founder definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • To sink below the surface for the water: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To cave-in; sink: The platform swayed and foundered.
    • To fail entirely; collapse: a marriage that quickly foundered.
    • To stumble, specifically to stumble and go lame. Applied of ponies.
    • In order to become sick from overeating. Used of livestock.
    • becoming suffering from laminitis. Used of ponies.
    • to be full of water, and sink, as a ship.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To sink underneath the surface of this liquid: The ship struck a reef and foundered.
    • To cave in; sink: The platform swayed after which foundered.
    • To fail utterly; failure: a married relationship that shortly foundered.
    • To stumble, specifically to stumble and go lame. Used of ponies.
    • To become sick from overeating. Used of livestock.
    • To be afflicted with laminitis. Applied of horses.
    • To become filled up with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To sink underneath the surface of this water: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To cave-in; sink: The platform swayed and then foundered.
    • To fail entirely; failure: a wedding that quickly foundered.
    • To stumble, specifically to stumble and get lame. Applied of ponies.
    • In order to become ill from overeating. Applied of livestock.
    • becoming suffering from laminitis. Used of ponies.
    • To sink underneath the area of this water: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To cave-in; sink: the working platform swayed after which foundered.
    • To sink below the surface of this water: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To fail entirely; failure: a wedding that quickly foundered.
    • To cave-in; sink: the working platform swayed then foundered.
    • To stumble, particularly to stumble and go lame. Used of horses.
    • to be sick from overeating. Used of livestock.
    • To fail utterly; failure: a marriage that soon foundered.
    • To stumble, specially to stumble and go lame. Used of ponies.
    • becoming suffering from laminitis. Used of horses.
    • To sink underneath the area of this water: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • to be ill from overeating. Applied of livestock.
    • To sink below the surface of this liquid: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To cave-in; sink: The platform swayed and foundered.
    • become suffering from laminitis. Used of ponies.
    • To fail entirely; collapse: a wedding that shortly foundered.
    • To sink underneath the area for the water: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To cave in; sink: The platform swayed and then foundered.
    • To stumble, especially to stumble and get lame. Used of horses.
    • To sink underneath the area of this liquid: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To cave-in; sink: the working platform swayed and foundered.
    • To fail utterly; failure: a marriage that soon foundered.
    • to be sick from overeating. Applied of livestock.
    • To fail utterly; failure: a marriage that soon foundered.
    • To cave in; sink: The platform swayed after which foundered.
    • To become filled up with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • To be afflicted with laminitis. Used of horses.
    • To stumble, specially to stumble and go lame. Applied of horses.
    • To sink underneath the area for the water: The ship struck a reef and foundered.
    • To fail utterly; failure: a marriage that quickly foundered.
    • To stumble, specifically to stumble and go lame. Used of horses.
    • to be ill from overeating. Used of livestock.
    • To cave-in; sink: the working platform swayed after which foundered.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • In order to become ill from overeating. Used of livestock.
    • To stumble, especially to stumble and get lame. Used of ponies.
    • To sink below the area regarding the liquid: The ship struck a reef and foundered.
    • To sink below the surface for the liquid: The ship struck a reef and foundered.
    • To fail entirely; failure: a marriage that quickly foundered.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • become suffering from laminitis. Used of horses.
    • to be sick from overeating. Applied of livestock.
    • become suffering from laminitis. Applied of horses.
    • To cave in; sink: the working platform swayed and foundered.
    • To cave in; sink: the working platform swayed and then foundered.
    • To fail entirely; collapse: a married relationship that soon foundered.
    • To stumble, especially to stumble and go lame. Used of horses.
    • To sink underneath the area associated with water: The ship hit a reef and foundered.
    • To be afflicted with laminitis. Applied of ponies.
    • To fail utterly; failure: a wedding that shortly foundered.
    • To become sick from overeating. Applied of livestock.
    • To stumble, specifically to stumble and go lame. Used of ponies.
    • To stumble, specifically to stumble and go lame. Applied of horses.
    • To sink below the surface associated with the water: The ship struck a reef and foundered.
    • To cave-in; sink: The platform swayed then foundered.
    • to be ill from overeating. Used of livestock.
