FrameNet (lexunits)
lexunits
lexunits
SELECT frame,lexunit,ludefinition FROM fnlexunits LEFT JOIN fnframes USING (frameid) ORDER BY frame,lexunit LIMIT 50
framelexunitludefinition
Abandonmentabandon.vleave behind
Abandonmentabandoned.athe state of being left behind
Abandonmentabandonment.nthe act of relinquishing to no one
Abandonmentforget.vleave something behind unintentionally
Abandonmentleave.vlet remain in another place as abondoned
Abounding_withadorned.adecorated
Abounding_withasphalted.acovered in asphalt
Abounding_withbedecked.adecorated lavishly
Abounding_withbejewelled.acovered in jewels
Abounding_withbespattered.acovered in patch of liquid
Abounding_withblanketed.acovered (in, with)
Abounding_withbrimming.afull to the point of overflowing
Abounding_withbrushed.acovered by something which was applied with a brush
Abounding_withbuttered.acovered with butter
Abounding_withchock-a-block.acrammed full
Abounding_withchock-full.afilled to overflowing
Abounding_withcloaked.aenveloped (in, with), generally to the point of being hidden
Abounding_withcoated.alayered or covered (with,in) something
Abounding_withcovered.ahaving a large quantity of something on the surface
Abounding_withcrammed.afilled to the point of overflowing
Abounding_withcrawl.vbe unpleasantly covered or crowded with
Abounding_withcrawling.aunpleasantly covered or crowded with
Abounding_withcrowded.afilled so far as to inhibit movement
Abounding_withdabbed.ahaving been covered with quick light strokes
Abounding_withdecked.adecorated brightly and extensively
Abounding_withdecorated.afurned with ornamental things
Abounding_withdotted.acovered (with, in)
Abounding_withdraped.acovered with a loose cloth
Abounding_withdrizzled.ahaving been covered by trickling a thin stream of liquid
Abounding_withdusted.acovered with a powedered substance
Abounding_withembellished.aadorned or decorated
Abounding_withfestooned.aadorned with festoons
Abounding_withfilled.afull
Abounding_withfull.acontaining or holding as much or as many as possible; having no empty space
Abounding_withgilded.acovered in a thin layer of gold
Abounding_withglazed.acovered with a glaze
Abounding_withheaped.aloaded copiously
Abounding_withhung.acovered or adorned with hanging objects
Abounding_withinjected.afilled by means of injection
Abounding_withjammed.aover-crowded
Abounding_withjostling.abeing full of people or objects pushing against each other
Abounding_withlacquered.acovered in lacquer
Abounding_withlined.ahaving its interior covered with a layer of different material
Abounding_withornamented.acovered in ornamental objects
Abounding_withovercrowded.aextremely full
Abounding_withoverfilled.atoo full
Abounding_withpainted.acovered with paint
Abounding_withpanelled.acovered in panels
Abounding_withpaved.acovered with stones or asphalt
Abounding_withplastered.acovered in plaster or otherwise completely covered
lexunits grouped by frame
SELECT frame,GROUP_CONCAT(lexunit) FROM fnlexunits LEFT JOIN fnframes USING (frameid) GROUP BY frame ORDER BY frame,lexunit LIMIT 50
frameGROUP_CONCAT(lexunit)
Abandonmentabandonment.n,abandoned.a,abandon.v,leave.v,forget.v
