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  1. creaking
    Verb:(of an object) Make a harsh, high-pitched sound when moved or when pressure or weight is applied: "the stairs creaked".Show weakness: "stock prices creaked to a mixed finish".
  2. puffy
    • одутловатый
    • запыхавшийся
  3. stout
    • Adjective:(of a person) Somewhat fat or of heavy build.
    • Noun:A kind of strong, dark beer brewed with roasted malt or barley.
    • Synonyms:strong - sturdy - corpulent - robust - stalwart - tough
  4. crow
    • ворона
    • кукарекать
  5. rooster
    петух
  6. prattle
    • Verb:Talk at length foolishly.Noun:Foolish or inconsequential talk: "this childish prattle".
    • Synonyms:verb.  babble - chatter - prate - jabber - tattle - yap - talknoun.  chatter - babble - gab - prate
  7. quarry
    карьер
  8. bridle
    уздечка
  9. quiver
    • Verb:Tremble or shake with a slight rapid motion.
    • Noun:A slight trembling movement or sound, esp. one caused by a sudden strong emotion: "a quiver of fear".An archer's case for holding arrows.
    • Synonyms:verb.  tremble - shiver - quake - shake - shudder - vibratenoun.  tremor - tremble - shiver - thrill - trembling - shudder
  10. cowhide
    воловья шкура
  11. pronation
    вращательное движение конечности или ее части (например предплечья, кисти или стопы) вовнутрь,
  12. excruciating
    • Adjective:Intensely painful.Mentally agonizing; very embarrassing, awkward, or tedious.
    • Synonyms:painful - agonizing - harrowing
  13. incandescent
    • Adjective:Emitting light as a result of being heated.(of an electric light) Containing a filament that glows white-hot when heated by a current passed through it.
    • Synonyms:glowing - white-hot - red-hot - flaming
  14. fickle
    • Adjective:Changing frequently, esp. as regards one's loyalties, interests, or affection.
    • Synonyms:inconstant - changeable - unsteady - variable - mutable
  15. straddle
    • Verb:Sit or stand with one leg on either side of: "he straddled the chair".
    • Noun:An act of sitting or standing with one's legs wide apart.
    • Synonyms:bestride
  16. pauper
    • Noun:A very poor person.A recipient of government relief or public charity.
    • Synonyms:beggar - mendicant
  17. hopscotch
    • Noun:A
    • children's game in which each child by turn hops into and over squares
    • marked on the ground to retrieve a marker thrown into one of...
    • Verb:Skip from place to place; move erratically.
  18. suds
    мыльная пена
  19. wail
    • Noun:A prolonged high-pitched cry of pain, grief, or anger: "Christopher let out a wail".
    • Verb:Give such a cry of pain, grief, or anger.
    • Synonyms:noun.  lamentation - lament - plaint - moan - howlverb.  lament - moan - mourn - bewail - weep - cry - bemoan
  20. retch
    • Verb:Make the sound and movement of vomiting.
    • Noun:A movement or sound of vomiting.
    • Synonyms:verb.  keck - vomitnoun.  nausea - queasiness - puke
  21. cackle
    • Verb:(of a bird, typically a hen or goose) Give a raucous, clucking cry.
    • Noun:The raucous clucking cry of a bird such as a hen or a goose.
    • Synonyms:verb.  cluck - chatternoun.  cluck - chatter
  22. sprawl
    • Verb:Sit, lie, or fall with one's arms and legs spread out in an ungainly or awkward way: "she lay sprawled on the bed".
    • Noun:An ungainly or carelessly relaxed position in which one's arms and legs are spread out.
    • Synonyms:stretch
  23. ungainly
    • Adjective:(of a person or movement) Awkward; clumsy: "an ungainly walk".
    • Synonyms:awkward - clumsy - gawky - unwieldy - hulking - gauche
  24. groggy
    • Adjective:Dazed, weak, or unsteady, esp. from illness, intoxication, sleep, or a blow: "the sleeping pills had left her feeling groggy".
    • Synonyms:drunken - tipsy
  25. turquoise
    бирюзовый
  26. splinter
    • Noun:A small, thin, sharp piece of wood, glass, or similar material broken off from a larger piece: "a splinter of ice".
