|AUTOCUES||-||autocues n. plural of autocue.|
|AUTOPUTS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|AUTOTUNE||-||autotune v. Alternative form of auto-tune.|
auto-tune v. (transitive) To tune (an engine, industrial process, etc.) automatically.
auto-tune v. (music) To correct the pitch of a vocal or instrumental performance.
|CAUTIOUS||-||cautious adj. careful; using or exercising caution; tentative.|
|COUTEAUX||-||couteaux n. plural of couteau.|
|FASTUOUS||-||fastuous adj. (obsolete) proud; haughty; disdainful.|
|FEATUOUS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|FLATUOUS||-||flatuous adj. (obsolete) windy; generating wind.|
flatuous adj. (obsolete) generating flatulence.
|OUTARGUE||-||outargue v. (transitive) To argue better than; to defeat in argument.|
|OUTGUARD||-||outguard n. (military) A guard or small body of troops at a distance from the main body of an army, to watch for the.|
outguard n. (by extension) Anything for defense placed at a distance from the thing to be defended.
|OUTHAULS||-||outhauls n. plural of outhaul.|
|OUTLAUGH||-||outlaugh v. (transitive) To ridicule or laugh someone out of a purpose, principle, etc.; laugh down; discourage or.|
outlaugh v. (transitive) To laugh louder than, surpass in laughing.
|OUTVALUE||-||outvalue v. To have a higher value than another.|
|OUTVAUNT||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|PATULOUS||-||patulous adj. open; spread; exposed.|
|RUNABOUT||-||runabout n. Any of several small vehicles, especially a small motor car for use on short journeys.|
runabout n. (dated) A motor car having a single row of seats.
runabout n. An American light, open, horse-drawn vehicle with four large wheels.
|TURACOUS||-||turacous n. plural of turacou.|