    • to be ill from overeating. Used of livestock.
    • becoming afflicted with laminitis. Applied of ponies.
    • to-be afflicted with laminitis. Used of ponies.
    • To fail entirely; failure: a marriage that soon foundered.
    • In order to become filled with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • become afflicted with laminitis. Used of ponies.
    • To stumble, specially to stumble and go lame. Applied of ponies.
    • To cave in; sink: the working platform swayed after which foundered.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • In order to become filled up with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • To fail entirely; failure: a wedding that soon foundered.
    • to be sick from overeating. Applied of livestock.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To be afflicted with laminitis. Applied of ponies.
    • To stumble, especially to stumble and get lame. Applied of horses.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • In order to become sick from overeating. Applied of livestock.
    • become suffering from laminitis. Applied of horses.
    • In order to become filled up with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • To become full of liquid, and sink, as a ship.
    • to-fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To become filled up with liquid, and sink, as a ship.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To become full of liquid, and sink, as a ship.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • to-fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To become filled up with liquid, and sink, as a ship.
    • To become filled with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • to-fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • In order to become filled with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • In order to become filled with liquid, and sink, as a ship.
    • to-fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • to be filled up with water, and sink, as a ship.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To cause to creator.
    • resulting in inner swelling and discomfort when you look at the legs or limbs of (a horse), so as to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in to creator.
    • To cause internal swelling and discomfort into the feet or limbs of (a horse), so as to disable or lame him.
    • To cause to president.
    • resulting in to founder.
    • resulting in to creator.
    • resulting in to president.
    • resulting in interior irritation and soreness when you look at the legs or limbs of (a horse), in order to disable or lame him.
    • To cause to founder.
    • To cause to president.
    • resulting in to founder.
    • resulting in to founder.
    • resulting in to founder.
    • To cause to creator.
    • To cause internal swelling and soreness within the feet or limbs of (a horse), so as to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in to founder.
    • resulting in interior inflammation and tenderness when you look at the foot or limbs of (a horse), so as to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in to creator.
    • To cause internal irritation and tenderness within the foot or limbs of (a horse), to be able to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in interior infection and discomfort within the feet or limbs of (a horse), so as to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in inner inflammation and pain within the feet or limbs of (a horse), in order to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in interior swelling and soreness in the feet or limbs of (a horse), to be able to disable or lame him.
    • To cause inner infection and pain when you look at the foot or limbs of (a horse), in order to disable or lame him.
    • To cause interior infection and pain into the legs or limbs of (a horse), in order to disable or lame him.
    • To cause internal infection and pain when you look at the legs or limbs of (a horse), in order to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in inner swelling and tenderness into the feet or limbs of (a horse), in order to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in interior inflammation and pain in legs or limbs of (a horse), to be able to disable or lame him.
  • noun:
    • See laminitis.
    • a person who establishes one thing or formulates the foundation for something: the creator of a university; the creators of a unique nation.
    • a person who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom something originates; one who endows.
    • some body for whoever parents you've got no data.
    • The iron worker in charge of the blast-furnace additionally the smelting procedure.
    • One who founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from whom something originates; person who endows.
    • One who founds; one that casts metals in various types; a caster.
    • A lameness within the base of a horse, occasioned by irritation; closh.
    • An inflammatory temperature of human body, or severe rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • person who founds or establishes.
    • An originator; one from who everything derives its beginning; an author: as, the founder of a sect of philosophers; the president of a household.
    • person who establishes by endowment; one who provides a permanent fund for any purpose: as, the founder of a college or medical center.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • a person who founds metals, or articles of material or glass (the materials which is known as steel); a caster: since, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • In farriery, lameness due to swelling inside the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also called closh.
    • See laminitis.
    • one that establishes something or formulates the foundation for one thing: the president of a university; the creators of a nation.
    • infection for the laminated tissue that connects the hoof to your base of a horse
    • a person who founds, establishes, and erects; person who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom one thing originates; a person who endows.
    • some body for whoever moms and dads you've got no data.
    • The metal employee responsible for the blast-furnace while the smelting procedure.
    • an employee just who tends to make metal castings
    • a person who founds or establishes some institution
    • One who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from who something originates; one that endows.
