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Can

can1  (kan;[unstressed]kən),USA pronunciation auxiliary v.  and v., pres. sing. 1st pers.  can, 2nd  can  or ([Archaic])  canst, 3rd  can, pres. pl.  can*  past sing. 1st pers.  could, 2nd  could  or ([Archaic])  couldst, 3rd  could, past pl.  could. For auxiliary v.: imperative, infinitive, and participles lacking. For v. (Obs.): imperativecan;
 infinitivecan;
 past part. could;
 pres. part.cun•ning. 
auxiliary verb. 
  1. to be able to;
    have the ability, power, or skill to: She can solve the problem easily, I'm sure.
  2. to know how to: He can play chess, although he's not particularly good at it.
  3. to have the power or means to: A dictator can impose his will on the people.
  4. to have the right or qualifications to: He can change whatever he wishes in the script.
  5. may;
    have permission to: Can I speak to you for a moment?
  6. to have the possibility: A coin can land on either side.

v.t., v.i. 
  1. [Obs.]to know.

Bearded

beard•ed (bērdid),USA pronunciation adj. 
  1. having a beard.
  2. having a hairlike growth or tuft, as certain wheats.
  3. having a barb, as a fishhook.
bearded•ness, n. 

Dragons

drag•on (dragən),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. a mythical monster generally represented as a huge, winged reptile with crested head and enormous claws and teeth, and often spouting fire.
  2. [Archaic.]a huge serpent or snake.
  3. a large animal, possibly a large snake or crocodile.
  4. the dragon, Satan.
  5. a fierce, violent person.
  6. a very watchful and strict woman.
  7. See  flying dragon. 
  8. [Bot.]any of several araceous plants, as Arisaema dracontium(green dragon or dragonroot), the flowers of which have a long, slender spadix and a green, shorter spathe.
  9. a short musket carried by a mounted infantryman in the 16th and 17th centuries.
  10. a soldier armed with such a musket.
  11. (cap.) [Astron.]the constellation Draco.
dragon•ish, adj. 
dragon•like′, adj. 

Eat

eat (ēt),USA pronunciation v.,  ate  (āt;
esp. Brit. et) or (Archaic) eat  (et, ēt);
eat•en  or (Archaic) eat  (et, ēt);
eat•ing;
 n. 
v.t. 
  1. to take into the mouth and swallow for nourishment;
    chew and swallow (food).
  2. to consume by or as if by devouring gradually;
    wear away;
    corrode: The patient was eaten by disease and pain.
  3. to make (a hole, passage, etc.), as by gnawing or corrosion.
  4. to ravage or devastate: a forest eaten by fire.
  5. to use up, esp. wastefully;
    consume (often fol. by up): Unexpected expenses have been eating up their savings.
  6. to absorb or pay for: The builder had to eat the cost of the repairs.
  7. (vulgar). to perform cunnilingus or fellatio on.

v.i. 
  1. to consume food;
    take a meal: We'll eat at six o'clock.
  2. to make a way, as by gnawing or corrosion: Acid ate through the linoleum.
  3. be eating someone, [Informal.]to worry, annoy, or bother: Something seems to be eating him—he's been wearing a frown all day.
  4. eat away or  into, to destroy gradually, as by erosion: For eons, the pounding waves ate away at the shoreline.
  5. eat crow. See  crow 1 (def. 7).
  6. eat high off the hog. See  hog (def. 11).
  7. eat humble pie. See  humble pie (def. 3).
  8. eat in, to eat or dine at home.
  9. eat one's heart out. See  heart (def. 23).
  10. eat one's terms. See  term (def. 16).
  11. eat one's words. See  word (def. 14).
  12. eat out, to have a meal at a restaurant rather than at home.
  13. eat out of one's hand. See  hand (def. 36).
  14. eat someone out of house and home, to eat so much as to strain someone's resources of food or money: A group of hungry teenagers can eat you out of house and home.
  15. eat someone's lunch, [Slang.]to thoroughly defeat, outdo, injure, etc.
  16. eat the wind out of, to blanket (a sailing vessel sailing close-hauled) by sailing close on the weather side of.
  17. eat up: 
    • to consume wholly.
    • to show enthusiasm for;
      take pleasure in: The audience ate up everything he said.
    • to believe without question.

n. 
  1. eats, food.
eater, n. 

