|ACADEMY||-||academy n. (classical studies, usually capitalized) The garden where Plato taught. [First attested around 1350 to.|
academy n. (classical studies, usually capitalized) Plato's philosophical system based on skepticism; Plato's followers.
academy n. An institution for the study of higher learning; a college or a university; typically a private school.
|DAYMARE||-||daymare n. A vivid, unpleasant mental image, having the characteristics of a nightmare, during wakefulness.|
|DAYSMEN||-||daysmen n. plural of daysman.|
|DAYTIME||-||daytime n. The time of daylight; the time between sunrise and sunset.|
daytime adj. Pertaining to daytime; appropriate to the day.
daytime adj. Happening during the day.
|DEMAYNE||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|DRAMEDY||-||dramedy n. (uncountable) a genre of film or television that lies somewhere between drama and comedy.|
dramedy n. (countable) a film or television programme belonging to this genre.
|DRAYMEN||-||draymen n. plural of drayman.|
|EMBAYED||-||embayed v. simple past tense and past participle of embay.|
embayed adj. Enclosed in (or as though in) a bay; harboured.
embayed adj. Of water: formed into a bay or bays.
|EMBAYLD||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|MAYWEED||-||mayweed n. A mayflower.|
|MAZEDLY||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|MEADOWY||-||meadowy adj. of, or pertaining to, meadows.|
meadowy adj. Resembling or composed of meadows.
|MEDIACY||-||mediacy n. The facility to work with words and numbers.|
mediacy n. The facility in working with media.
|MIDYEAR||-||midyear n. (uncountable) The middle part of a year.|
midyear n. (countable) An examination taken in the middle part of an academic year.
|SAMOYED||-||samoyed n. Alternative letter-case form of Samoyed (dog).|
Samoyed n. a member of the Samoyedic peoples of the Siberian Urals; they speak Samoyedic languages.
Samoyed n. a hardy breed of dog from Siberia.
|SOMEDAY||-||someday adv. Sometime; at some time in the future.|
|YARDMEN||-||yardmen n. plural of yardman.|
|YEALMED||-||yealmed v. simple past tense and past participle of yealm.|