Western Hemisphere continents named after the Italian-born explorer who sailed for Spain and Portugal between 1499 and 1504.
Purely spiritual, descriptive of a relationship that is free from sensual desire, as attributed to a Greek philosopher and student of Socrates.
Fragments, or metal balls, scattered by an exploding shell, after Henry _____, the British general who invented the shell containing them.
Small group of people joined together in a plot. A Hebrew word formed by the initials of the inner circle of advisors to Charles II of England.
Powerful, ambitious woman, after the queen of Palmyra who openly defied Rome and tried unsuccessfully to take over its Eastern Empire.
Unintentional slip of the tongue, after the Austrian founder of psychoanalysis.
Venezuela's main monetary unit, after Simon ______, the 'Liberator of South America.'
To hypnotize, after a German physician.
Uncivilized or destructive person, after the barbaric Asiatic people who invaded eastern and central Europe in the 4th and 5th centuries under Attila's leadership.
Equipment used to support drilling machinery over an oil well, after Thomas _____, a 17th-century London hangman.
Characterized by craftiness and deception, named after the author of 'The Prince', who believed that a ruler could use any means necessary to stay in power.
Costa Rica's main monetary unit, named for the discoverer of the New World.
Ancient sculptures that once adorned the Parthenon on Athens' Acropolis before being removed by Thomas Bruce in the early 1800s - now named in part for his earldom.
Ruthless person, after the family who achieved power through whatever means necessary in Renaissance Italy.
Protestor against technology, after a worker who supposedly smashed several items in the workplace in 18th-century Leicestershire, England.
Person who has a strong, corrupting, and powerful hold on someone else, after the Siberian monk who had a controlling influence over the Tsarina and her family.
System of writing for the blind, after Louis _____, a blind French boy who invented the system.
Characterized by the moral strictness and hypocrisy of the 1837-1901 period named for the reigning queen.
Surgical operation to deliver a baby from the uterus, after a Roman leader who supposedly, though unlikely, was delivered in this manner.
Early photographic process, named after its inventor, a French artist/photographer.
Woman's loose blouse, modeled after the red shirts worn by Giuseppe _____'s followers.
A crusader, after the young heroine who led France's armies against the English in the 15th century.
Pertaining to overstated or boastful stories or as a syndrome, any signs indicating the feigning of an illness after Baron von _____, the German officer who served in the Russian cavalry against the Turks and greatly exaggerated his activities.
A traitor, after a Norwegian who collaborated with the Nazis during WWII.
Cap with a piece of cloth protecting the back of the neck, after Henry _____.
Generous patron of the arts, after a Roman statesman who advised Augustus and greatly helped Virgil and Horace.
Excessively well-dressed person; any dandy or fop, after George Bryan ______, a dandy and friend of the Prince of Wales, later King George IV.