Etymology
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scandalise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of scandalize. For suffix, see -ize. Related: Scandalised; scandalising.
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show-place (n.)
one much-visited for beauty or fineness, 1794, from show (v.) + place (n.).
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splendour (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of splendor; for ending see -or. Related: Splendourous; splendourously.
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Barney 
masc. proper name, short for Barnaby (attested from 14c.; see Barnabas) or Barnard.
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boat-house (n.)
"shed for storing boats and protecting them from weather," 1722, from boat (n.) + house (n.).
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camp-ground (n.)
also campground, "place for camping," 1806, from camp (n.) or (v.) + ground (n.).
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capsulise (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of capsulize. For suffix, see -ize. Related: Capsulised; capsulising.
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counterstroke (n.)

"a blow given in return for one received," 1590s; see counter- + stroke (n.).

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drinkable (adj.)

"fit or suitable for drinking," mid-15c., from drink (v.) + -able. Related: Drinkability.

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moon-dial (n.)

"dial for showing the hours by the light of the moon," 1680s, from moon (n.) + dial (n.).

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