7 letter words ending in al
Abaxial (a.) Alt. of Abaxile
Abettal (n.) Abetment.
Abuttal (n.) The butting or boundary of land, particularly at the end; a headland.
Abysmal (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, an abyss; bottomless; unending; profound.
Abyssal (a.) Belonging to, or resembling, an abyss; unfathomable.
Accrual (n.) Accrument.
Accusal (n.) Accusation.
Acephal (n.) One of the Acephala.
Acerval (a.) Pertaining to a heap.
Acnodal (a.) Pertaining to acnodes.
Actinal (a.) Pertaining to the part of a radiate animal which contains the mouth.
Adagial (a.) Pertaining to an adage; proverbial.
Admiral (n.) A naval officer of the highest rank; a naval officer of high rank, of which there are different grades. The chief gradations in rank are admiral, vice admiral, and rear admiral. The admiral is the commander in chief of a fleet or of fleets.
Admiral (n.) The ship which carries the admiral; also, the most considerable ship of a fleet.
Admiral (n.) A handsome butterfly (Pyrameis Atalanta) of Europe and America. The larva feeds on nettles.
Adrenal (a.) Suprarenal.
Affinal (a.) Related by marriage; from the same source.
Agminal (a.) Pertaining to an army marching, or to a train.
Allheal (n.) A name popularly given to the officinal valerian, and to some other plants.
Ammiral (n.) An obsolete form of admiral.
Anconal (a.) Alt. of Anconeal
Anormal (a.) Not according to rule; abnormal.
Apogeal (a.) Apogean.
Apohyal (a.) Of or pertaining to a portion of the horn of the hyoid bone.
Apsidal (a.) Of or pertaining to the apsides of an orbit.
Apsidal (a.) Of or pertaining to the apse of a church; as, the apsidal termination of the chancel.
Apteral (a.) Apterous.
Apteral (a.) Without lateral columns; -- applied to buildings which have no series of columns along their sides, but are either prostyle or amphiprostyle, and opposed to peripteral.
Arhizal (a.) Alt. of Arhythmous
Arousal (n.) The act of arousing, or the state of being aroused.
Arrival (n.) The act of arriving, or coming; the act of reaching a place from a distance, whether by water (as in its original sense) or by land.
Arrival (n.) The attainment or reaching of any object, by effort, or in natural course; as, our arrival at this conclusion was wholly unexpected.
Arrival (n.) The person or thing arriving or which has arrived; as, news brought by the last arrival.
Arrival (n.) An approach.
Arsenal (n.) A public establishment for the storage, or for the manufacture and storage, of arms and all military equipments, whether for land or naval service.
Asexual (a.) Having no distinct sex; without sexual action; as, asexual reproduction. See Fission and Gemmation.
Attabal (n.) See Atabal.
Attical (a.) Attic.
Augural (a.) Of or pertaining to augurs or to augury; betokening; ominous; significant; as, an augural staff; augural books.
Aurigal (a.) Of or pertaining to a chariot.
Auroral (a.) Belonging to, or resembling, the aurora (the dawn or the northern lights); rosy.
Austral (a.) Southern; lying or being in the south; as, austral land; austral ocean.
Avernal (a.) Alt. of Avernian
Balneal (a.) Of or pertaining to a bath.
Benthal (a.) Relating to the deepest zone or region of the ocean.
Bestial (a.) Belonging to a beast, or to the class of beasts.
Bestial (a.) Having the qualities of a beast; brutal; below the dignity of reason or humanity; irrational; carnal; beastly; sensual.
Bestial (n.) A domestic animal; also collectively, cattle; as, other kinds of bestial.
Biaxial (a.) Having two axes; as, biaxial polarization.
Bipedal (n.) Having two feet; biped.
Bipedal (n.) Pertaining to a biped.
Burghal (a.) Belonging to a burgh.
Cambial (a.) Belonging to exchanges in commerce; of exchange.
Caninal (a.) See Canine, a.
Capital (n.) Of or pertaining to the head.
Capital (n.) Having reference to, or involving, the forfeiture of the head or life; affecting life; punishable with death; as, capital trials; capital punishment.
Capital (n.) First in importance; chief; principal.
Capital (n.) Chief, in a political sense, as being the seat of the general government of a state or nation; as, Washington and Paris are capital cities.
Capital (n.) Of first rate quality; excellent; as, a capital speech or song.
Capital (n.) The head or uppermost member of a column, pilaster, etc. It consists generally of three parts, abacus, bell (or vase), and necking. See these terms, and Column.
Capital (n.) The seat of government; the chief city or town in a country; a metropolis.
Capital (n.) Money, property, or stock employed in trade, manufactures, etc.; the sum invested or lent, as distinguished from the income or interest. See Capital stock, under Capital, a.
Capital (a.) That portion of the produce of industry, which may be directly employed either to support human beings or to assist in production.
Capital (a.) Anything which can be used to increase one's power or influence.
Capital (a.) An imaginary
Capital (a.) A chapter, or section, of a book.
Capital (a.) See Capital letter, under Capital, a.
Caracal (n.) A lynx (Felis, or Lynx, caracal.) It is a native of Africa and Asia. Its ears are black externally, and tipped with long black hairs.
Censual (a.) Relating to, or containing, a census.
Central (a.) Relating to the center; situated in or near the center or middle; containing the center; of or pertaining to the parts near the center; equidistant or equally accessible from certain points.
Central (n.) Alt. of Centrale
Cerrial (a.) Of or pertaining to the cerris.
Cesural (a.) See Caesural.
Chibbal (n.) See Cibol.
Chloral (n.) A colorless oily liquid, CCl3.CHO, of a pungent odor and harsh taste, obtained by the action of chlorine upon ordinary or ethyl alcohol.
Chloral (n.) Chloral hydrate.
Chordal (a.) Of or pertaining to a chord.
Cloacal (a.) Of or pertaining to a cloaca.
Cnemial (a.) Pertaining to the shin bone.
Coastal (a.) Of or pertaining to a coast.
Codical (a.) Relating to a codex, or a code.
Coequal (a.) Being on an equality in rank or power.
Coequal (n.) One who is on an equality with another.
Colical (a.) Of, pertaining to, or of the nature of, colic.
Comical (a.) Relating to comedy.
Comical (a.) Exciting mirth; droll; laughable; as, a comical story.
Conceal (v. t.) To hide or withdraw from observation; to cover; to cover or keep from sight; to prevent the discovery of; to withhold knowledge of.
