athymism a·thy·mism (ə-thī’mĭz’əm)
athyroidism athyroidism a·thy·roid·ism (ā-thī’roi-dĭz’əm, ə-thī’-) or a·thy·re·a (ā-thī’rē-ə, ə-thī’-) or a·thy·ro·sis (ā’thī-rō’sĭs, āth’ī-) n. The absence of the thyroid gland or the suppression of its secretion. a’thy·rot’ic (ā’thī-rŏt’ĭk, āth’ī-) adj.
noun a type of parka worn by the Inuit in Canada
with a or inclination; : Hold the bottle slightly atilt. with the lance in hand in . Historical Examples You purposely prolong his suspense; he is all atilt, expecting the delightful surprise. Autumn Leaves Various Father,” she began, atilt on the arm of his chair, “should you like to buy this house yourself? Polly of […]
; stimulated. Historical Examples Jimmy was atingle with enthusiasm the instant he got word from the managing editor. The Flying Reporter Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss Nevertheless, Jimmy was all atingle with enthusiasm and eagerness. The Flying Reporter Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss Ko-Ko is atingle with all the passion and faults of humanity. Post-Impressions […]