Abounding_withvarnished.a,coated.a,dotted.a,teeming.a,dabbed.a,drizzled.a,buttered.a,plastered.a,smeared.a,strewn.a,splattered.a,stuffed.a,tiled.a,heaped.a,crammed.a,sprinkled.a,injected.a,draped.a,brimming.a,replete.a,chock-full.a,chock-a-block.a,dusted.a,surfaced.a,wallpapered.a,overcrowded.a,overfilled.a,filled.a,full.a,adorned.a,asphalted.a,brushed.a,hung.a,jammed.a,paved.a,festooned.a,decked.a,bedecked.a,bejewelled.a,bespattered.a,spattered.a,decorated.a,studded.a,lined.a,ornamented.a,painted.a,lacquered.a,glazed.a,gilded.a,embellished.a,panelled.a,rife.a,teem.v,crawling.a,crawl.v,throng.v,thronged.a,crowded.a,swarming.a,swarm.v,jostling.a,covered.a,blanketed.a,cloaked.a,thronging.a
Absorb_heatscorch.v,sear.v,singe.v,sizzle.v,fry.v,bake.v,simmer.v,cook.v,stew.v,boil.v
Abundanceabundant.a,abound.v,teem.v,galore.a
Abusingabuse.n,abuse.v,abusive.a,batter.v,domestic violence.n,maltreat.v,maltreatment.n
Accompanimentwith.prep,along with.prep,together with.prep
Accomplishmentaccomplish.v,achieve.v,accomplishment.n,achievement.n,bring about.v
Accoutrementsgas mask.n,regalia.n,spectacles.n,hat.n,hat-pin.n,cap.n,bonnet.n,mask.n,bandanna.n,headband.n,hairpiece.n,fez.n,skullcap.n,top-hat.n,accoutrement.n,yarmulkah.n,balaclava.n,beret.n,biretta.n,boater.n,bowler.n,nightcap.n,panama.n,sombrero.n,trilby.n,turban.n,shako.n,veil.n,headdress.n,headpiece.n,belt.n,trinket.n,anklet.n,ring.n,earring.n,jewellery.n,necklace.n,bangle.n,bracelet.n,coronet.n,crown.n,brooch.n,tiara.n,circlet.n,diadem.n,chain.n,locket.n,pendant.n,wig.n,toupee.n,cufflink.n,glasses.n,sporran.n,snood.n,hairnet.n,hairslide.n,hairpin.n,hairband.n,hairgrip.n,sash.n,watch.n,medal.n,medallion.n,ribbon.n,badge.n,armband.n,armlet.n,goggles.n,choker.n,mitre.n,helm.n,helmet.n,gorget.n,greaves.n,coif.n,hauberk.n,mantle.n
Accuracyaccurate.a,on.prep,off.prep,inaccurate.a,accuracy.n,inaccuracy.n,exact.a,precise.a,precision.n,accurately.adv,inaccurately.adv
Achieving_firstdiscover.v,coin.v,coinage.n,discovery.n,discoverer.n,originator.n,inventor.n,invention.n,pioneer.n,pioneering.a,originate.v,pioneer.v,invent.v
Active_substancebioactive.a,causative agent.n,irritant.n,incapacitant.n,agent.n,active.a
Activity_done_statethrough.a,done.a,finished.a
Activity_finishcompletion.n,tie up.v,wrap up.v,finish.v,conclude.v,complete.v
Activity_ongoingmaintenance.n,keep on.v,keep up.v,keep.v,continue.v,carry on.v
Activity_pausepause.n,freeze.v,freeze.n,moratorium.n,suspend.v,take break.v
Activity_preparegear_up.v,fix.v,preparation.n,prepare.v,get ready.v,ready.v
Activity_ready_stateready.a,prepared.a,set.a
Activity_resumerenew.v,resume.v,restart.v
Activity_startswing_(into).v,initiate.v,commence.v,start.v,begin.v,take_up.v,beginner.n,neophyte.n,enter.v,launch_(into).v
Activity_stopterminate.v,abandon.v,quit.v,stop.v,halt.v,discontinue.v,cease.v
Actually_occurring_entityactual.a
Addictioncompulsive.a,fiend.n,habit.n,junkie.n,alcoholic.n,alcoholism.n,hooked.a,addict.n,addicted.a,addiction.n
Adding_uptotal.v,add up.v,tally.v
Adducingadduce.v,cite.v,point (to).v,name.v
Adjustingadjust.v,adjustment.n,tweak.v,tweak.n,calibrate.v,calibration.n
Adopt_selectionadopt.v,assume.v,embrace.v
Adorninggarnish.v,encrust.v,stud.v,dot.v,film.v,line.v,pave.v,wreathe.v,adorn.v,blanket.v,cloak.v,coat.v,cover.v,deck.v,decorate.v,encircle.v,envelop.v,festoon.v,fill.v
Aestheticselegant.a,beautiful.a,lovely.a,fair.a,handsome.a,smart.a,ugly.a,tasty.a
Agenew.a,fresh.a,old.a,ancient.a,young.a,youngish.a,oldish.a,of.prep,maturity.n,age.n