    • Verb:Break or cause to break into small sharp fragments: "the crash splintered the wooden barricade".
    • Synonyms:noun.  chip - sliver - fragment - shiver - splintverb.  split - cleave - shatter
  27. duffel
    • Noun:Sporting or camping equipment.
    • Synonyms:duffle
  28. chiropractic
    Noun:The diagnosis and manipulative treatment of misalignments of the joints, esp. those of the spinal column.
  29. yeti
    снежный человек
  30. stubble
    щетина
  31. scruff
    • Noun:The back of a person's or animal's neck.
    • Synonyms:nape - neck
  32. finagle
    • Verb:Obtain (something) by devious or dishonest means.Act in a devious or dishonest manner: "they finagled over the fine points".
    • Synonyms:cheat - deceive
  33. flunk
    • Verb:Fail to reach the required standard in (an examination, test, or course of study).Judge (a student or examination candidate) to have failed to reach the required standard.
    • Synonyms:fail
  34. huck
    • 1) A term generally used in extreme sports
    • referring to a large jump, often without knowledge or regard for the
    • risk or consequences.
    • 2) The term can also be applied to risk assesment in everyday life,
    • taking actions regardless of the risk or consequences. (A strengthening
    • of resolve, as opposed to 'fuck it' which is a form of giving up)
  35. wedge
    клин
  36. chug
    • Verb:Emit a series of regular muffled explosive sounds, as of an engine running slowly.Consume (a drink) in large gulps without pausing.
    • Noun:A muffled explosive sound or a series of such sounds.
    • Synonyms:verb.  pant - puff
    • noun.  puff
  37. blurt
    сболтнуть
  38. testicle
    яйцо (муж)
  39. hoot
    • Noun:A deep or medium-pitched musical sound, often wavering or interrupted, that is the typical call of many kinds of owl.
    • Verb:(of an owl) Utter a hoot.
    • Synonyms:noun.  tootverb.  boo
  40. trinket
    • брелок
    • безделушка
  41. talon
    • A claw, esp. one belonging to a bird of prey.
    • Synonyms:claw - pounce
  42. menagerie
    зверинец
  43. vintage
    • марочный
    • вино из сбора определенного года
  44. denim
    джинсы
  45. cue
    сигнал
  46. 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
  47. wheeze
    хрипеть
  48. burp
    • Verb:Noisily release air from the stomach through the mouth; belch.
    • Noun:A noise made by air released from the stomach through the mouth; a belch.
    • Synonyms:verb.  belch - eructate - kecknoun.  belch - eructation
  49. howl
    • Noun:A long, loud, doleful cry uttered by an animal such as a dog or wolf.
    • Verb:Make a howling sound.
    • Synonyms:noun.  yowl - yell - roar - scream - cry - wail - howlingverb.  yell - yowl - roar - ululate - bellow - scream - cry
  50. welterweight
    A weight in boxing and other sports intermediate between lightweight and middleweight.
  51. nettle
    • крапива
    • раздражать
  52. clutch
    • Verb:Grasp or seize (something) tightly or eagerly.
    • Noun:A tight grasp or an act of grasping something.A group of eggs fertilized at the same time, typically laid in a single session and (in birds) incubated together.
    • Synonyms:verb.  grasp - grab - grip - seize - catch - gripe - clenchnoun.  grip - grasp - hold - coupling
  53. beckon
    • Verb:Make a gesture with the hand, arm, or head to encourage someone to come nearer or follow.Attract the attention of and summon (someone) in this way: "he beckoned Duncan to follow".
    • Synonyms:motion - sign - wave
  54. buttress
    • Noun:A projecting support of stone or brick built against a wall.
    • Verb:Provide (a building or structure) with projecting supports built against its walls: "a buttressed wall".
    • Synonyms:noun.  support - prop - stay - abutment - shore - braceverb.  support - bolster - brace - underpin - prop up - shore
  55. trowel
    мастерок
  56. frosh
    • Noun:A college freshman.
    • Synonyms:freshman - fresher
  57. limp
    • Verb:Walk with difficulty, typically because of a damaged or stiff leg or foot.
