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Meanings of Panglossic:

adjective

Panglossian.

Pangolin

pæŋˈɡəʊ.lɪn

Meanings of Pangolin:

noun

An african and asian mammal that has a body covered with horny overlapping scales, a small head with an elongated snout, a long sticky tongue for catching ants and termites, and a tapering tail.

Usage examples:

In contrast with the xenarthra, the old world pholidota is not trophically diverse and contains onl…

Pangolins

pæŋˈɡəʊ.lɪn

Meanings of Pangolins:

noun

An african and asian mammal that has a body covered with horny overlapping scales, a small head with an elongated snout, a long sticky tongue for catching ants and termites, and a tapering tail.

Usage examples:

In contrast with the xenarthra, the old world pholidota is not trophically diverse and contains onl…

Meanings of Pangrammatist:

noun

A writer who uses every letter of the alphabet in a single sentence, line of verse, etc.; a composer of pangrams.

Pangs

pæŋ

Meanings of Pangs:

noun

A sudden sharp pain or painful emotion.

Usage examples:

Lindsey experienced a sharp pang of guilt
adjective

Crammed or densely packed.

Usage examples:

Pang full of meat and bread

Meanings of Panguingue:

noun

A card game of filipino origin, resembling gin rummy, usually played with eight or ten decks (frequently with certain of their number cards removed).

Meanings of Panguingui:

noun

A card game of filipino origin, resembling gin rummy, usually played with eight or ten decks (frequently with certain of their number cards removed).

Panhandle

ˈpænˌhæn.dəl

Meanings of Panhandle:

noun

A narrow strip of territory projecting from the main territory of one state into another.

Usage examples:

The oklahoma panhandle
verb

Beg in the street.

Usage examples:

She went back to the streets to panhandle for money

Panhandled

ˈpænˌhæn.dəl

Meanings of Panhandled:

verb

Beg in the street.

Usage examples:

She went back to the streets to panhandle for money
noun

A narrow strip of territory projecting from the main territory of one state into another.

Usage examples:

The oklahoma panhandle

Meanings of Panhandler:

noun

Someone who asks people passing by for money

Usage examples:

Tourists have been warned not to give these panhandlers spare change., every day she passes street …

Meanings of Panhandlers:

noun

Someone who asks people passing by for money

Usage examples:

Tourists have been warned not to give these panhandlers spare change., every day she passes street …

Meanings of Panhandles:

noun

A narrow strip of territory projecting from the main territory of one state into another.

Usage examples:

The oklahoma panhandle
verb

Beg in the street.

Usage examples:

She went back to the streets to panhandle for money

Panhandling

ˈpænˌhæn.dəl

Meanings of Panhandling:

verb

Beg in the street.

Usage examples:

She went back to the streets to panhandle for money
noun

A narrow strip of territory projecting from the main territory of one state into another.

Usage examples:

The oklahoma panhandle

Meanings of Panharmonic:

adjective

Adapted to all harmonies or modes.

Meanings of Panharmonicon:

noun

A mechanical musical instrument resembling a barrel organ and operated by a pinned cylinder, with a variety of pipes and percussion instruments enabling it to imitate various orchestral sounds. compare "orchestrion".

Panhellenic

ˌpanhɛˈlɛnɪk

Meanings of Panhellenic:

adjective

Of or representing all people of greek origin or ancestry.

Usage examples:

Homer is a panhellenic poet, claimed by many

Meanings of Panhellenism:

noun

Panhellenic spirit or ideals; specifically (in ancient times) patriotism based on the idea of greek culture as a whole rather than individual cities and states; (in the 19th and early 20th centuries) advocacy of a political union of all greek-speaking peoples, greek irredentism.

Meanings of Panhellenist:

adjective

Of or relating to a panhellenist; characterized by panhellenism.

noun

A believer in or advocate of panhellenism; specifically (in ancient times) a person whose patriotism was related to greek culture as a whole, rather than to an individual city or state; (in the 19th and early 20th centuries) an advocate of the political union of all greek-speaking peoples, a greek irredentist.

Meanings of Panhypopituitarism:

noun

Diminished or absent secretion of all of the anterior pituitary hormones.

Meanings of Panhysterectomy:

noun

Surgical removal of the entire uterus; total hysterectomy.

Panic

ˈpæn.ɪk

Meanings of Panic:

noun

Sudden uncontrollable fear or anxiety, often causing wildly unthinking behaviour.

Usage examples:

She hit him in panic
verb

Feel or cause to feel panic.

Usage examples:

The crowd panicked and stampeded for the exit

Panic-attack

ˈpæn.ɪk əˌtæk

Meanings of Panic-attack:

noun

A sudden period of severe anxiety in which your heart beats fast, you have trouble breathing, and you feel as if something very bad is going to happen

Panic-stricken

ˈpæn.ɪkˌstrɪk.ən

Meanings of Panic-stricken:

adjective

Very frightened

Meanings of Panically:

adverb

In a panicky or panic-stricken manner; with panic-like fear.

Meanings of Panicful:

adjective

Full of panic, fearful.

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