Card Set Information
Verb:Make or cause to make a ringing metallic sound, typically a discordant one.
Noun:A ringing metallic sound.
Synonyms:verb. rattle - clatternoun. noise
Verb:Cause to get up or start moving; rouse: "I rousted him out of his bed".Treat roughly; harass.
Noun:Alcohol, esp. hard liquor.
alcohol, esp. in large quantities
: "you used to booze a lot on
expensive hard liquor"; "Michael is trying to quit boozing".
Synonyms:noun. boose - liquor - drink - alcoholverb. boose - drink - tope - tipple
Noun:A small piece of partly burned coal or wood that has stopped giving off flames but still has combustible matter in it.
Synonyms:ash - ember - dross
Verb:Make (a coin) by stamping metal.Produce for the first time: "an example of newly minted technology".
Noun:A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson, as told by Jesus in the Gospels.
Synonyms:parabola - allegory - simile
by or appealing to an abnormal and unhealthy interest in disturbing and
unpleasant subjects, esp. death and disease.Of the nature of or indicative of disease.
Synonyms:unhealthy - diseased - unsound - ill - sickly
Adjective:Very great, bad, or overwhelming: "there was this hellacious hailstorm".
Adjective:(of language or style) Concise and forcefully expressive.(of a fruit or plant) Containing much pith.
Synonyms:terse - concise - succinct
Noun:A person's manner of walking.
Verb:(of a dog or horse) Walk in a trained gait, as at a show
: "the dogs are gaiting in a circle".
Synonyms:pace - walk - tread - step - walking
some sports) An official who watches a game or match closely to enforce
the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.
Verb:Act as an umpire.
Synonyms:noun. referee - judge - arbiter - arbitratorverb. referee - arbitrate - judge - adjudicate
move up and down with no specific path;
Noun:Hard, menial, or dull work.
Synonyms:toil - slavery - hackwork
Noun:A hormone produced by the adrenal cortex.
touch or prod (a person or a part of the body) in a way that causes
itching and often laughter
: "she tickled me under the chin".
Noun:An act of tickling someone
: "a little tickle".
Synonyms:verb. titillate - itchnoun. tickling - titillation
Noun:A short band of tough, flexible, fibrous connective tissue that connects two bones or cartilages or holds together a joint.A membranous fold that supports an organ and keeps it in position.
Synonyms:tie - chord
whitish, flexible connective tissue found in various forms in the
larynx, in the external ear, and in the articulating surfaces of...A particular structure made of this tissue.
Noun:The movement of the tide out to sea
: "the tide was on the ebb"; "the ebb tide".
Verb:(of tidewater) Move away from the land; recede.
Synonyms:noun. decline - reflux - ebb tide - low tideverb. subside - wane - sink - recede - decline - go down
Noun:The front of the leg below the knee.
Verb:Climb quickly up or down by gripping with one's arms and legs
: "he shinned up a tree".
Synonyms:noun. shank - shinbone - tibia - legverb. climb - clamber - scramble
A fit of anger or annoyance; a pique
Noun:A sudden, sharp localized pain.
Verb:(of a part of the body) Suffer a sudden, sharp localized pain.
Synonyms:noun. pangverb. ache - pain
Noun:A style of blues with a strong, fast beat.
Verb:Dance to fast pop or rock music
: "ready to boogie down to the music".
Adjective:Ready to accept control or instruction; submissive.
Synonyms:tractable - obedient - tame - submissive - biddable
Noun:Any of five tendons at the back of a person's knee.
Verb:Cripple (a person or animal) by cutting their hamstrings.
paradoxical anecdote or riddle, used in Zen Buddhism to demonstrate the
inadequacy of logical reasoning and to provoke enlightenment.
The action or fact of forming a united whole: "the work at present lacks cohesion".The sticking together of particles of the same substance.