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oxymoron.noun,.plural.oxymora or oxymorons
a rhetorical figure in which incongruous or contradictory terms are combined, as in 'a deafening silence' and 'a mournful optimist', and 'microsoft works'; humourous oxymorons
oxymoronic.adjective
oxymoronically.adverb

obligate, obligated, obligating, obligates.transitive verbs
to bind, compel or constrain by a social, legal.or.moral tie; to cause to be grateful or indebted; oblige; to commit (money, for example) in order to fulfill an obligation
obligable.adjective
obligately.adverb
obligator.noun
synonym.force
obligation.noun,.plural.obligations
the constraining power of a promise, contract, law or sense of duty; the act of binding oneself by a social, legal or moral tie; a social, legal or moral requirement, such as a duty, contract or promise that compels one to follow or avoid a particular course of action; a course of action imposed by society, law or conscience by which one is bound or restricted; something owed as payment or in return for a special service or favor; the service or favor for which one is indebted to another; the state, fact or feeling of being indebted to another for a special service or favor received
obligational.adjective
synonyms.responsibility, duty
obligatory.adjective
morally or legally constraining; binding; imposing or recording an obligation; of the nature of an obligation; compulsory (attendance is obligatory) 
obligatorily.adverb

obliging.adjective
ready to do favors for others; accommodating; amiable
obligingly.adverb
obligingness.noun
oblige, obliged, obliging, obliges.verbs
transitive verb use.to constrain by physical, legal, social or moral means; to make indebted or grateful (I am obliged to you for your gracious hospitality); to do a service or favor for: (they obliged us by arriving early)
intransitive verb use.to do a service or favor (he soloist obliged with yet another encore)
obliger.noun

Orion.noun
a constellation in the celestial equator near Gemini and Taurus, containing the stars Betelgeuse and Rigel; Orion and Pleiades

Ockham.noun
"The English Scholastic William of Ockham formulated the most radically nominalistic criticism of the Scholastic belief in intangible, invisible things such as forms, essences and universals. He maintained that such abstract entities are merely references of words to other words rather than to actual things. His famous rule, known as Ockham's razor, which said that one should not assume the existence of more things than are logically necessary, became a fundamental principle of modern science and philosophy.".Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99.
Ockham's razor.also.Occam's razor.noun
also called.law of parsimony
a rule in science and philosophy stating that entities should not be multiplied needlessly and interpreted as meaning that the simplest of two or more competing theories is preferable and that an explanation for unknown phenomena should first be attempted in terms of what is already known

ovary.noun,.plural-ovaries
in botany, the ovule bearing lower part of a pistil that ripens into a fruit
ovarian.or.ovarial.adjective

ovary.noun,.plural.ovaries
the paired female reproductive organ that produces eggs and hormones such as estrogen and progesterone.
ovarian.or.ovarial.adjective

ovule.noun
a minute structure in seed plants, containing the embryo sac and surrounded by the nucellus, that develops into a seed after fertilization
ovular or ovulary.adjective

octahedral.adjective
having eight plane surfaces
octahedrally.adverb

oath.noun,.plural.oaths
a solemn declaration or promise to fulfil a pledge, often calling on Creator-God or a sacred object as witness; something determined by God and so stated; something declared or promised; open acknowledgment before God of one's commitment to perform something which carries with it the weight of God's presence and so, the thing to be performed is thus of sincerity, a thing of higher consciousness and honesty; in the Old Testament Mosaic Law, long since done away, one of these onerous ancient laws was the law of jealousy:.Numbers 5:11-31

ordinance.noun,.plural.ordinances
an ordinance is an official rule or order (city ordinances that restrict building development); a command or order coming from an authorized body, such as an Order in Council; a custom or practice established by long usage; a statute or regulation, especially one enacted by a city government

omit, omitted, omitting, omits.transitive verbs
to fail to include or mention; leave out (omit a word)
omission.noun
the act or an instance of omitting; the state of having been omitted; something omitted or neglected

