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spirit British & World English

The non-physical part of a person which is the seat of emotions and character; the soul

spirit English Thesaurus

we seek a harmony between body and spirit

Spirit in spirit British & World English

short for Holy Spirit.

in spirit British & World English

In thought or intention though not physically

free spirit British & World English

An independent or uninhibited person

Holy Spirit British & World English

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

spirit gum British & World English

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

spirit lamp British & World English

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

team spirit British & World English

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

wood spirit British & World English

Another term for wood alcohol.

Blitz spirit British & World English

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

proof spirit British & World English

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

public spirit British & World English

Willingness to do things that help the public

spirit level British & World English

A device consisting of a sealed glass tube partially filled with alcohol or other liquid, containing an air bubble whose position reveals whether a surface is perfectly level

white spirit British & World English

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

Dunkirk spirit British & World English

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

kindred spirit British & World English

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

surgical spirit British & World English

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

community spirit British & World English

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

methylated spirit British & World English

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

rectified spirit British & World English

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

the spirit world British & World English

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

spirit someone up British & World English

Stimulate, animate, or cheer up someone

enter into the spirit British & World English

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

when the spirit moves someone British & World English

When someone feels inclined to do something

in spirit in spirit British & World English

In thought or intention though not physically

enter into the spirit of something British & World English

Begin to enjoy and feel part of a lively event or atmosphere

Blitz spirit in blitz British & World 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 British & World English

Someone has good intentions but fails to live up to them

spirit someone up in spirit British & World English

Stimulate, animate, or cheer up someone

the spirit world in spirit British & World English

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

animal spirits British & World English

Natural exuberance

in or in the spirit in spirit British & World English

In thought or intention though not physically

familiar spirit in familiar British & World English

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

free spirit in free English Thesaurus

you're too much of a free spirit for him

enter into the spirit in spirit British & World English

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

hartshorn British & World English

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

spirit of hartshorn in hartshorn British & World English

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


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