    • One who founds; one that casts metals in various forms; a caster.
    • A lameness in the base of a horse, occasioned by inflammation; closh.
    • An inflammatory temperature of the human anatomy, or acute rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • One who founds or establishes.
    • An originator; one from whom such a thing derives its beginning; an author: as, the creator of a sect of philosophers; the creator of a household.
    • person who establishes by endowment; one that provides a permanent fund for just about any purpose: as, the creator of a college or hospital.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • person who founds metals, or articles of steel or cup (the materials which is called metal); a caster: because, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • In farriery, lameness due to swelling inside the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also known as closh.
    • infection for the laminated tissue that attaches the hoof on foot of a horse
    • an employee just who tends to make metal castings
    • a person who founds or establishes some organization
    • See laminitis.
    • one that establishes something or formulates the foundation for anything: the founder of a university; the founders of an innovative new country.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from who something originates; person who endows.
    • some body for whose parents one has no information.
    • The metal worker in charge of the blast-furnace therefore the smelting procedure.
    • See laminitis.
    • person who establishes something or formulates the basis for anything: the founder of a university; the founders of a nation.
    • See laminitis.
    • one that founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from who everything originates; a person who endows.
    • one that establishes one thing or formulates the foundation for anything: the president of a university; the founders of a brand new nation.
    • person who founds; one that casts metals in several kinds; a caster.
    • a person who founds, establishes, and erects; a person who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom something originates; one that endows.
    • some one for whoever parents you've got no information.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; person who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom anything originates; a person who endows.
    • The iron employee in control of the blast-furnace as well as the smelting procedure.
    • some body for whose moms and dads one has no information.
    • The metal employee in control of the blast-furnace together with smelting procedure.
    • See laminitis.
    • A lameness into the base of a horse, occasioned by inflammation; closh.
    • a person who establishes one thing or formulates the foundation for anything: the president of a university; the founders of a brand new country.
    • See laminitis.
    • See laminitis.
    • An inflammatory temperature associated with the body, or severe rheumatism. See chest ffounder.
    • a person who founds, establishes, and erects; a person who lays a foundation; an author; one from who anything originates; a person who endows.
    • a person who establishes some thing or formulates the foundation for one thing: the founder of a university; the creators of a new nation.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from who something originates; one that endows.
    • One who establishes some thing or formulates the foundation for something: the president of a university; the founders of an innovative new nation.
    • See laminitis.
    • Someone for whose moms and dads one has no information.
    • one that founds, establishes, and erects; person who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom some thing originates; person who endows.
    • a person who founds or establishes.
    • one that founds; a person who casts metals in various kinds; a caster.
    • one that founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from who one thing originates; one that endows.
    • one that founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom everything originates; one who endows.
    • a person who establishes some thing or formulates the basis for anything: the founder of a university; the founders of a brand new nation.
    • some one for whose moms and dads you have no data.
    • An originator; one from whom everything derives its beginning; an author: as, the founder of a sect of philosophers; the founder of a family.
    • The iron employee in control of the blast furnace and the smelting operation.
    • some body for whoever parents you've got no information.
    • one that founds; one that casts metals in a variety of kinds; a caster.
    • one that founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from whom some thing originates; one that endows.
    • The metal worker in control of the blast-furnace together with smelting operation.
    • one that establishes by endowment; person who provides a permanent investment for purpose: as, the founder of a college or medical center.
    • The iron worker in charge of the blast-furnace and also the smelting operation.
    • See laminitis.
    • See laminitis.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • See laminitis.
    • One who establishes something or formulates the basis for anything: the president of a university; the creators of a brand new nation.
    • some body for whoever moms and dads one has no information.
    • One who establishes anything or formulates the cornerstone for something: the president of a university; the creators of a new nation.
    • one that founds metals, or articles of material or cup (the material of which is called material); a caster: as, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • The metal employee responsible for the blast furnace and smelting procedure.
    • person who establishes some thing or formulates the foundation for anything: the creator of a university; the founders of a brand new country.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; a person who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom some thing originates; a person who endows.
    • a person who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom some thing originates; a person who endows.