Aggregateband.n,bevy.n,circle.n,coterie.n,family.n,clutch.n,corps.n,set.n,multiplicity.n,package.n,shoal.n,school.n,covey.n,crop.n,mob.n,harem.n,horde.n,stand.n,repertoire.n,posse.n,huddle.n,claque.n,repertory.n,population.n,slew.n,quartet.n,quintet.n,trio.n,sextet.n,body.n,flotilla.n,tribe.n,passel.n,community.n,clump.n,army.n,colony.n,brood.n,bunch.n,group.n,cluster.n,herd.n,squad.n,pack.n,swarm.n,host.n,collection.n,gaggle.n,flock.n,team.n,batch.n,party.n,cohort.n,legion.n,heap.n,class.n,clique.n,crew.n,assembly.n,variety.n,crowd.n,assortment.n,gang.n,throng.n,multitude.n,assemblage.n
Agingaging.a,age.v,mature.v
Agree_or_refuse_to_actrefuse.v,decline.v,refusal.n,agree.v
Agriculturecultivate.v,farming.n,farm.v
Aimingaim.v,target.v,aim.n,target.n,direct.v
Alliancealliance.n,coalition.n
Altered_phasesolidified.a,thawed.a,melted.a,liquefied.a,frozen.a,defrosted.a
Amalgamationband_together.v,come together.v,merger.n,amalgamate.v,blend.v,meld.v,merge.v,unify.v,unite.v,combine.v,commingle.v,fuse.v,intermix.v
Amassingamass.v,accumulate.v,stockpile.v,hoard.v
Ambient_temperaturecool.a,cold.a,hot.a,warm.a,scorcher.n,freezing.a,cold.n,chilly.a,temperature.n
Ammunitionammunition.n,ammo.n,ordnance.n,round.n,munitions.n,bullet.n
Amounting_tototal.a,number.v,total.v,amount.v,total.n,tally.n
Annoyanceannoyed.a,irritated.a,frustrated.a
Appealappeal.n,appeal.v,appellate.a,appellant.n
Appearanceappear.v,feel.v,look.v,reek.v,seem.v,smell.v,sound.v,stink.v,taste.v
Appellationsofficer.n,general.n,captain.n
Apply_heatsinge.v,sear.v,barbecue.v,deep fry.v,fry.v,grill.v,roast.v,boil.v,simmer.v,braise.v,blanch.v,brown.v,broil.v,parboil.v,coddle.v,scald.v,stew.v,char.v,poach.v,steep.v,toast.v,saute.v,microwave.v,steam.v,cook.v,bake.v,plank.v
Appointingaccredit.v,appoint.v,accredited.a,designate.v,finger.v,tap.v,name.v
Architectural_partfoundation.n,ceiling.n,mantel.n,roof.n,rail.n,wall.n,fireplace.n,floor.n,flight.n,landing.n,counter.n,facade.n
Arraignmentarraign.v,arraignment.n
Arrangingdeploy.v,deployment.n,format.v,set up.v,arrange.v,arrangement.n,array.v,order.v,justify.v
lexunits for frame
SELECT frame,lexunit,ludefinition FROM fnlexunits LEFT JOIN fnframes USING (frameid) WHERE frame = 'Activity_pause' ORDER BY lexunit
framelexunitludefinition
Activity_pausefreeze.nan act of freezing
Activity_pausefreeze.vkeep or stop at a fixed level or in a fixed state
Activity_pausemoratorium.na temporary prohibition of an activity
Activity_pausepause.na temporary stop in action or speech
Activity_pausesuspend.vhalt temporarily
Activity_pausetake break.vinterrupt continuity
frame for lexunit
SELECT lexunit,ludefinition,frame FROM fnlexunits LEFT JOIN fnframes USING (frameid) WHERE lexunit LIKE 'freeze.%' ORDER BY frame
lexunitludefinitionframe
freeze.vkeep or stop at a fixed level or in a fixed stateActivity_pause
freeze.nan act of freezingActivity_pause
freeze.vturn into ice or another solid as a result of extreme coldCause_change_of_phase
freeze.v(with reference to a liquid) turn or be turned into ice or another solid as a result of extreme coldChange_of_phase
multiple lexunit
SELECT * FROM fnlexemes LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) WHERE lexunit LIKE 'target.n'
luidfnwordidlexemeidposidbreakbeforeheadwordlexemeidxwordidwordframeidlexunitposidludefinitionludictstatusidtotalannotatedincorporatedfeidincorporatedfetypeidnoccurs
