[buht-er-peyst] /ˈbʌt ərˌpeɪst/
a mixture of flour and kneaded together, used as a thickening for sauces.
the vessel in which the dough, after being mixed and leavened, was left to swell or ferment (Ex. 8:3; 12:34; Deut. 28:5, 7). The dough in the vessels at the time of the Exodus was still unleavened, because the people were compelled to withdraw in haste.
- Knebworth house
/ˈnɛbwɜːθ/ noun 1. a Tudor mansion in Knebworth in Hertfordshire: home of Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton; decorated (1843) in the Gothic style
noun 1. Automotive. a form of suspension for the front wheels of a vehicle permitting each wheel to rise and fall independently of the other. 2. limited and temporary bending at a joint provided to relieve a structure or machine part under stress.
noun 1. a physical exercise in which a person starts from an erect position, moves to a squatting position, and returns to the original position without using the hands to support the body. noun an exercise which involves squatting and deeply bending the knees Examples Knee bends strengthen the leg muscles.