    • A lameness in base of a horse, occasioned by swelling; closh.
    • one that founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom such a thing originates; one that endows.
    • See laminitis.
    • somebody for whose parents you have no information.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom some thing originates; a person who endows.
    • some one for whose parents you have no data.
    • An inflammatory temperature for the human anatomy, or severe rheumatism. See chest ffounder.
    • One who founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from whom everything originates; a person who endows.
    • a person who establishes some thing or formulates the foundation for some thing: the president of a university; the creators of a brand new nation.
    • The iron employee responsible for the blast-furnace and smelting procedure.
    • some one for whose parents you've got no information.
    • A lameness into the base of a horse, occasioned by swelling; closh.
    • The metal employee responsible for the blast furnace additionally the smelting procedure.
    • One who founds; a person who casts metals in various forms; a caster.
    • one that founds or establishes.
    • a person who founds; one that casts metals in various kinds; a caster.
    • An inflammatory temperature regarding the human body, or acute rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • One who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom anything originates; one who endows.
    • The iron worker in charge of the blast furnace and smelting operation.
    • An originator; one from whom everything derives its start; an author: as, the creator of a sect of philosophers; the president of a household.
    • a person who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from who something originates; a person who endows.
    • a person who founds or establishes.
    • somebody for whoever moms and dads one has no information.
    • a person who establishes by endowment; a person who provides a permanent investment for any purpose: because, the president of a college or hospital.
    • The metal worker in charge of the blast furnace plus the smelting operation.
    • An originator; one from whom any such thing derives its beginning; an author: as, the founder of a sect of philosophers; the creator of a family.
    • In farriery, lameness brought on by inflammation within the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also called closh.
    • a person who founds; a person who casts metals in a variety of kinds; a caster.
    • One who establishes by endowment; a person who provides a permanent fund regarding function: since, the founder of a college or hospital.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • One who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from who any such thing originates; person who endows.
    • See laminitis.
    • One who founds metals, or articles of material or glass (the material of which is called metal); a caster: as, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • A lameness inside base of a horse, occasioned by infection; closh.
    • One who founds; one that casts metals in various types; a caster.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from who something originates; a person who endows.
    • A lameness when you look at the base of a horse, occasioned by irritation; closh.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from whom any such thing originates; one that endows.
    • one that establishes one thing or formulates the cornerstone for one thing: the creator of a university; the creators of an innovative new nation.
    • An inflammatory fever associated with human body, or severe rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • a person who founds; a person who casts metals in several forms; a caster.
    • One who founds metals, or articles of material or glass (the material that is called material); a caster: because, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • An inflammatory fever for the body, or intense rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • one that founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom such a thing originates; a person who endows.
    • One who founds; a person who casts metals in various types; a caster.
    • One who founds, establishes, and erects; a person who lays a foundation; an author; one from who some thing originates; one who endows.
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; one that lays a foundation; an author; one from whom anything originates; one that endows.
    • One who founds or establishes.
    • a person who founds or establishes.
    • some one for whoever parents you have no data.
    • An originator; one from who such a thing derives its beginning; an author: as, the founder of a sect of philosophers; the president of a household.
    • one that founds; one who casts metals in a variety of kinds; a caster.
    • An originator; one from whom any such thing derives its start; an author: as, the president of a sect of philosophers; the creator of a household.
    • one that establishes by endowment; person who provides a permanent fund for almost any purpose: because, the founder of a college or medical center.
    • A lameness within the foot of a horse, occasioned by infection; closh.
    • The metal employee in control of the blast-furnace plus the smelting procedure.
    • one that establishes by endowment; one who provides a permanent investment for any purpose: as, the creator of a college or medical center.
    • An inflammatory fever regarding the human body, or severe rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • One who founds or establishes.
    • A lameness when you look at the foot of a horse, occasioned by infection; closh.
    • In farriery, lameness caused by inflammation within the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also referred to as closh.
    • a person who founds metals, or articles of material or glass (the materials that is called material); a caster: as, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • person who founds metals, or articles of metal or glass (the materials which is named metal); a caster: as, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • An originator; one from whom any such thing derives its beginning; an author: as, the founder of a sect of philosophers; the founder of a family group.
