A psychological phenomenon in which the mind responds to a stimulus (an image or a sound) by perceiving a familiar pattern where none exists.
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To run hither and thither.
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A comprehensive defeat.
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The sabotage of machinery or equipment in order to prevent others from working during a strike.
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the hole in the base of a hedge left by the repeated passage of a small animal.
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A lack of self-awareness, inability to recognise oneself.
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A person who is twice as good as a good egg.
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Roboreous:Oaklike“Trump stood roboreous, unswayed in the storm of insults.”
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Warning colours indicating the unprofitability of an attack.
The art of addressing the best form of the other person’s argument, even if it’s not the one they presented.