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 1    A cappella
 2    A fortiori
 3    A priori
 4    À votre santé
 5    Ab initio
 6    Aback
 7    Abaft
 8    Abandon
 9    Abandoned
 10   Abase
 11   Abash
 12   Abate
 13   Abattoir
 14   Abbé
 15   Abbey
 16   Abbreviate
 17   ABCs
 18   Abdicate
 19   Abdomen
 20   Abduct
 21   Abeam
 22   Aberration
 23   Abet
 24   abeyance
 25   abhor
 26   abide
 27   Ability
 28   Abject
 29   Abjure
 30   Ablaze
 31   Able
 32   Able-bodied
 33   Abloom
 34   ablution
 35   abnegate
 36   abnormal
 37   aboard
 38   Abode
 39   Abolish
 40   Abolitionist
 41   Abominable
 42   Aboriginal
 43   Abortion
 44   Abound
 45   About
46   About-face
47   Above
48   Aboveboard
49   Abracadabra
50   Abrade
51   Abrasive
52   Abreast
53   Abridge
54   Abroad
55   Abrogate
56   Abrupt
57   Abscess
58   Abscond
59   Absence
60   Absentminded
61   Absolute
62   Absolution
63   Absolutism
64   Absolve
65   Absorb
66   Abstain
67   Abstemious
68   Abstract
69   Abstracted
70   Abstraction
71   Abstruse
72   Absurdity
73   Abundance
74   Abuse
75   Abut
76   Abysmal
77   Abyss
78   Academe
79   Academic
80   Academy
81   Accede
82   Accelerate
83   Accelerator
84   Accent
85   Accept
86   Acceptable
87   Acceptation
88   Access
89   Accession
90   Accessory
91   Accident
92   Acclaim
 93   Acclamation
 94   Acclimate
 95   Accolade
 96   Accommodate
 97   Accompaniment
 98   Accomplice
 99   Accomplish
100   Accomplished
101   Accord
102   According to
103   According to hoyle
104   Accordingly
105   Accordion
106   Accost
107   Account
108   Accountable
109   Accounting
110   Accouter
111   Accredit
112   Accretion
113   Accrue
114   Acculturation
115   Accurate
116   Accursed
117   Accusation
118   Accustom
119   Ace
120   Acerbic
121   Ache
122   Achieve
123   Achilles’ heel
124   Acid
125   Acid test
126   Acknowledge
127   Acme
128   Acolyte
129   Acoustic
130   Acquaint
131   Acquaintance
132   Acquiesce
133   Acquisition
134   Acquit
135   Acquit oneself
136   Acquittal
137   Acrid
138   Acrimony
139   Acrobat
140   Acronym
141   Acrophobia
142   Across
143   Across-the-board
144   Acrostic
145   Act
146   Acting
147   Action
148   Activity
149   Actor
150   Actual
151   Actuary
152   Actuate
153   Acumen
154   Acute
155   Ad
156   Ad hoc
157   Ad infinitum
158   Ad libitum
159   Ad rem
160   Ad valorem
161   Adage
162   Adamant
163   Adapt
164   Add
165   Addendum
166   Adder
167   Addict
168   Addition
169   Addle
170   Address
171   Adduce
172   Adept
173   Adequate
174   Adhere
175   Adherent
176   Adhesive
177   Adieu
178   Adjacent
179   Adjoin
180   Adjourn
181   Adjudge
182   Adjunct
183   Adjure
184   Adjust
185   Adjutant
186   Ad-lib
187   Administer
188   Administration
189   Admirable
190   Admire
191   Admission
192   Admit
193   Admonition
194   Ado
195   Adobe
196   Adolescence
197   Adopt
198   Adore
199   Adorn
200   Adrift
201   Adroit
202   Adulate
203   Adulterate
204   Adultery
205   Adumbrate
206   Advance
207   Advantage
208   Advent
209   Adventitious
210   Adventure
211   Adventurer
212   Adversary
213   Adversity
214   Advert
215   Advertisement
216   Advice
217   Advocate
218   Aegis
219   Aerate
220   Aerial
221   Aeronautics
222   Aerosol
223   Aerospace
224   Aesthetic
225   Afar
226   Affable
227   Affair
228   Affect
229   Affectation
230   Affection
231   Affectionate
232   Affidavit
233   Affiliate
234   Affinity
235   Affirm
236   Affirmation
237   Affix
238   Afflict
239   Affluent
240   Afford
241   Affray
242   Affront
243   Aficionado
244   Afield
245   Afire aflame
246   Afloat
247   Aflutter
248   Afoot
249   Aforesaid
250   Afoul
251   Afraid
252   African-American
253   Aft
254   After
255   Aftermath
256   Afternoon
257   Afterthought
258   Afterward(s)
259   Again
260   Against
261   Agape
262   Age
263   Ageless
264   Agelong
265   Agent
266   Agent provocateur
267   Agglomerate
268   Agglutinate
269   Aggrandize
270   Aggravate
271   Aggregate
272   Aggression
273   Aggrieved
274   Aghast
275   Agile
276   Agitate
277   Agitation
278   Agnostic
279   Agnus dei
280   Ago
281   Agog
282   Agony
283   Agree
284   Agreeable
285   Agreement
286   Agriculture
287   Aground
288   Ague
289   Ahead
290   Aid
291   Aide
292   Ail
293   Ailment
294   Aim
295   Aimless
296   Air
297   Air pollution
298   Aircraft
299   Airing
300   Airline
301   Airliner
302   Airport
303   Airs
304   Airsick
305   Airtight
306   Airy
307   Aisle
308   Ajar
309   Akimbo
310   Akin
311   Al fresco
312   Alacrity
313   Alarm
314   Alarmist
315   Alas
316   Albeit
317   Album
318   Alchemy
319   Alcoholic
320   Alcove
321   Ale
322   Aleatory
323   Alert
324   Alias
325   Alibi
326   Alien
327   Alienate
328   Alienist
329   Alight
330   Align
331   Alike
332   Aliment
333   Alimony
334   Alive
335   All
336   All right
337   All-around
338   Allay
339   Allege
340   Allegiance
341   Allegory
342   Allergy
343   Alleviate
344   Alley
345   Alliance
346   Allocate
347   Allocution
348   Allot
349   Allow
350   Allowance
351   Alloy
352   Allude
353   Allure
354   Allusion
355   Ally
356   Almanac
357   Almighty
358   Almost
359   Alms
360   Aloft
361   Alone
362   Along
363   Alongside
364   Aloof
365   Aloud
366   Alphabet
367   Already
368   Also
369   Also-ran
370   Altar
371   Alter
372   Alter ego
373   Altercation
374   Alternate
375   Alternative
376   Although
377   Altitude
378   Altogether
379   Altruism
380   Alumna
381   Always
382   Amain
383   Amalgamation
384   Amanuensis
385   Amass
386   Amateur
387   Amative amatory
388   Amaze
389   Ambassador
390   Ambience
391   Ambient
392   Ambiguous
393   Ambit
394   Ambition
395   Ambivalence
396   Amble
397   Ambush
398   Ameliorate
399   Amenable
400   Amend
401   Amenities
402   Amiable
403   Amicable
404   Amicus curiae
405   Amid
406   Amiss
407   Ammunition
408   Amnesia
409   Amnesty
410   Amok amuck
411   Among
412   Amoral
413   Amorous
414   Amorphous
415   Amount
416   Amour-propre
417   Amphetamine
418   Amphitheater
419   Ample
420   Amplify
421   Amputate
422   Amulet
423   Amusement
424   Anachronism
425   Anagram
426   Anal
427   Analgesic
428   Analogous
429   Analysis
430   Anarchy
431   Anathema
432   Anatomy
433   Ancestry
434   Anchor
435   Anchorage
436   Anchorite
437   Ancien régime
438   Ancient
439   Ancillary
440   And
441   Andiron
442   Anecdote
443   Anemia
444   Anesthesia
445   Anesthetic
446   Anew
447   Angel
448   Anger
449   Angle
450   Angry
451   Anguish
452   Angularity
453   Anile
454   Animadversion
455   Animal
456   Animate
457   Animosity
458   Ankle
459   Annals
460   Anneal
461   Annex
462   Annihilate
463   Anniversary
464   Annotate
465   Announce
466   Annoy
467   Annual
468   Annul
469   Annular
470   Anoint
471   Anonymous
472   Another
473   Answer
474   Answerable
475   Antagonism
476   Ante bellum
477   Antecede
478   Antechamber anteroom
479   Antedate
480   Antenna
481   Anthem
482   Anthology
483   Antibiotic
484   Antic
485   Anticipate
486   Anticlimax
487   Antidote
488   Antipathy
489   Antipodes
490   Antiquated
491   Antique
492   Antiquity
493   Antiseptic
494   Antisocial
495   Antithesis
496   Anus
497   Anxiety
498   Any
499   Anybody anyone
500   Anyhow
501   Apart
502   Apartment
503   Apathy
504   Ape
505   Apéritif
506   Aperture
507   Apex
508   Aphorism
509   Aphrodisiac
510   Apiece
511   Aplomb
512   Apocalypse
513   Apology
514   Apoplexy
515   Apostate
516   Apostle
517   Apothecary
518   Apothegm
519   Apotheosis
520   Appall
521   Apparatus
522   Apparel
523   Apparent
524   Apparition
525   Appeal
526   Appear
527   Appearance
528   Appease
529   Append
530   Appendage
531   Appendix
532   Appetite
533   Appetizer
534   Appetizing
535   Applause
536   Appliance
537   Applicable
538   Application
539   Apply
540   Appoint
541   Appointment
542   Apportionment
543   Apposite
544   Appraise
545   Appreciable
546   Appreciate
547   Apprehend
548   Apprehension
549   Apprentice
550   Apprenticeship
551   Apprise
552   Approach
553   Approbation
554   Appropriate
555   Approve
556   Approximate
557   Appurtenance
558   Apron
559   Apropos
560   Apse
561   Apt
562   Aptitude
563   Aquanaut
564   Aquarium
565   Aquatic
566   Aqueduct
567   Aquiline
568   Arabesque
569   Arable
570   Arbiter
571   Arbitrary
572   Arbitration
573   Arbitrator
574   Arbor
575   Arboretum
576   Arc
577   Arcade
578   Arcane
579   Arch
580   Archaeology
581   Archaic
582   Archer
583   Archetype
584   Architect
585   Architecture
586   Archive
587   Archway
588   Arctic
589   Ardent
590   Ardor
591   Arduous
592   Area
593   Arena
594   Argot
595   Argument
596   Argumentative
597   Aria
598   Arid
599   Arise
600   Aristocracy
601   Arithmetic
602   Arm
603   Armistice
604   Armoire
605   Armor
606   Armory
607   Arms
608   Army
609   Aroma
610   Around
611   Arouse
612   Arraign
613   Arrange
614   Arrangement
615   Arrant
616   Array
617   Arrears
618   Arresting
619   Arrière-pensée
620   Arrival
621   Arrogance
622   Arrogate
623   Arrow
624   Arsenal
625   Arson
626   Art
627   Artery
628   Artful
629   Article
630   Articulate
631   Artifact
632   Artifice
633   Artificial
634   Artillery
635   Artisan
636   Artist
637   Artistic
638   Artless
639   Ascent
640   Ascertain
641   Asceticism
642   Ascribe
643   Ash
644   Ashamed
645   Ashen
646   Ashore
647   Asian
648   Aside
649   Asinine
650   Ask
651   Askance
652   Askew
653   Aslant
654   Asleep
655   Aspect
656   Asperity
657   Asphyxia
658   Aspire
659   Ass
660   Assail
661   Assassin
662   Assault
663   Assay
664   Assemblage
665   Assemble
666   Assembly line
667   Assent
668   Assert
669   Assertive
670   Assess
671   Assets
672   Asshole
673   Assiduous
674   Assign
675   Assignation
676   Assimilate
677   Assist
678   Assistant
679   Associate
680   Association
681   Assort
682   Assuage
683   Assume
684   Assurance
685   Astern
686   Asteroid
687   Astir
688   Astonish
689   Astray
690   Astride
691   Astringent
692   Astrology
693   Astronautics
694   Astronomy
695   Astute
696   Asunder
697   Asylum
698   Asymmetric
699   Atavism
700   Atheist
701   Athletic
702   Atlas
703   Atmosphere
704   Atoll
705   Atom
706   Atomize
707   Atonement
708   Atrocity
709   Attaché
710   Attachment
711   Attack
712   Attain
713   Attempt
714   Attend
715   Attention
716   Attenuate
717   Attest
718   Attic
719   Attire
720   Attitude
721   Attorney
722   Attraction
723   Attribution
724   Attrition
725   Au contraire
726   Au courant
727   Au fait
728   Au naturel
729   Au pair
730   Auction
731   Audacity
732   Audible
733   Audience
734   Audit
735   Audition
736   Auditor
737   Auditorium
738   Auditory
739   Augment
740   Augur
741   August
742   Aura
743   Aureole
744   Auspice
745   Auspicious
746   Austere
747   Authentic
748   Authenticate
749   Author
750   Authoritarian
751   Authoritative
752   Authority
753   Authorization
754   Automatic
755   Autonomy
756   Autopsy
757   Autumn
758   Auxiliary
759   Avail
760   Avail oneself of
761   Available
762   Avalanche
763   Avant-garde
764   Avarice
765   Ave atque vale
766   Ave maria
767   Avenge
768   Avenue
769   Aver
770   Average
771   Averse
772   Avert
773   Aviation
774   Avidity
775   Avocation
776   Avoidance
777   Avouch
778   Avow
779   Await
780   Awake
781   Award
782   Aware
783   Away
784   Awe
785   Awesome
786   Awful
787   Awkward
788   Awning
789   Awry
790   Axaxe
791   Axiom
792   Axis
793   Axle
794   Azure
795   Babble
796   Baby
797   Bacchanal
798   Bachelor
799   Back
800   Backbite
801   Backbone
802   Backfire
803   Background
804   Backlash
805   Backsliding
806   Backup
807   Backward
808   Backwoods
809   Bad
810   Bad taste
811   Badge
812   Badger
813   Badmouth
814   Badness
815   Baffle
816   Bag
817   Bagatelle
818   Baggage
819   Baggy
820   Bagpipe
821   Bail
822   Bailiff
823   Bailiwick
824   Bait
825   Bake
826   Balance
827   Balcony
828   Bald
829   Balderdash
830   Bale
831   Baleful
832   Balk
833   Ball
834   Ballad
835   Ballast
836   Ballet
837   Balloon
838   Ballot
839   Ballroom
840   Balm
841   Balmy
842   Baloney
843   Bamboozle
844   Ban
845   Banal
846   Band
847   Bandage
848   Bandit
849   Bandy
850   Bandy-legged
851   Bane
852   Bang
853   Bangle
854   Banish
855   Bank
856   Banknote
857   Bankroll
858   Bankrupt
859   Banner
860   Banquet
861   Banter
862   Baptize
863   Bar
864   Barb
865   Barbarian
866   Barbarism
867   Barbarous
868   Barbecue
869   Barber
870   Barbiturate
871   Barefaced
872   Barely
873   Barf
874   Bargain
875   Barge
876   Bark
877   Barker
878   Barn
879   Baroque
880   Barracks
881   Barrage
882   Barrel
883   Barren
884   Barricade
885   Barrier
886   Barter
887   Base
888   Basement
889   Bash
890   Bashful
891   Basic
892   Basin
893   Basis
894   Bask
895   Basket
896   Basket case
897   Bass
898   Bastard
899   Baste
900   Bastion
901   Bat
902   Batch
903   Bath
904   Bathhouse
905   Bathos
906   Bathroom
907   Baton
908   Batter
909   Battery
910   Battle
911   Battle-ax
912   Battlefield
913   Battleship
914   Batty
915   Bauble
916   Bawdy
917   Bawl
918   Bawl out
919   Bay
920   Bayou
921   Bazaar
922   Be
923   Beach
924   Beachcomber
925   Beacon
926   Bead
927   Beak
928   Beam
929   Bean
930   Beanery
931   Bear
932   Bear arms
933   Beard
934   Bearded
935   Beardless
936   Bearing
937   Beast
938   Beastly
939   Beat
940   Beatify
941   Beatnik
942   Beat-up
943   Beau
944   Beau geste
945   Beau monde
946   Beauty
947   Because
948   Beckon
949   Become
950   Becoming
951   Bed
952   Bedding
953   Bedlam
954   Bedraggled
955   Bedridden
956   Bedrock
957   Beef
958   Beefy
959   Beer
960   Befit
961   Before
962   Befriend
963   Beg
964   Beget
965   Beggar
966   Beginning
967   Begrudge
968   Beguile
969   Behalf
970   Behave
971   Behead
972   Behind
973   Behold
974   Being
975   Belabor
976   Belated
977   Belch
978   Belief
979   Belittle
980   Bell
981   Belle
982   Belles-lettres
983   Belligerent
984   Bellow
985   Belly
986    Belong
987    Beloved
988    Below
989    Belt
990    Bench
991    Benchmark
992    Bend
993    Beneath
994    Benediction
995    Benefactor
996    Beneficent
997    Beneficiary
998    Benefit
999    Benevolence
1000   Benign
1001   Bent
1002   Bequest
1003   Berate
1004   Bereft
1005   Berserk
1006   Berth
1007   Beseech
1008   Beset
1009   Beside
1010   Besides
1011   Besiege
1012   Besmirch
1013   Best
1014   Bestial
1015   Bestow
1016   Bet
1017   Bête noire
1018   Betray
1019   Betrothal
1020   Better
1021   Bettor
1022   Between
1023   Bevel
1024   Beverage
1025   Bevy
1026   Beware
1027   Bewilder
1028   Beyond
1029   Bias
1030   Bible
1031   Bicker
1032   Bicycle
1033   Bid
1034   Bier
1035   Big
1036   Big shot
1037   Bigot
1038   Bigwig
1039   Bile
1040   Bilge
1041   Bilk
1042   Bill
1043   Bill of fare
1044   Billboard
1045   Billet-doux
1046   Billfold
1047   Billow
1048   Bin
1049   Bind
1050   Binder
1051   Binge
1052   Bingo
1053   Biography
1054   Biology
1055   Birds
1056   Birth
1057   Birth control
1058   Birthplace
1059   Biscuit
1060   Bisect
1061   Bisexual
1062   Bishop
1063   Bistro
1064   Bit
1065   Bitch
1066   Bite
1067   Biting
1068   Bitter
1069   Bivouac
1070   Bizarre
1071   Blab
1072   Black
1073   Black magic
1074   Blackball
1075   Blackboard
1076   Blacken
1077   Blackguard
1078   Blackjack
1079   Blacklist
1080   Blackmail
1081   Black-market
1082   Blackout
1083   Bladder
1084   Blade
1085   Blahs
1086   Blame
1087   Blanch
1088   Bland
1089   Blandish
1090   Blank
1091   Blanket
1092   Blare
1093   Blasé
1094   Blasphemy
1095   Blast
1096   Blast off
1097   Blatant
1098   Blaze
1099   Blazon
1100   Bleach
1101   Bleachers
1102   Bleak
1103   Blear
1104   Bleed
1105   Blemish
1106   Blend
1107   Bless
1108   Blessing
1109   Blight
1110   Blimp
1111   Blind
1112   Blindfold
1113   Blindness
1114   Blink
1115   Bliss
1116   Blister
1117   Blithe
1118   Blithering
1119   Blitz
1120   Blizzard
1121   Bloat
1122   Blob
1123   Bloc
1124   Block
1125   Blockade
1126   Blond
1127   Blood
1128   Bloodless
1129   Bloodletting
1130   Bloodshed
1131   Bloodsucker
1132   Bloodthirsty
1133   Bloody
1134   Bloom
1135   Blooper
1136   Blossom
1137   Blot
1138   Blotch
1139   Blow
1140   Blowup
1141   Blowzy
1142   Blubber
1143   Bludgeon
1144   Blue
1145   Blue jeans
1146   Blueprint
1147   Blues
1148   Bluff
1149   Blunder
1150   Blunt
1151   Bluntness
1152   Blur
1153   Blurt
1154   Blush
1155   Bluster
1156   Board
1157   Boardinghouse
1158   Boasting
1159   Boat
1160   Bob
1161   Bobble
1162   Bode
1163   Bodily
1164   Body
1165   Bodyguard
1166   Bog
1167   Boggle
1168   Bogus
1169   Bogy bogie
1170   Bohemian
1171   Boil
1172   Boisterous
1173   Bold
1174   Bollix up
1175   Bolt
1176   Bomb
1177   Bombard
1178   Bombast
1179   Bon mot
1180   Bon ton
1181   Bon vivant
1182   Bon voyage
1183   Bona fide
1184   Bonanza
1185   Bond
1186   Bondage
1187   Bone
1188   Boner
1189   Bonnet
1190   Bonus
1191   Bony
1192   Booby
1193   Book
1194   Bookish
1195   Bookkeeping
1196   Bookmaker
1197   Bookworm
1198   Boom
1199   Boomerang
1200   Boon
1201   Boondocks
1202   Boorish
1203   Boost
1204   Boot
1205   Booth
1206   Booty
1207   Border
1208   Bore
1209   Born-again
1210   Borough
1211   Borrowing
1212   Bosh
1213   Bosom
1214   Boss
1215   Botany
1216   Botch
1217   Both
1218   Bother
1219   Bottle
1220   Bottleneck
1221   Bottom
1222   Bottom line
1223   Bottomless
1224   Boudoir
1225   Bough
1226   Boulder
1227   Boulevard
1228   Bounce
1229   Bound
1230   Boundary
1231   Boundless
1232   Bounty
1233   Bouquet
1234   Bourgeois
1235   Bout
1236   Boutique
1237   Bow
1238   Bowels
1239   Bower
1240   Bowl
1241   Bowling
1242   Box
1243   Boxer
1244   Boy
1245   Boycott
1246   Brace
1247   Bracelet
1248   Bracket
1249   Brag
1250   Braid
1251   Brain
1252   Brainchild
1253   Brainstorm
1254   Brainwash
1255   Brake
1256   Bramble
1257   Branch
1258   Brand
1259   Brandish
1260   Brash
1261   Brass
1262   Brat
1263   Brave
1264   Bravura
1265   Brawl
1266   Brawn
1267   Brazen
1268   Breach
1269   Bread
1270   Breadth
1271   Breadwinner
1272   Break
1273   Breakdown
1274   Breakneck
1275   Breakthrough
1276   Breakup
1277   Breakwater
1278   Breast
1279   Breath
1280   Breather
1281   Breathless
1282   Breathtaking
1283   Breeches
1284   Breed
1285   Breeding
1286   Breeze
1287   Brevity
1288   Brew
1289   Bribe
1290   Bric-a-brac
1291   Brick
1292   Bridal
1293   Bridge
1294   Bridle
1295   Brief
1296   Briefcase
1297   Brier
1298   Brigand
1299   Bright
1300   Brilliant
1301   Brim
1302   Brindled
1303   Bring
1304   Brink
1305   Brisk
1306   Bristle
1307   Brittleness
1308   Broach
1309   Broad
1310   Broadcast
1311   Broadminded
1312   Brochure
1313   Brogue
1314   Broil
1315   Broke
1316   Brokenbroken-down
1317   Brokenhearted
1318   Broker
1319   Brooch
1320   Brood
1321   Brook
1322   Broth
1323   Brothel
1324   Brother
1325   Brotherhood
1326   Brow
1327   Browbeat
1328   Brown
1329   Brown-nose
1330   Browse
1331   Bruise
1332   Brunet brunette
1333   Brunt
1334   Brush
1335   Brusque
1336   Brutal
1337   Brutalize
1338   Bubble
1339   Buccaneer
1340   Bucolic
1341   Bud
1342   Buddy
1343   Budge
1344   Budget
1345   Buff
1346   Buffer
1347   Buffet
1348   Buffoon
1349   Bug
1350   Bugbear
1351   Buggy
1352   Build
1353   Building
1354   Bulb
1355   Bulge
1356   Bulk
1357   Bull’s-eye
1358   Bulldoze
1359   Bullet
1360   Bulletin
1361   Bullfighter
1362   Bullshit
1363   Bully
1364   Bulwark
1365   Bum
1366   Bump
1367   Bump off
1368   Bumpkin
1369   Bun
1370   Bunch
1371   Bundle
1372   Bung
1373   Bungalow
1374   Bungle
1375   Bunk
1376   Bunker
1377   Bunting
1378   Buoy
1379   Buoyant
1380   Burden
1381   Bureau
1382   Bureaucracy
1383   Burgeon
1384   Burglar
1385   Burial
1386   Burlesque
1387   Burly
1388   Burn
1389   Burnish
1390   Burrow
1391   Bursary
1392   Burst
1393   Bury
1394   bury the hatchet
1395   Bus
1396   Bush
1397   Bushy
1398   Business
1399   Bust
1400   Bustle
1401   Busy
1402   Busybody
1403   But
1404   Butch
1405   Butcher
1406   Butler
1407   Butt
1408   Butte
1409   Buttocks
1410   Button
1411   Buttress
1412   Buy
1413   Buzz
1414   By
1415   Bygone
1416   Bypass
1417   By-product
1418   Bystander
1419   Byway
1420   Byword
1421   Byzantine
1422   Cab
1423   Cabal
1424   Cabalistic
1425   Cabaña
1426   Cabaret
1427   Cabin
1428   Cabinet
1429   Cable
1430   Cache
1431   Cachet
1432   Cackle
1433   Cad
1434   Cadaver
1435   Cadence
1436   Cadet
1437   Café
1438   Cafeteria
1439   Cage
1440   Cagey
1441   Cajole
1442   Cake
1443   Calamity
1444   Calculate
1445   Calculating
1446   Calendar
1447   Calf
1448   Caliber
1449   Calibrate
1450   Calisthenics
1451   Call
1452   Call girl
1453   Calligraphy
1454   Calling
1455   Callous
1456   Callow
1457   Calm
1458   Calumny
1459   Camaraderie
1460   Camera
1461   Camouflage
1462   Camp
1463   Camp follower
1464   Campaign
1465   Campus
1466   Can
1467   Canal
1468   Cancel
1469   Cancer
1470   Candid
1471   Candidate
1472   Candle
1473   Candor
1474   Candy
1475   Cane
1476   Canine
1477   Canister
1478   Cannibal
1479   Cannon
1480   Canny
1481   Canoe
1482   Canon
1483   Canopy
1484   Cant
1485   Cantankerous
1486   Canteen
1487   Cantilever
1488   Canton
1489   Cantus firmus
1490   Canvas
1491   Canvass
1492   Canyon
1493   Cap
1494   Capable
1495   Capacity
1496   Cape
1497   Caper
1498   Capital
1499   Capitalism
1500   Capitalize
1501   Capitol
1502   Capsize
1503   Capsule
1504   Captain
1505   Caption
1506   Captious
1507   Captivate
1508   Captive
1509   Capture
1510   Car
1511   Carbonated
1512   Carbuncle
1513   Carcass
1514   Carcinogenic
1515   Card
1516   Cardinal
1517   Care
1518   Careen
1519   Career
1520   Careless
1521   Caress
1522   Caretaker
1523   Careworn
1524   Cargo
1525   Caricature
1526   Caring
1527   Carnage
1528   Carnal
1529   Carnival
1530   Carnivorous
1531   Carol
1532   Carom
1533   Carouse
1534   Carousel
1535   Carp
1536   Carpe diem
1537   Carpenter
1538   Carpet
1539   Carriage
1540   Carrion
1541   Carry
1542   Carry on
1543   Cart
1544   Carte blanche
1545   Cartel
1546   Carton
1547   Cartoon
1548   Cartridge
1549   Carve
1550   Cascade
1551   Case
1552   Cash
1553   Cashier
1554   Casing
1555   Cask
1556   Casket
1557   Cassette
1558   Cast
1559   Castaway
1560   Caste
1561   Caster
1562   Castigate
1563   Castle
1564   Castrate
1565   Casual
1566   Casualty
1567   Casus belli
1568   Cat
1569   Cataclysm
1570   Catacombs
1571   Catalog
1572   Cataract
1573   Catastrophe
1574   Catcall
1575   Catch
1576   Catching
1577   Catchy
1578   Categorical
1579   Category
1580   Cater
1581   Cathartic
1582   Cathedral
1583   Catholic
1584   Cattle
1585   Catty
1586   Caucus
1587   Cause
1588   Cause célèbre
1589   Causeway
1590   Caustic
1591   Caution
1592   Cavalcade
1593   Cavalier
1594   Cavalry
1595   Cave canem
1596   Cave cavern
1597   Caveat emptor
1598   Cavernous
1599   Cavil
1600   Cavity
1601   Cavort
1602   Cease
1603   Cease-fire
1604   Ceaseless
1605   Cede
1606   Ceiling
1607   Celebrated
1608   Celebration
1609   Celebrity
1610   Celestial
1611   Celibacy
1612   Cell
1613   Cellar
1614   Cement
1615   Cemetery
1616   Censor
1617   Censorious
1618   Censure
1619   Census
1620   Center
1621   Centrist
1622   Ceramics
1623   Cereal
1624   Cerebral
1625   Ceremony
1626   Certain
1627   Certainty
1628   Certificate
1629   Certify
1630   Cessation
1631   Chacun à son goût
1632   Chafe
1633   Chaff
1634   Chagrin
1635   Chain
1636   Chair
1637   Chalk up
1638   Challenge
1639   Chamber
1640   Chameleon
1641   Champion
1642   Chance
1643   Change
1644   Changeableness
1645   Changeless
1646   Changeling
1647   Channel
1648   Chant
1649   Chaos
1650   Chapel
1651   Chaperon
1652   Chaplain
1653   Chapter
1654   Char
1655   Character
1656   Characteristic
1657   Charade
1658   Charge
1659   Chariot
1660   Charisma
1661   Charitable
1662   Charlatan
1663   Charm
1664   Chart
1665   Charter
1666   Chase
1667   Chasm
1668   Chassis
1669   Chaste
1670   Chastise
1671   Chat
1672   Château
1673   Chattel
1674   Chatter
1675   Chauffeur
1676   Chauvinist
1677   Cheapness
1678   Cheat
1679   Check
1680   Checkered
1681   Cheek
1682   Cheerfulness
1683   Cheerless
1684   Cheesy
1685   Chef
1686   Chef d’oeuvre
1687   Chemical
1688   Cherish
1689   Cherub
1690   Chest
1691   Chestnut
1692   Chew
1693   Chicanery
1694   Chicken
1695   Chide
1696   Chief
1697   Chiefly
1698   Child
1699   Childbirth
1700   Childhood
1701   Childish
1702   Chill
1703   Chime
1704   Chime in
1705   Chimera
1706   Chimney
1707   China
1708   Chink
1709   Chintzy
1710   Chip
1711   Chipper
1712   Chirp
1713   Chisel
1714   Chivalrous
1715   Choice
1716   Choir
1717   Choke
1718   Choose
1719   Choosy
1720   Chop
1721   Choppy
1722   Chord
1723   Chore
1724   Chorus
1725   Chow
1726   Christian
1727   Christmas
1728   Chronic
1729   Chronicle
1730   Chronological
1731   Chubby
1732   Chuck
1733   Chuckle
1734   Chum
1735   Chump
1736   Chunk
1737   Chunky
1738   Church
1739   Churl
1740   Churlish
1741   Churn
1742   Chute
1743   Chutzpah
1744   Cigar
1745   Cigarette
1746   Cinch
1747   Cinder
1748   Cinema
1749   Cipher
1750   Circa
1751   Circle
1752   Circuit
1753   Circuity
1754   Circularity
1755   Circulate
1756   Circumference
1757   Circumlocution
1758   Circumscription
1759   Circumspect
1760   Circumstance
1761   Circumstantiate
1762   Circumvent
1763   Circus
1764   Cistern
1765   Citadel
1766   Cite
1767   Citizen
1768   City
1769   Civic
1770   Civil
1771   Civil servant
1772   Civilization
1773   Civilize
1774   Claim
1775   Claimant
1776   Clairvoyance
1777   Clamber
1778   Clammy
1779   Clamor
1780   Clamp
1781   Clan
1782   Clandestine
1783   Clang
1784   Clap
1785   Claptrap
1786   Clarify
1787   Clarity
1788   Clash
1789   Clasp
1790   Class
1791   Classic
1792   Classification
1793   Clatter
1794   Clause
1795   Claw
1796   Clay
1797   Clean up
1798   Cleanness
1799   Clear
1800   Clearance
1801   Clear-cut
1802   Clearing
1803   Cleave
1804   Cleft
1805   Clemency
1806   Clench
1807   Clergy
1808   Clerk
1809   Clever
1810   Cliché
1811   Click
1812   Client
1813   Cliff
1814   Climate
1815   Climax
1816   Climb
1817   Clinch
1818   Cling
1819   Clinic
1820   Clip
1821   Clique
1822   Cloak
1823   Clobber
1824   Clock
1825   Clod
1826   Clog
1827   Cloister
1828   Clone
1829   Close
1830   Close call
1831   Close-knit
1832   Close-out
1833   Closet
1834   Close-up
1835   Closure
1836   Clot
1837   Cloth
1838   Clothing
1839   Cloud
1840   Cloudburst
1841   Cloudiness
1842   Clout
1843   Cloverleaf
1844   Clown
1845   Cloy
1846   Club
1847   Clubfoot
1848   Clue
1849   Clueless
1850   Clump
1851   Clumsy
1852   Clunk
1853   Cluster
1854   Clutch
1855   Clutter
1856   Coach
1857   Coagulate
1858   Coal
1859   Coalesce
1860   Coalition
1861   Coarse
1862   Coast
1863   Coat
1864   Coax
1865   Cocaine
1866   Cock
1867   Cockeyed
1868   Cocksure
1869   Cocktail
1870   Cocky
1871   Coddle
1872   Code
1873   Codify
1874   Coerce
1875   Coexist
1876   Coffee
1877   Coffer
1878   Coffin
1879   Cogent
1880   Cogitate
1881   Cognizant
1882   Cohabit
1883   Coherence
1884   Coherent
1885   Cohort
1886   Coiffure
1887   Coil
1888   Coin
1889   Coincidence
1890   Coitus
1891   Colander
1892   Cold
1893   Cold shoulder
1894   Cold turkey
1895   Cold-blooded
1896   Colic
1897   Coliseum
1898   Collaborate
1899   Collage
1900   Collapse
1901   Collar
1902   Collate
1903   Colleague
1904   Collect
1905   Collective
1906   College
1907   Collegial
1908   Collide
1909   Collision
1910   Colloquial
1911   Collusion
1912   Cologne
1913   Colonize
1914   Colony
1915   Color
1916   Colored
1917   Colorful
1918   Colorlessness
1919   Colossus
1920   Colt
1921   Column
1922   Coma
1923   Comb
1924   Combat
1925   Combat fatigue
1926   Combatant
1927   Combative
1928   Combination
1929   Combustible
1930   Come
1931   Come across
1932   Come off
1933   Come to
1934   Comeback
1935   Comedian comedienne
1936   Comedown
1937   Comedy
1938   Comely
1939   Come-on
1940   Comeuppance
1941   Comfort
1942   Comfortable
1943   Comforter
1944   Comic
1945   Comics
1946   Command
1947   Commandeer
1948   Commanding
1949   Commando
1950   Commemorate
1951   Commence
1952   Commencement
1953   Commend
1954   Commensurate
1955   Comment
1956   Commentator
1957   Commerce
1958   Commercial
1959   Commiserate
1960   Commissary
1961   Commission
1962   Commit
1963   Commitment
1964   Committee
1965   Commodious
1966   Commodity
1967   Common
1968   Common sense
1969   Commoner
1970   Commonplace
1971   Commonwealth
1972   Commotion
1973   Communal
1974   Commune
1975   Communication
1976   Communion
1977   Communiqué
1978   Communist
1979   Community
1980   Commute
1981   Compact
1982   Companion
1983   Company
1984   Comparison
1985   Compartment
1986   Compass
1987   Compassion
1988   Compatible
1989   Compatriot
1990   Compel
1991   Compendium
1992   Compensation
1993   Compete
1994   Competence
1995   Competition
1996   Compile
1997   Complacent
1998   Complaint
1999   Complement
2000   Completion
2001   Complex
2002   Complexion
2003   Compliant
2004   Complicate
2005   Complicity
2006   Compliment
2007   Complimentary
2008   Comply
2009   Component
2010   Comport
2011   Compos mentis
2012   Compose
2013   Composed
2014   Composer
2015   Composition
2016   Compost
2017   Composure
2018   Compound
2019   Comprehend
2020   Comprehensive
2021   Compress
2022   Comprise
2023   Compromise
2024   Compulsion
2025   Compunction
2026   Compute
2027   Computers
2028   Comrade
2029   Con
2030   Con man
2031   Concatenate
2032   Concavity
2033   Concealment
2034   Concede
2035   Conceit
2036   Conceivable
2037   Conceive
2038   Concentrate
2039   Concentration camp
2040   Concentric
2041   Concept
2042   Conception
2043   Concern
2044   Concert
2045   Concession
2046   Conciliate
2047   Concise
2048   Conclave
2049   Conclude
2050   Conclusive
2051   Concoct
2052   Concomitant
2053   Concord
2054   Concourse
2055   Concrete
2056   Concubine
2057   Concur
2058   Concussion
2059   Condemnation
2060   Condense
2061   Condescend
2062   Condiment
2063   Condition
2064   Condolence
2065   Condom
2066   Condominium
2067   Condone
2068   Conduct
2069   Conductor
2070   Conduit
2071   Cone-shaped
2072   Confection
2073   Confederacy
2074   Confederate
2075   Confer
2076   Confess
2077   Confidant confidante
2078   Confide
2079   Confidence
2080   Confidential
2081   Configuration
2082   Confine
2083   Confinement
2084   Confirm
2085   Confiscate
2086   Conflagration
2087   Conflict
2088   Conformity
2089   Confound
2090   Confrere
2091   Confront
2092   Confuse
2093   Confutation
2094   Congeal
2095   Congenial
2096   Congenital
2097   Congest
2098   Conglomerate
2099   Congratulation
2100   Congregation
2101   Congress
2102   Conjecture
2103   Conjugal
2104   Conjugate
2105   Conjure
2106   Connection
2107   Connivance
2108   Connoisseur
2109   Conquer
2110   Conquest
2111   Consanguinity
2112   Conscionable
2113   Conscious
2114   Conscription
2115   Consecrate
2116   Consecutive
2117   Consensus
2118   Consent
2119   Consequence
2120   Consequential
2121   Consequently
2122   Conservation
2123   Conservative
2124   Conservatory
2125   Conserve
2126   Consider
2127   Considerable
2128   Considerate
2129   Consideration
2130   Consign
2131   Consignee
2132   Consignment
2133   Consist
2134   Consistency
2135   Consistent
2136   Consolation
2137   Console
2138   Consolidate
2139   Consonance
2140   Consort
2141   Consortium
2142   Conspectus
2143   Conspicuous
2144   Conspire
2145   Constant
2146   Constellation
2147   Consternation
2148   Constipate
2149   Constituency
2150   Constituent
2151   Constitute
2152   Constitution
2153   Constraint
2154   Constrict
2155   Construction
2156   Consul
2157   Consult
2158   Consume
2159   Consumer
2160   Consummate
2161   Consumption
2162   Contact
2163   Contagion
2164   Contagious
2165   Contain
2166   Container
2167   Contemplate
2168   Contemporary
2169   Contempt
2170   Contend
2171   Content
2172   Contention
2173   Contents
2174   Contest
2175   Contestant
2176   Context
2177   Contiguity
2178   Continence
2179   Continental
2180   Contingency
2181   Contingent
2182   Continual
2183   Continuance
2184   Continue
2185   Continuity
2186   Contortion
2187   Contour
2188   Contraband
2189   Contraception
2190   Contraceptive
2191   Contract
2192   Contraction
2193   Contractor
2194   Contradict
2195   Contraption
2196   Contrariety
2197   Contrary
2198   Contrast
2199   Contravene
2200   Contretemps
2201   Contribute
2202   Contributor
2203   Contrite
2204   Contrivance
2205   Control
2206   Controversy
2207   Controvert
2208   Contumacy
2209   Contumely
2210   Contusion
2211   Conundrum
2212   Convalesce
2213   Convene
2214   Convenience
2215   Convent
2216   Convention
2217   Conventional
2218   Convergence
2219   Conversant
2220   Conversation
2221   Converse
2222   Conversion
2223   Convert
2224   Convexity
2225   Convey
2226   Conveyance
2227   Convict
2228   Conviction
2229   Convince
2230   Convoke
2231   Convoluted
2232   Convolution
2233   Convoy
2234   Convulse
2235   Cook
2236   Cookie
2237   Cooking
2238   Cookout
2239   Cool
2240   Cooperation
2241   Coordinate
2242   Cop
2243   Cop out
2244   Cope
2245   Copious
2246   Copulate
2247   Copy
2248   Coquette
2249   Cord
2250   Cordial
2251   Core
2252   Cork
2253   Corkscrew
2254   Corner
2255   Cornerstone
2256   Cornucopia
2257   Corny
2258   Corollary
2259   Coronary
2260   Coronation
2261   Corporation
2262   Corporeal
2263   Corps
2264   Corpse
2265   Corpulence
2266   Corpus delicti
2267   Corral
2268   Correct
2269   Correlation
2270   Correspondence
2271   Corridor
2272   Corrigible
2273   Corroborate
2274   Corrode
2275   Corrugate
2276   Corrupt
2277   Corsage
2278   Corset
2279   Cortege
2280   Cosmetic
2281   Cosmic
2282   Cosmopolitan
2283   Cost
2284   Costly
2285   Costume
2286   Cot
2287   Coterie
2288   Cotillion
2289   Cottage
2290   Couch
2291   Cough
2292   Council
2293   Counsel
2294   Count
2295   Countenance
2296   Counter
2297   Counteract
2298   Counterattack
2299   Counterfeit
2300   Countermand
2301   Counterpane
2302   Counterpart
2303   Counterpoise
2304   Counterproductive
2305   Countersign
2306   Countless
2307   Country
2308   Countryman
2309   Coup
2310   Coup d’état
2311   Coup d’oeil
2312   Coup de grâce
2313   Coup de maître
2314   Couple
2315   Coupon
2316   Courage
2317   Courier
2318   Course
2319   Court
2320   Courteous
2321   Courtesan
2322   Courtesy
2323   Courtier
2324   Courtly
2325   Courtship
2326   Courtyard
2327   Couturier
2328   Cove
2329   Covenant
2330   Coverage
2331   Covering
2332   Covert
2333   Cover-up
2334   Covet
2335   Covey
2336   Cow
2337   Cowardice
2338   Cowboy
2339   Cower
2340   Co-worker
2341   Coy
2342   Cozy
2343   Crabbed
2344   Crack
2345   Crackpot
2346   Cradle
2347   Craft
2348   Craftsman
2349   Crafty
2350   Crag
2351   Cram
2352   Cramp
2353   Crane
2354   Crank
2355   Cranky
2356   Crash
2357   Crass
2358   Crate
2359   Crater
2360   Crave
2361   Craven
2362   Craving
2363   Crawl
2364   Crayon
2365   Craze
2366   Crazy
2367   Creak
2368   Cream
2369   Creamy
2370   Crease
2371   Create
2372   Creator
2373   Creature
2374   Credence
2375   Credentials
2376   Credible
2377   Credit
2378   Creditable
2379   Creditor
2380   Credo
2381   Credulity
2382   Creed
2383   Creek
2384   Creep
2385   Creepy
2386   Cremation
2387   Crème de la crème
2388   Crescent
2389   Crest
2390   Crestfallen
2391   Crevice
2392   Crew
2393   Crib
2394   Crick
2395   Cricket
2396   Crime
2397   Criminal
2398   Crimp
2399   Cringe
2400   Crinkle
2401   Cripple
2402   Crisis
2403   Crisp
2404   Crisscross
2405   Criterion
2406   Critic
2407   Critical
2408   Criticize
2409   Critique
2410   Crockery
2411   Crone
2412   Crony
2413   Crook
2414   Crooked
2415   Croon
2416   Crop
2417   Cross
2418   Cross section
2419   Cross-examine
2420   Crossing
2421   Crossroads
2422   Crotch
2423   Crotchety
2424   Crouch
2425   Crow
2426   Crowd
2427   Crown
2428   Crucial
2429   Crucifix
2430   Crude
2431   Cruel
2432   Cruise
2433   Crumb
2434   Crumble
2435   Crummy
2436   Crumple
2437   Crunch
2438   Crusade
2439   Crush
2440   Crust
2441   Crutch
2442   Crux
2443   Cry
2444   Crypt
2445   Crystal
2446   Cub
2447   Cubbyhole
2448   Cube
2449   Cubicle
2450   Cuddle
2451   Cudgel
2452   Cue
2453   Cuisine
2454   Cul-de-sac
2455   Cull
2456   Culminate
2457   Culpable
2458   Culprit
2459   Cult
2460   Cultivate
2461   Cultivation
2462   Culture
2463   Culvert
2464   Cum laude
2465   Cumbersome
2466   Cumulative
2467   Cunning
2468   Cup
2469   Cupboard
2470   Cupola
2471   Cur
2472   Curate
2473   Curator
2474   Curb
2475   Cure
2476   Curfew
2477   Curio
2478   Curiosity
2479   Curl
2480   Curlicue
2481   Currency
2482   Current
2483   Curry
2484   Curse
2485   Cursory
2486   Curt
2487   Curtail
2488   Curtain
2489   Curtsy
2490   Curvaceous
2491   Curvature
2492   Cushion
2493   Custody
2494   Custom
2495   Customary
2496   Customer
2497   Cut
2498   Cutback
2499   Cute
2500   Cut-rate
2501   Cutthroat
2502   Cutting
2503   Cutting edge
2504   Cycle
2505   Cyclone
2506   Cylinder
2507   Cynic
2508   Cynical
2509   Czar
2510   Dab
2511   Daffy
2512   Dagger
2513   Daily
2514   Dainty
2515   Dais
2516   Daisy chain
2517   Dally
2518   Dam
2519   Damage
2520   Damn
2521   Damp
2522   Dance
2523   Dander
2524   Dandy
2525   Danger
2526   Dangle
2527   Dank
2528   Danse macabre
2529   Dapper
2530   Dare
2531   Daredevil
2532   Daring
2533   Dark horse
2534   Darkness
2535   Darling
2536   Darn
2537   Dart
2538   Dash
2539   Dashing
2540   Data
2541   Date
2542   Dated
2543   Daub
2544   Daunt
2545   Dawdle
2546   Dawn
2547   Day
2548   Daybreak
2549   Daydream
2550   Daze
2551   Dazzle
2552   De facto
2553   De jure
2554   De luxe
2555   De novo
2556   De profundis
2557   De rigueur
2558   De trop
2559   Deactivate
2560   Dead
2561   Dead end
2562   Deadbeat
2563   Deaden
2564   Deadline
2565   Deadlock
2566   Deadly
2567   Deadpan
2568   Deaf
2569   Deafening
2570   Deafness
2571   Deal
2572   Dealer
2573   Dear
2574   Dearness
2575   Dearth
2576   Death
2577   Deathless
2578   Debacle
2579   Debar
2580   Debasement
2581   Debate
2582   Debauch
2583   Debauched
2584   Debilitate
2585   Debris
2586   Debt
2587   Debunk
2588   Debut
2589   Decamp
2590   Decease
2591   Deceit
2592   Decent
2593   Deception
2594   Decide
2595   Decimate
2596   Decipher
2597   Decision
2598   Decisive
2599   Deck
2600   Declaim
2601   Decline
2602   Decomposition
2603   Decrease
2604   Decree
2605   Decrement
2606   Decrepit
2607   Decry
2608   Dedicate
2609   Deduce
2610   Deduction
2611   Deed
2612   Deem
2613   Deemphasize
2614   Deep
2615   Deep-seated
2616   Deface
2617   Defame
2618   Default
2619   Defeat
2620   Defect
2621   Defend
2622   Defendant
2623   Defense
2624   Defenseless
2625   Defensible
2626   Defer
2627   Defiance
2628   Deficient
2629   Deficit
2630   Defile
2631   Define
2632   Definite
2633   Definitive
2634   Deflate
2635   Deflect
2636   Deflower
2637   Deformity
2638   Defraud
2639   Defray
2640   Deft
2641   Defy
2642   Degeneracy
2643   Degrade
2644   Degree
2645   Dehydrate
2646   Dei gratia
2647   Deify
2648   Deign
2649   Deity
2650   Dejection
2651   Delay
2652   Delectable
2653   Delegate
2654   Delete
2655   Deleterious
2656   Deliberate
2657   Delicacy
2658   Delicious
2659   Delight
2660   Delightful
2661   Delineate
2662   Delinquent
2663   Delirious
2664   Deliver
2665   Delivery
2666   Delude
2667   Deluge
2668   Delusion
2669   Delve
2670   Demagogue
2671   Demand
2672   Demanding
2673   Demise
2674   Demobilize
2675   Demon
2676   Demonstrate
2677   Demonstration
2678   Demoralize
2679   Demote
2680   Demotic
2681   Demur
2682   Demure
2683   Den
2684   Denial
2685   Denigrate
2686   Denote
2687   Denouement
2688   Denounce
2689   Density
2690   Dent
2691   Denunciation
2692   Deny
2693   Deo gratias
2694   Deo volente
2695   Deodorant
2696   Department
2697   Departure
2698   Depend
2699   Dependable
2700   Dependency
2701   Depict
2702   Deplete
2703   Deplorable
2704   Deploy
2705   Deport
2706   Depose
2707   Deposit
2708   Deposition
2709   Depository
2710   Depot
2711   Depravity
2712   Deprecate
2713   Depreciate
2714   Depression
2715   Deprive
2716   Depth
2717   Deputy
2718   Derangement
2719   Derelict
2720   Derisive
2721   Derive
2722   Dernier cri
2723   Derogatory
2724   Derrick
2725   Descant
2726   Descend
2727   Descendant
2728   Descent
2729   Description
2730   Desecrate
2731   Desert
2732   Deserve
2733   Desiccate
2734   Design
2735   Designate
2736   Designing
2737   Desire
2738   Desist
2739   Desk
2740   Desolate
2741   Despair
2742   Despatch
2743   Desperado
2744   Desperate
2745   Despicable
2746   Despise
2747   Despite
2748   Despoil
2749   Despondent
2750   Despotism
2751   Dessert
2752   Destination
2753   Destiny
2754   Destitute
2755   Destruction destruction
2756   Desultory
2757   Detach
2758   Detached
2759   Detachment
2760   Detail
2761   Detain
2762   Detect
2763   Detective
2764   Detent
2765   Détente
2766   Deter
2767   Detergent
2768   Deterioration
2769   Determinate
2770   Determination
2771   Determine
2772   Determined
2773   Deterrent
2774   Detest
2775   Detonate
2776   Detonator
2777   Detour
2778   Detraction
2779   Detriment
2780   Deus ex machina
2781   Devastate
2782   Develop
2783   Development
2784   Deviant
2785   Deviation
2786   Device
2787   Devil
2788   Devilish
2789   Devil-may-care
2790   Devious
2791   Devise
2792   Devoid
2793   Devote
2794   Devotee
2795   Devotion
2796   Devour
2797   Devout
2798   Dew
2799   Dexterous
2800   Diabolic
2801   Diadem
2802   Diagnosis
2803   Diagonal
2804   Diagram
2805   Dial
2806   Dialect
2807   Dialogue
2808   Diameter
2809   Diametrical
2810   Diamond
2811   Diaper
2812   Diaphragm
2813   Diarrhea
2814   Diary
2815   Diatribe
2816   Dice
2817   Dicey
2818   Dicker
2819   Dictate
2820   Dictatorial
2821   Diction
2822   Dictionary
2823   Dictum
2824   Dicular
2825   Die
2826   Diehard
2827   Dies irae
2828   Diet
2829   Difference
2830   Differentiate
2831   Difficulty
2832   Diffident
2833   Diffuse
2834   Diffuseness
2835   Dig
2836   Digest
2837   Digit
2838   Dignify
2839   Dignitary
2840   Dignity
2841   Digress
2842   Dike
2843   Dilapidated
2844   Dilate
2845   Dilatory
2846   Dilemma
2847   Dilettante
2848   Diligence
2849   Diluted
2850   Dimension
2851   Diminish
2852   Diminutive
2853   Dimness
2854   Dimple
2855   Dimsighted
2856   Dimwit
2857   Din
2858   Diner
2859   Dingy
2860   Dinner
2861   Dinosaur
2862   Diocese
2863   Dip
2864   Diploma
2865   Diplomacy
2866   Diplomat
2867   Dipper
2868   Dire
2869   Direct
2870   Direction
2871   Directive
2872   Directly
2873   Director
2874   Directory
2875   Dirge
2876   Dirt
2877   Dirty
2878   Disable
2879   Disadvantage
2880   Disadvantaged
2881   Disagreement
2882   Disappearance
2883   Disappoint
2884   Disappointment
2885   Disapprobation
2886   Disarm
2887   Disarray
2888   Disaster
2889   Disband
2890   Disbelief
2891   Disburse
2892   Discard
2893   Discern
2894   Discharge
2895   Disciple
2896   Discipline
2897   Disclaim
2898   Disclosure
2899   Discolor
2900   Discomfit
2901   Discomfort
2902   Disconcert
2903   Disconnect
2904   Disconsolate
2905   Discontent
2906   Discontinuance
2907   Discord
2908   Discotheque
2909   Discount
2910   Discountenance
2911   Discourage
2912   Discourse
2913   Discourtesy
2914   Discover
2915   Discovery
2916   Discredit
2917   Discreet
2918   Discrepancy
2919   Discrete
2920   Discretion
2921   Discrimination
2922   Discursive
2923   Discuss
2924   Disdain
2925   Disease
2926   Disembark
2927   Disenchant
2928   Disengage
2929   Disentangle
2930   Disfavor
2931   Disfigure
2932   Disgorge
2933   Disgrace
2934   Disgruntled
2935   Disguise
2936   Disgust
2937   Dish
2938   Dishearten
2939   Dishevel
2940   Dishonest
2941   Dishonor
2942   Disillusion
2943   Disincline
2944   Disinfect
2945   Disinfectant
2946   Disinherit
2947   Disintegrate
2948   Disinter
2949   Disjunction
2950   Disk
2951   Dislike
2952   Dislocate
2953   Dislodge
2954   Disloyal
2955   Dismal
2956   Dismantle
2957   Dismay
2958   Dismember
2959   Dismiss
2960   Dismount
2961   Disobedience
2962   Disorder
2963   Disorganize
2964   Disorient
2965   Disown
2966   Disparage
2967   Disparity
2968   Dispatch
2969   Dispel
2970   Dispensable
2971   Dispense
2972   Dispersion
2973   Dispirit
2974   Displacement
2975   Display
2976   Displease
2977   Dispose
2978   Disposed
2979   Disposition
2980   Dispossess
2981   Disprove
2982   Dispute
2983   Disqualify
2984   Disquiet
2985   Disregard