    • An inflammatory temperature associated with body, or acute rheumatism. See chest ffounder.
    • A lameness inside base of a horse, occasioned by irritation; closh.
    • irritation associated with the laminated structure that connects the hoof toward base of a horse
    • person who founds, establishes, and erects; person who lays a foundation; an author; one from who anything originates; one who endows.
    • person who founds or establishes.
    • An inflammatory temperature of this human body, or severe rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • An originator; one from who everything derives its beginning; an author: as, the creator of a sect of philosophers; the creator of a household.
    • One who founds or establishes.
    • a person who founds; person who casts metals in several types; a caster.
    • a person who founds; one who casts metals in various kinds; a caster.
    • One who establishes by endowment; a person who provides a permanent investment for any purpose: as, the president of a college or medical center.
    • A lameness when you look at the foot of a horse, occasioned by irritation; closh.
    • An originator; one from whom any such thing derives its beginning; an author: as, the president of a sect of philosophers; the founder of a family.
    • An inflammatory fever of human body, or acute rheumatism. See upper body ffounder.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • inflammation of this laminated structure that connects the hoof toward base of a horse
    • In farriery, lameness caused by inflammation within the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also known as closh.
    • One who establishes by endowment; one who provides a permanent fund regarding purpose: since, the founder of a college or medical center.
    • a person who founds or establishes.
    • a person who founds metals, or articles of steel or glass (the material that is known as material); a caster: as, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • a worker whom tends to make material castings
    • In farriery, lameness due to irritation within the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also known as closh.
    • one that establishes by endowment; one who provides a permanent fund regarding purpose: since, the creator of a college or medical center.
    • An originator; one from who anything derives its beginning; an author: as, the creator of a sect of philosophers; the founder of a household.
    • one that founds metals, or articles of metal or glass (the materials that is known as metal); a caster: since, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • an individual who founds or establishes some establishment
    • A creator; a maker.
    • A lameness into the base of a horse, occasioned by swelling; closh.
    • infection of laminated muscle that attaches the hoof toward base of a horse
    • a person who establishes by endowment; one that provides a permanent fund for just about any purpose: as, the founder of a college or medical center.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • A lameness inside base of a horse, occasioned by inflammation; closh.
    • swelling of the laminated muscle that attaches the hoof towards the foot of a horse
    • An inflammatory temperature for the human body, or acute rheumatism. See chest ffounder.
    • In farriery, lameness due to swelling in the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also called closh.
    • A lameness when you look at the foot of a horse, occasioned by irritation; closh.
    • One who founds metals, or articles of metal or cup (the material of which is called steel); a caster: since, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • One who founds metals, or articles of steel or cup (the material of which is named material); a caster: since, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • An inflammatory fever of this human anatomy, or severe rheumatism. See chest ffounder.
    • One who founds or establishes.
    • a member of staff who tends to make metal castings
    • An inflammatory fever associated with human body, or intense rheumatism. See chest ffounder.
    • An originator; one from who anything derives its beginning; an author: as, the founder of a sect of philosophers; the president of a household.
    • an individual who founds or establishes some establishment
    • One who founds or establishes.
    • person who founds or establishes.
    • infection of the laminated structure that connects the hoof into the foot of a horse
    • a person who establishes by endowment; person who provides a permanent fund regarding purpose: as, the president of a college or hospital.
    • In farriery, lameness brought on by infection in the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also referred to as closh.
    • An originator; one from whom something derives its beginning; an author: as, the president of a sect of philosophers; the president of a family.
    • person who establishes by endowment; one that provides a permanent fund for function: because, the founder of a college or medical center.
    • a member of staff just who tends to make steel castings
    • A creator; a maker.
    • An originator; one from whom anything derives its beginning; an author: as, the founder of a sect of philosophers; the president of a household.
    • inflammation of the laminated tissue that attaches the hoof towards the foot of a horse
    • a worker just who makes steel castings
    • In farriery, lameness due to inflammation inside the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also referred to as closh.
    • A creator; a maker.
    • someone who founds or establishes some organization
    • person who establishes by endowment; one who provides a permanent investment regarding purpose: since, the creator of a college or medical center.