Conchal (a.) Pertaining to the concha, or external ear; as, the conchal cartilage.
Congeal (v. t.) To change from a fluid to a solid state by cold; to freeze.
Congeal (v. t.) To affect as if by freezing; to check the flow of, or cause to run cold; to chill.
Congeal (v. i.) To grow hard, stiff, or thick, from cold or other causes; to become solid; to freeze; to cease to flow; to run cold; to be chilled.
Conical (a.) Having the form of, or resembling, a geometrical cone; round and tapering to a point, or gradually lessening in circumference; as, a conic or conical figure; a conical vessel.
Conical (a.) Of or pertaining to a cone; as, conic sections.
Cordial (a.) Proceeding from the heart.
Cordial (a.) Hearty; sincere; warm; affectionate.
Cordial (a.) Tending to revive, cheer, or invigorate; giving strength or spirits.
Cordial (n.) Anything that comforts, gladdens, and exhilarates.
Cordial (n.) Any invigorating and stimulating preparation; as, a peppermint cordial.
Cordial (n.) Aromatized and sweetened spirit, used as a beverage; a liqueur.
Corival (n.) A rival; a corrival.
Corival (v. t.) To rival; to pretend to equal.
Corneal (a.) Pertaining to the cornea.
Coronal (a.) Of or pertaining to a corona (in any of the senses).
Coronal (a.) Of or pertaining to a king's crown, or coronation.
Coronal (a.) Of or pertaining to the top of the head or skull.
Coronal (a.) Of or pertaining to the shell of a sea urchin.
Coronal (n.) A crown; wreath; garland.
Coronal (n.) The frontal bone, over which the ancients wore their coronae or garlands.
Cotidal (a.) Marking an equality in the tides; having high tide at the same time.
Cranial (a.) Of or pertaining to the cranium.
Crissal (a.) Pertaining to the crissum; as, crissal feathers.
Crissal (a.) Having highly colored under tail coverts; as, the crissal thrasher.
Croupal (a.) Croupy.
Crucial (a.) Having the form of a cross; appertaining to a cross; cruciform; intersecting; as, crucial ligaments; a crucial incision.
Crucial (a.) Severe; trying or searching, as if bringing to the cross; decisive; as, a crucial test.
Crustal (a.) Relating to a crust.
Cryptal (a.) Of or pertaining to crypts.
Crystal (n.) The regular form which a substance tends to assume in solidifying, through the inherent power of cohesive attraction. It is bounded by plane surfaces, symmetrically arranged, and each species of crystal has fixed axial ratios. See Crystallization.
Crystal (n.) The material of quartz, in crystallization transparent or nearly so, and either colorless or slightly tinged with gray, or the like; -- called also rock crystal. Ornamental vessels are made of it. Cf. Smoky quartz, Pebble; also Brazilian pebble, under Brazilian.
Crystal (n.) A species of glass, more perfect in its composition and manufacture than common glass, and often cut into ornamental forms. See Flint glass.
Crystal (n.) The glass over the dial of a watch case.
Crystal (n.) Anything resembling crystal, as clear water, etc.
Crystal (a.) Consisting of, or like, crystal; clear; transparent; lucid; pellucid; crystal
Cubical (a.) Having the form or properties of a cube; contained, or capable of being contained, in a cube.
Cubical (a.) Isometric or monometric; as, cubic cleavage. See Crystallization.
Cubital (a.) Of or pertaining to the cubit or ulna; as, the cubital nerve; the cubital artery; the cubital muscle.
Cubital (a.) Of the length of a cubit.
Cubital (n.) A sleeve covering the arm from the elbow to the hand.
Cynical (a.) Having the qualities of a surly dog; snarling; captious; currish.
Cynical (a.) Pertaining to the Dog Star; as, the cynic, or Sothic, year; cynic cycle.
Cynical (a.) Belonging to the sect of philosophers called cynics; having the qualities of a cynic; pertaining to, or resembling, the doctrines of the cynics.
Decadal (a.) Pertaining to ten; consisting of tens.
Decanal (a.) Pertaining to a dean or deanery.
Decimal (a.) Of or pertaining to decimals; numbered or proceeding by tens; having a tenfold increase or decrease, each unit being ten times the unit next smaller; as, decimal notation; a decimal coinage.
Decimal (n.) A number expressed in the scale of tens; specifically, and almost exclusively, used as synonymous with a decimal fraction.
Decrial (n.) A crying down; a clamorous censure; condemnation by censure.
Dential (a.) Of or pertaining to dentine.
Deposal (n.) The act of deposing from office; a removal from the throne.
Derival (n.) Derivation.
Devisal (n.) A devising.
Dextral (a.) Right, as opposed to sinistral, or left.
Diarial (a.) Alt. of Diarian
Diedral (a.) The same as Dihedral.
Digital (a.) Of or performance to the fingers, or to digits; done with the fingers; as, digital compression; digital examination.
Disleal (a.) Disloyal; perfidious.
Diurnal (a.) Relating to the daytime; belonging to the period of daylight, distinguished from the night; -- opposed to nocturnal; as, diurnal heat; diurnal hours.
Diurnal (a.) Daily; recurring every day; performed in a day; going through its changes in a day; constituting the measure of a day; as, a diurnal fever; a diurnal task; diurnal aberration, or diurnal parallax; the diurnal revolution of the earth.
Diurnal (a.) Opening during the day, and closing at night; -- said of flowers or leaves.
Diurnal (a.) Active by day; -- applied especially to the eagles and hawks among raptorial birds, and to butterflies (Diurna) among insects.
Diurnal (a.) A daybook; a journal.
Diurnal (a.) A small volume containing the daily service for the "little hours," viz., prime, tierce, sext, nones, vespers, and comp
Diurnal (a.) A diurnal bird or insect.
Domical (a.) Relating to, or shaped like, a dome.
Ectypal (a.) Copied, reproduced as a molding or cast, in contradistinction from the original model.
Edental (a.) See Edentate, a.
Edental (n.) One of the Edentata.
Edictal (a.) Relating to, or consisting of, edicts; as, the Roman edictal law.
Egoical (a.) Pertaining to egoism.
Entheal (a.) Alt. of Enthean
Epaxial (a.) Above, or on the dorsal side of, the axis of the skeleton; episkeletal.
Ephoral (a.) Pertaining to an ephor.
Epigeal (a.) Epigaeous.