    • Noun:A tendency to limp; a gait impeded by injury or stiffness.
    • Adjective:Lacking internal strength or structure; not stiff or firm: "the flags hung limp and still".
    • Synonyms:verb.  hobble - haltnoun.  hobble - lameness - limpingadjective.  flabby - soft - slack - flaccid - lax - tender - languid
  58. pudgy
    • Adjective:(of a person or part of their body) Slightly fat: "his pudgy fingers".
    • Synonyms:podgy - chubby - tubby - roly-poly - plump - dumpy
  59. heave
    • Verb:Lift or haul (a heavy thing) with great effort.
    • Noun:An act of heaving, esp. a strong pull.
    • Synonyms:verb.  lift - raise - hoistnoun.  lift - lifting
  60. rung
    • Noun:A horizontal support on a ladder for a person's foot.A level in a hierarchical structure, esp. a class or career structure.
    • Synonyms:spoke - stair - step - round - tread
  61. lumber
    • Verb:Move in a slow, heavy, awkward way: "a truck filled his mirror and lumbered past".Cut and prepare forest timber for transport and sale.
    • Noun:Timber sawn into rough planks or otherwise partly prepared.
    • Synonyms:timber - wood - junk
  62. 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
  63. pestilence
    • Noun:A fatal epidemic disease, esp. bubonic plague.
    • Synonyms:plague - pest - epidemic - murrain
  64. scheming
    • Adjective:Given to or involved in making secret and underhanded plans.
    • Noun:The activity or practice of making such plans.
    • Synonyms:intriguing - designing
  65. slither
    • Verb:Move smoothly over a surface with a twisting motion.
    • Noun:A movement in such a manner.
    • Synonyms:slide - slip - glide - skid - creep
  66. kingpin
    Noun:A main or large bolt in a central position.A vertical bolt used as a pivot.
  67. dastard
    • Noun:A dishonorable or despicable person.
    • Synonyms:coward - recreant - funk - poltroon - caitiff
  68. nimble
    • Adjective:Quick and light in movement or action; agile.(of the mind) Quick to comprehend.
    • Synonyms:agile - quick - deft - spry - alert - brisk - smart
  69. cinch
    • Noun:An extremely easy task.
    • Verb:Secure (a garment) with a belt.
    • Synonyms:girth
  70. lust
    похоть
  71. jaunt
    • Noun:A short excursion or journey for pleasure.
    • Verb:Make such an excursion or journey.
    • Synonyms:excursion - outing - trip - tour - hike
  72. 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
  73. sluice
    • Noun:A sliding gate or other device for controlling the flow of water, esp. one in a lock gate.
    • Verb:Wash or rinse freely with a stream or shower of water.
    • Synonyms:lock - penstock - floodgate
  74. scrawl
    • Verb:Write (something) in a hurried, careless way.
    • Noun:An example of hurried, careless writing: "reams of handwritten scrawl".
    • Synonyms:verb.  scribble - scrabble - doodle - scratchnoun.  scribble - doodle
  75. swoosh
    • Noun:The sound produced by a sudden rush of air or liquid: "the swoosh of surf".
    • Verb:Move with such a sound: "swooshing down beautiful ski slopes".
    • Synonyms:whizz - whiz - sigh
  76. splay
    • Verb:Thrust or spread (things, esp. limbs or fingers) out and apart: "her hands were splayed across his broad shoulders".
    • Noun:A widening or outward tapering of something, in particular.
    • Adjective:Turned outward or widened: "the girls were sitting splay-legged".
    • Synonyms:verb.  widen - spread - broadenadjective.  oblique - skew - slanting
  77. clomp
    Walk with a heavy tread: "she clomped down the steps".
  78. clomp
    Walk with a heavy tread: "she clomped down the steps".
  79. supination
    rotation of the hands and forearms so that the palms face upward.
  80. gloat
    • Verb:Contemplate or dwell on one's own success or another's misfortune with malignant pleasure: "his enemies gloated over his death".
    • Noun:An act of gloating.
  81. shrivel
    • Verb:Wrinkle and contract or cause to wrinkle and contract, esp. due to loss of moisture.Lose momentum, will, or desire; become insignificant or ineffectual.
