negligence (negligent, neglect, not choose/pick up) dismantlement [Obsolete French desmanteler, to raze fortifications round a town, from Old French : des-, dis- + (em)manteler, to cover with a coat, shelter (ultimately from mantel, cloak).]
writing so as to unwrite. meaning so as to unmean. understanding so as to disunderstand (derstand [double neg. cancellation]), absorbed by the answer, meaning to forget the question, diffused into the possibility of mass plausibility, randomly oscillating splines broken into grains, seas of undulating possibility moving from high plausibility in the core of the field to low plausibility on the exterior of the space, never reaching impossibility
ssiess, grayness, ssilf, belleffect: support, conquer, are willing to promoteSYLLABICATION:

PRONUNCIATION: ssiess text

1. The state or quality of being negligent. 2. A negligent act or a failure to act. 3. Law Failure to exercise the degree of care considered reasonable under the circumstances, resulting in an unintended injury to another party.PRONUNCIATION:

1. Human effort to imitate, supplement, alter, or counteract the work of nature. 2 a. The conscious production or arrangement of sounds, colors, forms, movements, or other elements in a manner that affects the sense of beauty, specifically the production of the beautiful in a graphic or plastic medium. b. The study of these activities. c. The product of these activities; human works of beauty considered as a group. 3. High quality of conception or execution, as found in works of beauty; aesthetic value. 4. A field or category of art, such as music, ballet, or literature. 5. A nonscientific branch of learning; one of the liberal arts. 6 a. A system of principles and methods employed in the performance of a set of activities: the art of building. b. A trade or craft that applies such a system of principles and methods: the art of the lexicographer. 7 a. Skill that is attained by study, practice, or observation: the art of the baker; the blacksmith's art. b. Skill arising from the exercise of intuitive faculties: “Self-criticism is an art not many are qualified to practice” (Joyce Carol Oates). 8 a. arts Artful devices, stratagems, and tricks. b. Artful contrivance; cunning. 9. Printing Illustrative material.


Middle English, from Old French, from Latin ars, art-. See ar- in Appendix

art1, craft, expertise, knack, know-how, technique These nouns denote skill in doing or performing that is attained by study, practice, or observation: the art of rhetoric; pottery that reveals an artist's craft; political expertise; a knack for teaching; mechanical know-how; a precise diving technique.SYLLABICATION:




1. Characterized by or inclined to neglect, especially habitually. 2. Characterized by careless ease or informality; casual. 3. Law Guilty of negligence.


Middle English, from Old French, from Latin neglege_ns, neglegent-, present participle of neglegere, to neglect. See neglect.
neg_li·gent·ly —ADVERB


negligent, derelict, lax, neglectful, remiss, slack1 These adjectives mean guilty of a lack of due care or concern: an accident caused by a negligent driver; was derelict in his civic responsibilities; lax in attending classes; neglectful of her own financial security; remiss of you not to pay your bill; slack in maintaining discipline.SYLLABICATION:


Inflected forms: ne·glect·ed , ne·glect·ing , ne·glects
1. To pay little or no attention to; fail to heed; disregard: neglected
their warnings. 2. To fail to care for or attend to properly: neglects her appearance. 3. To fail to do or carry out, as through carelessness or oversight: neglected to return the call.
1. The act or an instance of neglecting something. 2. The state of being neglected. 3. Habitual lack of care.

Latin neglegere, negle_ct- : neg-, not; see ne in Appendix I + legere, to
choose, pick up; see leg- in Appendix I.
ne·glect_er —NOUN
this may be the point of convergence, the drain, the bottleneck
THE STATE OR QUALITY OF BEING CHARACTERIZED OR INCLINED NOT TO CHOOSE(collapsing dialectic?relevancy?)/PICK UP, ESPECIALLY HABITUALLYpick up 1. Informal. To take into custody as a prisoner: apprehend, arrest, seize. Informal : nab. Slang : bust, collar, pinch, run in. See LAW. 2. To begin or go on after an interruption: continue, renew, reopen, restart, resume, take up. See CONTINUE. 3. To move (something) to a higher position: boost, elevate, heave, hoist, lift, raise, rear2, take up, uphold, uplift, upraise, uprear. See RISE. 4.
Informal. To come into possession of: acquire, come by, gain, get, obtain, procure, secure, win. Informal : land. See GET. 5. To collect
(something) bit by bit: cull, extract, garner, gather, glean. See COLLECT. 6. Informal. To gain knowledge or mastery of by study: get, learn, master. See TEACH.

pick up 1 a. To take up (something) by hand: pick up a book. b. To collect or gather: picked up some pebbles. c. To tidy up: picked up the bedroom. 2. To take on (passengers or freight, for example): The bus picks up commuters at five stops. 3. Informal a. To acquire casually or by accident: picked up a new coat on sale. b. To acquire (knowledge) by learning or experience: picked up French quickly. c. To claim: picked up her car at the repair shop. d. To buy: picked up some milk at the store. e. To accept (a bill or charge) in order to pay it: Let me pick up the tab. f. To come down with (a disease): picked up a virus at school. g. To gain: picked up five yards on that play. 4. Informal To take into custody: The agents picked up six smugglers. 5. Slang To make casual acquaintance with, usually in anticipation of sexual relations. 6 a. To come upon and follow: The dog picked up the scent. b. To
come upon and observe: picked up two submarines on sonar. 7. To continue after a break: Let's pick up the discussion after lunch. 8. Informal To improve in condition or activity: Sales picked up last fall. 9. Slang To prepare a sudden departure: She just picked up and left.

