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1. meretricious

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2. tergiversator, tergiversant, Proteus, chameleon; timeserver, Obs.timepleaser, weathercock; temporizer, trimmer,

acrobatics, n.1. gymnastics, tumbling, athletics; calisthenics; acrobatic feats, trapeze ortightrope displays.
2. (
all of airplanes)

aerobatics, acrobatic maneuvers,

Inf.stunt flying, Inf.stunting.

across, prep.

1. opposite to, facing, fronting, confronting, in front of; on orto the other side of, beyond, past, over, the far side of.
2. in contact with, into the presence of, into, upon.
3.
crosswise of, transversely to, athwart, thwart. -adv.

4. crosswise, crossways, cross, crisscross; transversely, transversally, transverse, thwartedly, Obs.traverse.
5. astride, astraddle, straddle, straddleback, straddle-legged; on.
6. on the other side, on the far side, opposite.

act, n.1. deed, turn, action; performance, proceeding, execution, consummation; conduct; doing, operation, transaction; undertaking, project, enterprise; work, task, job, commission.
2. exploit, feat,
Archaic, gest, achievement, step, stride, advancement, progress; accomplishment, attainment, requirement, success.
3.
maneuver, move, stroke, blow, coup, stunt, trick; stroke of genius, tour de force.
4. in the act
in* the process, in the middle, in the course; red-handed, Latin, in flagrante delicto, SI. with one's pants down, Inf.with one's hand in the cookie jar.
5. formal decision, ruling, judgement, conclusion, determination, resolve, resolution; verdict, finding, arbitration, arbitrament; sentence,
Law.award; declaration, pronouncement, decree, edict, proclamation; dictate, dictum, order, command, mandate; rule, regulation, law, Law.statute, ordinance; bill, enactment, measure, proposal, motion.
6. short performance, show,
Music,

gig, stand, appearance; routine, bit, skit, short play, Theat.

one-acter, curtain raiser.
7. pretense, pretending, feigning, make-believe; sham, fake, counterfeit, dissimulation, dissemblance; affectation, show, insincerity, false appearance.

-v.8. do, go about, perform, execute, Scot. and North Eng. Obs.

gar, discharge, carry out; be active, be employed, be busy.
9. decide, determine, resolve, judge, make up one's mind, reach
ormake a decision.
10. function, perform, operate; work, be effective, be efficacious.
11. (
all of oneself)

conduct, behave, comport, deport, demean; (all of oneself)

manage, bear, carry, acquit.
12. pretend, feign, make believe; sham, fake, counterfeit, make a false show, dissemble, dissimulate; simulate, affect, put on, assume,
Inf.do for effect.
13.
perform, portray, play; represent, enact, act out, put on, produce, stage, give a show; tread the boards.
14. act for
substitute, pinch-hit, fill in; do, serve, take the place of.
15.

act on or

upon a. follow, head, obey, comply with, yield to, conform to, act in accordance with.
b. affect, influence; change, alter, transform, modify.

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