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adj.1. daily: a quotidian report.2. ordinary; everyday.3. recurring daily: quotidian fever.n.4. something recurring daily.5. a quotidian fever or ague. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
NOUNthe side of a coin or medal bearing the head or principal design.
the opposite or counterpart of a fact or truth. Cite: http://www.freedictionary.com
v.To keep oneself from doing something; hold back; refrain: forbear from making a comment.2. To be tolerant or patient in the face of provocation.v.tr.1. To refrain from; resist: forbore criticizing them.2. To restrain oneself so as not (to do something): “He saw that she was preoccupied, and forbore to question her”(Thomas Hardy).CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
a window that projects vertically from a sloping roof. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
CITE: West’s Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
The term wanton implies a reckless disregard for the consequences of one’s behavior. A wanton act is one done in heedless disregard for the life, limbs, health, safety, reputation, or property rights of another individual. Such an act is more than Negligence or gross negligence; it is equivalent in its results to an act of willful misconduct. A wanton injury is one precipitated by a conscious and intentional wrongful act or by an omission of a known obligation with reckless indifference to potential harmful consequences.
A to-do or fuss: CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
(kə-pĭch′ə-lāt′) To surrender under specified conditions: The garrison capitulated after the bombardment.2. To give up all resistance; acquiesce: capitulate to the pressure of public opinion. Cite: http://www.freedictionary.com