2986   Disrepair
2987   Disrepute
2988   Disrespect
2989   Disrobe
2990   Disrupt
2991   Diss
2992   Dissatisfy
2993   Dissect
2994   Dissemble
2995   Disseminate
2996   Dissent
2997   Dissertation
2998   Disservice
2999   Dissipate
3000   Dissipated
3001   Dissolute
3002   Dissolve
3003   Dissonance
3004   Dissuasion
3005   Distance
3006   Distaste
3007   Distasteful
3008   Distend
3009   Distill
3010   Distinct
3011   Distinction
3012   Distinctive
3013   Distinguish
3014   Distinguished
3015   Distortion
3016   Distract
3017   Distracted
3018   Distress
3019   Distribute
3020   District
3021   Distrust
3022   Disturb
3023   Disturbance
3024   Disturbed
3025   Disuse
3026   Ditch
3027   Dither
3028   Ditsy
3029   Ditto
3030   Ditty
3031   Diva
3032   Divagate
3033   Divan
3034   Dive
3035   Diverge
3036   Divergence
3037   Diverse
3038   Diversify
3039   Diversion
3040   Diversity
3041   Divert
3042   Divestment
3043   Divide
3044   Dividend
3045   Divination
3046   Divine
3047   Division
3048   Divorce
3049   Divulge
3050   Dizzy
3051   Do
3052   Docile
3053   Dock
3054   Docket
3055   Doctrinaire
3056   Doctrine
3057   Document
3058   Dodder
3059   Dodge
3060   Doer
3061   Doff
3062   Dog
3063   Dogged
3064   Doggerel
3065   Dogma
3066   Dogmatic
3067   Dolce far niente
3068   Doldrums
3069   Dole
3070   Doleful
3071   Doll
3072   Dollar
3073   Dolly
3074   Dolorous
3075   Dolphin
3076   Dolt
3077   Domain
3078   Dome
3079   Domestic
3080   Domestication
3081   Dominate
3082   Domineer
3083   Dominion
3084   Domino
3085   Don
3086   Donation
3087   Donkey
3088   Donnybrook
3089   Do-nothing
3090   Doodle
3091   Doohickey
3092   Doom
3093   Door
3094   Doorkeeper
3095   Dope
3096   Dormant
3097   Dose
3098   Dossier
3099   Dot
3100   Dotage
3101   Dote
3102   Double
3103   Double meaning
3104   Double-cross
3105   Double-dealing
3106   Double-talk
3107   Doubt
3108   Doubtless
3109   Doughnut
3110   Doughty
3111   Dour
3112   Douse
3113   Dovetail
3114   Dowager
3115   Dowdy
3116   Dower
3117   Down
3118   Down-and-out
3119   Downcast
3120   Downfall
3121   Downgrade
3122   Downhearted
3123   Downplay
3124   Downpour
3125   Downright
3126   Downtime
3127   Down-to-earth
3128   Downtrodden
3129   Downturn
3130   Downward
3131   Downy
3132   Dowry
3133   Doze
3134   Drab
3135   Draft
3136   Draftee
3137   Draftsman
3138   Drag
3139   Drain
3140   Dram
3141   Drama
3142   Dramatis personae
3143   Drape
3144   Drastic
3145   Draw
3146   Drawback
3147   Drawing
3148   Drawl
3149   Dread
3150   Dreadful
3151   Dream
3152   Dreamy
3153   Dreary
3154   Dredge
3155   Dregs
3156   Drench
3157   Dress
3158   Dresser
3159   Dressing
3160   Dressmaker
3161   Dressy
3162   Dribble
3163   Drift
3164   Drifter
3165   Drill
3166   Drinking
3167   Drip
3168   Drip-dry
3169   Drive
3170   Drivel
3171   Driver
3172   Drizzle
3173   Droll
3174   Drone
3175   Drool
3176   Droop
3177   Drop
3178   Dross
3179   Drought
3180   Drown
3181   Drowsy
3182   Drug
3183   Druggist
3184   Drugs
3185   Drum
3186   Drunk
3187   Dry
3188   Dryness
3189   Dual
3190   Dub
3191   Dubious
3192   Duck
3193   Duct
3194   Ductile
3195   Dud
3196   Due
3197   Duel
3198   Dues
3199   Duet
3200   Duffer
3201   Dull
3202   Duly
3203   Dumbfound
3204   Dumbness
3205   Dummy
3206   Dump
3207   Dumpling
3208   Dumpy
3209   Dun
3210   Dunce
3211   Dune
3212   Dung
3213   Dungarees
3214   Dungeon
3215   Dunk
3216   Dupe
3217   Duplicate
3218   Duplicity
3219   Durability
3220   Duration
3221   Duress
3222   During
3223   Dusk
3224   Dust
3225   Duty
3226   Dwarf
3227   Dwell
3228   Dwelling
3229   Dwindle
3230   Dye
3231   Dying
3232   Dyke
3233   Dynamic
3234   Dynasty
3235   Dysentery
3236   Each
3237   Eager
3238   Eagle
3239   Ear
3240   Earful
3241   Earliness
3242   Earmark
3243   Earn
3244   Earnest
3245   Earnings
3246   Earthbound
3247   Earthenware
3248   Earthling
3249   Earthly
3250   Earthquake
3251   Earthshaking
3252   Earthwork
3253   Earthy
3254   Ease
3255   Easel
3256   Eastern
3257   Easy
3258   Easygoing
3259   Eat
3260   Eavesdrop
3261   Ebb
3262   Ebullient
3263   Eccentric
3264   Ecclesiastical
3265   Echelon
3266   Echo
3267   Eclectic
3268   Eclipse
3269   Ecology
3270   Economy
3271   Ecstasy
3272   Eddy
3273   Edge
3274   Edgy
3275   Edible
3276   Edict
3277   Edification
3278   Edifice
3279   Edit
3280   Edition
3281   Editorial
3282   Editorialize
3283   Educate
3284   Educated
3285   Educe
3286   Eerie
3287   Efface
3288   Effect
3289   Effective
3290   Effeminate
3291   Effervesce
3292   Effete
3293   Efficient
3294   Effigy
3295   Effort
3296   Effortless
3297   Effrontery
3298   Egg
3299   Egghead
3300   Egg-shaped
3301   Ego
3302   Egoism
3303   Egotism
3304   Egregious
3305   Egress
3306   Either
3307   Ejaculate
3308   Ejection
3309   Eke out
3310   Elaborate
3311   Elapse
3312   Elasticity
3313   Elate
3314   Elbow
3315   Elder
3316   Elect
3317   Electric
3318   Electricity
3319   Electrify
3320   Electrocute
3321   Electrode
3322   Electronics
3323   Elegance
3324   Elegy
3325   Element
3326   Elementary
3327   Elementary school
3328   Elevation
3329   Elevator
3330   Elf
3331   Elicit
3332   Elide
3333   Eligible
3334   Eliminate
3335   Elite
3336   Elixir
3337   Elliptical
3338   Elongate
3339   Elope
3340   Eloquence
3341   Elsewhere
3342   Elucidate
3343   Elude
3344   Elusive
3345   Emaciated
3346   Emanate
3347   Emancipate
3348   Emasculate
3349   Embalm
3350   Embankment
3351   Embargo
3352   Embark
3353   Embarrass
3354   Embassy
3355   Embattled
3356   Embed
3357   Embellish
3358   Ember
3359   Embezzle
3360   Embitter
3361   Embody
3362   Emboss
3363   Embrace
3364   Embroidery
3365   Embroil
3366   Embryo
3367   Emcee
3368   Emend
3369   Emerge
3370   Emergency
3371   Emigrant
3372   Emigration
3373   Eminence
3374   Emissary
3375   Emit
3376   Emollient
3377   Emotion
3378   Empathy
3379   Emperor
3380   Emphasize
3381   Empire
3382   Empirical
3383   Employ
3384   Employee
3385   Employer
3386   Emporium
3387   Empower
3388   Empress
3389   Empty
3390   Empyrean
3391   Emulate
3392   En déshabillé
3393   En famille
3394   En masse
3395   En passant
3396   En rapport
3397   En route
3398   Enable
3399   Enamor
3400   Encampment
3401   Enchant
3402   Encipher
3403   Encircle
3404   Enclosure
3405   Encode
3406   Encompass
3407   Encounter
3408   Encourage
3409   Encroach
3410   Encumber
3411   Encyclopedic
3412   End
3413   End
3414   Endearment
3415   Endeavor
3416   Endless
3417   Endmost
3418   Endorse
3419   Endow
3420   Endowment
3421   Endue
3422   Endure
3423   Endways
3424   Enemy
3425   Energy
3426   Enervate
3427   Enfant terrible
3428   Enfold
3429   Enforce
3430   Enfranchise
3431   Engage
3432   Engagement
3433   Engender
3434   Engine
3435   Engraving
3436   Engross
3437   Engulf
3438   Enhance
3439   Enigma
3440   Enjoin
3441   Enjoy
3442   Enkindle
3443   Enlarge
3444   Enlighten
3445   Enlist
3446   Enliven
3447   Enmity
3448   Ennoble
3449   Ennui
3450   Enormity
3451   Enormous
3452   Enough
3453   Enrage
3454   Enrapture
3455   Enrich
3456   Enroll
3457   Ensconce
3458   Ensemble
3459   Enshrine
3460   Ensign
3461   Enslave
3462   Ensnare
3463   Ensue
3464   Ensure
3465   Entail
3466   Entangle
3467   Entente
3468   Enter
3469   Enterprise
3470   Enterprising
3471   Entertain
3472   Enthrall
3473   Enthusiasm
3474   Entice
3475   Entire
3476   Entitle
3477   Entity
3478   Entomb
3479   Entourage
3480   Entr’acte
3481   Entrails
3482   Entrance
3483   Entrap
3484   Entre nous
3485   Entreat
3486   Entrench
3487   Entrepreneur
3488   Entrust
3489   Entry
3490   Entry-level
3491   Entwine
3492   Enumerate
3493   Enunciate
3494   Envelop
3495   Envelope
3496   Enviable
3497   Envious
3498   Environment
3499   Envision
3500   Envoy
3501   Envy
3502   Eon
3503   Ephemeral
3504   Epic
3505   Epicene
3506   Epicure
3507   Epidemic
3508   Epigram
3509   Epigraph
3510   Epilepsy
3511   Epilogue
3512   Epiphany
3513   Episode
3514   Epistle
3515   Epitaph
3516   Epithet
3517   Epitome
3518   Epoch
3519   Equable
3520   Equality
3521   Equanimity
3522   Equator
3523   Equestrian
3524   Equilibrium
3525   Equip
3526   Equipage
3527   Equipment
3528   Equipoise
3529   Equitable
3530   Equity
3531   Equivalent
3532   Equivocation
3533   Era
3534   Eradicate
3535   Erase
3536   Erect
3537   Erogenous
3538   Erosion
3539   Erotic
3540   Erotica
3541   Err
3542   Errand
3543   Errant
3544   Erratic
3545   Erratum
3546   Error
3547   Erudite
3548   Eruption
3549   Escalate
3550   Escalator
3551   Escapade
3552   Escape
3553   Escarpment
3554   Eschew
3555   Escort
3556   Esoteric
3557   Espionage
3558   Esplanade
3559   Espouse
3560   Esprit de corps
3561   Essay
3562   Essence
3563   Essential
3564   Establish
3565   Estate
3566   Esteem
3567   Esthetic
3568   Estimable
3569   Estimate
3570   Estrange
3571   Estuary
3572   Et cetera
3573   Eternal
3574   Ethereal
3575   Ethics
3576   Ethnic
3577   Etiquette
3578   Eucharist
3579   Eulogize
3580   Euphoria
3581   Euthanasia
3582   Evacuate
3583   Evade
3584   Evaluate
3585   Evanesce
3586   Evangelical
3587   Evaporate
3588   Evasion
3589   Even
3590   Even-handed
3591   Evening
3592   Event
3593   Eventful
3594   Eventual
3595   Ever
3596   Everlasting
3597   Every
3598   Everybody
3599   Everyday
3600   Everyone
3601   Everything
3602   Everywhere
3603   Evict
3604   Evidence
3605   Evident
3606   Evil
3607   Evildoer
3608   Evince
3609   Eviscerate
3610   Evoke
3611   Evolution
3612   Ex cathedra
3613   Ex officio
3614   Ex parte
3615   Ex post facto
3616   Ex tempore
3617   Exacerbate
3618   Exact
3619   Exaggeration
3620   Exalt
3621   Examination
3622   Examine
3623   Example
3624   Exasperate
3625   Excavation
3626   Exceed
3627   Exceedingly
3628   Excel
3629   Except
3630   Exception
3631   Exceptionable
3632   Exceptional
3633   Excerpt
3634   Excess
3635   Excessive
3636   Exchange
3637   Excise
3638   Excitability
3639   Excitement
3640   Exclaim
3641   Exclusion
3642   Excommunicate
3643   Excoriate
3644   Excrescence
3645   Excretion
3646   Excruciating
3647   Exculpate
3648   Excursion
3649   Excuse
3650   Execrable
3651   Execute
3652   Executive
3653   Exemplary
3654   Exemplify
3655   Exemption
3656   Exercise
3657   Exertion
3658   Exhale
3659   Exhaust
3660   Exhibit
3661   Exhibition
3662   Exhilarate
3663   Exhort
3664   Exhume
3665   Exigency
3666   Exiguous
3667   Exile
3668   Existence
3669   Exit
3670   Exodus
3671   Exonerate
3672   Exorbitant
3673   Exorcise
3674   Exotic
3675   Expanse
3676   Expansion
3677   Expatiate
3678   Expatriate
3679   Expectation
3680   Expedience
3681   Expend
3682   Expendable
3683   Expensive
3684   Experience
3685   Experiment
3686   Expert
3687   Expertise
3688   Expiate
3689   Expire
3690   Explain
3691   Expletive
3692   Explicate
3693   Explicit
3694   Explode
3695   Exploit
3696   Explore
3697   Explosive
3698   Exponent
3699   Export
3700   Expose
3701   Exposé
3702   Exposition
3703   Expostulate
3704   Expound
3705   Express
3706   Expression
3707   Expressway
3708   Expropriate
3709   Expulsion
3710   Expunge
3711   Expurgate
3712   Exquisite
3713   Extant
3714   Extemporaneous
3715   Extemporize
3716   Extend
3717   Extension
3718   Extensive
3719   Extent
3720   Extenuate
3721   Exterior
3722   Exterminate
3723   External
3724   Extinct
3725   Extinguish
3726   Extirpate
3727   Extol
3728   Extort
3729   Extra
3730   Extraction
3731   Extracurricular
3732   Extradite
3733   Extraneous
3734   Extraordinary
3735   Extrapolate
3736   Extravagant
3737   Extravaganza
3738   Extreme
3739   Extremist
3740   Extremity
3741   Extricate
3742   Extrinsic
3743   Extroverted
3744   Extrude
3745   Exuberance
3746   Exude
3747   Exult
3748   Eye
3749   Eyeglasses
3750   Eye-opening
3751   Eyesight
3752   Eyesore
3753   Eyewitness
3754   Fable
3755   Fabled
3756   Fabric
3757   Fabricate
3758   Fabulous
3759   Facade
3760   Face
3761   Face-lift
3762   Face-off
3763   Facet
3764   Facetious
3765   Facility
3766   Facing
3767   Facsimile
3768   Fact
3769   Faction
3770   Factious
3771   Factor
3772   Factory
3773   Factual
3774   Faculty
3775   Fad
3776   Fade
3777   Failing
3778   Failure
3779   Faint
3780   Fainthearted
3781   Faintness
3782   Fair
3783   Fairly
3784   Fairy
3785   Fairy tale
3786   Fait accompli
3787   Faith
3788   Faithful
3789   Faithless
3790   Fake
3791   Fakir
3792   Fall
3793   Fall back
3794   Fallacy
3795   Fallible
3796   fallout
3797   Fallow
3798   Falsehood
3799   Falter
3800   Fame
3801   Familiar
3802   Familiarity
3803   Familiarize
3804   Family
3805   Famine
3806   Famish
3807   Famous
3808   Fan
3809   Fanatic
3810   Fanciful
3811   Fancy
3812   Fancy-free
3813   Fanfare
3814   Fang
3815   Fantastic
3816   Far
3817   Farce
3818   Fare
3819   Farewell
3820   Farfetched
3821   Far-flung
3822   Farm
3823   Farsighted
3824   Fart
3825   Farther
3826   Fascination
3827   Fascism
3828   Fashion
3829   Fast
3830   Fasten
3831   Fastening
3832   Fastidious
3833   Fasting
3834   Fat
3835   Fatal
3836   Fatalism
3837   Fatality
3838   Fate
3839   Fateful
3840   Father
3841   Fatherland
3842   Fathom
3843   Fathomless
3844   Fatigue
3845   Fatten
3846   Fatuous
3847   Faucet
3848   Fault
3849   Faultfinding
3850   Faultless
3851   Faulty
3852   Faux pas
3853   Favorable
3854   Favorite
3855   Favoritism
3856   Fawn
3857   Fax
3858   Fay
3859   Faze
3860   Fear
3861   Fearless
3862   Feasible
3863   Feast
3864   Feat
3865   Feather
3866   Feature
3867   Feces
3868   Fecund
3869   Federation
3870   Fee
3871   Feeble
3872   Feebleminded
3873   Feed
3874   Feedback
3875   Feel
3876   Feeler
3877   Feeling
3878   Feign
3879   Feint
3880   Feisty
3881   Felicitate
3882   Felicitous
3883   Feline
3884   Fell
3885   Fellow
3886   Fellowship
3887   Felon
3888   Felony
3889   Female
3890   Feminist
3891   Femme fatale
3892   Fence
3893   Fend
3894   Fender
3895   Feral
3896   Ferment
3897   Ferocity
3898   Ferret out
3899   Ferry
3900   Fertile
3901   Fertilization
3902   Fertilizer
3903   Fervent
3904   Fervor
3905   Fester
3906   Festina lente
3907   Festive
3908   Festivity
3909   Fetal
3910   Fetch
3911   Fetid
3912   Fetish
3913   Fetter
3914   Fetus
3915   Feud
3916   Feudalism
3917   Fever
3918   Feverish
3919   Few
3920   Fiancé(e)
3921   Fiasco
3922   Fiat
3923   Fib
3924   Fiber
3925   Fickle
3926   Fiction
3927   Fictitious
3928   Fiddle
3929   Fidelity
3930   Fidget
3931   Field
3932   Fiend
3933   Fierce
3934   Fiery
3935   Fiesta
3936   Fight
3937   Fighter
3938   Figment
3939   Figurative
3940   Figure
3941   Figure of speech
3942   Figurehead
3943   Figurine
3944   Filament
3945   Filch
3946   File
3947   Filial
3948   Filibuster
3949   Filigree
3950   Fill
3951   Film
3952   Filter
3953   Filth
3954   Fin
3955   Fin de siècle
3956   Finance
3957   Find
3958   Finding
3959   Fine
3960   Fine arts
3961   Finery
3962   Finesse
3963   Finger
3964   Finicky
3965   Finish
3966   Finite
3967   Fink
3968   Fire
3969   Firearm
3970   Firebrand
3971   Firebug
3972   Fireman
3973   Fireplace
3974   Fireproof
3975   Firewood
3976   Fireworks
3977   Firm
3978   Firmament
3979   First
3980   First-class
3981   Firsthand
3982   Fiscal
3983   Fish
3984   Fisher
3985   Fishy
3986   Fission
3987   Fissure
3988   Fit
3989   Fitful
3990   Fitting
3991   Fix
3992   Fixation
3993   Fixings
3994   Fixture
3995   Fizzle
3996   Fjord
3997   Flabbergast
3998   Flabby
3999   Flaccid
4000   Flag
4001   Flagellate
4002   Flagon
4003   Flagrant
4004   Flagrante delicto
4005   Flail
4006   Flair
4007   Flak
4008   Flake
4009   Flaky
4010   Flam
4011   Flamboyant
4012   Flame
4013   Flaming
4014   Flange
4015   Flank
4016   Flap
4017   Flare
4018   Flash
4019   Flashback
4020   Flashy
4021   Flask
4022   Flat
4023   Flatten
4024   Flattery
4025   Flatulence
4026   Flaunt
4027   Flavor
4028   Flavorless
4029   Flaw
4030   Flawless
4031   Flay
4032   Flea market
4033   Fleabag
4034   Fleck
4035   Fledgling
4036   Flee
4037   Fleece
4038   Fleet
4039   Fleeting
4040   Flesh
4041   Fleshly
4042   Fleshy
4043   Flex
4044   Flexible
4045   Flick
4046   Flicker
4047   Flier
4048   Flight
4049   Flighty
4050   Flimsy
4051   Flinch
4052   Fling
4053   Flip
4054   Flippant
4055   Flirt
4056   Flit
4057   Float
4058   Flock
4059   Flog
4060   Flood
4061   Floodgate
4062   Floor
4063   Floozy
4064   Flop
4065   Floppy
4066   Floral
4067   Florid
4068   Flotilla
4069   Flotsam
4070   Flounce
4071   Flounder
4072   Flourish
4073   Flout
4074   Flow
4075   Flower
4076   Flowery
4077   Flowing
4078   Flub
4079   Fluctuate
4080   Flue
4081   Fluent
4082   Fluffy
4083   Fluid
4084   Fluidity
4085   Fluke
4086   Flunk
4087   Flunky
4088   Flurry
4089   Flush
4090   Fluster
4091   Flute
4092   Flutter
4093   Flux
4094   Fly
4095   Fly-by-night
4096   Foam
4097   Focus
4098   Fodder
4099   foe
4100   Fog
4101   Fogy
4102   foible
4103   foil
4104   Foist
4105   Fold
4106   Folder
4107   Foliage
4108   Folk
4109   Folklore
4110   Folksy
4111   Follow
4112   Follower
4113   Following
4114   Follow-through
4115   Folly
4116   Foment
4117   Fond
4118   Fondle
4119   Font
4120   Food
4121   Fool
4122   fool around
4123   Foolhardy
4124   Foolish
4125   Foolproof
4126   Foot
4127   Foothold
4128   Footing
4129   Footloose
4130   Footman
4131   Footstool
       Fop
4132
4133   Forage
4134   Foray
4135   Forbearance
4136   Forbid
4137   Forbidding
4138   Force
4139   Force majeure
4140   Forceful
4141   Forcible
4142   Ford
4143   Fore
4144   Forebear
4145   Foreboding
4146   Forecast
4147   Foreclose
4148   Forefathers
4149   Forefront
4150   Foregoing
4151   Foregone
4152   Foreground
4153   Forehead
4154   Foreign
4155   Foreman
4156   Foremost
4157   Forensic
4158   Forerunner
4159   Foresee
4160   Foreshadow
4161   Foresight
4162   Forest
4163   Forestall
4164   Forestry
4165   Foretell
4166   Forethought
4167   Foretoken
4168   Forever
4169   Forewarn
4170   Foreword
4171   Forfeit
4172   Forge
4173   Forgery
4174   Forget
4175   Forgetful
4176   Forgive
4177   Forgiveness
4178   Forgo
4179   Fork
4180   Forlorn
4181   Form
4182   Formal
4183   Formality
4184   Formalize
4185   Format
4186   Formation
4187   Former
4188   Formidable
4189   Formlessness
4190   Formula
4191   Formulate
4192   Fornicate
4193   Forsake
4194   Forswear
4195   Fort

4196   Forte
4197   Forth
4198   Forthcoming
4199   Forthright
4200   Forthwith
4201   Fortify
4202   Fortitude
4203   Fortress
4204   Fortuitous
4205   Fortunate
4206   Fortune
4207   Fortune-teller
4208   Forum
4209   Forward
4210   Fossil
4211   Foster
4212   Foul
4213   Foul-mouthed
4214   Found
4215   Foundation
4216   Founder
4217   Foundling
4218   Foundry
4219   Fountain
4220   Fourth estate
4221   Fowl
4222   Fox
4223   Foxhole
4224   Foxy
4225   Foyer
4226   Fracas
4227   Fraction
4228   Fracture
4229   Fragile
4230   Fragment
4231   Fragrance
4232   Frail
4233   Frame
4234   Framework
4235   Franchise
4236   Frank
4237   Frankfurter
4238   Frantic
4239   Fraternal
4240   Fraternity
4241   Fraternize
4242   Fraud
4243   Fraught
4244   Fray
4245   Frazzle
4246   Freak
4247   Freckle
4248   Free
4249   Freedom
4250   Free-for-all
4251   Freelance
4252   Freeloader
4253   Freethinker
4254   Freeway
4255   Freewheeling
4256   Freeze
4257   Freight
4258   Freighter
4259   Frenetic
4260   Frenzy
4261   Frequency
4262   Frequent
4263   Fresh
4264   Freshen
4265   Freshman
4266   Fret
4267   Fretful
4268   Friable
4269   Friar
4270   Friction
4271   Friend
4272   Fright
4273   Frightful
4274   Frigid
4275   Frill
4276   Fringe
4277   Frisk
4278   Frisky
4279   Fritter
4280   Frivolity
4281   Frizzy
4282   Frock
4283   Frolic
4284   From
4285   Front
4286   Frontier
4287   Front-runner
4288   Frost
4289   Frosting
4290   Frosty
4291   Froth
4292   Frown
4293   Frowsy
4294   Frozen
4295   Frugal
4296   Fruit
4297   Fruitful
4298   Fruition
4299   Fruitless
4300   Frump
4301   Frustrate
4302   Fry
4303   Fuck
4304   Fuddy-duddy
4305   Fudge
4306   Fuel
4307   Fugitive
4308   Fulfill
4309   Fulgent
4310   Full
4311   Full-blooded
4312   Full-blown
4313   Fulminate
4314   Fulsome
4315   Fumble
4316   Fume
4317   Fumigate
4318   Fun
4319   Function
4320   Functional
4321   Fund
4322   Fundamental
4323   Funeral
4324   Funereal
4325   Funky
4326   Funnel
4327   Funny
4328   Fur
4329   Furies
4330   Furious
4331   Furlough
4332   Furnace
4333   Furnish
4334   Furniture
4335   Furor
4336   Furrier
4337   Furrow
4338   Furry
4339   Further
4340   Furthermore
4341   Furtive
4342   Fury
4343   Fuse
4344   Fusion
4345   Fuss
4346   Fusty
4347   Futile
4348   Futurity
4349   Fuzz
4350   Gabble
4351   Gad about
4352   Gadfly
4353   Gadget
4354   Gaff
4355   Gaffe
4356   Gag
4357   Gaiety
4358   Gain
4359   Gainful
4360   Gainsay
4361   Gait
4362   Gaiter
4363   Gala
4364   Galaxy
4365   Gale
4366   Gall
4367   Gallant
4368   Gallery
4369   Gallivant
4370   Gallop
4371   Gallows
4372   Galore
4373   Galvanize
4374   Gambit
4375   Gamble
4376   Gambling
4377   Gambol
4378   Game
4379   Gamin
4380   Gamut
4381   Gamy
4382   Gang
4383   Gangling
4384   Gangrenous
4385   Gangster
4386   Gap
4387   Gape
4388   Garage
4389   Garble
4390   Garden
4391   Garden-variety
4392   Gargantuan
4393   Garish
4394   Garland
4395   Garment
4396   Garner
4397   Garnish
4398   Garret
4399   Garrison
4400   Garrulity
4401   Gas
4402   Gash
4403   Gasoline
4404   Gasp
4405   Gate
4406   Gate-crasher
4407   Gather
4408   Gathering
4409   Gauche
4410   Gaudy
4411   Gauge
4412   Gaunt
4413   Gauze
4414   Gay
4415   Gaze
4416   Gazebo
4417   Gazette
4418   Gear
4419   Gelatin
4420   Gelid
4421   Gem
4422   Gender
4423   Genealogy
4424   General
4425   Generality
4426   Generate
4427   Generation
4428   Generosity
4429   Genesis
4430   Genetic
4431   Genial
4432   Genie
4433   Genitalia
4434   Genius
4435   Genocide
4436   Genre
4437   Genteel
4438   Gentile
4439   Gentility
4440   Gentle
4441   Gentleman
4442   Gentleness
4443   Gentry
4444   Genuine
4445   geography
4446   geometrical
4447   geriatric
4448   germ
4449   germane
4450   germicide
4451   germinate
4452   gesticulate
4453   gesture
4454   get
4455   getaway
4456   get-together
4457   getup
4458   gewgaw
4459   geyser
4460   ghastly
4461   ghetto
4462   ghost
4463   ghostly
4464   ghoul
4465   giant
4466   gibberish
4467   gibe
4468   giddy
4469   gift
4470   gifted
4471   gig
4472   gigantic
4473   giggle
4474   gigolo
4475   gild
4476   gimmick
4477   gingerly
4478   gird
4479   girdle
4480   girl
4481   girlfriend
4482   Girth
4483   Gist
4484   Give
4485   Give birth
4486   Give off
4487   Give-and-take
4488   Giveaway
4489   Given
4490   Giving
4491   Glacial
4492   Glad
4493   Glade
4494   Glamour
4495   Glance
4496   Glandular
4497   Glare
4498   Glaring
4499   Glass
4500   Glassy
4501   Glaze
4502   Gleam
4503   Glean
4504   Glee
4505   Glen
4506   Glib
4507   Glide
4508   Glimmer
4509   Glimpse
4510   Glint
4511   Glisten
4512   Glitch
4513   Glitter
4514   Glitz
4515   Gloat
4516   Glob
4517   Global
4518   Globe
4519   Globule
4520   Gloom
4521   Gloomy
4522   Glorify
4523   Glory
4524   Gloss
4525   Glossary
4526   Glow
4527   Glower
4528   glowing
4529   Glue
4530   Glum
4531   Glut
4532   Gluttony
4533   Gnarled
4534   Gnash
4535   Gnaw
4536   Gnome
4537   Go
4538   go back on
4539   go over
4540   go under
4541   Goad
4542   Go-ahead
4543   Goal
4544   Gob
4545   Gobble
4546   Go-between
4547   Goblet
4548   Goblin
4549   Goddess
4550   Godless
4551   Godly
4552   Godsend
4553   Gofer
4554   Go-getter
4555   Goggles
4556   Goings-on
4557   Gold
4558   Gold mine
4559   Goldbrick
4560   Golden
4561   Golden rule
4562   Gone
4563   Gong
4564   Good
4565   Good-bye
4566   good-for-nothing
4567   Good-looking
4568   Goodly
4569   Good-natured
4570   Goodness
4571   Goods
4572   Goof
4573   gorge
4574   Gorgeous
4575   Gory
4576   Gospel
4577   Gossamer
4578   gossip
4579   Gouge
4580   Goulash
4581   Gourmet
4582   Govern
4583   Governess
4584   Government
4585   Gown
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4632   Graze
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4886   headline
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4889   headphone
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4904   heartburn
4905   hearten
4906   heartfelt
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4909   heartrending
4910   heartsick
4911   heartthrob
4912   heart-to-heart
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4925   hectic
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4960   herd
4961   herder
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4969   hermit
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4978   hex
4979   heyday
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4981   hibernate
4982   hick
4983   hidden
4984   hide
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4986   hidebound
4987   hideous
4988   hideout
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4990   high
4991   high fidelity
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4993   highborn
4994   highbrow
4995   high-class
4996   highest
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5000   high-minded
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5002   high-strung
5003   high-tech
5004   highway
5005   highwayman
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5011   hilly
5012   hilt
5013   hindrance
5014   hindsight
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5016   hint
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5018   hip
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5020   hire
5021   hireling
5022   hiss
5023   history
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5026   hit man
5027   hitch
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5029   hither
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5031   hoard
5032   hoarse
5033   hoary
5034   hoax
5035   hobble
5036   hobby
5037   hobgoblin
5038   hobnob
5039   hobo
5040   hock
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5044   hogwash
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5046   hoity-toity
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5048   hold
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5050   holdover
5051   holdup
5052   hole
5053   holiday
5054   hollow
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5056   holy
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5058   home
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5062   homely
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5064   homeowner
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5069   homogeneity
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5072   honesty
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5074   honor
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5080   hoodwink
5081   hoof
5082   hook
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5084   hooligan
5085   hoop
5086   hoopla
5087   hooray
5088   hop
5089   hope
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5091   horde
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5098   horrid
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5102   hors de combat
5103   horse
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5105   horseplay
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5110   hospitality
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5113   hostel
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5115   hot
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5118   hot-blooded
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5126   housebroken
5127   household
5128   housekeeping
5129   housewife
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5132   hover
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5137   huckster
5138   huddle
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5140   huff
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5142   huge
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5145   hull
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5147   hum
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5151   humanitarian
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5155   humdrum
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5166   hunt
5167   hurdle
5168   hurl
5169   hurrah
5170   hurricane
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5173   hurtful
5174   hurtle
5175   husband
5176   husbandry
5177   hush
5178   husk
5179   husky
5180   hussy
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5183   hut
5184   hybrid
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5187   hype
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5194   Ice
5195   Iceberg
5196   Icebox
5197   Icing
5198   Iconoclast
5199   Icy
5200   Idea
5201   Ideal
5202   Idealist
5203   Idée fixe
5204   Identify
5205   Identity
5206   Ideology
5207   Idiocy
5208   Idiom
5209   Idiomatic
5210   Idiosyncrasy
5211   Idle
5212   Idolatry
5213   Idyllic
5214   If
5215   Igloo
5216   Ignoble
5217   Ignominious
5218   Ignorance
5219   Ignore
5220   Ilk
5221   Ill
5222   Ill repute
5223   Ill treacarelessness
5224   Ill will
5225   Ill-advised
5226   Ill-bred
5227   Illegality
5228   Ill-fated
5229   Ill-gotteclandestine
5230   Illiterate
5231   Ill-mannered
5232   Illness
5233   Illogical
5234   Illuminate
5235   Illusion
5236   Illusosee deception
5237   Illuspainting
5238   Illustrious
5239   Image
5240   Imagery
5241   Imagination
5242   Imbalance
5243   Imbecility
5244   Imitation
5245   Immaculate
5246   Immanent
5247   Immaterial
5248   Immature
5249   Immeasurable
5250   Immediainstantaneity
5251   Immeinsertion
5252   Immemorial
5253   Immense
5254   Immensity
5255   Immigemigré[e]rant
5256   Imminent
5257   Immobilesee stability
5258   Immoderate
5259   Immodest
5260   Immodiscourtesydesty
5261   Immolate
5262   Immoral
5263   Immortal
5264   Immovable
5265   Immune
5266   Immunity
5267   Imp
5268   Impact
5269   Impair
5270   Impale
5271   Impart
5272   Impartidisinterested
5273   Impasse
5274   Impassee excitement
5275   Impassibleness
5276   Impassive
5277   Impatient
5278   Impayouth
5279   Impeach
5280   Impeach [ 395 ] imperfection
5281   Impediment
5282   Impel
5283   Impenetrable
5284   Impenitence
5285   Imperative mood
5286   Imperceptible
5287   Imperfection
5288   Imperialism
5289   Imperil
5290   Imperinapt
5291   Imperious
5292   Imperishable
5293   Impermeable
5294   Impersonal
5295   Impersonate
5296   Imperturbable
5297   Imperunavoidable
5298   Impervious
5299   Impetuous
5300   Impetus
5301   Impiety
5302   Impinge
5303   Implant
5304   Implement
5305   Implicate
5306   Implication
5307   Implicit
5308   Implied
5309   Implode
5310   Implore
5311   Imply
5312   Impolite
5313   Import
5314   Importance
5315   Importune
5316   Impose
5317   Imposing
5318   Impositicommand
5319   Impossibility
5320   Impostor
5321   Impotence
5322   Impound
5323   Impoverish
5324   Imprecation
5325   Impressionable
5326   Impressive
5327   Improbability
5328   Improbity
5329   Impromptu
5330   Improper
5331   Impropriety
5332   Improvement
5333   Improvise
5334   Imprudent
5335   Impudence
5336   Impulse
5337   Impulsive
5338   Impurity
5339   Impute
5340   Im-unhand
5341   In camera
5342   In extremis
5343   In medias res
5344   In statu quo
5345   In toto
5346   Inability
5347   Inaccessible
5348   Inaccurate
5349   Inadeqant
5350   Inadequate
5351   Inadvertent
5352   Inadvisable
5353   Inalienable
5354   Inane
5355   Inanimate
5356   Inappropriate
5357   Inartistammering
5358   Inattention
5359   Inaudible
5360   Inaugurate
5361   Inauspicious
5362   Inborn
5363   Incalculable
5364   Incandescent
5365   Incantation
5366   Incapable
5367   Incapacity
5368   Incarcerate
5369   Incarnate
5370   Incendiary
5371   Incense
5372   Incentive
5373   Incest
5374   Incident
5375   Incidental
5376   Incinerate
5377   Incisive
5378   Incite
5379   Inclement
5380   Inclination
5381   Incline
5382   Inclusion
5383   Incognito
5384   Incombustibility
5385   Income
5386   Incomparable
5387   Incompatibility
5388   Incompatible
5389   Incompetence
5390   Incompleteness
5391   Incomprehensible
5392   Inconceivable
5393   Incongruity
5394   Inconincognizant
5395   Inconsequential
5396   Inconsiderate
5397   Inconsistency
5398   Inconspicuous
5399   Inconstant
5400   Incorporate
5401   Incorrigible
5402   Incorruptible
5403   Increase
5404   Incredible
5405   Incredulity
5406   Increment
5407   Incriminate
5408   Incubate
5409   Inculcate
5410   Inculpate
5411   Incumbent
5412   Incur
5413   Incurable
5414   Incursion
5415   Indebted
5416   Indecent
5417   Indecision
5418   Indecorous
5419   Indeed
5420   Indefatigable
5421   Indefinite
5422   Indelible
5423   Indelicate
5424   Indemnity
5425   Indent
5426   Independence
5427   Independent
5428   Indescribable
5429   Indeterminate
5430   Index
5431   Indication
5432   Indict
5433   Indifference
5434   Indigenous
5435   Indigent
5436   Indigestion
5437   Indignation
5438   Indignity
5439   Indirect
5440   Indiscretion
5441   Indiscriminate
5442   Indiscrimination
5443   Indispensable
5444   Indisposed
5445   Indistinct
5446   Individual
5447   Individuality
5448   Indivisible
5449   Indoctrinate
5450   Indolence
5451   Indomitable
5452   Indorse
5453   Indubitable
5454   Induce
5455   Induction
5456   Indulge
5457   Industrious
5458   Industry
5459   Inebriate
5460   Ineffective
5461   Ineffectual
5462   Inefficient
5463   Inelasticity
5464   Inelegance
5465   Ineligible
5466   Inept
5467   Inequality
5468   Inexcitability
5469   Inexcusable
5470   Inexhaustible
5471   Inexorable
5472   Inexpedience
5473   Inexpensive
5474   Inexperienced
5475   Inexpressible
5476   Infallible
5477   Infamous
5478   Infancy
5479   Infant
5480   Infantile
5481   Infantry
5482   Infatuation
5483   Infection
5484   Infectious
5485   Infer
5486   Inferiority
5487   Infernal
5488   Inferno
5489   Infest
5490   Infidelity
5491   Infighting
5492   Infiltrate
5493   Infinitesimal
5494   Infinity
5495   Infirmary
5496   Infirmity
5497   Inflame
5498   Inflammable
5499   Inflammation
5500   Inflammatory
5501   Inflate
5502   Inflect
5503   Inflexible
5504   Inflict
5505   Infliction
5506   Influence
5507   Influx
5508   Inform
5509   Informal
5510   Information
5511   Infra dignitatem
5512   Infraction
5513   Infrequent
5514   Infringement
5515   Infuriate
5516   Infuse
5517   Ingenious
5518   Ingenuous
5519   Ingest
5520   Ingrained
5521   Ingratiating
5522   Ingratitude
5523   Ingredient
5524   Ingress
5525   Ingrown
5526   Inhabitant
5527   Inhale
5528   Inherent
5529   Inherit
5530   Inhospitable
5531   Inhospitable in loco parentis straint
5532   Inhuman
5533   Inimitable
5534   In-inhibit
5535   Iniquity
5536   Initial
5537   Initiate
5538   Inject
5539   Injunction
5540   Injure
5541   Injustice
5542   Inkling
5543   Inky
5544   Inlay
5545   Inlet
5546   Inmate
5547   Inmost
5548   Innate
5549   Inner
5550   Inner circle
5551   Innermost
5552   Innkeeper
5553   Innocence
5554   Innocuous
5555   Innovation
5556   Innuendo
5557   Innumerable
5558   Inoculate
5559   Inoffensive
5560   Inorganic matter
5561   Inquiry
5562   Inquisition
5563   Inquisitive
5564   Inroad
5565   Insanity
5566   Insatiable
5567   Inscribe
5568   Inscrutable
5569   Insect

5570   Insecticide
5571   Insecurity
5572   Insensate
5573   Inseparable
5574   Insertion
5575   Inside
5576   Insider

5577   Insidious
5578   Insight
5579   Insignia
5580   Insignificant
5581   Insincere
5582   Insinuate
5583   Insipidity
5584   Insist
5585   Insnare
5586   Insolence
5587   Insolvency
5588   Insomnia
5589   Inspect
5590   Inspiration
5591   Inspire
5592   Instability
5593   Install
5594   Installment
5595   Instance
5596   Instant
5597   Instead
5598   Instigate
5599   Instill
5600   Instinct
5601   Institute
5602   Institutionalize
5603   Instruction
5604   Instructive
5605   Instrument
5606   Instrumentality
5607   Insubordinate
5608   Insubstantiality
5609   Insufferable
5610   Insufficiency
5611   Insult
5612   Insuperable
5613   Insurance
5614   Insurgent
5615   Insurmountable
5616   Insurrection
5617   Intact
5618   Intangible
5619   Intangiunimportance
5620   integral
5621   Integrate
5622   Integrity
5623   Intellect
5624   Intellect clusion
5625   Intellectual
5626   Intelligence
5627   Intelligentsia
5628   Intemperance
5629   Intend
5630   Intended
5631   Intense
5632   Intensify
5633   Intensity
5634   Intensive
5635   Intent
5636   Intention
5637   Inter
5638   Interact
5639   Intercede
5640   Intercept
5641   Interchange
5642   Interior


5643   Interject

5644   Interlock
5645   Interloper
5646   Interlude
5647   Intermediary
5648   Intermediate
5649   Interment
5650   Intermezzo
5651   Interminable
5652   Intermission
5653   Intermittent
5654   Intern
5655   Internal
5656   Internalize
5657   International
5658   Internet
5659   Interpose
5660   Interpretation
5661   Interrogation
5662   Interrupt
5663   Intersect
5664   Interval
5665   Intervene
5666   Interview
5667   Intestine
5668   Intimate
5669   Intimidate
5670   Intolerable
5671   Intolerance
5672   Intonation
5673   Intoxicate
5674   Intractable
5675   Intransigent

5676   Intrepid
5677   Intricate
5678   Intrigue
5679   Intrinsicality
5680   Introduce
5681   Introduction
5682   Introspective
5683   Intrude
5684   Intrusive
5685   Intrust
5686   Intuition
5687   Invade
5688   Invalid

5689   Invalidate
5690   Invaluable
5691   Invariable
5692   Invasion
5693   Invective
5694   Inveigle
5695   Invent
5696   Inventory
5697   Inversion
5698   Invest
5699   Investigate
5700   Investor
5701   Inveterate
5702   Invidious
5703   Invigorate
5704   Invincible
5705   Inviolable
5706   Invisibility
5707   Invite

5708   Invoice
5709   Invoke
5710   Involuntary
5711   Involve
5712   Invulnerable
5713   Inward
5714   iota
5715   Ipse dixit
5716   Ipso facto
5717   Irascibility
5718   Irate
5719   Iridescent
5720   Irk
5721   Irksome
5722   Iron
5723   Ironclad
5724   Irony
5725   Irrational
5726   Irrefutable
5727   Irregularity
5728   Irreligion
5729   Irreparable
5730   Irreplaceable
5731   Irreproachable
5732   Irresistible
5733   Irresolute
5734   Irrespective
5735   Irresponsible
5736   Irreverent
5737   Irrevocable
5738   Irrigate
5739   Irritable
5740   Irritate
5741   Islamic
5742   Island
5743   Isolate
5744   Issue
5745   Itch
5746   Item
5747   Itemize
5748   Itinerant
5749   Itinerary
5750   Ivories
5751   Jab
5752   Jabber
5753   Jack
5754   Jackal
5755   Jackass
5756   Jacket
5757   Jackknife
5758   Jackpot
5759   Jaded
5760   Jag
5761   Jagged
5762   Jail
5763   Jalopy
5764   Jam
5765   Jamboree
5766   Jangle
5767   Janitor
5768   Jar
5769   Jargon
5770   Jaundice
5771   Jaunt
5772   Jaunty
5773   Jaw
5774   Jazz
5775   Jazzy
5776   Je ne sais quoi
5777   Jealousy
5778   Jection
5779   Jeer
5780   Jejune
5781   Jelly
5782   Jeopardy
5783   Jerk
5784   Jerky
5785   Jerry-built
5786   Jest
5787   Jester
5788   Jet
5789   Jet set
5790   Jetsam
5791   Jetty
5792   Jetty fashion
5793   Jeunesse dorée
5794   Jewel
5795   Jewelry
5796   Jezebel
5797   Jibe
5798   Jiffy
5799   Jiggle
5800   Jilt
5801   Jimmy
5802   Jingle
5803   Jingo
5804   Jinx
5805   Jitter
5806   Jittery
5807   Job
5808   Jock
5809   Jockey
5810   Jocularity
5811   Jog
5812   John
5813   Joie de vivre
5814   Join
5815   Joint
5816   Joke
5817   Joker
5818   Jolly
5819   Jolt
5820   Jostle
5821   Jot
5822   Jounce
5823   Journal
5824   Journalist
5825   Journey
5826   Journeyman
5827   Jovial
5828   Joy
5829   Joyless
5830   Jubilant
5831   Jubilee
5832   Judge
5833   Judgment
5834   Juice
5835   Juicy
5836   Jumble
5837   Jump
5838   Junction
5839   Juncture
5840   Jungle
5841   Junior
5842   Junk
5843   Junket
5844   Junkie
5845   Junkyard
5846   Junta
5847   Junto
5848   Jurisdiction
5849   Jurist
5850   Jury
5851   Jury-rigged
5852   Just
5853   Justice
5854   Justify
5855   Jut
5856   Juvenile
5857   Juxtapose
5858   Kaleidoscopic
5859   Kaput
5860   Karma
5861   Keel
5862   Keen
5863   Keen on
5864   Keep
5865   Keep out
5866   Keeper
5867   Keeps
5868   Keepsake
5869   Keg
5870   Kelp
5871   Ken
5872   Kennel
5873   Kernel
5874   Kettle
5875   Key
5876   Keyed up
5877   Keynote
5878   Keystone
5879   Kibbutz
5880   Kibitz
5881   Kick
5882   Kickback
5883   Kickoff
5884   Kid
5885   Kidnap
5886   Kill
5887   Killing
5888   Kind
5889   Kindergarten
5890   Kindle
5891   Kindling
5892   Kindred
5893   King
5894   Kingdom
5895   Kingly
5896   Kingpin
5897   Kink
5898   Kinky
5899   Kinsman
5900   Kiosk
5901   Kiss
5902   Kit
5903   Kitchen
5904   Kite
5905   Kitsch
5906   Kittenish
5907   Kitty
5908   Klutz
5909   Knack
5910   Knapsack
5911   Knave
5912   Knead
5913   Kneel
5914   Knell
5915   Knickknack
5916   Knife
5917   Knight
5918   Knit
5919   Knob
5920   Knock
5921   Knoll
5922   Knot
5923   Knotty
5924   Know-how
5925   Knowledge
5926   Knowledge ance
5927   Know-nothing
5928   Knuckle down
5929   Knuckle under
5930   Kooky
5931   Kosher
5932   Kowtow
5933   Kudos
5934   Kvetch
5935   Label
5936   Labor
5937   Laboratory
5938   Labored
5939   Laborer
5940   Laborious
5941   Labyrinth
5942   Lace
5943   Lacerate
5944   Lack
5945   Lackadaisical
5946   Lackey
5947   Lackluster
5948   Laconic
5949   Lacquer
5950   Lacuna
5951   Lad
5952   Laden
5953   Ladle
5954   Lady
5955   Ladylike
5956   Lag
5957   Laggard
5958   Lagoon
5959   Laid up
5960   Laid-back
5961   Lair
5962   Laissez-faire
5963   Laity
5964   Lake
5965   Lame
5966   Lamentation
5967   Lamentation shortness
5968   Lamina
5969   Laminate
5970   Lamp
5971   Lampoon
5972   Lance
5973   Land
5974   Landing
5975   landlady
5976   Landlubber
5977   landmark
5978   Landscape
5979   Landslide
5980   Language
5981   Languid
5982   Languish
5983   Languor
5984   Lank
5985   Lantern
5986   Lap
5987   Lapse
5988   Lapsus linguae
5989   Larceny
5990   Larder
5991   Large
5992   Largesse
5993   Lariat
5994   Lark
5995   Larva
5996   Lascivious
5997   Lash
5998   Lass
5999   Lasso
6000   Last
6001   Latch
6002   Late
6003   Latecomer
6004   Lately
6005   Latency
6006   Lateness
6007   Latent
6008   Lateral
6009   Latest
6010   Lather
6011   Latitude
6012   Latter
6013   Lattice
6014   Laud
6015   Laugh
6016   Laugh at
6017   Laughable
6018   Laughingstock
6019   Laughter
6020   Launch
6021   Launder
6022   Laurels
6023   Lavatory
6024   Lavish
6025   Law
6026   Law-abiding
6027   Lawbreaker
6028   Lawful
6029   Lawless
6030   Lawmaker
6031   Lawn
6032   Lawsuit
6033   Laxative
6034   Laxity
6035   Layer
6036   Layman
6037   Layoff
6038   Layout
6039   Lazy
6040   Leach
6041   Lead
6042   Leaden
6043   Leader
6044   Leadership
6045   Leaf
6046   Leafage
6047   Leaflet
6048   League
6049   Leak
6050   Lean
6051   Lean-to
6052   Leap
6053   Leap dled
6054   Learning
6055   Lease
6056   Leash
6057   Least
6058   Leather
6059   Leathery
6060   Leave
6061   Leaven
6062   Leavetaking
6063   Leavings
6064   Lecher
6065   Lecture
6066   Ledge
6067   Ledger
6068   Leech
6069   Leer
6070   Leery
6071   Leeway
6072   Left
6073   Leftover
6074   Left-wing
6075   Leg
6076   Legacy
6077   Legality
6078   Legate
6079   Legation
6080   Legend
6081   Legendary
6082   Leggings
6083   Legible
6084   Legion
6085   Legislator
6086   Legislature
6087   Legitimate
6088   Leisure
6089   Lemon
6090   Lend
6091   Length
6092   Leniency
6093   Lens
6094   Leper
6095   Leprechaun
6096   Lesbian
6097   Lesion
6098   Less
6099   Lessen
6100   Lesson
6101   Lest
6102   Let
6103   Let go
6104   Letdown
6105   Lethal
6106   Lethargy
6107   Letter
6108   Lettered
6109   Letup
6110   Levee
6111   Level
6112   Levelheaded
6113   Lever
6114   Leverage
6115   Leviathan
6116   Levity
6117   Levy
6118   Lewd
6119   Lexicon
6120   Liability
6121   Liaison
6122   Liar
6123   Libel
6124   Liberal
6125   Liberality
6126   Liberation
6127   Libertarian
6128   Libertine
6129   Liberty
6130   Libido
6131   Library
6132   Libretto
6133   License
6134   Lick
6135   Lid
6136   Lie
6137   Lieutenant
6138   Life
6139   Life preserver
6140   Life-giving
6141   Lifeless
6142   Lifelike
6143   Lifestyle
6144   Lifetime
6145   Lift
6146   Liftoff
6147   Ligature
6148   Light
6149   Light-headed
6150   Lightness
6151   Lightning
6152   Lightweight
6153   Likable
6154   Like
6155   Likely
6156   Liken
6157   Likeness
6158   Likewise
6159   Liking
6160   Lilt
6161   Limb
6162   Limber
6163   Limbo
6164   Limelight
6165   Limit
6166   Limitless
6167   Limp
6168   Limpid
6169   Line
6170   Lineage
6171   Lineament
6172   Linear
6173   Lineup
6174   Lingerie
6175   Lingo
6176   Lingua franca
6177   Linguist
6178   Liniment
6179   Lining
6180   Link
6181   Lint
6182   Lion
6183   Lionize
6184   Lip
6185   Liquefaction
6186   Liqueur
6187   Liquid
6188   Liquidate
6189   Liquor
