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.
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
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
Noun:A short excursion or journey for pleasure.
Verb:Make such an excursion or journey.
Synonyms:excursion - outing - trip - tour - hike
Noun:Dirt ingrained on the surface of something, esp. clothing, a building, or the skin.
Adjective:Full of uncertainty; doubtful: "the prospect seems iffy".
Synonyms:doubtful - dubious
Adjective:Resembling a corpse in being very pale, thin, or bony.
Synonyms:cadaveric - ghastly
Noun:derogatory. A white person from an English-speaking country (used in Spanish-speaking regions, chiefly Latin America).
Causing great horror; terrifying.
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
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
of the series of small bones forming the backbone, having several
projections for articulation and muscle attachment, and a hole...
Adjective:Bordered, shaded, or covered by willows.(of a person) Tall, slim, and lithe.
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
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
someone to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery: "he cajoled
her into selling the house"; "she cajoled to win his support".