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Vade-mecum

A handbook, etc. constantly carried for use.

Eg. The priest seldom put down the vade-mecum.

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Wheedle

Coax by flattery or endearments. Get a thing out of a person by wheedling. Cheat a person out of a thing by wheedling.

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Xenogamy

Cross fertilisation.

Eg. Corn is the most common example of xenogamy.

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Glabella

The space between the eyebrows.

Eg. Her wide glabella gave her a strange expression.

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Nonversation

A completely worthless conversation wherein nothing is illuminated, explained or elaborated upon; typically occurs at parties, bars or other such social events.