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- Deportment has to do with how you behave and present yourself. Being polite, well-dressed, and soft-spoken shows excellent deportment.
- behavior, behaviour, conduct, demeanor
The noun attire is just a formal way to say "outfit."
- 1. feel, show, or express great anger.
- 2. emit gas, smoke, or vapor.
- an untidy collection or pile of things
- clutter, muddle, mess, disarray,imbroglio
- extremely bad; appalling.
- awful, terrible, frightful, atrocious
- To fidget is to make little movements with your hands and feet. Even if you're nervous during your job interview, try not to fidget.
- wriggle, squirm, twitch, jiggle, shuffle
- change or cause to change direction abruptly.
- veer, deviate, skew, diverge, sheer, weave
- an official who watches a game or match closely to enforce the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.
- referee, linesman, adjudicator, arbitrator, judge
The valedictorian is usually the student with the highest grades in a class
- prevent the occurrence of
- avert, avoid, debar, deflect, fend off
- causing horror or disgust.
- gruesome, ghastly, frightful, horrid
grasp or seize (something) tightly or eagerly
- a moment.
- we'll be back in a jiffy
carry out or commit a harmful, illegal, or immoral action
a soft mixture of lime with sand or cement and water for spreading on walls, ceilings, or other structures to form a smooth hard surface when dried
being or resembling melting snow
- forbidding or uninviting
- stern, formidable, harsh, flinty
- move or balance unsteadily; sway back and forth
- totter, wobble, toddle, sway, stagger, stumble
- a short, high-pitched sound or cry.
- the door opened with a slight squeak
- (especially of a house or vehicle) in a state of severe disrepair
- tumbledown, dilapidated, derelict, decrepit, neglected
make a gesture with the hand, arm, or head to encourage someone to come nearer or follow.
extremely stupid or foolish
walk slowly and with heavy steps, typically because of exhaustion or harsh conditions.
a large, sharp tooth, especially a canine tooth of a dog or wolf.
poke, prod, dig, nudge, butt, ram
cut or gather (a crop or harvest).
- until now or until the point in time under discussion
- there is a need to replace what has hitherto been a haphazard method of payment
a fatal epidemic disease, especially bubonic plague.
hold royal office; rule as king or queen
- trim (something) by cutting away its outer edges
- cut (off), trim (off), peel (off), strip (off)
- carve (wood) into an object by repeatedly cutting small slices from
- pare, shave, trim, carve, shape
scream, screech, squeal, squawk
- complain or protest about something in a bad-tempered but typically muted way
- his father was grumbling that he hadn't heard a word from him
- complain, grouse, whine, mutter
an angry or bad-tempered expression
- dull, bleak, and lifeless; depressing
- the dreary routine of working, eating, and trying to sleep
- a device formerly used for driving machinery
- a memory
- a biography based on his wife's recollections
tired, worn out, exhausted
- 1. walk by dragging one's feet along or without lifting them fully from the ground; shamble
- 2. a rearrangement in a different order
- he shuffled the cards
drag one's feet; shuffle
- an attitude of patronizing superiority
- disdainfulness, superciliousness
Reckon means guess, or imagine
- an edge, margin, side, brink or border
- they came down to the verge of the lake
Flinty soil is rough and rocky; tough
- having or showing great strength or force or intensity
- fearsome, ferocious
- a continuous rattling sound as of hard objects falling or striking each other
- rattle, clank, clink, clunk, clang
- a fierce or destructive attack.
- assault, attack, offensive