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spirit US English

The nonphysical part of a person that is the seat of emotions and character; the soul

spirit US Thesaurus

harmony between body and spirit

the Spirit in spirit US English

short for Holy Spirit.

in spirit US English

In thought or intention though not physically

free spirit US English

An independent or uninhibited person

Holy Spirit US English

(In Christianity) the third person of the Trinity; God as spiritually active in the world

spirit gum US English

A quick-drying solution of gum, chiefly used by actors to attach false hair to their faces

spirit lamp US English

A lamp burning volatile spirits, especially methylated spirits, instead of oil

team spirit US English

Feelings of camaraderie among the members of a group, enabling them to cooperate and work well together

wood spirit US English

Another term for wood alcohol.

Blitz spirit US English

Stoicism and determination in a difficult or dangerous situation, especially as displayed by a group of people

proof spirit US English

A mixture of alcohol and water containing (in the US) 50 percent alcohol by volume, or (in the UK) 57.1 percent alcohol by volume, used as a standard of strength of distilled alcoholic liquor

public spirit US English

Willingness to do things that help the public

spirit level US English

Another term for level3noun3noun3noun.

white spirit US English

A volatile colourless liquid distilled from petroleum, used as a paint thinner and solvent

Dunkirk spirit US English

Stoicism and determination in a difficult or dangerous situation, especially as displayed by a group of people

kindred spirit US English

A person whose interests or attitudes are similar to one’s own

surgical spirit US English

Denatured alcohol, typically perfumed, used for cleaning and disinfecting the skin or medical instruments before an injection or surgical operation

community spirit US English

A feeling of involvement in and concern for one’s local community

methylated spirit US English

Alcohol for general use that has been made unfit for drinking by the addition of about 10 percent methanol and typically also some pyridine and a violet dye

rectified spirit US English

A mixture of ethanol (95.6 per cent) and water produced as an azeotrope by distillation

spirit of wine US English

Purified alcohol

the spirit world US English

(In animistic and occult belief) the nonphysical realm in which disembodied spirits have their existence

spirit someone up US English

Stimulate, animate, or cheer up someone

enter into the spirit US English

Join wholeheartedly in an event, especially one of celebration and festivity

when the spirit moves someone US English

When someone feels inclined to do something

in spirit in spirit US English

In thought or intention though not physically

Blitz spirit in blitz US English

Stoicism and determination in a difficult or dangerous situation, especially as displayed by a group of people

the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak US English

Someone has good intentions but fails to live up to them

spirit someone up in spirit US English

Stimulate, animate, or cheer up someone

the spirit world in spirit US English

(In animistic and occult belief) the nonphysical realm in which disembodied spirits have their existence

animal spirits US English

Natural exuberance

in or in the spirit in spirit US English

In thought or intention though not physically

familiar spirit in familiar US English

A demon supposedly attending and obeying a witch, often said to assume the form of an animal

spirit away in spirit US Thesaurus

they made up a story about having been spirited away by gypsies

enter into the spirit in spirit US English

Join wholeheartedly in an event, especially one of celebration and festivity

hartshorn US English

Aqueous ammonia solution used as smelling salts, formerly prepared from the horns of deer

spirit of hartshorn in hartshorn US English

Aqueous ammonia solution used as smelling salts, formerly prepared from the horns of deer

when the spirit moves someone in spirit US English

When someone feels inclined to do something

the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak in spirit US English

Someone has good intentions but fails to live up to them


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