Inflected forms: chose (cho_z), cho·sen (cho__z_n), choos·ing , choos·es
1. To select from a number of possible alternatives; decide on and pick out. 2 a. To prefer above others: chooses the supermarket over the neighborhood grocery store. b. To determine or decide: chose to fly rather than drive.
To make a choice; make a selection: was used to doing as she chose.
choose up To choose players and form sides or teams for a game, such as baseball or softball.
cannot choose but Can onl
y do; cannot do otherwise: We cannot choose but to observe the r
Middle English chesen, from Old English ce_osan. See geus- in Appendix I.
choos_er —NOUN
ceosan sv.—— choose.
dislexiconation for expansiveness1: counternegligenceise (counter-negligence-ise) to cause to be or to become contrary or opposite of negligence
2: magnegligence (mag-negligence) great negligence
3: macronegligencess (macro-negligence-ess) a female long, large negligence
4: endonegligenceably (endo-negligence-ably) performing in a manor worth of within negligence
5: macr
onegligence (macro-negligence) long, large negligence
6: trinegligence (tri-negligence) three negligence
7: negligenceation (negligence-ation) process, state or action of negligence
8: outnegligence (out-negligence) surpassing or exceeding negligence
9: internegligenceive (inter-negligence-ive) performing or tending toward between or in the midst of negligence
10: internegligence (inter-negligence) between or in the midst of negligence
11: subnegligenceling (sub-negligence-ling) one connected with below or under negligence
12: negligenceant (negligence-ant) being, promoting or causing negligence
13: dunegligence (du-negligence) double, two negligence
14: homonegligence (homo-negligence) same negligence
15: metanegligence (meta-negligence) changed from or later than negligence
16: neonegligenceian (neo-negligence-ian) one relating to, belonging to, or resembling new negligence
17: macronegligence (macro-negligence) long,
large negligence
18: overnegligenceous (over-negligence-ous) possessing, full of or characterized by excessive negligence
19: negligenceium (negligence-ium) chemical element or group negligence
20: prenegligence (pre-negligence) before or prior to negligence
21: kilonegligenceably (kilo-negligence-ably) performing in a manor worth of thousand negligence
22: negligenceant (negligence-ant) being, promoting or causing negligence
23: psychonegligence (psycho-negligence) mental activities or the mind of negligence
24: metanegligenceist (meta-negligence-ist) one that performs, produces or believes in changed from or later than negligence
25: negligenceing (negligence-ing) action, process or
art of negligence
1: negligenceous (negligence-eous) having the nature of negligence
2: negligencescope (negligence-scope) instrument for viewing or measuring negligence
3: negligenceite (negligence-ite) native, resident or part of negligence
4: endonegligenceible (endo-negligence-ible) capable or worthy of within negligence
5: pronegligence (pro-negligence) supporting or favoring negligence
6: negligenceferous (negligence-ferous) producing or containing negligence
7: negligenceable (negligence-able) capable or worthy of negligence
8: decanegligenceosis (deca-negligence-osis) abnormal condition or process of ten negligence
9: hypernegligence (hyper-negligence) above or beyond negligence
10: erythronegligence (erythro-negligence) red negligence
11: parnegligence (par-negligence) abnormal or beyond negligence
12: contranegligence (contra-negligence) against or opposite of negligence
13: parnegligenceise (par-negligence-ise) to cause to be or to become abnormal or beyond negligence
14: negligencemeter (negligence-meter) device for measuring negligence
15: negligenceous (negligence-eous) having the nature of negligence
16: internegligence (inter-negligence) between or in the midst of negligence
17: hiernegligence (hier-negligence) sacred negligence
18: kilonegligence (kilo-negligence) thousand negligence
19: negligenceologist (negligence-ologist) one who studies negligence
20: negligenceious (negligence-ious) full of or having the qualities of negligence
21: negligenceial (negligence-ial) of, relating to, or characterized by negligence
22: negligenceory (negligen
ce-ory) relating to or characterized by negligence
23: transnegligenceoid (trans-negligence-oid) having the appearance of across or through negligence
24: negligenceform (negligence-form) having the form of negligence
25: connegligence (con-negligence) with negligence
1: transneglectate (trans-neglect-ate) resembling or characterized by across or through neglect
2: hyponeglectmetric (hypo-neglect-metric) relating to measurement of below or less than neglect
3: kiloneglect (kilo-neglect) thousand neglect
4: neglectess (neglect-ess) a female neglect
5: neglectproof (neglect-proof) able to withstand neglect
6: hyperneglectmetric (hyper-neglect-metric) relating to measurement of above or beyond neglect
7: metaneglect (meta-neglect) changed from or later than neglect
8: cryptoneglectproof (crypto-neglect-proof) able to withstand hidden or secret neglect
9: neglectless (neglect-less) without neglect
10: neglectmeter (neglect-meter) device for measuring neglect
11: unnegl
ect (un-neglect) not neglect
12: neglectish (neglect-ish) of, relating to, or being neglect
13: neglectate (neglect-ate) resembling or characterized by neglect
14: nonneglect (non-neglect) not neglect
15: trineglect (tri-neglect) three neglect
16: superneglectize (super-neglect-ize) to cause to be or to become above or superior to neglect
17: neglectmeter (neglect-meter) device for m
easuring neglect
18: neglectgenesis (neglect-genesis) beginning of neglect
19: unneglect (un-neglect) not neglect
20: proneglectisation (pro-neglect-isation) process or result of doing or making supporting or favoring neglect
21: neglectise (neglect-ise) to cause to be or to become neglect
22: neglectologist (neglect-ologist) one who studies neglect
23: hematoneglectious (hemato-neglect-ious) full of or having the qualities of blood neglect
24: neoneglect (neo-neglect) new neglect
25: perineglect (peri-neglect) around, about neglect
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