    • somebody who founds or establishes some establishment
    • A creator; a maker.
    • a worker who makes metal castings
    • infection regarding the laminated muscle that connects the hoof toward base of a horse
    • a person who founds metals, or articles of material or glass (the material of which is named steel); a caster: because, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • one that founds metals, or articles of steel or glass (the material of which is named material); a caster: since, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • an individual who founds or establishes some institution
    • one that founds metals, or articles of metal or cup (the materials which is named metal); a caster: as, a founder of cannon, bells, printing-types, etc.
    • In farriery, lameness due to irritation in the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also called closh.
    • In farriery, lameness brought on by infection in the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also known as closh.
    • an employee whom makes metal castings
    • irritation associated with the laminated tissue that attaches the hoof to the base of a horse
    • infection associated with laminated tissue that connects the hoof on base of a horse
    • a worker which tends to make material castings
    • someone who founds or establishes some institution
    • an employee just who makes steel castings
    • In farriery, lameness due to irritation within the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also known as closh.
    • In farriery, lameness due to infection inside the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also referred to as closh.
    • a member of staff whom tends to make material castings
    • an individual who founds or establishes some establishment
    • someone who founds or establishes some institution
    • infection associated with the laminated tissue that attaches the hoof toward foot of a horse
    • swelling associated with laminated tissue that connects the hoof towards base of a horse
    • somebody who founds or establishes some establishment
    • a worker just who makes steel castings
    • a worker whom makes steel castings
    • In farriery, lameness caused by inflammation within the hoof of a horse; laminitis. Also known as closh.
    • somebody who founds or establishes some institution
    • an individual who founds or establishes some organization
    • inflammation of the laminated muscle that attaches the hoof to the base of a horse
    • a worker just who tends to make material castings
    • an individual who founds or establishes some establishment
  • verb:
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • to-fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • stumble and nearly fall
    • sink below the area
    • breakdown, literally or metaphorically
    • Of a ship, to fill with liquid and sink.
    • to-fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • fail utterly; collapse
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • stumble and almost fall
    • sink below the area
    • break up, literally or metaphorically
    • fail utterly; failure
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • Of a ship, to fill with liquid and sink.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • to-fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • to-fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • to-fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • Of a ship, to fill with liquid and sink.
    • to-fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • Of a ship, to fill with liquid and sink.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • to-fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • to-fall; to stumble and get lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
    • To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
    • To fail; to miscarry.
    • stumble and almost fall
    • sink below the area
    • digest, literally or metaphorically
    • hit and almost fall
    • sink below the surface
    • fail entirely; collapse
    • break-down, actually or metaphorically
    • stumble and almost fall
    • sink below the surface
    • stumble and nearly autumn
    • digest, virtually or metaphorically
    • sink below the surface
    • fail utterly; failure
    • stumble and nearly fall
    • break-down, actually or metaphorically
    • sink underneath the surface
    • hit and nearly autumn
    • break down, actually or metaphorically
    • fail entirely; failure
    • sink below the surface
    • fail entirely; collapse
    • break-down, literally or metaphorically
    • stumble and nearly autumn
    • sink underneath the surface
    • fail utterly; collapse
    • break up, actually or metaphorically
    • hit and almost fall
    • hit and nearly fall
    • sink below the surface
    • sink underneath the area
    • break down, literally or metaphorically
    • fail entirely; collapse
    • break-down, actually or metaphorically
    • fail entirely; failure
    • fail utterly; failure
    • stumble and nearly fall
    • hit and nearly fall
    • sink underneath the area
    • sink underneath the area
    • break-down, literally or metaphorically
    • break down, virtually or metaphorically
    • fail entirely; failure
    • fail entirely; collapse
    • fail entirely; failure
    • stumble and nearly fall
    • sink below the surface
    • break down, literally or metaphorically
    • fail utterly; collapse
  • others:
    • Nautical, to fill or be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • thus To fail; miscarry.
    • To trip; stumble; go lame, as a horse.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • To cause internal inflammation into the feet of, as a horse, in order to disable or lame him.
