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  1. flare
    • Noun:A sudden brief burst of bright flame or light.
    • Verb:Burn with a sudden intensity: "the blaze across the water flared".
    • Synonyms:noun.  blaze - flashverb.  flame - blaze - flash
  2. surly
    • Adjective:Bad-tempered and unfriendly: "he left with a surly expression".
    • Synonyms:morose - gruff - sullen - sulky
  3. gusto
    • Noun:Enjoyment or vigor in doing something; zest.
    • Synonyms:relish - pleasure - enjoyment - delight - taste - zest
  4. snout
  5. chagrin
    • Noun:Distress or embarrassment at having failed or been humiliated.
    • Verb:Feel distressed or humiliated.
    • Synonyms:noun.  disappointment - grief - sorrow - annoyance - regretverb.  grieve - aggrieve
  6. cower
  7. capricious
    • Adjective:Given to sudden and unaccountable changes of mood or behavior.
    • Synonyms:whimsical - wayward - fickle - freakish - crotchety
  8. corroborate
    • Verb:Confirm or give support to (a statement, theory, or finding).
    • Synonyms:confirm - bear out - affirm - verify - support - certify
  9. tenacious
    • Adjective:Not
    • readily letting go of, giving up, or separated from an object that one
    • holds, a position, or a principle: "a tenacious grip".Not easily dispelled or discouraged; persisting in existence or in a course of action: "a tenacious legend".
    • Synonyms:persistent - tough - stubborn - dogged - obstinate
  10. cherub
  11. ethereal
    • Adjective:Extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world.Heavenly or spiritual: "ethereal, otherworldly visions".
    • Synonyms:airy - aerial - etherial
  12. drawl
    • Verb:Speak in a slow, lazy way with prolonged vowel sounds.
    • Noun:A slow, lazy way of speaking or an accent with unusually prolonged vowel sounds: "a Texas drawl".
  13. toil
    • Verb:Work extremely hard or incessantly.
    • Noun:Exhausting physical labor: "a life of toil".
    • Synonyms:verb.  labour - labor - plod - slognoun.  labour - labor - drudgery
  14. luscious
    • Adjective:Having a pleasingly rich, sweet taste: "a luscious and fragrant dessert wine".Richly verdant or opulent.
    • Synonyms:delicious - sweet - succulent - savoury - savory - tasty
  15. lofty
    • Adjective:Of imposing height.Of a noble or exalted nature: "lofty ideals".
    • Synonyms:high - proud - sublime - exalted - noble - elevated
  16. gleam
    • Verb:Shine brightly, esp. with reflected light.
    • Noun:A faint or brief light, esp. one reflected from something.
    • Synonyms:verb.  glitter - sparkle - glisten - shimmer - twinkle - glint
    • noun.  glint - ray - flash - glimmer
  17. pudgy
    • Adjective:(of a person or part of their body) Slightly fat: "his pudgy fingers".
    • Synonyms:podgy - chubby - tubby - roly-poly - plump - dumpy
  18. efface
    • Verb:Erase (a mark) from a surface: "words effaced by frost and rain"; "his anger was effaced when he stepped into the open air".Make oneself appear insignificant or inconspicuous.
    • Synonyms:obliterate - erase - delete - expunge - rub out
  19. 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
  20. deft
    • Adjective:Neatly skillful and quick in one's movements: "a deft piece of footwork".Demonstrating skill and cleverness.
    • Synonyms:adroit - dexterous - skillful - skilful - clever
  21. flutter
  22. imprudent
  23. exasperate
    • Verb:Irritate intensely; infuriate.
    • Synonyms:irritate - aggravate - provoke - nettle - enrage - anger
  24. stoop
    • Verb:Bend one's head or body forward and downward: "he stooped down".
    • Noun:A posture in which the head and shoulders are habitually bent forward: "a tall, thin man with a stoop".A porch with steps in front of a house or other building.
    • Synonyms:verb.  bend - bow - inclinenoun.  slouch
  25. glean
    • Verb:Extract (information) from various sources.Collect gradually and bit by bit.
    • Synonyms:gather - collect - pick up - pick
  26. egregious
    • Adjective:Outstandingly bad; shocking.Remarkably good.
    • Synonyms:outrageous
  27. wry
    Adjective:Using or expressing dry, esp. mocking, humor.(of a person's face or features) Twisted into an expression of disgust, disappointment, or annoyance.