    • Synonyms:shrink - wrinkle - wither - contract
  82. ruddy
    • (of a person's face) Having a healthy red color.
    • Verb:Make ruddy in color: "a red flash ruddied the belly of a cloud".
    • Synonyms:adjective.  rubicund - florid - rosy - sanguine - reddishverb.  redden
  83. knuckle
    • сустав пальца
    • кулак
    • ударить костяшками пальцев
  84. clodhopper
    • грубые башмаки
    • дурень
  85. beseech
    • Verb:Ask (someone) urgently and fervently to do something; implore; entreat: "they beseeched him to stay".
    • Synonyms:beg - implore - entreat - supplicate - pray - plead
  86. bulimia
    • Noun:Insatiable overeating as a medical condition, in particular.An
    • emotional disorder in which bouts of extreme overeating are followed by
    • depression and self-induced vomiting, purging, or fasting.
  87. limb
    • Noun:An arm or leg of a person or four-legged animal, or a bird's wing.The edge of the disk of a celestial object, esp. the sun or moon.
    • Synonyms:branch - bough - member - extremity
  88. juniper
    можжевельник
  89. wisp
    • Noun:A small thin or twisted bunch, piece, or amount of something: "wisps of smoke".A small bunch of hay or straw used for drying or grooming a horse.
    • Synonyms:tuft
  90. twang
    • Noun:A strong ringing sound such as that made by the plucked string of a musical instrument or a released bowstring.
    • Verb:Make or cause to make such a sound.
  91. gingerly
    • Adverb:In a careful or cautious manner: "Jackson sat down gingerly".
    • Adjective:Showing great care or caution: "a gingerly pace".
    • Synonyms:adverb.  carefully - cautiously - warily - guardedly - gentlyadjective.  cautious - chary - wary - careful - circumspect - canny
  92. gangly
    Web definitions:gangling: tall and thin and having long slender limbs; "a gangling teenager"; "a lanky kid transformed almost overnight...
  93. abduct
    • Verb:Take (someone) away illegally by force or deception; kidnap.(of a muscle) Move (a limb or part) away from the midline of the body or from another part.
    • Synonyms:kidnap - ravish - hijack - carry off - steal
  94. throb
    • Verb:Beat or sound with a strong, regular rhythm; pulsate steadily: "the war drums throbbed"; "the crowded streets throbbed with life".
    • Noun:A strong, regular beat or sound; a steady pulsation: "the throb of the ship's engines".
    • Synonyms:verb.  beat - pulsate - palpitate - pound - pulse - vibratenoun.  beat - pulsation - pulse - palpitation - throbbing
  95. chug
    • Verb:Emit a series of regular muffled explosive sounds, as of an engine running slowly.Consume (a drink) in large gulps without pausing.
    • Noun:A muffled explosive sound or a series of such sounds.
    • Synonyms:verb.  pant - puffnoun.  puff
  96. mold
    • литейная форма
    • плесень
  97. implore
    • Verb:Beg someone earnestly or desperately to do something.
    • Synonyms:entreat - beg - beseech - supplicate - pray - plead
  98. crumbly
    • Adjective:Consisting of or easily breaking into small fragments.
    • Synonyms:friable - brittle
  99. grumpy
    • Adjective:Bad-tempered and sulky.
    • Synonyms:peevish - ill-tempered
  100. grouch
    • Noun:A habitually grumpy person.
    • Verb:Voice one's discontent in an ill-tempered manner; grumble.
    • Synonyms:noun.  grumblerverb.  grumble - murmur - grouse - mutter - growl - repine
  101. 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
  102. squat
    • Verb:Crouch or sit with knees bent and heels close to or touching the buttocks or the back of thighs: "I squatted down in front of him".Adjective:Short and thickset; disproportionately broad or wide: "he was muscular and squat"; "a squat gray house".
    • Noun:A position in which knees are bent and heels are close to or touching buttocks or the back of thighs.
    • Synonyms:verb.  crouch - coweradjective.  stocky - stumpy - dumpy - squab - stubby - podgy
  103. lunge
    • Noun:A sudden forward thrust of the body, typically with an arm outstretched to attack someone or seize something.