6190   Lissome
6191   List
6192   List dle
6193   Listen
6194   Listless
6195   Litany
6196   Literacy
6197   Literal
6198   Literary
6199   Literate
6200   Literature
6201   Lithe
6202   Litigate
6203   Litigious
6204   Litter
6205   Littleness
6206   Liturgy
6207   Live
6208   Live wire
6209   Livelihood
6210   Liveliness
6211   Livid
6212   Living
6213   Lizard
6214   Load
6215   Loaded
6216   Loafer
6217   Loan
6218   Loan shark
6219   Loathe
6220   Lob
6221   Lobby
6222   Lobbyist
6223   Local
6224   Locale
6225   Location
6226   Lock
6227   Locker
6228   Locket
6229   Lockup
6230   Loco
6231   Loco citato
6232   Locum tenens
6233   Lode
6234   Lodestone
6235   Lodge
6236   Lodger
6237   Lodging
6238   Loft
6239   Lofty
6240   Log
6241   Loggerheads
6242   Logical
6243   Logo
6244   Logy
6245   Loincloth
6246   Loiter
6247   Loll
6248   Lone
6249   Lonely
6250   Long
6251   Long shot
6252   Longevity
6253   Longing
6254   Long-lived
6255   Longshoreman
6256   Long-suffering
6257   Long-winded
6258   Look
6259   Lookout
6260   Loom
6261   Loony
6262   Loop
6263   Loophole
6264   Loose
6265   Loot
6266   Lopsided
6267   Loquacity
6268   Lord
6269   Lordly
6270   Lore
6271   Loss
6272   Lot
6273   Lotion
6274   Lots
6275   Lottery
6276   Loud
6277   Loudmouthed
6278   Loudness
6279   Loudspeaker
6280   Lounge
6281   Louse
6282   Lousy
6283   Louver
6284   Love
6285   Loveless
6286   Lovelorn
6287   Lovely
6288   Lovemaking
6289   Lover
6290   Lovesick
6291   Low
6292   Lowborn
6293   Lowbrow
6294   Low-class
6295   Low-cut
6296   Lowdown
6297   Lower
6298   Lowland
6299   Lowlife
6300   Lowly
6301   Lowness
6302   Low-priced
6303   Loyal
6304   Lozenge
6305   Lsd
6306   Lucid
6307   Luck
6308   Lucky
6309   Lucrative
6310   Lucre
6311   Ludicrous
6312   Lug
6313   Luggage
6314   Lugubrious
6315   Lukewarm
6316   Lull
6317   Lumber
6318   Luminary
6319   Luminous
6320   Lump
6321   Lunatic
6322   Lunch
6323   Luncheonette
6324   Lung
6325   Lunge
6326   Lurch
6327   Lure
6328   Lurid
6329   Lurk
6330   Luscious
6331   Lush
6332   Lust
6333   Luster
6334   Lusty
6335   Luxuriant
6336   Luxurious
6337   Luxury
6338   Lynching
6339   Lyric
6340   Macabre
6341   Machiavellian
6342   Machinate
6343   Machine
6344   Machismo
6345   Macrocosm
6346   Mad
6347   Madam
6348   Madcap
6349   Madcap lullaby
6350   Madden
6351   Made-up
6352   Madhouse
6353   Madman
6354   Maelstrom
6355   Maestro
6356   Magazine
6357   Magic
6358   Magician
6359   Magisterial
6360   Magistrate
6361   Magnanimous
6362   Magnate
6363   Magnet
6364   Magnetism
6365   Magnificent
6366   Magnify
6367   Magniloquent
6368   Maid
6369   Maidenhead
6370   Maidenly
6371   Mail
6372   Maim
6373   Main
6374   Mainland
6375   Mainline
6376   Mainly
6377   Mainstay
6378   Mainstream
6379   Maintain
6380   Maître d’hôtel
6381   Majestic
6382   Majesty
6383   Major
6384   Majordomo
6385   Majority
6386   Make
6387   Make do
6388   Make-believe
6389   Makeshift
6390   Makeup
6391   Makings
6392   Mal de mer
6393   Mal de siècle
6394   Maladjusted
6395   Maladroit
6396   Malady
6397   Malaise
6398   Malcontent
6399   Male
6400   Malediction
6401   Malefactor
6402   Malevolence
6403   Malformation
6404   Malfunction
6405   Malice
6406   Malign
6407   Malignant
6408   Malinger
6409   Mall
6410   Malleable
6411   Mallet
6412   Malnutrition
6413   Malodorousness
6414   Malpractice
6415   Maltreat
6416   Mammoth
6417   Man
6418   Manacle
6419   Manage
6420   Manageable
6421   Management
6422   Manager
6423   Mañana
6424   Mandate
6425   Mandatory
6426   Maneuver
6427   Maneuver defect
6428   Manger
6429   Mangle
6430   Mangy
6431   Manhandle
6432   Manhood
6433   Manhunt
6434   Mania
6435   Maniac
6436   Manic
6437   Manicure
6438   Manifest
6439   Manifestation
6440   Manifesto
6441   Manifold
6442   Manipulate
6443   Mankind
6444   Manly
6445   Man-made
6446   Mannequin
6447   Manner
6448   Mannered
6449   Mannerism
6450   Manners
6451   Mannish
6452   Manor
6453   Manpower
6454   Mansion
6455   Manslaughter
6456   Mantle
6457   Manual
6458   Manual labor
6459   Manufacture
6460   Manure
6461   Manuscript
6462   Manuscript manful
6463   Many-sided
6464   Map
6465   Mapmaker
6466   Mar
6467   Marathon
6468   Maraud
6469   Marble
6470   March
6471   Mare nostrum
6472   Margin
6473   Marijuana
6474   Marina
6475   Marinate
6476   Marine
6477   Mariner
6478   Marionette
6479   Marital
6480   Maritime
6481   Mark
6482   Mark down
6483   Marked
6484   Marker
6485   Market
6486   Marketable
6487   Marksman
6488   Maroon
6489   Marquee
6490   Marriage
6491   Marrow
6492   Marsh
6493   Marshal
6494   Mart
6495   Martial
6496   Martial arts
6497   Martyr
6498   Martyrdom
6499   Marvel
6500   Marvelous
6501   Mascot
6502   Masculine
6503   Mash
6504   Mask
6505   Masochism
6506   Masquerader
6507   Mass
6508   Massacre
6509   Massage
6510   Massive
6511   Mast
6512   Master
6513   Master of ceremonies
6514   Masterful
6515   Mastermind
6516   Masterpiece
6517   Mastery
6518   Masturbation
6519   Mat
6520   Match
6521   Matchless
6522   Matchmaker
6523   Mate
6524   Material
6525   Materialistic
6526   Materialize
6527   Materials
6528   Matériel
6529   Maternal
6530   Mathematics
6531   Matriarch
6532   Matriculate
6533   Matrimony
6534   Matrix
6535   Matron
6536   Matter
6537   Matter-of-fact
6538   Mattress
6539   Mature
6540   Maudlin
6541   Maul
6542   Maunder
6543   Mausoleum
6544   Maven
6545   Maverick
6546   Mawkish
6547   Maxim
6548   Maximize
6549   Maximum
6550   May
6551   Maybe
6552   Mayhem
6553   Mayor
6554   Maze
6555   Mea culpa
6556   Meadow
6557   Meager
6558   Meal
6559   Mealy
6560   Mealymouthed
6561   Mean
6562   Meaning
6563   Means
6564   Mean-spirited
6565   Meantime
6566   Measure
6567   Measureless
6568   Measurement
6569   Meat
6570   Mechanic
6571   Mechanical
6572   Mechanism
6573   Medal
6574   Medallion
6575   Meddle
6576   Meddlesome
6577   Media
6578   Mediation
6579   Medic
6580   Medicine
6581   Medieval
6582   Mediocrity
6583   Medium
6584   Medley
6585   Meek
6586   Meet
6587   Meeting
6588   Melancholy
6589   Mélange
6590   Melee
6591   Mellow
6592   Melodious
6593   Melodrama
6594   Melody
6595   Melon
6596   Melt
6597   Member
6598   Membership
6599   Membrane
6600   Memento
6601   Memoir
6602   Memorable
6603   Memorandum
6604   Memorial
6605   Memory
6606   Memory meditate
6607   Mention
6608   Mentor
6609   Menu
6610   Mercantile
6611   Mercenary
6612   Merchandise
6613   Merchant
6614   Merciful
6615   Merciless
6616   Mercy
6617   Mere
6618   Merely
6619   Merge
6620   Merger
6621   Meridian
6622   Merit
6623   Mermaid
6624   Merry
6625   Merry-go-round
6626   Merrymaking
6627   Mesh
6628   Mesmerize
6629   Mess
6630   Mess hall
6631   Message
6632   Messenger
6633   Messy
6634   Metal
6635   Metamorphosis
6636   Metaphorical
6637   Metaphysical
6638   Mete
6639   Meteor
6640   Meteoric
6641   Meteorology
6642   Meter
6643   Method
6644   Meticulous
6645   Métier
6646   Metropolitan
6647   Mettle
6648   Mettlesome
6649   Microbe
6650   Microcosm
6651   Microorganism
6652   Microphone
6653   Microprocessor
6654   Microscopic
6655   Microwave
6656   Midday
6657   Middle
6658   Militia
6659   Milk
6660   Milky
6661   Mill
6662   Millennium
6663   Millstone
6664   Mimic
6665   Mince
6666   Mind
6667   Mind reader
6668   Mind-boggling
6669   Mindful
6670   Mindless
6671   Mine
6672   Mineral
6673   Mingle
6674   Miniature
6675   Minimal
6676   Minimize
6677   Minimum
6678   Minion
6679   Minister
6680   Ministry
6681   Minor
6682   Minority
6683   Minstrel
6684   Mint
6685   Minus
6686   Minuscule
6687   Minute
6688   Minutiae
6689   Miracle
6690   Miraculous
6691   Mirage
6692   Mire
6693   Mirror
6694   Mirth
6695   Misanthrope
6696   Misapprehend
6697   Misbegotten
6698   Misbehavior
6699   Miscalculate
6700   Miscarry
6701   Miscellaneous
6702   Miscellany
6703   Mischief
6704   Misconduct
6705   Misconstrue
6706   Miscreant
6707   Misdeed
6708   Misdemeanor
6709   Misdirect
6710   Mise en scène
6711   Miser
6712   Miserable
6713   Misery
6714   Misfire
6715   Misfit
6716   Misfortune
6717   Misgiving
6718   Misguide
6719   Mishandle
6720   Mishap
6721   Mishmash
6722   Misinformation
6723   Misinterpretation
6724   Misjudgment
6725   Misjudgment misconception
6726   Mislay
6727   Mislead
6728   Mismanage
6729   Misnomer
6730   Misogyny
6731   Misplace
6732   Misprint
6733   Mispronounce
6734   Misquote
6735   misrepresentation
6736   misrule
6737   Miss
6738   Misshapen
6739   Missile
6740   Missing
6741   Mission
6742   Missionary
6743   Misspeak
6744   Misspent
6745   Misstatement
6746   Misstep
6747   Mist
6748   Mistake
6749   Mistreat
6750   Mistress
6751   Mistrust
6752   Misty
6753   Misunderstanding
6754   Misuse
6755   Mite
6756   Mitigate
6757   Mixed bag
6758   Mixture
6759   Mixup
6760   Moan
6761   Moat
6762   Mob
6763   Mobile
6764   Mobilize
6765   Mobster
6766   Mock
6767   Mock-up
6768   Mod
6769   Mode
6770   Model
6771   MODERATION
6772   Modern
6773   Modernism
6774   Modernize
6775   Modesty
6776   Modicum
6777   Modification
6778   Modify
6779   Modish
6780   Modulation
6781   Module
6782   Modus operandi
6783   Modus vivendi
6784   Mogul
6785   Mohammedan
6786   Moisture
6787   Mold
6788   Molding
6789   Moldy
6790   Molecule
6791   Molehill
6792   Molest
6793   Mollify
6794   Mollycoddle
6795   Molt
6796   Molten
6797   Moment
6798   Momentary
6799   Momentous
6800   Momentum
6801   Monarch
6802   Monastery
6803   Monasticism
6804   Money
6805   Moneylender
6806   Mongrel
6807   Moniker
6808   Monitor
6809   Monitory
6810   Monk
6811   Monkey
6812   Monocle
6813   Monolith
6814   Monologue
6815   Monopolize
6816   Monopoly
6817   Monotonous
6818   Monsoon
6819   Monster
6820   Monstrous
6821   Monument
6822   Mooch
6823   Mood
6824   Moody
6825   Moon
6826   Moonshine
6827   Moor
6828   Moot
6829   Mop
6830   Mope
6831   Moral
6832   Morale
6833   Morality
6834   Morals
6835   Morass
6836   Moratorium
6837   Morbid
6838   Mordant
6839   More
6840   Morgue
6841   Moribund
6842   Morning
6843   Moron
6844   Morose
6845   Morsel
6846   Mortal
6847   Mortar
6848   Mortgage
6849   Mortification
6850   Mortify
6851   Mortuary
6852   Mosaic
6853   Mosque
6854   Moss
6855   Most
6856   Mot
6857   Mote
6858   Motel
6859   Moth-eaten
6860   Mother
6861   Motherhood
6862   Motif
6863   Motion
6864   Motion or moving pictures
6865   Motivate
6866   Motive
6867   Motley
6868   Motor
6869   Motorboat
6870   Motorcade
6871   Motorcycle
6872   Motorist
6873   Mottled
6874   Motto
6875   Mound
6876   Mount
6877   Mountain
6878   Mountaineer
6879   Mountainous
6880   Mountebank
6881   Mourn
6882   Mourner
6883   Mournful
6884   Mousy
6885   Mouth
6886   Mouthpiece
6887   Movable
6888   Move
6889   Movement
6890   Movie
6891   Moving
6892   Mow
6893   Moxie
6894   Much
6895   Muck
6896   Muckraker
6897   Mud
6898   Muddle
6899   Muddle through
6900   Mudslinger
6901   Muffin
6902   Muffle
6903   Muffler
6904   Mug
6905   Muggy
6906   Mule
6907   Mulish
6908   Mull
6909   Multiformity
6910   Multilateral
6911   Multiple
6912   Multiplication
6913   Multiply
6914   Multitude
6915   Mum
6916   Mumble
6917   Mumbo-jumbo
6918   Mummy
6919   Munch
6920   Mundane
6921   Municipal
6922   Munificent
6923   Munitions
6924   Mural
6925   Murder
6926   Murderer
6927   Murderous
6928   Murk
6929   Murky
6930   Murmur
6931   Muscle
6932   Muscular
6933   Muse
6934   Musette
6935   Museum
6936   Mush
6937   Mushroom
6938   Mushy
6939   Music
6940   Musket
6941   Musketeer
6942   Muss
6943   Must
6944   Mustache
6945   Muster
6946   Musty
6947   Mutation
6948   Mute
6949   Mutilate
6950   Mutiny
6951   Mutter
6952   Mutual
6953   Muzzle
6954   Myriad
6955   Mystery
6956   Mystic
6957   Mystify
6958   Mystique
6959   Myth
6960   Mythical
6961   Mythical deities
6962   Nab
6963   Nadir
6964   Nag
6965   Nail
6966   Naive
6967   Naked
6968   Namby-pamby
6969   Name
6970   Nameless
6971   Namely
6972   Nanny
6973   Nap
6974   Nape
6975   Napkin
6976   Narcissism
6977   Narcotic
6978   Narrate
6979   Narrative
6980   Narrow
6981   Narrow-minded
6982   Narrowness
6983   Narrows
6984   Nasal
6985   Nascent
6986   Nasty
6987   Nation
6988   National
6989   Nationalism
6990   Nationality
6991   Native
6992   Native american
6993   Nativity
6994   Natty
6995   Natural
6996   Naturalist
6997   Naturalize
6998   Nature
6999   Naturist
7000   Naughty
7001   Nausea
7002   Nauseate
7003   Nautical
7004   Naval
7005   Navel
7006   Navigation
7007   Navigation sic
7008   Navy
7009   Nazi
7010   Ne plus ultra
7011   Neanderthal
7012   Nearness
7013   Nearsighted
7014   Neat
7015   Nebulous
7016   Necessity
7017   Neck
7018   Necklace
7019   Necktie
7020   Necrology
7021   Necromancy
7022   Nectar
7023   Need
7024   Needful
7025   Needle
7026   Needless
7027   Needlework
7028   Needy
7029   Ne'er-do-well
7030   Nefarious
7031   Negation
7032   Negative
7033   Neglect
7034   Negligee
7035   Negligent
7036   Negligible
7037   Negotiable
7038   Negotiate
7039   Negro
7040   Neighbor
7041   Neighborhood
7042   Neighborly [ 533 ] newcomer ness
7043   Neither
7044   Nemesis
7045   Neology
7046   Neophyte
7047   Nepotism
7048   Nerd
7049   Nerve
7050   Nerveless
7051   Nervous
7052   Nervy
7053   Nest
7054   Nest egg
7055   N'est-ce pas?
7056   Nestle
7057   Nether
7058   Nettle
7059   Network
7060   Neurosis
7061   Neuter
7062   Neutral
7063   Neutralize
7064   Never
7065   Nevertheless
7066   New
7067   New testament
7068   Newborn
7069   Newcomer
7070   Newfangled
7071   Newlywed
7072   Newness
7073   News eigner
7074   Newsletter
7075   Newspaper
7076   Next
7077   Nib
7078   Nibble
7079   Nice
7080   Nicety
7081   Niche
7082   Nicht wahr?
7083   Nick
7084   Nickelodeon
7085   Nickname
7086   Nifty
7087   Niggardly
7088   Niggle
7089   Night
7090   Nightclothes
7091   Nightclub
7092   Nightgown
7093   Nightmare
7094   Nihilism
7095   Nil desperandum
7096   Nimble
7097   Nincompoop
7098   Nip
7099   Nipple
7100   Nippy
7101   Nirvana
7102   Nitpick
7103   Nitty-gritty
7104   Nitwit
7105   Nix
7106   Nixie
7107   No
7108   Nobility
7109   Nobody
7110   Nocturnal
7111   Nocturne
7112   Nod
7113   Node
7114   No-good
7115   Noise
7116   Noiseless
7117   Noisome
7118   Nolens volens
7119   Nom de guerre
7120   Nom de plume
7121   Nomad
7122   No-man's-land
7123   Nomenclature
7124   Nominal
7125   Nominate
7126   Nominee
7127   Non compos mentis
7128   Non sequitur
7129   Nonalcoholic
7130   Nonaligned
7131   Nonbeliever
7132   Nonchalance
7133   Non-christian
7134   Noncombatant
7135   Noncommittal
7136   Nonconformity
7137   Nondenominational
7138   Nondescript
7139   None
7140   Nonentity
7141   Nonessential
7142   Nonesuch
7143   Nonetheless
7144   Nonexistence
7145   Nonfiction
7146   Nonpareil
7147   Nonpartisan
7148   Nonpayment
7149   Nonplus
7150   Nonsense
7151   Nonstop
7152   Nonviolence
7153   Nook
7154   Noon
7155   Noose
7156   Norm
7157   Normal
7158   North
7159   Nose
7160   Nosedive
7161   Nosegay
7162   Nosh
7163   Nostalgia
7164   Nosy
7165   Nota bene
7166   Notable
7167   Notarize
7168   Notation
7169   Notch
7170   Note
7171   Notebook
7172   Noted
7173   Noteworthy
7174   Nothing
7175   Notice
7176   Noticeable
7177   Noticeable nonviolence
7178   Notify
7179   Notion
7180   Notoriety
7181   Notwithstanding
7182   Nourish
7183   Nouveau riche
7184   Novel
7185   Novelist
7186   Novelty
7187   Novice
7188   Now
7189   Noway
7190   Nowhere
7191   Noxious
7192   Nozzle
7193   Nth degree
7194   Nuance
7195   Nub
7196   Nubile
7197   Nuclear
7198   Nucleus
7199   Nude
7200   Nudge
7201   Nudism
7202   Nugatory
7203   Nugget
7204   Nuisance
7205   Nuke
7206   Null
7207   Nullification
7208   Nullity
7209   Numb
7210   Numeration
7211   Numerous
7212   Numskull
7213   Nun
7214   Nunnery
7215   Nuptial
7216   Nurse
7217   Nursery
7218   Nurture
7219   Nut
7220   Nutrient
7221   Nutritious
7222   Nutshell
7223   Nutty
7224   Nuzzle
7225   Nymph
7226   Oaf
7227   Oar
7228   Oarsman
7229   Oasis
7230   Obdurate
7231   Obedience
7232   Obeisance
7233   Obelisk
7234   Obese
7235   Obey
7236   Obfuscate
7237   Obiter dictum
7238   Obituary
7239   Object
7240   Objection
7241   Objectionable
7242   Objective
7243   Oblation
7244   Obligation
7245   Oblige
7246   Obliging
7247   Obliquity
7248   Obliterate
7249   Oblivion
7250   Oblong
7251   Obloquy
7252   Obnoxious
7253   Oboe
7254   Obscene
7255   Obscurity
7256   Obsequies
7257   Obsequious
7258   Observance
7259   Observant
7260   Observation
7261   Observe
7262   Obsess
7263   Obsession
7264   Obsolescence
7265   Obsolete
7266   Obstacle
7267   Obstinacy
7268   Obstreperous
7269   Obstruct
7270   Obtain
7271   Obtrude
7272   Obtuse
7273   Obverse
7274   Obviate
7275   Obvious
7276   Occasion
7277   Occasional
7278   Occult
7279   Occupant
7280   Occupation
7281   Occupy
7282   Occurrence
7283   Ocean
7284   Ocular
7285   Oculist
7286   Odd
7287   Oddball
7288   Oddity
7289   Odds
7290   Ode
7291   Odious
7292   Odor
7293   Odorlessness
7294   Odyssey
7295   Off
7296   Offal
7297   Offbeat
7298   Off-chance
7299   Off-color
7300   Offend
7301   Offender
7302   Offense
7303   Offer
7304   Offering
7305   Offhand
7306   Office
7307   Officer
7308   Official
7309   Officiate
7310   Officious
7311   Off-limits
7312   Offset
7313   Offshoot
7314   Offspring
7315   Off-the-record
7316   Often
7317   Ogle
7318   Ogre
7319   Oil
7320   Ointment
7321   Ok
7322   Old
7323   Old testament
7324   Old-fashioned
7325   Oldness
7326   Old-timer
7327   Oligarchy
7328   Omen
7329   Ominous
7330   Omission
7331   Omit
7332   Omnibus
7333   Omnipotent
7334   Omnipresent
7335   Omniscient
7336   Omnivorous
7337   On
7338   Once
7339   Once-over
7340   Oncoming
7341   Onerous
7342   One-sided
7343   Ongoing
7344   Onlooker
7345   Only
7346   Onset
7347   Onslaught
7348   Onus
7349   Onward
7350   Ooze
7351   Opacity
7352   Opaque
7353   Open
7354   Opening
7355   Open-minded
7356   Opera
7357   Operate
7358   Operative
7359   Operator
7360   Operetta
7361   Opiate
7362   Opinion
7363   Opinionated
7364   Opium
7365   Opponent
7366   Opportune
7367   Opportunism
7368   Opportunity
7369   Oppose
7370   Opposition
7371   Oppress
7372   Oppressive
7373   Oppressor
7374   Opprobrious
7375   Opt
7376   Optical instruments
7377   Optimal
7378   Optimism
7379   Option
7380   Optional
7381   Opulent
7382   Opus
7383   Oracle
7384   Oral
7385   Orange
7386   Oration
7387   Oratory
7388   Orb
7389   Orbit
7390   Orchard
7391   Orchestra
7392   Ordain
7393   Ordeal
7394   Order
7395   Ordinance
7396   Ordinary
7397   Ordnance
7398   Organ
7399   Organic
7400   Organic matter
7401   Organization
7402   Orgasm
7403   Orgy
7404   Orient
7405   Orifice
7406   Origin
7407   Original
7408   Ornament
7409   Ornate
7410   Ornery
7411   Orphan
7412   Orphanage
7413   Orthodox
7414   Oscillate
7415   Oscillation
7416   Ossify
7417   Ostensible
7418   Ostentation
7419   Ostracize
7420   Other
7421   Otherwise
7422   Otherworldly
7423   Oust
7424   Out
7425   Out-and-out
7426   Outbreak
7427   Outburst
7428   Outcast
7429   Outclass
7430   Outcome
7431   Outcry
7432   Outdated
7433   Outdistance
7434   Outdoor
7435   Outer
7436   Outfit
7437   Outflow
7438   Outgoing
7439   Outgrowth
7440   Outhouse
7441   Outing
7442   Outlandish
7443   Outlast
7444   Outlaw
7445   Outlay
7446   Outlet
7447   Outline
7448   Outlive
7449   Outlook
7450   Outlying
7451   Outmoded
7452   Out-of-date
7453   Out-of-the-way
7454   Outpost
7455   Outpouring
7456   Output
7457   Outrage
7458   Outrageous
7459   Outreach
7460   Outright
7461   Outrun
7462   Outshine
7463   Outside
7464   Outsider
7465   Outskirts
7466   Outsmart
7467   Outspoken
7468   Outstanding
7469   Outstretched
7470   Outstrip
7471   Outward
7472   Outweigh
7473   Outwit
7474   Oval
7475   Ovation
7476   Oven
7477   Over
7478   Overact
7479   Overactive
7480   Overall
7481   Overawe
7482   Overbalance
7483   Overbearing
7484   Overcast
7485   Overcautious
7486   Overcharge
7487   Overcoat
7488   Overcome
7489   Overconfident
7490   Overcrowded
7491   Overdo
7492   Overdue
7493   Overeat
7494   Overestimation
7495   Overflow
7496   Overgrown
7497   Overhang
7498   Overhaul
7499   Overhead
7500   Overhear
7501   Overjoyed
7502   Overkill
7503   Overlap
7504   Overlay
7505   Overlook
7506   Overlord
7507   Overrated
7508   Override
7509   Overrule
7510   Overrunning
7511   Overseas
7512   Oversee
7513   Overshadow
7514   Overshoe
7515   Oversight
7516   Overstate
7517   Overstep
7518   Overt
7519   Overtake
7520   Overthrow
7521   Overtone
7522   Overture
7523   Overturn
7524   Overview
7525   Overweight
7526   Overwhelm
7527   Overwork
7528   Overwrought
7529   Ovum
7530   Owe
7531   Own
7532   Ownership
7533   Oxymoron
7534   Pace
7535   Pachyderm
7536   Pacific
7537   Pacification
7538   Pacifier
7539   Pack
7540   Pack animal
7541   Package
7542   Packet
7543   Packing
7544   Pact
7545   Pad
7546   Padding
7547   Paddle
7548   Padlock
7549   Paean
7550   Pagan
7551   Page
7552   Pageant
7553   Pail
7554   Pain
7555   Painkiller
7556   Painless
7557   Pains
7558   Painstaking
7559   Painting
7560   Pair
7561   Pajamas
7562   Pal
7563   Palace
7564   Palatable
7565   Palatial
7566   Palaver
7567   Pale
7568   Palisade
7569   Pall
7570   Pallet
7571   Palliate
7572   Pallid
7573   Pallor
7574   Palm
7575   Palpable
7576   Palpitate
7577   Palsy
7578   Palter
7579   Paltry
7580   Pamper
7581   Pamphlet
7582   Pamphleteer
7583   Pan
7584   Panacea
7585   Pancake
7586   Pandemic
7587   Pandemonium
7588   Pander
7589   Pandora’s box
7590   Pane
7591   Panegyric
7592   Pang
7593   Panhandle
7594   Panic
7595   Panicky
7596   Panoply
7597   Panorama
7598   Panpipe
7599   Pansy
7600   Pant
7601   Pantomime
7602   Pantry
7603   Pants
7604   Pap
7605   Papacy
7606   Paparazzo
7607   Paper
7608   Paperback
7609   Papers
7610   Par
7611   Parable
7612   Parachute
7613   Parade
7614   Paradise
7615   Paradox
7616   Paradoxical
7617   Paragon
7618   Paragraph
7619   Parallel
7620   Paralysis
7621   Paralyze
7622   Parameter
7623   Paramount
7624   Paramour
7625   Paranoid
7626   Parapet
7627   Paraphernalia
7628   Paraphrase
7629   Parasite
7630   Parasol
7631   Paratrooper
7632   Parboil
7633   Parcel
7634   Parch
7635   Parchment
7636   Pardon
7637   Pare
7638   Parent
7639   Parenthetical
7640   Pariah
7641   Parish
7642   Parishioner
7643   Parity
7644   Park
7645   Parkway
7646   Parlance
7647   parlay
7648   Parley
7649   Parliament
7650   Parlor
7651   Parochial
7652   Parody
7653   Parole
7654   Paroxysm
7655   Parrot
7656   Parry
7657   Parsimony
7658   Parson
7659   Parsonage
7660   Part
7661   Partake
7662   Partial
7663   Participate
7664   Particle
7665   Particular
7666   Particularize
7667   Parting
7668   Partisan
7669   Partisanship
7670   Partition
7671   Partly
7672   Partner
7673   Partnership
7674   Part-time
7675   Party
7676   Parvenu
7677   Pass
7678   pass the hat
7679   Passable
7680   Passage
7681   Passé
7682   Passe partout
7683   Passenger
7684   Passerby
7685   Passim
7686   Passing
7687   Passion
7688   Passionate
7689   Passive
7690   Passivity
7691   Passkey
7692   Passport
7693   Password
7694   Past
7695   Paste
7696   Pasteboard
7697   Pastel
7698   Pasteurize
7699   Pastiche
7700   Pastime
7701   Pastor
7702   Pastoral
7703   Pastry
7704   Pasture
7705   Pasty
7706   Pat
7707   Patch
7708   Patent
7709   Pater noster
7710   Paternal
7711   Paternity
7712   Path
7713   Pathetic
7714   Pathfinder
7715   Pathological
7716   Pathos
7717   Patience
7718   Patient
7719   Patina
7720   Patio
7721   Patois
7722   Patriarch
7723   Patrician
7724   Patrimony
7725   Patriot
7726   Patriotism
7727   Patrol
7728   Patrolman
7729   Patron
7730   Patronage
7731   Patronize
7732   Patsy
7733   Patter
7734   Pattern
7735   Paucity
7736   Paunch
7737   Pauper
7738   Pause
7739   Pave
7740   Pavement
7741   Pavilion
7742   Paw
7743   Pawn
7744   Pawnshop
7745   Pay
7746   Payment
7747   Peace
7748   Peaceful
7749   Peak
7750   Peaked
7751   Peal
7752   Peanuts
7753   Pearl
7754   Pearly
7755   Peasant
7756   Pebble
7757   Peck
7758   Peculiar
7759   Pecuniary
7760   Pedagogical
7761   Pedal
7762   Pedant
7763   Pedantic
7764   Peddle
7765   Peddler
7766   Pederast
7767   Pedestal
7768   Pedestrian
7769   Pedigree
7770   Pedophile
7771   Peek
7772   Peel
7773   Peep
7774   Peer
7775   Peerage
7776   Peerless
7777   Peevish
7778   Peg
7779   Pejorative
7780   Pellet
7781   Pellmell
7782   Pelt
7783   Pen
7784   Penalize
7785   Penalty
7786   Penance
7787   Penchant
7788   Pencil
7789   Pend
7790   Pendency
7791   Pendent
7792   Pending
7793   Pendulum
7794   Penetrate
7795   Penetrating
7796   Peninsula
7797   Penitence
7798   Penitentiary
7799   Penmanship
7800   Pennant
7801   Penniless
7802   Pension
7803   Pensive
7804   Pent-up
7805   Penurious
7806   Penury
7807   Peon
7808   People
7809   Pep
7810   Pep talk
7811   Pepper
7812   Per
7813   Per annum
7814   Per capita
7815   Per diem
7816   Per se
7817   Perceive
7818   Percentage
7819   Perceptible
7820   Perceptive
7821   Perch
7822   Percolate
7823   Percussion
7824   Perdition
7825   Peremptory
7826   Perennial
7827   Perfection
7828   Perfidious
7829   Perforate
7830   Perforce
7831   Perform
7832   Performance
7833   Performing arts
7834   Perfume
7835   Perfunctory
7836   Perhaps
7837   Peril
7838   Perimeter
7839   Period
7840   Periodic
7841   Periodical
7842   Periodicity
7843   Peripheral
7844   Perish
7845   Perishable
7846   Perjury
7847   Perk
7848   Perky
7849   Permanence
7850   Permanent
7851   Permeate
7852   Permission
7853   Permutation
7854   Pernicious
7855   Peroration
7856   Perpendicular
7857   Perpetrate
7858   Perpetuity
7859   Perplex
7860   Perquisite
7861   Persecute
7862   Perseverance
7863   Persist
7864   Person
7865   Persona non grata
7866   Personable
7867   Personage
7868   Personal
7869   Personality
7870   Personify
7871   Personnel
7872   Perspective
7873   Perspicacity
7874   Perspicuity
7875   Perspire
7876   Persuade
7877   Persuasible
7878   Persuasion
7879   Persuasive
7880   Pert
7881   Pertain
7882   Pertinacious
7883   Pertinent
7884   Perturbation
7885   Peruse
7886   Pervade
7887   Perverse
7888   Perversion
7889   Perversity
7890   Pervert
7891   Pesky
7892   Pessimism
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7894   Pester
7895   Pesticide
7896   Pestilence
7897   Pet
7898   Petal
7899   Peter out
7900   Petition
7901   Petrify
7902   Petroleum
7903   Petticoat
7904   Petty
7905   Petulant
7906   Phallic
7907   Phantasm
7908   Phantom
7909   Pharmacist
7910   Phase
7911   Phenomenon
7912   Philanderer
7913   Philanthropy
7914   Philistine
7915   Philosophical
7916   Phlegmatic
7917   Phobia
7918   Phone
7919   Phonetic
7920   Phonograph
7921   Phony
7922   Photocopy
7923   Photography
7924   Phrase
7925   Physic
7926   Physical
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7928   Physique
7929   Piano
7930   Piazza
7931   Picaresque
7932   Picayune
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7934   Picket
7935   Pickle
7936   Pickpocket
7937   Pickup
7938   Picnic
7939   Pictorial
7940   Picture
7941   Picturesque
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7947   Pied-à-terre
7948   Pier
7949   Pierce
7950   Piercing
7951   Piety
7952   Pig
7953   Pigeon
7954   Pigeonhole
7955   Piggish
7956   Piggyback
7957   Pigheaded
7958   Pigment
7959   Pigmy
7960   Pigsty
7961   Pike
7962   Piker
7963   Pile
7964   Pile-up
7965   Pilfer
7966   Pilgrim
7967   Pilgrimage
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7969   Pillage
7970   Pillar
7971   Pillow
7972   Pilot
7973   Pimp
7974   Pimple
7975   Pin
7976   Pinch
7977   Pinch-hit
7978   Pine
7979   Pink slip
7980   Pinnacle
7981   Pinpoint
7982   Pinto
7983   Pinup
7984   Pioneer
7985   Pious
7986   Pipe
7987   Pipsqueak
7988   Piquant
7989   Pique
7990   Pirate
7991   Pis aller
7992   Piss
7993   Pistol
7994   Pit
7995   Pitch
7996   Pitch in
7997   Pitcher
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7999   Pitfall
8000   Pith
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8003   Pitiful
8004   Pitiless
8005   Pittance
8006   Pitted
8007   Pity
8008   Pivot
8009   Pivotal
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8011   Placard
8012   Placate
8013   Place
8014   Placid
8015   Plagiarize
8016   Plague
8017   Plaid
8018   Plain
8019   Plainsong
8020   Plain-spoken
8021   Plaintiff
8022   Plaintive
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8024   Plane
8025   Planet
8026   Plank
8027   Plant
8028   Plantation
8029   Plaque
8030   Plaster
8031   Plastered
8032   Plastic
8033   Plate
8034   Plateau
8035   Platform
8036   Platitude
8037   Platonic
8038   Platter
8039   Plaudit
8040   Plausible
8041   Play
8042   Play down
8043   Playboy
8044   Player
8045   Playful
8046   Playground
8047   Plaything
8048   Playwright
8049   Plaza
8050   Plea
8051   Plead
8052   Pleasant
8053   Pleasantry
8054   Please
8055   Pleasure
8056   Pleasure
8057   Pleat
8058   Plebeian
8059   Plebiscite
8060   Pledge
8061   Plenty
8062   Pleonasm
8063   Plethora
8064   Pliable
8065   Pliant
8066   Pliers
8067   Plight
8068   Plod
8069   Plot
8070   Plow
8071   Ploy
8072   Pluck
8073   Plug
8074   Plum
8075   Plumage
8076   Plumb
8077   Plume
8078   Plummet
8079   Plump
8080   Plunder
8081   Plunge
8082   Plural
8083   Plus
8084   Plush
8085   Plutocrat
8086   Ply
8087   Poach
8088   Pock
8089   Pocket
8090   Pocketbook
8091   Pod
8092   Podium
8093   Poetry
8094   Pogrom
8095   Poignant
8096   Point
8097   Point of view
8098   Point-blank
8099   Pointed
8100   Pointless
8101   Poise
8102   Poison
8103   Poisonous
8104   Poke
8105   Poker
8106   Poker-faced
8107   Poky
8108   Polar
8109   Polarize
8110   Pole
8111   Polemic
8112   Polestar
8113   Police
8114   Policeman
8115   Policy
8116   Polish
8117   Polite
8118   Politic
8119   Politician
8120   Politics
8121   Poll
8122   Pollute
8123   Poltergeist
8124   Poltroon
8125   Polygamy
8126   Pomade
8127   Pommel
8128   Pomp
8129   Pompous
8130   Pond
8131   Ponder
8132   Ponderous
8133   Pontiff
8134   Pontificate
8135   Pontoon
8136   Pony
8137   Pooch
8138   Pool
8139   Poop
8140   Poor
8141   Pop
8142   Poppycock
8143   Populace
8144   Popular
8145   Population
8146   Populous
8147   Porcelain
8148   Porch
8149   Pore
8150   Pornography
8151   Porous
8152   Porridge
8153   Port
8154   Portable
8155   Portal
8156   Portend
8157   Portent
8158   Porter
8159   Portfolio
8160   Portico
8161   Portion
8162   Portly
8163   Portrait
8164   Portray
8165   Pose
8166   Poser
8167   Posh
8168   Posit
8169   Position
8170   Positive
8171   Posse
8172   Possess
8173   Possession
8174   Possibility
8175   Post
8176   Postage
8177   Poster
8178   Posterior
8179   Posterity
8180   Posthaste
8181   Posthumous
8182   Postman
8183   Postmortem
8184   Postpone
8185   Postscript
8186   Postulate
8187   Posture
8188   Pot
8189   Potable
8190   Potboiler
8191   Potent
8192   Potentate
8193   Potential
8194   Potion
8195   Potpourri
8196   Pottery
8197   Pouch
8198   Poultry
8199   Pounce
8200   Pound
8201   Pour
8202   Pout
8203   Poverty
8204   Powderiness
8205   Power
8206   Powerhouse
8207   Powerless
8208   Powwow
8209   Pox
8210   Practicable
8211   Practical
8212   Practically
8213   Practice
8214   Pragmatic
8215   Prairie
8216   Praise
8217   Praiseworthy
8218   Prance
8219   Prank
8220   Prankster
8221   Prate
8222   Prattle
8223   Pray
8224   Preach
8225   Preacher
8226   Preamble
8227   Precarious
8228   Precaution
8229   Precedence
8230   Precept
8231   Precinct
8232   Precious
8233   Precipice
8234   Precipitate
8235   Precipitous
8236   Précis
8237   Precise
8238   Preclude
8239   Precocious
8240   Preconception
8241   Precursor
8242   Predacious
8243   Predecessor
8244   Predestine
8245   Predetermine
8246   Predicament
8247   Predicate
8248   Prediction
8249   Predilection
8250   Predisposed
8251   Predominant
8252   Preeminent
8253   Preempt
8254   Preen
8255   Prefabricated
8256   Preface
8257   Prefect
8258   Prefer
8259   Preference
8260   Preferment
8261   Prefigure
8262   Pregnable
8263   Pregnant
8264   Prehistoric
8265   Prejudge
8266   Prejudice
8267   Prelate
8268   Preliminary
8269   Prelude
8270   Premature
8271   Premeditate
8272   Premier
8273   Premiere
8274   Premise
8275   Premium
8276   Premonition
8277   Preoccupied
8278   Preparation
8279   Preponderance
8280   Prepossessing
8281   Preposterous
8282   Prerequisite
8283   Prerogative
8284   Presage
8285   Preschool
8286   Prescribe
8287   Prescription
8288   Presence
8289   Presence
8290   Present
8291   Present
8292   Presentable
8293   Presentation
8294   President
8295   Press
8296   Pressing
8297   Pressionable
8298   Pressure
8299   Prestige
8300   Presto
8301   Presume
8302   Presumption
8303   Presuppose
8304   Pretend
8305   Pretender
8306   Pretense
8307   Pretext
8308   Prettify
8309   Pretty
8310   Prevail
8311   Prevalent
8312   Prevaricate
8313   Prevent
8314   Preview
8315   Previous
8316   Prey
8317   Price
8318   Priceless
8319   Prick
8320   Prickly
8321   Pride
8322   Priest
8323   Priggish
8324   Prim
8325   Prima donna
8326   prima facie
8327   Primary
8328   Primate
8329   Prime
8330   Primer
8331   Primitive
8332   Primness
8333   Primp
8334   Prince
8335   Princely
8336   Princess
8337   Principal
8338   Principality
8339   Principle
8340   Prink
8341   Print
8342   Printing
8343   Priority
8344   Prismatic
8345   Prison
8346   Prissy
8347   Pristine
8348   Private
8349   Privation
8350   Privilege
8351   Privy
8352   Prix fixe
8353   Prize
8354   Pro bono publico
8355   Pro forma
8356   Pro rata
8357   Pro tempore
8358   Probability
8359   Probably
8360   Probe
8361   Probity
8362   Problem
8363   Problematical
8364   Proboscis
8365   Procedure
8366   Proceed
8367   Proceeding
8368   Proceeds
8369   Process
8370   Procession
8371   Proclaim
8372   Proclamation
8373   Proclivity
8374   Procrastination
8375   Procreate
8376   Proctor
8377   Procure
8378   Procurer
8379   Prod
8380   Prodigality
8381   Prodigious
8382   Prodigy
8383   Produce
8384   Product
8385   Production
8386   Profane
8387   Profess
8388   Profession
8389   Professor
8390   Proffer
8391   Proficient
8392   Profile
8393   Profit
8394   Profitable
8395   Profiteer
8396   Profligate
8397   Profound
8398   Profusion
8399   Progenitor
8400   Progeny
8401   Prognosticate
8402   Program
8403   Progress
8404   Progression
8405   Progressive
8406   Prohibition
8407   Project
8408   Projectile
8409   Projection
8410   Projector
8411   Proletariat
8412   Proliferate
8413   Prolific
8414   Prolix
8415   Prologue
8416   Prolong
8417   Promenade
8418   Prominent
8419   Promiscuous
8420   Promise
8421   Promise
8422   Promising
8423   Promote
8424   Promoter
8425   Prompt
8426   Prompter
8427   Promulgate
8428   Prone
8429   Prong
8430   Pronounce
8431   Pronto
8432   Pronunciation
8433   Proof
8434   Prop
8435   Propaganda
8436   Propagate
8437   Propel
8438   Propeller
8439   Propensity
8440   Proper
8441   Property
8442   Prophecy
8443   Prophet
8444   Prophylactic
8445   Propinquity
8446   Propitiate
8447   Propitious
8448   Proponent
8449   Proportion
8450   Proportional
8451   Proportionate
8452   Proposal
8453   Propose
8454   Proposition
8455   Propound
8456   Proprietor
8457   Propriety
8458   Propulsion
8459   Prosaic
8460   Proscribe
8461   Prose
8462   Prosecute
8463   Proselyte
8464   Prosody
8465   Prospect
8466   Prospective
8467   Prospector
8468   Prospectus
8469   Prosperity
8470   Prostitute
8471   Prostrate
8472   Prosy
8473   Protect
8474   Protection
8475   Protégé
8476   Protest
8477   Protestant
8478   Protocol
8479   Prototype
8480   Protract
8481   Protrude
8482   Protuberance
8483   Proud
8484   Prove
8485   Provender
8486   Provide
8487   Provided
8488   Providential
8489   Province
8490   Provincial
8491   Provision
8492   Provisional
8493   Proviso
8494   Provisory
8495   Provocation
8496   Provocative
8497   Provoke
8498   Prow
8499   Prowess
8500   Prowl
8501   Prowler
8502   Proximity
8503   Proxy
8504   Prude
8505   Prudence
8506   Prudent
8507   Prudery
8508   Prudish
8509   Prune
8510   Prurient
8511   Pry
8512   Psalm
8513   Pseudo
8514   Pseudonym
8515   Psych
8516   Psyche
8517   Psychiatrist
8518   Psychic
8519   Psychopath
8520   Psychosis
8521   Psychotherapy
8522   Psychotic
8523   Pub
8524   Puberty
8525   Public
8526   Publication
8527   Publicity
8528   Pucker
8529   Pudding
8530   Puddle
8531   Pudgy
8532   Puerile
8533   Puff
8534   Pugilism
8535   Pugnacious
8536   Puke
8537   Pull
8538   Pulp
8539   Pulpit
8540   Pulsate
8541   Pulse
8542   Pulverize
8543   Pummel
8544   Pump
8545   Pun
8546   Punch
8547   Punchy
8548   Punctilious
8549   Punctual
8550   Punctuate
8551   Puncture
8552   Pundit
8553   Pungency
8554   Punishment
8555   Punk
8556   Puny
8557   Pup
8558   Pupil
8559   Puppet
8560   Puppy
8561   Purblind
8562   Purchase
8563   Pure
8564   Purgative
8565   Purgatory
8566   Purge
8567   Purify
8568   Puritanical
8569   Purity
8570   Purity
8571   Purlieus
8572   Purple
8573   Purpose
8574   Purposeful
8575   Purse
8576   Pursuant
8577   Pursue
8578   Pursuit
8579   Purvey
8580   Purview
8581   Pus
8582   Push
8583   Pushover
8584   Pushy
8585   Pusillanimous
8586   Pussy-foot
8587   Put
8588   Put down
8589   Put forward
8590   Put off
8591   Put out
8592   Put up with
8593   Putative
8594   Putdown
8595   putrefy
8596   Putrid
8597   Putter
8598   Puzzle
8599   Pygmy
8600   Pyramid
8601   Pyromaniac
8602   Quack
8603   Quadrangle
8604   Quaff
8605   Quagmire
8606   Quail
8607   Quaint
8608   Quake
8609   Qualification
8610   Qualification
8611   Qualified
8612   Quality
8613   Qualm
8614   Quandary
8615   Quantity
8616   Quantum
8617   Quarantine
8618   Quarrel
8619   Quarrelsome
8620   Quarry
8621   Quarter
8622   Quarters
8623   Quartet
8624   Quash
8625   Quasi
8626   Quaver
8627   Quay
8628   Queasy
8629   Queen
8630   Queer
8631   Quell
8632   Quench
8633   Querulous
8634   Query
8635   Quest
8636   Question
8637   Questionable
8638   Questionnaire
8639   Queue
8640   Qui vive
8641   Quibble
8642   Quick
8643   Quicken
8644   Quicksand
8645   Quick-tempered
8646   Quid pro quo
8647   Quiddity
8648   Quiescent
8649   Quiet
8650   Quill
8651   Quilt
8652   Quintessence
8653   Quintet
8654   Quip
8655   Quirk
8656   Quisling
8657   Quit
8658   Quite
8659   Quittance
8660   Quitter
8661   Quiver
8662   Quixotic
8663   Quiz
8664   Quizzical
8665   Quorum
8666   Quota
8667   Quotation
8668   Quote
8669   Rabbi
8670   Rabble
8671   Rabblerouser
8672   Rabid
8673   Rabies
8674   Race
8675   Raceway
8676   Racial
8677   Racism
8678   Rack
8679   Racket
8680   Racketeer
8681   Raconteur
8682   Racy
8683   Radial
8684   Radiant
8685   Radiation
8686   Radical
8687   Radio
8688   Radioactive
8689   Radiology
8690   Radius
8691   Raffish
8692   Raffle
8693   Raft
8694   Rafter
8695   Rag
8696   Ragamuffin
8697   Rage
8698   Ragged
8699   Raid
8700   Rail
8701   Railing
8702   Raillery
8703   Railroad
8704   Raiment
8705   Rain
8706   Rain check
8707   Rainbow
8708   Raincoat
8709   Raise
8710   Raison d’être
8711   Rake
8712   Rake-off
8713   Rally
8714   Ram
8715   Ramble
8716   Rambunctious
8717   Ramification
8718   Ramp
8719   Rampage
8720   Rampant
8721   Rampart
8722   Ramrod
8723   Ramshackle
8724   Ranch
8725   Rancid
8726   Rancor
8727   Random
8728   Randy
8729   Range
8730   Rangy
8731   Rank
8732   Rankle
8733   Ransack
8734   Ransom
8735   Rant
8736   Rap
8737   Rapacious
8738   Rape
8739   Rapid
8740   Rapier
8741   Rapt
8742   Rapture
8743   Rara avis
8744   Rare
8745   Rarity
8746   Rascal
8747   Rascality
8748   Rash
8749   Rashness
8750   Rasp
8751   Rat
8752   Rat race
8753   Rate
8754   Rather
8755   Ratify
8756   Rating
8757   Ratio
8758   Ration
8759   Rational
8760   Rationale
8761   Rationalize
8762   Rattle
8763   Ratty
8764   Raucous
8765   Raunchy
8766   Ravage
8767   Rave
8768   Ravel
8769   Ravenous
8770   Ravine
8771   Ravish
8772   Raw
8773   Ray
8774   Raze
8775   Razz
8776   Razzle-dazzle
8777   Reach
8778   Reaction
8779   Reactionary
8780   Reactor
8781   Read
8782   Reader
8783   Readily
8784   Ready
8785   Ready-made
8786   Real
8787   Realism
8788   Realistic
8789   Reality
8790   Realize
8791   Really
8792   Realm
8793   Realty
8794   Ream
8795   Reap
8796   Reappearance
8797   Rear
8798   Rear
8799   Reason
8800   Reasonable
8801   Reasoning
8802   Rebuff
8803   Rebuild
8804   Rebuke
8805   Rebus
8806   Rebut
8807   Rebuttal
8808   Recalcitrant
8809   Recall
8810   Recant
8811   Recapitulate
8812   Recast
8813   Recede
8814   Receipt
8815   Receiving
8816   Recent
8817   Receptacle
8818   Reception
8819   Receptionist
8820   Receptive
8821   Recess
8822   Recession
8823   Recherché
8824   Recidivism
8825   Recipe
8826   Recipient
8827   Reciprocal
8828   Reciprocation
8829   Recital
8830   Recitation
8831   Recite
8832   Reckless
8833   Reckon
8834   Reckoning
8835   Reclaim
8836   Recline
8837   Recluse
8838   Recognize
8839   Recoil
8840   Recollection
8841   Recommend
8842   Recompense
8843   Reconcile
8844   Recondite
8845   Recondition
8846   Reconnaissance
8847   Reconnoiter
8848   Reconsider
8849   Record
8850   Recount
8851   Recoup
8852   Recourse
8853   Recover
8854   Recreant
8855   Recreation
8856   Recrimination
8857   Recruit
8858   Rectangular
8859   Rectify
8860   Rectitude
8861   Rector
8862   Rectory
8863   Recumbent
8864   Recuperation
8865   Recur
8866   Recusant
8867   Red
8868   Red tape
8869   Redden
8870   Redecorate
8871   Redeem
8872   Redeemer
8873   Redemption
8874   Redhanded
8875   Redneck
8876   Redo
8877   Redolent
8878   Redoubtable
8879   Redound
8880   Redress
8881   Redskin
8882   Reduce
8883   Redundance
8884   Reed
8885   Reef
8886   Reek
8887   Reel
8888   Reentry
8889   Reestablish
8890   Refashion
8891   Refer
8892   Referee
8893   Reference
8894   Referendum
8895   Refill
8896   Refine
8897   Refined
8898   Reflect
8899   Reflection
8900   Reflex
8901   Reflux
8902   Reform
8903   Reformation
8904   Reformatory
8905   Reformer
8906   Refraction
8907   Refractory
8908   Refrain
8909   Refresh
8910   Refreshment
8911   Refrigerant
8912   Refrigerate
8913   Refuge
8914   Refugee
8915   Refund
8916   Refurbish
8917   Refusal
8918   Refuse
8919   Refute
8920   Regain
8921   Regal
8922   Regale
8923   Regalia
8924   Regard
8925   Regarding
8926   Regardless
8927   Regenerate
8928   Regent
8929   Regime
8930   Regimen
8931   Regiment
8932   Region
8933   Register
8934   Regression
8935   Regret
8936   Regroup
8937   Regular
8938   Regularity
8939   Regulate
8940   Regulation
8941   Regurgitate
8942   Rehash
8943   Rehearse
8944   Reign
8945   Reimburse
8946   Rein
8947   Reincarnation
8948   Reinforce
8949   Reinforcements
8950   Reinstate
8951   Reiterate
8952   Reject
8953   Rejection
8954   Rejoicing
8955   Rejoin
8956   Rejoinder
8957   Rejuvenate
8958   Relapse
8959   Relate
8960   Relation
8961   Relation
8962   Relative
8963   Relax
8964   Relaxation
8965   Relaxed
8966   Relay
8967   Release
8968   Relegate
8969   Relent
8970   Relentless
8971   Relevant
8972   Reliable
8973   Reliance
8974   Relic
8975   Relief
8976   Relief
8977   Religion
8978   Relinquishment
8979   Remand
8980   Remark
8981   Remarkable
8982   Remedy
8983   Remember
8984   Remind
8985   Reminiscent
8986   Remiss
8987   Remission
8988   Remit
8989   Remnant
8990   Remodel
8991   Remonstrance
8992   Remorse
8993   Remorseless
8994   Remote
8995   Remove
8996   Remunerate
8997   Remunerative
8998   Renaissance
8999   Rency
9000   Rend
9001   Render
9002   Rendezvous
9003   Rendition
9004   Renegade
9005   Renege
9006   Renew
9007   Renounce
9008   Renovate
9009   Renown
9010   Rent
9011   Reorganize
9012   Repair
9013   Reparation
9014   Reparative
9015   Repartee
9016   Repast
9017   Repay
9018   Repeal
9019   Repeat
9020   Repel
9021   Repellent
9022   Repent
9023   Repercussion
9024   Repertory
9025   Repetition
9026   Repine
9027   Replay
9028   Replenish
9029   Repletion
9030   Replica
9031   Replicate
9032   Reply
9033   Report
9034   Reporter
9035   Repose
9036   Repose
9037   Repository
9038   Repossess
9039   Reprehensible
9040   Represent
9041   Representation
9042   Representative
9043   Repress
9044   Reprieve
9045   Reprimand
9046   Reprint
9047   Reprisal
9048   Reproach
9049   Reprobate
9050   Reproduction
9051   Reprove
9052   Reptile
9053   Republic
9054   Repudiate
9055   Repugnance
9056   Repugnant
9057   Repulse
9058   Repulsion
9059   Repute
9060   Request
9061   Requiescat in pace
9062   Requirement
9063   Requisite
9064   Requisition
9065   Requite
9066   Res gestae
9067   Rescind
9068   Rescue
9069   Research
9070   Resemblance
9071   Resentment
9072   Reservation
9073   Reserve
9074   Reserved
