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Mithraeum

mɪˈθriːəm

Meanings of Mithraeum:

noun

A sanctuary or temple of the god mithras.

Usage examples:

Three mithraea have been excavated, at london, carrawburgh, and housesteads (northumberland).

Meanings of Mithraism:

noun

The cult of the god mithras, which became popular among roman soldiers of the later empire, and was the main rival to christianity in the first three centuries ad.

Usage examples:

He intentionally fudge the edges of christianity, mithraism, and the cult of sol invictus.

Meanings of Mithraistic:

adjective

Mithraic.

Meanings of Mithraitic:

adjective

Mithraic.

Meanings of Mithras:

proper noun

A god of light, truth, and honour, the central figure of the cult of mithraism but probably of persian origin. he was also associated with merchants and the protection of warriors.

Meanings of Mithratic:

adjective

Mithraic.

Meanings of Mithriac:

adjective

Of or relating to mithraism; = "mithraic".

Mithridate

ˈmɪθrɪdeɪt

Meanings of Mithridate:

noun

A medicine believed to be a universal antidote to or preservative against poison and disease.

Usage examples:

To procure sweat, use cardamom water with mithridate

Meanings of Mithridatise:

verb

Make (someone) immune to a poison by administering gradually increasing doses of the poison.

Usage examples:

Few possibilities to stay awake at 4am, since i am completely mithridatized with caffeine since my …

Mithridatised

mɪˈθrɪdətʌɪz

Meanings of Mithridatised:

verb

Make (someone) immune to a poison by administering gradually increasing doses of the poison.

Usage examples:

Few possibilities to stay awake at 4am, since i am completely mithridatized with caffeine since my …

Mithridatising

mɪˈθrɪdətʌɪz

Meanings of Mithridatising:

verb

Make (someone) immune to a poison by administering gradually increasing doses of the poison.

Usage examples:

Few possibilities to stay awake at 4am, since i am completely mithridatized with caffeine since my …

Mithridatize

mɪˈθrɪdətʌɪz

Meanings of Mithridatize:

verb

Make (someone) immune to a poison by administering gradually increasing doses of the poison.

Usage examples:

Few possibilities to stay awake at 4am, since i am completely mithridatized with caffeine since my …

Meanings of Mithridatized:

verb

Make (someone) immune to a poison by administering gradually increasing doses of the poison.

Usage examples:

Few possibilities to stay awake at 4am, since i am completely mithridatized with caffeine since my …

Mithridatizing

mɪˈθrɪdətʌɪz

Meanings of Mithridatizing:

verb

Make (someone) immune to a poison by administering gradually increasing doses of the poison.

Usage examples:

Few possibilities to stay awake at 4am, since i am completely mithridatized with caffeine since my …

Meanings of Miticidal:

adjective

That kills mites; of, relating to, or designating a miticide or its action.

Meanings of Miticide:

noun

A substance used to kill mites.

Meanings of Miticides:

noun

A substance used to kill mites.

Meanings of Mitigant:

noun

A mitigating agent or influence; something that alleviates, soothes, or tempers.

Mitigate

ˈmɪt.ɪ.ɡeɪt

Meanings of Mitigate:

verb

Make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful.

Usage examples:

Drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem

Meanings of Mitigated:

verb

Make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful.

Usage examples:

Drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem

Meanings of Mitigates:

verb

Make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful.

Usage examples:

Drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem

Mitigating

ˈmɪt.ɪ.ɡeɪ.tɪŋ

Meanings of Mitigating:

adjective

Having the effect of making something bad less severe, serious, or painful.

Usage examples:

It should have a mitigating effect on the frequency of minor flooding events
verb

Make (something bad) less severe, serious, or painful.

Usage examples:

Drainage schemes have helped to mitigate this problem

Mitigating-circumstances

ˈmɪt.ɪ.ɡeɪt

Meanings of Mitigating-circumstances:

verb

To make something less severe or less unpleasant

Usage examples:

Getting a lot of sleep and drinking plenty of fluids can mitigate the effects of the flu.

Mitigation

ˌmɪt.ɪˈɡeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Mitigation:

noun

The action of reducing the severity, seriousness, or painfulness of something.

Usage examples:

The identification and mitigation of pollution

Mitigator

ˈmɪtɪɡeɪtə

Meanings of Mitigator:

noun

A person or thing that makes something bad less severe, serious, or painful.

Usage examples:

We're holding bonds as a mitigator of risk

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