Etymology
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systematise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of systematize; for suffix, see -ize. Related: Systematised; systematising; systematisation.
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symbolise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of symbolize. For suffix, see -ize. Related: Symbolised; symbolising; symbolisation.
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terrorise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of terrorize (q.v.); for suffix, see -ize. Related: Terrorised; terrorising.
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fancier (n.)
"one with a special taste or aptitude (for something)," 1765, agent noun from fancy (v.).
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privatise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of privatize (q.v.); for suffix, see -ize. Related: Privatised; privatisation.
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leather-back (n.)
soft-shelled sea-turtle, 1855, from leather + back (n.). So called for its color.
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apostatise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of apostatize (q.v.); for suffix, see -ize. Related: Apostatised; apostatising.
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Calabria 
region of southern Italy, named for a people who once lived there. Related: Calabrian; Calabrese.
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Hiram 
masc. proper name, from Phoenician/Hebrew Hiram, perhaps short for Ahiram, literally "brother of the lofty."
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schoolroom (n.)

also school-room, "room for teaching," by 1708, from school (n.1) + room (n.).

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