Epihyal (n.) A segment next above the ceratohyal in the hyoidean arch.
Epochal (a.) Belonging to an epoch; of the nature of an epoch.
Equinal (a.) See Equine.
Esexual (a.) Sexless; asexual.
Estival (n.) Alt. of Estivation
Eternal (a.) Without beginning or end of existence; always existing.
Eternal (a.) Without end of existence or duration; everlasting; endless; immortal.
Eternal (a.) Continued without intermission; perpetual; ceaseless; constant.
Eternal (a.) Existing at all times without change; immutable.
Eternal (a.) Exceedingly great or bad; -- used as a strong intensive.
Eternal (n.) One of the appellations of God.
Eternal (n.) That which is endless and immortal.
Ethical (a.) Of, or belonging to, morals; treating of the moral feelings or duties; containing percepts of morality; moral; as, ethic discourses or epistles; an ethical system; ethical philosophy.
Exitial (a.) Alt. of Exitious
Exposal (n.) Exposure.
Exuvial (a.) Of or pertaining to exuviae.
Factual (a.) Relating to, or containing, facts.
Fascial (a.) Pertaining to the fasces.
Fascial (a.) Relating to a fascia.
Faucial (a.) Pertaining to the fauces; pharyngeal.
Federal (a.) Pertaining to a league or treaty; derived from an agreement or covenant between parties, especially between nations; constituted by a compact between parties, usually governments or their representatives.
Federal (a.) Composed of states or districts which retain only a subordinate and limited sovereignty, as the Union of the United States, or the Sonderbund of Switzerland.
Federal (a.) Consisting or pertaining to such a government; as, the Federal Constitution; a Federal officer.
Federal (a.) Friendly or devoted to such a government; as, the Federal party. see Federalist.
Federal (n.) See Federalist.
Femeral (n.) See Femerell.
Feminal (a.) Feminine.
Femoral (a.) Pertaining to the femur or thigh; as, the femoral artery.
Figural (a.) Represented by figure or de
Figural (a.) Figurate. See Figurate.
Filical (a.) Belonging to the Filices, r ferns.
Finical (a.) Affectedly fine; overnice; unduly particular; fastidious.
Floreal (n.) The eight month of the French republican calendar. It began April 20, and ended May 19. See Vendemiare.
Fluidal (a.) Pertaining to a fluid, or to its flowing motion.
Fluvial (a.) Belonging to rivers; growing or living in streams or ponds; as, a fluvial plant.
Friskal (n.) A leap or caper.
Frontal (a.) Belonging to the front part; being in front
Frontal (a.) Of or pertaining to the forehead or the anterior part of the roof of the brain case; as, the frontal bones.
Frontal (n.) Something worn on the forehead or face; a frontlet
Frontal (n.) An ornamental band for the hair.
Frontal (n.) The metal face guard of a soldier.
Frontal (n.) A little pediment over a door or window.
Frontal (n.) A movable, decorative member in metal, carved wood, or, commonly, in rich stuff or in embroidery, covering the front of the altar. Frontals are usually changed according to the different ceremonies.
Frontal (n.) A medicament or application for the forehead.
Frontal (n.) The frontal bone, or one of the two frontal bones, of the cranium.
Funeral (n.) The solemn rites used in the disposition of a dead human body, whether such disposition be by interment, burning, or otherwise; esp., the ceremony or solemnization of interment; obsequies; burial; -- formerly used in the plural.
Funeral (n.) The procession attending the burial of the dead; the show and accompaniments of an interment.
Funeral (n.) A funeral sermon; -- usually in the plural.
Funeral (n.) Per. taining to a funeral; used at the interment of the dead; as, funeral rites, honors, or ceremonies.
Geminal (a.) A pair.
General (a.) Relating to a genus or kind; pertaining to a whole class or order; as, a general law of animal or vegetable economy.
General (a.) Comprehending many species or individuals; not special or particular; including all particulars; as, a general inference or conclusion.
General (a.) Not restrained or limited to a precise import; not specific; vague; indefinite; lax in signification; as, a loose and general expression.
General (a.) Common to many, or the greatest number; widely spread; prevalent; extensive, though not universal; as, a general opinion; a general custom.
General (a.) Having a relation to all; common to the whole; as, Adam, our general sire.
General (a.) As a whole; in gross; for the most part.
General (a.) Usual; common, on most occasions; as, his general habit or method.
General (a.) The whole; the total; that which comprehends or relates to all, or the chief part; -- opposed to particular.
General (a.) One of the chief military officers of a government or country; the commander of an army, of a body of men not less than a brigade. In European armies, the highest military rank next below field marshal.
General (a.) The roll of the drum which calls the troops together; as, to beat the general.
General (a.) The chief of an order of monks, or of all the houses or congregations under the same rule.
General (a.) The public; the people; the vulgar.
Genital (a.) Pertaining to generation, or to the generative organs.
Glacial (a.) Pertaining to ice or to its action; consisting of ice; frozen; icy; esp., pertaining to glaciers; as, glacial phenomena.
Glacial (a.) Resembling ice; having the appearance and consistency of ice; -- said of certain solid compounds; as, glacial phosphoric or acetic acids.
Glossal (a.) Of or pertaining to the tongue; lingual.
Glottal (a.) Of or pertaining to, or produced by, the glottis; glottic.
Gluteal (a.) Pertaining to, or in the region of, the glutaeus.
Glyoxal (n.) A white, amorphous, deliquescent powder, (CO.H)2, obtained by the partial oxidation of glycol. It is a double aldehyde, between glycol and oxalic acid.
Gradual (n.) Proceeding by steps or degrees; advancing, step by step, as in ascent or descent or from one state to another; regularly progressive; slow; as, a gradual increase of knowledge; a gradual dec
Gradual (n.) An antiphon or responsory after the epistle, in the Mass, which was sung on the steps, or while the deacon ascended the steps.
Gradual (n.) A service book containing the musical portions of the Mass.
Gradual (n.) A series of steps.
Gremial (a.) Of or pertaining to the lap or bosom.
Gremial (n.) A bosom friend.
Gremial (n.) A cloth, often adorned with gold or silver lace, placed on the bishop's lap while he sits in celebrating mass, or in ordaining priests.
Hearsal (n.) Rehearsal.
Hederal (a.) Of or pertaining to ivy.
Helical (a.) Of or pertaining to, or in the form of, a helix; spiral; as, a helical staircase; a helical spring.
