adverb: 1. With all one’s strength. 2. At full speed. 3. With great haste.
Definition: (noun) Trivial nonsense. Synonyms: fiddle-faddle, piffle. Usage: Our earnings reports prove that the rumors of our company's imminent collapse are balderdash. Discuss
adverb: For want of something better.
Definition: (adjective) Doubtful or suspect. Synonyms: alleged, supposed. Usage: The so-called master detective tripped over the murder weapon just as he was declaring the case insolvable. Discuss
adverb: 1. Soon after. 2. Again. 3. From time to time.
Definition: (adjective) Exercising power or authority. Synonyms: reigning, ruling. Usage: She became queen regnant upon the death of her father and soon gained a reputation for being a firm but fair ruler. Discuss
Definition: (noun) A minor inadvertent mistake usually observed in speech or writing or in small accidents or memory lapses etc. Synonyms: parapraxis, slip-up. Usage: Any politician's career will feature a miscue or two, but our buffoonish mayor makes public gaffes on an almost weekly basis. Discuss