|BULLWHACKING||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BULLWHIPPING||-||bullwhipping v. present participle of bullwhip.|
|BURROWSTOWNS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BUSHWALKINGS||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|BUSHWHACKERS||-||bushwhackers n. plural of bushwhacker.|
|BUSHWHACKING||-||bushwhacking n. travelling through thick wooded country, cutting away scrub to make progress.|
bushwhacking n. fighting, as a guerilla, especially in wooded country.
bushwhacking n. criticizing, by someone or a person(s), on policies and stances by George W. Bush, in forums and discussions.
|COUNTERBLOWS||-||counterblows n. plural of counterblow.|
|SUBNETWORKED||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|SWASHBUCKLED||-||swashbuckled v. simple past tense and past participle of swashbuckle.|
|SWASHBUCKLER||-||swashbuckler n. A swordsman or fencer who engages in showy or extravagant sword play.|
swashbuckler n. A daring adventurer.
swashbuckler n. A kind of period adventure story with flashy action and lighthearted tone.
|SWASHBUCKLES||-||swashbuckles v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of swashbuckle.|
|UNANSWERABLE||-||unanswerable adj. Not answerable; impossible to answer.|
unanswerable adj. Impossible to dispute or rebut; irrefutable; conclusive.
unanswerable n. Something that cannot be answered.
|UNANSWERABLY||-||unanswerably adv. In an unanswerable manner; beyond refutation.|
|UNREVIEWABLE||-||unreviewable adj. Not able to be reviewed, or not subject to review.|
|UNSHADOWABLE||-||unshadowable adj. Not shadowable.|
|WINTERBOURNE||-||winterbourne n. A stream that only flows in winter (or after wet weather).|
Winterbourne p.n. Any of several villages in Britain.
Winterbourne p.n. A surname.
|WOODBURYTYPE||-||Woodburytype n. A photomechanical printing process in which a relief pattern in gelatin is hardened and pressed against.|
Woodburytype n. A print of this kind.