antagonistic or indifferent to a normal .
regarded as opposing the because of advocating abortion, birth control, etc.
a distilled or spirituous beverage, as brandy or whiskey, as distinguished from a fermented beverage, as wine or beer. any liquid substance, as broth from cooked meats or vegetables. Pharmacology, (def 6). a of a substance, especially a concentrated one used in the industrial arts. Informal. to furnish or ply with liquor to drink (often […]
able to read and write. having or showing knowledge of literature, writing, etc.; literary; well-read. characterized by skill, lucidity, polish, or the like: His writing is literate but cold and clinical. having knowledge or skill in a specified field: Is she computer literate? The boss needs a computer‐literate assistant. having an education; educated. a person […]
the quality or state of being , especially the ability to read and write. possession of education: to question someone’s literacy. a person’s knowledge of a particular subject or field: to acquire computer literacy; improving your financial literacy. Contemporary Examples Mom has brought the importance of literacy to the front lines, and this will be […]
objects strewn or scattered about; scattered rubbish. a condition of disorder or untidiness: We were appalled at the litter of the room. a number of young brought forth by a multiparous animal at one birth: a litter of six kittens. a framework of cloth stretched between two parallel bars, for the transportation of a sick […]