Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

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used to express a conclusion for which there is stronger evidence than for a previously accepted one

from the very beginning; from the egg

(adverb) toward or at the stern; aft / (preposition) to the rear of / (preposition) toward the stern from

(noun) slaughterhouse

(noun) a lapse in succession during which there is no person in whom a title is vested / (noun) temporary inactivity; suspension

university-preparatory school leaving qualification in Germany, Lithuania, Finland, and Estonia (similar to A-levels)

(noun) a low or downcast state; degradation / (noun) the act of making abject; humbling rejection

(verb) to renounce upon oath / (verb) to reject solemnly / (verb) to abstain from; avoid

the surgical removal of body tissue OR the erosion of rock, typically by wind action

(noun) the washing of one's body or part of it (as in a religious rite) / (noun) the act or action of bathing / (noun) a building housing bathing and toilet facilities on a military base

(noun, obsolete, rare) that which is washed off.

(noun) the act of renouncing or rejecting something; self-denial

(noun) the expression and emotional discharge of unconscious material (as a repressed idea or emotion) by verbalization especially in the presence of a therapist

the repeal or abolition of a law, right, or agreement

(mathematics, in a system of coordinates) the distance from a point to the vertical or y -axis, measured parallel to the horizontal or x -axis; the x -coordinate

(adjective) marked by restraint especially in the consumption of food or alcohol / (adjective) reflecting such restraint

difficult to understand; obscure

(noun) abyss

a coming to; the act of acceding and becoming joined; as, a king's accession to a confederacy

upward sloping

(Greek) spiritual or mental sloth; apathy; a state of listlessness or torpor

(adj) without a head

(in structural semantics) a model or narrative schema used to analyze the action that takes place in a story, whether real or fictional; developed in 1966 by semiotician Algirdas Julien Greimas

"at one's pleasure"; more formal term for ad-lib

(verb) to offer as example, reason, or proof in discussion or analysis