often, oftener, oftenest.adverbs
many times; frequently

oft.adverb
often

oftentimes.noun, also.ofttimes.adverb
frequently; repeatedly

oodles.plural noun
a great amount or number (oodles of fun)

obsessive.adjective
of, relating to, characteristic of or causing an obsession-(obsessive gambling); excessive in degree or nature (an obsessive need to win)
obsessive, obsessiveness.nouns
obsessively.adverb
obsess, obsessed, obsessing, obsesses
transitive use.to excessively preoccupy the mind 
intransitive verb use.to have the mind excessively preoccupied with a single emotion or topic
obsessor.noun,.plural.obsessors

occult.adjective
of, relating.to.or.being hidden from the five senses; information coming and going from mind to mind that becomes known telepathically as in meditation (the phenomena of inner and thus hidden communication); the hidden, but superficially mysterious
occult, occulted, occulting, occults.verbs
transitive verb use.to conceal or cause to disappear from view
intransitive verb use.to become concealed or extinguished at regular intervals (a lighthouse beacon that occults every 45 seconds)
occultly.adverb
occultness.noun

ornate.adjective
elaborately, heavily and often excessively ornamented; flashy, showy or florid in style or manner; flowery
ornately.adverb
ornateness.noun

onset.noun
the beginning of something (the seeming onset of totalitarianism (note, 'onset' is usually followed by 'of', examples, the onset of winter, the onset of the rainy season)

omnipotent.adjective
having unlimited or universal power, authority or force; all powerful; infinite; a quality of the Creator
omnipotent.noun
one having unlimited power or authority (the Infinite One)
omnipotently.adverb
omnipotence.or.omnipotency.noun

omniscient.adjective
having total knowledge; knowing everything; a quality of the Creator; Creator is also omnipresent
omniscient, omniscience.or.omnisciency.nouns
omnisciently.adverb

omnipresent.adjective
present everywhere simultaneously
omnipresence.noun

ordinary.adjective
commonly encountered; usual; common; of no exceptional quality; average
ordinary.noun,.plural.ordinaries
the usual or normal condition or course of events (nothing out of the ordinary occurred)
ordinariness.noun
Law: a judge or other official with immediate rather than delegated jurisdiction

ordinal.adjective
being of a specified position in a numbered.series (an ordinal rank of seventh); of or relating to a taxonomic.order
ordinal.noun,.plural.ordinals
an ordinal number
ordinal number.noun,.plural.ordinal numbers
an ordinal number indicates a position in a series or order; the ordinal numbers are first (1st), second (2nd), third (3rd) and and so on or and so forth

overeager.adjective
excessively.eager; too ardent or impatient
overeagerly.adverb
overeagerness.noun

outstanding.adjective
standing out among others of its kind; prominent; noticeable; superior to others of its kind; distinguished; projecting upward or outward; standing out (her performance was just outstanding); still in existence; not settled or resolved (outstanding errors in management; a long outstanding problem such as unable to pay down the debt)
outstandingly.adverb
outstand, outstood, outstanding, outstands.intransitive verbs
to stand out plainly

origami.noun,.plural.origamis
the art or process, originating in Japan, of folding paper into shapes representing flowers and birds for example; a decorative.object made by folding paper

oligomer.noun,.plural.oligomers
a polymer that consists of two, three or four monomers; most proteins are oligomeric
oligomeric.adjective
oligomerization.noun,.plural.oligomerizations

outburst.noun,.plural.outbursts
a sudden, violent display, as of activity or emotion (an outburst of wind pushed on us as we came around the corner of the building; an emotional outburst of indignation)

oblation.noun,.plural.oblations
the act of offering something, such as worship or thanks, to God; thankfulness; something offered, in the case of of the Eucharist as practiced in many churches by using the bread and wine to celebrate what is called the Lord's Supper, this refers to Emmanuel's last supper with his disciples before his crucifixion
oblational.or.oblatory.adjective
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