|AURIFEROUS||-||auriferous adj. Containing or producing gold; gold-bearing.|
|BUREAUCRAT||-||bureaucrat n. An official who is part of a bureaucracy.|
|CRAQUELURE||-||craquelure n. (art) The distinctive pattern of hairline cracks in the surface of an old painting.|
|CURVATURES||-||curvatures n. plural of curvature.|
|FOURSQUARE||-||foursquare adj. Having four equal sides; square.|
foursquare adj. (by extension) Solid, robust.
foursquare adj. (cryptography) Pertaining to a four-square cipher.
|NURTURABLE||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|NURTURANCE||-||nurturance n. (psychology) The provision of physical and emotional care. [from 20th c.].|
|QUADRATURE||-||quadrature n. The process of making something square; squaring.|
quadrature n. (mathematics) The act or process of constructing a square that has the same area as a given plane figure.
quadrature n. The act or process of finding the indefinite integral.
|ROQUELAURE||-||roquelaure n. (now archaic, historical) A lined and trimmed cloak that reaches to the knees, often with bright-coloured.|
|RUPTURABLE||-||rupturable adj. Capable of being ruptured.|
|SAUERKRAUT||-||sauerkraut n. A dish made by fermenting finely chopped cabbage.|
sauerkraut n. (obsolete, ethnic slur, offensive, slang) A German person.
|SUPERLUNAR||-||superlunar adj. Above or beyond the Moon (from a vantage point on Earth).|
|SUPERSAURS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|SUSURRATED||-||susurrated v. simple past tense and past participle of susurrate.|
|SUSURRATES||-||susurrates v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of susurrate.|
|TUBERCULAR||-||tubercular adj. Of, pertaining to, or having tuberculosis.|
tubercular adj. Relating to or reminiscent of the wheezing sounds associated with the breathing of tuberculosis patients.
tubercular adj. Tuberculate.
|UNARMOURED||-||unarmoured adj. Without armour. Often used to describe people, things, or situations where armour would normally be encountered.|
|UNQUARRIED||-||unquarried adj. Not quarried.|
|UNTREASURE||-||untreasure v. (transitive, obsolete, poetic) To bring forth or give up, as things previously treasured.|
|USURPATURE||-||usurpature n. (archaic) usurpation.|