Hernial (a.) Of, or connected with, hernia.
Humeral (a.) Of or pertaining to the humerus, or upper part of the arm; brachial.
Humoral (a.) Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the humors; as, a humoral fever.
Hypural (a.) Under the tail; -- applied to the bones which support the caudal fin rays in most fishes.
Iliacal (a.) Iliac.
Illegal (a.) Not according to, or authorized by, law; specif., contrary to, or in violation of, human law; unlawful; illicit; hence, immoral; as, an illegal act; illegal trade; illegal love.
Immoral (a.) Not moral; inconsistent with rectitude, purity, or good morals; contrary to conscience or the divine law; wicked; unjust; dishonest; vicious; licentious; as, an immoral man; an immoral deed.
Indical (a.) Indexical.
Inequal (a.) Unequal; uneven; various.
Initial (a.) Of or pertaining to the beginning; marking the commencement; incipient; commencing; as, the initial symptoms of a disease.
Initial (a.) Placed at the beginning; standing at the head, as of a list or series; as, the initial letters of a name.
Initial (n.) The first letter of a word or a name.
Initial (v. t.) To put an initial to; to mark with an initial of initials.
Ischial (a.) Of or pertaining to the ischium or hip; ischiac; ischiadic; ischiatic.
Jejunal (a.) Pertaining to the jejunum.
Journal (a.) Daily; diurnal.
Journal (a.) A diary; an account of daily transactions and events.
Journal (a.) A book of accounts, in which is entered a condensed and grouped statement of the daily transactions.
Journal (a.) A daily register of the ship's course and distance, the winds, weather, incidents of the voyage, etc.
Journal (a.) The record of daily proceedings, kept by the clerk.
Journal (a.) A newspaper published daily; by extension, a weekly newspaper or any periodical publication, giving an account of passing events, the proceedings and memoirs of societies, etc.
Journal (a.) That which has occurred in a day; a day's work or travel; a day's journey.
Journal (a.) That portion of a rotating piece, as a shaft, axle, spindle, etc., which turns in a bearing or box. See Illust. of Axle box.
Juvenal (n.) A youth.
Kursaal (n.) A public hall or room, for the use of visitors at watering places and health resorts in Germany.
Lacteal (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, milk; milky; as, the lacteal fluid.
Lacteal (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, chyle; as, the lacteal vessels.
Lacteal (n.) One of the lymphatic vessels which convey chyle from the small intestine through the mesenteric glands to the thoracic duct; a chyliferous vessel.
Lacunal (a.) Alt. of Lacunar
Laminal (a.) In, or consisting of, thin plates or layers; having the form of a thin plate or lamina.
Lateral (a.) Of or pertaining to the sides; as, the lateral walls of a house; the lateral branches of a tree.
Lateral (a.) Lying at, or extending toward, the side; away from the mesial plane; external; -- opposed to mesial.
Lateral (a.) Directed to the side; as, a lateral view of a thing.
Lectual (a.) Confining to the bed; as, a lectual disease.
Lexical (a.) Of or pertaining to a lexicon, to lexicography, or words; according or conforming to a lexicon.
Liberal (a.) Free by birth; hence, befitting a freeman or gentleman; refined; noble; independent; free; not servile or mean; as, a liberal ancestry; a liberal spirit; liberal arts or studies.
Liberal (a.) Bestowing in a large and noble way, as a freeman; generous; bounteous; open-handed; as, a liberal giver.
Liberal (a.) Bestowed in a large way; hence, more than sufficient; abundant; bountiful; ample; profuse; as, a liberal gift; a liberal discharge of matter or of water.
Liberal (a.) Not strict or rigorous; not confined or restricted to the literal sense; free; as, a liberal translation of a classic, or a liberal construction of law or of language.
Liberal (a.) Not narrow or contracted in mind; not selfish; enlarged in spirit; catholic.
Liberal (a.) Free to excess; regardless of law or moral restraint; licentious.
Liberal (n.) One who favors greater freedom in political or religious matters; an opponent of the established systems; a reformer; in English politics, a member of the Liberal party, so called. Cf. Whig.
Lingual (a.) Of or pertaining to the tongue; uttered by the aid of the tongue; glossal; as, the lingual nerves; a lingual letter.
Lingual (n.) A consonant sound formed by the aid of the tongue; -- a term especially applied to certain articulations (as those of t, d, th, and n) and to the letters denoting them.
Literal (a.) According to the letter or verbal expression; real; not figurative or metaphorical; as, the literal meaning of a phrase.
Literal (a.) Following the letter or exact words; not free.
Literal (a.) Consisting of, or expressed by, letters.
Literal (a.) Giving a strict or literal construction; unimaginative; matter-of fast; -- applied to persons.
Literal (n.) Literal meaning.
Lochial (a.) Of or pertaining to the lochia.
Logical (a.) Of or pertaining to logic; used in logic; as, logical subtilties.
Logical (a.) According to the rules of logic; as, a logical argument or inference; the reasoning is logical.
Logical (a.) Skilled in logic; versed in the art of thinking and reasoning; as, he is a logical thinker.
Luctual (a.) Producing grief; saddening.
Lustral (a.) Of or pertaining to, or used for, purification; as, lustral days; lustral water.
Lustral (a.) Of or pertaining to a lustrum.
Lyrical (a.) Of or pertaining to a lyre or harp.
Lyrical (a.) Fitted to be sung to the lyre; hence, also, appropriate for song; -- said especially of poetry which expresses the individual emotions of the poet.
Magical (a.) Pertaining to the hidden wisdom supposed to be possessed by the Magi; relating to the occult powers of nature, and the producing of effects by their agency.
Malleal (a.) Pertaining to the malleus.
Marital (v.) Of or pertaining to a husband; as, marital rights, duties, authority.
Marshal (n.) Originally, an officer who had the care of horses; a groom.
Marshal (n.) An officer of high rank, charged with the arrangement of ceremonies, the conduct of operations, or the like
Marshal (n.) One who goes before a prince to declare his coming and provide entertainment; a harbinger; a pursuivant.
Marshal (n.) One who regulates rank and order at a feast or any other assembly, directs the order of procession, and the like.
Marshal (n.) The chief officer of arms, whose duty it was, in ancient times, to regulate combats in the lists.
Marshal (n.) The highest military officer.
Marshal (n.) A ministerial officer, appointed for each judicial district of the United States, to execute the process of the courts of the United States, and perform various duties, similar to those of a sheriff. The name is also sometimes applied to certain police officers of a city.
