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Mirage

Mirage

an optical effect, sometimes seen on the ocean, but more frequently in deserts, due to total reflection of light at the surface common to two strata of air differently heated. The reflected image is seen, commonly in an inverted position, while the real object may or may not be in sight. When the surface is horizontal, and below the eye, the appearance is that of a sheet of water in which the object is seen reflected; when the reflecting surface is above the eye, the image is seen projected against the sky. The fata Morgana and looming are species of mirage

— Webster Dictionary

More

More

mōr, adj. (serves as comp. of Many and Much) additional: other besides: greater (so in B.).—adv. to a greater degree: again: longer.—n. a greater thing: something further or in addition:—superl. Most (mōst).—adj. Mō′rish. insufficient: such that one wants more.—More and more, continually increasing; More by token, in proof of this, besides; More or less, about: in round numbers.—Any more, something additional: further; Be no more, to have died; No more, nothing in addition. [Including both M.E. mo, more in number—A.S. , more in number, and M. E. more, larger—A.S. mára, greater.]

— Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

Plural

Plural

plōō′ral, adj. containing or expressing more than one.—n. (gram.) the form denoting more than one.—n. Pluralisā′tion.—v.t. Plu′ralise, to make plural.—v.i. to hold two or more benefices simultaneously.—ns. Plu′ralism, the state of being plural: the holding by one person of more than one office at once, esp. applied to ecclesiastical livings; Plu′ralist, one who holds more than one office at one time; Plural′ity, the state of being plural: a number consisting of more than one: the majority: the holding of more than one benefice at one time: the living held by a pluralist.—adv. Plu′rally. [Fr.,—L. pluralisplus, pluris, more.]

— Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

Vision

Vision

vizh′un, n. the act or sense of seeing: sight: anything seen: anything imagined to be seen: a divine revelation: an apparition: anything imaginary.—v.t. to see as a vision: to present as in a vision.—n. (Scot.) Visie (viz′i), a close look at anything.—adj. Vis′ional, pertaining to a vision, not real.—adv. Vis′ionally.—n. Vis′ionariness.—adj. Vis′ionary, affected by visions: apt to see visions, imaginative: existing in imagination only: not real.—n. one who sees visions: one who forms impracticable schemes.—adj. Vis′ioned (rare), inspired so as to see visions: seen in a vision, spectral.—n. Vis′ionist, a visionary person, one who believes in visions.—adj. Vis′ionless, destitute of vision.—Beatific vision (see Beatify); Centre, Point, of vision, the position from which anything is observed, or represented as being seen. [Fr.,—L. visio, visionisvidēre, visum, to see; cf. Gr. idein, Eng. wit.]

— Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

As Seen on TV

As Seen on TV

As Seen On TV, Inc. (OTCQB: ASTV) is the leading multichannel distributor of As Seen On TV products and serves up fun for engaged consumers worldwide. Customers can find 1,500 products from As Seen on TV in the areas of Household, Kitchen, Outdoor, Health & Beauty, Fitness, Clothing, Electronics, Toys, Novelty, Pets, DVDs, and Food. Celebrities and industry experts often endorse As Seen On TV products for their inventive nature and utility. For more information, please visit www.AsSeenOnTV.com or follow ASTV online at Facebook.com/OfficialAsSeenOnTV, @AsSeenOnTV on Twitter and Pinterest.com/AsSeenOnTVHQ.

— CrunchBase

As seen on TV

As seen on TV

As seen on TV is a nameplate for products advertised on television in the United States for direct-response mail-order through a toll-free telephone number. Typically the packaging for these items includes a standardized red seal in the shape of a CRT television screen with the words "AS SEEN ON TV" in white, an intentional allusion to the logo of TV Guide magazine. The pervasive presence of "as seen on TV" products is the subject for much comedy on TV, often exaggerating the typical pitches of "as seen on TV" products and using the now famous phrase "But Wait, There's More". One such example of mockery is the fictional "Spishak" company, a series of sketches on MADtv. Prominent marketers of "as seen on TV" products include Time-Life, Space Bag, K-tel, Ronco, and Thane. There are also retail brick-and-mortar and online stores that specifically sell As Seen on TV products. As Seen On TV Products is a generic name attached to items that are advertised on television - either in 30 minute infomercial spots or during commercial breaks. These products can range from kitchen, household, automotive, cleaning, health, and beauty products, to exercise & fitness products, books, or to toys and games for children.