9075   Reservoir
9076   Reside
9077   Residual
9078   Residue
9079   Resignation
9080   Resilient
9081   Resin
9082   Resistance
9083   Resistance
9084   Resolution
9085   Resolve
9086   Resonance
9087   Resort
9088   Resound
9089   Resourceful
9090   Resources
9091   Respect
9092   Respect
9093   Respectable
9094   Respective
9095   Respectively
9096   Respire
9097   Respite
9098   Resplendent
9099   Response
9100   Responsible
9101   Responsive
9102   Rest
9103   Restaurant
9104   Restful
9105   Restitution
9106   Restive
9107   Restless
9108   Restoration
9109   Restraint
9110   Restrict
9111   Result
9112   Resume
9113   Résumé
9114   Resurgence
9115   Resurrect
9116   Resuscitate
9117   Retail
9118   Retain
9119   Retainer
9120   Retake
9121   Retaliation
9122   Retard
9123   Retarded
9124   Retention
9125   Reticence
9126   Retinue
9127   Retire
9128   Retiring
9129   Retort
9130   Retouch
9131   Retract
9132   Retreat
9133   Retrench
9134   Retribution
9135   Retrieve
9136   Retroactive
9137   Retrograde
9138   Retrogress
9139   Retrospect
9140   Retrospective
9141   Return
9142   Reunion
9143   Revamp
9144   Reveal
9145   Revel
9146   Revelation
9147   Revelry
9148   Revenge
9149   Revenue
9150   Reverberate
9151   Revere
9152   Reverend
9153   Reverent
9154   Reverie
9155   Reversal
9156   Reverse
9157   Reversion
9158   Review
9159   Revile
9160   Revise
9161   Revision
9162   Revival
9163   Revivalist
9164   Revive
9165   Revoke
9166   Revolt
9167   Revolting
9168   Revolution
9169   Revolution
9170   Revolve
9171   Revolver
9172   Revue
9173   Revulsion
9174   Reward
9175   Rhetoric
9176   Rheumatism
9177   Rhyme
9178   Rhythmic
9179   Rib
9180   Ribald
9181   Ribbon
9182   Rich
9183   Rich man
9184   Riches
9185   Rickety
9186   Ricochet
9187   Rid
9188   Riddle
9189   Ride
9190   Rider
9191   Ridge
9192   Ridicule
9193   Ridiculous
9194   Riding
9195   Rife
9196   Riffraff
9197   Rifle
9198   Rift
9199   Rig
9200   Right
9201   Righteous
9202   Rightful
9203   Rightness
9204   Rigid
9205   Rigor
9206   Rigor mortis
9207   Rile
9208   Rill
9209   Rim
9210   Rime
9211   Rind
9212   Ring
9213   Ringer
9214   Ringleader
9215   Rink
9216   Rinky-dink
9217   Rinse
9218   Riot
9219   Rip
9220   Ripe
9221   Ripen
9222   Ripoff
9223   Riposte
9224   Ripple
9225   Rise
9226   Risible
9227   Risk
9228   Risqué
9229   Rite
9230   Ritzy
9231   Rival
9232   River
9233   Rivet
9234   Riveting
9235   Road
9236   Roam
9237   Roar
9238   Roast
9239   Rob
9240   Robe
9241   Robot
9242   Robust
9243   Rock
9244   Rock-bottom
9245   Rocket
9246   Rocky
9247   Rod
9248   Rogue
9249   Roguery
9250   Roguish
9251   Roil
9252   Roister
9253   Role
9254   Roll
9255   Rollback
9256   Roller
9257   Roly-poly
9258   Romance
9259   Romantic
9260   Romp
9261   Roof
9262   Rooftree
9263   Rook
9264   Rookie
9265   Room
9266   Roomer
9267   Roommate
9268   Roomy
9269   Roost
9270   Root
9271   Rope
9272   Rosary
9273   Roseate
9274   Roster
9275   Rostrum
9276   Rosy
9277   Rot
9278   Rotary
9279   Rotate
9280   Rotation
9281   Rote
9282   Rotten
9283   Rotundity
9284   Roué
9285   Roughage
9286   Roughhouse
9287   Roughly
9288   Roughneck
9289   Roughness
9290   Round
9291   Roundabout
9292   Roundly
9293   Roundup
9294   Rouse
9295   Roustabout
9296   Rout
9297   Route
9298   Routine
9299   Rove
9300   Roving
9301   Row
9302   Rowboat
9303   Rowdy
9304   Rower
9305   Royal
9306   Rub
9307   Rub out
9308   Rubber
9309   Rubberneck
9310   Rubbish
9311   Rubble
9312   Rubdown
9313   Rube
9314   Ruckus
9315   Ruddy
9316   Rude
9317   Rudiment
9318   Rudimentary
9319   Rueful
9320   Ruffian
9321   Ruffle
9322   Rug
9323   Rugged
9324   Ruin
9325   Ruinous
9326   Rule
9327   Rule
9328   Ruler
9329   Rumble
9330   Ruminate
9331   Rummage
9332   Rumor
9333   Rump
9334   Rumple
9335   Rumpus
9336   Run
9337   Run down
9338   Run in
9339   Runaway
9340   Run-down
9341   Rung
9342   Runner
9343   Runt
9344   Run-through
9345   Runway
9346   Rupture
9347   Rural
9348   Ruse
9349   Rush
9350   Rust
9351   Rustic
9352   Rustle
9353   Rusty
9354   Rut
9355   Ruthless
9356   Sabbath
9357   Sabbatical
9358   Saber
9359   Sabotage
9360   Sac
9361   Saccharine
9362   Sack
9363   Sacrament
9364   Sacred
9365   Sacred writings
9366   Sacrifice
9367   Sacrilege
9368   Sacrosanct
9369   Sad
9370   Saddle
9371   Sadistic
9372   Safari
9373   Safe
9374   Safeguard
9375   Safekeeping
9376   Safety
9377   Sag
9378   Saga
9379   Sagacious
9380   Sage
9381   Sail
9382   Sailboat
9383   Sailor
9384   Saint
9385   Sainted
9386   Sake
9387   Salaam
9388   Salad
9389   Salary
9390   Sale
9391   Salient
9392   Saliva
9393   Salivate
9394   Sallow
9395   Sally
9396   Salmon
9397   Salon
9398   Saloon
9399   Salt
9400   Salty
9401   Salubrity
9402   Salutary
9403   Salutation
9404   Salute
9405   Salvage
9406   Salvation
9407   Salve
9408   Salvo
9409   Same
9410   Sample
9411   Sanatorium
9412   Sanctify
9413   Sanctimonious
9414   Sanction
9415   Sanctuary
9416   Sanctum
9417   Sand
9418   Sandal
9419   Sandwich
9420   Sandy
9421   Sane
9422   Sang-froid
9423   Sanguinary
9424   Sanguine
9425   Sanitarium
9426   Sanitary
9427   Sanity
9428   Sans souci
9429   Sap
9430   Sapid
9431   Sapling
9432   Sappy
9433   Sarcastic
9434   Sardonic
9435   Sash
9436   Sass
9437   Satan
9438   Satchel
9439   Sate
9440   Satellite
9441   Satiate
9442   Satire
9443   Satirical
9444   Satisfaction
9445   Satisfy
9446   Saturate
9447   Saturnalia
9448   Saturnine
9449   Satyr
9450   Sauce
9451   Saucy
9452   Saunter
9453   Sausage
9454   Sauté
9455   Savage
9456   Save
9457   Savings
9458   Savior
9459   Savoir-faire
9460   Savory
9461   Savvy
9462   Saw
9463   Say
9464   Saying
9465   Say-so
9466   Scab
9467   Scabbard
9468   Scabrous
9469   Scaffold
9470   Scald
9471   Scale
9472   Scalp
9473   Scam
9474   Scamp
9475   Scamper
9476   Scan
9477   Scandal
9478   Scandalize
9479   Scant
9480   Scapegoat
9481   Scar
9482   Scarce
9483   Scarcely
9484   Scare
9485   Scarf
9486   Scarify
9487   Scathe
9488   Scatter
9489   Scatterbrained
9490   Scavenge
9491   Scenario
9492   Scene
9493   Scenery
9494   Scenic
9495   Scent
9496   Scepter
9497   Schedule
9498   Schema
9499   Scheme
9500   Schism
9501   Scholar
9502   Scholarship
9503   School
9504   Schooling
9505   Science
9506   Scientific
9507   Scintillate
9508   Scion
9509   Scissors
9510   Scoff
9511   Scold
9512   Scoop
9513   Scoot
9514   Scope
9515   Scorch
9516   Score
9517   Scorn
9518   Scot-free
9519   Scoundrel
9520   Scour
9521   Scourge
9522   Scout
9523   Scowl
9524   Scraggly
9525   Scram
9526   Scramble
9527   Scrap
9528   Scrapbook
9529   Scrape
9530   Scrappy
9531   Scratch
9532   Scrawl
9533   Scrawny
9534   Scream
9535   Screen
9536   Screw
9537   Screwy
9538   Scribble
9539   Scribe
9540   Scrimmage
9541   Scrimp
9542   Script
9543   Scriptural
9544   Scriptures
9545   Scroll
9546   Scrounge
9547   Scrub
9548   Scrubby
9549   Scruffy
9550   Scrumptious
9551   Scruple
9552   Scrupulous
9553   Scrutiny
9554   Scuff
9555   Scuffle
9556   Sculpture
9557   Scum
9558   Scurfy
9559   Scurrilous
9560   Scurry
9561   Scurvy
9562   Scuttle
9563   Scuttlebutt
9564   Sea
9565   Seacoast
9566   Seafood
9567   Seal
9568   Seam
9569   Seaman
9570   Seamster
9571   Seamy
9572   Séance
9573   Seaplane
9574   Sear
9575   Search
9576   Searching
9577   Seashore
9578   Seasickness
9579   Season
9580   Seasonable
9581   Seasoning
9582   Seat
9583   Seaweed
9584   Secede
9585   Seclusion
9586   Second
9587   Second nature
9588   Second sight
9589   Second thought
9590   Secondary
9591   Second-guess
9592   Secondhand
9593   Second-rate
9594   Secret
9595   Secretary
9596   Secrete
9597   Sect
9598   Sectarian
9599   Section
9600   Secular
9601   Secure
9602   Security
9603   Sedan
9604   Sedate
9605   Sedation
9606   Sedentary
9607   Sediment
9608   Sedition
9609   Seduce
9610   Sedulous
9611   See
9612   See affectation
9613   See coherence
9614   Seed
9615   Seedy
9616   Seek
9617   Seem
9618   Seemly
9619   Seep
9620   Seer
9621   Seesaw
9622   Seethe
9623   Segment
9624   Segregate
9625   Seize
9626   Seizure
9627   Seldom
9628   Select
9629   Self
9630   Self-centered
9631   Self-confident
9632   Self-conscious
9633   Self-control
9634   Self-defense
9635   Self-denial
9636   Self-effacing
9637   Self-esteem
9638   Self-governing
9639   Self-indulgent
9640   Selfishness
9641   Selfless
9642   Self-made
9643   Self-righteous
9644   Sell
9645   Sellout
9646   Semblance
9647   Semen
9648   Semiliquidity
9649   Seminal
9650   Seminar
9651   Seminary
9652   Semper fidelis
9653   Semper paratus
9654   Senator
9655   Send
9656   Send-off
9657   Send-up
9658   Senility
9659   Senior
9660   Seniority
9661   Sensation
9662   Sensational
9663   Sense
9664   Senseless
9665   Sensibility
9666   Sensitive
9667   Sensual
9668   Sensualist
9669   Sensuous
9670   Sentence
9671   Sententious
9672   Sentient
9673   Sentiment
9674   Sentimental
9675   Sentinel
9676   Separate
9677   Sepulcher
9678   Sequel
9679   Sequence
9680   Sequester
9681   Sequin
9682   Sere
9683   Serenade
9684   Serendipity
9685   Serene
9686   Serf
9687   Sergeant
9688   Serial
9689   Series
9690   Serious
9691   Sermon
9692   Serpentine
9693   Serrate
9694   Serried
9695   Serum
9696   Servant
9697   Serve
9698   Service
9699   Serviceable
9700   Serviceman
9701   Servility
9702   Servitude
9703   Session
9704   Set
9705   Setback
9706   Settee
9707   Setting
9708   Settle
9709   Settlement
9710   Settler
9711   Set-to
9712   Setup
9713   Sever
9714   Several
9715   Severance
9716   Severe
9717   Severity
9718   Sew
9719   Sewage
9720   Sewer
9721   Sex
9722   Sexism
9723   Sexless
9724   Sexton
9725   Sexual
9726   Sexy
9727   Shabby
9728   Shack
9729   Shackle
9730   Shade
9731   Shadow
9732   Shady
9733   Shaft
9734   Shaggy
9735   Shake
9736   Shakedown
9737   Shake-up
9738   Shaky
9739   Shallowness
9740   Shalom aleichem
9741   Sham
9742   Shambles
9743   Shame
9744   Shamefaced
9745   Shameful
9746   Shameless
9747   Shanghai
9748   Shank
9749   Shanty
9750   Shape
9751   Shapeless
9752   Shapely
9753   Shard
9754   Share
9755   Shark
9756   Sharp
9757   Sharper
9758   Sharpness
9759   Sharpshooter
9760   Shatter
9761   Shave
9762   Shaving
9763   Shawl
9764   Sheaf
9765   Shear
9766   Shears
9767   Sheath
9768   Shed
9769   Sheen
9770   Sheep
9771   Sheepish
9772   Sheer
9773   Sheet
9774   Shelf
9775   Shell
9776   Shellac
9777   Shelter
9778   Shelve
9779   Shenanigans
9780   Shepherd
9781   Sherbet
9782   Sheriff
9783   Shield
9784   Shift
9785   Shiftless
9786   Shill
9787   Shillelagh
9788   Shilly-shally
9789   Shimmer
9790   Shin
9791   Shindig
9792   Shine
9793   Shingle
9794   Ship
9795   Shipment
9796   Shipshape
9797   Shipwreck
9798   Shirk
9799   Shirt
9800   Shiver
9801   Shoal
9802   Shock
9803   Shocking
9804   Shoddy
9805   Shoe
9806   Shoemaker
9807   Shoestring
9808   Shoo
9809   Shoot
9810   Shop
9811   Shopkeeper
9812   Shoplifter
9813   Shore
9814   Short
9815   Shortage
9816   Short-change
9817   Shortcoming
9818   Shortening
9819   Shortfall
9820   Shorthand
9821   Shorthanded
9822   Short-lived
9823   Shortly
9824   Shortness
9825   Shortsighted
9826   Short-term
9827   Short-winded
9828   Shot
9829   Shoulder
9830   Shout
9831   Shove
9832   Shovel
9833   Show
9834   Show up
9835   Showboat
9836   Showcase
9837   Showdown
9838   Shower
9839   Showing
9840   Showman
9841   Showmanship
9842   Show-off
9843   Showpiece
9844   Showy
9845   Shred
9846   Shrew
9847   Shrewd
9848   Shriek
9849   Shrill
9850   Shrine
9851   Shrink
9852   Shrivel
9853   Shroud
9854   Shrub
9855   Shrug
9856   Shudder
9857   Shuffle
9858   Shun
9859   Shunt
9860   Shut
9861   Shutdown
9862   Shut-in
9863   Shutter
9864   Shuttle
9865   Shy
9866   Shyster
9867   Sibilant
9868   Sibling
9869   Sick
9870   Sicken
9871   Sickly
9872   Side
9873   Side effect
9874   Sidekick
9875   Sideline
9876   Sidestep
9877   Sideswipe
9878   Sidetrack
9879   Sidewalk
9880   Sideways
9881   Siding
9882   Sidle
9883   Siege
9884   Siesta
9885   Sieve
9886   Sift
9887   Sigh
9888   Sight
9889   Sightless
9890   Sightseeing
9891   Sign
9892   Sign up
9893   Signal
9894   Signalize
9895   Signatory
9896   Signature
9897   Significant
9898   Signify
9899   Silence
9900   Silhouette
9901   Silky
9902   Sill
9903   Silly
9904   Silo
9905   Silt
9906   Silver
9907   Similarity
9908   Simile
9909   Simmer
9910   Simon legree
9911   Simpatico
9912   Simper
9913   Simple
9914   Simple-minded
9915   Simpleness
9916   Simpleton
9917   Simplistic
9918   Simulate
9919   Simultaneous
9920   Sin
9921   Since
9922   Sincere
9923   Sine qua non
9924   Sinecure
9925   Sinewy
9926   Sinful
9927   Sing
9928   Singe
9929   Singer
9930   Single
9931   Single-handed
9932   Single-minded
9933   Singular
9934   Sinister
9935   Sink
9936   Sinless
9937   Sinuous
9938   Sip
9939   Sire
9940   Siren
9941   Sissy
9942   Sister
9943   Sit
9944   Site
9945   Situate
9946   Situation
9947   Size
9948   Sizzle
9949   Skein
9950   Skeleton
9951   Skeptic
9952   Sketch
9953   Skew
9954   Skewer
9955   Skid
9956   Skill
9957   Skillet
9958   Skim
9959   Skimp
9960   Skimpy
9961   Skin
9962   Skinflint
9963   Skinny
9964   Skip
9965   Skipper
9966   Skirmish
9967   Skirt
9968   Skit
9969   Skittish
9970   Skulduggery
9971   Skulk
9972   Sky
9973   Skyline
9974   Skyrocket
9975   Skyscraper
9976   Slab
9977   Slack
9978   Slacken
9979   Slacker
9980   Slake
9981   Slam
9982   Slammer
9983   Slander
9984   Slang
9985   Slant
9986   Slap
9987   Slapdash
9988   Slaphappy
9989   Slapstick
9990   Slash
9991   Slat
9992   Slate
9993   Slattern
9994   Slaughter
 9995   Slaughterhouse
 9996   Slave
 9997   Slaver
 9998   Slavery
 9999   Slay
10000   Sleazy
10001   Sled
10002   Sleek
10003   Sleep
10004   Sleeping pill
10005   Sleepless
10006   Sleepwalker
10007   Sleepy
10008   Sleet
10009   Sleeve
10010   Sleigh
10011   Slender
10012   Sleuth
10013   Slew
10014   Slice
10015   Slick
10016   Slicker
10017   Slide
10018   Slight
10019   Slim
10020   Slime
10021   Sling
10022   Slink
10023   Slip
10024   Slippery
10025   Slipshod
10026   Slit
10027   Slither
10028   Sliver
10029   Slob
10030   Slobber
10031   Slog
10032   Slogan
10033   Slop
10034   Slope
10035   Sloppy
10036   Slosh
10037   Slot
10038   Sloth
10039   Slouch
10040   Slovenly
10041   Slow
10042   Slowness
10043   Sludge
10044   Slug
10045   Sluggish
10046   Sluice
10047   Slum
10048   Slumber
10049   Slump
10050   Slur
10051   Slush
10052   Slut
10053   Sly
10054   Small
10055   Small-time
10056   Smart
10057   Smash
10058   Smash-up
10059   Smattering
10060   Smear
10061   Smell
10062   Smelly
10063   Smile
10064   Smirk
10065   Smite
10066   Smith
10067   Smock
10068   Smog
10069   Smoke
10070   Smoky
10071   Smolder
10072   Smooch
10073   Smoothness
10074   Smother
10075   Smudge
10076   Smug
10077   Smuggler
10078   Smut
10079   Snack
10080   Snag
10081   Snake
10082   Snap
10083   Snappy
10084   Snapshot
10085   Snare
10086   Snarl
10087   Snatch
10088   Sneak
10089   Sneaky
10090   Sneer
10091   Sneeze
10092   Snicker
10093   Snide
10094   Sniff
10095   Snip
10096   Sniper
10097   Snit
10098   Snitch
10099   Snivel
10100   Snob
10101   Snoop
10102   Snooze
10103   Snore
10104   Snort
10105   Snotty
10106   Snout
10107   Snow
10108   Snow job
10109   Snowball
10110   Snub
10111   Snuff
10112   Snug
10113   Snuggle
10114   Soak
10115   Soap
10116   Soapbox
10117   Soar
10118   Sob
10119   Sob story
10120   Sober
10121   Sobriquet
10122   Sociable
10123   Social
10124   Socialism
10125   Socialite
10126   Sociality
10127   Socialize
10128   Society
10129   Sociopath
10130   Sock
10131   Socket
10132   Soda
10133   Sodality
10134   Sodden
10135   Sodomy
10136   Sofa
10137   Soft
10138   Softhearted
10139   Softness
10140   Soft-pedal
10141   Soft-soap
10142   Soft-spoken
10143   Software
10144   Softy
10145   Soggy
10146   Soi-disant
10147   Soil
10148   Soirée
10149   Sojourn
10150   Solace
10151   Solder
10152   Soldier
10153   Soldierly
10154   Sole
10155   Solecism
10156   Solemn
10157   Solemnize
10158   Solicit
10159   Solicitous
10160   Solicitude
10161   Solid
10162   Solidarity
10163   Solidify
10164   soliloquy
10165   solitaire
10166   Solitary
10167   Solitude
10168   Solo
10169   Soluble
10170   Solution
10171   Solve
10172   Solvent
10173   Somber
10174   Some
10175   Somebody
10176   Somehow
10177   Somersault
10178   Something
10179   Sometimes
10180   Somewhat
10181   Somewhere
10182   Somnolent
10183   Son
10184   Song
10185   Sonorous
10186   Soon
10187   Soot
10188   Soothe
10189   Sop
10190   Sophisticate
10191   Sophistication
10192   Sophistry
10193   Sophomoric
10194   Soporific
10195   Soppy
10196   Sorcery
10197   Sordid
10198   Sore
10199   Sorrow
10200   Sorry
10201   Sort
10202   Sortie
10203   So-so
10204   Sot
10205   Sotto voce
10206   Soubrette
10207   Soul
10208   Soulful
10209   Soul-searching
10210   Sound
10211   Sound
10212   Sound bite
10213   Soundless
10214   Soundly
10215   Soundproof
10216   Soup
10217   Soupçon
10218   Sourness
10219   Southern
10220   Souvenir
10221   Sovereign
10222   Sow
10223   Spa
10224   Space
10225   Space
10226   Space-age
10227   Spacecraft
10228   Spaced-out
10229   Spacious
10230   Spade
10231   Span
10232   Spangle
10233   Spank
10234   Spanking
10235   Spar
10236   Spare
10237   Spark
10238   Sparkle
10239   Sparse
10240   Spartan
10241   Spasm
10242   Spastic
10243   Spat
10244   Spate
10245   Spatter
10246   Spawn
10247   Speak
10248   Speaker
10249   Speciality
10250   Species
10251   Specific
10252   Specification
10253   specify
10254   Specimen
10255   Specious
10256   Speck
10257   Speckle
10258   Spectacle
10259   Spectacles
10260   Spectator
10261   Specter
10262   Spectrum
10263   Speculate
10264   Speech
10265   Speechless
10266   Speed
10267   Speedway
10268   Speedy
10269   Spell
10270   Spellbound
10271   Spend
10272   Spendthrift
10273   Spent
10274   Sperm
10275   Spew
10276   Sphere
10277   Sphinx
10278   Spice
10279   Spiel
10280   Spiffy
10281   Spigot
10282   Spike
10283   Spill
10284   Spin
10285   Spindle
10286   Spindly
10287   Spine
10288   Spineless
10289   Spin-off
10290   Spinster
10291   Spiny
10292   Spiral
10293   Spire
10294   Spirit
10295   Spirited
10296   Spiritual
10297   Spit
10298   Spite
10299   Spitfire
10300   Splash
10301   Splay
10302   Spleen
10303   Splendid
10304   Splice
10305   Splint
10306   Splinter
10307   Split
10308   Splurge
10309   Spoil
10310   Spoilsport
10311   Spoke
10312   Spoken
10313   Spokesperson
10314   Sponge
10315   Sponsor
10316   Spontaneous
10317   Spoof
10318   Spook
10319   Spool
10320   Spoon
10321   Sporadic
10322   Sport
10323   Sports
10324   Sporty
10325   Spot
10326   Spotless
10327   Spotlight
10328   Spotty
10329   Spouse
10330   Spout
10331   Sprain
10332   Sprawl
10333   Spray
10334   Spread
10335   Spreadsheet
10336   Spree
10337   Sprig
10338   Sprightly
10339   Spring
10340   Sprinkle
10341   Sprint
10342   Sprite
10343   Sprout
10344   Spruce
10345   Spry
10346   Spunky
10347   Spur
10348   Spurious
10349   Spurn
10350   Spurt
10351   Sputter
10352   Spy
10353   Spyglass
10354   Squabble
10355   Squad
10356   Squalid
10357   Squall
10358   Squalor
10359   Squander
10360   Square
10361   Squash
10362   Squat
10363   Squawk
10364   Squeak
10365   Squeal
10366   Squeamish
10367   Squeeze
10368   Squelch
10369   Squint
10370   Squire
10371   Squirm
10372   Squirt
10373   Stab
10374   Stability
10375   Stable
10376   Stack
10377   Stadium
10378   Staff
10379   Stage
10380   Stagger
10381   Staggering
10382   Staging
10383   Stagnant
10384   Stagy
10385   Staid
10386   Stain
10387   Stairway
10388   Stake
10389   Stale
10390   Stalemate
10391   Stalk
10392   Stall
10393   Stallion
10394   Stalwart
10395   Stamina
10396   Stammering
10397   Stamp
10398   Stampede
10399   Stance
10400   Stanch
10401   Stand
10402   Standard
10403   Standby
10404   Stand-in
10405   Standing
10406   Standoff
10407   Standpoint
10408   Standstill
10409   Stanza
10410   Staple
10411   Star
10412   Stare
10413   Stark
10414   Starry
10415   Start
10416   Startle
10417   Starve
10418   Stash
10419   State
10420   Stately
10421   Statement
10422   State-of-the-art
10423   Statesman
10424   Static
10425   Station
10426   Stationary
10427   Stationery
10428   Statistics
10429   Statue
10430   Statuesque
10431   Stature
10432   Status
10433   Statute
10434   Statutory
10435   Teller
10436   Telling
10437   Telltale
10438   Temerity
10439   Temper
10440   Temperamental
10441   Temperance
10442   Temperate
10443   Temperature
10444   Tempest
10445   Tempestuous
10446   Template
10447   Temple
10448   Tempo
10449   Temporal
10450   Temporary
10451   Temporize
10452   Tempt
10453   Temptation
10454   Tenacity
10455   Tenant
10456   Tend
10457   Tendency
10458   Tender
10459   Tenderfoot
10460   Tenderhearted
10461   Tenebrous
10462   Tenement
10463   Tenet
10464   Tenor
10465   Tense
10466   Tensile
10467   Tension
10468   Tent
10469   Tentacle
10470   Tentative
10471   Tenuous
10472   Tenure
10473   Tepid
10474   Term
10475   Terminal
10476   Termination
10477   Terminology
10478   Terms
10479   Terra firma
10480   Terra incognita
10481   Terrace
10482   Terrain
10483   Terrestrial
10484   Terrible
10485   Terrific
10486   Terrify
10487   Territory
10488   Terror
10489   Terrorism
10490   Terse
10491   Test
10492   Testament
10493   Testicles
10494   Testify
10495   Testimonial
10496   Testimony
10497   Tête-à-tête
10498   Tether
10499   Text
10500   Textile
10501   Texture
10502   Thank
10503   Thankless
10504   Thanks
10505   Thanksgiving
10506   Thaw
10507   Theater
10508   Theatrical
10509   Theft
10510   Theme
10511   Then
10512   Theology
10513   Theoretical
10514   Theory
10515   Therapy
10516   Thereafter
10517   Therefore
10518   Thermal
10519   Thesis
10520   Thick
10521   Thicket
10522   Thing
10523   Think
10524   Third degree
10525   Third estate
10526   Third world
10527   Thirst
10528   Thirsty
10529   Thistle
10530   Thong
10531   Thorn
10532   Thorough
10533   Thoroughbred
10534   Thoroughfare
10535   Though
10536   Thought
10537   Thoughtful
10538   Thoughtless
10539   Thought-provoking
10540   Thousand
10541   Thrall
10542   Threat
10543   Three-dimensional
10544   Threshold
10545   Thrift
10546   Thrifty
10547   Thrill
10548   Thriller
10549   Thrive
10550   Throat
10551   Throb
10552   Throe
10553   Throne
10554   Throng
10555   Throttle
10556   Through
10557   Throughway
10558   Throw
10559   Throwback
10560   Thrust
10561   Thud
10562   Thug
10563   Thump
10564   Thunder
10565   Thus
10566   Thwart
10567   Tiara
10568   Tic
10569   Tick
10570   Ticket
10571   Tickle
10572   Ticklish
10573   Tidal
10574   Tidbit
10575   Tide
10576   Tidings
10577   Tidy
10578   Tie
10579   Tier
10580   Tie-up
10581   Tiff
10582   Tight
10583   Tight-lipped
10584   Tights
10585   Tightwad
10586   Till
10587   Tilt
10588   Timber
10589   Timbre
10590   Time
10591   Timeless
10592   Timely
10593   Timepiece
10594   Timetable
10595   Timeworn
10596   Timid
10597   Timing
10598   Timorous
10599   Tincture
10600   Tinder
10601   Tine
10602   Tinge
10603   Tingle
10604   Tinhorn
10605   Tinker
10606   Tinny
10607   Tinsel
10608   Tint
10609   Tiny
10610   Tip
10611   Tipple
10612   Tiptoe
10613   Tiptop
10614   Tirade
10615   Tire
10616   Tireless
10617   Tiresome
10618   Tissue
10619   Tit
10620   Titillate
10621   Title
10622   Titled
10623   to the hilt
10624   Toady
10625   Toast
10626   Tobacco
10627   Today
10628   To-do
10629   Together
10630   Toil
10631   Toilet
10632   Toils
10633   Token
10634   Tolerable
10635   Tolerance
10636   Toll
10637   Tomb
10638   Tomboy
10639   Tome
10640   Tomorrow
10641   Tone
10642   Tongs
10643   Tongue
10644   Tongue twister
10645   Tongue-in-cheek
10646   Tongue-lashing
10647   Tongue-tied
10648   Tonic
10649   Tony
10650   Too
10651   Tool
10652   Tooth
10653   Toothsome
10654   Top
10655   Topic
10656   Topless
10657   Topnotch
10658   Topping
10659   Tops
10660   Topsy-turvy
10661   Torch
10662   Torment
10663   Tornado
10664   Torpid
10665   Torrent
10666   Torrid
10667   Torso
10668   Tortuous
10669   Torture
10670   Toss
10671   Toss-up
10672   Total
10673   Totalitarian
10674   Totter
10675   Touch
10676   Touching
10677   Touchy
10678   Tough
10679   Toupee
10680   Tour
10681   Tour de force
10682   Tourist
10683   Tournament
10684   Tousled
10685   Tout
10686   Tow
10687   Toward
10688   Towel
10689   Tower
10690   Town
10691   Toxic
10692   Toy
10693   Trace
10694   Track
10695   Tract
10696   Tractable
10697   Traction
10698   Trade
10699   Trademark
10700   Tradesman
10701   Tradition
10702   Traditional
10703   Traduce
10704   Traffic
10705   Tragedy
10706   Tragic
10707   Trail
10708   Train
10709   Traipse
10710   Trait
10711   Traitor
10712   Trajectory
10713   Trammel
10714   Tramp
10715   Transfer
10716   Transfigure
10717   Transfix
10718   Transformation
10719   Transfuse
10720   Transgression
10721   Transientness
10722   Transit
10723   Transition
10724   Transitory
10725   Translate
10726   Translucent
10727   Transmission
10728   Transmit
10729   Transmutation
10730   Transparency
10731   Transparent
10732   Transpire
10733   Transplant
10734   Transport
10735   Transportation
10736   Transpose
10737   Transsexual
10738   Transverse
10739   Trap
10740   Trappings
10741   Trash
10742   Trauma
10743   Travail
10744   Travel
10745   Traverse
10746   Travesty
10747   Trawl
10748   Tray
10749   Treachery
10750   Tread
10751   Treadmill
10752   Treason
10753   Treasure
10754   Treasurer
10755   Treat
10756   Treatise
10757   Treatment
10758   Treaty
10759   Tree
10760   Trek
10761   Trellis
10762   Tremble
10763   Tremendous
10764   Tremolo
10765   Tremor
10766   Tremulous
10767   Trench
10768   Trenchant
10769   Trend
10770   Trepidation
10771   Trespass
10772   Tress
10773   Trestle
10774   Trial
10775   Triangle
10776   Tribe
10777   Tribulation
10778   Tribunal
10779   Tribune
10780   Tributary
10781   Tribute
10782   Trick
10783   Trickle
10784   Tricky
10785   Trifle
10786   Trifling
10787   Trigger
10788   Trill
10789   Trim
10790   Trinket
10791   Trip
10792   Trite
10793   Triumph
10794   Triumphant
10795   Trivial
10796   Troll
10797   Trolley
10798   Trollop
10799   Tromp
10800   Troop
10801   Trooper
10802   Trophy
10803   Tropical
10804   Trot
10805   Troubadour
10806   Trouble
10807   Troublemaker
10808   Troubleshooter
10809   Troublesome
10810   Trough
10811   Trounce
10812   Troupe
10813   Trousers
10814   Trousseau
10815   Truant
10816   Truce
10817   Truck
10818   Truckle
10819   Truculent
10820   Trudge
10821   Truelove
10822   Truism
10823   Trump card
10824   Trump up
10825   Trumpet
10826   Truncate
10827   Truncheon
10828   Trundle
10829   Trunk
10830   Truss
10831   Trust
10832   Trustee
10833   Trustful
10834   Trustworthy
10835   Truth
10836   Try
10837   Trying
10838   Tryout
10839   Tryst
10840   Tub
10841   Tube
10842   Tuck
10843   Tuft
10844   Tug
10845   Tuition
10846   Tumble
10847   Tumbler
10848   Tumescent
10849   Tumid
10850   Tumor
10851   Tumult
10852   Tune
10853   Tunic
10854   Tunnel
10855   Turbid
10856   Turbine
10857   Turbulence
10858   Ture
10859   Turf
10860   Turgid
10861   Turmoil
10862   Turn
10863   Turnabout
10864   Turncoat
10865   Turnout
10866   Turnpike
10867   Turpitude
10868   Tuxedo
10869   Tv
10870   Twilight
10871   Twin
10872   Twine
10873   Twinge
10874   Twinkle
10875   Twirl
10876   Twist
10877   Twister
10878   Twit
10879   Twitch
10880   Two-bit
10881   Two-faced
10882   Two-time
10883   Tycoon
10884   Tympani
10885   Type
10886   Typewriter
10887   Typhoon
10888   Typical
10889   Typify
10890   Tyranny
10891   Tyrant
10892   Tyro
10893   Ugliness
10894   Ugly
10895   Ulcer
10896   Ulterior
10897   Ultimate
10898   Ultimatum
10899   Ultra
10900   Ululate
10901   Umbrage
10902   Umbrella
10903   Umpire
10904   Unabashed
10905   Unabated
10906   Unable
10907   Unabridged
10908   Unacceptable
10909   Unaccompanied
10910   Unaccountable
10911   Unaccustomed
10912   Unacquainted
10913   Unadorned
10914   Unadulterated
10915   Unaffected
10916   Unafraid
10917   Unaided
10918   Un-american
10919   Unanimity
10920   Unanticipated
10921   Unappetizing
10922   Unapproachable
10923   Unarmed
10924   Unashamed
10925   Unasked
10926   Unassuming
10927   Unattached
10928   Unattractive
10929   Unauthorized
10930   Unavailable
10931   Unavailing
10932   Unavoidable
10933   Unaware
10934   Unbalanced
10935   Unbearable
10936   Unbeatable
10937   Unbeaten
10938   Unbecoming
10939   Unbelievable
10940   Unbeliever
10941   Unbiased
10942   Unbind
10943   Unbounded
10944   Unbreakable
10945   Unbridled
10946   Unbroken
10947   Unburden
10948   Uncalled-for
10949   Uncanny
10950   Uncaring
10951   Unceasing
10952   Uncertainty
10953   Unchanged
10954   Uncharted
10955   Unchaste
10956   Uncivil
10957   Uncivilized
10958   Unclad
10959   Uncleanness
10960   Unclouded
10961   Uncomfortable
10962   Uncommon
10963   Uncommunicative
10964   Uncomplicated
10965   Uncomplimentary
10966   Uncompromising
10967   Unconcerned
10968   Unconditional
10969   Unconfined
10970   Unconformity
10971   Unconquerable
10972   Unconscionable
10973   Unconscious
10974   Unconstitutional
10975   Unconventional
10976   Uncooperative
10977   Uncouple
10978   Uncouth
10979   Uncover
10980   Unction
10981   Uncultivated
10982   Uncut
10983   Undaunted
10984   Undeceive
10985   Undecided
10986   Undefeated
10987   Undemanding
10988   Undemonstrative
10989   Undeniable
10990   Under
10991   Underage
10992   Underbrush
10993   Underclassman
10994   Underclothes
10995   Undercover
10996   Undercurrent
10997   Undercut
10998   Underdog
10999   Underestimation
11000   Undergo
11001   Undergraduate
11002   Underground
11003   Underhand
11004   Underline
11005   Underling
11006   Underlying
11007   Undermine
11008   Underneath
11009   Underpass
11010   Underprivileged
11011   Underrate
11012   Underscore
11013   Underside
11014   Understand
11015   Understanding
11016   Understate
11017   Understudy
11018   Undertaker
11019   Undertaking
11020   Undertow
11021   Underwear
11022   Underworld
11023   Underwrite
11024   Undeserved
11025   Undesirable
11026   Undignified
11027   Undisciplined
11028   Undisguised
11029   Undisputed
11030   Undivided
11031   Undo
11032   Undoing
11033   Undoubted
11034   Undress
11035   Undue
11036   Undulate
11037   Undying
11038   Unearth
11039   Unearthly
11040   Uneasy
11041   Uneconomical
11042   Uneducated
11043   Unemotional
11044   Unemployed
11045   Unending
11046   Unequal
11047   Unequivocal
11048   Unethical
11049   Uneven
11050   Uneventful
11051   Unexceptionable
11052   Unexceptional
11053   Unexpected
11054   Unfailing
11055   Unfair
11056   Unfaithful
11057   Unfamiliar
11058   Unfashionable
11059   Unfasten
11060   Unfathomable
11061   Unfavorable
11062   Unfeasible
11063   Unfeeling
11064   Unfettered
11065   Unfinished
11066   Unfit
11067   Unflappable
11068   Unflattering
11069   Unfold
11070   Unforeseen
11071   Unforgettable
11072   Unforgivable
11073   Unforgiving
11074   Unfortunate
11075   Unfounded
11076   Unfriendly
11077   Unfrock
11078   Unfruitful
11079   Unfurl
11080   Ungainly
11081   Ungenerous
11082   Ungodly
11083   Ungovernable
11084   Ungrateful
11085   Unguarded
11086   Unhappy
11087   Unhealthy
11088   Unheard-of
11089   Unhinge
11090   Unholy
11091   Uniform
11092   Uniformity
11093   Unify
11094   Unimaginative
11095   Unimpeachable
11096   Unimportance
11097   Unimportance
11098   Uninhabited
11099   Uninhibited
11100   Unintelligibility
11101   Unintentional
11102   Uninteresting
11103   Uninterrupted
11104   Union
11105   Unique
11106   Unison
11107   Unity
11108   Universal
11109   Universe
11110   University
11111   Unjust
11112   Unkempt
11113   Unkind
11114   Unknown
11115   Unlatch
11116   Unlawful
11117   Unleash
11118   Unless
11119   Unlike
11120   Unlikely
11121   Unlimited
11122   Unload
11123   Unlock
11124   Unloved
11125   Unlucky
11126   Unman
11127   Unmanageable
11128   Unmanly
11129   Unmannerly
11130   Unmarried
11131   Unmask
11132   Unmeaningness
11133   Unmentionable
11134   Unmerciful
11135   Unmistakable
11136   Unmitigated
11137   Unmoved
11138   Unnatural
11139   Unnecessary
11140   Unnerve
11141   Unnumbered
11142   Unobtrusive
11143   Unoccupied
11144   Unofficial
11145   Unopposed
11146   Unorthodox
11147   Unpack
11148   Unpaid
11149   Unpalatable
11150   Unparalleled
11151   Unpardonable
11152   Unplanned
11153   Unpleasant
11154   Unpopular
11155   Unprecedented
11156   Unprejudiced
11157   Unpremeditated
11158   Unpreparedness
11159   Unprincipled
11160   Unproductive
11161   Unprofessional
11162   Unprofitable
11163   Unpromising
11164   Unqualified
11165   Unquenchable
11166   Unquestionable
11167   Unquiet
11168   Unravel
11169   Unread
11170   Unreal
11171   Unrealistic
11172   Unreasonable
11173   Unrecognizable
11174   Unrefined
11175   Unrelated
11176   Unrelenting
11177   Unreliable
11178   Unremitting
11179   Unrequited
11180   Unreserved
11181   Unresisting
11182   Unrest
11183   Unrestrained
11184   Unrestricted
11185   Unrighteous
11186   Unripe
11187   Unruffled
11188   Unruly
11189   Unsafe
11190   Unsanitary
11191   Unsatisfactory
11192   Unsavoriness
11193   Unscathed
11194   Unscented
11195   Unschooled
11196   Unscientific
11197   Unscramble
11198   Unscrupulous
11199   Unseasonable
11200   Unseat
11201   Unseemly
11202   Unseen
11203   Unselfishness
11204   Unsettle
11205   Unsettled
11206   Unsightly
11207   Unskillfulness
11208   Unsociable
11209   Unsolicited
11210   Unsophisticated
11211   Unsound
11212   Unsparing
11213   Unspeakable
11214   Unspoiled
11215   Unspoken
11216   Unsportsmanlike
11217   Unstable
11218   Unsteady
11219   Unstinting
11220   Unstrung
11221   Unsuccessful
11222   Unsuitable
11223   Unsullied
11224   Unsung
11225   Unsure
11226   Unsurpassed
11227   Unsuspecting
11228   Unsympathetic
11229   Untangle
11230   Untaught
11231   Untenable
11232   Unthinkable
11233   Untidy
11234   Untie
11235   Until
11236   Untimely
11237   Untiring
11238   Untold
11239   Untouchable
11240   Untoward
11241   Untrained
11242   Untrue
11243   Unused
11244   Unusual
11245   Unutterable
11246   Unvarnished
11247   Unveil
11248   Unwanted
11249   Unwarranted
11250   Unwary
11251   Unwashed
11252   Unwell
11253   Unwieldy
11254   Unwillingness
11255   Unwind
11256   Unwise
11257   Unwitting
11258   Unwonted
11259   Unworkable
11260   Unworthy
11261   Unwritten
11262   Unyielding
11263   Up
11264   Upbraid
11265   Upbringing
11266   Update
11267   Upgrade
11268   Upheaval
11269   Uphill
11270   Uphold
11271   Upkeep
11272   Uplift
11273   Upon
11274   Upper
11275   Upper-class
11276   Upperclassman
11277   Uppish
11278   Upright
11279   Uprising
11280   Uproar
11281   Uproot
11282   Upset
11283   Upshot
11284   Upside-down
11285   Upstage
11286   Upstanding
11287   Upstart
11288   Upswing
11289   Up-tight
11290   Up-to-date
11291   Upward
11292   Urban
11293   Urbane
11294   Urchin
11295   Urge
11296   Urgent
11297   Urn
11298   Use
11299   Uselessness
11300   Usher
11301   Usual
11302   Usurp
11303   Usury
11304   Utensil
11305   Utilitarian
11306   Utility
11307   Utmost
11308   Utopian
11309   Utter
11310   Vacancy
11311   Vacant
11312   Vacate
11313   Vacation
11314   Vaccinate
11315   Vaccine
11316   Vacillation
11317   Vacuum
11318   Vade mecum
11319   Vagabond
11320   Vagary
11321   Vagina
11322   Vagrant
11323   Vague
11324   Vain
11325   Vainglorious
11326   Valediction
11327   Valet
11328   Valiant
11329   Valid
11330   Validate
11331   Valise
11332   Valley
11333   Valor
11334   Valuable
11335   Value
11336   Valueless
11337   Valve
11338   Vamp
11339   Vampire
11340   Van
11341   Vandalism
11342   Vane
11343   Vanguard
11344   Vanish
11345   Vanity
11346   Vanquish
11347   Vantage
11348   Vapid
11349   Vapor
11350   Variable
11351   Variance
11352   Variation
11353   Varicolored
11354   Variegation
11355   Variety
11356   Various
11357   Varnish
11358   Vary
11359   Vase
11360   Vassal
11361   Vast
11362   Vat
11363   Vaudeville
11364   Vault
11365   Vaunt
11366   Veer
11367   Vegetable
11368   Vegetarian
11369   Vegetate
11370   Vegetation
11371   Vehemence
11372   Vehicle
11373   Veil
11374   Vein
11375   Vellum
11376   Velocity
11377   Velvet
11378   Venal
11379   Vend
11380   Vendetta
11381   Veneer
11382   Venerable
11383   Veneration
11384   Venereal
11385   Vengeance
11386   Vengeful
11387   Venial
11388   Venomous
11389   Vent
11390   Ventilate
11391   Venture
11392   Venturesome
11393   Veracity
11394   Veranda
11395   Verbal
11396   Verbalize
11397   Verbatim
11398   Verbose
11399   Verboten
11400   Verdant
11401   Verdict
11402   Verdure
11403   Verge
11404   Verify
11405   Veritable
11406   Vermin
11407   Vernacular
11408   Versatile
11409   Verse
11410   Versed
11411   Version
11412   Versus
11413   Vertex
11414   Vertical
11415   Vertigo
11416   Verve
11417   Very
11418   Vessel
11419   Vest
11420   Vestibule
11421   Vestige
11422   Vestments
11423   Vestry
11424   Veteran
11425   Veterinarian
11426   Veto
11427   Vex
11428   Via
11429   Viable
11430   Viaduct
11431   Vial
11432   Vibes
11433   Vibrant
11434   Vibration
11435   Vicar
11436   Vicarious
11437   Vice
11438   Vice versa
11439   Vicinity
11440   Vicious
11441   Vicissitude
11442   Victim
11443   Victimize
11444   Victor
11445   Victory
11446   Victuals
11447   Video
11448   Vie
11449   View
11450   Viewpoint
11451   Vigil
11452   Vigilant
11453   Vigilante
11454   Vignette
11455   Vigor
11456   Vile
11457   Vilify
11458   Villa
11459   Village
11460   Villain
11461   Villainy
11462   Vim
11463   Vindictive
11464   Vine
11465   Vinegar
11466   Vintage
11467   Violate
11468   Violence
11469   Violin
11470   Vip
11471   Viper
11472   Vipers
11473   Virago
11474   Virgin
11475   Virile
11476   Virtual
11477   Virtue
11478   Virtuosity
11479   Virtuoso
11480   Virulent
11481   Virus
11482   Visa
11483   Visage
11484   Visage vigorous
11485   Vis-à-vis
11486   Viscous
11487   Vise
11488   Visibility
11489   Vision
11490   Vision pect
11491   Visionary
11492   Visit
11493   Visitation
11494   Visor
11495   Vista
11496   Visual
11497   Visualize
11498   Vital
11499   Vitality
11500   Vitiate
11501   Volcanic
11502   Volition
11503   Volley
11504   Volte-face
11505   Voluble
11506   Volume
11507   Voluminous
11508   Voluntary
11509   Volunteer
11510   Voluptuous
11511   Vomit
11512   Voodoo
11513   Voracious
11514   Vortex
11515   Votary
11516   Vote
11517   Vouch
11518   Voucher
11519   Vow
11520   Vox populi
11521   Voyage
11522   Voyeur
11523   Vulgarity
11524   Vulnerable
11525   Vulpine
11526   Vulture
11527   Vulva
11528   Wacky
11529   Wad
11530   Waddle
11531   Wade
11532   Wafer
11533   Waffle
11534   Waft
11535   Wag
11536   Wage
11537   Wager
11538   Wages
11539   Wagon
11540   Waif
11541   Wail
11542   Waist
11543   Wait
11544   Waiter
11545   Waive
11546   Waiver
11547   Wake
11548   Wakeful
11549   Walk
11550   Wall
11551   Wallcian
11552   Wallet
11553   Wallop
11554   Wallow
11555   Wan
11556   Wand
11557   Wander
11558   Wane
11559   Wangle
11560   Want
11561   Wanting
11562   Wanton
11563   War
11564   Warble
11565   Ward
11566   Warden
11567   Warder
11568   Wardrobe
11569   Warehouse
11570   Wares
11571   Warfare
11572   Warhorse
11573   Warlock
11574   Warm
11575   Warm-blooded
11576   Warmonger
11577   Warning
11578   Warp
11579   Warpath
11580   Warrant
11581   Warren
11582   Warrior
11583   Warship
11584   Wart
11585   Wary
11586   Wash
11587   Washout
11588   Washroom
11589   Washstand
11590   Waspish
11591   Waste
11592   Watch
11593   Watchdog
11594   Watchful
11595   Watchtower
11596   Watchword
11597   Water
11598   Waterfall
11599   Waterproof
11600   Watershed
11601   Watertight
11602   Waterway
11603   Watery
11604   Wave
11605   Wavelet
11606   Waver
11607   Wax
11608   Way
11609   Wayfarer
11610   Waylay
11611   Wayward
11612   Weak
11613   Weak-minded
11614   Weakness
11615   Wealth
11616   Wealthy
11617   Wean
11618   Wear
11619   Weariness
11620   Weasel
11621   Weather
11622   Weatherbeaten
11623   Weathercock
11624   Weatherman
11625   Weave
11626   Web
11627   Wed
11628   Wedge
11629   Wee
11630   Weed
11631   Weeds
11632   Week
11633   Weep
11634   Weigh
11635   Weight
11636   Weightless
11637   Weighty
11638   Weird
11639   Welcome
11640   Weld
11641   Welfare
11642   Well
11643   Well-being
11644   Well-bred
11645   Well-heeled
11646   Well-known
11647   Well-meaning
11648   Well-nigh
11649   Well-read
11650   Well-rounded
11651   Wellspring
11652   Well-to-do
11653   Welsh
11654   Welt
11655   Welter
11656   Wench
11657   Werewolf
11658   West
11659   Wet
11660   Whale
11661   Whammy
11662   Wharf
11663   What
11664   Whatnot
11665   Wheedle
11666   Wheel
11667   Wheelbarrow
11668   Wheeler-dealer
11669   Wheeze
11670   When
11671   Whence
11672   Where
11673   Whereabouts
11674   Whereas
11675   Whereupon
11676   Wherewithal
11677   Whet
11678   Whether
11679   Whiff
11680   While
11681   Whim
11682   Whimper
11683   Whimsical
11684   Whine
11685   Whip
11686   Whippersnapper
11687   Whir
11688   Whirl
11689   Whirligig
11690   Whirlpool
11691   Whirlwind
11692   Whisk
11693   Whiskers
11694   Whiskey
11695   Whisper
11696   Whistle
11697   White
11698   Whitewash
11699   Whittle
11700   Whiz
11701   Who
11702   Whole
11703   Wholehearted
11704   Wholesale
11705   Wholesome
11706   Whopper
11707   Whore
11708   Whorehouse
11709   Why
11710   Wicked
11711   Wicker
11712   Wicket
11713   Wide
11714   Widespread
11715   Widow
11716   Width
11717   Wield
11718   Wife
11719   Wig
11720   Wiggle
11721   Wigwam
11722   Wild
11723   Wildcat
11724   Wilderness
11725   Wild-goose chase
11726   Wildlife
11727   Will
11728   Willful
11729   Willing
11730   Willingness
11731   Will-o’-the-wisp
11732   Willpower
11733   Willy-nilly
11734   Wilt
11735   Wily
11736   Wimp
11737   Win
11738   Wince
11739   Winch
11740   Wind
11741   Windbag
11742   Windfall
11743   Windjammer
11744   Window
11745   Windpipe
11746   Windup
11747   Windy
11748   Wine
11749   Wing
11750   Wink
11751   Winning
11752   Winnow
11753   Winsome
11754   Winter
11755   Wintry
11756   Wipe
11757   Wire
11758   Wireless
11759   Wiry
11760   Wisdom
11761   Wise
11762   Wisecrack
11763   Wish
11764   Wishful thinking
11765   Wishy-washy
11766   Wisp
11767   Wistful
11768   Wit
11769   Witch
11770   Witchcraft
11771   Witch-hunt
11772   With
11773   Withdraw
11774   Wither
11775   Withhold
11776   Within
11777   Without
11778   Withstand
11779   Witless
11780   Witness
11781   Witticism
11782   Wizard
11783   Wobble
11784   Woe
11785   Woebegone
11786   Wolf
11787   Woman
11788   Womanish
11789   Womanize
11790   Wonder
11791   Wonderful
11792   Wont
11793   Woo
11794   Wood
11795   Woodcut
11796   Wooded
11797   Wooden
11798   Woodshed
11799   Woodsman
11800   Woodwind
11801   Woodwork
11802   Woof
11803   Wool
11804   Woolgathering
11805   Woolly
11806   Woozy
11807   Word
11808   Word game
11809   Wording
11810   Wordy
11811   Work
11812   Workable
11813   Workaday
11814   Workaholic
11815   Worker
11816   Workhorse
11817   Working
11818   Working class
11819   Workmanlike
11820   Workmanship
11821   Workout
11822   Works
11823   Workshop
11824   World
11825   Worldly
11826   Worldwide
11827   Worm
11828   Worn
11829   Worry
11830   Worrywart
11831   Worship
11832   Worst
11833   Worth
11834   Worthless
11835   Worthwhile
11836   Worthy
11837   Would-be
11838   Wound
11839   Wraith
11840   Wrangle
11841   Wrap
11842   Wrap-up
11843   Wrath
11844   Wreath
11845   Wreck
11846   Wrench
11847   Wrest
11848   Wrestle
11849   Wretch
11850   Wretched
11851   Wriggle
11852   Wring
11853   Wrinkle
11854   Writ
11855   Writhe
11856   Writing
11857   Wrong
11858   Wrongful
11859   Wrongheaded
11860   Wry
11861   Xanthic
11862   Xanthous
11863   X-rated
11864   X-ray
11865   Xylograph
11866   Xyloid
11867   Xylophone
11868   Yacht
11869   Yahoo
11870   Yammer
11871   Yank
11872   Yap
11873   Yard
11874   Yardstick
11875   Yarn
11876   Yaw
11877   Yawn
11878   Yea
11879   Year
11880   Yearbook
11881   Yearling
11882   Yearn
11883   Yeast
11884   Yell
11885   Yellow
11886   Yellowbelly
11887   Yelp
11888   Yen
11889   Yeoman
11890   Yes
11891   Yeshiva
11892   Yesterday
11893   Yet
11894   Yield
11895   Yielding
11896   Yodel
11897   Yoke
11898   Yokel
11899   Yonder
11900   Yore
11901   Young
11902   Youth
11903   Yowl
11904   Yummy
11905   Zany
11906   Zeal
11907   Zealot
11908   Zenith
11909   Zephyr
11910   Zeppelin
11911   Zero
11912   Zest
11913   Zigzag
11914   Zip
11915   Zipper
11916   Zither
11917   Zodiac
11918   Zombie
11919   Zone
11920   Zoo
Defenition
adj. unaccompanied; solo.