Marshal (v. t.) To dispose in order; to arrange in a suitable manner; as, to marshal troops or an army.
Marshal (v. t.) To direct, guide, or lead.
Marshal (v. t.) To dispose in due order, as the different quarterings on an escutcheon, or the different crests when several belong to an achievement.
Martial (a.) Of, pertaining to, or suited for, war; military; as, martial music; a martial appearance.
Martial (a.) Practiced in, or inc
Martial (a.) Belonging to war, or to an army and navy; -- opposed to civil; as, martial law; a court-martial.
Martial (a.) Pertaining to, or resembling, the god, or the planet, Mars.
Martial (a.) Pertaining to, or containing, iron; chalybeate; as, martial preparations.
Matinal (a.) Relating to the morning, or to matins; matutinal.
Mayoral (n.) The conductir of a mule team; also, a head shepherd.
Medical (a.) Of, pertaining to, or having to do with, the art of healing disease, or the science of medicine; as, the medical profession; medical services; a medical dictionary; medical jurisprudence.
Medical (a.) Containing medicine; used in medicine; medicinal; as, the medical properties of a plant.
Membral (a.) Relating to a member.
Mexical (mexcal.) See Mescal.
Miasmal (a.) Containing miasma; miasmatic.
Mimical (a.) Imitative; mimetic.
Mimical (a.) Consisting of, or formed by, imitation; imitated; as, mimic gestures.
Mimical (a.) Imitative; characterized by resemblance to other forms; -- applied to crystals which by twinning resemble simple forms of a higher grade of symmetry.
Mineral (v. i.) An inorganic species or substance occurring in nature, having a definite chemical composition and usually a distinct crystal
Mineral (v. i.) A mine.
Mineral (v. i.) Anything which is neither animal nor vegetable, as in the most general classification of things into three kingdoms (animal, vegetable, and mineral).
Mineral (a.) Of or pertaining to minerals; consisting of a mineral or of minerals; as, a mineral substance.
Mineral (a.) Impregnated with minerals; as, mineral waters.
Misdeal (v. t. & i.) To deal or distribute wrongly, as cards; to make a wrong distribution.
Misdeal (n.) The act of misdealing; a wrong distribution of cards to the players.
Mistral (n.) A violent and cold northwest wind experienced in the Mediterranean provinces of France, etc.
Moneral (a.) Of or pertaining to the Monera.
Mortmal (n.) See Mormal.
Musical (a.) Of or pertaining to music; having the qualities of music; or the power of producing music; devoted to music; melodious; harmonious; as, musical proportion; a musical voice; musical instruments; a musical sentence; musical persons.
Musical (n.) Music.
Musical (n.) A social entertainment of which music is the leading feature; a musical party.
Natural (a.) Having to do with existing system to things; dealing with, or derived from, the creation, or the world of matter and mind, as known by man; within the scope of human reason or experience; not supernatural; as, a natural law; natural science; history, theology.
Natural (a.) Conformed to truth or reality
Natural (a.) Springing from true sentiment; not artifical or exaggerated; -- said of action, delivery, etc.; as, a natural gesture, tone, etc.
Natural (a.) Resembling the object imitated; true to nature; according to the life; -- said of anything copied or imitated; as, a portrait is natural.
Natural (a.) Having the character or sentiments properly belonging to one's position; not unnatural in feelings.
Natural (a.) Connected by the ties of consanguinity.
Natural (a.) Begotten without the sanction of law; born out of wedlock; illegitimate; bastard; as, a natural child.
Natural (a.) Of or pertaining to the lower or animal nature, as contrasted with the higher or moral powers, or that which is spiritual; being in a state of nature; unregenerate.
Natural (a.) Belonging to, to be taken in, or referred to, some system, in which the base is 1; -- said or certain functions or numbers; as, natural numbers, those commencing at 1; natural sines, cosines, etc., those taken in arcs whose radii are 1.
Natural (a.) Produced by natural organs, as those of the human throat, in distinction from instrumental music.
Natural (a.) Of or pertaining to a key which has neither a flat nor a sharp for its signature, as the key of C major.
Natural (a.) Applied to an air or modulation of harmony which moves by easy and smooth transitions, digressing but little from the original key.
Natural (n.) A native; an aboriginal.
Natural (n.) Natural gifts, impulses, etc.
Natural (n.) One born without the usual powers of reason or understanding; an idiot.
Natural (n.) A character [/] used to contradict, or to remove the effect of, a sharp or flat which has preceded it, and to restore the unaltered note.
Nemoral (a.) Of or pertaining to a wood or grove.
Nepotal (a.) Of or relating to a nephew.
Neutral (a.) Not engaged on either side; not taking part with or assisting either of two or more contending parties; neuter; indifferent.
Neutral (a.) Neither good nor bad; of medium quality; middling; not decided or pronounced.
Neutral (a.) Neuter. See Neuter, a., 3.
Neutral (a.) Having neither acid nor basic properties; unable to turn red litmus blue or blue litmus red; -- said of certain salts or other compounds. Contrasted with acid, and alka
Neutral (n.) A person or a nation that takes no part in a contest between others; one who is neutral.
Nodical (a.) Of or pertaining to the nodes; from a node to the same node again; as, the nodical revolutions of the moon.
Nominal (a.) Of or pertaining to a name or names; having to do with the literal meaning of a word; verbal; as, a nominal definition.
Nominal (a.) Existing in name only; not real; as, a nominal difference.
Nominal (n.) A nominalist.
Nominal (n.) A verb formed from a noun.
Nominal (n.) A name; an appellation.
Nucleal (a.) Alt. of Nuclear
Numeral (n.) Of or pertaining to number; consisting of number or numerals.
Numeral (n.) Expressing number; representing number; as, numeral letters or characters, as X or 10 for ten.
Numeral (n.) A figure or character used to express a number; as, the Arabic numerals, 1, 2, 3, etc.; the Roman numerals, I, V, X, L, etc.
Numeral (n.) A word expressing a number.
Nuptial (a.) Of or pertaining to marriage; done or used at a wedding; as, nuptial rites and ceremonies.
Nuptial (n.) Marriage; wedding; nuptial ceremony; -- now only in the plural.
Nymphal (a.) Of or pertaining to a nymph or nymphs; nymphean.
Oatmeal (n.) Meal made of oats.
Oatmeal (n.) A plant of the genus Panicum; panic grass.
