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Brachycephalic. See cephalic. bromide. See bromidic. bromidic (broh-MID-ik) From American bromide, meaning “a platitude,” + -ic, a sufﬁx that forms an adjective of other parts of speech; thus, for example, poet + -ic = poetic. trite; platitudinous. ” Related words: bromide (BROH-mid) noun; bromidically (brohMID-i-ke-lee) adverb. bulimia. See bulimic. ” Also given as bulimiac (byoo-LIM-ee-ak). affected by uncontrollable pathological craving for food. ” Related word: bulimia (byoo-LIM-ee-e) noun.
Related words: calumniously (ke-LUM-nee-es-lee) adverb; calumniatory (ke-LUM-nee-e-tor-ee) adjective; calumny (KAL-em-nee), calumniation (ke-lum-nee-AY-shen), and calumniator (ke-LUMnee-ay-ter) all nouns; calumniate (ke-LUM-nee-ayt) verb. campestral (kam-PES-trel) From Latin campestris, meaning “ﬂat”; from campus, meaning “ﬁeld” + -estris, an adjectival sufﬁx. rural; rustic; pertaining to ﬁelds or open country. ” 1. of Cambridge, England; or of Cambridge University. ” 2. of Cambridge, Massachusetts; or of Harvard University.
2. unceasing; incessant; always; perpetual. ” Related words: continually (ken-TIN-yoo-e-lee) adverb; continuable (ken-TIN-yoo-e-bel) adjective; continuality (ken-tin-yoo-AL-i-tee), continuance (ken-TIN-yoo-ens), continuation (ken-tin-yoo-AYshen), and continualness (ken-TIN-yoo-el-nis) all nouns; continue (ken-TIN-yoo) verb. ” Golden Adjectives Coriaceous / 39 The English adjective is also given as continued (ken-TIN-yood) and continual. Continuous. ” 1. ceaseless; uninterrupted in time. ” 2. unbroken; never ending.
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