|BACKSTAY||-||backstay n. (nautical) A part of the rigging of a sailing ship extending from masthead the top of the mast to the.|
|BACKSTAYS||-||backstays n. plural of backstay.|
|BACKSTORY||-||backstory n. The previous life and experiences of a character in a dramatic work.|
backstory n. A prequel.
back story n. Alternative spelling of backstory.
|BASKETRY||-||basketry n. The process of weaving unspun vegetable fibers to make a basket.|
basketry n. baskets collectively.
|BYTALKS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|KEYBOARDIST||-||keyboardist n. Someone who plays a keyboard.|
|KEYBOARDISTS||-||keyboardists n. plural of keyboardist.|
|MISTAKABLY||-||mistakably adv. In a mistakable manner.|
|MISTAKEABLY||-||mistakeably adv. Alternative form of mistakably.|
|SHOCKABILITY||-||shockability n. The condition of being shockable; the capacity to be shocked.|
|SKETCHABILITY||-||sketchability n. The quality of being sketchable.|
|STICKABILITY||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|STICKYBEAK||-||stickybeak n. (Australia, New Zealand, colloquial) An overly inquisitive person, a nosey parker.|
stickybeak n. (Australia, New Zealand, colloquial) An act of looking at or watching something, especially something.
stickybeak v. (Australia, New Zealand) To pry or snoop.
|STICKYBEAKED||-||stickybeaked v. simple past tense and past participle of stickybeak.|
|STICKYBEAKING||-||stickybeaking v. present participle of stickybeak.|
|STICKYBEAKS||-||stickybeaks n. plural of stickybeak.|
stickybeaks v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stickybeak.
|STRINGYBARK||-||stringybark n. Any of a number of Australian eucalyptus trees with fibrous bark, not necessarily closely related, within.|
|STRINGYBARKS||-||stringybarks n. plural of stringybark.|
|UNMISTAKABLY||-||unmistakably adv. In an unmistakable manner; unquestionably.|
|UNMISTAKEABLY||-||unmistakeably adv. Alternative spelling of unmistakably.|