Palpable to Partial

Palpable, a.

    1. Tangible, tactile, material, corporeal.
    2. Manifest, obvious, plain, evident, glaring, unmistakable, gross, easily seen, very perceptible.

Palpi, n. pl. [L.] (Ent.) Feelers.

Palpitate, v. n.

    1. Pulsate, throb, flutter, beat rapidly, go pit-a-pat.
    2. Tremble, quiver, shiver.

Palpitation, n. Throbbing, fluttering, beating, pulsation, throb.

Palsgrave, n. Count palatine, count of the palace.

Palsy, n. Paralysis.

Palsy, v. a. Paralyze, benumb, deaden.

Palter, v. n. Equivocate, shuffle, dodge, haggle, shift, quibble, evade, prevaricate, trifle.

Paltry, a.

    1. Small, little, diminutive, inconsiderable, insignificant, unimportant, petty, miserable, wretched, slight, slender, feeble, trifling, trivial, of no consequence, of no importance.
    2. Base, vile, abject, grovelling, low, mean, beggarly, pitiful, despicable, contemptible, worthless, shabby, shuffling, shifty.

Paludal, a. Marshy, boggy, fenny, swampy.

Pamper, v. a.

    1. Feed to excess, feed luxuriantly.
    2. Indulge (unduly), cocker, gratify, spoil, fondle.

Pamphlet, n. Brochure.

Panacea, n. Catholicon, cure-all, panpharmacon, universal medicine, universal remedy.

Pancake, n. Fritter.

Pandemonium, Pandæmonium, n. Hell.

Pander, n. [Formerly written Pandar.] Procurer, pimp, male bawd.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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