1411428343755100130481target1901target.n1a person, object, or place selected as the aim of an attackO301131910521
8053283411342100130481target513target.n1an objective or result towards which efforts are directedO4251
lexemes
lexunit like "bring*"
SELECT lexunit,ludefinition,ludict FROM fnlexunits WHERE lexunit LIKE 'bring%' ORDER BY lexunit
lexunitludefinitionludict
bring about.vCause goal to be accomplishedF
bring about.vcause something to happenO
bring in.vremove and amass ready crops from where they growF
bring on.vlead toF
bring to mind.vevokeF
bring together.vcause to come togetherF
bring.vcause to be in a particular state or conditionO
bring.vcarry or accompany to a placeO
bring_about.vcause something to happenO
bring_forth.vgive birth to somethingO
bring_together.vjoin two or more itemsF
lexunit "bring to mind.v"
SELECT lexunit,p.pos,lexemeidx,word,pl.pos,headword,breakbefore FROM fnlexunits AS lu LEFT JOIN fnlexemes AS l USING (luid) LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnposes AS p ON (lu.posid = p.posid) LEFT JOIN fnposes AS pl ON (l.posid = pl.posid) WHERE lexunit = 'bring to mind.v' ORDER BY lexemeidx
lexunitposlexemeidxwordposheadwordbreakbefore
bring to mind.vV1bringV10
bring to mind.vV2toPREP01
bring to mind.vV3mindN01
lexunits containing lexeme "bring"
SELECT frame,lexunit,ludefinition,p.pos,lexemeidx,word,pl.pos,headword,breakbefore FROM fnlexunits AS lu LEFT JOIN fnlexemes AS l USING (luid) LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnposes AS p ON (lu.posid = p.posid) LEFT JOIN fnposes AS pl ON (l.posid = pl.posid) LEFT JOIN fnframes USING (frameid) WHERE word = 'bring' ORDER BY lexemeidx
framelexunitludefinitionposlexemeidxwordposheadwordbreakbefore
Bringingbring.vcarry or accompany to a placeVbringV00
Causationbring.vcause to be in a particular state or conditionVbringV00
Cause_to_startbring about.vcause something to happenV1bringV10
Gathering_upbring together.vcause to come togetherV1bringV10
Food_gatheringbring in.vremove and amass ready crops from where they growV1bringV10
Accomplishmentbring about.vCause goal to be accomplishedV1bringV10
Cause_to_amalgamatebring_together.vjoin two or more itemsV1bringV10
Causationbring on.vlead toV1bringV10
Birthbring_forth.vgive birth to somethingV1bringV10
Causationbring_about.vcause something to happenV1bringV10
Evokingbring to mind.vevokeV1bringV10
lexemes that make up a lexunit
SELECT word FROM fnlexemes LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) WHERE lexemeidx IS NULL LIMIT 20
word
copy
throw
on
depend
count
count
reliance
clear
law
code
protocol
located
situated
lie
stand
practice
drain
practice
practice
rehearse
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM fnlexemes WHERE lexemeidx IS NULL
COUNT(*)
11155
lexemes that are contained in multi-lexeme lexunits
SELECT word FROM fnlexemes LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) WHERE lexemeidx IS NOT NULL LIMIT 20
word
get
back
perk
up
spring
chicken
New
Yorker
go
apeshit
move
up
act
up
take
over
out
of
bring
to
SELECT COUNT(*) FROM fnlexemes WHERE lexemeidx IS NOT NULL
COUNT(*)
1472
break lexunit in lexemes
SELECT * FROM fnlexemes LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) WHERE lexunit LIKE 'get_back%'
