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The christmas songs are an advent to the Holiday season
a coming into place, view, or being; arrival
The misadventured buisinessman often alluded to his poverty
to refer casually or indirectly; make an allusion
It was evident that the bogus dolalr bill was made by an amateur counter fiter
not genuine; counterfeit; spurious; sham
The maid curried the clothes the old fashioned way, with a washboard and a bucket.
to rub and clean
to dress (tanned hides) by soaking, scraping, beating, coloring, etc.
to beat; thrash
A fever often denotes an infection.
to be a mark or sign of; indicate
to represent by a symbol; stand as a symbol for
The man's impious remark was offensice to the people in the room that were christians
not pious or religious; lacking reverence for god, religious practices, etc.; irreligious; ungodly
Hitler's insidious plan was to murder all the Jew in the world.
stealthy, subtle, cunning, or treacherous
working in a subtle or apparently innocuous way, but nevertheless deadly
The diamond adds intrincis value to the gold ring.
belonging to the essential nature or constitution of a thing
Bananas are foods with high nutritive value.
serving to nourish; providing nutriment; nutritious
He covered the coffin with a pall
a cloth, often of velvet, for spreading over a coffin, bier, or tomb
to become distasteful or unpleasant
Everyone at the tea party brought a set to share so each table had a potpourri of cups and saucers.
a mixture of dried petals of roses or other flowers with spices, kept in a jar for their fragrance
a musical medley
a collection of miscellaneous literary extracts
I want to proffer my friendship with you.
to put before a person for acceptance; offer
The social worker questioned the propriety of the police's request to see confidential records.
the quality or state of being appropriate or fitting
rightness or justness
The pandemonious party was filled with racious lughter.
harsh; strident; grating
After the Gulf War, US put heavy sanctions on Iraq's export on oil.
to authorize, approve, or allow
to ratify or confirm
to penalize, especially byt eh was of discipline
fullness, or state of being fed beyond capacity
satisfied as in one's desire or appetite.
Yes We Can was a popular shibboleth used in the 2008 Obama presidential campaign.
a peculiarity of pronunciation, behavior, mode of dress, etc., that distinguishes a particular class or set of persons
a slogan; catchword
a common saying or belief with little current meaning or truth
He unleashed a spate of angry remarks.
a sudden, almost overwhelming, outpouring
Their loyalty substantiated their friendship
to establish by proof or competent evidence
He took a bite into the succulent pear.
full of juice; juicy
rich in desirable qualities
affording mental nourishment