1. of devil: connected with the devil or devil worship
2. evil: extremely cruel or evil
That guy's diabolic; he worships the devil and likes torture.
November 14, 2006
1. A small narrow opening.
2. A fixed or adjustable opening in a piece of equipment such as a camera or microscope that lets light pass through a lens or mirror.
3. The diameter of an aperture in a piece of equipment such as a camera.
See definition of aperture above.
The fight's gonna be 12 vs 11.
September 01, 2007
1. A fee charged for instruction at a school or university.
2. Teaching: instruction, especially when given individually or in a small group.
Like private schools or home teaching, tuition is charged. It isn't for free.
To ascent to a higher plane of existence. According to theories there are 7 planes on the path of human evolution
. Ascention is the process you go through when you die, but only if you are far enough evolved. When you are ascended, you exist as pure energy, that can take several forms.
Daniel ascended when he died, he went through the process called ascention and he now exists as pure energy.
February 10, 2007
1) A fee paid to an agent for providing a service, especially a percentage of the total amount of business transacted.
2) A job or task given to a person or a group, especially an order to produce a particular product or piece of work.
3) A group of people authorized to carry out a duty.
4) The committing of something, especially a crime or other offense.
1) The middleman was paid a fee.
2) The factory was given a commission.
3) The spy had commission to kill suspects of terrorism.
4) The commission of a crime.
1. To leave somebody or something behind for others to look after, especially somebody or something meant to be a personal responsibility.
2. To leave a place or vehicle, especially for reasons of safety and without intending to return soon.
3. To renounce or reject something previously done or used
4. To surrender control of something completely to somebody else.
5. To stop doing something before it is completed, usually because of difficulty or danger.
6. To abandon yourself: To give yourself over to a powerful emotion.
*Complete lack of inhibition or self-restraint.
1. Pets abandoned by their owners.
2. They had to abandon their vehicles in the snow.
3. The practice was abandoned long ago.
4. As troops closed in the town was abandoned to its fate.
5. Abandoning the rescue attempt.
6. He abandoned himself to his grief.
*French "abandoner" -> "under control".