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  1. scrabble
    • Verb:Scratch or grope around with one's fingers to find, collect, or hold on to something.
    • Noun:An act of scratching or scrambling for something.
    • Synonyms:verb.  scratch - scribble - scrape - scrawlnoun.  scribble - scrawl
  2. wilting
    Verb:(of a plant, leaf, or flower) Become limp through heat, loss of water, or disease; droop.(of a person) Lose one's energy or vigor.
  3. batter
    • Verb:Strike repeatedly with hard blows; pound heavily and insistently: "a prisoner was battered to death with a table leg".(of a wall) Have a receding slope.
    • Noun:A semiliquid mixture of flour, egg, and milk or water used in cooking, esp. for making cakes or for coating food before frying.(in various sports, esp. baseball) A player who is batting.A gradual backward slope in a wall or similar structure.
    • Synonyms:verb.  beatnoun.  paste - dough
  4. piddling, trifling
    пустячный
  5. wobble
    вихлять
  6. sizzle
    • Verb:(of food) Make a hissing sound when frying or cooking.
    • Noun:A hissing sound, as of food frying or cooking.
    • Synonyms:verb.  hissnoun.  fizzle - hiss - fizz
  7. hooves
    копыта
  8. fang
    клык
  9. jaunt
    • Noun:A short excursion or journey for pleasure.
    • Verb:Make such an excursion or journey.
    • Synonyms:excursion - outing - trip - tour - hike
  10. grime
    • Noun:Dirt ingrained on the surface of something, esp. clothing, a building, or the skin.
    • Verb:Blacken or make dirty with grime.
    • Synonyms:noun.  dirt - filth - dirtiness - muck - soot - squalorverb.  soil - stain - befoul - smirch - sully - foul - smear
  11. crimson
    • малиновый
    • багрянец
  12. sling
    • строп
    • лямки
  13. schlump
    Noun:A slow, slovenly, or inept person.
  14. slovenly
    неряшливый
  15. slender
    стройный

    субтильный
  16. wand
    жезл
  17. holler
    вопить
  18. nonchalant
    беспечный
  19. pitter-patter
    барабанить
  20. chafe
    натирать
  21. sly
    лукавый
  22. cunning
    • хитрость
    • коварство
  23. cajole
    льстить
  24. grit
    • Noun:Small, loose particles of stone or sand.
    • Verb:Clench (the teeth), esp. in order to keep one's resolve when faced with an unpleasant or painful duty.
    • Synonyms:noun.  gravel - sandverb.  grate - grind - creak - gnash
  25. slink
    красться
  26. doldrums
    депрессия
  27. fizzle
    выдыхаться
  28. crag
    скала
  29. omen
    знак, примета
  30. bode
    сулить
  31. portent
    предзнаменование
  32. calamitous
    бедственный
  33. mucker
    Noun:A rough or coarse person.A person who removes dirt and waste, esp. from stables.
  34. coon·skin
    Noun:The pelt of a raccoon.
  35. cougar
    пума
  36. ballsy
    Tough and courageous.
  37. shudder
    • Verb:(of a person) Tremble convulsively, typically as a result of fear or repugnance.
    • Noun:An act of shuddering.
    • Synonyms:verb.  shiver - tremble - shake - quake - quiver - thrillnoun.  shiver - thrill - tremble - quiver - tremor - shake
  38. hasty
    • Adjective:Done or acting with excessive speed or urgency; hurried.
    • Synonyms:hurried - rash - quick - precipitate - speedy - rapid
  39. taunt
    язвительное замечание
  40. appall
    • Verb:Greatly dismay or horrify: "bankers are appalled at the economic incompetence of some officials".
    • Synonyms:appal - horrify - dismay - frighten - scare - terrify
  41. munch
    • Verb:Eat (something) with a continuous and often audible action of the jaws: "he munched a chicken wing".
    • Synonyms:chew - champ - masticate - crunch
  42. glitter
    • Verb:Shine with a bright, shimmering, reflected light.
    • Noun:Bright, shimmering, reflected light.
    • Synonyms:verb.  sparkle - glisten - twinkle - gleam - scintillate - glintnoun.  sparkle - lustre - luster - glint - brilliance - sheen
  43. caterpillar
    гусеница
  44. funnel
    • воронка
    • дымовая труба
  45. patter
    • Verb:Make a repeated light tapping sound.Talk at length without saying anything significant.
    • Noun:A repeated light tapping.Rapid or smooth-flowing continuous talk, such as that used by a comedian or salesman.
  46. lore
    • Noun:A
    • body of traditions and knowledge on a subject or held by a particular
    • group, typically passed from person to person by word of mouth.The
    • surface on each side of a bird's head between the eye and the upper
    • base of the beak, or between the eye and nostril in snakes.