  28. apoplectic
    Adjective:Overcome with anger; extremely indignant.Relating to or denoting apoplexy (stroke): "an apoplectic attack".
  29. gutter
    • Noun:A shallow trough fixed beneath the edge of a roof for carrying off rainwater.
    • Verb:(of a candle or flame) Flicker and burn unsteadily.
    • Synonyms:ditch - channel - drain - gully - groove - trough
  30. mirth
    • Noun:Amusement, esp. as expressed in laughter: "his six-foot frame shook with mirth".
    • Synonyms:gaiety - glee - merriment - joy - hilarity - rejoicing
  31. beech
    буковое дерево
  32. ember
    тлеющие угли
  33. divine
    Verb:Discover (something) by guesswork or intuition: "his brother usually divined his ulterior motives".
  34. incessant
    Adjective:(of something regarded as unpleasant) Continuing without pause or interruption: "the incessant beat of the music".
  35. thug
    Noun:A violent person, esp. a criminal.
  36. salve
  37. blot
    • Noun:A dark mark or stain, typically one made by ink, paint, or dirt.
    • Verb:Dry (a wet surface or substance) using an absorbent material: "Guy blotted his face with a dust rag".
    • Synonyms:noun.  stain - spot - smudge - smear - smirch - taint - blemishverb.  stain - spot - smear - smudge - soil
  38. janitor
    • Noun:A person employed as a caretaker of a building; a custodian.
    • Synonyms:porter - doorkeeper - caretaker - doorman - concierge
  39. nagger
    Web definitions:scold: someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault.
  40. blare
    • Verb:Sound loudly and harshly: "the ambulance arrived, siren blaring".
    • Noun:A loud harsh sound.
    • Synonyms:trumpet
  41. bawl
    • Verb:Shout or call out noisily and unrestrainedly: "“Move!” bawled the drill sergeant"; "lustily bawling out the hymns".
    • Noun:A loud, unrestrained shout.
    • Synonyms:verb.  yell - shout - scream - cry - roar - vociferate - bellow
  42. trudge
    • Verb:Walk slowly and with heavy steps, typically because of exhaustion or harsh conditions.
    • Noun:A difficult or laborious walk: "the long trudge back".
    • Synonyms:plod
  43. smolder
    • Verb:Burn slowly with smoke but no flame.
    • Noun:Smoke coming from a fire that is burning slowly without a flame.
  44. ratchet
  45. chow
  46. flagellation
    Web definitions:beating as a source of erotic or religious stimulation.
  47. pallid
    • Adjective:(of a person's face) Pale, typically because of poor health.Feeble or insipid.
    • Synonyms:pale - wan - colorless - sallow - mealy - colourless
  48. whatchamacallit
    • Noun:Used to refer to a person or thing whose name one cannot recall, does not know, or does not wish to specify.
    • Synonyms:what-d'you-call-it
  49. straggle
    • Verb:Move along slowly, typically in a small irregular group, so as to remain some distance behind the person or people in front.
    • Noun:An untidy or irregularly arranged mass or group of something: "a straggle of cottages".
    • Synonyms:wander
  50. pimple
  51. craven
    • Adjective:Contemptibly lacking in courage; cowardly.
    • Synonyms:cowardly - lily-livered - recreant - chicken-hearted
  52. slack
    • Adjective:Not taut or held tightly in position; loose.
    • Noun:The part of a rope or line not held taut; the loose or unused part.Coal dust or small pieces of coal.
    • Verb:Loosen (something, esp. a rope).Adverb:Loosely.
    • Synonyms:adjective.  lax - loose - sluggish - slow - remiss - limp - languidverb.  slacken - relax
  53. sallow
    • Adjective:(of a person's complexion) Of an unhealthy yellowish color.Verb:Make sallow.
    • Noun:A willow tree, esp. one of a low-growing or shrubby kind.
    • Synonyms:adjective.  pale - pallid - wan - yellowish - pastynoun.  willow - osier
  54. manic
    • Adjective:Showing wild and apparently deranged excitement and energy: "manic enthusiasm".Frenetically busy; frantic: "the pace is manic as we near our deadline".
    • Synonyms:maniac
  55. croak
    • Noun:A deep hoarse sound made by a frog.
