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|monkey with Paul-Pry busybody butt in fool fool with horn in interfere interlope intermeddle kibitz make meddle meddle with mess with nose pry snoop tamper with|
|monkeying coquetry dabbling dalliance dallying fiddling flirtation fooling fooling around idling jerking off kidding around loitering messing around monkeying around piddling playing playing around pottering puttering smattering tinkering toying trifling|
|Bass drum |
() The largest of the different kinds of drums, having two heads, and emitting a deep, grave sound. See Bass, a.
(n.) An instrument of percussion, consisting either of a hollow cylinder, over each end of which is stretched a piece of skin or vellum, to be beaten with a stick
(n.) Anything resembling a drum in form
(n.) A sheet iron radiator, often in the shape of a drum, for warming an apartment by means of heat received from a stovepipe, or a cylindrical receiver for steam, etc.
(n.) A small cylindrical box in which figs, etc., are packed.
(n.) The tympanum of the ear
(n.) One of the cylindrical, or nearly cylindrical, blocks, of which the shaft of a column is composed
(n.) A cylinder on a revolving shaft, generally for the purpose of driving several pulleys, by means of belts or straps passing around its periphery
(n.) See Drumfish.
(n.) A noisy, tumultuous assembly of fashionable people at a private house
(n.) A tea party
(v. i.) To beat a drum with sticks
(v. i.) To beat with the fingers, as with drumsticks
(v. i.) To throb, as the heart.
(v. i.) To go about, as a drummer does, to gather recruits, to draw or secure partisans, customers, etc,
(v. t.) To execute on a drum, as a tune.
(v. t.) (With out) To expel ignominiously, with beat of drum
(v. t.) (With up) To assemble by, or as by, beat of drum
|Drum major |
|Drum major |
() The chief or first drummer of a regiment
|Drum major |
() The marching leader of a military band.
|Drum major |
() A noisy gathering. [R.] See under Drum, n., 4.
(n.) In the most general sense, any one of the Quadrumana, including apes, baboons, and lemurs.
(n.) Any species of Quadrumana, except the lemurs.
(n.) Any one of numerous species of Quadrumana (esp. such as have a long tail and prehensile feet) exclusive of apes and baboons.
(n.) A term of disapproval, ridicule, or contempt, as for a mischievous child.
(n.) The weight or hammer of a pile driver, that is, a very heavy mass of iron, which, being raised on high, falls on the head of the pile, and drives it into the earth
(n.) A small trading vessel of the sixteenth century.
(v. t. & i.) To act or treat as a monkey does
(n.) The fruit of the Adansonia digitata
(n.) See Nepenthes.
(n.) The fruit of two South American trees (Lecythis Ollaria, and L. Zabucajo), which have for their fruit large, pot-shaped, woody capsules containing delicious nuts, and opening almost explosively by a circular lid at the top. Vases and pots are made of this capsule.
|Monkey's puzzle |
() A lofty coniferous Chilian tree (Araucaria imbricata), the branches of which are so crowded and intertwisted "as to puzzle a monkey to climb." The edible nuts are over an inch long, and are called pi–on by the Chilians.
|monkey business||mischievous or deceitful behavior|
|European breed of small dog resembling a terrier with dark wiry hair and a tufted muzzle|
|monkey||any of various long-tailed primates (excluding the prosimians)|
|Old World monkey |
|of Africa or Arabia or Asia, having nonprehensile tails and nostrils close together|
|small slender African monkey having long hind limbs and tail and long hair around the face|
Cercopithecus aethiops pygerythrus
|South African monkey with black face and hands|
|green monkey |
African green monkey
Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus
|common savannah monkey with greenish-grey back and yellow tail|
|reddish long-tailed monkey of west Africa|
|of southern Asia, used in medical research|
|bonnet macaque |
|Indian macaque with a bonnet-like tuft of hair|
|crab-eating macaque |
|monkey of southeast Asia, Borneo and the Philippines|
|arboreal monkey of western and central Africa with long silky fur and reduced thumbs|
|proboscis monkey |
|Borneo monkey having a long bulbous nose|
|New World monkey |
|hairy-faced arboreal monkeys having widely separated nostrils and long usually prehensile tails|
|small South American marmoset with silky fur and long nonprehensile tail|
|howler monkey |
|monkey of tropical South American forests having a loud howling cry|
|small South American monkeys with long beautiful fur and long nonprehensile tail|
|spider monkey |
|arboreal monkey of tropical America with long slender legs and long prehensile tail|
|squirrel monkey |
|small long-tailed monkey of Central American and South America with greenish fur and black muzzle|
|woolly monkey||large monkeys with dark skin and woolly fur of the Amazon and Orinoco basins|
|small to medium-sized bottom-dwelling food and game fishes of shallow coastal and fresh waters that make a drumming noise|
|striped drum |
|a kind of drumfish|
|red drum |
redfish Sciaenops ocellatus
|large edible fish found off coast of United States from Massachusetts to Mexico|
|bass drum |
|a large drum with two heads, makes a sound of indefinite but very low pitch|
|a small drum, played with the hands|
|brake drum |
|a hollow cast-iron cylinder attached to the wheel that forms part of the brakes|
|brass monkey||a metal stand that formerly held cannon balls on sailing ships|
|a musical percussion instrument, usually consists of a hollow cylinder with a membrane stretched across each end|
|drum metal drum||a cylindrical metal container used for shipping or storage of liquids|
|drum brake||hydraulic brake in which friction is applied to the inside of a spinning drum by the brake shoe|
|drum printer||a line printer in which the type is mounted on a rotating drum that contains a full character set for each printing position|
|drum sander |
|a power tool used for sanding wood, an endless loop of sandpaper is moved at high speed by an electric motor|
|flying bridge |
|the highest navigational bridge on a ship, a small (often open) deck above the pilot house|
|mess jacket |
|waist-length jacket tapering to a point at the back, worn by officers in the mess for formal dinners|
|monkey bridge||a high narrow platform above a deck or in an engine room or boiler room|
|monkey ladder||a light ladder to the monkey bridge on a ship|
|adjustable wrench that has one fixed and one adjustable jaw|
|snare drum |
snare side drum
|a small drum with two heads and a snare stretched across the lower head|
|steel drum||a concave percussion instrument made from the metal top of an oil drum, has an array of flattened areas that produce different tones when struck (of Caribbean origin)|
|tenor drum |
|any of various drums with small heads|
|drum||the sound of a drum, he could hear the drums before he heard the fifes|
roll drum roll
|the sound of a drum (especially a snare drum) beaten rapidly and continuously|
groundnut monkey nut
|pod of the peanut vine containing usually nuts or seeds, `groundnut' and `monkey nut' are British terms|
|sour gourd monkey bread||African gourd-like fruit with edible pulp|
|automobile mechanic |
mechanic grease monkey
|someone whose occupation is repairing and maintaining automobiles|
|drum major||the leader of a marching band or drum corps|
|drum majorette |
|a female drum major|
|drum majorette majorette||a female baton twirler who accompanies a marching band|
rascal rapscallion scalawag scallywag
|one who is playfully mischievous|
|powder monkey||someone who carries explosives (as from the magazine to the guns on board a warship)|