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Cabbalist

ˈkab(ə)lɪst

Meanings of Cabbalist:

noun

A follower of the ancient jewish mystical tradition of kabbalah.

Usage examples:

I wonder what the ancient kabbalists would say about the modern world

Meanings of Cabbed:

verb

Travel in a taxi.

Usage examples:

Roger cabbed home
noun

A taxi.

Usage examples:

She hailed a cab
abbreviation

Citizens' advice bureau.

Meanings of Cabbie:

noun

A taxi driver.

Usage examples:

The cabby had some trouble finding my address

Meanings of Cabbies:

noun

A taxi driver.

Usage examples:

The cabby had some trouble finding my address

Meanings of Cabbing:

verb

Travel in a taxi.

Usage examples:

Roger cabbed home
noun

A taxi.

Usage examples:

She hailed a cab
abbreviation

Citizens' advice bureau.

Cabby

ˈkæb.i

Meanings of Cabby:

noun

A taxi driver.

Usage examples:

The cabby had some trouble finding my address

Meanings of Cabdriver:

noun

A person whose job is driving a taxi

Cabernet

ˌkæb.ə.neɪ ˈsəʊ.vi.njɔ̃

Meanings of Cabernet:

noun

Short for cabernet franc or cabernet sauvignon.

Cabernets

ˈkabəneɪ

Meanings of Cabernets:

noun

Short for cabernet franc or cabernet sauvignon.

Meanings of Cabers:

noun

A roughly trimmed tree trunk used in the scottish highland sport of tossing the caber . this involves holding the caber upright and running forward to toss it so that it lands on the opposite end.

Cabezon

ˈkabɪzɒn

Meanings of Cabezon:

noun

A heavy-bodied fish with a broad tentacle above each eye and a green-brown body with white patches, found on the west coast of north america.

Usage examples:

Juveniles are taken by rockfishes and larger cabezon, as well as by lingcod and other sculpins.

Cabezons

ˈkabɪzɒn

Meanings of Cabezons:

noun

A heavy-bodied fish with a broad tentacle above each eye and a green-brown body with white patches, found on the west coast of north america.

Usage examples:

Juveniles are taken by rockfishes and larger cabezon, as well as by lingcod and other sculpins.

Meanings of Cabful:

noun

As many or as much as a cab will hold; especially a quantity that fills a taxicab.

Cabildos

kəˈbɪldəʊ

Meanings of Cabildos:

noun

(in spain and spanish-speaking countries) a town council or local government council.

Usage examples:

In some cases, local officials and members of indigenous cabildos colluded to divest the indian com…

Cabin

ˈkæb.ɪn

Meanings of Cabin:

noun

A private room or compartment on a ship.

Usage examples:

She lay in her cabin on a steamer
verb

Confine within narrow bounds.

Usage examples:

Once loosed, the idea of equality is not easily cabined

Meanings of Cabinda:

proper noun

An enclave of angola at the mouth of the river congo, separated from the rest of angola by a wedge of the democratic republic of congo (zaire).

Cabined

ˈkabɪn

Meanings of Cabined:

verb

Confine within narrow bounds.

Usage examples:

Once loosed, the idea of equality is not easily cabined
noun

A private room or compartment on a ship.

Usage examples:

She lay in her cabin on a steamer

Cabinet

ˈkæb.ɪ.nət

Meanings of Cabinet:

noun

A cupboard with shelves or drawers for storing or displaying articles.

Usage examples:

A cocktail cabinet

Cabinet-minister

ˈkæb.ɪ.nət

Meanings of Cabinet-minister:

noun

A small group of the most important people in government, who advise the president or prime minister and make ...

Cabinetmaker

ˈkabɪnɪtˌmeɪkə

Meanings of Cabinetmaker:

noun

A skilled joiner who makes furniture or similar high-quality woodwork.

Usage examples:

Their grandfather and his brother, both skilled cabinetmakers and joiners, had been drafted in to s…

Cabinetmakers

ˈkæb.ɪ.nətˌmeɪ.kər

Meanings of Cabinetmakers:

noun

A skilled joiner who makes furniture or similar high-quality woodwork.

Usage examples:

Their grandfather and his brother, both skilled cabinetmakers and joiners, had been drafted in to s…

Cabinets

ˈkæb.ɪ.nət

Meanings of Cabinets:

noun

A cupboard with shelves or drawers for storing or displaying articles.

Usage examples:

A cocktail cabinet

Cabining

ˈkabɪn

Meanings of Cabining:

verb

Confine within narrow bounds.

Usage examples:

Once loosed, the idea of equality is not easily cabined
noun

A private room or compartment on a ship.

Usage examples:

She lay in her cabin on a steamer

Cabins

ˈkæb.ɪn

Meanings of Cabins:

noun

A private room or compartment on a ship.

Usage examples:

She lay in her cabin on a steamer
verb

Confine within narrow bounds.

Usage examples:

Once loosed, the idea of equality is not easily cabined

Cable

ˈkeɪ.bəl

Meanings of Cable:

noun

A thick rope of wire or hemp used for construction, mooring ships, and towing vehicles.

Usage examples:

Steel cables held the convoy together
verb

Send a message to (someone) by cablegram.

Usage examples:

He cabled her to cancel all arrangements

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