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Shameless or impudent.
A feeling of uneasiness or anxity of the conciece caused by regret.
A loud confused noise.
A decree issued by a sovereign or other authority.
Lack of discretion
An incidental payment, benefit privilage.
A tomb, grave, or burial place.
A person who supplicates.
Violent and noisy commotion or disturbance of a crowd.
Engaged in raiding for plunder.
To caution, advise, or counsel against something.
With one hand on hip and elbow bent outward.
Wariness of body or mind from strain.
Sexually unrestrained;lascivious; libertine; lewd.
To think or meditate in silence.
Of or pertaining to money.
A condition, state or situation.
Full of, characterized by or showing presumption.
An attempt ot overthrow or cause the destruction of a goverment.
Something a person does in addition to a principal accupation.
Made hard; harden.
Subject to, led by, or indicative of caprice or whim.
Lack of similarity or equality; inequality; difference.
Capacity for producing a desired result or effect.
A letter, especially a formal or didatic one.
A house of shelter or rest for pilgrims, stangers.
A moving force; impulse; stimulus.
In a dying state; near death.
To waver in mind or opinion; be indecisive or irresolute.
Related by blood.
Without distinctive, interating or stimulanting.
Extremly wicked or villainous plot.
The face or countenance, especially when considered as an index to the charter.
A body of retainers in attendance upon on; important person.
A person who supplicates.
The quality or state of being wearisome.
Subject to praching or burning heat, especially of the sun as a geographical area.
Offensive ac or word.
Bored wiht life.
To persuade by flattery or promises.
Extremily irritable or easily angered.
To impede or hinder; hamper; retard.
Ineffective; incompetent; futile.
A positon or situation from which there is no escape.
Having or showing a disposiotn to avid exertion; slothful.
Mournful,disnal, or gloomy.
Vulgar or indecent in speech, language, etc.; coarselymocking, abusive, or irreverent; scurrilous.
to show excessive admiration or devotion to; flatter or admireservilely
Strong or vhement expression of disapproval.
To give a flase or misleading apperance to.
The act of dissimulation; feigning; hypocrisy.
Amusing in an odd way; whisically humoroug; waggish.
To eject or expel matter, as phlegm, from the throat or lungsby coughing or hawking and spitting; spit.
To examine by touch, especially for the purpose of diagnosingdisease or illness.
Leaving no opportunity for denial or refusal; imperative.
Lacking courage or resolutio; cowardly; faint-hearted; timid.
Excess; an excessive amount.
To put (fear, doubt, suspicion, andger) to rest.
Capable of holding much.
Intended to teach or lecture others. Intended for instruction.
Of or pertaining to a day or each day; daily.
Marked by or attended with ignomy.
To lessen in force or intensity, as wrath, grief.
To pulsate unsual rapidity from exertion emotion.
Hot easily excited to action or display of emotion.
Presenting favorable conditions.
To cast (oneself) face down on the ground in humility, submission, or adoration.
To assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest;agree; consent
Friendship; peaceful harmony.
Requiring great exertion; laborious; difficult.
A configuration, pattern, or organized field having specificproperties that cannot be derived from the summation of itscomponent parts; a unified whole.
To flood; cover or overspread with water; deluge.
The willful giving of false testimony under oath or affirmation,before a competent tribunal, upon a point material to a legalinquiry.
Clearness or lucidity, as of a statement.
Completely contrary to nature, reason, or common sense; absurd;senseless; utterly foolish.
Tremulous fear, alarm, or agitation; perturbation.
Characterized by a ready and continuous flow of words; fluent;glib; talkative
Cheerful readiness, prmptness, or willingness.
Imperturbable self-possession, poise, or assurance.
A heavy barrier of artillery fire to protect one's ownadvancing or retreating troops or to stop the advance ofenemy troops.
having cognizance; aware.
A secret agreement, especially for fraudulent or treacherouspurposes; conspiracy
Injurious to health
Leadership or predominant influence exercised by one nationover others, as in a confederation.
A set of forms all of which contain a particular element, especially the set of all inflected forms based on a singlestem or theme.
