a galaxy consisting of antimatter.
to play at any game of chance for money or other stakes. to stake or risk money, or anything of value, on the outcome of something involving chance: to gamble on a toss of the dice. to lose or squander by betting (usually followed by away): He gambled all his hard-earned money away in one […]
opposed or hostile to homosexuals or to homosexual social reforms and institutions, etc. Contemporary Examples It is neither pro-choice nor pro-life; neither pro-NRA nor pro-gun control; neither pro-equality nor antigay. Paul Begala: With Ryan, Romney Has the Plutocrat Ticket Paul Begala August 10, 2012 With its antigay policies, Scouting is wrong and Scouting is unjust. […]
having the same father and mother, as a full brother or sister (usually used in combination): a brother-german. born of the brother or sister of one’s father or mother, as a first cousin (usually used in combination): a cousin-german. Archaic. . of or relating to , its inhabitants, or their language. a native or inhabitant […]
of or containing , especially in the tetravalent state. of or relating to the Teutons or their languages. . of, relating to, or noting the Germanic branch of languages. a branch of the Indo-European family of languages including , Dutch, English, the Scandinavian languages, Afrikaans, Flemish, Frisian, and the extinct Gothic language. (def 1). an […]
a usage, idiom, or other feature that is characteristic of the language. a custom, manner, mode of thought, action, etc., that is characteristic of the people. extreme partiality for or attachment to Germany, , or customs, manners, etc. Historical Examples Subject to this qualification, the proportion of the forms in -ing, is a measure of […]