Obitual (a.) Of or pertaining to obits, or days when obits are celebrated; as, obitual days.
Omental (a.) Of or pertaining to an omentum or the omenta.
Opposal (n.) Opposition.
Optical (a.) Of or pertaining to vision or sight.
Optical (a.) Of or pertaining to the eye; ocular; as, the optic nerves (the first pair of cranial nerves) which are distributed to the retina. See Illust. of Brain, and Eye.
Optical (a.) Relating to the science of optics; as, optical works.
Orbical (a.) Spherical; orbicular; orblike; circular.
Orbital (a.) Of or pertaining to an orbit.
Ordinal (a.) Indicating order or succession; as, the ordinal numbers, first, second, third, etc.
Ordinal (a.) Of or pertaining to an order.
Ordinal (n.) A word or number denoting order or succession.
Ordinal (n.) The book of forms for making, ordaining, and consecrating bishops, priests, and deacons.
Ordinal (n.) A book containing the rubrics of the Mass.
Ovarial (a.) Of or pertaining to an ovary.
Ovoidal (a.) Resembling an egg in shape; egg-shaped; ovate; as, an ovoidal apple.
Paginal (a.) Consisting of pages.
Palatal (a.) Of or pertaining to the palate; palatine; as, the palatal bones.
Palatal (a.) Uttered by the aid of the palate; -- said of certain sounds, as the sound of k in kirk.
Palatal (n.) A sound uttered, or a letter pronounced, by the aid of the palate, as the letters k and y.
Pallial (a.) Of or pretaining to a mantle, especially to the mantle of mollusks; produced by the mantle; as, the pallial
Paludal (a.) Of or pertaining to marshes or fens; marshy.
Panical (a.) See Panic, a.
Partial (n.) Of, pertaining to, or affecting, a part only; not general or universal; not total or entire; as, a partial eclipse of the moon.
Partial (n.) Inc
Partial (n.) Having a predelection for; inc
Partial (n.) Pertaining to a subordinate portion; as, a compound umbel is made up of a several partial umbels; a leaflet is often supported by a partial petiole.
Paschal (a.) Of or pertaining to the passover, or to Easter; as, a paschal lamb; paschal eggs.
Patrial (a.) Derived from the name of a country, and designating an inhabitant of the country; gentile; -- said of a noun.
Patrial (n.) A patrial noun. Thus Romanus, a Roman, and Troas, a woman of Troy, are patrial nouns, or patrials.
Peregal (a.) Fully equal.
Perusal (n.) The act of carefully viewing or examining.
Perusal (n.) The act of reading, especially of reading through or with care.
Pervial (a.) Pervious.
Phrasal (a.) Of the nature of a phrase; consisting of a phrase; as, a phrasal adverb.
Pivotal (a.) Of or pertaining to a pivot or turning point; belonging to, or constituting, a pivot; of the nature of a pivot; as, the pivotalopportunity of a career; the pivotal position in a battle.
Plantal (a.) Belonging to plants; as, plantal life.
Pleural (a.) Of or pertaining to the pleura or pleurae, or to the sides of the thorax.
Pluteal (a.) Of or pertaining to a pluteus.
Pluvial (a.) Of or pertaining to rain; rainy.
Pluvial (a.) Produced by the action of rain.
Pluvial (n.) A priest's cope.
Podical (a.) Anal; -- applied to certain organs of insects.
Pointal (n.) The pistil of a plant.
Pointal (n.) A kind of pencil or style used with the tablets of the Middle Ages.
Pointal (n.) See Poyntel.
Poundal (n.) A unit of force based upon the pound, foot, and second, being the force which, acting on a pound avoirdupois for one second, causes it to acquire by the of that time a velocity of one foot per second. It is about equal to the weight of half an ounce, and is 13,825 dynes.
Predial (a.) Consisting of land or farms; landed; as, predial estate; that is, real estate.
Predial (a.) Attached to land or farms; as, predial slaves.
Predial (a.) Issuing or derived from land; as, predial tithes.
Premial (a.) Alt. of Premiant
Preoral (a.) Situated in front of, or anterior to, the mouth; as, preoral bands.
Psychal (a.) Of or pertaining to the soul; psychical.
Puberal (a.) Of or pertaining to puberty.
Pudical (a.) Pudic.
Pursual (n.) The act of pursuit.
Quintal (n.) A hundredweight, either 112 or 100 pounds, according to the scale used. Cf. Cental.
Quintal (n.) A metric measure of weight, being 100,000 grams, or 100 kilograms, equal to 220.46 pounds avoirdupois.
Quittal (n.) Return; requital; quittance.
Radical (a.) Of or pertaining to the root; proceeding directly from the root.
Radical (a.) Hence: Of or pertaining to the root or origin; reaching to the center, to the foundation, to the ultimate sources, to the principles, or the like; original; fundamental; thorough-going; unsparing; extreme; as, radical evils; radical reform; a radical party.
Radical (a.) Belonging to, or proceeding from, the root of a plant; as, radical tubers or hairs.
Radical (a.) Proceeding from a rootlike stem, or one which does not rise above the ground; as, the radical leaves of the dandelion and the sidesaddle flower.
Radical (a.) Relating, or belonging, to the root, or ultimate source of derivation; as, a radical verbal form.
Radical (a.) Of or pertaining to a radix or root; as, a radical quantity; a radical sign. See below.
Radical (n.) A primitive word; a radix, root, or simple, underived, uncompounded word; an etymon.
Radical (n.) A primitive letter; a letter that belongs to the radix.
Radical (n.) One who advocates radical changes in government or social institutions, especially such changes as are intended to level class inequalities; -- opposed to conservative.
Radical (n.) A characteristic, essential, and fundamental constituent of any compound; hence, sometimes, an atom.
Radical (n.) Specifically, a group of two or more atoms, not completely saturated, which are so linked that their union implies certain properties, and are conveniently regarded as playing the part of a single atom; a residue; -- called also a compound radical. Cf. Residue.
Radical (n.) A radical quantity. See under Radical, a.
Radical (a.) A radical vessel. See under Radical, a.
Recital (n.) The act of reciting; the repetition of the words of another, or of a document; rehearsal; as, the recital of testimony.
Recital (n.) A telling in detail and due order of the particulars of anything, as of a law, an adventure, or a series of events; narration.
Recital (n.) That which is recited; a story; a narration.
