Entry no. 1711595257



noun: dreamer
plural noun: dreamers
noun: DREAMer
plural noun: DREAMers

  1. a person who dreams or is dreaming.
    • a person who is unpractical or idealistic.
  2. US
    a person who has lived in the US without official authorization since coming to the country as a minor. People of this description who met certain conditions would be eligible for a special immigration status under federal legislation first proposed in 2001.
  1. one that dreams
    • one who lives in a world of fancy and imagination
    • one who has ideas or conceives projects regarded as impractical : visionary
    • a person living in the United States without legal status who arrived as the child of someone who did not have the documentation required for legal entry or residence

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Entry no. 1711077030



noun: pacifist
plural noun: pacifists
a person who believes that war and violence are unjustifiable.

adjective: pacifist
holding the belief that war and violence are unjustifiable.

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Entry no. 1709956077



  1. a young trainee in the armed services or police force.
  2. formal•archaic
    a younger son or daughter.
    • a junior branch of a family.
  3. a.) a younger brother or son
    b.) youngest son
    c.) a younger branch of a family or a member of it


Origin of Cadet

early 17th century (in cadet (sense 2)): from French, from Gascon dialect capdet, a diminutive based on Latin caput ‘head’. The notion ‘little head’ or ‘inferior head’ gave rise to that of ‘younger, junior’.

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