luidfnwordidlexemeidposidbreakbeforeheadwordlexemeidxwordidwordframeidlexunitposidludefinitionludictstatusidtotalannotatedincorporatedfeidincorporatedfetypeidnoccurs
1000355201157483get347get_back_((at)).v2take revenge onO461
1000366410210602back347get_back_((at)).v2take revenge onO461
SELECT * FROM fnlexemes LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) WHERE lexunit LIKE 'bring to mind%'
luidfnwordidlexemeidposidbreakbeforeheadwordlexemeidxwordidwordframeidlexunitposidludefinitionludictstatusidtotalannotatedincorporatedfeidincorporatedfetypeidnoccurs
10193149171201117391bring1012bring to mind.v2evokeF301
101932661726102to1012bring to mind.v2evokeF301
10193267173110385177mind1012bring to mind.v2evokeF301
lexemes per position index
SELECT lexemeidx, COUNT(*) FROM fnlexemes GROUP BY lexemeidx
lexemeidxCOUNT(*)
11155
1677
2671
395
425
54
breakbefore lexemes
SELECT word,lexunit FROM fnlexemes LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) WHERE breakbefore LIMIT 20
wordlexunit
backget_back_((at)).v
upperk up.v
overtake over.v
tobring to mind.v
mindbring to mind.v
tocall to mind.v
mindcall to mind.v
input in mind_(of).v
haltto a halt.prep
bethere be.v
backmove back.v
oncome on heels.v
heelscome on heels.v
eyespull the wool over (someone's) eyes.v
acquaintancemake (someone's) acquaintance.v
awayput away.v
upsend up.v
onsign on.v
onhire on.v
totake to task.v
breakbefore lexeme count
SELECT breakbefore, COUNT(*) FROM fnlexemes GROUP BY breakbefore
breakbeforeCOUNT(*)
012364
1263
headword count
SELECT headword, COUNT(*) FROM fnlexemes GROUP BY headword
headwordCOUNT(*)
011975
1652
lexunit (with frames) containing word
SELECT lexunit,ludefinition,ludict,p.pos,pl.pos,breakbefore,headword,frame FROM fnwords LEFT JOIN fnlexemes AS l USING (fnwordid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits AS lu USING (luid) LEFT JOIN fnposes AS p ON (lu.posid = p.posid) LEFT JOIN fnposes AS pl ON (l.posid = pl.posid) LEFT JOIN fnframes USING (frameid) WHERE word = 'bring'
lexunitludefinitionludictposposbreakbeforeheadwordframe
bring to mind.vevokeFVV01Evoking
bring_about.vcause something to happenOVV01Causation
bring_forth.vgive birth to somethingOVV01Birth
bring.vcause to be in a particular state or conditionOVV00Causation
bring on.vlead toFVV01Causation
bring_together.vjoin two or more itemsFVV01Cause_to_amalgamate
bring about.vCause goal to be accomplishedFVV01Accomplishment
bring in.vremove and amass ready crops from where they growFVV01Food_gathering
bring together.vcause to come togetherFVV01Gathering_up
bring about.vcause something to happenOVV01Cause_to_start
bring.vcarry or accompany to a placeOVV00Bringing
governors
governor types
SELECT DISTINCT governortype FROM fngovernors
governortype
Sup
Ctrlr
Gov
governor for lexunit
SELECT word AS governor,lexunit,governortype FROM fngovernors LEFT JOIN fnlexunits_governors USING (governorid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) ORDER BY lexunit,governor LIMIT 20
governorlexunitgovernortype
havea bastard.nSup
havea piece of cake.nSup
lookabashed.aSup
overcomeabhorrence.nGov
showabhorrence.nGov
withabhorrence.nSup
becomeabsent-minded.aSup
feelabsurd.aSup
lookabsurd.aSup
seeabsurd.aSup
attractabundance.nGov
bearabundance.nGov
boastabundance.nGov
findabundance.nGov
produceabundance.nGov
becomeabusive.aCtrlr
getabusive.aCtrlr
provideaccessible.aCtrlr
earnacclaim.nSup
gainacclaim.nSup