Lat. all the more.
Lat. from cause to effect.
Fr. to your health.
Lat. from the beginning.
adv. rearward, behind.
adv. aft, astern, behind.
v.t. relinquish, resign, give up, forgo, surrender, discontinue, , throw up, pull out of,
adj. dissipated, immoral, reprobate, dissolute, depraved; lost; unbridled.
v.t. humble; demean, degrade; dishonor; cast down. Ant. uplift, exalt.
v.t. humiliate, humble, shame; . Ant. hearten, rally.
v. decrease, lessen, moderate, diminish, subside; allay, slake, slacken, subdue; Ant. increase.
n. slaughterhouse .
abbess, abbot, a member of the secular clergy,a title of respect for any ecclesiastic or clergyman.
n. a church associated with a monastery or convent.
v. abridge, condense, contract, shorten, curtail, . Ant. expand, lengthen.
n. alphabet; basics, rudiments.
v. relinquish, resign, renounce, abandon, quit, surrender. Ant. retain, maintain.
n. belly, paunch, epigastrium, venter; midriff; corporation, solar plexus, guts (all inf.).
v.t. kidnap, carry off, steal, spirit away, shanghai, snatch.
adv. Sideways,at right angles to the fore-and-aft line .
n. deviation, variation, distortion, disorientation; aberrance, insanity; error.
v.t. aid, assist, support; encourage. n. suspension. Ant. renewal, operation.
n. suspension,temporary inactivity, cessation.
v.t. hate. Ant. love.
v. dwell, reside, live, stay; tolerate,
n. power, skill, competency, capacity, capability, aptitude, faculty, talent (inf.),
adj. servile, contemptible; miserable, wretched, hangdog; base.
v. forswear, renounce, repudiate.
adj. afire, burning; aglow.
adj. capable, competent, skillful, talented.
adj. fit, robust.
adj. blossoming; in blossom or flower
n. cleansing, washing.
To give up (rights or a claim, for example); renounce,To deny (something) to oneself:
adj. unusual, aberrant,irregular,eccentric.
on board; on, in, or into a ship, train, airplane, bus,sane; monstrous.
Place of residence; Nou- (living place) abode, dwelling, domesticate, dwelling, residing, home.
v.t. annul, cancel, abrogate; exterminate, wipe out. destruction.
n. & adj. emancipator, freer
adj. detestable. uncleanness. Ant. likable. —Abominable Snowman, yeti.
adj. primitive, primeval; indigenous. inhabitant.
n. miscarriage; premature delivery or birth; failure, fiasco; monstrosity, freak.
v.i. teem, swarm, be plentiful; be filled (with). Ant. be short of, lack.
adv. around, round, on all sides; approximately; nearly, almost. —prep. concerning, regarding,
n. turnabout, reversal, volte-face.
adv. aloft, overhead, up; earlier, before. —prep. over, beyond; surpassing; more than, exceeding.
adj. candid ,in open sight; without tricks, concealment, or disguise.
n. mumbo-jumbo .a mystical word or expression used in incantations, on amulets, etc
v.t. wear (away), grind.
adj. & n. —adj. rough, frictional; unpleasant. —n. grinder; sandpaper, corundum,
adv. side by side; to the same degree. equality.
v. condense, shorten,compress, contract.
adv. overseas, away, outside; roaming, wandering, at large.
v.t. repeal, annul, retract.
adj. sudden, precipitate, short, curt; steep, precipitous, sheer; sudden or jerky.
n. ulcer, boil. a localized collection of pus in the tissues of the body.
v.i. decamp, bolt, run away flee, fly, take off. Ant. abide, stay.
STATE OF BEING AWAY; absence, nonresidence; be absent,
adj. preoccupied, forgetful.
adj. complete, perfect, thorough; sheer; fixed, positive; unrestricted, unbounded, full, plenary;
n. cleansing, forgiveness, shrift, dispensation; discharge.
n. despotism, autocracy; dogmatism.
v.t. forgive, cleanse, shrive, pardon, discharge.
v. assimilate, take in, suck précis, abridgment.
v.i. forbear, refrain.
adj. abstaining, abstinent; temperate, sober.
adj. theoretical, metaphys unintelligibilical; abstruse,
adj. absentminded, inatentive.
n. preoccupation; abridgment.
adj. profound, recondite, esoteric, subtle, deep; obscure enigmatical.
Quality of being absurd-n- (nonsensical quality) absurdity, V- (act foolishly) play the fool.
n. plenty, sufficiency, profusion, luxuriance, fullness; affluence, opulence, wealth.
v.t. misuse, misapply; mistreat, injure, damage; malign, scold, berate, vilify, curse; flay.
v. touch, border .
adj. abyssal; deficient, below par, miserable.
n. abysm, deep, depth[s], gulf, chasm, [bottomless] pit,chaos, hell.
n. academia, school; pedant, academician.
scholastic, collegiate; educational; scholarly, erudite; theoretical.
n. school, college, preparatory or finishing school; [learned] society.
v.i. agree, assent, consent, acquiesce, yield, comply; attain.
v. hasten, expedite, anticipate, speed (up), quicken.
n. gas pedal, throttle.
v. accentuate, emphasize, stress. —n. emphasis, stress, tone;
v. assent; take; adopt, believe; honor, admit.
adj. tolerable, adequate, OK. Ant. unwelcome, repugnant.
n. sense, meaning.
n. approach, avenue, way; admittance, entrée. Informal,
n. acceding, assent; increase, addition, acquisition; attainment.
adj. contributory; helping; auxiliary, incident (to). —n. accomplice, assistant,
n. mishap, injury, casualty; chance, fortuity.
v.t. applaud; praise, hail, salute. —n. praise.
n. acclaim, applause; unanimity.
acclimatize, v.t. accustom, inure, habituate. n. ascent, rise, incline, pitch, slope, grade.
n. honors, laurels, tribute, reward; decoration, embrace, kiss; brace, bracket.
v. adapt, adjust, conform, fit, suit; oblige, help out; lend money (to); put up;
Subordinate addition; Nou- (something that accompanies) accompaniment,accompany.
n. accessory, abettor, confederate, associate, crony; partner, colleague,
v.t. do, complete, fulfill, perform, effect, execute, achieve, consummate.
adj. proficient, versed; talented.
v.i. harmonize, conform, agree.
adv. consistent with, in keeping with; based on.
adj. & adv. by the book, comme il faut, kosher.
adv. hence, so, therefore, thus.
n. concertina, bandonion, squeeze box (inf.).
v.t. greet, hail, address.
v.i. report, relate, narrate. . —v.t. attribute. —n. report, recital,
adj. liable; responsible; explicable.
Keeping of financial records; Nou- (act of accounting) accounting,
v.t. outfit, attire, equip.
v. authorize, license, certify; believe; attribute.
n. growth, increase, growing, development.
v. accumulate, grow; result from, grow out of.
n. all the knowledge and values shared by a society.
adj. correct, exact; precise, truthful, on the button or nose (inf.),
adj. damned, execrable.
Act of accusing; Nou- (charge) accusation, charge; Ver- (make a charge) accuse,
v. habituate, familiarize, inure.
n. expert, adept; particle, iota.
adj. bitter; harsh, severe.
n. pain. —v.i. hurt, smart, throb, pain; v.t. accomplish, attain,
v.t. accomplish, attain,reach.
n. weak point, chink in one’s armor.
adj. sour, bitter, tart, vinegary; acrimonious, cutting, caustic.
n. litmus test ,a rigorous and conclusive test to establish worth or value
v. admit, confess, allow, own up to; answer, receipt.
n. summit, pinnacle ,
n. altar boy or girl; attendant, assistant; novice.
n. pertaining to the sense or organs of hearing, to sound, or to the science of sound.
v.t. inform, notify, tell; familiarize, teach.
n. familiarity, experience, knowledge, ken; friend.
v.i. agree, accede, assent, concur, consent.
-act of obtaining;(something acquired) acquisition; Ver- acquire, get, find, gain,
v.t. exonerate; discharge, pay.
v. behave; conduct comport, or bear oneself; pay off, settle, square.
-exoneration; nouns—acquittalquittance, exculpation; acquit, exculpate, exonerate,
adj. pungent, biting, acid; corrosive, caustic.
n. bitterness, rancor, acerbity, asperity, resentment, discourtesy, pungency.
n. gymnast, tumbler, contortionist.
n. acrostic,a word formed from the initial letters
n. an abnormal fear of high places.
adv. crosswise, athwart. — prep. on, over, athwart.
adj. all-inclusive, comprehensive
n. acronym; double acrostic.
action, drama, conduct, affectation, representation, rule.
adj. substitute, representative, deputy.
Performance; Nou- (act of doing) action, performance; act, do, execute, perform,
State of being active;n (state of being active) activity; V-(act) be active, busy,
actress, n. performer, player; tragedian, comedian,
adj. real, veritable genuine; concrete, factual.
n. clerk, registrar; statistician.
v.t. move, induce, compel, persuade; start, get under way.
n. discernment, shrewdness, penetration; intelligence.
adj. shrewd, discerning, astute; sharp, poignant, keen, pointed, severe.
n.advertisement.advertising: an ad agency.
n. expedient . —adj. provisional; stopgap, expedient.
Lat. to infinity; without end.
Lat. at [one’s] pleasure.
Lat. relevant, to the point.
Lat. according to value.
n. proverb, saw, saying,aphorism, motto, maxim.
adj. adamantine, hard; inflexible, immovable, firm.
v. suit, conform, regulate, fit; adjust, convert, reconcile.
addition, numeration.Ant. subtract, withdraw.
n. addition; appendix.
n. puff adder, viper.
n. devotee, fan, enthusiast; user, slave (to). Slang, head, junkie, freak, mainliner.
Process of adding; n- (act of adding) addition, increase, expansion; V—add, affix,
v. confuse, muddle, befuddle.
v.t. direct; court, woo; accost, greet, approach, speak to. -n. street and number; residence,
v.t. present, bring forward, cite, mention.
adj. skillful, dexterous, apt; practiced, expert, proficient. —n. expert, master.
adj. enough, sufficient; serviceable; satisfactory, ample.
v.i. cling (to), stick; hold closely to.
n. follower, believer; partisan, disciple.
adj. sticky, gluey, tenacious. —n. adherent; glue, cement,
n. good-bye; farewell,the act of leaving or departing.
adj. adjoining, near, close by, next to; touching, bordering, contiguous, neighboring.
v. touch, abut, border, meet, neighbor.
v. defer, postpone; discontinue; end.
adjudicate, v. judge .
n. addition, appendix, appendage, annex; accessory, extension, postscript;v. confuse, muddle,
v.t. charge, bind, command.
v.t. fix, adapt regulate, straighten; settle, compensate; equalize, rate.
n. assistant; aide-de-camp
v. informal, extemporize, improvise.
v.t. govern, rule, manage, control; give, dose, dispense.
n. conduct; government, regime, authority; giving; apportionment.
adj. commendable, exemplary; lovable, likable.
v.t. esteem, idolize, venerate, respect; regard; wonder, marvel.
n. confession, disclosure; entry, admittance, ingress; cover [charge], charge, minimum; consent.
v.t. let in; induct, matriculate; concede, acknowledge; receive, allow, ’fess or own up (inf.).
n. reproof ; caution, warning.
n. bustle, activity; fuss, commotion, disorder.
n. a yellow silt or clay, deposited by rivers, used to make bricks.
n. youth, minority, juvenility; teens, teenage, nonage; puberty.
v.t. embrace, take to oneself, assume; foster, give a home to, provide a home for,
v.t. love, worship, idolize. Ant. hate, condemn.
v.t. ornament, embellish, deck, garnish, beautify. Ant. mar, deface.
adj. afloat; drifting, loose.
adj. dexterous, deft, skillful. Ant. clumsy, awkward.
v. flatter. adult, adj. grown[-up], full-grown, mature, ripe. grown-up,
v.t. mix, water down, weaken, dilute; debase, corrupt. Ant. purify, clarify.
n. infidelity, fornication, licentiousness.
v.t. foreshadow ,to produce a faint image or resemblance of; to outline or sketch.
v. progress, go forward, proceed; further, second, aid. n. progress, rise; success, gain;
n. superiority, upper hand, leverage, the better (of); gain, profit, benefit, odds, favor,
n. arrival; coming.
adj. foreign, extrinsic.
n. enterprise, undertaking; happening, event; risk, hazard, venture.
n. voyager, traveler, wanderer, roamer; gambler, fortune hunter, freelance,
n. opponent, enemy, foe . Ant. ally, friend.
Ill fortune; Nou- (difficulty) adversity, affliction; Ver- go hard or ill with,
v.i. refer (to), direct or turn attention (to).
n. announcement [public] notice; commercial, ad; advert, advertorial, plug, blurb (all inf.);
Counsel; Nou- (help given) advice, counsel; Ver- (give advice) advise, [give] counsel,
v. favor, plead; recommend, suggest; support. —n. patron, supporter; defender; lawyer, attorney.
n. protection, sponsorship.
v.t. air; carbonate, charge.
adj. airy, atmospheric; lofty, soaring; graceful, ethereal; visionary.
n. –the science or art of flight.
n. spray, atomizer.
n. the atmosphere and space beyond
adj. artistic, tasteful, beautiful.
adv. at or from a distance, afar. Ant. near.
adj. friendly, sociable, gracious; approachable.
n. occasion, event, happening, occurrence; business; party .
v.t. influence, touch; concern, relate to; move, stir.
Artificiality of manner; n.- (affected quality) affectation, affectedness; v-affect, act,
n. love, regard, esteem, liking, shine (inf.)
adj. loving, warmhearted; tender.
n. deposition, attestation.
v.i. join, unite. —n. associate; branch, subsidiary.
n. liking, attraction; relation, similarity. Ant. aversion, disparity.
v. assert, declare; confirm, ratify. Ant. deny.
Positive assertion; Nou- (positive statement) affirmation; Ver- (state positively) affirm, assert,
v.t. fasten, attach; append.
v.t. beset, trouble; burden (with).
adj. flowing; abundant, plentiful; rich, wealthy.
v.t. manage, bear; supply, yield, produce; make available, furnish.
n. quarrel, brawl, disturbance.
v. & n. insult, slight, snub.
n. enthusiast, devotee.
adv. abroad; off the beaten track.
adj.on fire: to set a house afire.
adj. floating; in circulation.
adj.in or into a nervous or excited state
adj. walking, on foot; in progress.
adj. former, aforementioned.
adv. adj.in a state of collision or entanglement: a ship with its shrouds afoul.
adj.feeling regret, unhappiness,,
adj. black, colored, Negro, Afro-American.n. black [man or woman], person of color,
adv. abaft, astern, rearward.
prep. past, beyond, behind. adj. later, subsequent, following. —adv. afterward,
n. results, conse-quence[s].
n. post meridiem, p.m.; twilight hour.
n. reflection; hindsight.
adv. after an earlier event or time; subsequently
adv. once more, afresh, anew, repeatedly, twice; encore; in addition.
prep. in opposition to, counter or contrary to; dead against, at cross purposes; in exchange for.
adj.with the mouth wide open, as in wonder, surprise, or eagerness:
Old age; Nou- age, years, oldness; life expectancy; Ver- age, grow old, decline, senesce,
adj. perpetual, young at heart.
adj. lengthy, protracted.
One who acts for another; N-(one who acts for another) agent; V-represent, act on behalf of,
Fr. professional lence. agitator.
v. conglomerate . —n. & adj. cluster .
adj.united by or as by glue.
v.t. enlarge, extend ; exaggerate . to make (something) appear greater
v. worsen, intensify, increase; informal, irritate, annoy exacerbate.
n. total, sum, whole; combination.
n. offense, attack,war invasion; belligerence.
adj. offended,wronged, or injured.
adj. awestruck, agape.
adj. nimble, active, spry; quick, acrobatic, athletic.
v. foment, instigate, etc trouble; disturb, perturb.
Violent motion; N- (quality of being agitated) agitation, stir; V- (be agitated) agitate,
n. skeptic, doubter.
Lat. Lamb of God.
adv. since, over, past.
adj. eager, excited.
n. pain, torture; anxiety, anguish; throes of death.
v. yield, consent; assent; coincide, harmonize; conform.
adj. pleasant, congenial, compatible, harmonious; compliant .
Concord; N- (quality of agreement) agreement,V- (be in agreement) agree, accord,
Science of cultivating; N- (art of growing) agriculture, cultivation; V—cultivate,
adj.on or into the ground; in a stranded condition or state:
chill,fit of shivering,a fever with successive stages of fever and chills esp when caused by malaria.
adv. before, in advance (of); leading, winning.
Give support to; N- (help given) aid, assistance, help; v- (provide help) aid, assist, help.
n. assistant; aide-de-camp.
v.i. be ill, suffer, fail (in health).
n. disease, illness, malady.
n. purpose, intention, goal, end. —v. point, direct; aspire to, try for.
adj. random, undirected, chance; driftless, idle; wanton.
Earth’s atmosphereN- (atmosphere) air, atmosphere, ether, ozoneair,
n. smog, effluvium, miasma, mephitis.
n. any machine capable of flying by means of buoyancy or aerodynamic forces,
n. walk, stroll; hearing, consideration, forum.
n. [air] carrier, airways; air shuttle.
n.a large passenger aircraft ,airplane, airship,
n. airfield, landing strip, airstrip.
n.pl. pretension[s], facade.
adj.afflicted with airsickness.
adj.preventing the entrance or escape of air or gas.
adj. unsubstantial, immaterial; well ventilated, breezy; flimsy, unreal, visionary;
n. passageway, path, corridor.
adj. open, agape; cracked; discordant.
adj. crooked, bent .
adj. related, kindred, like.
adv.out-of-doors; in the open air: to dine alfresco.
n. promptness, speed; zeal, eagerness.
n. alarum, warning; tocsin; SOS, siren, danger signal, v. frighten, panic,
n. terrorist, panic-or scaremonger.
interj. alack! woe is me!.
conj. although, notwithstanding that
n. scrapbook, record; looseleaf book; assemblage.
the art, practices, ;black magic; witchery.
adj. beery, winy; spirituous.—n. dipsomaniac, problem drinker.
n. recess, niche.
n. porter, stout.
adj. aleatoric, chance.
adj. watchful, on guard, wary; concavity. ale, n. porter, stout.
n. assumed name, pseudonym, nom de plume or de guerre; nickname. —adv. also known as, aka.
n. informal, excuse
adj. foreign, strange. —n. foreigner, stranger, immigrant.
v.t. estrange, make hostile; turn off (inf.).
n. psychiatrist. an expert witness in a sanity trial.
v.i. descend, get off, land; dismount; arrive, disembark.
v. line up range, straighten; regulate; array, take sides.
adj. analogous, resembling, like; akin.
n. food, sustenance.
n. maintenance; child support.
adj. living; quick-witted, alert, brisk, spry; susceptible.
the whole of, whole, generality. — all in, informal, exhausted
adj, adv. correct; unharmed; yes, very well.
adj. complete; versatile.
v.t. lessen; soothe, mitigate, ease; calm.
v. state, assert, affirm; imply; accuse.
n. loyalty, devotion; duty.
n. parable, fable.
n. sensitivity, reaction; hay fever, asthma, eczema, etc.
v. lessen, mitigate; relieve.
n. passage, lane, walk.
n. association, federation, league; combination; treaty, accord; marriage; connection.
v.t. allot, assign.apportionment.
n. speech,a formal speech, especially one of an incontrovertible or hortatory nature.
v. appoint, assign; distribute, parcel out.
v. grant, permit; concede; tolerate, suffer, let.
n. stipend; discount, concession; admission, sanction, permission.
n. compound, mixture; admixture.v. mix, combine; adulterate.
v.to refer casually or indirectly;
n. attraction, charm. —v. tempt, attract, charm, entice.
n. reference, suggestion, hint, mention.
n. friend, confederate, supporter.
n. calendar, ephemeris.
adj. all-powerful, omnipotent.
adv. nearly, not quite, all but, approximately.
n. charity, dole.
adv. on high, overhead, above, up; in the air; in the rigging.
adj. apart, solitary, single. — adv. individually, solely, singly.
adv. lengthwise; onward; together (with).
adv. beside, neck-and-neck, abreast,
adv. at a distance, especially in feeling or interest; apart:
adv. audibly; vociferously, loudly, with full voice.
n. letters; ABCs, criss-cross-row.
adv. by now, previously.
adv. too, further[more], besides, likewise.
n. runner-up, second best; failure.
n. communion or Lord’s table; shrine.
v. modify, change.
Lat. another I; intimate friend.
n.a heated or angry dispute; noisy argument or controversy.
n. substitute, stand-in, proxy. —v. take turns, change, vacillate.
n. choice, option; plan.
conj. notwithstanding, albeit, though.
n. height, elevation.
adv. entirely, all, collectively, totally.
n. benevolence; selflessness; generosity, liberality, philanthropy, unselfishness.
alumnus, n. graduate, fellow.
adv. at all times, invariably, continually, ever.
adv. [with] full force or speed; hastily.
n. mixture, blend, combination; unification, merger, federation, unity,
n. scribe, secretary. a person employed to take dictation or to copy manuscripts
v.t. collect, accumulate; pile or heap up, store.
n. nonprofessional, beginner; dilettante; volunteer.
adj. loving, affectionate; amorous, ardent; erotic.
v.t. astonish, astound, surprise.
n. envoy, emissary; consul; deputy.
n. mood, atmosphere; environment, feeling.
adj. surrounding, neighboring.
adj. vague, undecided, uncertain; obscure, undefined.
n. compass, boundary, limit.
n. purpose, wish, hope, desire, intention; aspiration, goal, end; resolve; zeal.
n. mixed feelings.
v.i. stroll, saunter, shuffle along.
n. ambuscade; hiding place, cover, camouflage; pitfall, trap;.v.t. lie in wait for;
v. get better ,o make or become better, more bearable, or more satisfactory; improve.
adj. agreeable; pliant, yielding, submissive; liable.
v. change; correct, rectify; improve; (pl.) recompense .
n.pl.an agreeable way or manner; courtesy; civility:
adj. friendly, agreeable, kindly, pleasant; likable.
adj. characterized by or showing goodwill; friendly; peaceable:
Lat. a friend of the court.
amidst, prep. among, midst, mid.
adv. wrong, ill; badly, improperly.
n. ammo, bullets, etc.
n. loss of memory
n. pardon, remission, moratorium.
adv. in a frenzied or berserk manner; running wild.
prep. in the middle (of), midst, included in, with.
adj. nonmoral, unscrupulous, unprincipled, unethical.
adj. loving, passionate, amative.
adj. shapeless, formless; heterogenous, vague.
n. quantity, sum, total, aggregate; degree; price.
Fr. self-esteem.self-esteem; self-respect.
n. A colorless, volatile liquid used primarily as a central nervous system stimulant.
n. gallery, arena.
adj. sufficient, copious, plenty; large, expansive, spacious.
v.t. enlarge, swell, magnify.
v. sever, cut or hack off.
n. charm, token, talisman, good-luck piece.
Pleasurable interest n.amusement, entertainment; diversion V- amuse, entertain, divert,
n. misdate, prolepsis, anticipation; metachronism,parachronism, prochronism.
n.a word or phrase the letters of which can be rearranged into another word or phrase
adj. rectal; informal, anal retentive, uptight, rigid, [anal-]compulsive.
adj. & n. a remedy that relieves or allays pain
adj. like, parallel; related; corresponding, similar.
n. breakdown, separation, disintegration; investigation study; abstract, summary; psycho analysis.
n. lawlessness, terrorism, disorder, disorganization; nihilism.
n. denunciation; curse, execration, imprecation.
n. structure, framework zootomy; analysis.
Series of ancestors n.(family history) ancestry, paternityAdj.ancestral, family, linear,
n. berth, slip, buoy, grapnel, kedge; mainstay, safeguard; v. cast anchor.
n. mooring, road [stead], harbor.
n. anchoret, recluse, hermit .
Fr. the old order.
adj. aged, venerable; antique, antiquated; archaic, hoary.
adj. & n. subordinate; subsidiary.
conj. moreover, also, in addition; plus, to boot, besides.
n. firedog, grill.
n. sketch, story, tale, narrative; joke.
n. bloodlessness.
n. Total or partial loss of sensation, especially tactile sensibility,
n. painkiller, novocain.
adv. over again; again; once more: to play the tune anew.
Attendant of Godn. (heavenly being) angel, archangel; v.receive one’s wings, .Adj.angelic,
n. & v. a strong feeling of displeasure and belligerence aroused by a wrong; wrath; ire.
n. corner ; aspect, guise, point of view; approach.
adj. inflamed, sore.
n. agony, anxiety, pain.
Quality of having angles n. (quality of having an angle) angularity, obliquity; angle, V.angle,
adj. childish, foolish, simple; reflecsenile.
n. criticism, reflection.
Any living thing not a plantNou- animal, beast, Adj- animal, bestial,
v. liven, impel; cheer, enliven, enspirit, encourage, inspire. —adj. lively; living.
n. antipathy, ill will, enmity.
n. tarsus.talus the joint connecting the leg and the foot
n.pl. chronicle, archive[s],record.
v.t. temper , to temper or toughen (something) by heat treatment
v. add, attach, affix.
v. demolish, destroy; eliminate, exterminate.
n. jubilee ,the yearly recurrence of the date of a past event
v. comment on, gloss, explain.
v. tell, proclaim, publish, make known; broadcast, report.
v. vex, tease, harass, disturb, molest, trouble, bother, irritate, pain, peeve (inf.).
adj. yearly, seasonal, anniversary. n. yearbook, [annual] report.
v.t. cancel, abolish, repeal, rescind, retract, revoke, nullifyquash;
adj. ring-shaped.having the form of a ring.
v. oil, salve. to smear with any liquid.
adj. unnamed, nameless, incognito.
adj. different; one more.
Response, Nou- answer, response, reply, rescript; acknowledgment; tAdj.answering, responsive,
adj. accountable, liable,
n. animosity, antipathy enmity; hostility, opposition.
Lat. before the war,
v.t. go before, precede,
n. waiting room, ingress; lobby, vestibule, foyer.
v.t. predate, come before.
n. aerial, rabbit ears, mast, tower.
n. song, hymn, chorale; national anthem.
n. collection, miscellany, garland.
n. miracle or wonder drug, sulfa drug, antibacterial.
n. caper, escapade, prank, gambol.
v. await, expect; precede; forestall; foresee.
n. letdown, comedown.
n. antitoxin, remedy. antipasto, n. appetizer, hors,
n. dislike; repugnance, aversion.
adj. [opposite] poles, opposites . antiquary, n. archaeologist, historian, student of the past.
adj. antique; outdated, behind the times, outmoded; obsolete.
n. relic. Adj.of or belonging to the past; not modern.
n. old[en] times; the past, ancient history; oldness.
adj. & n. germicide, disinfectant.
adj. cynical, misanthropic.
n. contrast, opposition.
n. rectum, asshole (sl.), bunghole (sl.).
n. concern, care; fear, mental anguish, pain.
adj. one, a, an, or some; one or more without specification or identification:
pron. whoever, no matter who.
adv. anyway; at any rate; nevertheless.
adv. separately, alone, independently; away; in pieces.
n. flat, suite, rooms, maisonette, tenement, walk-up; condo[minium], co-op.
n. coldness, indifference, unconcern.
n. gorilla, anthropoid, simian; imitator, mimic.v. imitate, copy, mimic.
n.a small drink of alcoholic liquor taken to stimulate the appetite before a meal.
n. opening, gap.an opening, as a hole, slit, crack, gap, etc.
n. peak, climax.
n. maxim, adage, proverb.
n. [love] philter, love potion, Spanish fly. —adj. arousing, venereal.
adv. for each, per, for one, respectively, individually.
n. poise, [self-]assurance. imperturbable self-possession, poise, or assurance.
n. revelation, prophecy; disaster.
n. excuse, justification, vindication; regret, amends.
n. paralysis, stroke.
n. backslider, renegade, turncoat, deserter, traitor, recreant; double dealer, opportunist.
n. disciple; evangelist,
n. pharmacist, druggist,
n. saying, maxim,
n. deification; glorification,
v.t. horrify, shock; disgust,
n. machine, machinery; equipment, instruments,
n. clothing, especially outerwear; garments; attire; raiment.
adj. plain, obvious, visible; evident, manifest,
n. phantom, ghost,specter; dream,
n. entreaty, plea, begging,petition; resort; attractiveness,
to come into sight; become visible: A man suddenly appeared in the doorway.
Outward look n.(what is seen) sight, show, scene, view v.seem, look, Adj.apparent, seeming,
v.t. mollify, pacify, sootheplacate; satisfy, slake,
v.t. add, attach (to), affix,
n. arm, leg, etc.; addendum,
n. supplement, A supplementary or an accessory part of an organ or a structure of the body
n. hunger, desire, craving,
n. relish; hors d’oeuvre, attenantipasto; dainty,
adj. tempting, tasty mouthwatering,
n. clapping; praise,
n. device, machine, implement; attachment, accessory,
adj. fitting, suitable, appropriate, relevant, pertinent,
n. diligence, assiduity,
v. put or lay on, use; ask, request; work, persevere,
v. prescribe, assign, ordain place, designate, nominate;,
n. meeting, interview, engagement; office; rendezvous,
Proportional division n.(act of sharing) apportionment, allotment v.—apportion, admeasure,
adj. applicable; suitable, well adapted.
v. evaluate, assess, price.
adj. tangible; measurable.
v. prize, esteem, value; increase [in value]; comprehend understand; realize worth.
v. seize, arrest; grasp, see, understand, perceive.
n. fear, anxiety; arrest, seizure; understanding.
n. novice, catechumen, ,
n. training, proba-manner, method; nearing, ap-tion.
v.t. inform, give notice, ad-tation. vise.
Motion toward,Nou- approach, nearing,imminence V.approach, approximate; near, Adj- approaching,
Approval n. approbation, approval, sanction; esteem, Ver- approve,
adj. proper, fit, timely, suitable. v.t. take, seize, confiscate; allot,
v.t. accept, like, support, recognize, ratify, endorse, OK (inf.).
adj. near, close, rough.
n. privilege, right; accessory, appendage; (pl.) furnishings, apparatus.
n. bib, smock; flap, strip.
adv. opportunely, in passing, by the way; in reference to. -adj. appropriate,
n. alcove, recess.
adj. suitable, appropriate, fitting; quick, clever; likely.
n. fitness, ability, skill; flair, bent, propensity.
n. diver , a person who lives and works underwater
n. [fish]tank, vivarium.
adj. watery; oceanic, marine, fresh-or salt-water.
n. watercourse, culvert.
adj. beaked, curved, hooked, Roman.
n. ornament; chinoiserie.
adj. tillable, farmable; fertile.
n. umpire, arbitrator, judge.
adj. despotic, dictatorial; capricious; unreasonable; discretionary, willful.
n. intervention, mediation, settlement (of dispute).
n. judge, referee, umpire, mediator.
n. bower, pergola; shaft.
n. botanical garden .
n. something curved in shape
n. corridor,an ornamental carving, as on a piece of furniture, in the form of a row of arches.
adj. secret.known or understood by very few; mysterious; secret; obscure;
n. curve, arc, vault.any overhead curvature resembling an arch.
n. past,Rare . ancient history; the study of antiquity.
adj. old, ancient; antiquated, obsolete, outdated,
n. bowman,a person who shoots with a bow and arrow; bowman.
n. model, prototype,
n. planner, designer,
Building designNou- architectural or building design, form; architectural or structura
n. chronicle, annal, record.
n. arcade. an entrance or passage under an arch.
adj. boreal,coming from the North Pole or the arctic region: an arctic wind.
adj. warm, passionate,burning, fiery, or hot: the ardent core of a star.
n. fervor, passion, enthusiasm,
adj. onerous, wearisome.
n. tract, territory; space; expanse; scope.
Athletic enclosureNou- arena, field, theater; [athletic or playing] field, terrain,
n. slang, cant, jargon,
n. debate, dispute; evidence, case.
adj. contentious,given to arguing; contentious
n. song, air.an elaborate melody sung solo with accompaniment, as in an opera or oratorio.
adj. dry, parched; jejune, barren;,
v.i. get up, awake; originate, begin,
nobility,a class of persons holding exceptional rank and privileges,especially the hereditary nobility
n. mathematics, computation.
n. limb, member; branch, wing; weapon, strength.
n. truce, respite, lull, peace.
n. cupboard, wardrobe .
n. steel plate, mail, shielding.
n. arsenal. a storage place for weapons and other war equipment.
WeaponsNou- arms, weapon[s], weaponry, V.arm, equip, Adj.armed,
n. troops, soldiers, [military] force; host, crowd, throng.
n. fragrance, smell; quality, characteristic .
adv. & prep. surrounding, about; near, neighboring.
v. rouse, awaken; stir, excite,
v.t. indict, charge, accuse.
v.t. put in order; settle , plan; orchestrate, score.
Putting in proper order n. arrangement, plan, preparation,
adj. thorough, downright.
n. clothing, apparel; host, multitude; arrangement.
n.pl.Often, arrears. something overdue in payment; a debt that remains unpaid
adj. striking, dramatic .
Fr. mental reservation; hidden motive.
Act of reaching a certain point n. arrival, coming, advent; landing, Adj.arriving, coming;
n. haughtiness, self-importance; insolence, presumptuousness.
v. usurp, claim, seize; assume,
n. shaft, bolt; pointer.
n. armory, storehouse,
n. incendiarism, pyromania; slang, torch job.
n. craft, skill; cunning; science, technics; fine arts.
n. vessel, vein, channel.
adj. crafty, wily.
n. item; object, thing; story, piece, essay, report.
adj. jointed, segmented ; distinct, intelligible; literate, lucid.v. pronounce, enunciate,
n. relic, manmade product.
n. trick, stratagem, ruse; device; cunning.
adj. handmade, handcrafted, synthetic; false, sham, fake, deceptive; affected, unnatural.
n. cannon, ordnance.
n. mechanic, craftsman, workman.
Creator or performerNou- (visual creator) artist, virtuoso, master,..
adj. talented, accomplished; cultural; beautiful, esthetic; skill,
adj. simple; ingenuous, unsophisticated, naive; guileless,
Motion upward n. ascent, ascension, mounting, rising, climb v.ascend, rise, mount, Adj.ascending,
v.t. find, discover, learn; cerdetermine, establish, fix; certify ensure, settle, clinch,
Extremism in self-restraint n.asceticism, puritanism, austerity; v.fast, do penance,
v.t. impute, accredit, attribute.
n. cinder, ember. the powdery residue of matter that remains after burning.
adj. abashed, embarrassed, mortified.
adj. ashy, pale, bloodless, wan, gray.
adj. on land or shore.
adj. & n.of, belonging to, or characteristic of Asia or its inhabitants.
adv. apart, aloof, away.
adj. mulish, donkeyish; silly.
v. interrogate, question; inquire; invite; request, demand,
adv. sideways; distrustfully.
adj. crooked, awry, lopsided, oblique.
adj. slanting, oblique.
adj. sleeping; dozing, napping; quiescent, dormant; numb; dead.
n. look, appearance, side, view; expression, mien; phase, stage,
n. harshness, severity.
n.lack of oxygen in the blood due to restricted respiration; suffocation.
v.i. desire, strive ,
n. donkey, jackass, burro; fool, simpleton; slang, buttocks, derriere.
v.t. attack, set upon, assault; criticize.
n. killer, slayer, murderer, thug.
v. & n.a sudden, violent attack; onslaught: an assault on tradition.
v.t. test, analyze,
Persons or things assembled n. assemblage, assembly,V. assemble,
v.composition, whole,to bring together or gather into one place, company, body, or whole.
n. production line,
Expression of agreement n. (concurrence) assent, acquiescence v.(sign of acceptance) assent,
v.t. avow, declare, say, claim, affirm, state.
adj. positive, dogmatic.
v.t. value, appraise, price, estimate; charge, tax.
n.pl. possessions, property; capital; resources.
n. slang, anus; jerk, fool.
adj. diligent, attentive.
v. hand over; allot, distribute; delegate, commission; appoint, designate; ascribe.
n. rendezvous, tryst .
v.t. digest, absorb; incorporate, merge (with).
v.t. aid, help, second, support; attend.
n.a person who assists or gives aid and support; helper.
v. join, fraternize, ally, combine (with); unite, connect, relate, link.
n. club, organization ; fraternity; partnership, combination, league; analogy .
v.t. arrange, classify; mix.
v.t. to soothe, moderate, or relieve (grief, pain, etc)
v.t. suppose, take for granted; put on, affect; appropriate.
n. confidence, certainty, belief; insolence, boldness; pledge, guarantee, promise.
adv. aft, to the rear, abaft.
n. planetoid .Also called minor planet.
adv. afoot; moving; up and about.
v.t. surprise, amaze, astound.
adv. lost, wandering; in error.
adj. astraddle,with a leg on each side of; straddling: She SAT astride the horse.
adj. binding, styptic; severe .
n.horoscopy, stargazing.
Science of space n. (sciences of space) astronautics, cosmonautics, space travelv.launch,
n. cosmology, cosmogony.
adj. clever, shrewd, cunning.
adv. Apart or widely separated: as wide asunder as the polar regions.
n. retreat, refuge, sanctuary, shelter; home, orphanage, sanitarium, sanatorium;
asymmetrical, adj. uneven, irregular.
n. throwback, reversion. atelier, n. studio, workshop.
n. heretic, unbeliever.
adj. sporting, gymnastic, acrobatic; agile, strong.
n. gazetteer .a bound collection of maps.
n. air, sky, ether, ozone; exosphere; mood, aura, ambience, environment.
n.a circular coral reef or string of coral islands surrounding a lagoon
n. particle, iota, speck.
v.t. vaporize; pulverize.
satisfaction or reparation for a wrong or injury; amends.
n. enormity; outrage.
n. diplomat, consul; chargé [d’affaires]; briefcase.
n. addition, adjunct, appendage; legal seizure, affection, love,loy-alty, devotion.
Violent assault, n.(human attack) attack; assault, assault and battery.
v.t. achieve, accomplish; reach.
n. & v. try, endeavor, essay,
v. accompany, escort; be present; heed, listen; minister to,
Direction of the mind toward,attention, mindfulness, intentness, attentiveness,attend (to), observe,
v. weaken; thin out, rarefy.
v. testify, bear witness, depose, certify, swear, vouch.
n. loft, garret,the part of a building, especially of a house, directly under a roof; garret.
n. dress, clothing, garb.
n. stand, pose, posture, position.
n. lawyer, agent.