Characterized by excessive piousness or moralistic fervor, especially in an affected manner; excessively smooth, suave,or smug.
Having the polish and suavity regarded as characteristic of sophisticated social life in major cities.
Of pertaining to, or capable of walking.
Shameless or impudent.
Like a churl; boorish; rude.
Lacking confidence in one's own ability, worth, or fitness; timid; shy.
A feeling of utter weariness and discontent resulting from satietyor lack of interest; boredom.
Incapable of being investigated, analyzed, or scrutinized; impenetrable.
To forecast or predict (something future) from presentindications or signs; prophesy.
Division or disunion, especially into mutually opposed parties.
Incitement of discontent or rebellion against a government.
Severe in manner or appearance; uncompromising; strict; forbidding.
Large or bulky of body; portly; stout; fat.
Characterized by or expressing derision; contemptuous; mocking.
(of a man or boy) Having traits, tastes, habits, etc., traditionally considered feminine, as softness or delicacy.
Cheerful; merry; gay; blithe; glad.
Readily perceived by the eye or the understanding; evident; obvious; apparent; plain.
Characterized by or given to pretentious or conspicuousshow in an attempt to impress others.
Cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident.
Making or having a harsh sound; grating; creaking.
Zealous; ardent; impassioned.
Used in, suitable for, or resembling an elegy.
Producing or capable of producing offspring, fruit, vegetation, etc., in abundance; prolific; fruitful.
A physical weakness or ailment.
Any disorder or disease of the body, especially one that is chronic or deepseated.
A subtle difference or distinction in expression, meaning, response, etc.
Utterly and shamelessly immoral or dissipated; thoroughly dissolute.
An act or instance of remonstrating.
To emit sparks.
Neatly or effectively concise; brief and pithy, as language.
To impair the quality of; make faulty; spoil.
Uncertainty or fluctuation, especially when caused by inabilityto make a choice or by a simultaneous desire to say or dotwo opposite or conflicting things.
Having analogy; corresponding in some particular.
A representative sent on a mission or errand.
The state of being happy, especially in a high degree; bliss.
Used or adapted for setting property on fire.
Generous in forgiving an insult or injury; free from petty resentfulness or vindictiveness.
Gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood.
A quick, witty reply.
Existing or being everywhere, especially at the same time; omnipresent.
commanding respect because of great age or impressive dignity; worthy of veneration or reverence, as because of high office or noble character.
Appearance, especially the look or expression of the face.
Removal from an office or position.
Passing aimlessly from one subject to another; digressive; rambling.
Any witty, ingenious, or pointed saying tersely expressed.
To represent fictitiously; put on an appearance of.
to introduce (something additional or extraneous) betweenother things or parts; interject; interpose; intercalate.
Using few words; expressing much in few words; concise.
Air, bearing, or demeanor, as showing character, feeling, etc..
Habitual observance of truth in speech or statement; truthfulness.
Produced by a distortion or lopsidedness of the facial features.
To perplex or amaze, especially by a sudden disturbance or surprise; bewilder; confuse.
Any ecclesiastic entrusted with the cure of souls, as a parishpriest.
Light, airy, or tenuous.
To skip about, as in dancing or playing; frolic.
Liable or subject to change or alteration.
Beginning to exist or develop.
To render utterly perplexed; puzzle completely.
Ostentatious in one's learning.
To lose heart or courage in difficulty or danger; shrink with fear.
Used for, belonging to, or concerned with mere style or effect.
Unduly demonstrative; lacking reserve.
Foolish or inane, especially in an unconscious, complacent manner; silly.
Pertaining to or marked by fever; feverish.
Not credulous; disinclined or indisposed to believe; skeptical.
Incapable of being terminated; unending.
In an oblique manner or direction.
Causing insidious harm or ruin; ruinous; injurious; hurtful.
Characterized by bitter or scornful derision; mocking; cynical; sneering.
A final proposal or statement of conditions.
To twist the body about, or squirm, as in pain, violent effort, etc.
Of keen penetration or discernment; sagacious.
To implore urgently.
To surrencder unconditionally or on stipulated terms.
To express earnest disapproval of.
To gather slowly and laboriously, bit by bit.
