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To tell or reveal V.
To assist or encourage, especially in wrongdoing VERB
Arrogant and stubborn about one’s (often unproven) beliefs ADJECTIVE
Lacking flavor, dull ADJECTIVE
Inessential, not very vital ADJECTIVE
To force often using threats or intimidation VERB
Prejudice, hostile ADJECTIVE
Extremely, sometimes excessively, careful about small details, precise ADJECTIVE
Sociable, fond of the company of others ADJECTIVE
the crime of holding a belief that goes against established doctrine NOUN
Easy to teach or manage ADJECTIVE
A drink, especially an alcoholic one NOUN
A hated repellant person A formal curse NOUN
Fun chatter, playful conversation NOUN
To criticize or punish severely VERB
Tactless, lacking social graces Adjective
Public shame, disgrace, dishonor NOUN
Made up of dissimilar parts, being of many colors ADJECTIVE
Extremely thin, wasted away ADJECTIVE
Greed, desire for wealth NOUN
Stealthy, secretive ADJECTIVE
Wild, drunken Adjective
Turn over to legal jurisdiction of another government or authority VERB
Large in amount, numerous ADJECTIVE
Easily angered ADJECTIVE
Hired soldier from another country NOUN
Strong fort or defense NOUN
To throw overboard, to discard VERB
To banish, to shut out from a group or society by common consent VERB
One who is intolerant ot differences in others NOUN
To erase or elimintae VERB
Outspoken, blunt Adj.
Special words or phrases used by a specific group of people N.
Careless neglect, often resulting in injury N.
To satisfy temporarily V.
Harsh sounding, grating Adj.
Complete disorder noun
To enlarge, to increase in amount V.
Extreme patriotism, often factoring an aggressive foreign policy noun
Extreme hatred or ill will N.
To praise highly V.
Overused expression noun
Unyielding, firm in opinion Adj.
Lack in self-confidence, shy adj.
A creative work, especially a numbered one Noun
Professed but not necessarily true Adj.
Inequality, difference N.
To forgive or overlook an offense V.
Slight or subtle degree of difference N.
An expert in matters of culture, food, or wine N.
A mystery, something seemingly inexplicable N.
Lack of interest, state of not caring N.
Excessively eager to deliver unasked-for or unwanted help Adj.
Belief or trust N.
Having a buoyant self confident air adj
One who merely dabbles in an art or science N.
An organized group w/ an obsessive devotion to a person or set of principles N.
Doubtful or distrustful of the goodness or sincerity or human motives adj
Having opposing attitudes towards a person, thing or idea; unable to decide Adj.
A leader who appels to citizens’ emotions to obtain power noun
Quiet and modest, reserved Adj.
Without fear, brave Adj.
Extremely poor, lacking necessities like food and shelter Adj.
Scholarly, learned Adj.
A choice between two unpleasant or difficult options N.
The highest point of attainment, the end or climax N.
To be of the same opinion, to agree with V.
To lessen in violence or intensity V.
Conformity to accepted standards of conduct, proper behavior N.
To detest, to hate strongly V.
To distribute, to give out sparingly V.
The whole range or extent N.
One who is outgoing, one who is energized rather than drained by interacting w/ others N.
Amusing in an odd way Adj.
Intentional deceit in speech or conduct N.
A crude dummy or image representing a hated person or group N.
Stern, severe, plain Adj.
Visage, appearance, especially the look or expression of the face N.
Exemption from punishment, immunity N.
Lying face down in humility or submission, overcome or helpless. Adj.
Wisdom, soundness of judgement N.
To confine with shackles V.
Something that causes annoyance or irritation N.
To renounce or give up, to avoid or shun V.
A decree or command used by an authority N.
To cause someone to violate an oath or a vow, to corrupt, or to willfully make a false statement under oath V.
To transform V.
To express sympathy w/ someone who is sad or sorrowful, to grieve with V.
To become weak due to neglect or hardship, to waste away due to longing or desire V.
Scornful, full of contempt, haughty Adj.
To nag or scold, to express disapproval of V.
To retell in detail V.
Dull or tedious, insipis Adj.
Distribution, the act of dispersing something or giving something out N.
Deviating from the usual or proper conduct or opinion Adj.
To determine or decide between opposing sides V.
Understood without being openly expressed, implied, unspoken Adj.
Offense, displeasure N.
A long vehement speech N.
To make clear, to explain V.
Impertinent, brazenly rude or presumptuous. Adj.
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