Drawing toward n. (act of attracting) attraction, attractiveness;v. attract, lure;
Act of assigning n. (act of attributing) attribution, ascription, assignment, reference to;
n. abrasion,the act of wearing away or the state of being worn away, as by friction
Fr. on the contrary. on the opposite or adverse side.
Fr. up-to-date; informed. fully aware or familiar; cognizant.
Fr. well-informed. having experience or practical knowledge of a thing; expert; versed.
Fr. nude.in the natural state.
n. & adj. nanny, baby-sitter.
n. bidding, vendue, sale; offering.
n. boldness, courage; impudence; rashness, insolence.
adj.capable of being heard; loud enough to be heard; actually heard.
n. hearing, interview; onlookers, hearers; assembly.
v. & n.a report or statement reflecting an audit; a final statement of account.
n. hearing, tryout.
n. listener, kibitzer.
n. hall, meeting place; theater.
adj.an assembly of hearers; audience.
v. to make larger; enlarge in size, number, strength, or extent; increase:
v. foretell, prophesy; signify, presage.
adj. venerable; eminent: an august personage.
n. atmosphere, air; emanation.
n. halo, nimbus,any encircling ring of light or color; halo
n. omen, token; (pl.) patronage, protection, protectorship.
adj. favorable, promising, propitious; fortunate.
adj. harsh, stern, severe, rigorous; ascetic, simple.
adj. genuine, real, authoritative, trustworthy.
v.t. verify, confirm.
n. creator, originator; writer, inventor.
adj. exacting, stringent, dictatorial.
adj. official, decisive; imperative, peremptory; truthful, reliable; scholarly.
Right to govern, n. (supremacy) authority, power, right, v. have or wield authority;
n. permission. autocrat, n. dictator, czar, despot, monarch.
adj. mechanical; self-operating; instinctive, reflex.
n. self-government; independence.
n. postmortem, examination.
n. fall, harvest time.
Giving of support n.auxiliary, assistant, adjuvant,,v.help, aid, Adj. helping, helpful,
v. serve, do, suffice; help, benefit.
make use of, resort to,
adj. handy, ready, convenient; obtainable; usable,
n. snowslide; landslide,
n.of or pertaining to the experimental treatment of artistic, musical, or literary material.
n. greed.insatiable greed for riches; inordinate, miserly desire to gain and hoard wealth.
Lat. hail and farewell,
Lat. Hail Mary,the first two words of the Latin version of a prayer in the Roman Catholic Church
v.t.to take vengeance or exact satisfaction for: to avenge a grave insult
n. thoroughfare, boulevard,
v.t. to assert or affirm with confidence; declare in a positive or peremptory manner.
n. normal, norm, mean standard. —adj. mean, normal ordinary.
having a strong feeling of opposition, antipathy, repugnance, etc.; opposed:
v.t.to turn away or aside: to avert one's eyes.
Science of flight n.(science of flight) aviation, flight, v.aviate, fly,
n. eagerness, longing, desire; keenness, alacrity; avarice,
n. hobby, sideline,
Refraining from n.(act of avoiding) avoidance, v.avoid, shun,
v.t. vouch for, guarantee; acknowledge.
v. declare, confess; assert.
v. expect, wait for, anticipate, look forward to; impend,
adj. alert, heedful, observant, attentive; keen, knowing; informed,
n. prize, medal; compensation; decision, adjudication.
adj. cognizant, informed; alert (to).
adv. absent, elsewhere, far-off, gone.
n. fear, dread; wonder.
adj. impressive, awe-inspiring; slang, excellent, splendid.
adj. horrible, dreadful; tremendous.
adj. clumsy, ungraceful, ungainly; gauche; embarrassing.
n. [sun]shade ,a shelter.
adj. askance, crooked, askew; out of order; mistaken, amiss, wrong; cockeyed, screwy.
n. chopper, hatchet; instrument.
n. law, proposition; aphorism, maxim.
n. shaft, pivot; alliance, coalition.
n. shaft, pin. the spindle at either end of an axletree.
adj. blue, sky-blue, cerulean.
v.i. chatter, prattle, gossip; rave, gibber; gurgle.
n. infant, babe, child, tot, kid (inf.); nursling, suckling; offspring.
n. orgy, debauch.a follower of Bacchus.
n. celibate, Coelebs; widower, divorcé; licentiate, [post] graduate.
n. ability for labor; effort; endurance: He put his back into the taskv.t. support; aid; promote,
v. attack, revile.
n. spine, spinal column; courage, resolution.
v.i. boomerang, go awry.
n. setting, environment; experience, training; family.
n. a sudden, forceful backward movement; recoil.
n. recidivism, regression, lapse; apostasy.
n. substitute, alternate.
adj. retarded, slow, underdeveloped; third-world; delayed, tardy; unwilling, loath, shy.
adj. rustic; primitive, uncouth.
adj. vicious, wicked; defective; hurtful, noxious; unfavorable, unfortunate.
n. tastelessness, coarseness.
n. emblem, sign.
v.t. nag, pester, tease.
v.t. slang speak ill of, put down, trash, dis.
Hurtfulness n. (quality of being bad) badness v.(be bad toward) wrong
v. foil, frustrate, balk, block; puzzle, nonplus; muffle. —n. obstacle; reflector.
n. receptacle, case, container, pouch, sack. v. trap, capture, take, catch; sag, droop,
n. trifle, gewgaw, trinket.
n. luggage, impedimenta; trunks, suitcases, valises.
adj. bulging, droopy, shapeless.
n. musette, doodlesack, union pipes; chanter.
n. security, bond, pledge; guarantee, surety. Bail out, parachute; get out of; help, aid, bankroll.
n. constable, beagle, bailie; sheriff, marshal, officer.
n. district, region; area of concern, business.
n. lure, temptation. —v.t. decoy, lure, tempt; tease, torment, badger.
v. roast, cook; harden, dry; fire.
n. equilibrium, steadiness, stability; surplus, excess, rest, remainder; scales.v. offset, even,
n. gallery, loggia, porch, portico; tier, loge, mezzanine, dress circle; peanut gallery,
adj. hairless; treeless; bare, unadorned; undisguised.
n. nonsense, drivel.
n. bundle ; sorrow, woe, dejection.
adj. hostile; malignant; hurtful, injurious.
v. rebel; stop, shy; hinder, thwart, foil, frustrate.
n. dance, cotillion; shot, projectile; sphere, globe.
n. song, chantey, spiritual; calypso.
n. counterbalance
n. concert or classical dance, choreography; corps de ballet.
n. aerostat, blimp; free, sounding, kite, pilot, or dirigible balloon; fire balloon, montgolfier.
n. vote, choice, poll; franchise, voice.
n. dance hall,a large room, as in a hotel or resort, with a polished floor for dancing..
n. balsam, salve; analgesic, sedative, anodyne.
adj. fair, mild, halcyon; fragrant; slang, crazy, eccentric.
n. nonsense, humbug.
v.t. take in, dupe, put something over.
n. prohibition, restriction, proscription, interdict.
adj. lacking force or originality; trite; commonplace
n. strip, stripe, filament; brassard; belt, strap; group, crowd; orchestra,
n. tourniquet, dressing; Band-Aid.
n. highwayman, brigand, outlaw.
v.t. swap, interchange.
adj. bowlegged.having crooked legs; bowlegged.
n. poison, venom; curse, mischief; thorn in the side;
n. clap, crash v. slam, pound, batter; smash, damage.
n. bracelet, anklet.
v.t. exile, dismiss, expel.
n. slope, hillside; mound, heap, ridge; tier; beach, shore, shoal; depository, vault.
n. paper or folding money; bill.
n. cash on hand, resources.v.t. informal, back, finance, fund.
adj. insolvent, ruined; bereft, indigent, penniless, destitute,. v. impoverish; pauperize.
n. flag, pennant; symbol, badge; headline.
n. feast, regale, big feed (inf.).
n. jest, chaff, badinage.
v. sprinkle, immerse, dip; name, christen; dunk (inf.); cleanse.
n. barrier, obstacle; barroom ; hurdle; legal profession, court, bench; rod, bolt, rail;
n. spike, arrowhead.
n. foreigner, outsider, alien, savage; ruffian adj. uncivilized, barbarous.
n. solecism; barbarity, savagery, brutality, inhumanity, violence; ignorance, rudeness.
adj. uncultured, crude; cruel, brutal.
n. cookout; rotisserie,
n. hair stylist, coiffeur, coiffeuse.
n.any of a group of barbituric acid derivatives, used in medicine as sedatives and hypnotics.
adj. brazen, shameless, impudent.
adv. only just; scarcely; no more than; almost not: He had barely enough money to pay for the car.
v.i. informal, throw up.
n. deal, agreement, transaction; good buy v. negotiate, haggle, barter.
n. scow . barge in, to move clumsily; bump into things; collide: to barge through a crowd.
n. the abrupt, harsh, explosive cry of a dog.
n. spieler, pitchman .
n. stable, mews.a building for storing hay, grain, etc. and often for housing livestock.
adj. florid, ornate; grotesque.irregular in shape: baroque pearls.
n.pl. caserne, bivouac.to shout boisterously for or against a player or team; root or jeer.
n. attack, bombardment.
n. to put or pack in a barrel or barrels.
adj. infertile, unprofitable, unproductive; sterile; stark, bare.
n. blockade, stockade; fence, barrier.
n. obstacle, impediment, hindrance.
Moneyless exchange of goods n.barter, exchange, v.barter, Adj.commercial,
n. basis, foundation, groundwork, support; basement, substructure; headquarters,
n. cellar, vault.
v.t. strike, batter, beat. —n. informal, wingding, shindig, brawl.
adj. shy, diffident, timid.
adj. fundamental, essential; alkaline.
n. bowl, vessel, sink; hollow, valley.
n.the principal constituent; fundamental ingredient.
v.i. luxuriate, revel, [take] delight or pleasure in; prosper, flourish; sunbathe, sun.
n. hamper, pannier; hoop.
n. slang, quadraplegic; driveling idiot, klutz.
adj. low, deep[-toned]; bass, [bass-]baritone.n. basso [profundo].
n. illegitimate [child], love child; sham, counterfeit, fraud. adj. illegitimate, natural,
v.t. sew, tack; moisten; beat, thrash, cudgel.
n. fort; rampart, fortification.
n. cudgel, club, stick, nightstick; brickbat.
n. baking; set, series, run, lot, quantity.
n. wash(ing); dip, plunge; whirlpool, Jacuzzi; Turkish or Swedish bath.
n. cabaña, bathing hut.
n. sentimentality; anticlimax.
n. toilet, facilities, head, water closet, WC.
n. staff, club, scepter; wand.
v. smash, beat, pound.
n. assault, attack; guns, artillery; array, assemblage; Leyden jar, voltaic cell, accumulator,
n. fight, engagement, combat; contest.
n. broadax ; slang, shrew, virago.
n. battleground.the field or ground on which a battle is fought.
n. man-of-war, ship of the line, dreadnaught; battle wagon.
adj. slang, insane, eccentric.
n. trinket,a showy, usually cheap, ornament; trinket; gewgaw.
adj. coarse, ribald, gross, lewd.
v. yell, bellow; cry, sob.
v.t. reprimand, reprove.
n. estuary, bayou, fiord, sound; alcove, niche; inlet; laurel.
n. marsh, mouth ,
n. market[place], fair; street fair.
v. exist, breathe; occur, take place.
n. shore, coast[line]; strand, sands, shingle.v. ground, run aground or ashore,
n. beach bum, vagrant,
n. lighthouse, buoy, lightship; beam; signal fire; signal, guide.
n. drop; pellet, ball.
n. nose, bill, nib; magistrate (Brit.).
v. shine, glow; smile.n. ray, gleam; joist, timber.
n.any of various other beanlike seeds or plants, as the coffee bean.
n. eatery, fast-food joint.
v. endure, tolerate; suffer; render, yield; hold, sustain; carry, transport, convey.
v. soldier, serve [one’s country].
n. whiskers; goatee, vandyke; stubble.
adj. hairy, whiskered, awned, hirsute.
adj. [clean-]shaven, smooth-faced; hairless; youthful.
n. course, trend; carriage, manner, conduct; meaning, significance; relation.
n. brute, quadruped; black guard.
adj. bestial, brutish; hateful.
n. throb, stroke, accent,rhythm; pulse; route.
v. sanctify, hallow, conse, crate, bless.
n. beat, hipster, Bohemian,
adj. slang, dilapidated,broken-down.
n. lover, swain, boyfriend,
Fr. fine deed,a noble or gracious gesture or act, esp one that is meaningless
Fr. fashionable society,
Quality that arouses pleasure n. beauty, the beautiful;v. beautify; make up,
adv. by reason of, owing to, on account of. —conj. since, for, for the reason that, as.
v. signal, summon; lure, entice.
v.t. befit, accord with, behoove; turn into, change [in]to.
adj. fit, proper, seemly; attractive, ornamental.
n. couch, cot, resting place; base, foundation; garden.
n. bedclothes, sheets, linen.
n. asylum, madhouse; confusion, uproar, turmoil.
adj. unkempt, untidy.
adj. laid up, hospitalized.
n. basis, foundation; rock bottom.
n. informal, muscle, flesh; complaint, grievance.
adj. brawny, muscular.
n. bock, dark, or light beer, lager [beer], two-percent beer, hops, malt; ginger beer.
v.t. suit, harmonize with, fit; become, behoove.
adv. foremost, ahead; forward; beforehand, sooner, previously, heretofore.
v.t. make friends with .
v. implore, beseech; ask alms.
v.t. engender, procreate, generate.
n. suppliant; pauper, mendicant.poverty, request, populace,
Starting point n.beginning, commencement, v.begin, commence,
v.t. envy, covet.
v.t. delude, deceive; amuse, divert.
n. interest, benefit, advantage.
v.i. bear, conduct, or comport oneself,
v.t. decapitate, decollate.
adv. rearward, aft, backward; after, subsequently; slow.
v. see, espy; look at, watch, observe.
n. life, existence; person, creature.
v.t. harp or dwell on. to attack verbally; criticize harshly
adj.late or too late: belated greetings
v. eructate; gush, issue.
Faith n. (assurance of truth) belief, credence v. (trust in) believe,
v.t. to cause to make small; dwarf
n. chime, ring; flare.
n. beauty, fair lady.
literature regarded as a fine art, especially as having a purely aesthetic function.
warlike; given to waging war.
v.i. roar, shout, bawl.
n. stomach, tummy; abdomen; paunch, potbelly; underside; v. bulge, swell, billow.
v.i. form part of; be some-one’s; relate to.
adj. greatly loved; dear to the heart.
adv. subordinate, lower, underneath.
n. girdle, band; stripe; zone; circuit. v.t. bind, encircle; gird; whip.
n. seat, settee; court, bar, the judiciary; board.
n. standard, norm .
n. curve, turn.v.i. give, yield; curve.v.t. control; shape.
adv. underneath, under, below. —prep. under; unworthy of.
n.an utterance of good wishes.
n. a person who confers a benefit; kindly helper.
adj. bountiful, generous,
n. legatee, donee,a person or group that receives benefits, profits, or advantages.
n. profit, advantage, gain, good, avail; fund-raiser. v. help, serve, assist; improve.
Kindness n. benevolence, Christian charity, goodwill; v.bear goodwill,
adj. benignant, gracious; favorable.
n. curved, crooked;,
n. a disposition in a will.
v.t. rebuke, scold, vilify.
adj. bereaved, deprived of.
adj. amuck, frenzied, frantic.
n. bunk, compartment; couchette; dock, slip; position, office; lodging.
v.t. beg, implore.
v.t. besiege, attack, invest;
prep. by, near, alongside, abreast.
adv. also, further, moreover.
v.t. beset, surround, beleaguer, invest; plague, pester.
v.t. soil, sully, defile, blacken.
adj. choice, unequaled, unparalleled.
adj. beastlike, brutal, brutish, animal.
v.t. donate, present, confer, bequeath.
v. wager, stake, gamble, play, lay odds.
Fr. object of dislike or dread.
v. play false; divulge, reveal.
n. engagement,the act or state of being betrothed.
v.t. mend, correct, relieve.
n. gambler, punter.
In the space separating two things n- interjacence, interveniencev. intervene,
v. slant, slope.
n. liquor, drink, potable.
n. flock ,a large group or collection: a bevy of boisterous sailors.
v. take care, be on guard; avoid, shun.
v.t. puzzle, confuse, perplex; daze. wonder. bewitch, v.t. fascinate, charm;
adv. farther, yonder. — prep. over; past.
n. prejudice, partiality; bent, v.t. influence, sway, prejudice.
the collection of sacred writings of the Christian religion, comprising the Old and New Testaments.
v.i. quarrel, wrangle, dispute; flicker, flutter; gurgle, ripple.
n. tandem, two-wheeler, bike (inf.).
n. offer; effort, try ; invitation. v. command, enjoin; invite,
n. litter, catafalque.
adj. large, bulky, huge; mountainous, enormous; massive, impressive; important,
n. informal, leader, boss,
n. dogmatist, zealot; racist.
an important person, especially an official: senators and other political bigwigs.
n. gastric juice; rancor, acrimony.
n. bulge; slops; sewer, cesspool; slang, buncombe, nonsense, obscenity.
v.t. defraud, swindle.
n. score, reckoning; invoice, statement, dun; account, charges;
n. menu, carte. a list of foods that are served; menu.
n. bulletin or message board.
old-fashioned , jocular or a love letter,
wallet. a thin, flat, folding case, often of leather, for carrying paper money with fewer compartments
v.i. surge, swell. —n. undulation, wave.
n. compartment, crib, bunker.
v.t. restrain, secure, fasten; obligate.
n. album, folder .
n. a bout of excessive eating or drinking
n. lotto, beano.Compare lotto a gambling game, usually played with several people.
n. life story, history, memory,
n. life science, botany,zoology, naturalism,
Flying animals n. fowl; songbird, warbler; bird of prey v.go birdwatching,
n. origin, creation; genesis, inception; childbirth, parturition.
n. contraception, prophylasis.
n. native land or country, father- or motherland, homeland.
n. cracker, hardtack, cookie; bun, cake.
v. bifurcate, halve.
adj. ambisexual, AC/DC, bi (inf.).
n. prelate, lawn sleeves; overseer; episcopacy.
n. café, bar,a small, modest, European-style restaurant or café.
n. scrap, mite; slice, piece; tool, drill; curb; informal, routine.
n. she-dog; slang, complaint; shrew, vixen; tough job, chore v.i. slang, complain, protest,
n. morsel, scrap; nip.v. cut; snap, snip; corrode; sting.
adj. sharp, piercing, keen; pungent, acrid; forceful, telling.
adj. stinging, cutting; spiteful; rigorous; acrid, unpalatable.
n. barracks,the place used for such an encampment.
adj. grotesque, odd.
v.i. babble, chatter; tattle, gossip.
n. darkness, midnight, Stygian hue; Negro, African American. —v.t. shine, polish (shoes).
n. demonism, Satanism, the black art.
v. exclude, ostracize, reject, boycott.
n. slate, chalkboard.
v.t.to make black; darken.
n.a low, contemptible person; scoundrel.
n. cudgel, cosh.
v. ostracize, exclude .
n. extortion, hush money, protection, shakedown (sl.).
adj. contraband, bootleg, illegal.
n. brownout, power outage or failure; faint, unconsciousness; memory loss.
n. sac, vesicle, blister.
n. cutter, edge; sword; knife; leaf (of grass); dandy, sport.
n. slang, listlessness, blues, doldrums.weariness. Ant. exhilaration.
n. criticism, censure; culpability, guilt. —v.t. charge, reproach, condemn.
v. whiten; scald.
adj. suave; affable, gracious; mild, unflavored.
v.t. coax, cajole.
adj. empty, unfilled; vacant, vacuous, expressionless; unloaded.
n. covering. —adj. widespread, comprehensive.
n. blast, fanfare.
adj.indifferent to or bored with life; unimpressed,
n. irreverence, profanity; heresy.
n. explosion; discharge; gust; harangue v.t. destroy, shatter, ruin; explode.
n. & v. take off, launch, lift off.
adj. noisy, obtrusive.
n. fire, flame; mark, spot.
v. proclaim, advertise; embellish, decorate.
v.t. whiten, blanch, lighten.
n.pl. grandstand, gallery.
adj. raw, desolate, unsheltered; cold; discouraging, inauspicious.
adj. blurred; bloodshot.
v. flow, hemorrhage; let blood; overcharge, fleece, soak (sl.), skin (sl.); suffer.
n. flaw, defect, imperfection; spot, taint, mark; smear. v. disfigure, mar; bruise, rot;
n. combination, mixture; crossbreed.v. merge, amalgamate.
v.t. hallow, consecrate; praise; thank.
n. benediction, commendation; godsend, boon.
n. decay, rot; rust, smut.v.t. stunt, rot, impair, corrupt; thwart, foil.
n. dirigible,a small, nonrigid airship or dirigible, especially one used chiefly for observation.
n. ambush, screen; shade, shutter; deception, ruse, subterfuge.adj. sightless; shortsighted;
n. blinders.a cloth or bandage put before the eyes to prevent seeing.
Lack of sight n. blindness, sightlessness,v.be blind, not see; blind, eyeless,
v. wink; flash, twinkle; glimmer; disregard, ignore.
n. happiness, ecstasy, rapture, pleasure.
n. vesicle; bubble, sac.
adj. gay, lighthearted, merry.
adj. babbling, driveling.
blitzkrieg, to destroy; demolish: His last-minute refusal blitzed all our plans.
n. snowstorm, whiteout.
v. distend, swell, puff up.
n. drop, bubble, lump.
n. party, faction, ring; union, alliance, coalition.
n. hindrance, blockage, obstruction; row, street, square ; mass, lump, cube v.t. impede, check,
n. barrier, stoppage; embargo, siege. v.t. obstruct, bar, barricade.
adj. light-colored, fair-skinned; light-haired, yellow, flaxen, platinum.
n. serum, essence; sap; gore; kindred; lineage, heritage.
adj. anemic; pale; unfeeling, cold; peaceful; cowardly.
n. phlebotomy, venesection; bloodshed.
n. killing, slaughter.
n. leech, parasite; tick, mosquito, etc.; extortionist.
adj. murderous, sanguinary.
adj. gory, sanguinary, bleeding; red.
n. blossom, flower; glow; flowering.v.i. blossom; mature; glow, flourish, thrive.
n. blunder, error.
v. flower, bloom; develop, flourish.
v. stain, blemish, spot; sully.n. spot, smear, blemish.
n. a large, irregular spot or blot.
n. knock, stroke, hit; disappointment; blast, wind, breeze, gale.
n. explosion; outburst; enlargement.
adj. disheveled, untidy, unkempt; ruddy.
v.i. weep, sob.Zoology . the fat layer between the skin and muscle of
n. club. —v.t. coerce, bully; club.
adj. azure, indigo, sapphire; delft; severe, puritanical; sad, dejected,
n. jeans, dungarees.
n. plan, design, scheme.
n. melancholy, despondency.
n. cliff, bank, headland; hoax.v. mislead; brag; intimidate.
n. slip, botch, mess; solecism.v.i. botch, fail, err; bungle, flounder.
v.t. dull, deaden, numb; moderate. —adj. dull; direct; brusque; undiplomatic, forthright.
Lack of sharpness n.bluntness, dullness; obtundity v.blunt, full,
v. blot, smear; obscure, dim; swim, be indistinct.
v.t. blab,to utter suddenly or inadvertently; divulge impulsively or unadvisedly
v.i. color, flush, glow; redden
n. bravado; braggadocio, boasting; bullying, hectoring; front.v.i. swagger; play the bully,
n. council, cabinet, panel, committee, directorate; plank; cardboard; provisions, fare.v. lodge,
n. rooming or lodging house.
Bragging speech n. boasting, boast, v.boast, Adj.boastful,
n.a small ship, generally for specialized use: a fishing boat.
v.t. dock, cut, curtail.v.i. jerk, leap, float; .n. weight, float; bobsled; shilling.
v. fumble; bob, jerk.
v. forbode, threaten.
adj. corporeal, physical, material. adv. wholly, entire.
Physical structure,n.body, anatomy, torso; carcass.Adj.bodily, skeletal,
n. [armed] escort, retinue.
n. swamp, morass, quagmire, marsh, fen.
v.t. amaze, astound.
adj. fake, counterfeit, spurious.
n. hobgoblin, gremlin.
n. & adj. hippie, beatnik.
n. sore, suppuration. v. bubble, seethe; scald; cook; fume, rage.
adj. noisy, clamorous, vociferous; unrestrained, rambunctious, riotous, stormy, uproarious.
adj. daring, audacious, forward; intrepid, brave; impudent.
v. informal, frustrate, defeat; baffle; botch.
n. lock, latch, bar; thunderbolt, stroke, flash.
n. [bomb]shell; slang, flop.
v. attack.to attack or batter with artillery fire.
n. boasting, braggadocio, grandiloquence, exaggeration.
Fr. witty saying.
Fr. good manners or breeding.
Fr. epicure; good companion.
Fr. happy trip; farewell.
Lat. real, genuine, authentic.
n.a rich mass of ore, as found in mining.
n. something that binds, fastens, confines, or holds together.
n. slavery, serfdom, subjection; helotry, peonage.
n. whalebone, ivory,
n. informal, blunder, error.
n. Informal . any hat worn by women.
n. premium, extra, dividend.
adj. skeletal, stiff; osseous; lank, lean.
n. dunce, boob .a stupid person; dunce.
Written or printed volume,n. book, volume, folio,Adj.bibliographic[al], bibliological.Phrases
adj. studious; formal.
n.the activity of recording business transactions
n. gambler, bookie (sl.).
n. scholar, pedant, grind (inf.); bibliophile.
v. push, boost, plug; flourish; thunder, drum, rumble n. beam, spar, jib; prosperity.
v.i. recoil, rebound, backfire.
n. benefit; favor.
n. slang, wilderness.
adj. ill-mannered, vulgar, rude; rustic, clownish.
n. aid, help, endorsement; lift, hoist.v.i. assist, promote, . v.t. slang, steal,
n. footwear, shoe; Hessian boot; blucher, hip or jack boot; seven-league boot; brogan,
n. hut; compartment, stall.
n. spoil, plunder, prize, loot; graft, swag, boodle; pork barrel, pickings; pillage,
n. edge, limit, margin, rim; frontier, boundary; trim.
n. diameter, caliber; nuisance.v. drill, pierce; tire, weary, annoy.
adj. saved, reborn, redeemed.
n. one of the five administrative divisions of new york City.
Obtaining temporary possession of n. borrowing; v. take, receive ;Adj.borrowed; pledged,
n. nothing; nonsense, bunk.
n. breast, bust; heart adj. intimate, close,
n. knob, stud; manager, supervisor.
n. the plant life of a region: the botany of alaska.
v. bungle, blunder, butcher; mar, spoil; mismanage.
pron. the two, twain, pair. adj. dually, equally, as well as, together.
n. nuisance, annoyance; trouble; perplexity, worry. v.t. irritate, pester, worry.
n. carafe, decanter; carboy; flacon, phial; canteen.
n. obstruction,a narrow entrance or passageway.
n. base, foot, sole; foundation; buttocks.
n. essence, main point, score.
adj. unfathomable.
n. bedroom, sitting room.
n. limb, branch.a branch of a tree, especially one of the larger or main branches.
n. a detached and rounded or worn rock, especially a large one.
n. avenue, promenade.
v. rebound, recoil; leap; slang, eject.
v. limit, confine, delimit, demarcate; leap, spring, vault.
n. limit, border, confines.
adj. infinite, endless, limitless, illimitable.
n. grant, subsidy; premium; generosity, munificence.
n. fragrance, perfume, aroma; corsage, boutonniere, nosegay, garland.
adj. middle-class; conservative. a member of the middle class.
n. contest, match; turn, round; prizefight.
n. specialty store, shop[pe].
n. curve, arc, crescent; bowknot; crossbow.
n.pl. intestines, guts, viscera, innards; depths, recesses.
n. arbor, grotto.
n. basin, vessel, dish; cup, breaker; arena.
n. tenpins, duckpins, candlepins; ninepines, skittles; lawn bowling, bowls.
n. chest, case, carton, container; coffin. v. fight, spar, come to blows.
n. pugilist, prizefighter.
n. lad, youth, a male child, from birth to full growth, especially one less than 18 years of age..
v.t. shun; blackball.
v.t. invigorate, stimulate; support, prop, strengthen. n. bracket, stay, girder; bit, stock;
n. armlet, wristlet, bangle; handcuffs, manacles.
n. brace; shelf. v.t. link, tie, parenthesize.
n..a boast or vaunt. V.to boast of: He bragged that he had won.
n. trim, ribbon. —v.t. intertwine, interweave, plait.
n. cerebrum, cerebellum; mentality, intellect, intelligence, mind; gray matter.
n. creation,a product of one's creative work or thought..
n. inspiration .a sudden impulse, idea
v.t. [counter] indoctrinate, misinform.
v. retard, check, curb; slow down, stop.
n. brier, nettle.
n. member, arm, bough, limb, ramification; shoot, offshoot; part.
n. kind, sort, stamp; stigma, stain; mark, identification, trademark; ember; branding iron;
v.t. flourish, wave, make a show of, flaunt, display.
adj. reckless, impetuous; impudent.
n. informal, assurance, impudence; top brass.
n. pest, enfant terrible, monster.
adj. courageous, valiant. v.t. face, defy.
n. daring, courage.
n. fight, free-for-all; revel.
n. strength, muscle.
adj. shameless, impudent.
n. split, rift, schism; dissension, discord; hole, chasm, opening; violation, infringement.
n. staff of life; white, rye, pumpernickel, sourdough, whole wheat, etc. bread; slang,
Measure from side to side n. breadth, width, broadness, scope v. broaden, Adj.broad, wide,
n. wage earner,a person who earns a livelihood, especially one who also supports dependents.
n. interruption, disconnection; breach, fracture, fissure, pause; boon, v. crack,
n. collapse, failure; [nervous] prostration, crack-up.
adj. hazardous.reckless or dangerous, especially because of excessive speed; hazardous:
n. discovery, development; penetration.
n. ruin, disintegration.
n. mole, sea wall, jetty.
n. bosom, bust, mama; spirit. v. face, brave.
n. respiration, inhalation, exhalation; breeze.
n. pause, moment of repose.
adj. puffing, panting, short-winded, out of breath or wind; excited, overcome.
adj.causing awe or excitement: a breathtaking view
n.pl. knickers, knickerbockers; trousers, pantaloons.
v. create, multiply; generate, produce.n. strain, race, stock.
n. background; culture, gentility, lineage.
n. zephyr, breath [of air].a wind or current of air, especially a light or moderate one
n. concision, briefness, shortness, transientness.
stew, cook, steep, simmer; ferment, distill; scheme, foment, plan.n. beer, ale; soup, stew; mixture.
n. graft, bait; grease, payola, fix, hush money. v.t. overtip; suborn, tempt, corrupt,
n. knickknacks, curios.
n. block; adobe, clay; loaf, lump, bar, briquet[te].
adj. nuptial, connubial.
n. span, trestle, viaduct, causeway; auction or contract bridge, whist v.t. connect, span,
v. curb, check; harness; bristle.
adj. short, succinct, terse; quick, fleeting.n. summary, v.t. instruct.
n. valise, portfolio.
n. bramble, nettle.
n. bandit, thug, highwayman, robber, pirate.
adj. brilliant, shining, glistening; luminous; clever, intelligent; gay, flashing, sparkling.
adj. resplendent, radiant; luminous, sparkling, bright; intelligent, clever, quick-witted.
n. edge, rim, brink,
adj. particolored, banded,
v.t. fetch, carry, convey,
n. edge, brim, rim, bluff,
adj. alert, quick, lively,
n. hair, stubble. —v.i. stand,
Fragility n.brittleness, fragility, friability v.break, crack, Adj.brittle, frangible,
v.t. launch, introduce; tap, open.
adj. wide; widespread, extensive; marked; sweeping, comprehensive; liberal, tolerant.
v. scatter, distribute, disseminate; spread, transmit, publish. —n. program, show, telecast.
adj. liberal, unbiased.
n. pamphlet, booklet, leaflet; tract, treatise; literature.
n. accent, twang, burr.
v. cook, grill, charbroil; fret, stew.n. brawl, riot.
adj. penniless, flat broke.
adj. reduced to fragments; fragmented. V.past participle of break.
adj. crushed, stricken, heartbroken. disappointment.
n. agent, jobber, middleman, factor; pawnbroker, stockbroker.
n. [stick]pin,an ornament with a hinged pin and catch, worn fastened to clothing.
n. hatch, progeny. v.i. ponder, mope, meditate, ruminate; sit (on eggs).
n. stream, creek, rivulet, run. n. brush, besom, whisk.
n. stock, bouillon, consommé; decoction, potion, elixir.
n. bawdy house, house of ill repute.
n. friar, frère, Frater; cadet; kinsman, sibling; fellow, colleague, associate; soul brother.
n. kinship, family; association, fraternity, fellowship.
n. forehead; summit, crest.
v.t.to intimidate by overbearing looks or words; bully:
v.t. toast, braise, singe; sunburn, tan, bronze.
v.t. toady, grovel .
v. graze, feed, nibble, pasture.
n. contusion, black-and-blue spot; mouse, black eye, shiner. —v.t. batter, contuse; crush.
adj. dark, dark-haired, dark-complexioned; brown, swarthy.
n. shock, burden .
n. thicket, scrub, shrubbery; broom. v. sweep; graze.
adj. gruff, curt, abrupt.
adj. cruel, inhuman; crude, coarse.
v.t. to make brutal.
n. globule, blob. v.i. effervesce, boil, gurgle.
n. pirate v. strive (against), take on, fight.
adj. rustic, rural; pastoral.
v.i. sprout, shoot; germinate; burgeon; mature.
n. informal, comrade, pal, chum, friend.
v. move, stir, shift; alter, change, influence.
n. apportionment, allowance; [estimate of] expenses.
v. polish n. a brownish-yellow color; tan
n. fender, bumper; polisher.
n. sideboard, cupboard, cabinet; refreshments, smorgasbord; counter.
n. fool, clown, jester; comedian, mountebank.
n. insect, arthropod, mite, nit, bedbug; vermin; slang,flaw, defect, fault, imperfection;
n. bogy, bugaboo.any source, real or imaginary, of needless fright or fear.
n. carriage; jalopy .
v.t. construct, make, fashion; erect; found.
Architectural structure n. edifice, structure, v.build, construct,.
n. knob, globe; tuber, corm; lamp.
v. swell, protrude, bag.
n. size, quantity, measure, amount, volume; mass, expanse; body; generality, majority.
n. target, black.
v.t. coerce, bully; frighten.
n. missile, shot, ball, lead, slug; buckshot, BB shot.
n. report, statement, information, flash (inf.).
n. matador; picador, banderillo; toreador.
n. slang, nonsense .
n. hector, brawler; plug-ugly; tyrant. v.t. intimidate, browbeat,
n. fortification, rampart; safeguard; barrier, parapet.
n. slang, beggar, loafer.
v. collide, knock, strike, hit.
v.t. slang, kill .
n. yokel .an awkward, simple rustic;
n. roll, sweet roll, Danish [pastry], hot-cross bun; knot, chignon.
n. crowd, group; cluster,
n. package, parcel, packet; bunch, bale; informal, riches, wealth.
n. stopper, cork, plug.
n. cottage, cabin .
v. spoil; botch; blunder, goof.
n. bed, berth, cot; informal, applesauce, nonsense, buncombe, claptrap, humbug, bosh.
n. blockhouse, shelter; bastion.
n. banner, streamer .
n. float; marker; bellbuoy, lifebuoy.
adj. light, floating; resilient, springy; confident, sanguine.
n. hindrance; load, weight, encumbrance; charge; refrain.
n. department, office; chest, dresser; secretary, desk; division, branch, section, agency.
n. officialism; officiousness; red tape.
n. to put forth, as buds.
n. housebreaker, second-story man.
n. the act or ceremony of burying.
n. farce, parody; comedy, buffoonery. v.t. satirize, parody, mimic, caricature.
adj. large in bodily size; stout; sturdy.
v. oxidize, consume; blaze, flame; fire; sear, char, scorch; destroy.
v.t.to polish (a surface) by friction.
n. hole, tunnel, excavation, foxhole. —v. dig, mine.
n. treasury; scholarship.
v. rupture, break, rend, bust (sl.); explode, shatter.
v.t. inter, inhume, immure; cover, sink.
make peace ,a small, short-handled ax having the end of the head opposite the blade in the form of a hammer
n. omnibus, motorbus, coach, jitney, trolley [bus].
n. shrub, clump, thicket, hedge; scrub; wilderness.
adj. hairy, shaggy, dense, bushlike.
Commercial enterprise n. business, occupation, v. busy or occupy oneself with Adj.businesslike,
n. bosom, breast; statuette; informal, failure; informal, spree, fling.
n. stir, rustle, fluster, flurry, ado.
adj. occupied, engaged, engrossed; employed; meddlesome.
n. meddler, snooper, gossip, talebearer, kibitzer.
conj. still, yet, however. —prep. except, save, saving, excepting.
adj. slang, mannish, lesbian.
v.t. slaughter, kill; bungle, spoil.
n. steward, maître d’hôtel.
n. target, goat, laughingstock; handle.
n. hill,an isolated hill or mountain rising abruptly above the surrounding land.
n. rump, seat, hindquarters, breech, ass (sl.).
n. fastener; disk, boss; badge, emblem; pushbutton. V. fasten, loop, close.
n. flying buttress; support; prop, brace.
v. procure, purchase.
v. drone, hum, whirr; whisper, gossip; informal, bustle, n. hum, whirr,
adv. & prep. beside, alongside; past, beyond; no later than; through.
adj. former, past; antiquated, obsolete.
n. detour, roundabout.
n. effect, result; spinoff, offshoot; residue.
n. spectator, onlooker.
n. lane, byroad.
n. proverb; motto, slogan; shibboleth, password.
adj. elaborate, ornate; scheming, manipulative.
n. taxi[cab], hack[ney], hansom; cockpit.
n. junto, conspiracy; plot.
adj. occult, arcane.
a small cabin or tentlike structure for use as a bathhouse,especially on a beach or by a swimming pool
n. nightclub, bistro, night spot.
n. shack, shed, shanty, lodge, hut, cottage; stateroom, cockpit.
n. room, boudoir, chamber, closet; étagère, case; repository; ministry, board, council.
n. rope, line, cord; cablegram.
n. hiding place, stash; [memory] buffer.
n. seal, stamp; prestige; feature.
n. & v.i. chatter, prattle; giggle.
n. scoundrel, bounder, churl.
n. body ,a dead body, especially a human body to be dissected; corpse.
n. rhythm, beat, pulse, meter.
n. recruit ,a trainee in a business or profession.
n. coffeehouse; saloon, bar; cabaret, bistro.
n. restaurant, Automat.
n. enclosure, bars; aviary, pen. —v.t. restrain, imprison, incarcerate, pen.
adj. informal, wary, shrewd.
v. flatter, wheedle, inveigle; beguile, blandish; coax.
v.i. harden; consolidate, cohere; thicken, congeal, condense.
n. catastrophe, disaster.
v. compute, reckon; count, appraise; estimate; informal, consider, deem, figure.
adj. scheming, crafty, designing, cunning.
n. almanac; diary, journal, log; register, schedule; docket.
n. dogie, weaner.
n. gauge, bore; quality; ability, capability.
v.t. graduate; rectify.
n. gymnastics, workout, exercise.
v. cry, shout, yell; summon, bid; convoke, choose, appoint, elect; name,interview. n. summons.
n. prostitute, escort.
n. hand[writing], script, good penmanship.
n. vocation, profession; occupation, trade, business; duty.
adj. horny, tough; unfeeling, insensitive, hardened.
adj. featherless, unfledged; immature, inexperienced.
adj. placid, serene, unruffled, cool, composed, undisturbed;tranquil, still, v.t. still, pacify.
n. slander the act of uttering calumnies; slander; defamation.
n. comradeship, fellowship.
n.A chamber or cavity, such as one of the chambers of the heart or eye
v.t. disguise, conceal. —n. disguise, mask; pretense.
n. encampment, bivouac, cantonment; group, clique.
n. prostitute; observer, follower, hanger-on.
n. operations; plan. v.i. canvass, electioneer; fight, war.
n. grounds, quad[rangle].
n. tin, container; slang, jail; slang, toilet.
n. channel, waterway; ditch, culvert, conduit.
v.t. delete; offset, neutralize; void, annul; postmark.
n. carcinoma, sarcoma, malignancy.
adj. frank, straightforward; outspoken, blunt.
n. nominee, officeseeker; applicant, aspirant; probationer.
n. taper, wax, cierge.
n. honesty, sincerity, frankness; simplicity, naiveté, innocence.
n. confection, sweet, bonbon, kiss.
n. switch, stick, rod, birch; walking or swagger stick; canebrake.v. thrash, flog, switch, beat.
n. dog, wolf, fox.
n. caddy, container.
n. man-eater, savage, anthropophagus.
n. gun, field gun or piece; artillery, ordnance, battery.
adj. wary, sagacious.
n. dugout, kayak, bungo, pirogue.
n. decree, code, law; principle; criterion; round, catch; oeuvre, corpus.
n. awning, tester; vault, sky; pavilion, cope; howdah.
n. pretense, hypocrisy, insincerity; tilt, obliquity; argot, lingo, jargon.
adj. cross, ill-natured.
n. flask, waterbag; commissary.
n. projection, overhang,
n. district, subdivision ,
Lat. fixed melody; chant, musical theme.
n. sail, tarpaulin, tent; circus; painting.
v.t. examine, sift, discuss; solicit, campaign, poll, survey.
n. ravine, defile, gorge, gulch, chasm.
n. skullcap, tam-o’-shanter, beret, beanie, kepi,v. cover; outdo, excel; complete,
adj. able, competent, proficient; susceptible.
n. content, volume; aptitude, faculty, ability.
n. mantle, cloak, tippet, fichu, pelerine, bertha;
v.i. leap; cavort, gambol, frisk, frolic, prance, skip.n. leap, capriole; prank,
adj. excellent, paramount, first-rate,n. metropolis, seat; funds, assets, resources.
n. free enterprise ,
v. finance, fund, subsidize; turn to advantage.
n. statehouse,a building occupied by a state legislature..
v. overturn, upset, turn turtle, turn or tip over.
n.to furnish with or enclose in or as if in a capsule; encapsulate.
n. commander, skipper; leader; chief, headman.
n. title, subtitle, headline, heading, subhead, legend.
adj. caviling, carping, hairsplitting, faultfinding, hypercritical.
v.t. charm, fascinate, enchant, enamor; enthrall; bewitch.
n. prisoner,a person who is enslaved or dominated; slave.
v.t. seize, apprehend, arrest; grab; bag, snare, trap, nab (inf.), collar (sl.).
n. an automobile.
adj. bubbly, effervescent, fizzy, sparkling.
n. boil, wen ,a painful circumscribed inflammation of the subcutaneous tissue
n. corpse, remains, shell,
adj. cancerous, malignant.
n. tarot, playing card; visiting or calling card; informal, character, oddball.
adj. principal, leading, fundamental.
Solicitude n. (concern) care, concern, v.care [about], heed,Adj- (showing care) careful,
v. sway, lean; career, speed.
n. profession, calling, life-work; history.
adj. carefree, nonchalant; slovenly; reckless, rash, indiscreet.
v.t. & n. fondle, pet, stroke.
n. guardian, custodian; janitor.
adj. worried, anxious.
n. freight, lading, shipment, load.
n. burlesque, travesty; sketch. —v.t. satirize, take off, distort.
adj. mindful, attentive, sympathetic.
n. massacre, slaughter; shambles, butchery.
adj. bodily, fleshly; worldly, sensual.
n. festival, fete, gala; masquerade, bacchanal; revelry; jamboree.
adj. flesh-eating; predatory, predaceous.
n.a song, especially of joy.
n. cannon; rebound.
v.i. feast, revel; debauch, drink.
n. merry-go-round, whirligig.
v.i. find fault, nitpick, cavil.
Lat. make use of the [present] day.
n. cabinetmaker, woodworker, joiner.
n. rug, drugget; wall-to-wall, broadloom, Oriental, etc.
n. bearing, mien, behavior, conduct, front; wagon, cart, stage[coach], coach, equipage.
n. flesh, carcass, remains.
v.t. uphold, support; transport, convey, bear; adopt; [have or keep in] stock.
v. continue; misbehave, act up; emote.
n. tumbrel, tumbril; pushcart, dogcart; gocart.
Fr. unlimited authority.
n.a written agreement between belligerents, especially for the exchange of prisoners.
n.the amount a carton can hold
n. sketch, drawing; caricature; comic strip, comics, funnies, funny papers.
n. shell; case, cassette.
v.i. cut, slice; shape, fashion; chisel, engrave, sculpture.
n. waterfall,a waterfall descending over a steep, rocky surface.
n. instance, situation, plight; sheath, scabbard, holster; portfolio; suit, action,
n. money, specie, ready money, hard cash, currency,
n. teller, clerk. v.t. fire, dismiss.
n. a case or covering; housing.
n. barrel, hogshead, keg, butt.
n. coffin; reliquary, chest, box.
n. case, [video]tape.
v.t. throw, toss, heave, hurl, sling, fling; shed; mold; plan, compute.
n. castoff, pariah.
n. class, rank. any rigid system of social distinctions.
n. cruet, sifter; wheel; swivel.
v.t. criticize; correct, punish.
n. fort[ress], stronghold; donjon, keep; rook.
v.t. emasculate, unman; geld.
adj. accidental, chance; careless, cursory; irregular, occasional; informal; happy-go-lucky.
n. accident; disaster, calamity.
Lat. provocation, last straw.
n. feline, puss[y], tomcat, tabby, grimalkin, alley cat, mouser, kitten; lion, tiger, leopard,
n. upheaval, disaster.
n. charnel house; vaults, tombs.
n. list, index, register.
n. waterfall, downspout.
n. calamity, disaster, upheaval, cataclysm, paroxysm.
boo, hiss,a shrill, whistlelike sound or loud raucous shout made to express disapproval at a theater
v.t. take, seize; overtake; land, net, hook; surprise, detect; snare, trap; capture, arrest,
adj. infectious ,attractive; fascinating; captivating; alluring: a catching personality.
adj. attractive, melodious, memorable.
adj. unconditional, explicit; taxonomic.
n. class; status, place; pigeonhole.
v.i. purvey ; indulge, humor.
adj. laxative, physic, purgative, aperient, purifying.
n. cathedral church, duomo.
adj. tolerant, liberal; universal, general.
n. livestock; kine, cows, bulls, steers.
adj. malicious, cattish, spiteful, bitchy (inf.).
n. meeting, smoky or smoke-filled room.
subject, basis; case; doctrine, view. N. cause, origin, source, v. cause,
a famous lawsuit, trial, or controversy
n. highway,a raised road or path, as across low or wet ground.a highway or paved way.
adj. corrosive, burning; mordant, sarcastic, satirical, bit-ing, acrimonious; severe.
Wariness n.caution, cautiousness, discretion v.be cautious, Adjcautious, prudent,
n. procession, caravan.
n. horseman, knight; escort. adj. haughty, disdainful.
n. horse soldiers, horsemen, dragoons, hussars; armored or mechanized cavalry.
Lat. beware the dog.
n. recess, grotto; lair, burrow, den.
Lat. let the buyer beware.
adj. hollow, gaping.
v.i. carp, find fault, take exception; be captious, quibble.
n. hole, excavation, hollow, pit; opening, depression, pocket, dent.
v.i. caper,to prance or caper about,festive manner; make merry.
v. stop, desist, discontinue, end.
n.a cessation of hostilities; truce.
adj. continual, incessant .
v.t. yield, relinquish; grant, assign, transfer; surrender, hand over.
n. roof, cupola, vault, canopy; maximum, limit.
adj. famous, noteworthy, eminent.
an act of celebrating.
n. star, notable, lion, [big] name; eminence, fame, renown.
adj. heavenly, divine, holy; unearthly, supernal; empyreal.
Unmarried state n. celibacy, singleness, v.be unmarried,
n. protoplasm; cage, jail; compartment, room,
n. basement, subcellar; vault, shelter; wine, cyclone,
n. mortar, concrete, grout, Portland cement; adhesive, glue, mucilage, paste.
n. graveyard, necropolis, burial ground or mound.
n. reviewer, critic; faultfinder; watchdog. —v.t. expurgate, delete; cut,
adj. critical, faultfinding, condemnatory.
v.t. upbraid, chide, reprove; criticize, blame; hit,pan n. reproof, blame,
n. enumeration, count.
n.the source of an influence, action, force, etc.: the center of a problem.
adj. moderate, midde-of-the-road.
n.pl. pottery, clay working; sculpture; crockery, earthenware,
n. grain, seed, corn; porridge, gruel, pabulum.
adj. mental, intellectual; phrenic.
n. ritual, formality, punctilio, protocol; form, observance, rite, sacrament, function.
adj. some; specified.
Confidence in being right n.certainty, certitude,
n. certification, warrant, diploma; testimonial; policy, debenture, stock.
v. attest.to attest as certain; give reliable information of; confirm
n.a temporary or complete stopping; discontinuance: a cessation of hostilities
Fr. each to his own taste.
v.t. abrade, wear, rub; vex, anger, annoy, eat.
n. husks; banter, jesting, raillery.
n. mortification, vexation.
n. series, progression, course, row, string; bond, fetter.
n. chairperson, -man, or -woman, convenor, coordinator, moderator, speaker,
score, earn; write.
v. query, question; controvert, dispute; dare, defy, stump. n. exception;
n. room, bedroom; cavity, cell; hall; legislature, assembly.
n. turncoat, renegade, Proteus.
n. defender, protector,squire, knight; backer, supporter conqueror,
Fortuity n. chance, accident, lot; v.chance,
Alteration n.change, alteration, v. change, alter, Adj. changed,
Variability n. changeableness, alterability;v.fluctuate, Adj.changeable,
adj. unchanging.
n.a child surreptitiously or unintentionally substituted for another.
n. duct, conduit, passage; wavelength, band; artery, blood vessel. v. furrow, groove.
n. Gregorian, Roman, or Anglican chant; plainsong or -chant; intonation, incantation;
n. disorder, confusion, jumble, disorganization; abyss, void.
n.a private or subordinate place of prayer or worship; oratory.
n. attendant, escort; matron, monitor.
n. padre, sky pilot (sl.).
n. division, section, part, verse, canto; branch, lodge, post, corps.
v.t. burn, singe, scorch, sear, carbonize.
n. kind, class; nature, disposition,
adj. distinctive, typical, peculiar.n. quality, trait, mark, lineament,
n. pantomime.a word or phrase acted out in this game.
v. command, exhort, instruct; assess, tax; set a price; burden; debit; n.accusation, allegation,
n. carriage, phaeton .
n. glamour, magnetism.
adj. generous, liberal, kindly, Christian, forgiving; altruistic, eleemosynary.
n. quack, pretender, fraud, mountebank.
v.t. fascinate, hypnotize, enamor, bewitch, enchant, disarm, n. attractiveness, personality,
n. & v. map, plan; graph.
n. grant, sanction, license, franchise; constitution.v. establish, license,
v.t. pursue, follow, hunt; dispel, put to flight, rout, repel; tool, engrave.
n. canyon, crevasse, rift, fissure, cleft; abyss.
n. frame, skeleton;
adj. virtuous, pure, undefiled, clean, innocent; simple, classic, severe.
v.t. chasten, castigate, discipline.
n. & v. to converse in a familiar or informal manner.
n. castle, villa.
n. property; vassal, subject.
n. prattle, talk, gabble, gibberish, patter, gossip.
n. driver,a person employed to drive a private automobile or limousine for the owner.
n. nationalist, patriot; jingo, warmonger; macho,
Low price n.cheapness, inexpensiveness, cut rates v. be cheap,
v. deceive, defraud.
v.t. control, test, verify, tally, count; restrain, repress, n. draft, money order; interruption,
adj. varied, irregular; colorful; checked, plaid.
n. jowl; insolence, impertinence, sauce,
Good humor n. cheerfulness, geniality,v. be cheerful,
Science of time n. (science of time) chronometry,v .fix or mark the time.
adj. informal, shoddy,second-rate.
n. [head] cook,the chief cook, especially in a restaurant or hotel.
