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of deep igneous or magmatic.origin; sometimes confused with platonic

the pulpy material remaining after the juice has been pressed from fruit, such as apples; pulpy material remaining after the extraction of oil from nuts and seeds

a light, porous, glassy lava, used in solid form as an abrasive and in powdered form as a polish and an abrasive (she used a pumice stone to remove the hardened skin from off the bottom of her foot)
pumice, pumiced, pumicing, pumices.transitive verbs
to clean, polish or smooth with pumice

the quality or state of being popular, especially the state of being widely admired, accepted or sought after
widely liked or appreciated (a popular resort on the beach); liked by acquaintances; sought after for company ("Beware of over-great pleasure in being popular or even beloved"....Margaret Fuller); of, representing or carried on by the people at large (the popular vote was toward the incumbent mayor); fit for, adapted to or reflecting the taste of the people at large (movies on Netflix are popular entertainment; popular science)
popularize, popularized, popularizing, popularizes.transitive verbs
to make popular (a famous dancer popularized the new hairstyle); to present in a widely comprehendible or acceptable form popularize technical material for a general.audience.such as in the movies.The Connected Universe.and.Invincible Defense)
the popularizers of many items are the advertizers

any of a group of clumps of DNA, assumed to be made up of viruses, including those that cause.smallpox, cowpox and other poxlike diseases in vertebrates

a panoply of things is a wide range of them (he was attended, as are all heads of state, by a full panoply of experts); a splendid or striking.array (a panoply of colorful flags); a display

the class of industrial.wage.earners who, possessing neither capital nor production.means, must earn their living by selling their labor; the proletariat is thhe poorest class of working people and originally was the propertyless class of ancient Rome, considered the lowest class of citizens (no property, no influence)

a prince is a male member of a royal family, especially the son of the king or queen of a country or a ruler of a small country or state

thick, sticky, stringy mucus.secreted by the mucous membrane of the respiratory.tract, as during a period when the body is cleaning, often called a cold or a respiratory infection

plummet, plummeted, plummeting, plummets.intransitive verbs
to fall straight down; plunge; to decline.suddenly.and.steeply (fruit and vegetable prices plummeted once the current year's harvest was available)
a plumb

the official.residence of a royal.personage; also a large or splendid residence; from Middle English back to the Old French word 'palais'
of or suitable for a palace (palatial furnishings); of the nature of a palace, as in spaciousness or ornateness (a palatial yacht)

a slight.puncture made by or as if by a pin; one prick being an insignificant.wound; an annoyance
pinprick, pinpricked, pinpricking, pinpricks.transitive verbs
to puncture with or as if with a pin

a short, straight, stiff piece of wire with a blunt head and a sharp point, used especially for fastening; something, such as a safety pin, that resembles such a piece of wire in shape or use; a thin rod for securing the ends of fractured bones; a bowling pin; a cotter pin; a rolling pin
pin, pinned, pinning, pins.transitive verbs
to fasten or secure with or as if with a pin or pins
pin down.phrasal verb
to fix or establish.clearly (they finally pinned down what to do about the rest of the money)

your parents are your mother and father (children need their parents; when you become a parent the things you once cared about seem to have less value; a parent is one who begets, gives birth to or nurtures and raises a child; a father or a mother; an ancestor; a progenitor; a source or cause; an origin (despair is the parent of rebellion)
parent, parented, parenting, parents.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to come into existence; originate
intransitive verb use.to act as a parent
of, relating.to.or.characteristic of a parent
descent from parents; lineage (a great man of humble parentage); the state or relationship of being a parent; derivation from a source (the parentage of the car was the horse drawn.carriage); origin

a thing.considered as a unit or an element of a larger thing, quantity or class; a portion (a piece of string; she wrote a short piece about kittens to read to the class); a portion or part that has been separated from a whole (a piece of cake); an object that is one member of a group or class (a piece of furniture; a piece of music); a declaration of one's opinions or findings (you speak your piece right after the person now speaking); a coin (a fifty-cent piece)
piece, pieced, piecing, pieces.transitive verbs
to mendby adding pieces or a piece to; to join or unite the pieces of (he pieced together the vase)

parade, parades, parading, paraded.verbs
a parade is a procession of people or vehicles moving through a public.place.in order to.celebrate an important day or event
(the winning hockey team paraded around the ice holding up for the fans to see the Stanley Cup; Calgary has an annual.Stampede Parade and exhibition); when people parade somewhere, they walk together in a group or a line, usually with other people watching them
intransitive verb use.to take part in a parade; march in a public procession (the circus performers and animals paraded down Main Street; promenade; to behave so as to attract attention; show off
transitive verb use.to cause to take part in a parade (paraded the floats past city hall)
an organized public procession on a festive or ceremonial.occasion; a display; a promenade

crowded to capacity (a packed auditorium); compressed (ground covered with wet, heavily packed leaves); filled with (a thrill-packed television series)
a collection of items tied up or wrapped; a bundle; a container made to be carried on the back of a person or an animal; a complete set of related items (a pack of cards); a group of animals, such as dogs or wolves, that run and hunt together; an organized troop having common interests (a Cub Scout pack); a mass of large pieces of floating ice driven.together; a cosmetic paste that is applied to the skin, allowed to dry and then rinsed off
pack, packed, packing, packs.verbs
transitive verb use.to fold, roll or combine into a bundle; wrap up
intransitive verb use.to place one's belongings in boxes or luggage for transporting or storing
pack it in.idiom
to cease work or activity (let's pack it in for the day

a wrapped or boxed object; a parcel; a container in which something is packed for storage or transportion
package, packaged, packaging, packages.transitive verbs
to place into a package or make a package of