Their

their (ᵺâr; unstressed ᵺər),USA pronunciation pron. 
  1. a form of the possessive case of  they used as an attributive adjective, before a noun: their home; their rights as citizens; their departure for Rome.
  2. (used after an indefinite singular antecedent in place of the definite masculine form his or the definite feminine form her): Someone left their book on the table. Did everyone bring their lunch?Cf.  theirs. 

Shedded

shed1  (shed),USA pronunciation n. 
  1. a slight or rude structure built for shelter, storage, etc.
  2. a large, strongly built structure, often open at the sides or end.
shedlike′, adj. 

Skin

skin (skin),USA pronunciation n., v.,  skinned, skin•ning, adj. 
n. 
  1. the external covering or integument of an animal body, esp. when soft and flexible.
  2. such an integument stripped from the body of an animal, esp. a small animal;
    pelt: a beaver skin.
  3. the tanned or treated pelt or hide of an animal, esp. when used in apparel and accessories;
    leather (usually used in combination): pigskin; calfskin.
  4. any integumentary covering, casing, outer coating, or surface layer, as an investing membrane, the rind or peel of fruit, or a film on liquid: a skin of thin ice; the aluminum skin of an airplane.
    • the outermost layer of a pearl.
    • the outermost layer of a diamond as found: often different in color and refraction from the inner part of the stone.
    • the shell or ceiling of a hull.
    • the outer, exposed part of a furled sail.
  5. an outer layer of a metal piece having characteristics differing from those of the interior.
  6. a container made of animal skin, used for holding liquids, esp. wine.
  7. condom.
  8. skins, [Slang.]drums.
  9. a swindler;
    cheat.
  10. a skinflint.
  11. a horse.
  12. a dollar bill.
  13. the outer surface of a missile or rocket.
  14. by the skin of one's teeth, by an extremely narrow margin;
    just barely;
    scarcely: We made the last train by the skin of our teeth.
  15. get under one's skin: 
    • to irritate;
      bother: His laugh really gets under my skin.
    • to affect deeply;
      impress;
      penetrate: That sort of music always gets under my skin.
  16. have a thick skin, to be insensitive to criticism or rebuffs: The complaint desk is a job for someone who has a thick skin.
  17. have a thin skin, to be extremely sensitive to criticism or rebuffs;
    be easily offended: Be careful what you say to me, I have a thin skin.
  18. in or  with a whole skin, without harm;
    unscathed;
    safely: She escaped from the burning building with a whole skin.
  19. no skin off one's back, nose, or  teeth, of no interest or concern or involving no risk to one.
  20. save one's skin, to avoid harm, esp. to escape death: They betrayed their country to save their skins.
  21. under the skin, in essence;
    fundamentally;
    despite appearances or differences: sisters under the skin.

v.t. 
  1. to strip or deprive of skin;
    flay;
    peel;
    husk.
  2. to remove or strip off (any covering, outer coating, surface layer, etc.).
  3. to scrape or rub a small piece of skin from (one's hand, leg, etc.), as in falling or sliding against something: She skinned her knee.
  4. to urge on, drive, or whip (a draft animal, as a mule or ox).
  5. to climb or jump: He skinned the rope to the top of the wall.
  6. to cover with or as if with skin.
  7. to strip of money or belongings;
    fleece, as in gambling.
  8. [Cards.]to slide cards one at a time off the top of (the pack) in dealing.
  9. to defeat completely: skinned at the polls.
  10. to castigate;
    reprimand: skinned for his disobedience.

v.i. 
  1. to slip off or depart hurriedly (often followed by out).
  2. skin alive: 
    • to reprimand;
      scold.
    • to subdue completely, esp. in a cruel or ruthless manner: The home team was skinned alive this afternoon.

adj. 
    • showing or featuring nude persons, often in a sexually explicit way: a skin magazine.
    • presenting films, stage shows, exhibitions, etc., that feature nude persons, esp. in a sexually explicit way: a Times Square skin house.
skinlike′, adj. 
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