To confuse, bewilder, or stupefy.
Pity. The quality or power in an actual life experience or inliterature, music, speech, or other forms of expression, of evoking a feeling of pity or compassion.
Of or pertaining to the first age or ages, especially of the world.
Favorable to or promoting health; healthful.
Anxious or concerned (usually followed by about, for, etc.,or a clause).
Although; even if.
Without charge or payment; free.
An act or instance of interceding.
Often, lineaments. a feature or detail of a face, body, or figure, considered with respect to its outline or contour.
A presentiment or foreboding.
Wastefully or recklessly extravagant.
Extended to great, unnecessary, or tedious length; long and wordy.
An office or position requiring little or no work, especially one yielding profitable returns.
The face, usually with reference to shape, features, expression, etc.; countenance.
Agreeing; conforming; harmonious.
Personal clothing, accessories, etc.
Demeanor; conduct; behavior.
A large-scale public exhibition or show, as of art or manufactured products.
To challenge as false (another's statements, motives, etc.); cast doubt upon.
to attribute or ascribe (something discreditable), as to aperson.
Any low protective wall or barrier at the edge of a balcony, roof, bridge, or the like.
The quality of being pertinacious; persistence.
Moderation or self-restraint in action, statement, etc.; self-control.
An article of food.
Shortness of time or duration; briefness.
Large in quantity or number; abundant; plentiful.
An acute, recurrent disease characterized by painful inflammation of the joints, chiefly those in the feet and hands, and especially in the great toe, and by an excess of uric acid in the blood.
Clothes or clothing.
Annoying; irritating; exasperating; tiresome.
Of great weight; heavy; massive.
Having scruples; having or showing a strict regard for what one considers right; principled.
Various or diverse.
Full of fear; fearful.
Going beyond ordinary limits; surpassing; exceeding.
Capable of burning, corroding, or destroying living tissue.
Indifferent to moral restraints; given to immoral or improperconduct; licentious; dissipated.
Overflowing with fervor, enthusiasm, or excitement; high-spirited:
A group of attendants or associates, as of a person of rank or importance.
To praise highly; laud; eulogize.
to distribute or apportion by measure; allot; dole (usually followed by out ).
Keenly distressing to the feelings.
Firmly resolved or determined; set in purpose or opinion.
Swollen; distended; tumid.
An unreasonable fear or hatred of foreigners or strangers or of that which is foreign or strange.
To inflict suffering upon for purposes of moral improvement; chastise.
Of the nature of the physical body; bodily.
to receive or obtain from a source or origin (usually followed by from ).
Doubtful; marked by or occasioning doubt.
The character or disposition of a community, group, person, etc.
Of doubtful nature or character; questionable; dubious; suspicious.
Deviating from the regular or proper course; erring; straying.
A stick with a pointed or electrically charged end, for driving cattle, oxen, etc.; prod.
Shining brilliantly; gleaming; splendid.
To chew the cud, as a ruminant.
a terse saying embodying a general truth, or astute observation, as “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corruptsabsolutely” (Lord Acton).
To attack vigorously or violently; assault.
(especially of a male parent) To procreate or generate (offspring).
Inclined or eager to fight; aggressively hostile; belligerent;pugnacious.
Communication of thought by words; talk; conversation.
A body of troops stationed in a fortified place.
To implant by repeated statement or admonition; teachpersistently and earnestly (usually followed by upon or in ).
Access or resort to a person or thing for help or protection.
To seize and hold (a position, office, power, etc.) by force or without legal right.
The act of vexing.
Expert or nimble in the use of the hands or body.
The act of allocating; apportionment.
A person who dedicates his or her life to a pursuit of contemplative ideals and practices extreme self-denial or self-mortification for religious reasons.
To influence by trickery, flattery, etc.; mislead; delude.
To prescribe (a course of action) with authority or emphasis.
A diplomatic agent.
The body of doctrine, myth, belief, etc., that guides an individual, social movement, institution, class, or large group.
To intrude into some region or field of trade without a proper license.
To act in an obsequious manner; show servile deference.
Performed, exercised, received, or suffered in place of another.