    • In tennis, to operate a vehicle the ball into the floor by turning facing the club whenever striking.
    • Nautical, to fill or become filled and sink, as a ship.
    • thus To fail; miscarry.
    • To trip; stumble; go lame, as a horse.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • resulting in interior infection in feet of, as a horse, so as to disable or lame him.
    • In golf, to operate a vehicle the basketball in to the floor by-turning in the face of the club when striking.
    • Nautical, to fill or come to be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • therefore To fail; miscarry.
    • To trip; stumble; get lame, as a horse.
    • Naut., to cause to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • resulting in internal inflammation in the feet of, as a horse, in order to disable or lame him.
    • Nautical, to fill or be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • ergo To fail; miscarry.
    • Nautical, to fill or become filled and sink, as a ship.
    • To trip; stumble; get lame, as a horse.
    • thus To fail; miscarry.
    • Naut., to cause to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • To trip; stumble; go lame, as a horse.
    • resulting in interior irritation in the legs of, as a horse, to be able to disable or lame him.
    • In tennis, to push the ball into the ground by-turning in the face of the club whenever striking.
    • Nautical, to fill or come to be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • Nautical, to fill or be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • therefore To fail; miscarry.
    • therefore To fail; miscarry.
    • To trip; stumble; go lame, as a horse.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • To trip; stumble; get lame, as a horse.
    • In golf, to push the basketball into the surface by turning in the face of the club when striking.
    • To cause inner irritation when you look at the feet of, as a horse, in order to disable or lame him.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • To cause interior swelling into the legs of, as a horse, in order to disable or lame him.
    • Nautical, to fill or be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • In golf, to operate a vehicle the basketball in to the ground by turning in the face of the club whenever striking.
    • therefore To fail; miscarry.
    • In golf, to push the basketball in to the ground by-turning in the face of the club whenever striking.
    • resulting in internal inflammation inside foot of, as a horse, to be able to disable or lame him.
    • Nautical, to fill or come to be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • For this reason To fail; miscarry.
    • To trip; stumble; go lame, as a horse.
    • To trip; stumble; get lame, as a horse.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • In golf, to push the ball into the surface by turning when confronted with the club when striking.
    • resulting in internal irritation in foot of, as a horse, in order to disable or lame him.
    • Nautical, to fill or become filled and sink, as a ship.
    • Nautical, to fill or become filled and sink, as a ship.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • In tennis, to-drive the ball in to the floor by turning facing the club when striking.
    • thus To fail; miscarry.
    • resulting in interior irritation in foot of, as a horse, to be able to disable or lame him.
    • thus To fail; miscarry.
    • To trip; stumble; get lame, as a horse.
    • To trip; stumble; go lame, as a horse.
    • In tennis, to push the baseball to the floor by-turning in the face of the club whenever striking.
    • Naut., to cause to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • resulting in interior swelling in legs of, as a horse, so as to disable or lame him.
    • To cause inner irritation into the legs of, as a horse, so as to disable or lame him.
    • Nautical, to fill or become filled and sink, as a ship.
    • thus To fail; miscarry.
    • In tennis, to-drive the baseball in to the floor by turning facing the club whenever striking.
    • Nautical, to fill or come to be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • Nautical, to fill or come to be filled and sink, as a ship.
    • In golf, to push the baseball into the floor by-turning facing the club whenever striking.
    • To trip; stumble; go lame, as a horse.
    • Hence To fail; miscarry.
    • thus To fail; miscarry.
    • To trip; stumble; get lame, as a horse.
    • Naut., resulting in to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • Naut., to cause to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • resulting in interior irritation within the legs of, as a horse, so as to disable or lame him.
    • To trip; stumble; get lame, as a horse.
    • Naut., to cause to fill and sink, as a ship.
    • To cause interior inflammation inside feet of, as a horse, to be able to disable or lame him.
    • resulting in inner infection into the legs of, as a horse, so as to disable or lame him.
    • In golf, to push the baseball in to the floor by-turning when confronted with the club whenever striking.
    • In tennis, to-drive the baseball in to the floor by-turning in the face of the club whenever striking.
    • In tennis, to drive the basketball to the floor by turning when confronted with the club whenever striking.

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