    • Verb:(of a frog) Make a characteristic deep hoarse sound.
    • Synonyms:noun.  cawverb.  caw
  56. seep
    • Verb:(of a liquid) Flow or leak slowly through porous material or small holes.
    • Noun:A place where petroleum or water oozes slowly out of the ground.
    • Synonyms:verb.  ooze - leak - percolate - trickle - drip - filternoun.  seepage - leakage
  57. whir
    • Verb:(esp. of a machine or a bird's wings) Make a low, continuous, regular sound.
    • Noun:A sound of such a type: "the whir of the projector".
    • Synonyms:verb.  whirr - buzz - hum - zoom - drone - whiznoun.  whirr - buzz - drone - hum - whizz - whiz - zoom
  58. speck
    • Noun:A tiny spot: "the figure had become a mere speck".
    • Verb:Mark with small spots: "their skin was specked with goose pimples".
    • Synonyms:noun.  spot - speckle - fleck - stainverb.  speckle - mottle - spot
  59. tacky
    • Adjective:(of glue, paint, etc.) Retaining a slightly sticky feel; not fully dry.Showing poor taste and quality: "his tacky decor".
    • Synonyms:sticky - adhesive - gummy - gluey - viscous - glutinous
  60. dope
    • Noun:A drug taken illegally for recreational purposes, esp. marijuana or heroin.
    • Verb:Administer drugs to (a racehorse, greyhound, or athlete) in order to inhibit or enhance sporting performance.
    • Synonyms:noun.  narcotic - drugverb.  drug
  61. parka
    Noun:A large windproof jacket with a hood, designed to be worn in cold weather.A hooded jacket made of animal skin, worn by Eskimos.
  62. snuggery
    Noun:A cozy or comfortable place, esp. someone's private room or den.
  63. wino
    • Noun:A person who drinks excessive amounts of cheap wine or other alcohol, esp. one who is homeless.
    • Synonyms:drunkard - drinker - boozer
  64. haggard
    • Adjective:Looking exhausted and unwell, esp. from fatigue, worry, or suffering.Noun:A haggard hawk.
    • Synonyms:emaciated - gaunt
  65. wad
    • Noun:A lump or bundle of a soft material, used for padding, stuffing, or wiping: "a wad of cotton".
    • Verb:Compress (a soft material) into a lump or bundle: "a wadded handkerchief".
    • Synonyms:noun.  bundle - sheafverb.  pad
  66. heft
    • Verb:Lift or carry (something heavy).Noun:The weight of someone or something.
    • Synonyms:verb.  raise - lift - heave - weighnoun.  weight - heaviness - ponderosity - burden
  67. rigmarole
    Noun:A lengthy and complicated procedure.A long, rambling story or statement.
  68. wheedle
    • Verb:Employ endearments or flattery to persuade someone to do something or give one something: "you can wheedle your way onto a court".Coax or persuade someone to do something.
    • Synonyms:cajole - coax - blandish - flatter - adulate
  69. shyster
    Noun:A person, esp. a lawyer, who uses unscrupulous, fraudulent, or deceptive methods in business.
  70. totter
    • Verb:Move in a feeble or unsteady way.
    • Noun:A feeble or unsteady gait.
    • Synonyms:verb.  stagger - wobble - falter - reel - waver - wabble - swaynoun.  wobble - wabble - stagger
  71. potable
    • Adjective:Safe to drink; drinkable.
    • Synonyms:drinkable
  72. batter
  73. 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
  74. blear
    • Verb:Make dim; blur: "you would blear your eyes with books".
    • Adjective:Dim, dull, or filmy.
    • Noun:A film over the eyes; a blur.
    • Synonyms:verb.  dim - blur - fog - bedim - haze - mistadjective.  bleary - cloudy - misty - dim - hazy
  75. fedora
    мягкая фетровая шляпа
  76. scruffy
    • Adjective:Shabby and untidy or dirty.
    • Synonyms:slovenly - untidy - unkempt
  77. snaggle
    A tangled or knotted mass: "a snaggle of import restrictions".
  78. emaciation
    Web definitions:bonyness: extreme leanness (usually caused by starvation or disease).
  79. snot
  80. thigh
  81. crumple
    • Verb:Crush (something, typically paper or cloth) so that it becomes creased and wrinkled.
