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  • threat


    boast - First meant "threaten" or "threat." More...

    gunboat diplomacy - Foreign policy carried out with the backing of the threat or use of military force. More...

    ostrichism - Self-delusion, a refusal to cope with something, such as a threat—figuratively hiding one's head in the sand, as the animal is mistakenly thought to do. More...

    threat - A word for a throng or crowd of people. More...

  • moment


    extemporaneous, impromptu - Extemporaneous means "prepared in advance and carried out with few or no notes," while impromptu means "totally unprepared, performed on the spur of the moment"—but this distinction has been all but lost. More...

    moment, momentum - Latin momentum, from movere, "move," and -mentum, is the source of moment and momentum, which first meant "moving power." More...

    moment of truth - A translation of a Spanish expression referring to the time of the final sword thrust in a bullfight. More...

    momentarily, presently - Momentarily means "in a moment"; presently means "soon" or "shortly." More...

  • sphere


    great circle - Any circle on the surface of a sphere that lies on a plane through its center, or a circle that divides into two equal parts—as the Equator. More...

    quadrant - A quarter of a circle or sphere. More...

    rhumb line - A line on a sphere that cuts all meridians at the same angle; the path taken by a ship or plane that maintains a constant compass direction. More...

    diameter - From Greek, meaning "measure through" (a circle or sphere, etc.). More...