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Opulently

ˈɒp.jə.lənt.li

Meanings of Opulently:

adverb

In an expensive and luxurious way

Usage examples:

The hotel has spacious and opulently furnished double rooms., he and his family lived opulently.

Meanings of Opuntia:

noun

A cactus of a genus that comprises the prickly pears.

Usage examples:

In contrast to cultivated opuntias, wild opuntias generally do not develop young cladodes when extr…

Opuntias

ɒˈpʌn.ʃi.ə

Meanings of Opuntias:

noun

A cactus of a genus that comprises the prickly pears.

Usage examples:

In contrast to cultivated opuntias, wild opuntias generally do not develop young cladodes when extr…

Meanings of Opuntioid:

adjective

Resembling an opuntia in structure. later also: of or relating to the cactus subfamily opuntioideae.

noun

A cactus of the subfamily opuntioideae.

Opus

ˈəʊ.pəs

Meanings of Opus:

noun

A separate composition or set of compositions.

Usage examples:

Although some composers still assign opus numbers to keep track of their output, it is no longer cu…

Meanings of Opuscle:

noun

Opuscule.

Meanings of Opuscula:

noun

A small or minor literary or musical work.

Usage examples:

Thomas wrote an opusculum dedicated to the question: what did aristotle actually teach?

Meanings of Opuscular:

adjective

Consisting of opuscules; of the nature of an opuscule.

Meanings of Opuscule:

noun

A small or minor literary or musical work.

Usage examples:

Thomas wrote an opusculum dedicated to the question: what did aristotle actually teach?

Meanings of Opuscules:

noun

A small or minor literary or musical work.

Usage examples:

Thomas wrote an opusculum dedicated to the question: what did aristotle actually teach?

Opusculum

əˈpʌskjuːl

Meanings of Opusculum:

noun

A small or minor literary or musical work.

Usage examples:

Thomas wrote an opusculum dedicated to the question: what did aristotle actually teach?

Opuses

ˈəʊpəs

Meanings of Opuses:

noun

A separate composition or set of compositions.

Usage examples:

Although some composers still assign opus numbers to keep track of their output, it is no longer cu…

Plural of opus specialized or formal

Meanings of Oquassa:

noun

A landlocked arctic char of the endemic subspecies salvelinus alpinus oquassa, found in certain lakes in maine.

Meanings of Oquassas:

noun

A landlocked arctic char of the endemic subspecies salvelinus alpinus oquassa, found in certain lakes in maine.

Or

ə

Meanings of Or:

conjunction

Used to link alternatives.

Usage examples:

A cup of tea or coffee
noun

A logical operation which gives the value one if at least one operand has the value one, and otherwise gives a value of zero.

suffix

(forming nouns) denoting a person or thing performing the action of a verb, or denoting another agent.

Usage examples:

Escalator
abbreviation

Operational research.

Meanings of Or-else:

idiom

Or

Usage examples:

We’d better be there by eight or else we’ll miss the beginning., you’d better remember to bring the…

Ora

ɒs

Meanings of Ora:

noun

An opening or entrance to a passage, especially one at either end of the cervix of the uterus.

Usage examples:

The distance between the internal and external os was measured both as a straight line and also as …

The chemical element osmium.

abbreviation

(in calculating dates) old style.

Orach

ˈɒr.ɪtʃ

Meanings of Orach:

noun

A plant of the goosefoot family with leaves that are sometimes covered in a white mealy substance. several kinds are edible and can be used as a substitute for spinach or sorrel.

Usage examples:

Spinach was a better green vegetable than the goosefoots, sorrels, orach, and similar plants which …

Orache

ˈɒrətʃ

Meanings of Orache:

noun

A plant of the goosefoot family with leaves that are sometimes covered in a white mealy substance. several kinds are edible and can be used as a substitute for spinach or sorrel.

Usage examples:

Spinach was a better green vegetable than the goosefoots, sorrels, orach, and similar plants which …

Oraches

ˈɒrətʃ

Meanings of Oraches:

noun

A plant of the goosefoot family with leaves that are sometimes covered in a white mealy substance. several kinds are edible and can be used as a substitute for spinach or sorrel.

Usage examples:

Spinach was a better green vegetable than the goosefoots, sorrels, orach, and similar plants which …

Oracle

ˈɒr.ə.kəl

Meanings of Oracle:

noun

A priest or priestess acting as a medium through whom advice or prophecy was sought from the gods in classical antiquity.

Usage examples:

Her priests and oracles are all being kept in the tower.

Meanings of Oracles:

noun

A priest or priestess acting as a medium through whom advice or prophecy was sought from the gods in classical antiquity.

Usage examples:

Her priests and oracles are all being kept in the tower.

Oracular

ɒrˈæk.jə.lər

Meanings of Oracular:

adjective

Relating to an oracle.

Usage examples:

The oracular shrine

Meanings of Oraculate:

verb

To say or speak oracularly.

Meanings of Oraculous:

adjective

Uttered or decreed by an oracle; = "oracular". rare after 17th century.

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