Fr. masterpiece.
n.a substance produced by or used in a chemical process.
v.t. nurture, nourish, foster, protect, nurse; entertain, harbor,
n. cupid, amor; child, moppet, urchin; infant.
n. case, box, casket; coffer; cabinet, commode, locker, bureau; thorax, breast.
n. slang, cliché, commonplace, platitude .
v. masticate, gnaw, grind,
n. trickery,deception by quibbling or sophistry .
n. fowl, cock, hen, pullet; fryer, broiler, capon; slang,
v. scold, lecture, reprove.
n. chieftain, leader, president; captain, commander, general;
adv. mainly, mostly, primarily.
n.a person between birth and full growth; a boy or girl: books for children.
n. delivery, parturition, labor pains; natural childbirth, Lamaze, etc. method.
n. infancy, youth.
adj. infantile, puerile, juvenile, youthful, babyish; brattish; senile, simpleminded,
n. shivering, shakes, ague; chilliness; frost.
n. [tubular] bell; doorbell.
v.i. harmonious sound in general; music; melody.
n. fancy, fantasy; monster; vain hope.
n. smokestack, spout, flue; vent.
n. chinaware, dishes, crockery; stoneware.
n. crack, rift, fissure, cleft; soft spot.
of, like, or decorated with chintz.
n. piece, splinter, fragment, flake; counter, check.
adj. informal, lively, gay.
v.i. chirrup, cheep, peep, crick, stridulate.
v. trim, pare, sculpt, carve; slang, swindle, cheat.
adj. knightly, gallant, noble, courteous, brave.
Act of choosing n. choice, option, selection, v. choose, elect, opt, Adj- elective,
n. a company of singers, especially an organized group employed in church service.
v. strangle, suffocate, garrote; stifle, obstruct, clog, jam, plug.
v.to want; desire
adj. informal, fussy, finicky.
v. cut, mince; cleave, lop, hack, hew; strike.
adj. rough, jerky.
n. cord; harmony; triad, arpeggio.
n. job, task, assignment; (pl.) housework, rounds.
n. choir, singers, choristers; chorus line, dancers; refrain, burden.
n. informal, grub.
n. believer, gentile.
n. the annual festival of the Christian church commemorating the birth of Jesus
adj. continuing, persistent, constant; inveterate, rooted.
n. history, annals, record.
adj. dated, sequential, in sequence.
adj. plump, stout, obese; overweight.
v.t. toss, throw; discard.
v. & n. chortle, cluck, snicker, cackle.
n. pal, buddy,a close or intimate companion.
n. informal, blockhead; sucker, sap.
n. lump, hunk,a thick mass or lump of anything.
adj. stocky, thickset.
n. worship, service; ministry; denomination;
n. villein, ceorl; peasant, rustic, yokel; boor, varlet, knave.
adj. rude, surly.
v. agitate, whip; seethe, boil.
n. fall, descent; rapids; white water; shoot, slide, trough, hopper.
n. informal, effrontery, impudence.
n. cheroot, stogie; panatela, perfecto, corona, belvedere; cigarillo; Havana.
n. smoke; regular, king-size, long[-size], plain, oval, cork-tip,
n. girth; informal, certitude, sure thing.
n. slag, ash[es]; brand, ember, coal; lava.
n. movies, film.
n. naught, zero; nonentity; cryptogram, codes, cryptology; monogram, device.
prep. [on or] about.
v. encircle, ring, girdle; circumnavigate; n. circumference; circuit;
Closed continuous path n. circuit, circumference, v.circuit, circle,
Indirectness n. circuity, circuitousness, v.bypass, circumvent;Adj.circuitous, indirect,
Circular shape n. circularity, roundness;v.circle, surround; encloseAdj.circular, round,
v. pass, go about, change hands, mix, move; spread, publish, diffuse, disseminate, propagate.
n. perimeter, boundary, compass.
n. paraphrase, periphrasis, indirection.
Limitation n. circumscription, circumjacence v.circumscribe, limit,
adj. careful, discreet.
Concomitant condition n.circumstance, situation,v.circumstantiate,
v.t. prove, document,
v.t. evade; outwit.
n. ring, arena; carnival, menagerie; sideshow, midway, the big top,
n. tank, reservoir; rain barrel.
n. fortress,any strongly fortified place; stronghold..
v.t. mention, bring forward, quote; arraign, summon; commend.
n. resident, inhabitant; civilian, native.
n. town, municipality; capital, metropolis, megalopolis, cosmopolis; city-state,
adj. governmental; public-spirited.
adj. courteous, mannerly, polite; civic, secular, lay.
n. functionary, official, apparatchik.
n. culture, society.
v.t. educate, cultivate, refine; reclaim, enlighten.
v.t. ask, demand, requisition, require; lay claim to; informal, n. demand, requisition,
n. pretender, pleader, claimer, heir.
n. second sight, foreknowledge; fortune-telling, divination; insight.
v.i. scramble, crawl, shin up.
adj. moist, damp, sweaty.
n. outcry, hullabaloo, uproar, racket, tumult, din.
n. grip, vise; fastener, clasp.
n. family, tribe, sept; brotherhood, association; breed, caste; clique.
adj. secret, furtive, sly, undercover; veiled; illicit, fraudulent.
v.i. peal, toll, ring.
v. applaud, acclaim; strike, slap, bang, slam; impose, put; slang, gonorrhea.
n. nonsense,pretentious but insincere or empty language
v.t. filter, refine, purify; render; explain, elucidate, throw light on, clear up.
n. clearness, transparency.
v. collide, conflict; disagree, dispute, differ, contend.n. collision, impact,
v.t. hug, embrace, enfold; fasten, hook, buckle; clutch, hold.
Rank n.class, division,class, classify, sort,class, classify, sort,
adj. standard; chaste, simsysple.
n. grouping, category, allocation; arrangement, systematization, taxonomy, order,
n. rattle, racket, din.
n. article, paragraph, section; proviso, condition, stipulation,
n. talon, nail, hook; pincer, nipper,
n. earth, potter’s clay, kaolin; mud, loam; flesh.
v. informal, make money, rake it in .
Freedom from dirt n. cleanness, Ver- (make clean) clean [up], cleanse,Adj- clean,
adj. clear-cut, plain, sharp, understandable; fair, unclouded, cloudless, fine; open,
n. margin, room; authorization.
adj. distinct, obvious.
n. opening, break.
v. stick, hold fast, adhere, cling; sever, shear, split, rive, rend, divide.
n. split, rift, fissure, crack, crevice.
n. mildness, mercy, leniency.
v.t. grip, clutch.
Religious personnel n.(body of clergy) clergy, ministry,Adj.ordained, V.call, ordain,
n. salesperson, -man, or -woman; registrar, scribe, secretary; copyist, writer.
adj. adroit, skillful; talented, adept, gifted; smart, cute.
n. stereotype, plate, cut ; truism, commonplace, platitude; banality, triviality, bromide.
v. informal, fall into place, jibe; go over, succeed, make the grade.
n. customer, buyer, patron.
n. precipice, palisade, crag, bluff, steep.
n. weather; temperature, rainfall, precipitation, etc.; region.
n. acme, zenith, summit, pinnacle; turning point, culmination; orgasm.
v. mount, scale, ascend, rise, go up; succeed; clamber, scramble,
v.t. confirm; fasten, secure, rivet, clamp; v. informal, embrace.
v.i. stick, hold, cleave, adhere; grasp, hold on to, hug.
n. dispensary, hospital, polyclinic, ward; workshop, seminar.
v.t. cut, snip, scissor, trim, shorten; prune, mow; dock; slang, gyp, fleece.
n. set, circle, group, coterie.
n. cape, wrap, mantle, robe, burnoose, domino; shield, disguise.
v.t. slang, pummel, punish; defeat.
n. timepiece, chronometer.
n. chunk, lump; clodhopper, dolt, lout, oaf.
v.t. obstruct, block, congest, choke; hamper, encumber, jam, impede, restrain.
n. abbey, priory, convent, hermitage, monastery; retreat, sanctuary; arcade, colonnade.
n. & v. copy, a close or intimate companion,a roommate, as at college.
adj. compact, dense, firm; stifling, oppressive, muggy, stale, stuffy.
n. informal, close shave, near miss, narrow escape, squeaker.
adj. attached, intimate.
to put (something) in a position to obstruct an entrance, opening, etc.; shut.
n. cupboard, locker, wardrobe, clothespress. v.t. shut in, enclose.
n.a photograph or film or television shot taken at close range
Act of closing n.closure, occlusion;,Ver- close, closed, shut,
n. lump, clump, blob, dollop.—v. coagulate, thicken; clabber curdle,
n. material, stuff, fabric, textile; fiber, synthetic;
Wearing apparel n.clothing, clothes, v.clothe, Adj.clothed, costumed,
n. haze,any similar mass, especially of smoke or dust.
n. downpour, deluge, spate, thundershower.
Presence of suspended water n.cloudiness, v.cloud, cloud over, Adj.cloudy,
n. belt, swat, whack; slang influence, pull, impact.
n. interchange .a road arrangement, resembling a four-leaf clover in form
n. buffoon, comic, comedian jester; boor, rustic.
v. glut, satiate, surfeit, sate; pall, bore.
n. cudgel, stick, bat, bludgeon; society, fraternity, sorority, association; nightclub; trefoil.
n. splayfoot, Dutch-foot, taliped, talipes.
n. suggestion, intimation, hint, key, guide.
adj. slang, ignorant, out of it.
n. cluster, bunch, patch, thicket, grove; lump.
adj. awkward, lumbering; bungling, bumbling, left-handed; cumbersome, unwieldy.
n. & v.i. thud, thump.
n. bunch, clump, group.
v.t. hold fast, grip, cling to, clench; snatch, seize, grasp, grab, collar; clasp, squeeze,
n. disorder, mess, jumble; litter, debris.
v.t. teach, help, tutor, train.n. trainer, director, teacher; stage[coach], bus, omnibus, car,
v. clot, clabber, thicken, curdle; set, congeal.
n. ember, cinder; charcoal, briquette.
v. unite, consolidate.
n. union, alliance, league, axis; merger, bloc.
adj. rough, harsh-textured, coarse-grained; uncouth, rude, crude, crass, vulgar,
n. shore, tideland, shoreline, waterfront, seacoast, beach.
v.t. cover, crust; plaster, paint n. jacket, overcoat, ulster,
v. cajole, inveigle, wheedle, persuade.
n.an addictive narcotic drug derived from coca leaves.
n. rooster, chanticleer.
adj. cross-eyed, strabismic; slang, drunk.
adj. [self-]confident, sure of oneself.
n. mixed drink; martini, old-fashioned, daiquiri, etc.; salad, appetizer.
adj. conceited.excessively proud of oneself
v.t. humor, pamper.
n. cipher, secret writing, cryptogram; law, canon, principle, codex,
v.t. classify, systematize, standardize.
v.t. compel, force, make.
v.i. coincide, live and let live, tolerate.
n. mocha, espresso, cappuccino; Sanka; percolated, drip, in-stant, freeze-dried,
n. chest, strong box, vault; (pl.) treasury.
n. casket, pine box, sarcophagus.
adj. potent, forceful, convincing, persuasive, weighty,compelling.
v. reflect, think, muse, ponder, mull, consider, meditate plan, think up.
adj. sensible, aware, conscious.
v.i. live or sleep together,
Sticking together n. adherence, adhesionVer- (stick to something) cohere, adhere,
adj. consistent, lucid.
n. band, company.
n. hairdo, headdress.
n. spiral, curl, roll, winding, circle, convolution.
v.t. mint, strike, stamp; invent, originate.
n. concurrence, conjunction, concomitance, correspondence, agreement.
n. sexual intercourse, copulation
n. strainer, sieve, sifter, riddle.
Condition of low temperature n.cold, coldness, frigidity,Ver- be cold, shiver,
n. & v.t. rebuff, snub.
adv. & n. slang, withdrawal, detoxification .
adj. merciless, unfeeling, cruel, ruthless, heartless.
n. indigestion; bellyache, stomachache; gripe.
n.a large building, such as a stadium or theatre, used for entertainments, sports
v.i. cooperate, pull together, pitch in; fraternize.
n.a work of art produced by this technique. Compare assemblage
v.i. break down, fail; cave or fall in. n. prostration, dejection, breakdown, exhaustion;
n. neckband, neckwear; necklace; gorget, bertha, dicky; harness.
v.t. assemble, gather, compile.
n. associate, partner; coworker, confrère.
v. gather, collate, assemble, amass, compile; throng, congregate,
adj. combined, aggregate; general.
n. school, academy, university, seminary, institute; finishing or preparatory school;
adj. collegiate; friendly,
v.i. bump, crash, clash, conflict; interfere, impinge.
n. impact, concussion; smashup, crash, fender-bender (inf.); clash, opposition,
adj. idiomatic, informal, conversational, vernacular; chatty.
n. conspiracy, scheme, intrigue, cabal; conniving,
n. toilet, bay, or lavender water,
v.t. settle, establish, found, populate.
n. settlement, community; territory; swarm, hive.
Rainbow hue n. color, hue, dye,V—color, ,Adj- colored,
adj. Negro, black, dark skinned; biased, deceptive.
adj. picturesque, vivid; dramatic.
Absence of color n. colorlessness, achromatism; v.lose color, fade, Adj, uncolored,
n. giant, titan, monster, prodigy.
n. foal.a young male animal of the horse family.
n. pillar, shaft; formation (of troops, figures, etc.); article, byline.
n. unconsciousness; stupor, torpor.
v.t. scrape; card; dress, tease, back-comb; search.
n. conflict, warfare; battle, close combat. —v.t. fight, oppose.
n. shell shock, warneurosis, trauma.
Fighter n. (one who fights) combatant,
adj. pugnacious, aggressive.
Coming together n. (combination of things) combination,V—combine, unite,
adj. inflammable, burnable, flammable.
v.i. arrive, reach; approach, move toward, near; befall, happen, occur.
v.i. encounter; informal, pay up; tell the truth.
v.i. to approach or move toward a particular person or place,succeed.
v.i. revive, awaken.
n. informal, recovery, revival, restoration, return; retort, rejoinder.
n.an actor in comedy.
n. descent, decline; setback, reverse; disappointment, letdown.
n. satire, parody, burlesque, travesty; comedy of errors; tragicomedy; humor, wit, amusement.
adj. attractive, good-looking, handsome, fair, pleasing.
n. slang, lure, gimmick.
n. slang, reward, [just] deserts.
n. luxury; ease, coziness; enjoyment, satisfaction; solace, consolation; cheer, air.
adj. content[ed], at ease; informal, well off, fixed.
n. quilt, bedspread.
adj. comical, funny, hilarious, laughable, sidesplitting,ludicrous, droll, n. comedian,
n.pl. comic strip or book; informal, funnies,
Order of authorityNou- command, commandment,V—command, order, Adj- commanded,
v.t. confiscate, usurp, appropriate, seize.
adj. imperative, imperious; panoramic, inclusive; impressive.
n. ranger, raider, guerrilla, saboteur.
v.t. celebrate, solemnize, observe, keep, memorialize.
v. to start or begin; come or cause to come into being, operation,
n. beginning; graduation; exercises.
v.t. praise, applaud, cite, acclaim, approve, compliment; recommend; entrust.
adj. comparable, analogous.
n. observation, remark note, reflection, criticism, annotation; aside, opinion; talk, gossip.
n. reviewer, critic, editor, news analyst, newscaster.
n. business, trade,
adj. mercantile, trade; salable. n. ad[vertisement], spot
v.t. pity, condole.
n. commissar; store, canteen,
Body of persons with an assignment n.commission, delegation; V.commission,
v.t. perpetrate, perform, do; refer, consign, entrust; confide, commend; take into custody,
n. commission; committal, promise, pledge; involvement.
n. a group of people chosen or appointed to perform a specified service or function
adj. spacious, capacious, ample, roomy.
n. article, product; goods, wares.
adj. ordinary, standard, usual, conventional; joint, shared; prevalent, general, universal,
n. logic, reason,
n. gentleman, freeman, yeoman, tradesman, bourgeois; plebeian; citizen, subject.
adj. ordinary, usual, everyday; prosy, monotonous, stale, tedious,
n. state, community, body politic, government,
n. stir, fuss, ferment hurlyburly, ado; turmoil, agitation, tumult, disorder,
adj. public, common,
v.i. communicate, converse.
Act of communicating ideas n.communication, intercourseVer- communicate, send messages,
n. talk, conversation, intercourse, communication; concord, unity; sympathy;
n. bulletin ,an official bulletin or communication, usually to the press or public.
n. communalist, leftist, Red, fellow traveler, [parlor] pink.
n. neighborhood, district, commonwealth; body, group; partnership, society.
v. to exchange for another or for something else; give and take reciprocally; interchange.
n. contract, covenant; subcompact, mini; makeup or vanity case.adj. solid, dense,
n. associate, colleague; pal, chum, comrade; shadow; escort; accomplice.
n. companionship, fellowship; association, corporation, partnership, firm; cast, troupe;
Representation as similar n.comparison, matching, V- compare, liken,Adj- comparative, -
n. section, chamber, bin, cell. -v.t. compartmentalize, sort, classify.
v. encompass, bound, surround, define, encircle; beset, -n. bounds, extent, scope,
n. sympathy, tenderness, kindness, mercy, condolence; pity,
adj. harmonious, well-matched, suitable, congruous; consistent; congenial.
n. countryman; informal, colleague.
v.t.to secure or bring about by force.
n. abstract, précis, epitome, summary, digest, synopsis; compilation, anthology.
Equalizing payment n. (act of compensating) compensation v.make compensation,
v.i. vie, contend, rival.
n. capability, capacity, ability, efficiency, proficiency; means, resources, income,
n.the act of competing; rivalry
v.t. collect, arrange; edit, write, make.
adj. content, pleased; self-satisfied, smug; apathetic, blasé, indifferent.
n. accusation, charge; disease, ailment, sickness, indisposition, disorder;
n. rest, extra, counterpart, opposite; personnel, v.t. complete, realize, fulfill,
Finishing of an action n- completion; accomplishment v- complete, effect; accomplish
adj. intricate, manifold, complicated, involved, knotty. —n. tangle, knot,
n. hue, color, tinge, tint; skin texture; aspect, appearance.
adj. obedient, submissive.
v.t. involve, embarrass, confuse; perplex; aggravate, compound.
n. guilt by association; collusion, participation, connivance, conspiracy.
v.t. praise, flatter, commend, congratulate.
adj. commendatory; courteous, polite; favorable; free, gratis, on the house.
v.t. consent, conform, yield, submit, obey.
n. part, element, factor, constituent, ingredient; makinings, fixings; link, feature, member,
v. behave or conduct tranoneself; suit, fit.
Lat. sane. mentally sound.
v. form; settle, adjust; create, for mulate; calm, quiet, relax.
adj. cool, unruffled, collected, self-possessed; calm, tranquil,
n. a person or thing that composes.
Formation by putting parts together n- (act or result of composing) composition
n. fertilizer, manure, humus.
n. placidity, serenity, self-possession, calmness.
v.t. combine, compose, concoct, amalgamate, mix; join, unite.-n. mixture; enclave, enclosure.
v.t. comprise, embrace, include; grasp, apprehend, conceive, understand,
adj. full, inclusive, all-embracing.
v.t. reduce, digest, abridge, consolidate, condense; crowd, squeeze, contract. n. pad, dressing.
v.t. consist of, involve, embrace, cover, embody; include, comprehend, contain.
Settlement of differences by mutual concession n. compromise; mediation.
Coercion n.compulsion, coercion,compel, force, compulsory,
n. regret, remorse; scruple, twinge,
v. figure, calculate, reckon.
Electronic data processors n.computer, analog or digital computer.
n. friend, companion, mate, fellow, associate; communist.
v.t. steer, pilot
informal, hustler, shark, flimflam man.
v.t. link ,to link together; unite in a series or chain.inked together, as in a chain.
Shape like the inside of a sphere or circle n. concavity, depression,cave in, depress,
Keeping secret n.concealment; hiding[-place]; curtain, screen,V. (hide physically) conceal, hide,
v.t. consent, yield, give in, allow; accede; grant, admit, acknowledge, confess; cede,
n. vanity, pride, egotism, self-esteem; epigram, bon mot, quip; whim, fantasy, fancy,
adj. plausible, believable; knowable.
v. devise, frame, imagine, visualize, fancy; grasp, realize, take in, understand;
v. distill, condense, consolidate; intensify, fix, aim, focus; converge, center,
n.a guarded prison camp in which nonmilitary prisoners are held
adj.Compare eccentric having a common centre: concentric circles
n. conception, conceit, thought; interpretation.
n. idea, notion; pregnancy, fertilization; beginning.
v.t. regard, affect, relate, refer to, pertain to, have to do with,upon,n. matter, affair; ,
n. recital, program, serenade, musicale; cooperation, agreement, harmony, accord; conspiracy.
n. compromise; grant, franchise,
v.t. reconcile; pacify, appease, placate, mollify, propitiate; win, curry favor.
adj. succinct, short, brief, terse, laconic, epigrammatic, summary, compact.
a private or secret meeting,the assembly or meeting of the cardinals for the election of a pope. .
v. end, close, finish, wind up, terminate; infer, deduce; arrange, settle; resolve,
adj. decisive,serving to settle or decide a question; decisive; convincing
v.t. prepare, invent, devise, contrive; brew; mix, cook; plan, make up, hatch.
adj. attending, accompanying.
n. accord, harmony, agreement, assent; sympathy, rapport, congruousness, congruence;
n. throng, crowd; arcade, square.
adj. actual, real, tangible, solid; specific, definite, exact, particular.
n. hetaera; mistress, paramour, kept woman; wench, harem girl, odalisque;
v.i. agree, assent, harmonize, jibe (inf.); coincide;
n. shock, blow, impact.
Censure n.condemnation, conviction,V—condemn, convict,
v. abridge, digest, abbreviate, shorten, cut,
v.i. stoop, deign, descend, vouchsafe.
n. seasoning, sauce, spice, relish, chutney; herb, caraway; salt, pepper, cayenne,
n. fitness; state, birth, rank, place, estate, station,
n. lamentation, sympathy, pity, consolation, commiseration.
n. prophylactic, contraceptive, rubber (inf.), sheath (inf.).
n. cooperative [apartment house], co-op.
v.t. to pardon or forgive (an offense); excuse.
Deportment, n.(act in business) conduct, dealing, ,Ver- (carry on) conduct, transact,
n. guide, escort, director; manager, operator, supervisor; guard; drum major,
n. channel, duct, passage.
adj. conic[al], co-noid[al]; coniferous, pyramidal.
n. sweet, candy, bonbon.
n. confederation, league, federation, union, alliance; compact, combine.
n. aide, ally; accomplice; companion, associate.
v. converse, discuss, consult, debate, deliberate, talk, parley, palaver;
v. acknowledge, avow, own, admit; disclose, tell,
n. friend, intimate.
v. trust, believe in, rely on; entrust, commit; tell, divulge, unbosom,
n. assurance, certainty, positiveness; spirit, boldness, self-reliance;
adj. secret, private; intimate.
n. form, shape, figure, contour; grouping, arrangement.
v.t. imprison, incarcerate, immure, jail, detain; cage, pen; restrict, bound, limit.
n. childbirth, childbed; imprisonment, incarceration, captivity, custody, detention;
v.t. establish, strengthen; ratify, validate, approve, endorse; verify,
v.t. take, seize, commandeer, appropriate.
n. fire, flame,a destructive fire, usually an extensive one.
n. battle, combat, strife, fight, encounter, clash, collision, struggle;
Accordance n. conformity,V- (follow a model) conform, follow suit,Adv.conformably, by rule;,
v.t. confuse, bewilder, perplex, nonplus, dumbfound, dismay, mix up,
n. colleague, associate, friend.
v.t. face, oppose; resist, brave.
v.t. perplex, confound, disconcert; embroil, muddle; abash, embarrass.
Proving false n. confutation, refutation, disproof v.confute, refute, Adj.confuting,
v. solidify, harden, fix, gel, jell, set, coagulate, stiffen, thicken; freeze; condense.
adj. compatible, agreeable, pleasing, sympathetic, kindred, harmonious.
adj.having by nature a specified character: a congenital fool.
v.t. overfill, clog, block; plug, stop, or stuff up; [over]crowd, jam, choke, cram;
adj. gathered, assembled. n. concrete ; diversified company.
Felicitation n.congratulation[s], gratulation,v-congratulate, gratulate, ,Adj-congratulatory,
n. assemblage, assembly, gathering, collection, meeting,
n. assembly, legislature, parliament; meeting, convention; intercourse.
n. supposition, hypothesis, extrapolation, speculation, guess; inference, surmise.
adj.of, pertaining to, or characteristic of marriage: conjugal vows.
adj. yoked, united, mated, coupled; related, paronymous, coderived.
v. cast spells, enchant; invoke, summon up; beseech, implore, beg.
Physical link n.connection, bond, tie, link, ;V-connect, link, join;Adj.firm, fast, tight,
n. cooperation, collusion, complicity; permission, sufferance.
n. critic, gourmet, epicure, adept. connotation, n. implication, suggestion, association,
v.t. overcome, overthrow, vanquish, subdue, subjugate.
n. victory.a person, thing, etc, that has been conquered or won
n. close relationship or connection.
adj. being in conformity with one's conscience; just.
adj. sensible, cognizant, percipient, understanding; awake, aware, sentient.
n. enlistment, draft, impressment.
v.t. bless, sanctify, hallow; seal, dedicate, devote.
adj.following one another without interruption; successive
n. concord, assent, agreement; general or popular opinion, common belief;
Voluntary compliance n.consent, assent,v.consent, assent, Adj—consenting,
n. effect, end, result, sequel, outcome, product, fruit; import, account, concern,
adj. consequent, sequential; inferable, deducible; indirect, resultant, resulting; important,
adv.as a result or effect; therefore; hence
n. maintenance, protection, keeping, preservation.
adj. unprogressive; moderate; protective; unchanging, stable; reactionary,
n. greenhouse, nursery; school, academy.
v.t.to keep or protect from harm, decay, loss, etc
v. deliberate, ponder, brood, contemplate, meditate, ruminate, reflect; speculate,
adj. large, sizable, substantial, important, big; tolerable, fair,
adj. thoughtful, kind, humane, sympathetic.
n. thought, deliberation, contemplation, reflection, rumination; care, regard; esteem,
v.t. deliver, commit, assign, delegate; remit, remand; send, dispatch, ship, condemn.
n. committee; functionary, curator, treasurer; agent, factor, bailiff, clerk, proctor,
n. goods, shipment; delivery, consignation, commitment; allotment, assignment.
v.i. lie, reside, inhere; include, comprise.
n. solidity, density; harmony, correspondence.
adj. accordant, coherent, uniform, congruous, compatible,
n. condolence, solace, sympathy; assuagement, sop; encouragement.
v.t. to serve as a source of comfort to (someone) in disappointment, loss, sadness, etc
v.t. unite, join, combine, federate, syndicate, merge, pool, fuse,
n. agreement, harmony; unity, accordance, concord.
n. spouse, husband, wife.
n. cartel, syndicate; meeting, colloquium.
n. compendium, epitome.
adj. prominent, notable, eminent, outstanding; signal, striking, salient, noticeable,
v.i. plot, intrigue, collude, scheme; concur, combine.
adj. staunch, steadfast, loyal; fast, firm, unwavering,
n. cluster, asterism; sign of the zodiac; assemblage, confluence, gathering.
n. dismay, fear.a sudden, alarming amazement or dread that results in utter confusion; dismay.
v.t. to cause constipation in; make costive.
n. constituents, following; clientele; electorate, voters; district, ward.
adj. integral, formative; elective, appointive, . —n. component, part;
v.t. form, be, make, frame, compose; total; set up, establish, found; appoint.
n. nature, makeup, temperament, physique, disposition; structure, construction;
n. pressure, force, stress; restraint, confinement, repression;
v.t. hamper, limit, contract, bind, cramp, squeeze, compress; choke,
n. building, fabrication, composition; formation, structure,
n. emissary, resident.
v. confer, refer (to).
v.t. destroy, demolish, annihilate; burn, decompose,
n. customer, purchaser, user.
adj. complete, perfect, finished,v.t. complete, achieve, accomplish; perfect.
n. destruction, use, burning; tuberculosis.
Touching of two things, n.contact, contiguity, abutment,v.be in contact, be contiguous,
n. infection; epidemic, pestilence, virus; transfer, transmission.
adj. catching, infectious, epidemic, communicable, transmittable,
v.t. include, comprise, incorporate, embrace, embody, comprehend, hold;
n. vessel, receptacle. contaminate, v.t. corrupt, infect, taint, pollute,
v. consider, meditate, ponder, muse, reflect; view, behold; propose,
adj. simultaneous; coexistent, contemporaneous, coeval,
Feeling of disdain n.contempt, contemptuousness, disdain,
v.i. struggle; dispute, debate,
Satisfaction n.content, contentment, contentedness;Ver- (be content) rest satisfied,
Act of contending n.(act of contending) contention, strife,v.contend, contest,
n.satisfied with what one is or has; not wanting more or anything else.
v.t.struggle for victory or superiority.
n. contender, competitor, competer, etc.
n. setting, background, position, situation.
n. juxtaposition, abutment, union, meeting.
n. self-restraint,
adj. mainland,of or of the nature of a continent.
n. chance, possibility, likelihood, accident, casualty,
adj. possible; provisional conditional, provisory, dependent,
adj. constant; repeated, frequent.
n. continuity; persistence, perseverance, endurance postponement, extension,
v. persist; keep, go, carry, run, or hold on; maintain,
Unbroken sequence n.continuity, continuum, sequence; round,v. continue, adj.continuous,
n. distortion, twist, dislocation, deformity; grimace.
n. outline, profile, shape, form, conformation, figure.
adj. forbidden, banned, prohibited; smuggled.
n. birth control, Planned Parenthood; rhythm method, condom,
adj.tending or serving to prevent conception or impregnation.
n. compact, agreement,
an act or instance of contracting.
n. builder, architect, padrone; entrepreneur.
v.t. gainsay, deny, belie, controvert, refute, disprove, overthrow; dispute, dissent.
n. informal, gadget, contrivance.
n. opposition, obstinacy; antagonism, disagreement, disobedience.
adj. opposed, opposite, counter, conflicting, contradictory; unfavorable,
n. difference, opposition, foil, dissimilarity, unlikeness, disparity.
v.t. violate, infringe upon; oppose, contradict, conflict with, defy.
n. embarrassment; mischance, mishap.
v. give, subscribe, donate; help, aid, assist; conduce, advance, tend, serve, redound, go.
n. giver, subscriber, donor; author, correspondent, editor, columnist,
adj. penitent, caused by or showing sincere remorse.
n. device, invention, construction, machine, apparatus,
v.t. command, dominate, govern, rule, regulate, direct,
n. contention, dispute, argument, discord, discussion, debate, quarrel,
v.t. deny, contradict, contravene, traverse (legal),
n. rebelliousness, disobedience.
n. insult, abuse.
n. bruise, black-and-blue [mark].
n. riddle, enigma, puzzle.
v.i. recover, recuperate, rally, revive, improve.
v. assemble, gather, collect, congregate, meet, convoke.
n. accessibility, handiness, availability, suitability; advantage,
n. cloister, nunnery.
n. assembly, gathering, congregation, congress, meeting, caucus, council;
adj. customary, accepted, orthodox, approved, habitual, usual; formal.
Inclination toward each other n.convergence, confluence, conflux,v.converge, come together,
adj. acquainted, [well-] informed; skilled,
Social talk n. conversation, interlocution, v.(talk in a conversation) converse,
adj. transposed, reversed, turned about; reciprocal;
n. reduction, change; retooling, changeover, adaptation; transmogrification;
v.t. change, make over; retool, adapt; reorganize.
Curved like the outside surface of a sphere or circle Nou- (shape) convexity, prominence,
v.t. bear, carry, transport; transmit, impart, communicate; transfer, grant,
n. vehicle; transfer, assignment, sale, legacy, disposal; transmission, communication.
v.t. condemn, find guilty, doom. judgment.n. criminal, felon, jailbird, prisoner,
n. belief, persuasion, faith, opinion, view; condemnation, sentence, penalty.
v.t. persuade, satisfy. conviviality, n. sociality, sociability,
v.t. convene, assemble, summon, call, collect, gather.
adj. complicated; twisting, tortuous.
Shape like a coil n.convolution, winding; v.convolve, be convoluted.
v.t. accompany, escort, conduct; guard, support. n. escort, [body]guard, safe-conduct;
v.t. agitate, shake, disturb, trouble, excite, stir; rend, wring,
v.t. prepare, concoct, fix, make; roast, broil, boil, fry, etc.; informal, doctor;
n. wafer, biscuit; shortbread, sugar cookie, gingersnap, etc.
n. cookery, cuisine; culinary art.
n. barbecue, picnic.
v. chill, refrigerate, ice, freeze, co-operation harden; calm, allay.
Working toward a common goal n.(act of cooperating) cooperation,
v.t. equalize, adapt, harmonize, synchronize, adjust; organize.
v. seize, grasp, take; steal, filch, pilfer; win, capture.
v.i. slang, renege, back out.
v.i. contend, strive, deal with; face; manage, handle.
adj. abundant, plentiful, ample, overflowing; wordy, profuse, diffuse, prolix.
v.i. unite, join, couple; mate; have coitus or sex; cohabit, breed,
Reproduction n.copy, facsimile, counterpart, v.copy, duplicate, imitate,
n. flirt. a woman who flirts lightheartedly with men to win their admiration and affection,o coquet.
n. string, rope, band, bond, twine; tendon; cable.
adj. sincere, heartfelt; hearty, genial, friendly, amicable, kindly.
n. center, interim, heart, nucleus, kernel, pith; nut, nub, substance, gist.
n. stopper, plug, bung; float, bob. —v.t. stop, plug, bung, seal.
n. bottle opener . —adj. twisted, tortuous.
n. angle; nook, niche; control, monopoly; predicament; tight spot.
n. keystone, salient point.
n. horn of plenty or of Amalthea.
adj. slang, sentimental, mushy, sticky; old-fashioned, stale, musty, banal, sticky.
n. adjunct, offshoot. judgment, accompaniment. corona, n. halo, crown, aureola.
adj. coronal, crownlike, ringlike, round, circular.
n. crowning, investment.
n. association, syndicate, company, society, partnership, merger, trust.
adj. bodily, material.
n. body, company, outfit, branch, service.
n.a dead body, usually of a human being.
n. fatness, fleshiness, obesity, plumpness, portliness,
Lat. facts, evidence.
n. pen, yard. —v.t. pen up; seize, collect.
v.t. improve, rectify, [set] right, remedy, repair, amend,
n. correlativity; reciprocation, reciprocity; mutuality; interrelation,
Communication by letter,n.correspondence, communication by letter,V.correspond, write;
n. hall, hallway, gallery, arcade, passage; skyway, airway, route.
adj. amendable, rectifiable; amenable, tractable, docile.
v.t. confirm,to make more certain.
v. consume, gnaw, rust, decay, wear; eat, etch.
v.t. furrow, wrinkle, groove.
v.t. demoralize, vitiate, deprave, defile, degrade, debase, debauch;
n. bouquet, boutonniere.
n. girdle, foundation [garment].
n. procession; retinue.
adj. beautifying, adorning, decorative. —n. preparation, makeup;
adj. universal, galactic, heavenly; vast, grandiose; harmonious, orderly.
adj. sophisticated, urbane, worldly[-wise], polished; informed, tolerant.
n. price, charge, expense; expenditure, outlay, disbursement, payment.
adj. expensive, high-priced, dear, precious, valuable; extravagant; gorgeous, sumptuous.
n. clothing; fancy dress, uniform; outfit, rig.
n. bed, pallet, couch, roll-away [bed].
n. set, clique. a group of people who associate closely.
n. german; ball, square dance.
n. a small house, usually of only one story.
n. bed, cot, pallet; lounge, divan, settee, convertible, davenport, chaise longue.
n. hack, racking cough.
Deliberative assembly n. council, committee, v.sit, assemble; sit on; deliberate,
v.t. & n. to give advice to; advise.
v. enumerate, tell, score, figure, account;
n. face, features, visage, physiognomy, mug (sl.); expression, complexion,
adj. opposing, opposite, contrary, counterclockwise, cross, against.v.t. oppose; contradict;
v.t. check, thwart, nullify, negate, frustrate; counterbalance, offset;
n. reprisal, retaliation.
adj. false, sham, fake, forged, bogus, bastard, spurious, phony (inf.)n. forgery, fake, slug,
v.t. revoke, overrule.
n. bedspread, coverlet.
n. copy, duplicate, double, facsimile, replica; likeness, image, similitude,
n. balance, equilibrium, equipoise; counterweight.
adj. impractical, self-defeating, ill-advised.
n. password, shibboleth, watchword.
adj. innumerable, infinite, numberless, uncountable, incalculable, illimitable.
n. land, region, tract, district, territory; countryside, plain, fields,
n. national, citizen, compatriot; rustic, farmer,
n. stroke, master stroke.
Fr. political stroke,coup.
Fr. glance.
Fr. finishing blow,mercy killing.
Fr. master stroke.
v.t. join, tie, link; yoke, unite, pair; marry.
n. certificate, ticket, slip; premium or trading stamp.
Lack of fearNou- courage, bravery, valor; boldness, strength;Ver- be courageous, dare, venture,
n. messenger, runner.
n. channel, passage; march, progression; mode, method; curriculum circuit. v.i. run, flow
v.t. solicit, invite; curry favor, cultivate, cajole, praise; woo, sue,
adj.having or showing good manners; polite.
n. harlot, prostitute.
Politeness n.courtesy, courteousness; respect; V- be courteous, show courtesy,
n. flatterer, sycophant.
adj. elegant, refined.
n. flirtation, wooing.
n. court, square.
n dressmaker, designer.
n. inlet, bay, lagoon; nook.
v. contract, agree, undertake, stipulate, n. agreement, contract, bargain, pact, promise,
n. protection; market, readership, viewership, etc.
Something placed over another n. covering, cover; superposition,v.cover, mask;
adj. secret, hidden, sheltered.
n. whitewash, censorship, veil.
v.t. desire, long for, crave, want, envy.
n. flock, brood, bevy.
n. bovine, calf, heifer; (pl.) kine, cattle. v.t. intimidate, frighten.
Shrinking from pain or danger N. cowardice, cowardliness,v.be cowardly, be a coward;
n. cowherd, cowman, cowgirl, cowpoke; cattleman or -woman, cowpuncher, cowhand,
v.i. cringe, shrink, crouch, quail; fawn, grovel.
n. associate, confrere, colleague.
adj. bashful, reserved; chary; shrinking, shy, demure, retiring; coquettish.
adj. snug, comfortable, homey, gemütlich; warm, plush.
adj. crabby, ill-tempered, irascible, surly, growly, cross, peevish; cramped, illegible,
v.t. pop, rend, explode, bang; crackle;
n. slang, eccentric, screwball.
n. crib; origin[s], infancy
n. skill, expertise; art, handicraft; trade; vessel, ship, boat; cunning, artfulness, deceit,
n. artisan, craftsperson.
adj. guileful, cunning.
n. rock, boulder. gluttony, learning.
v. crowd, stuff, press, force, jam, pack,
v.t. restrict, hamper, handicap; compress, confine; fasten;
n. heron; derrick.stretch, rubberneck.
n. handle, winder, key; quirk; eccentric, oddball, fanatic, grouch (inf.), crab,
adj. irritablen. crevice, crack.
n. collision, shock, smash, shattering; failure, collapse, downfall; burst, blast.
adj. coarse, crude, gross, unrefined, raw; obtuse, dense, stupid.
v. pack, box, encase.n. box, shipping case.
n. volcano; hole, opening, depression, pit, mouth.
v.t. desire, long or yearn for; ask, beg, seek, solicit, supplicate, beseech, pray, petition;
adj.cowardly; contemptibly timid; pusillanimous.
n. desire.great or eager desire; yearning.
v.i. creep, lag, drag; cringe,fawn, cower, grovel.
n. grease or wax pencil, pastel, chalk.
v.t. derange, unbalance, madden, unsettle.
adj. insane.mentally deranged; demented; insane.
v.i. squeak, stridulate.
n. crème, top milk, rich milk; best, flower, pick, elite; gist, kernel; paste, lotion.
adj. smooth, velvety.
n. fold, pleat; bend; mark, wrinkle, furrow; v. mark, fold, pleat, furrow, wrinkle, wound.
v.t. cause, make, form, bring into being,
n. God, Supreme Being; author, maker, fashioner, originator, producer, inventor, designer.
n. animal, beast; creation, being, thing; human being,
n. belief.belief as to the truth of something
n.pl. papers, documents, dossier; voucher, pass, passport, license; diploma,
adj. believable.capable of being believed; believable
Borrowing power n. credit, trust, score, v.credit, charge; Adj.crediting, credited;
adj. praiseworthy, honorable,
n. lender.a person or firm to whom money is due
n.any creed or formula of belief.
Willingness to believe n. credulity, credulousness, Ver- be credulous;
n. credo, belief, tenet, doctrine, persuasion, dogma, faith; sect, denomination.
n. stream, brook.
v.i. crawl, worm, grovel.
adj. spooky, weird.
n. burning, incineration, suttee.
Fr. the cream of the cream; the very best.
adj. crescent-shaped, lunate, moon-shaped, luniform.
n. crown, tuft, topknot, comb, plume; summit, peak, ridge, tip, height,
adj. abashed, dejected.
n. cleft, split, fissure, break, breach, opening, disjunction, hole, slit,
n. force, gang, band, set, squad; assemblage, company; sailors.
n. manger, trough, box, stall, bin; cot, bed, cradle;
n. spasm; dial. creek.
any of several jumping, orthopterous insects of the family Gryllidae
n. offense, wrong; misdemeanor, felony, outrage; transgression, sin,
n. offender, malefactor, felon, sinner, culprit, convict.
v.t. wave, curl, crinkle, wrinkle, ripple; gather, bunch,n. curl; notch.
v.i. cower, stoop, flinch, wince, crouch, shrink; fawn, truckle, crawl, grovel;
v. wrinkle, roughen, crease,n. wrinkle, crease.
v.t. disable, incapacitate, unfit; lame, paralyze, maim; hurt, enfeeble, cramp.
n. turning point, juncture; exigency, emergency, extremity, pinch, trial, crux, crunch, climax.
adj. brittle, curly, blunt, friable; short, crunchy, crumbly; pithy, terse; cold, stiff; firm,
adj.to move back and forth over: students crisscrossing the field on their way to school.
n. standard, model, rule, test, measure, norm, touchstone.
n. judge, connoisseur, expert, reviewer, commentator; censor, censurer.
adj. exacting, captious, censorious, faultfinding, disparaging; judicious,
v.t. judge, censure, excoriate, blame, reprove, flay; examine,
n. review, criticism.
n. pottery, earthenware, ceramics.
n. hag, witch. a withered, witchlike old woman.
n. chum, pal, friend.
n. bend, curve, hook; thief, robber.
adj. bent, curved, angular, sinuous, winding, askew, zigzag, twisted, warped; false,
v. sing, serenade.
n. craw, gorge; whip; harvest, yield, fruit, product.
n. rood, crucifix; crosspiece, cross mark,
n. [random] sample.
v.t.Law . to examine (a witness called by the opposing side),
Intersection n.crossing, intersection, Adj.crossing, crossed,
n. intersection; turning point, critical juncture.
n. fork, divergence, branch, corner; groin, inguinal region, inguen; genitals, genitalia.
adj. eccentric, cranky.
v.i. bend, squat, stoop; cower, cringe.
v. caw; brag, boast, gloat. —n. raven, blackbird.
n. gathering, concourse, horde, press, mass, gang, mob, multitude; host, herd,
v.t. coronate, wreathe, enthrone, adorn, invest, install; top,
adj. decisive, determining, final; urgent, critical, supreme; trying, severe; cruciform.
n. cross. crucify, v.t.
adj. rough, raw, unfinished, imperfect, plain, unwrought, unrefined, incomplete;
adj. coldblooded, harsh, pitiless.
n. voyage, journey, etc.; sail; ride, flight. v.i. voyage, sail, yacht, steam; soar,hunt.
n. bit, fragment, scrap, mite, morsel, jot, ort; leaving, leftover.
v.i. disintegrate, break up, fall to pieces; decay.
adj. inferior, shabby.
v.t. rumple, wrinkle; informal, collapse.
v. chew, crush, grind.
n. Holy War, jihad; campaign, cause, drive.
v.t. press, mash, squash, squeeze, bruise; overcome, conquer,
n. cake, coating, rind, shell, hull, incrustation; slang, nerve,
n. staff, walking stick; sup port; crotch.
n. gist, key; crisis,
Loud callNou- cry, shout, call ; vociferation, v.cry, roar, shout, Adj—crying, clamant,
n. vault, tomb.cryptic, adj. hidden, secret, occult.
adj. lucid, pellucid, crystalline, clear.
n. offspring, whelp, youngster, pup[py]; novice.
n. cubby, nook, compartment.
n. solid, square, die; hexahedron.
n. carrel, compartment.
v. snuggle, nestle, curl up, huddle; clasp, fondle.
n. club, bludgeon, staff, shillelagh, stick.
n. hint, clue, intimation; catchword, signal, password; cuestick.
n. kitchen; cookery.
n. blind alley, a street, lane, etc., closed at one end; blind alley; dead-end street.
v.t. select.to choose; select; pick.to gather the choice things or parts from.to collect; gather; pluck.
v. crown; come to a head; conclude, finish.
adj. Guilty,deserving blame or censure; blameworthy.
n. offender, malefactor, wrongdoer, evildoer.
n. cultus, sect, religion,denomination; worship,
v.t. farm, till, work, grow develop; civilize, refine; pursue, court; foster, advance, cherish.
n. farming, tillage, husbandry, agriculture; elevation, civilization, refinement, breeding;,
n. cultivation, tillage; development, education, learning; enlightenment;
n. conduit, drain.
Lat. with praise.
adj. cumbrous, unwieldy, clumsy, burdensome, ponderous, oppressive.
adj. Increasing or enlarging by successive addition.
skill employed in a shrewd or sly manner, as in deceiving; craftiness; guile.
n. mug, tankard, chalice, gob, let; [Holy] Grail; excavation, hol low, crater.
n. closet, storeroom; buffet, locker, press; pantry.
n. vault,a dome, especially one covering a circular or polygonal area.
n. mutt, dog; cad, heel, coward.
n.any ecclesiastic entrusted with the cure of souls, as a parish priest.
n. librarian; custodian, overseer, guardian.
v.t. restrain, subdue, control, check, repress; n. restraint check,
v.t. heal, restore, relieve; preserve, dry, smoke, tan, pickle.
n. bedtime, vespers; siren, tocsin, whistle.
n. bric-a-brac, knickknack, objet d'art, ornament, whatnot, antique,
Eagerness to learn n.curiosity, curiousness; interest,V.be curious, take an interest in;
v. roll, wave, ripple, spiral, twist, coil.
n. curl, twist. an ornamental, fancy curl or twist, as in a Signature.
n. money, coin, specie; publicity, circulation; topicality, timeliness.
adj. common, prevalent, present, in vogue, prevailing; accepted, abroad,
v.t. groom, tend; dress.
v. execrate, damn, swear, denounce; n. malediction, imprecation,
adj. hasty, superficial.
adj. short, concise, brief, succinct; snappish, tart, rude,brusque, bluff, blunt, abrupt.
v.t. shorten, clip, cut, abbreviate; abate, diminish, reduce, lessen, abridge;
n. screen, veil, valance, drapery, portiere, hanging, blind,shade.
n. bow, reverence.
adj. informal, buxom, voluptuous.
Curving n. curvature, curving,Ver- (have curvature) be curved.
n. pillow, bolster; ottoman. hassock; fender,buffer.v.t. pad, soften, ease, absorb;
n. care, [safe]keeping, charge, protection; imprisonment, bondage.
n. practice, use, usage, wont, fashion, precedent, rule;
adj. usual, normal, standard, wonted.
n. buyer,a person who purchases goods or services from another; buyer; patron.
v.t. incise, carve, dissect, slice, shave,
n. reduction; retrenchment.
adj. attractive, pretty; coy, cutesy (inf.).
adj. cheap, reduced.
n. murderer, thug.
adj. sharp, incisive, keen-edged; biting, stinging, acrimonious,
n. forefront, avant garde, lead.
n. period, age, epoch; circle, round; bicycle, velocipede, tricycle;
n. tornado, twister, gale, hurricane; vortex.
n. barrel, tube, roller, etc.
n. misanthrope, pessimist; philosopher.
adj. misanthropic, sneering, satirical, pessimistic,
n. tsar, emperor, caesar, kaiser, king,
n. spot, pinch, bit.v. pat, tap.
adj. informal, daft, crazy, silly.
n. dirk, stiletto, poniard, knife, bodkin.
adj. everyday, diurnal, quotidian; once a day.
adj. delicate, exquisite; fastidious, neat; delicious.
n. platform, stage.
n. series, set,a string of daisies linked together to form a chain.
v.i. delay, prolong, idle; trifle, flirt, philander.
n. dike, seawall, levee, breakwater, v.t. embank, sandbag;
v.t. harm, injure, mar, impair.n. deterioration, harm,
v.t.to declare (something) to be bad, unfit, invalid, or illegal.
adj. dank, humid, moist. —v.t. dampen, dispirit, deaden; smother, muffle, subdue; wet, moisten.
Motion to music n.dance, dancing; ball,v.dance, glide, Adj- terpsichorean,
n. dandruff, scurf; informal, temper, anger.
n. beau, coxcomb, dude, fop, macaroni. dj.fine, excellent.
Exposure to injury n. danger, peril, jeopardy, risk,Ver- be in danger; be exposed to danger.
v.i. hang, suspend; swing.
adj. humid, moist.
Fr. dance of death.
adj. neat, trim; diminutive.
v.t. face, defy, challenge, brave; venture upon or into.
adj. rash, reckless.
adj. audacious, adventurous. n. recklessness, intrepidity,
n. outside chance, long shot.
Absence of light n.darkness, dark; blackness, V.darken, bedarken, Adj.dark, darksome,
n. sweetheart, dearest, dear one, angel, treasure;adj. beloved, favorite;
to mend (a hole or a garment) with a series of crossing or interwoven stitches
v. hurl, cast, throw; spring, rush; dartle.n. spear, javelin, arrow; dash; seam.
v. shatter, smash; frustrate, dishearten; hurl, cast; dart.
adj. high-spirited, gay; showy, stylish.
n.pl. facts, evidence, information.
n. day, time, moment; age, era, epoch; informal, rendezvous, tryst;v. place, begin, start;
adj. out-of-date, outmoded.
v. smear, spread.
v.t. intimidate, cow, dismay, discourage.
v.i.to move slowly, languidly, or dilatorily; saunter.
n. beginning, origin, inception.the sky when light first appears in the morning
n. daytime, light; dawn, daybreak; around the clock; era, period.
n. dawn, sunrise.
n. reverie, castle in the air, fancy.
v.t. confuse, dazzle, bewilder, awe; stun, shock, stupefy.
v.t. blind; impress, overpower; dumbfound, bewilder.