governors for lexunit
SELECT word AS governor,lexunit FROM fngovernors LEFT JOIN fnlexunits_governors USING (governorid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) WHERE lexunit = 'gossip.n' ORDER BY word
governorlexunit
havegossip.n
recountgossip.n
tellgossip.n
tradegossip.n
governor governing multiple lexical units
SELECT word AS governor,GROUP_CONCAT(lexunit) FROM fngovernors LEFT JOIN fnlexunits_governors USING (governorid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) GROUP BY wordid HAVING COUNT(*) > 1 ORDER BY governor LIMIT 20
governorGROUP_CONCAT(lexunit)
abandonhope.n,atoll.n,effort.n,car.n
absorbquantity.n,repertory.n,number.n
acceptsympathy.n,work.n,resignation.n,mug.n,compliment.n,job.n,communion.n,gift.n,extradition.n,clemency.n
accessmotorway.n,downer.n,solarium.n
accommodateharem.n,myriad.n
accusetheft.n,murder.n,burglary.n,arson.n,child abuse.n,arson.n,treason.n
achievebarrel.n,gains.n,victory.n,palliation.n,fame.n,quantity.n,kind.n,mastery.n,measure.n,ambition.n
acquirebarony.n,proficiency.n,buyer.n,bow.n,acre.n,modicum.n,ballistic missile.n,property.n,theatre.n,significance.n
acrossstreet.n,swampland.n,beck.n
actgaggle.n,individual.n,commandant.n,collusion.n
addbathroom.n,collection.n,wing.n,oil.n,office.n,sauce.n,tablespoon.n,sweetener.n,bottle.n,vinegar.n,tassel.n,amount.n,dining room.n,mayonnaise.n,total.n,ballroom.n,wave.n,spice.n,basil.n,insult.n,herb.n,kitchen.n,lobby.n,host.n,studio.n,cup.n,room.n,packet.n,teaspoonful.n,touch.n,spoonful.n,honey.n,lift.n,bedroom.n,scullery.n,dressing.n,comment.n,milk.n,nut.n,porch.n,chapel.n,glass.n,pound.n,pepper.n,teaspoon.n,workshop.n,chamber.n,sugar.n
addictnicotine.n,tranquillizer.n
addressset.n,envelope.n,cause.n
adjustbrim.n,backpack.n,goggles.n,hat-pin.n,veil.n,belt.n,glasses.n,spectacles.n
administertranquillizer.n,unction.n,sacrament.n
admirepond.n,shoal.n
admitindecent assault.n,stay.n,theft.n,charge.n,burglary.n,arson.n
adoptpigtail.n,hairstyle.n,boy.n,neutral.a,misnomer.n,degree.n,package.n
adornhill.n,yard.n
affectfrown.n,mire.n,bog.n,multitude.n,cannabis.n,child.n
multiply governed lexical units
SELECT GROUP_CONCAT(word) AS governors, lexunit FROM fngovernors LEFT JOIN fnlexunits_governors USING (governorid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits USING (luid) LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) GROUP BY luid HAVING COUNT(*) > 1 ORDER BY lexunit LIMIT 20
governorslexunit
with,overcome,showabhorrence.n
feel,look,seeabsurd.a
attract,bear,boast,find,produceabundance.n
become,getabusive.a
earn,gain,receive,to,winacclaim.n
receive,award,earnaccolade.n
take,do,dropacid.n
make,financeacquisition_((act)).n
secure,upholdacquittal.n
own,destroy,save,disappear,set,lease,stand,lie,acquire,surround,list,buy,need,consistacre.n
build,visitacropolis.n
engage,suspend,inquest,perform,take place,integrate,undertake,understand,interruption,co-ordinate,keep up,convict,record,counter,study,extendactivity.n
finance,hide,kick,overcome,become,suffer,have,developaddiction.n
deliver,give,makeaddress.n
check,evaluateadequacy.n
fix,scrape,apply,seal,bond,secure,coat,set,dry,use,filladhesive.n
make,take place,allow,giveadjustment.n
draft,heedadmonishment.n
with,lookadoration.n
become,supervise,impose,accumulate,teach,learn,allow,treat,live,experience,try,pay,face,understand,saw,have,suffer,helpadult.n