    • Noun:A crushed fold, crease, or wrinkle.
    • Synonyms:verb.  rumple - crush - crease - wrinkle - crinklenoun.  crease - pucker - wrinkle - crinkle - fold
  82. effluent
    Liquid waste or sewage discharged into a river or the sea.
  83. burlap
  84. receptacle
    • Noun:An object or space used to contain something: "trash receptacles".An organ or structure that receives a secretion, eggs, sperm, etc.
    • Synonyms:container - vessel
  85. lurch
    • Noun:An abrupt uncontrolled movement, esp. an unsteady tilt or roll.Leave an associate or friend abruptly and without assistance or support in a difficult situation.
    • Verb:Make an abrupt, unsteady, uncontrolled movement or series of movements; stagger: "the car lurched forward".
    • Synonyms:stagger - reel
  86. pantry
    • Noun:A small room or closet in which food, dishes, and utensils are kept.
    • Synonyms:larder - storeroom
  87. concede
    • Verb:Admit that something is true or valid after first denying or resisting it.Admit (defeat) in a contest: "he conceded defeat".
    • Synonyms:admit - allow - grant - acknowledge - recognize - accept
  88. renounce
    • Verb:Formally declare one's abandonment of (a claim, right, or possession).Refuse to recognize or abide by any longer.
    • Synonyms:relinquish - repudiate - disclaim - waive - abdicate
  89. feeble
    • Adjective:Lacking physical strength, esp. as a result of age or illness.(of a sound) Faint.
    • Synonyms:weak - faint - frail - infirm - weakly - low - sickly
  90. garner
    • Verb:Gather or collect (something, esp. information or approval): "garner evidence".
    • Synonyms:store - collect - hoard - gather - accumulate - stock
  91. hoodlum
    • Noun:A person who engages in crime and violence; a hooligan or gangster.
    • Synonyms:hooligan - roughneck - ruffian - rowdy - thug - hood
  92. wasp
  93. weasel
    • Noun:A
    • small, slender, carnivorous mammal (genus Mustela), esp. M. nivalis of
    • northern Eurasia and northern North America, related to, but...
    • Verb:Achieve something by use of cunning or deceit: "trying to weasel my way into his affections".
    • Synonyms:noun.  stoatverb.  equivocate - prevaricate
  94. patsy
    Noun:A person who is easily taken advantage of, esp. by being cheated or blamed for something.
  95. waif
    Noun:A homeless and helpless person, esp. a neglected or abandoned child: "various waifs and strays".An abandoned pet animal.
  96. funk
    • Noun:A state of depression: "I sat absorbed in my own blue funk".A
    • style of popular dance music of US black origin, based on elements of
    • blues and soul and having a strong rhythm that typically...
    • Synonyms:fright - fear - dread - scare - alarm - coward - awe
  97. pipsqueak
    • Noun:A person considered to be insignificant, esp. because they are small or young.
    • Synonyms:peanut
  98. bleat
    • Verb:(of a sheep, goat, or calf) Make a characteristic wavering cry: "the lamb was bleating weakly".
    • Noun:The wavering cry made by a sheep, goat, or calf.
    • Synonyms:verb.  baanoun.  baa
  99. shanghai
    Verb:Force (someone) to join a ship by drugging them.Coerce or trick (someone) into a position or into doing something.
  100. goblet
    • Noun:A drinking glass with a foot and a stem.A metal or glass bowl-shaped drinking cup, sometimes with a foot and a cover.
    • Synonyms:cup - beaker - bowl - chalice - glass
  101. addlepated
    Web definitions:addlebrained: stupid and confused; "blathering like the addlepated nincompoop that you are"; "a confused puddingheaded,.
  102. eminent
    • Adjective:(of a person) Famous and respected within a particular sphere or profession.Used to emphasize the presence of a positive quality: "the guitar's eminent suitability for studio work".
    • Synonyms:distinguished - outstanding - notable - prominent - great
  103. malleable
    • Adjective:(of a metal or other material) Able to be hammered or pressed permanently out of shape without breaking or cracking.Easily influenced; pliable.
    • Synonyms:pliable - pliant - supple - flexible - yielding - ductile
  104. tamarack
    лиственница американская
  105. dicker
    • Verb:Engage in petty argument or bargaining.Treat something casually or irresponsibly; toy with something.