Recital (n.) A vocal or instrumental performance by one person; -- distinguished from concert; as, a song recital; an organ, piano, or violin recital.
Recital (n.) The formal statement, or setting forth, of some matter of fact in any deed or writing in order to explain the reasons on which the transaction is founded; the statement of matter in pleading introductory to some positive allegation.
Refusal (n.) The act of refusing; denial of anything demanded, solicited, or offered for acceptance.
Refusal (n.) The right of taking in preference to others; the choice of taking or refusing; option; as, to give one the refusal of a farm; to have the refusal of an employment.
Refutal (n.) Act of refuting; refutation.
Removal (n.) The act of removing, or the state of being removed.
Renewal (n.) The act of renewing, or the state of being renewed; as, the renewal of a treaty.
Reposal (n.) The act or state of reposing; as, the reposal of a trust.
Reposal (n.) That on which one reposes.
Retinal (a.) Of or pertaining to the retina.
Retrial (n.) A secdond trial, experiment, or test; a second judicial trial, as of an accused person.
Revisal (n.) The act of revising, or reviewing and reexamining for correction and improvement; revision; as, the revisal of a manuscript; the revisal of a proof sheet; the revisal of a treaty.
Revival (n.) The act of reviving, or the state of being revived.
Revival (n.) Renewed attention to something, as to letters or literature.
Revival (n.) Renewed performance of, or interest in, something, as the drama and literature.
Revival (n.) Renewed interest in religion, after indifference and dec
Revival (n.) Reanimation from a state of langour or depression; -- applied to the health, spirits, and the like.
Revival (n.) Renewed pursuit, or cultivation, or flourishing state of something, as of commerce, arts, agriculture.
Revival (n.) Renewed prevalence of something, as a practice or a fashion.
Revival (n.) Restoration of force, validity, or effect; renewal; as, the revival of a debt barred by limitation; the revival of a revoked will, etc.
Revival (n.) Revivification, as of a metal. See Revivification, 2.
Rorqual (n.) A very large North Atlantic whalebone whale (Physalus antiquorum, or Balaenoptera physalus). It has a dorsal fin, and strong longitudinal folds on the throat and belly. Called also razorback.
Rostral (a.) Of or pertaining to the beak or snout of an animal, or the beak of a ship; resembling a rostrum, esp., the rostra at Rome, or their decorations.
Ruminal (a.) Ruminant; ruminating.
Salival (a.) Salivary.
Scandal (n.) Offense caused or experienced; reproach or reprobation called forth by what is regarded as wrong, criminal, heinous, or flagrant: opprobrium or disgrace.
Scandal (n.) Reproachful aspersion; opprobrious censure; defamatory talk, uttered heedlessly or maliciously.
Scandal (n.) Anything alleged in pleading which is impertinent, and is reproachful to any person, or which derogates from the dignity of the court, or is contrary to good manners.
Scandal (v. t.) To treat opprobriously; to defame; to asperse; to traduce; to slander.
Scandal (v. t.) To scandalize; to offend.
Scrotal (a.) Of or pertaining to the scrotum; as, scrotal hernia.
Seismal (a.) Of or pertaining to an earthquake; caused by an earthquake.
Seminal (a.) Pertaining to, containing, or consisting of, seed or semen; as, the seminal fluid.
Seminal (a.) Contained in seed; holding the relation of seed, source, or first principle; holding the first place in a series of developed results or consequents; germinal; radical; primary; original; as, seminal principles of generation; seminal virtue.
Seminal (n.) A seed.
Senegal (n.) Gum senegal. See under Gum.
Sensual (a.) Pertaining to, consisting in, or affecting, the sense, or bodily organs of perception; relating to, or concerning, the body, in distinction from the spirit.
Sensual (a.) Hence, not spiritual or intellectual; carnal; fleshly; pertaining to, or consisting in, the gratification of the senses, or the indulgence of appetites; wordly.
Sensual (a.) Devoted to the pleasures of sense and appetite; luxurious; voluptuous; lewd; libidinous.
Sensual (a.) Pertaining or peculiar to the philosophical doctrine of sensualism.
Several (a.) Separate; distinct; particular; single.
Several (a.) Diverse; different; various.
Several (a.) Consisting of a number more than two, but not very many; divers; sundry; as, several persons were present when the event took place.
Several (adv.) By itself; severally.
Several (n.) Each particular taken singly; an item; a detail; an individual.
Several (n.) Persons oe objects, more than two, but not very many.
Several (n.) An inclosed or separate place; inclosure.
Sideral (a.) Relating to the stars.
Sideral (a.) Affecting unfavorably by the supposed influence of the stars; baleful.
Sinical (a.) Of or pertaining to a sine; employing, or founded upon, sines; as, a sinical quadrant.
Somnial (a.) Of or pertaining to sleep or dreams.
Sororal (a.) Relating to a sister; sisterly.
Spacial (a.) See Spatial.
Spathal (a.) Furnished with a spathe; as, spathal flowers.
Spatial (a.) Of or pertaining to space.
Special (a.) Of or pertaining to a species; constituting a species or sort.
Special (a.) Particular; peculiar; different from others; extraordinary; uncommon.
Special (a.) Appropriate; designed for a particular purpose, occasion, or person; as, a special act of Parliament or of Congress; a special sermon.
Special (a.) Limited in range; confined to a definite field of action, investigation, or discussion; as, a special dictionary of commercial terms; a special branch of study.
Special (a.) Chief in excellence.
Special (n.) A particular.
Special (n.) One appointed for a special service or occasion.
Spheral (a.) Of or pertaining to a sphere or the spheres.
Spheral (a.) Rounded like a sphere; sphere-shaped; hence, symmetrical; complete; perfect.
Sponsal (a.) Relating to marriage, or to a spouse; spousal.
Sportal (a.) Of or pertaining to sports; used in sports.
Spousal (a.) Of or pertaining to a spouse or marriage; nuptial; matrimonial; conjugal; bridal; as, spousal rites; spousal ornaments.
Spousal (n.) Marriage; nuptials; espousal; -- generally used in the plural; as, the spousals of Hippolita.
Sternal (a.) Of or pertaining to the sternum; in the region of the sternum.
Stethal (n.) One of the higher alcohols of the methane series, homologous with ethal, and found in small quantities as an ethereal salt of stearic acid in spermaceti.
Stibial (a.) Like, or having the qualities of, antimony; antimonial.
Stoical (n.) Of or pertaining to the Stoics; resembling the Stoics or their doctrines.
