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exceptionally early in development or occurrence
lacking livliness, taste, smell, or interest
having enough of something to meet your needs, and possible some left over
land that does not have enough water to support the growth of plants
something that is not prroductive such as a woman with tied tubes or a tree with that bears no fruit
someon who is officially involved in a conversation
to speak or write in great detail
a distincitive and flamboyant nature, style , or action
great enthusiam. vigor and energy as in movement
means health and strength
dotingly or irrationally fond of or submissive to one's wife
Doting describes someone who is overly devoted and adoring
a person who boasts of his or her patriotism and favors an aggressive, threatening, warlike foreign policy; chauvinist
1. a person who is aggressively and blindly patriotic, especiallyone devoted to military glory.
2.a person who believes one gender is superior to the other,as a male chauvinist or a female chauvinist .
ridged, grooved, furrowed, folded, fluted, roughened, creased, wrinkled, flexed, crinkled, crumpled, puckered; see also wrinkled.
being favor of smoething. moving towards and object or idea.
Fraught means filled with
describes something that creates light when heated
to indicate beforehand; portend; foretell; predict (esp. something bad or harmful)
someone or something with an abrasive, tacky, self-serving or rude manner
someone or something who is rude, disrespectful or does or says something that does not relate to the current conversation
of the throat
something that seems contradictory or unbelievable, but may or may not be true
a group of persons or things displayed in a pattern
a residence or a place where a person lives or stays for a long time
someone seeking to ask or obtain. british word for lawyer
leave secretly and quickly
signal to awaken soldiers in the morning
something that is trying to destroy or overthrow something like a government or an idea.
a soft, low, murmuring, sighing, or rustling sound
To propagate is to breed plants or animals, to cause something to increase in number, or to spread an idea