    • Synonyms:knowledge - learning - science
  47. anvil
    наковальня
  48. crouch
    припасть к земле
  49. puny
    хилый
  50. huddle
    • Verb:Crowd together; nestle closely: "they huddled together for warmth".
    • Noun:A crowded or confused mass of people or things.
    • Synonyms:verb.  crowdnoun.  throng - crowd
  51. swivel
    шарнирное соединение
  52. fettle
    • Noun:Condition, esp. physical; trim.
    • Verb:Trim or clean the rough edges of (a metal casting or a piece of pottery) before firing.
    • Synonyms:noun.  condition - state - shape - posture - situation - statusverb.  mend
  53. passel
    Noun:A large group of people or things of indeterminate number; a pack.
  54. traipse
    • тащиться
    • утомительная прогулка
  55. tote
    • Verb:Carry, wield, or convey (something heavy or substantial): "help him tote the books"; "a gun-toting loner".
    • Noun:A
    • system of betting based on the use of the totalizator, in which
    • dividends are calculated according to the amount staked rather than...
    • Synonyms:verb.  carry - bear - transport - convey - haulnoun.  totalizator - totalizer
  56. vicious
    • Adjective:Deliberately cruel or violent.(of an animal) Wild and dangerous to people.
    • Synonyms:wicked - malicious - evil - bad - perverse
  57. chuck
    • Verb:Throw (something) carelessly or casually.Touch (someone) playfully or gently under the chin.
    • Noun:A playful touch under the chin.A
    • device for holding a workpiece in a lathe or a tool in a drill,
    • typically having three or four jaws that move radially in and out.Food or provisions.
    • Synonyms:throw - fling - cast - toss - pitch - heave - dash
  58. meander
    • Verb:(of a river or road) Follow a winding course.
    • Noun:A winding curve or bend of a river or road: "the river flows in sweeping meanders".
    • Synonyms:verb.  wind - twist - wander - coil - ramble - snake - roamnoun.  winding - bend
  59. kinship
    родство
  60. ruse
    • Noun:An action intended to deceive someone; a trick: "Eleanor tried to think of a ruse to get Paul out of the house".
    • Synonyms:trick - wile - artifice - stratagem - guile - dodge
  61. tantrum
    Noun:An uncontrolled outburst of anger and frustration, typically in a young child.
  62. mayhem
    нанесение увечья
  63. frat
    Noun:A students' fraternity.
  64. careen
    крениться
  65. gnaw
    • Verb:Bite at or nibble something persistently.Bite at or nibble (something).
    • Synonyms:nibble - fret
  66. decrepit
    • Adjective:(of a person) Elderly and infirm.Worn out or ruined because of age or neglect.
    • Synonyms:ramshackle - dilapidated - senile
  67. incessant
    • Adjective:(of something regarded as unpleasant) Continuing without pause or interruption: "the incessant beat of the music".
    • Synonyms:continual - unceasing - continuous - ceaseless
  68. smatter
    быть дилетантом
  69. natter
    • Verb:Talk casually, esp. about unimportant matters; chatter.
    • Noun:A casual and leisurely conversation.
    • Synonyms:verb.  tattle - babble - gossip - blab - talk - chatternoun.  chat - gossip
  70. hoarse
    • Adjective:(of a person's voice) Sounding rough and harsh, typically as the result of a sore throat or of shouting.
    • Synonyms:husky - raucous - throaty - gruff - rough - harsh - thick
  71. woolly
    шерстяной свитер
  72. iffy
    • Adjective:Full of uncertainty; doubtful: "the prospect seems iffy".
    • Synonyms:doubtful - dubious
  73. cadaverous
    • Adjective:Resembling a corpse in being very pale, thin, or bony.
    • Synonyms:cadaveric - ghastly
  74. tinge
    • оттенок
    • привкус
  75. gringo
    Noun:derogatory. A white person from an English-speaking country (used in Spanish-speaking regions, chiefly Latin America).
  76. blood·cur·dling
    Causing great horror; terrifying.

    чудовищный
  77. thrum
    • Verb:Make a continuous rhythmic humming sound.Cover or adorn (cloth or clothing) with ends of thread.
    • Noun:A continuous rhythmic humming sound: "the steady thrum of rain on the windows".(in weaving) An unwoven end of a warp thread, or a fringe of such ends, left in the loom when the finished cloth is cut away.
    • Synonyms:verb.  strumnoun.  fringe
  78. quarry
    • Noun:A place, typically a large, deep pit, from which stone or other materials are or have been extracted.An animal pursued by a hunter, hound, predatory mammal, or bird of prey.A diamond-shaped pane of glass as used in lattice windows.
    • Verb:Extract (stone or other materials) from a quarry.