    • Verb:Make a lunge: "the guests lunged at the food".
    • Synonyms:thrust
  104. coleslaw
    • Noun:Sliced raw cabbage mixed with mayonnaise and other vegetables, eaten as a salad.
    • Synonyms:slaw
  105. queasy
    • Adjective:Nauseated; feeling sick: "in the morning he was still pale and queasy".Inducing a feeling of nausea: "the queasy swell of the boat".
    • Synonyms:nauseous - squeamish
  106. mastectomy
    Noun:A surgical operation to remove a breast.
  107. suture
    • Noun:A stitch or row of stitches holding together the edges of a wound or surgical incision.
    • Verb:Stitch up (a wound or incision) with a suture.
    • Synonyms:noun.  seam - stitch - sewingverb.  sew - seam - stitch up - stitch
  108. horticulture
    • Noun:The art or practice of garden cultivation and management.
    • Synonyms:gardening
  109. scree
    Noun:A mass of small loose stones that form or cover a slope on a mountain.A slope covered with such stones.
  110. cross pollination
    Web definitions:fertilization by transfer of pollen from the anthers of one flower to the stigma of another.
  111. bricolage
    бриколаж
  112. mire
    • Noun:A stretch of swampy or boggy ground.
    • Verb:Cause to be stuck in mud.
    • Synonyms:noun.  mud - ooze - slough - sludge - morass - bog - slimeverb.  muddy
  113. trapeze
    • Noun:A horizontal bar hanging by two ropes (usually high in the air) and free to swing, used by acrobats in a circus.A
    • harness attached by a cable to a dinghy's mast, enabling a sailor to
    • balance the boat by leaning backward out over the windward side.
    • Synonyms:trapezium
  114. haunch
    бедро
  115. dweeb
    A boring, studious, or socially inept person.
  116. rudder
    руль
  117. calf
    • теленок
    • голень
  118. nuchal
    затылочный
  119. stilt
    • свая
    • ходуля
  120. tendon
    сухожилие
  121. pant
    • Verb:
    • Breathe with short, quick breaths, typically from exertion or excitement.
    • Noun:
    • A short, quick breath.
    • Synonyms:
    • verb. gasp - puff - wheeze
    • noun. gasp - wheeze
  122. slosh
    • Verb:
    • (of liquid in a container) Move irregularly with a splashing sound.
    • Noun:
    • An act or sound of splashing.
    • Synonyms:
    • verb. splash
    • noun. slush - mud - sludge
  123. 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 - shower
    • noun. skin - hide - fur - fell - leather
  124. chunky
    • Adjective:
    • (of a person) Short and sturdy.
    • Bulky and solid.
    • Synonyms:
    • stocky - stubby - stumpy - thickset - squat
  125. libation
    • Noun:
    • A drink poured out as an offering to a deity.
    • The pouring out of such a drink-offering.
  126. bacchanal
    • Noun:
    • An occasion of wild and drunken revelry.
    • A drunken reveler.
    • Synonyms:
    • reveller
  127. scoot
    • Verb:
    • Go or leave quickly.
  128. baleful
    • Adjective:
    • Threatening harm; menacing: "Bill shot a baleful glance in her direction".
    • Having a harmful or destructive effect.
    • Synonyms:
    • evil - sinister - bad - baneful - harmful - pernicious
  129. boar
    кабан
  130. plop
    • Noun:
    • A short sound as of a small, solid object dropping into water without a splash.
    • Verb:
    • Fall or cause to fall with such a sound: "she plopped into the pond".
    • Synonyms:
    • splash
  131. scuttle
    • Noun:
    • A metal container with a sloping hinged lid and a handle, used to fetch and store coal for a domestic fire.
    • An opening with a lid in a ship's deck or side.
    • Verb:
    • Run hurriedly or furtively with short quick steps: "a mouse scuttled across the floor".
    • Sink (one's own ship) deliberately by holing it or opening its seacocks to let water in.
  132. cowpoke
    A cowboy.
  133. shaggy
    лохматый
  134. glen
    узкая долина

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