genital warts or condylomata acuminata in a child older than two years who gives no …

Meanings of Condylomata:

noun

A raised growth on the skin resembling a wart, typically in the genital region, caused by viral infection or syphilis and transmissible by contact.

Usage examples:

The finding of genital warts or condylomata acuminata in a child older than two years who gives no …

Cone

kəʊn

Meanings of Cone:

noun

A solid or hollow object which tapers from a circular or roughly circular base to a point.

Usage examples:

Stalls selling paper cones full of fresh berries
verb

Separate off or mark a road with traffic cones.

Usage examples:

Part of the road has been coned off

Coned

kəʊn

Meanings of Coned:

adjective

Conical in shape.

Usage examples:

She wore a striped jacket with coned bra for the video
verb

Separate off or mark a road with traffic cones.

Usage examples:

Part of the road has been coned off
phrasal verb

To prevent traffic from using a road or area by putting special objects that are shaped like cones on it

Usage examples:

Part of the road had been coned off for repair work.

Coneflower

ˈkəʊn.flaʊər

Meanings of Coneflower:

noun

A north american plant of the daisy family, which has flowers with cone-shaped centres.

Usage examples:

The beds burst at the seams with summer phlox, shasta daisies, coneflowers, and 75 varieties of day…

Conehead

ˈkəʊnhɛd

Meanings of Conehead:

noun

A small bush cricket that is mostly active by day and sings for long periods without stopping.

Usage examples:

Global warming is believed to have encouraged rosels and the long-winged conehead to build large po…

Cones

kəʊn

Meanings of Cones:

noun

A solid or hollow object which tapers from a circular or roughly circular base to a point.

Usage examples:

Stalls selling paper cones full of fresh berries
verb

Separate off or mark a road with traffic cones.

Usage examples:

Part of the road has been coned off

Coney

ˈkəʊ.ni

Meanings of Coney:

noun

A rabbit.

Usage examples:

The humble rabbit was once commonly known as cony, coney (yes, as in island baby) or cunny.

Coneys

ˈkəʊ.ni

Meanings of Coneys:

noun

A rabbit.

Usage examples:

The humble rabbit was once commonly known as cony, coney (yes, as in island baby) or cunny.

Meanings of Confab:

noun

An informal private conversation or discussion.

Usage examples:

The men clustered together for a quick confab
verb

Engage in informal private conversation.

Usage examples:

Peter was confabbing with a curly-haired guy

Confabbed

ˈkɒnfab

Meanings of Confabbed:

verb

Engage in informal private conversation.

Usage examples:

Peter was confabbing with a curly-haired guy
noun

An informal private conversation or discussion.

Usage examples:

The men clustered together for a quick confab

Confabbing

ˈkɒnfab

Meanings of Confabbing:

verb

Engage in informal private conversation.

Usage examples:

Peter was confabbing with a curly-haired guy
noun

An informal private conversation or discussion.

Usage examples:

The men clustered together for a quick confab

Meanings of Confabs:

noun

An informal private conversation or discussion.

Usage examples:

The men clustered together for a quick confab
verb

Engage in informal private conversation.

Usage examples:

Peter was confabbing with a curly-haired guy

Confabulate

kənˈfæb.jə.leɪt

Meanings of Confabulate:

verb

Engage in conversation; talk.

Usage examples:

She could be heard on the telephone confabulating with someone

Confabulated

kənˈfabjʊleɪt

Meanings of Confabulated:

verb

Engage in conversation; talk.

Usage examples:

She could be heard on the telephone confabulating with someone

Confabulates

kənˈfabjʊleɪt

Meanings of Confabulates:

verb

Engage in conversation; talk.

Usage examples:

She could be heard on the telephone confabulating with someone

Meanings of Confabulating:

verb

Engage in conversation; talk.

Usage examples:

She could be heard on the telephone confabulating with someone

Meanings of Confabulation:

noun

Conversation or discussion about something

Usage examples:

They were seen in close confabulation over a drink., work involved endless meetings, confabulations…

Confect

kənˈfekt

Meanings of Confect:

verb

Make (something elaborate or dainty) from various elements.

Usage examples:

A trifle confected from angelica and piped cream

Confected

kənˈfek.tɪd

Meanings of Confected:

verb

Make (something elaborate or dainty) from various elements.

Usage examples:

A trifle confected from angelica and piped cream
adjective

Intentionally created, especially in a way that seems artificial or false

Usage examples:

Too much time has been wasted on confected outrage about her comments., though carefully plotted, t…

Confecting

kənˈfekt

Meanings of Confecting:

verb

Make (something elaborate or dainty) from various elements.

Usage examples:

A trifle confected from angelica and piped cream

Confection

kənˈfek.ʃən

Meanings of Confection:

noun

An elaborate sweet dish or delicacy.

Usage examples:

A fruit confection

My Worder

Please register or authorize in order to use all the features of our service.

Random words from our English dictionary

Learn English words everywhere!

All our English words and phrases are available for learning for free in our mobile application.