    • Synonyms:bargain - haggle
  106. valise
    Noun:A small traveling bag or suitcase.
  107. beatnik
    A young person in the 1950s and early 1960s belonging to a subculture associated with the beat generation.
  108. exasperate
    • Verb:Irritate intensely; infuriate.
    • Synonyms:irritate - aggravate - provoke - nettle - enrage - anger
  109. stubbly
    bestubbled: having a short growth of beard; "his stubbled chin".
  110. pew
    • Noun:A long bench with a back, placed in rows in the main part of some churches to seat the congregation.An
    • enclosure or compartment containing a number of seats, used in some
    • churches to seat a particular worshiper or group of worshipers.
  111. loogie
    Web definitions: A thick quantity of sputum, usually containing phlegm; Any thick, disgusting liquid.
  112. mongrel
    Noun:A dog of no definable type or breed.Any other animal resulting from the crossing of different breeds or types.
  113. clodhopper
    • Noun:A large, heavy shoe.A foolish, awkward, or clumsy person.
    • Synonyms:bumpkin - lout - boor
  114. debonair
    • Adjective:(of a man) Confident, stylish, and charming.
    • Synonyms:affable - jovial
  115. flabbergasted
    Surprise (someone) greatly; astonish.
  116. aflutter
    excited in anticipation.
  117.  razzle dazzle
    any exciting and complex play intended to confuse (dazzle) the opponent.
  118. raffish
    • Adjective:Unconventional and slightly disreputable, esp. in an attractive manner.
    • Synonyms:rakish - dissolute - dissipated - vulgar
  119. scuff
    • Verb:Scrape or brush the surface of (a shoe or other object) against something.
    • Noun:A mark made by scraping or grazing a surface or object.
    • Synonyms:verb.  shufflenoun.  shuffle
  120. scab
    • Noun:A dry, rough protective crust that forms over a cut or wound during healing.
    • Verb:Become encrusted or covered with a scab or scabs: "she rested her scabbed fingers on his arm".
  121. crabgrass
    A creeping grass (Digitaria and other genera) that can become a serious weed.
  122. blight
    • Noun:A plant disease, esp. one caused by fungi such as mildews, rusts, and smuts.
    • Verb:Infect (plants or a planted area) with blight: "a peach tree blighted by leaf curl".
    • Synonyms:noun.  rustverb.  destroy - blast
  123. grotty
    Adjective:Unpleasant and of poor quality.Unwell.
  124. crumple
  125. clattery
    a rattling sound as of hard things striking together; "a clattery typewriter"; "the clattery sound of dishes".
  126. trestle
    • Noun:A framework consisting of a horizontal beam supported by two pairs of sloping legs, used in pairs to support a flat surface.An open braced framework used to support an elevated structure such as a bridge.
    • Synonyms:easel
  127. chummy
    (used colloquially) having the relationship of friends or pals.
  128. hunch
    • Verb:Raise (one's shoulders) and bend the top of one's body forward: "he hunched his shoulders"; "he hunched over his glass".
    • Noun:A feeling or guess based on intuition rather than known facts: "acting on a hunch".
    • Synonyms:verb.  bend - crook - stoop - bownoun.  hunk - premonition - humpback
  129. droned
    Verb:Make a continuous low humming sound.Speak tediously in a dull monotonous tone: "while Jim droned on".
  130. delinquency
    • Noun:Minor crime, esp. that committed by young people.Neglect of one's duty.
    • Synonyms:crime - offence - offense - criminality
  131. heave
    1. To raise or lift, especially with great effort or force: 2. a. To throw (a heavy object) with great effort; hurl: 3. To utter with effort or pain 4. To vomit (something).

    1. To rise up or swell, as if pushed up; bulge: The sidewalk froze and heaved.2. To rise and fall in turn, as waves.
  132. giddy
    • Adjective:Having a sensation of whirling and a tendency to fall or stagger; dizzy.
    • Verb:Make (someone) feel excited to the point of disorientation.
    • Synonyms:adjective.  dizzy - vertiginous - light-headed - frivolous
    • verb.  swim - whirl
  133. spout
    . To cause to flow or spurt out.2. To utter volubly and tediously.
  134. temple
    The flat part of either side of the head between the forehead and the ear.
  135. prick
    Verb:Make a small hole in (something) with a sharp point; pierce slightly.Noun:An act of piercing something with a fine, sharp point.