— Freebase

Apparent

Apparent

capable of being seen, or easily seen; open to view; visible to the eye; within sight or view

— Webster Dictionary

Geocentrical

Geocentrical

having reference to the earth as center; in relation to or seen from the earth, -- usually opposed to heliocentric, as seen from the sun; as, the geocentric longitude or latitude of a planet

— Webster Dictionary

Parallax

Parallax

the apparent difference in position of a body (as the sun, or a star) as seen from some point on the earth's surface, and as seen from some other conventional point, as the earth's center or the sun

— Webster Dictionary

Spectrum

Spectrum

a luminous appearance, or an image seen after the eye has been exposed to an intense light or a strongly illuminated object. When the object is colored, the image appears of the complementary color, as a green image seen after viewing a red wafer lying on white paper. Called also ocular spectrum

— Webster Dictionary

tallywhacker

tallywhacker

A SCROTUM with or without TESTICLES in it ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING 1 or more TESTICLES AND is attached to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING any number of TESTICLES-- SOMETIMES no TESTICLES at all -- usually ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING 2 or more TESTICLES and ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES The term "WHACKER" or "WACKER" is the shortened version of the word "TALLYWHACKER" or "TALLYWACKER."

— Editors Contribution

tallywhacker

tallywhacker

A SCROTUM with or without TESTICLES in it ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING 1 or more TESTICLES AND is attached to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING any number of TESTICLES-- SOMETIMES no TESTICLES at all -- usually ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING 2 or more TESTICLES and ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES The term "WHACKER" or "WACKER" is the shortened version of the word "TALLYWHACKER" or "TALLYWACKER."

— Editors Contribution

tallywhacker

tallywhacker

A SCROTUM with or without TESTICLES in it ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING 1 or more TESTICLES AND is attached to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING any number of TESTICLES-- SOMETIMES no TESTICLES at all -- usually ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES A SCROTUM CONTAINING 2 or more TESTICLES and ATTACHED to 1 or more PENISES The term "WHACKER" or "WACKER" is the shortened version of the word "TALLYWHACKER" or "TALLYWACKER."

— Editors Contribution

View

View

vū, n. a seeing: sight: reach of the sight: whole extent seen: that which is seen: inspection, as by a jury, of the place of a crime, of the corpse, &c.: direction in which a thing is seen: the picture of a scene: a sketch: mental survey: mode of looking at or receiving: opinion: intention: (Shak.) show, appearance.—v.t. to see: to look at attentively: to examine intellectually.—adj. View′able, that can be viewed.—ns. View′er; View′-halloo′, the huntsman's cry when the fox breaks cover; View′iness, character of being viewy or visionary.—adj. View′less, not to be viewed: invisible.—adv. View′lessly.—adj. View′ly (prov.), pleasing to look at.—n. View′-point, point of view.—adjs. View′some (prov.), viewly; View′y (coll.), holding opinions vague or purely speculative.—Dissolving views, pictures thrown on a screen and made to pass one into the other; Field of view, the compass of visual power; In view of, having regard to; On view, open to public inspection; To the view (Shak.), in public. [Fr. vuevu, pa.p. of voir—L. vidēre, to see.]

— Chambers 20th Century Dictionary

probably destroyed

probably destroyed

In air operations, a damage assessment on an enemy aircraft seen to break off combat in circumstances which lead to the conclusion that it must be a loss although it is not actually seen to crash.

— Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms

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Which of the following terms is an antonym of "miserable"?
  • A. pathetic
  • B. misfortunate
  • C. comfy
  • D. measly