Stoical (n.) Not affected by passion; manifesting indifference to pleasure or pain.
Storial (a.) Historical.
Stygial (a.) Stygian.
Subdial (a.) Of or pertaining to the open air; being under the open sky.
Subdual (n.) Act of subduing.
Suboval (a.) Somewhat oval; nearly oval.
Sudoral (a.) Of or pertaining to sweat; as, sudoral eruptions.
Sundial (n.) An instrument to show the time of day by means of the shadow of a gnomon, or style, on a plate.
Sutural (a.) Of or pertaining to a suture, or seam.
Sutural (a.) Taking place at a suture; as, a sutural de/iscence.
Synodal (a.) Synodical.
Synodal (n.) A tribute in money formerly paid to the bishop or archdeacon, at the time of his Easter visitation, by every parish priest, now made to the ecclesiastical commissioners; a procuration.
Synodal (n.) A constitution made in a provincial or diocesan synod.
Tactual (a.) Of or pertaining to the sense, or the organs, of touch; derived from touch.
Teneral (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, a condition assumed by the imago of certain Neuroptera, after exclusion from the pupa. In this state the insect is soft, and has not fully attained its mature coloring.
Tertial (a. & n.) Same as Tertiary.
Textual (a.) Of, pertaining to, or contained in, the text; as, textual criticism; a textual reading.
Textual (a.) Serving for, or depending on, texts.
Textual (a.) Familiar with texts or authorities so as to cite them accurately.
Therial (a.) Theriac.
Thermal (a.) Of or pertaining to heat; warm; hot; as, the thermal unit; thermal waters.
Tisical (a.) Consumptive, phthisical.
Tonical (a.) Tonic.
Topical (n.) Of or pertaining to a place; limited; logical application; as, a topical remedy; a topical claim or privilege.
Topical (n.) Pertaining to, or consisting of, a topic or topics; according to topics.
Topical (n.) Resembling a topic, or general maxim; hence, not demonstrative, but merely probable, as an argument.
Toxical (a.) Of or pertaining to poison; poisonous; as, toxic medicines.
Trental (n.) An office and mass for the dead on the thirtieth day after death or burial.
Trental (n.) Hence, a dirge; an elegy.
Tribual (a.) Alt. of Tribular
Trivial (a.) Found anywhere; common.
Trivial (a.) Ordinary; commonplace; trifling; vulgar.
Trivial (a.) Of little worth or importance; inconsiderable; trifling; petty; paltry; as, a trivial subject or affair.
Trivial (a.) Of or pertaining to the trivium.
Trivial (n.) One of the three liberal arts forming the trivium.
Trochal (a.) Resembling a wheel.
Truncal (a.) Of or pertaining to the trunk, or body.
Typical (a.) Of the nature of a type; representing something by a form, model, or resemblance; emblematic; prefigurative.
Typical (a.) Combining or exhibiting the essential characteristics of a group; as, a typical genus.
Unequal (a.) Not equal; not matched; not of the same size, length, breadth, quantity, strength, talents, acquirements, age, station, or the like; as, the fingers are of unequal length; peers and commoners are unequal in rank.
Unequal (a.) Ill balanced or matched; disproportioned; hence, not equitable; partial; unjust; unfair.
Unequal (a.) Not uniform; not equable; irregular; uneven; as, unequal pulsations; an unequal poem.
Unequal (a.) Not adequate or sufficient; inferior; as, the man was unequal to the emergency; the timber was unequal to the sudden strain.
Unequal (a.) Not having the two sides or the parts symmetrical.
Ungueal (a.) Ungual.
Uniaxal (a.) Uniaxial.
Unideal (a.) Not ideal; real; unimaginative.
Unideal (a.) Unideaed.
Unmoral (a.) Having no moral perception, quality, or relation; involving no idea of morality; -- distinguished from both moral and immoral.
Unusual (a.) Not usual; uncommon; rare; as, an unusual season; a person of unusual grace or erudition.
Urohyal (a.) Of or pertaining to one or more median and posterior elements in the hyoidean arch of fishes.
Urohyal (n.) A urohyal bone or cartilage.
Urtical (a.) Resembling nettles; -- said of several natural orders allied to urticaceous plants.
Uxorial (a.) Dotingly fond of, or servilely submissive to, a wife; uxorious; also, becoming a wife; pertaining to a wife.
Vaginal (a.) Of or pertaining to a vagina; resembling a vagina, or sheath; thecal; as, a vaginal synovial membrane; the vaginal process of the temporal bone.
Vaginal (a.) Of or pertaining to the vagina of the genital canal; as, the vaginal artery.
Vatical (a.) Of or pertaining to a prophet; prophetical.
Vegetal (a.) Of or pertaining to vegetables, or the vegetable kingdom; of the nature of a vegetable; vegetable.
Vegetal (a.) Of, pertaining to, or designating, that class of vital phenomena, such as digestion, absorption, assimilation, secretion, excretion, circulation, generation, etc., which are common to plants and animals, in distinction from sensation and volition, which are peculiar to animals.
Vegetal (n.) A vegetable.
Ventral (a.) Of, pertaining to, or situated near, the belly, or ventral side, of an animal or of one of its parts; hemal; abdominal; as, the ventral fin of a fish; the ventral root of a spinal nerve; -- opposed to dorsal.
Ventral (a.) Of or pertaining to that surface of a carpel, petal, etc., which faces toward the center of a flower.
Ventral (a.) Of or pertaining to the lower side or surface of a creeping moss or other low flowerless plant. Opposed to dorsal.
Versual (a.) Of or pertaining to a verse.
Vesical (a.) Of or pertaining to the bladder.
Vicinal (a.) Near; vicine.
Victual (n.) Food; -- now used chiefly in the plural. See Victuals.
Victual (n.) Grain of any kind.
Victual (v. t.) To supply with provisions for subsistence; to provide with food; to store with sustenance; as, to victual an army; to victual a ship.
Viminal (a.) Of or pertaining to twigs; consisting of twigs; producing twigs.
Virtual (a.) Having the power of acting or of invisible efficacy without the agency of the material or sensible part; potential; energizing.
Virtual (a.) Being in essence or effect, not in fact; as, the virtual presence of a man in his agent or substitute.
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Author: Mark McCracken is a corporate trainer and author living in Higashi Osaka, Japan. He is the author of thousands of online articles as well as the Business English textbook, "25 Business Skills in English".