  136. suction
    • Noun:The production of a partial vacuum by the removal of air in order to force fluid into a vacant space or procure adhesion.
    • Verb:Remove (something) using suction.
    • Synonyms:absorption
  137. plunder
    • Verb:Steal goods from, (typically using force and in a time of war or civil disorder.
    • Noun:The violent and dishonest acquisition of property.
    • Synonyms:verb.  rob - loot - pillage - sack - despoil - maraud - ransacknoun.  pillage - loot - spoil - booty - robbery - rapine - sack
  138. paw
    • Noun:An animal's foot having claws and pads.
    • Verb:(of an animal) Feel or scrape with a paw or hoof.
    • Synonyms:claw - foot - hand - pad
  139. pounce
    • Verb:(of an animal or bird of prey) Spring or swoop suddenly so as to catch prey.Smooth down by rubbing with pounce or pumice.
    • Noun:A sudden swoop or spring.A fine resinous powder formerly used to prevent ink from spreading on unglazed paper or to prepare parchment to receive writing.
    • Synonyms:claw - talon
  140. obduracy
    adamance: resoluteness by virtue of being unyielding and inflexible.
  141. gobble
    • Verb:Eat (something) hurriedly and noisily.(of a male turkey) Make a characteristic swallowing sound in the throat.
    • Noun:The gurgling sound made by a male turkey.
    • Synonyms:devour
  142. 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
  143. grating
    Adjective:Sounding harsh and unpleasant.
  144. rasp
    • To utter in a grating voice
    • To grate on (nerves or feelings).
  145. reeling
    Verb:Wind a line on to a reel by turning the reel.Bring something attached to a line, esp. a fish, toward one by turning a reel and winding in the line.
  146. jostle
    • Verb:Push, elbow, or bump against (someone) roughly, typically in a crowd.
    • Noun:The action of jostling.
    • Synonyms:verb.  shove - push - hustle - thrustnoun.  push - shove - thrust
  147. dervish
    • Noun:A
    • Muslim (specifically Sufi) religious man who has taken vows of poverty
    • and austerity. Dervishes first appeared in the 12th century;...Synonyms:fakir
  148. tote
    Carry, wield, or convey (something heavy or substantial): "help him tote the books"; "a gun-toting loner".
  149. buckskin
    • Noun:The skin of a male deer.Grayish leather with a suede finish, traditionally made from such skin but now more commonly made from sheepskin.
    • Synonyms:deerskin - doeskin - chamois
  150. obliterate
    • Verb:Destroy utterly; wipe out.Cause to become invisible or indistinct; blot out.
    • Synonyms:efface - erase - delete - wipe out - expunge - annihilate
  151. gnashing
    Verb:Grind (one's teeth) together, typically as a sign of anger.(of teeth) Strike together; grind.
  152. gushing
    Verb:(of a liquid) Flow out in a rapid and plentiful stream, often suddenly.Send out in a rapid and plentiful stream.
  153. sledge
    • Noun:A vehicle on runners for conveying loads or passengers esp. over snow or ice, often pulled by draft animals.A sledgehammer.
    • Verb:Carry (a load or passengers) on a sledge.
    • Synonyms:noun.  sled - sleigh - toboggan - sledgehammerverb.  sled - toboggan - sleigh
  154. bayonet
    • Noun:A swordlike stabbing blade that may be fixed to the muzzle of a rifle for use in hand-to-hand fighting.
    • Verb:Stab (someone) with a bayonet.
    • Synonyms:sword bayonet
  155. fusillade
    • Noun:A series of shots fired or missiles thrown all at the same time or in quick succession: "a fusillade of accusations".
    • Synonyms:volley - firing - shooting
  156. stank
    • Verb:Have a strong unpleasant smell: "the place stank like a sewer"; "his breath stank of drink".Fill a place with such a smell.
    • Synonyms:stink - smell - reek
  157. trundle
    • Verb:(of a wheeled vehicle or its occupants) Move slowly and heavily, typically in a noisy or uneven way: "ten cars trundled past".
    • Noun:An act of moving in such a way.
    • Synonyms:verb.  roll - wheelnoun.  caster - roll - castor - truckle
  158. convalescing
    Recover one's health and strength over a period of time after an illness or operation.
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