Meal, repast, feed, mess, spread, course, regale, regalement, entertainment, feast, banquet, junket, refreshment, refection; breakfast, déjeuner, lunch, bever, luncheon, tiffin, tea, afternoon tea, five-o'clock tea, dinner, supper, whet, appetiser, bait, dessert, entremet, hors d'œuvre, picnic, wayzgoose, bean-feast blow-out, tuck-in, tuck-out, snack, pot-luck, table d'hôte, déjeuner à la fourchette.

    Mouthful, bolus, gobbet, sip, sop, tot, dram, peg, cocktail 615, nip, chasse, liqueur.

    Drink, tipple, beverage, liquor, broth, soup, etc., symposium.

    (Phrases). A good tuck-in; a modest quencher.

    (Adjectives). Eatable, edible, esculent, comestible, alimentary, cereal, culinary, nutritious, nutritive, nutrient, nutrimental, succulent, potable, drinkable.

  • Tobacco, the weed, bacca, baccy, honeydew, cavendish, bird's-eye, shag, virginia, latakia, perique, plug, twist, etc.

    Cigar, cheroot, havana, manila, weed, whiff, cigarette, fag, gasper.

    Snuff, rappee.

    A smoke, pinch, prise, quid, chaw.

    (Adjective). Nicotian.

  • Excretion (Substantives), discharge, emanation, exhalation, exudation, secretion, extrusion, effusion, extravasation, evacuation, fèces, excrement 653, perspiration, diaphoresis, etc.
  • (Verbs). To emanate, exhale, excern, excrete, exude, effuse, secrete, secern, extravasate, evacuate, discharge, etc. 297.

  • Forcible ingress,
  • Insertion (Substantives), putting in, implantation, introduction, interjection, insinuation, planting, intercalation, embolism, injection, inoculation, vaccination, importation, intervention 228, dovetailing, wedge.

    Immersion, dip, plunge, bath, submersion, souse, duck, soak.

    Interment, burying, etc. 363.

    (Verbs). To insert, introduce, put into, import, throw in, interlard, inject, interject, intercalate, infuse, instil, inoculate, vaccinate, pasteurise, impregnate, imbue, imbrue, graft, engraft, bud, plant, implant, obtrude, foist in, worm in, thrust in, stick in, ram in, plough in, let in, dovetail, mortise, insinuate, wedge in, press in, impact, drive in, run in, empierce 260.

    To immerse, dip, steep, immerge, merge, submerge, bathe, plunge, drop in, souse, douse, soak, duck, drown.

    To inter, bury, etc. 363.

    (Adjectives). Inserting, inserted, implanted, embedded, etc., ingrowing.

  • Forcible egress.
  • Extraction (Substantives), taking out, removal, elimination, extrication, evulsion, avulsion, wrench.

    Expression, squeezing.

    (Verbs). To extract, take out, draw, draw out, pull out, tear out, pluck out, wring from, prise, wrench, rake out, rake up, grub up, root up, dredge, remove, get out 185, elicit, extricate, eliminate.

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