    • Synonyms:noun.  preyverb.  mine
  79. vertebra
    • Noun:Each
    • of the series of small bones forming the backbone, having several
    • projections for articulation and muscle attachment, and a hole...
    • Synonyms:backbone
  80. grit
    • песок
    • твердость характера
  81. willowy
    • Adjective:Bordered, shaded, or covered by willows.(of a person) Tall, slim, and lithe.
    • Synonyms:slender - slim - lissom - lissome - svelte - pliant
  82. lofty
    • Adjective:Of imposing height.Of a noble or exalted nature: "lofty ideals".
    • Synonyms:high - proud - sublime - exalted - noble - elevated
  83. cringe
    • Verb:Bend one's head and body in fear or in a servile manner: "he cringed away from the blow"; "surrounded by cringing yes-men".
    • Noun:An act of cringing in fear.
    • Synonyms:verb.  crouch - grovel - cower - crawlnoun.  adulation - servility - obsequiousness
  84. hobble
    • Verb:Walk in an awkward way, typically because of pain from an injury.
    • Noun:An awkward way of walking, typically due to pain from an injury.
    • Synonyms:verb.  limp - haltnoun.  limp
  85. rabies
    • бешенство
    • водобоязнь
  86. strand
    • Verb:Drive
    • or leave (a boat, sailor, or sea creature) aground on a shore: "the
    • ships were stranded in shallow water"; "a stranded whale".
    • Noun:The shore of a sea, lake, or large river: "a heron glided to rest on a pebbly strand".A single thin length of something such as thread, fiber, or wire, esp. as twisted together with others: "a strand of cotton".
    • Synonyms:verb.  groundnoun.  shore - coast - beach - bank
  87. cajole
    • Verb:Persuade
    • someone to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery: "he cajoled
    • her into selling the house"; "she cajoled to win his support".
    • Synonyms:coax - wheedle - blandish - flatter - persuade - adulate
  88. shuck
    • Noun:An outer covering such as a husk or pod, esp. the husk of an ear of corn.Exclamation:Used to express surprise, regret, irritation, or, in response to praise, self-deprecation.
    • Verb:Remove the shucks from corn or shellfish.
    • Synonyms:noun.  husk - shell - hull - pod - peel - rind - scaleverb.  shell - peel - husk - pare - pod - hull
  89. spittle
    • Noun:Saliva, esp. as ejected from the mouth.
    • Synonyms:spit - saliva - sputum - slobber - slaver - gob
  90. perk
    • Verb:Become more cheerful, lively, or interesting.(of coffee) Percolate.
    • Adjective:Perky; pert.Noun:Money, goods, or other benefit to which one is entitled as an employee or as a shareholder of a company.
    • Synonyms:adjective.  arrogant - perkynoun.  perquisite
  91. percolate
    процеживать
  92. plaintive
    • Adjective:Sounding sad and mournful.
    • Synonyms:sad - mournful - sorrowful - doleful - lugubrious
  93. bellow
    реветь от боли
  94. hasty
    • Adjective:Done or acting with excessive speed or urgency; hurried.
    • Synonyms:hurried - rash - quick - precipitate - speedy - rapid
  95. shimmer
    мерцание
  96. gunslinger
    • Noun:A man who carries a gun and shoots well.A forceful and adventurous participant in a particular sphere.
    • Synonyms:gunman
  97. hoarse
    хриплый
  98. linger
    • Verb:Stay
    • in a place longer than necessary, typically because of a reluctance to
    • leave: "she lingered in the yard, enjoying the warm sunshine".Spend a long time over (something): "she lingered over her meal".
    • Synonyms:tarry - delay - loiter - procrastinate
  99. tussle
    • Noun:A vigorous struggle or scuffle, typically in order to obtain or achieve something.
    • Verb:Engage in such a struggle or scuffle: "the demonstrators tussled with police".
    • Synonyms:noun.  fight - struggle - scuffle - scramble - fighting - frayverb.  fight - scuffle - scrap - struggle - wrestle - grapple
  100. insatiable
    • Adjective:(of an appetite or desire) Impossible to satisfy: "an insatiable hunger".
    • Synonyms:insatiate - voracious - greedy - unquenchable
  101. pelt
    • Verb:Attack (someone) by repeatedly hurling things at them: "two boys pelted him with apples".
    • Noun:The skin of an animal with the fur, wool, or hair still on it.
    • Synonyms:verb.  throw - showernoun.  skin - hide - fur - fell - leather
  102. shatter
    • Verb:Break or cause to break suddenly and violently into pieces.Damage or destroy (something abstract): "the crisis will shatter their confidence".
    • Synonyms:smash - break - crush - destroy - crash - wreck - shiver

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