examples
governors for lexunit "gossip.n" with examples
SELECT word AS governor,lexunit,`text` FROM fngovernors LEFT JOIN fngovernors_annosets USING (governorid) LEFT JOIN fnannosets USING (annosetid) LEFT JOIN fnsentences USING (sentenceid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits_governors AS fg USING (governorid) LEFT JOIN fnlexunits AS lu ON (fg.luid = lu.luid) LEFT JOIN fnwords USING (fnwordid) WHERE lexunit = 'gossip.n' ORDER BY word
governorlexunittext
havegossip.nFather Devine went on to speak of his admiration for Shakespeare , but had no fresh gossip about the Bard .
recountgossip.nHe was off-hand with her , even when she recounted the gossip about Meredith being thrown out of his lodgings .
tellgossip.nI 'll tell them malicious gossip about the rest of the club and I 'll become a kind of mascot .
tradegossip.nThe locals are already trading gossip about the hundreds of youngsters packing the beach .
governors for lexunit "acclaim.n" with examples
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earnacclaim.nAnd there were further revisions against France and then New Zealand , games where Canada finished behind on points but earned widespread acclaim for their performances against two of the world 's leading powers .
gainacclaim.nThe extra funds will be used to appoint a professor of advanced material at the centre which has gained international acclaim for its applied research .
receiveacclaim.nOften described as a ` songwriter 's songwriter " , all six of his solo albums have received critical acclaim at home and abroad .
receiveacclaim.nFranco appeared on the balcony to receive the acclaim of his supporters .
toacclaim.nMr Bowman is still singing both parts , to much acclaim .
winacclaim.nScotland has already phased out its only Magnox plant which occupied part of the Hunterston site and won acclaim as the world 's most efficient nuclear reactor when it was operating .
winacclaim.nAmy Tan won huge critical acclaim for her first novel , The Joy Luck Club , an unforgettable tale of joy and heartbreak in the lives of Chinese Americans .
winacclaim.nThe move has won acclaim from planners and developers in the capital and envy from property professionals elsewhere in the country , including the NorthEast .
winacclaim.nMcBride won world acclaim in 1961 by first suggesting the widely-used sedative Thalidomide , marketed in the 1950s as a cure for morning sickness , was linked with horrific deformities in the babies of mothers who used it .
winacclaim.nPivotal role : Emma Thompson has already won the acclaim of the critics for her part in Howard 's End and is a firm favourite to win a coveted Academy Award
winacclaim.nThe talented singer has won acclaim for speaking out against injustice with hard-hitting songs like Biko and Shock The Monkey .
winacclaim.nIn several respects , though , the fate of Black Fury had confirmed basic Warner Bros notions and they continued to pick up ideas for movies from the daily papers , they went on believing that social melodrama could be profitable , and they had been given further evidence that Muni could win acclaim by projecting himself as a hard-done-by but eventually triumphant saint .
winacclaim.nPope John Paul the second has won wide acclaim from outside his own Church for his firm leadership style .