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Tic-Tac-Toe 5

Omni and Spir

word and derivativedefinitions
Omnivore - consumer an animal or person who eats food of both plant and animal origin. only one definition
omnipotent- ruler having unlimited power. having ultimate power and influence
omnipresent - infinite common or widespread (of god) present everywhere at the same time
omniscient - wise knowing everything all-knowing
omnidirectional- no derivatives receiving signals from or transmitting in all directions only one definition
omnibus-anthology a volume containing several novels or other items previously published separately. comprising several items.
omnifarious -varied comprising or relating to all sorts or varieties only one definition
omnirange- no derivatives a navigation system in which short-ranged omnidirectional VHF transmitters serve as radio beacons only one definition
omnisexual-no derivatives involving, related to, or characterized by a diverse sexual propensity only one definition
omnivorous -predatory feeding off both plant and animal origin taking in or using whatever is available
spire - steeple a tapering conical or pyramidal structure on top of a building, typically a church tower a long tapering object
spirt- explosion (old fashioned spelling of spurt) gush out in a sudden and forceful stream. cause to gush out suddenly
spirit - mood a persons attitude a person's mood
spiral -swirl winding in a continuous and gradually widening curving around a long bone lengthwise
spireme - coil the tangled strands of chromosomal material seen in the early stages of cell division, formerly believed to be a single continuous strand (or two in a diploid cell, etc.).
spirulina - no derivatives filamentous cyanobacteria that form tangled masses in warm alkaline lakes in Africa and Central and South America. spirulina dried and prepared as a food or food additive, which is a rich source of many vitamins and minerals.
spirometer - no derivatives an instrument for measuring the air capacity of the lungs. only one definition
spirea - no derivatives a shrub of the rose family, with clusters of small white or pink flowers. Found throughout the northern hemisphere, it is widely cultivated as a garden ornamental. only one definition
spirillum - no derivatives a bacterium with a rigid spiral structure, found in stagnant water and sometimes causing disease. only one definition
spiracle -no derivatives an external respiratory opening, especially each of a number of pores on the body of an insect, or each of a pair of vestigial gill slits behind the eye of a cartilaginous fish. only one definition
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