|AFFIANCE||-||affiance v. (transitive) To be betrothed to; to promise to marry.|
affiance n. Faith, trust.
affiance n. (archaic) A solemn engagement, especially a pledge of marriage.
|AFFICHES||-||affiches n. plural of affiche.|
|AFFLICTS||-||afflicts v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of afflict.|
|CAFFEINE||-||caffeine n. An alkaloid, C8H10N4O2, found naturally in tea and coffee plants which acts as a mild stimulant on the.|
|CAFFEINS||-||caffeins n. plural of caffein.|
|CAFFEISM||-||caffeism n. Alternative form of caffeinism.|
|CAFFILAS||-||caffilas n. plural of caffila.|
|CAITIFFS||-||caitiffs n. plural of caitiff.|
|CHAFFIER||-||chaffier adj. comparative form of chaffy: more chaffy.|
|CHAFFING||-||chaffing v. present participle of chaff.|
chaffing n. The act by which somebody is chaffed; a teasing.
|DIFFRACT||-||diffract v. (transitive) To cause diffraction.|
diffract v. (intransitive) To undergo diffraction.
|EFFACING||-||effacing v. present participle of efface.|
|EFFICACY||-||efficacy n. Ability to produce a desired effect under ideal testing conditions.|
efficacy n. Degree of ability to produce a desired effect.
efficacy n. Ability to produce a desired amount of a desired effect.
|FACELIFT||-||facelift n. Plastic surgery to the face to remove wrinkles, fat or various signs of aging.|
facelift n. By extension, any activity undertaken to renew, revamp, update, or improve the appearance of something.
facelift v. To perform a facelift upon.
|FANCIFUL||-||fanciful adj. imaginative or fantastic; unreal or imagined.|
|MAFFICKS||-||mafficks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of maffick.|
|OFFICIAL||-||official adj. Of or pertaining to an office or public trust.|
official adj. Derived from the proper office or officer, or from the proper authority; made or communicated by virtue.
official adj. Approved by authority; authorized.
|SCAFFIES||-||scaffies n. plural of scaffy.|
|TRAFFICS||-||traffics v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of traffic.|