Lat. in fact; actual; realistically.
Lat. by right; lawfully.
adj. elegant, sumptuous, luxurious.
Lat. from the beginning. dense, adj. compact ; stupid, dull,
Lat. out of the depths. usurp; take [away] from;
Fr. Obligatory,strictly required, as by etiquette, usage, or fashion.
Fr. too much. loss, liability; discredit, ciency. prejudice, disgrace;
v.t. demobilize, decommission.
adj. deceased, perished, defunct; lifeless, inanimate; obsolete, extinct.
n. impasse, cul-de-sac. difficulty.
n. slang, sponger.
v.t. benumb; muffle; damp.
the time by which something must be finished or submitted
n. impasse, bottleneck, stalemate; standoff, tie, draw, even match; hung jury.
adj. lethal, fatal; malignant; informal, dull.
adj. slang, expressionless.
adj. unpersuaded, insensitive; inattentive, oblivious.
adj. earsplitting.
Lack of ability to hear n.deafness, hardness of hearing,V. be deaf, go deaf,
v.t. apportion, allocate, allot, distribute; barter; inflict; give, bestow, dole.
n. merchant, tradesman.
adj. expensive; precious,n. darling, beloved, love,
High cost n.dearness, costliness,v. be dear, Adj.dear, high,
n. scarcity, lack, shortage.
Absence of life n.death, expiration, decease, Adj- dead, lifeless; deceased,
adj. immortal, lasting.
n. failure; stampede, panic.
v.t. exclude, shut out.
n. abasement, debauchery, corruption, degradation, disrepute; adulteration.
n. argument, dispute, controversy; forum,v. argue, discuss, dispute;
v. corrupt, ruin.
dissolute; sentimental, nostalgic; blasé, cynical.
to make feeble; weaken
n. rubbish, rubble, detritus, wreckage, ruins, trash.
State of owing money n. debt, indebtedness, obligation,v. be in debt, owe; Adj- indebted, liable,
v.t. disabuse, set straight debunk be in debt, owe; incur or contract a debt indebted,
a first public appearance on a stage, on television, etc.
v.i. to leave a camp; break camp
n. & v.the act of dying; departure from life; death.
n. fraud, artifice, cheating.
adj. decorous, chaste, pure in heart; acceptable, reasonable, tolerable; virtuous, modest.
deceptiveness; falseness deceive, take in; defraud, cheat,
v. determine, elect, choose, settle, fix; make up one’s mind; arbitrate.
v. destroy, wipe out.
v.t. make out, decode; translate, interpret.
n. firmness, resolution; judgment, determination; verdict, finding.
adj. final, conclusive, resolute.
n. floor, platform, flooring; quarterdeck, forecastle,v.t. deck out, bedeck, ornament,
v.i. recite, harangue, rant.
n. droop, slant, slope; decadence, wasting, aging,v. worsen, slump; refuse.
disintegration, decay, corruption decompose,
diminution; lessening, subtraction decrease, diminish, lessen, shrink;
n. command, edict, ordinance, law, fiat; judgment.
n. reduction, loss.
on one’s last legs (inf.), ready for the scrap heap (inf.).
v. blame, censure.
v.t. devote, consecrate; inscribe
v. infer, conclude, derive; reason, reckon, assume, opine, think, believe.
removal, excision; subtraction deduct, subduct, subtract,
n. act, action, feat, achievement, exploit; conveyance, transfer.
v. consider, judge, regard; assess; calculate, reckon.
v.t. belittle, trivialize, minimize, downplay.
adj.extending far in width; broad: deep lace; a deep border.
adj. established, inveterate, rooted.
v.t.to spoil or mar the surface, legibility, or appearance of; disfigure
v.t. traduce, vilify, revile, calumniate, asperse, abuse, malign, slander.
n. omission, breach, neglect; nonpayment, delinquency, arrears; avoidance, nonappearance.
v.t. thwart, frustrate, foil, outwit; rout,overcome, beat, vanquish, n. frustration, setback
n. blemish, fault, flaw, imperfection; deficiency, lack,v.i. desert, flee, abandon.
v.t. support, prove; vindicate.
n. accused, suspect, [co]respondent.
protection, guard, ward defend, go to bat for, stick up for defending, defensive; protective,
adj. helpless, exposed, unprotected, open, bare, vulnerable.
adj. justifiable, tenable, warrantable.
v. delay, suspend, postpone, stay, procrastinate; submit, yield, give in, abide by, respect.
dare, challenge defy, dare, double-dare, beard, brave defying, daring; with arms akimbo,
adj. lacking, wanting, inadequate, insufficient, imperfect, incomplete.
n. shortfall,a lack or shortage; deficiency.
v.t.to make foul, dirty, or unclean; pollute; taint; debase.
v.t. explain, interpret; prescribe; describe, circumscribe, limit, demarcate.
adj. exact, explicit, plain, limited, precise, unequivocal.
adj. conclusive, fixed, final.
v.t. exhaust, empty; reduce, humble, lower.
v. to turn or cause to turn aside from a course; swerve
v.t. ravish, despoil.
n. malformation, disfigurement, distortion, ugliness, imperfection, formlessness.
v.t. swindle, cheat, dupe, fleece.
v.to furnish or provide money for (costs, expenses, etc);
adj. dextrous, skillful.
v.t.to offer effective resistance to: a fort that defies attack.
n. deterioration,de-moralization; viciousness, depravity, turpitude, vice.
v. humiliate, shame, debase, demean; degenerate.
grade, extent, measure, amount compare; calibrate; rank,
v.to remove water from (the body or a tissue).
Lat. by the grace of God.
v.t. worship, exalt, apotheo-,
v. condescend, lower oneself, evaporate.
Divinity; Godhead infinite power, omnipotence create, uphold,
dejectedness, depression grief, chagrin, sorrow,
v. put off, retard, defer, postpone; linger,n. postponement, stay; procrastination.
adj. delightful, delicious, exquisite.
n. deputy, envoy, emissary, agent.v.t. commission, entrust, depute, empower.
v.t. erase, cancel, expunge, take out, cross out, excise, dele.
adj. injurious. injurious to health
adj. intentional, studied; cool, careful,.v.i. ponder, consider, think, weigh.
n. sensitiveness, tact, nicety; frailty, daintiness, exactness;
adj. delectable, delightful, luscious, toothsome, palatable, savory.
n. joy, rapture. —v. please, thrill.
adj. pleasing, enjoyable, charming, attractive, alluring.
v.t. sketch, draw, limn, portray, outline, depict, describe.
adj. neglectful, negligent,n. defaulter; transgressor, troublemaker,
adj. mad, raving, wandering, unbalanced, frenzied.
v. discharge, give forth, emit,
n. surrender; conveyance; childbirth, parturition; rescue, escape, salvation,
v.t. Obsolete . to mock or frustrate the hopes or aims of.
n. flood, inundation; downpour, spate; plethora.
n. deception; illusion, fantasy, misconception, hallucination.
v.i. research,to carry on intensive and thorough research for data,
n. instigator, agitator, rabble-rouser.
v.t. require, charge; levy, exact, order, call for, claim, requisition.
adj. arduous, difficult; credit. insistent, exacting.
n. death;death or decease.
v. discharge,to disband (troops, an army, etc.).
demonry, demonology possess, obsess, bewitch, demonize demonic,
v. to explain or illustrate by experiment, example, etc
Act of proving.N.demonstration, substantiation, proof,V. demonstrate, prove, confirm
v.t. disconcert, dishearten; disorganize, confuse; corrupt.
v.t. downgrade, reduce, degrade, bust (sl.).
adj. common, popular; enchorial.
v.i. take exception, hesitate, object, scruple.n. objection; irresolution, delay.
adj. sedate, staid; modest, diffident, prim, coy.
n. lair, cavern; sanctum, study; dive, haunt, hangout.
n. negation, repudiation, refusal, contradiction; abnegation, temperance; disown, renounce.
v.t. blacken, defame.
v.t. designate, signify, indicate, express, mean, specify.
n. resolution, solution, end, outcome, effect.
v.t. stigmatize, condemn, decry, censure; arraign, charge, accuse; curse, rail at.
denseness, solidity, solidness solidify, concrete, set, take a set, consolidate dense,
n. indentation, depression, hollow, dimple.v.t. indent, buckle, mar.
n. accusation; disapprobation, censure, condemnation, arraignment; malediction, imprecation,
v.t. contradict, negate; refuse, withhold; doubt, reject; oppose, protest.
Lat. thank God. thanks to god
Lat. God willing.
n. antiperspirant, [air] freshener; cream, spray, or roll-on deodorant.
n. part, section, division; service, agency, bureau; sphere, domain, jurisdiction, business,
leaving, parting, decampment depart;
v.i. rely, trust; dangle, hang; be contingent, rest.
adj. reliable, trustworthy; faithful, steadfast.
n. dependence, reliance; appurtenance; territory, colony.
v.t.to represent by or as if by painting; portray; delineate.
v. to use up (supplies, money, energy, etc); reduce or exhaust
adj. lamentable, sad, regrettable, disastrous.
v. send, spread, or fan out; distribute, locate.
v.t. conduct (oneself), behave; expel, send away, banish, exile, expatriate.
v. swear, affirm, testify; dethrone, uncrown, unseat, oust, disbar.
n. precipitate, sediment, dregs, lees; vein; pledge, payment, security.
n. affidavit, testimony, affirmation; dethronement, deposal.
n. storehouse, warehouse, depot, vault, bank, treasury.
n. warehouse, depository; station.
n. degeneracy, corruption, turpitude, degradation, perversion.
v.t. protest, regret, disfavor, disapprove; expostulate, inveigh, or remonstrate (against).
v. disparage, derogate, decrease. discredit, belittle, cheapen, slump.
n. recession, slow-fall, rundown (inf.), knock (sl.). down.
v.t. dispossess, divest, de-ficiency.
deepness deepen; submerge, bury, sink deep,
n. agent, representative, delegate; substitute, proxy; envoy; factor; deputy sheriff.
n. craziness ; disturbance, upset, imbalance; confusion, disorder; disconcertment.
n. wreck, outcaster, drifter. —adj. stranded, abandoned, forsaken; , negligent, relinquishment
adj. derisory, mocking, sarcastic, contemptuous, supercilious, disdainful.
v. get, obtain, originate, arise; infer, cause, reasoning, attribution, extraction.
Fr. the last word; modern, cutting edge.
adj. depreciative, disparaging, defamatory, humiliating.
n. crane; [oil] rig. a jib crane having a boom hinged near the base of the mast so as to rotate about the mast
n. variation; counterpoint.e.g -music. —v.i. discourse, comment.
v.i. go down ; lower or debase oneself ,descend [up]on, attack.
a person or animal that is descended from a specific ancestor; an offspring.
descend, drop, or come down, fall, dive, gravitate descending; what goes up must come down,
account, describe, narrate, relate, descriptive, graphic, fact is stranger than fiction ,
v.t. profane. to divest of sacred or hallowed character or office.
v. leave, forsake, leave in the lurch, ditch , relinquishment. —n. reward, merit.
v.t. merit, be worthy of, be entitled to.
v. dry up, wither; dehydrate.e.g -dryness. Ant. moisten, water.
n. plan, scheme, project; representation, drawing, , pattern, method,draw, sketch.
v.t. name, specify, indicate, point out; appoint.e.g -nomenclature, choice, indication.
adj. artful, cunning.
wish, fancy desire, wish desirous, desiring, inclined you cannot have your cake and eat it too,
v.i. stop, cease, abstain, quit, forbear.e.g -end, discontinuance.
n. escritoire, secretary, lectern, counter; bureau.
bleak, barren, inhospitable, unpeopled; lonely, abandoned, comfortless, miserable.
n. hopelessness, sadness, dejection, despondency, discouragement. Ant. hope.
to send off promptly, as to a destination or to perform a task
n. bravo, outlaw, cutthroat, ruffian, thug.
adj. hopeless, incurable; reckless, rash, foolhardy; furious, heroic.e.g -rashness, hopelessness.
adj. detestable, hateful, contemptible.
v.t. scorn, disdain, hold in,
prep. in spite of, regardless of, notwithstanding; contrary to
v.t. pillage, plunder.
adj. downcast, melancholy, depressed, dejected, wretched; discouraged, dispirited.
n. dictatorship, autocracy, tyranny, oppression.e.g -severity, authority, illegality.
n. sweet, savory, confection, treat, trifle.e.g -sweetness, food.
n. goal, terminus, port; destiny, end, objective.e.g -intention.
future state, impend, hang or lie over, loom, approach destined, impending fate .
adj. wanting, lacking; insufficiency, poverty, bereft, penniless.
waste, dissolution, destroy, do or make away with, exterminate.
aimless, rambling, unmethodical, erratic.e.g -disorder, irregularity, deviation.
v.t. separate, disconnect, remove, unfix, unfasten.e.g -disjunction. Ant. attach.
separate, aloof, not intersted,alone.
n. separation, isolation, aloofness, alone.
particular, itemize, enumerate,complete,totality
v.t. delay, check, hold back; hold in custody; keep, retain.e.g -hindrance, restraint.
v.t. discover, find out, perceive, espy, ferret out.e.g -learning, knowledge, disclosure.
n. investigator, agent; policeman, operative, shadow, undercover man; house detective.
n. catch, pawl.
n. truce, relaxation (of international relations).e.g -pacification.
v.t. restrain, hinder, discourage, give pause.e.g -hindrance, fear. Ant. encourage, foster.
adj. detersive, clean[s]ing, washing; solvent.
debasement, deteriorate, degenerate deteriorated, altered ,
adj. fixed, definite.e.g -certainty. Ant. indeterminate.
n. resolution, will, firmness; judgment; measurement.
decide, resolve; end, settler,delimit, define, bound; find out, ascertain; specify, restrict.
adj. resolute, decisive.
adj. preventive, retardative, prohibitive, defensive. —n.
hate, abhor, despise, abominate.
v. set, touch, or let off; discharge, explode, blow up.
n. [fuse] cap, squib, powder, primer.e.g -violence.
n. deviation, digression, excursion; byway, bypass.
n. dweller, inhabitant. denomination, n. nomenclature.
n. harm, injury, deteri-,
Lat. device, gimpediment.e.g -disrepute, bad-mick.e.g -plan, sorcery. ness.
waste, ravage, evolution, crush.e.g -destruction, project, housing development.
v. evolve, unfold, mature, abode. grow; bring about, cultivate, pro-,
n. outgrowth, growth, expansion; story.
adj. perverted, aberrant. — duce, amplify; elaborate, pervert; sodomite, pederast.
Swerving,warp, refraction deviate, alter one’s course, turn off deviating, deviative, aberrant, errant ,
n. scheme, trick, stratagem, expedient; badge, motto; mechanism, instrument, invention, gadget.
n. demon; wretch, unfortunate , informal, bother, torment.e.g -discontent.
adj. diabolical, fiendish; extreme.e.g -demon, greatness.
adj. reckless, casual.e.g -rashness. Ant. cautious.
departing from the most direct way; circuitous; indirect
v.t. bequeath, will; produce, invent,fashion, concoct.e.g -giving, imagination, plan, transfer.
adj. lacking, without, destitute, empty.e.g -absence, insufficiency. Ant. replete.
v.t. give to, employ at; destine, dedicate, consecrate, resolution, worship.
enthusiast, fanatic, votary, follower, disciple.
n. dedication; piety, godliness; affection, love; (pl.) prayers, worship.
v.t. eat, wolf [down]; con sume, destroy.e.g -food, gluttony, destruction, use.
adj. pious, reverent, religious, godly, worshiping, fervent, sincere.
n. dewdrops, night damp.
adj. Skillful ,. Ant. awkward.
adj. devilish, demoniac, wicked, impious, malevolent.
n. crown, tiara.
diagnostics; analysis, examination, explanation; symptomatology, finding.
adj. aslant, oblique; catty-corner; inclined; tilted, pitched.e.g -obliquity.
n. plan, sketch, chart, blueprint, map. —v.t. draw, outline, layout.e.g -form.
n. face, indicator, gauge; disk.e.g -indication, communication, measurement.
n. language, tongue; vernacular, idiom, argot, patois, jargon, cant.e.g -speech.
n. conversation; part, speeches, lines, script.e.g -drama.
n. breadth, thickness, width, caliber, bore.e.g -length.
adj. absolute, complete
n. gem[stone], jewel, sparkler; diamond ring; ornament, goodness.
n. breech cloth, napkin.
n. midriff; pessary.
n. dysentery, Monte-zuma’s revenge, trots (sl.), runs (sl.).e.g -disease, excretion.
n. journal, log, chronicle; memoirs.e.g -writing, record.
n. denunciation ,
n.pl. slang, cubes, ivories; cheaters, doctors. —v.t. cube, cut up.e.g -disjunction.
adj. slang, risky, chancy ,
v.i. bargain, negotiate, haggle; trade, barter.
v.t. enjoin, command; draw up, say for transcription; domineer, browbeat.e.g -insolence.
adj. dogmatic, opinionated, despotic, arbitrary.e.g -severity, insolence, authority.
n. expression; enunciation.
n. wordbook, lexicon, vocabulary.e.g -publication.
n. saying, maxim; decision, judgment; pronouncement.e.g -affirmation.
precipitous, vertical, steep.e.g -transparency, sim-pleness.
v.i. Perish ,leave of your body.
stubborn, obstinate; inflexible, dogmatic, conservative; fanatic, bigot, stability, obstinacy.
Lat. day of wrath; judgment day.
food, edibles, intake, regimen. food, remedy, council.
differentness, unlikeness, variance be different, differ, mismatch, contrast.
findout, particular-distinguish, change,difference, speciality.
hardness, impracticability , try one’s patience difficult, not easy, tough, troublesome.
adj. shy, timid; restrained. Dispersed,diffuseness.
v. scatter, disperse,
expatiation, enlargement, descant, diffuse, profuse,, diffusely
spade, excavate, labor,unearth.
v.t. transform; absorb, assimilate; shorten,, condense.
n. member, finger, toe; dewclaw; figure, numeral, cipher, number.
v.t. ennoble, exalt, distinguish.e.g -repute. Ant. degrade, disgrace.
n. official, officer.
n. repute; nobility, eminence; pride, stateliness, decorum; greatness, station, honor.
v.i. diverge, ramble, deviate, wander.e.g -deviation, loquacity, diffuseness.
n. embankment, levee; ditch.
adj. decayed, disintegrating, crumbling, tumbledown, ramshackle.e.g -deterioration.
v. expatiate, descant; stretch, distend, enlarge.e.g -increase, expansion, diffuseness.
adj. delaying, procrastinating.e.g -lateness. Ant. timely, prompt.
n. predicament, perplexity, quandary.e.g -doubt, difficulty.
n. amateur, enthusiast; dabbler, lightweight, pretender, faker.
n. application, industry, activity;.
adj. thin, weak, watery.e.g -water, weakness. Ant. full strength.
n. amplitude, area, extent, measurement, size, length.
v. lessen, reduce, shrink, traction. Ant. increase. abridge; wane, dwindle, peter out, ,
adj. small, little, tiny, decrease.e.g -littleness, con- wee.e.g -littleness.
obscurity, be or grow dim; flicker, twinkle, dim, dull, lackluster, dingy, darkish ,
n. hollow, dent. any similar slight depression.
adj. nearsighted
n. slang, dunce ,a stupid or slow-thinking person,Origin:
n. noise, clamor ; discord, cacophony.
n. dining car, luncheonette, lunchroom, eatery (inf.).e.g -food.
adj. discolored, grimy, dirty, tarnished.e.g -dimness, colorlessness, uncleanness.
n. supper, buffet, TV or frozen dinner; banquet.e.g -food.
n. brontosaurus, etc. old dog, relic, fossil.e.g -oldness.
n. district, region.
n. plunge, dive; hollow; swim. immerse, plunge; sink.
n. certification, commission, franchise; degree, sheepskin (inf.).e.g -evidence.
not committed; finesse, tactful, cunning, shrewdness, strategy.
n. envoy, ambassador; statesman; foreign-service officer.e.g -cunning, compromise, agent.
n. scoop, ladle. a person or thing that dips
adj. appalling, calamitous, fateful, dreadful, ominous; deplorable.e.g -fear, adversity.
guide, lead; regulate, govern, conduct, head, manage, supervise, coach.
set, take aim, point toward, direction, straight, undeviating,
serving to direct; directing: a directive board.
adv. straightway, immediately, instantly, promptly,
manager, governor, rector, comptroller, guide, pilot, shepherd, conductor,
n. index, guide; council.
requiem, threnody, funeral hymn, elegy. lamentation. dirigible, blimp.
n. earth, soil; dust, mud, etc.; gossip.e.g -land, uncleanness, information.
unclean, filthy, soiled, foul; murky,dishonest,impurity, cloudiness.
v.t. incapacitate, cripple, damage, unfit, maim.e.g -impotence.
n. drawback, check, hindrance.
adj. underprivileged, handicapped, disabled.e.g -hindrance.
discord, discordance disagree, vary; clash, jar, contend disagreeing, discordant, discrepant,
evanescence; disappear, vanish, dissolve, evanesce,disappearing, vanishing, evanescent; ,
annoy, anger.to fail to fulfill the expectations or wishes of
sad or bitter disappointment, be disappointed, not realize one’s hopes.
dislike; object to, take exception to; disapprobatory, disapproving.
v. demilitarize; pull one’s teeth; pacify, appease, charm,
n. confusion, disorder.
n. calamity, cataclysm, misfortune, catastrophe, tragedy.e.g -adversity, evil.
v. break up, dismiss, dissolve.e.g -disjunction, dispersion.
n. disbelieve,the inability or refusal to believe or to accept something as true.
v.t. pay out, spend, expend, lay out; allot, apportion.e.g -payment, apportionment.
cast off, reject, abandon, repudiate, throw aside.
v.t. espy; discover, perceive,
dismiss, deselect, retire; expel, emit; shoot, fireunload, acquit.
n. follower, devotee, adherent, pupil.e.g -learning, auxiliary.
training, regimen, drill, practice; obedience, restraint, control, repression.
v.t. disavow, deny, repudiate; disown, renounce.e.g -nullification, negation.
divulgence, unveiling, revealing, disclose, detect, expository, revelatory
v. stain; fade.e.g -deterioration, colorlessness.
v.t. embarrass, disconcert; frustrate; confuse.e.g -hindrance, success.
n. uneasiness, distress, annoyance, embarrassment; pain, soreness. Ant. comfort, ease.
upset, discompose, perplex, confuse; frustrate, thwart.
to sever or interrupt the connection of or between; detach
adj. inconsolable, comfortless, hopeless; melancholy, forlorn, sad.
discontentment, displeasure; discontented, dissatisfied, disgruntled, ,
discontinuity; disruption; , intermit, broken, interrupted,discordance, disaccord.
discontent. dissimilarity, n.
n.the full name of disco, disco, nightclub.
v.t. rebate, reduce; deduct, lessen. allowance; markdown, rebate, deduction; percentage.
v.t. disconcert, abash; disapprove of.
dishearten, dismay; dissuade, deter,not encourage
v.i. converse, talk, discuss; declaim, hold forth, dissertate,
discourteousness; be rude; with a bad grace.
uncover, reveal, disclose, manifest; findout; detect, unearth, vision, knowledge, learning.
revelation, disclosure; detection, first sight or glimpse; invention, innovation.
v.t. disparage, stigmatize, shame; doubt, disbelieve,disrepute.
prudent, judicious, careful, tactful, cautious.
n. inconsistency, disagreement.
adj. separate, distinct; discontinuous
n. judgment; tact, finesse, taste.
differentiation, critical perception, discernment; bias, prejudice, exclusion.
adj. wandering, rambling, desultory, digressive.
v.t. talk over, debate, canvass, argue; analyze, explain.
n. scorn, contempt; arrogance, hauteur.
weakness.illness, sickness, ailment, temperature; suffer, fever.
v.i. land; deplane, detrain, etc.to go ashore from a ship.
to rid of or free from enchantment, illusion, credulity
v.t. cut loose, [set] free, release.
extricate,free; untanglel; organize; comb, card, liberation, freedom.
n. displeasure, disesteem.e.g -disrespect. Ant. favor.
v.t. deface, mar, mutilate, blemish.e.g -deterioration, distortion, formlessness, ugliness.
v.t. vomit ,to eject or throw out from the throat, mouth, or stomach; vomit forth.
v.t. degrade, abase, dishonor, humiliate; shame, discredit.e.g -disrepute, humility. Ant. honor.
adj. cross ,displeased and discontented; sulky
n. camouflage, makeup, dissimulation, concealment, mask.
v.t. nauseate, sicken, offend,aversion.
n. plate, saucer, etc.; serving; recipe; (pl.) tableware.e.g -receptacle, food.
v.t. discourage, dispirit.e.g -dejection. Ant. encourage, cheer.
v.t. muss, tousle. to let down, as hair, or wear or let hang in loose disorder, as clothing.
adj. false, untrustworthy, deceitful, cheating, fraudulent, crooked.e.g -falsehood, improbity.
treachery, infamy; infidelity, adultery; disgrace, shame; default .
disillusionment, disenchantment, revelation; disappointment, cynicism.
v.t. dissuade, indispose, discourage.e.g -dislike, dissua-prive.e.g -nullification.
v.t. sterilize, sanitize, pu- rify,
n. antiseptic, germi- cide.
v.t. disown, cut off, de- prive.
break up, separate, crumble, dissolve, fall apart.
v.t. dig up, unearth.
disconnection, disunity, fall to pieces; disjoined, inarticulate,
n. plate, record, discus; face; floppy or fixed disk; wafer; wheel.
distaste, disinclination; dislike, mislike; averse.
v.t. displace, disarrange; disjoin, disarticulate.e.g -disjunction, discontinuance.
v.t. displace, topple; expel, evict, drive out.e.g -ejection, displacement.
adj. unfaithful, false; untrue, inconstant.e.g -improbity. Ant. loyal, faithful.
adj. cheerless, depressing, gloomy; doleful, somber, funereal.
v.t. take apart; raze, demolish; disrobe, undress.e.g -divestment, uselessness, disuse.
n. consternation, terror; discouragement. —v.t. appall; discourage.e.g -fear, dejection.
v.t. disjoint, disarticulate, dissect, tear limb from limb, cut to pieces.e.g -disjunction.
send away; discharge, liberate; cancel , liberation.
v.t. take apart, dismantle.e.g -disjunction. —v.i. get off, climb down.e.g -arrival, descent.
insubordination, contumacy; disobey, violate, infringe; disobedient, uncomplying, uncompliant, ,
disorderly, orderless, out of order, out of place,mess
v.t. upset, disrupt, disorder, derange.e.g -destruction. Ant. organize, arrange.
v.t. confuse, bewilder
v.t. disinherit; disclaim, repudiate, deny, disavow.e.g -negation, nullification.
depreciate, discredit, belittle, decry, run down; asperse, traduce.
n. inequality, unbalance.
send; expedite accomplish. —message, telegram; promptness, expedition, speed
v.t. scatter, dissipate, disperse, dissolve.e.g -destruction, dispersion.
adj. redundant, needless, unnecessary.e.g -repetition.
v.t. distribute, apportion; administer; excuse, exempt.e.g -giving, apportionment, exemption.
scatter, distribute, dispersed, diffuse, disseminated,here and there, everywhere,
v.t. discourage, dishearten.
misplacement, dislocation , displace, dislocate, displant, displaced, misplaced, dislocated,
exhibition; pomp, manifest, disclose; flaunt, show off,evidence, appearance.
offend, annoy, irritate, disturb, discontent, resentment.
v.t. arrange; regulate, adjust; incline.e.g -authority, arrangement, tendency.
adj. tending, inclined, prone, bent (upon), fain.e.g -will.
arrangement, classification, disposal, distribution, nature, inclination, tendency,
v.t. evict, dislodge; confiscate, usurp.e.g -displacement, acquisition.
v.t. refute, confute, explode, defeat.e.g -negation, confutation. Ant. prove, demonstrate.
contradict,doubt , quarrel, wrangle, disputation, debate, argument, disagreement.
v.t. disable, unfit, incapacitate, disfranchise.e.g -impotence.
disquietude, agitation, uneasiness, anxiety, unrest; commotion.
v.t. ignore, neglect, overlook; disobey, defy; underestimate.e.g -disrespect, contempt.
n. impairment, dilapidation.e.g -deterioration.
disreputableness, shameful, disgraceful, discreditable,
disesteem, disregard, disestimation, hold in disrespect,, irreverent, , contempt, detraction.
v. undress . Ant. dress.
disorganize, disturb, upset; mess up, play havoc with; separate. destruction, disorder.
v.t. slang, show disrespect for
v.t. discontent, displease,
v.t. cut up, anatomize; examine, analyze.e.g -disjunction, inquiry, decomposition.
v. pretend, feign, dissimulate; camouflage, conceal.e.g -concealment, falsehood.
v. distribute, sow
dissension, dissidence, discordance, differ,
essay, thesis, term paper, theme; discourse, discuss, monographic.
n. disfavor, wrong, injustice.e.g -evil. Ant. favor. dissidence, n. disagreement, dissent,
v.t. scatter, dispel, diffuse; waste, squander.e.g -use, dispersion, impurity.
adj. dissolute, profligate, debauched, licentious; dispersed,
adj. vicious, dissipated.e.g -intemperance, impurity.
liquefy, break up, end; melt, fade.
n. discord, cacophony, inharmoniousness; disagreement, dissension. Ant. harmony, concord.
determent, deterrent, dehortation, dissuade,
distance, farness; extend, reach, spread,Adfar off, far away,
n. aversion, dislike.
unpalatable, unappetizing, unpleasant, offensive,
v. stretch, expand, dilate, inflate, swell.e.g -expansion.
v. extract, express, concentrate; drip, trickle, evaporate; purify.
separate, unattached, discrete; definite, different, explicit, unmistakable, clear, well-defined.
n. difference, separateness, variation; discrimination, elegance; eminence, importance, repute.
adj. distinguishing, characteristic.e.g -speciality, difference.
differentiate, characterize; separate, discriminate; discern,
adj. notable, renowned, celebrated, eminent.
distortion, contortion; twist, warp, crook, distorted, contorted,
v.t. divert, turn aside; confuse, entertain, amuse.
distraught, . agitated, frenzied, frantic; bewildered.e.g -excitement, insanity, inattention.
discomfort,pain,trouble, affliction, harassment, grief, calamity, adversity.
allot, parcel, apportion; disperse, scatter; divide, classify.
n. region, province, ward, quarter, section, tract, bailiwick.
doubt, suspicion, suspect, disbelieve, mistrust,
worry, agitate, disquiet, trouble; disarrange, confuse; interrupt, unsettle.
confusion, tumult, riot, disorder; commotion, agitation, perturbation.
adj. unbalanced, touched
Nou- disuse, forbearance, abstinence; Ver- disuse, not use;Phrases—rights are lost by disuse.
channel, trench, gully, canal, watercourse.
n. fluster, commotion, twitter, flurry, confusion.e.g -agitation, excitement.
adj. informal, frivolous, eccentric, flighty
adv. as before, again, likewise; in the same way.e.g -copy.
n. a poem intended to be sung. Song.a short, simple song,
n. prima donna,a distinguished female singer; prima donna.
v.i. stray, digress.e.g -deviation, diffuseness.
n. sofa, couch; council
n. plunge, dip, swoop; nosedive, power dive; slang, honkytonk.e.g -descent, drinking.
separate, branch off, deviate; differ, vary, disagree, swerve; detach; disagreement.
difference; deviation; dispersion; , branching off, variation; disagreement; divergency.
adj. unlike, varied.
v. vary; variegate.e.g -difference, variegation.
amusement, entertainment, pastime, recreation, sport; variation, change, deviation.
n. difference, dissimilarity, variation, variety.e.g -variegation.
v.t. amuse, beguile, entertain; distract, turn aside.e.g -amusement, deviation.
divestiture; uncover, denude, bare; divested, denuded, bare, naked, shorn,
separate; partition, allot, assign; splitt; distribute, share;
n. share, part, portion; interest, bonus, plum.e.g -apportionment, payment.
n. prediction, prophecy, augury, guess; sorcery.
godlike, superhuman; celestial, heavenly; holy, spiritual; religious.
severance, separation, disunion,disjunction; partitionment; part, section; unit, group.
divorcement, get a divorce or an annulment, Phrase get separated legaly
v.t. disclose, reveal, let sliptell.
adj. giddy, light-headed; slang, silly, mixed-up, flighty.
perform, achieve, contrive, manage; solve, finish, work out; serve, render; informal,
adj. gentle, tractable, teachable, submissive.e.g -consent, submission.
berth, anchorage, marina, boat or ship’s basin, jetty; harbor, pris-oner’s dock, witness stand.
calendar, agenda, register; label.
adj. theoretical; dogmatic.
n. creed, theory, dogma, tenet, principle.e.g -belief.
n. instrument, writing, documentation, record, evidence.
v.i. tremble, totter, shake.
v. elude, evade, escape, avoid, duck.e.g -deviation, avoidance, cunning.
a person or thing that does something, especially a person who gets things done with vigor and efficiency.
v.t. take off ,the act of removing bobbins, material
canine, pup[py, bitch, slut; doggy (inf.); pooch, mutt (both sl.).
adj. obstinate, persistent.
adj. inelegant, crude; burlesque.e.g -inelegance. —n. poetastery, macaronics.e.g -poetry.
n. doctrine, tenet, precept.
dictatorial, imperious, arrogant, positive, opinionated.
Ital. idleness.pleasant idleness
n.pl. lull, calm; depression, despondency, dejection; blues, dumps.
n. alms, pittance, handout.e.g -insufficiency, giving.
adj. sorrowful, sad.
n. dolly; , Barbie [doll]; puppet, Muppet, marionette, figurine; baby[doll], sweetheart. beauty.
n. single, one; buck, bean, iron man, simoleon, cartwheel (all sl.).e.g -money.
n. doll; hand truck.e.g -amusement, transportation.
adj. mournful ,full of, expressing, or causing pain or sorrow; grievous; mournful
n. porpoise, sea hog or pig, cetacean.e.g -animal.
a dull, stupid person; blockhead.
n. realm, dominion, territory; region, land, sphere [of action]; estate
n. vault, cupola.
household, homely; family; internal; native, homegrown, home-bred; , inhabitant. —n. servant.
domesticate, tame, breed, rear, train,domesticated, domestic, tame,
govern, control; domineer, overbear; predominate, stand out.
v.i. tyrannize, overbear, bully.e.g -insolence, severity.
n. power, authority; domain, state, territory.e.g -region, possession.
n. bone; cloak, half-mask.
v.t. assume, put on.e.g -clothing. Ant. doff.
n. contribution, gift, present, benefaction, grant.e.g -giving, liberality.
n. ass, jackass, burro; blockhead, fool.e.g -animal, folly.
n. dispute, brawl
n. fence-sitter, [time] waster, drone, idler.e.g -inactivity.
n. slang, scribble, sketch
a gadget; dingus; thingumbob.
destiny, fate, fortune; judgment, condemnation; destruction, death.
doorway, gate, portal, entrance, exit; barrier; inlet, outlet, path.
n. doorman, porter, gatekeeper, concierge, sentry, access controller.e.g -safety.
n. hint, information; informal, drug, stimulant; slang, dunce.e.g -remedy, ignorance, drugs.
quiescent.e.g -latency, inactivity. Ant. active. dormitory, n. quarters, hostel, dorm abode.
dosage, measure, portion; mouthful, venereal disease.
n. file, folder, papers, documents, record.
n. spot, speck, point; jot, whit, iota; dowry.e.g -littleness, possession.
n. senility, feebleness; fondness.
v.i. like, be fond of; worship, adore, be infatuated,
adj. twofold, duplicate, duplex, dual. —v.t. duplicate, ,
n. equivocation, double entendre, ambiguity.
v.t. slang, betray.
adj. & n. treachery.
n. gibberish, jargon, nonsense, cant. See,
dubiousness, dubiety, be doubtful, disbelieve, discredit; unbelieving, incredulous, skeptical;,
adv. unquestionably
n. cruller, beignet, fried cake, dunker (sl.), tire (sl.).e.g -food.
adj. redoubtable, fearless, strong, brave, bold, gallant, daring, spunky.e.g -courage.
adj. sour, sullen; harsh, hard.e.g -severity, discourtesy.
v. soak, drench, souse; put out, extinguish.e.g -water, darkness.
v. match, interlock, fit.
n. widow; matron, grande dame, beldam; battle-ax (sl.).e.g -female.
adj. frumpy, frowsy, down-at-the-heels; inelegant, old-fashioned.e.g -inelegance, vulgarity.
to provide with a dower or dowry.
adv. downward; under, beneath, below.e.g -lowness, descent. Ant. up, above.
adj. needy, destitute, poor, on the skids.e.g -poverty. Ant. well-off, on easy street.
adj. downhearted, dejected, modest, bashful.e.g -humility, dejection. Ant. upbeat, happy.
drop, disgrace, demotion; overthrow, defeat; collapse, crash. descent, failure, destruction
a downward slope, especially of a road
adj. dejected, discouraged, downcast, sad.e.g -dejection. Ant. happy, cheerful.
to treat or speak of (something) so as to reduce emphasis on its importance, value, strength
n. cloudburst, deluge.
plainly, bluntly; extremely; thoroughly, completely, frank, absolute; direct, complete,
n. stoppage, delay
adj. sensible, practical.e.g -simpleness, possibility.
oppressed, treated like dirt; underprivileged.
n. drop, slump , Ant. upturn, improvement.
Also, down·wards. from a higher to a lower place or condition.
adj. fluffy, feathery, fleecy, flocculent, soft.e.g -softness.
n. dower, dot; inheritance.
n. & v.i. snooze, nap, drowse.
grayish, brownish, dun; monotonous, dull,, uninteresting.
n. sketch, outline; breeze, air current, wind; drink, dram;,
n. recruit, inductee, conscript; rookie,
n. delineator; artist, drafter.
v. draw, pull, tow, tug, haul; protract, draw out;,
v. draw off, empty, exhaust, leak, drip, dry up. —n. outlet, spout, sewer, ditch, gutter.
n. draft, drink.
the stage, legitimate theater, act, play, perform; , put on the stage.
Lat. cast [of characters]. the characters in a play.
n. drapery, curtain, tapestry; hang, fall, look. shape, cut; dress, clothe,, shroud, veil.
adj. radical, extreme, stringent, severe; rash, impulsive.e.g -severity.
haul, drag, pull, extract; attract,depict, sketch; draft; painting displace; inhale; elicit, tie.
hindrance, handicap, clog, encumbrance, restraint; objection, disadvantage.
n. picture, sketch, plan; delineation.e.g -painting. —drawing card, draw, attraction.
n. brogue, burr ,to say or speak in a slow manner, usually prolonging the vowels.
to fear greatly; be in extreme apprehension of
adj. fearful, dire, frightful, shocking, horrible; awful, bad.e.g -fear, badness.
vision, fantasy; daydream, chimera, nightmare; delusion, hallucination,imagination
vague, fanciful; peaceful; informal, delightful, wonderful. content, goodness.
cheerless, gloomy, sober; depressing, lonely, wearisome, tedious. dejection, weariness.
v. clear, dig up
residue, sediment, grounds, heeltaps; scum, riffraff, off-scourings. populace, uncleanness
v.t. douse, souse, soak, wet, saturate.e.g -water, moisture.
clothe, attire; adorn, garnish, decorate; align, bandage. costume, apparel; frock, gown.
n. bureau, chest [of drawers], vanity [table], dressing table.e.g -receptacle.
decoration, ornament; sauce, seasoning, stuffing; garnish; bandage, application.
n. seamstress; stylist, fashion designer, modiste, couturier, couturière.e.g -clothing.
stylish, fashionable, smart, chic; formal, fancy, showy.
v. slaver, drivel; trickle.e.g -egress, excretion.
pile, heap, deposit; movement, deviation; tendency, meaning.
n. nomad, hobo ,a person or thing that drifts
v. pierce, bore; train, exercise, practice; quiz.e.g -opening, teaching, exertion, repetition.
imbibing, potation liquid, sip, lap; take a drop, tipple, guzzle,—alcohol
v.i. drop, dribble, trickle; leak, percolate.e.g -water.
adj. wrinkle-free, no-iron, wash-and-wear, permanent or durable press
propel, urge forward, pursue; steer, control, carry out, thrust; , force, travel, energy
drool, slaver, slobber, babble, talk nonsense, dote. unmeaningness, excretion.
chauffeur, teamster, wagoner, cabman, cabby.
n. & v. sprinkle, mist, rain, spray.e.g -water.
adj. comical, amusing.a droll person; jester; wag.
n. monotone, hum, buzz.
v.i. drivel, slaver.
bend, slouch, sag; sink, decline, waste; wilt. dejection, disease, weakness, pendency.
v. let fall; give up, abandon; fall, plunge; faint, collapse; cease, terminate,
n. refuse; slag; waste.e.g -uselessness, remainder.
n. aridity, dryness, thirst; lack, scarcity.e.g -insufficiency. Ant. flood(ing).
suffocate; submerge, inundate; go down , water, killing, silence, death, loudness, failure.
adj. sleepy, somnolent; lazy, languid.e.g -weariness. drudge, v.i. toil, slave, grub, plod,
medicine, prescription, remedy; narcotic, dope, put to sleep. insensibility, sufficiency.
n. apothecary, pharmacist, chemist.e.g -remedy.
therapeutic drugs , take or do drugs, —addicted; high, dusted; ,
v. tap or beat time, play the drums.
adj. intoxicated, tipsy. —n. drunkard, sot, alcoholic.
adj. arid, thirsty barren, sterile; humorless, grave.
dryness, aridness, dehydration, anhydration, sponge, swab, wipe .
adj. duplex, twofold, double, duplicate, twin, binary.e.g -numeration.
v.t. name, call, invest.
adj. doubtful, uncertain; questionable, unreliable.e.g -doubt. Ant. certain.
v. nod, bob; dodge, avoid, elude; dip, immerse, plunge. —n. drake.e.g -avoidance, water, birds.
n. channel, canal, tube, pipe, flue.e.g -passage.
tractile, malleable; yielding; compliant, docile, obedient.softness, obedience, elasticity.
n. failure; (pl.) informal, clothing.
owed, outstanding, unpaid; rightful,appropriate, ; lawful, justice, rightness, expedience, debt,
n. single combat, contest, competition, rivalry; affair of honor.e.g -contention.
n.pl. assessment, fee; deserts.e.g -payment, price.
n. pair, couple, twosome.
n. peddler; mediocre player,
unsharp, blunt, uninteresting, boring, lifeless, lethargic; lackluster, stale, slowness.
adv. properly; punctually.e.g -attribution, earliness.
v.t. confound, flabbergast, disconcert; astonish.e.g -surprise.
naphonia, muteness, aphony, ; deaf-mutism, voicelessness; silence, informal, ignorance.
deaf,mute; puppet,proxy, agent, stand-in. representation, substitution.
unload; abandon,, scrap, junk, discard, ditch . trash heap, junkpile, ; store, depository.
n. spaetzle, gnocchi, matzo [balls].
adj. stocky, chubby, chunky,
v.t. bill, press for payment.
n. dullard, moron, fool, dunderhead, simpleton, simple Simon, nitwit; dolt, oaf, clod; bonehead,
n. sand hill or ridge, mound.
n. excrement, manure, droppings.
n.pl. jeans, overalls, Levi’s, chinos.
n. pit, cell; jail, donjon, prison; black hole of Calcutta.
any flavorful sauce, dip, gravy, etc., into which portions of food are dipped before eating.
n. gull, victim, cully, cat’s paw; fool; puppet, tool;,
facsimile, double, replica,copy, reduplication, repetition; renewal; counterpart;,
n. double dealing, two facedness, treachery, deceitfulness, fraud, guile, hypocrisy,
long lasting, remain, abide, durable, lasting, hardy, heavy-duty;,
n. term, time, period; continuance, persistence.e.g -permanence.
n. coercion; restraint,im-prisonment.e.g -compulsion.
prep. pending, through, in the time of, until.e.g -time.
twilight,semidarkness, gloom, half-light, dimness, darkness.
n. powder; earth, soil; dirt, lint, ash, soot, flue.e.g -powderiness, uncleanness.
moral obligation, accountability, liability, be responsible, obligatory, binding, imperative
midget, pygmy, runt, shrimp, littleness, demon. shortness, contraction, inferiority.
live, reside, abide; hang out, abode, inhabitant.
a building or place of shelter to live in; place of residence; abode; home.
v.i. diminish, shrink, lessen, run low, waste away.e.g -decrease.
v.t. & n. color, tint, stain. — dyed in the wool, complete, thoroughgoing
adj. moribund, terminal
n. slang, lesbian, amazon, butch (inf.).e.g -female.
adj. forceful, vigorous, potent, impelling; propulsive.e.g -power, impulse.
n. lineage, line, succession.e.g -authority, posterity.
n. flux; diarrhea; cramps; the grips, trots, or runs (sl.).e.g -disease, excretion.
adv. apiece, severally, seriatim, respectively.e.g -speciality. —adj. every.e.g -generality.
desirous, keen, fervent, hotheaded, earnest, intent; zealous, ardent, anxious.
n. bald, sea, or golden eagle, erne, ringtail, eaglet, harpy.e.g -animal.
n. head, spike; auricle, concha; handle, knob; heed, observance.e.g -attention, hearing.
informal; gossip, a piece of one’s mind, bawling out.
punctuality, promptitude- early, beforehand, jump the gun, , timely, first come, first served;,
any identifying or distinguishing mark or characteristic ,a mark on the ear of a domestic animal
work for, gain, win; deserve, merit, rate; make a living, be gainfully employed.
intense, serious, purposeful, determined; sincere; important; diligent; eager, fervent, ardent.
pay, payment,money earned; wages; profits.
adj. mundane, temporal.e.g -limit, possibility.
n. crockery, china, pottery, ceramics, stoneware.e.g -materials.
n. earth-dweller, mortal, terrestrian; flesh and blood.e.g -humanity. Ant. extraterrestrial.
terrestrial; material, worldly, sensual, temporal, mundane, spiritual, celestial.
n. tremor, seism, quake, shock.e.g -violence.
adj. informal. imperiling, challenging, or affecting basic beliefs, attitudes, relationships, etc.
n. rampart ,excavation and piling of earth in connection with an engineering operation.
crude, unrefined; elemental, simple, primitive, down-to-earth; robust, vigorous.
comfort, relief;convenience; facility,naturalness. lessen, relax; facilitate, smooth,
n. tripod. a stand or frame for supporting or displaying at an angle an artist's canvas, a blackboard
adj. east, oriental.
comfortable, restful, untroubled; free, unconstrained, natural, graceful; effortless .
happy-go-lucky, cheerful; unconcerned, untroubled, careless; effortless.
v. consume, devour, eat up, feed, fare; erode, corrode, wear, rust.e.g -food, deterioration.
v.i. listen in, spy, snoop, overhear; bug, tap.e.g -hearing, curiosity.
recede, fall back, outflow, withdraw; decline; waste, decay.
adj. excited; boiling.e.g -excitement, agitation.
irregular, deviating; peculiar, odd, strange, bizarre, singular; erratic, cranky, abnormal.
adj. churchly, sacerdotal, priestly, clerical.e.g -clergy. Ant. lay.
n. grade, position.e.g -degree, arrangement.
reverberate, resound, reply, ring; repeat, reproduce.
adj. selective. selecting or choosing from various sources.
obscure, darken, cloud, hide, outshine, surpass, overshadow,darkness, concealment.
n. conservation; ecosystem; autecology, etc.e.g -environment.
economy, frugality,austerity,good housekeeping,, management save, scrimp; careful.
n. rapture, joy, transport, bliss, exaltation; gladness, enthusiasm; trance, frenzy,
n. countercurrent, vortex, whirlpool.
verge, brink, brow, brim, curb, margin, edge, , bound, rim, fringe,border
adj. on edge, irritable, nervous.e.g -irascibility, excitability.
adj. palatable. Usually, edibles. edible substances; food. fit to be eaten as food; eatable; esculent.
n. decree, bull, law, fiat, proclamation.e.g -command.
n. instruction, enlightenment, education.e.g -teaching.
n. building, structure.
revise, arrange, digest, correct, prepare; select, adapt, compile; improvement, publication.
n. redaction; issue, impression, printing.e.g -publication.
n. critique, commentary.
expatiate, expound, spout; sound off, judgment, teaching.
teach, train, instruct, enlighten, edify, school; develop, cultivate; discipline.
adj. lettered, literate.e.g -knowledge. Ant. uneducated, ignorant.
v.t. draw forth, bring out, develop, elicit; deduce, infer, evoke.e.g -extraction.
uncanny, so as to inspire superstitious fear; weird
erase, expunge, excise, delete, strike, cancel, wipe out, nullification.
consequence, result,outcome, cause, create, produce, bring about, , resulting from.
productive, adequate, potent, active, operative, dynamic; successful; efficient, capable.
adj. womanish, unmanly.e.g -weakness, female.
v.i. bubble, hiss, ferment, foam, fizz.e.g -agitation.
exhausted, spent, depleted; barren, sterile, fruitless;corrupt, deterioration, uselessness.
operative; skillful, capable, productive, competent; power, skill, agency, cause, utility.
dummy, icon; copy, counterpart, replica; substitute.
n. exertion, endeavor; strain, stress, attempt; achievement;,
adj. easy, facile; natural, simple.e.g -facility.
n. shamelessness, brazenness, insolence, audacity.
egg cell, ovum, embryo; oval. beginning, reproduction, rotundity.
n. intellectual,Often Disparaging .
adj. oviform, oval, ovate, ovoid, elliptical.e.g -rotundity.
personality, insubstantiality, identity, narcissism, complacency.
n. individualism, selfishness, self-seeking, conceit.e.g -vanity. Ant. humility.
n. vanity, self-exaltation, [self-]conceit.e.g -selfishness. Ant. humility.
adj. flagrant, gross.
exit, issue, emergence, eruption, emanation, pass off, depart, escape, outgoing.
adj. one or the other of two,choice. Ant. neither.
v.t. eject, discharge, spew or shoot out; exclaim, blurt out.
emission, effusion, rejection, expulsion, send out, shed, void, eliminate.
v.t. manage, just or barely make, squeeze out.e.g -difficulty, provision.
develop, devise, perfect, refine, detailed, painstaking, finished, perfected; intricate
v.i. slip away, pass, expire, intervene, glide by.e.g -time, course.
springiness, resilience, rebound, stretch, expand ,springy, resilient, buoyant, extensible,
exhilarate, exalt, animate, lift up, flush, elevate, cheerfulness, excitement.
bend, angle, convexity. —v. jab, poke; push, prod, shove; jostle, make one’s way through.
adj. older, earlier, superior, senior; elderly. —n. ancestor, senior.e.g -age, oldness.
v.t. choose, select, decide on, fix upon; call, ordain.e.g -choice.
adj. voltaic, magnetic, galvanic; thrilling, exciting, stimulating.
power; electromagnetism, electromotion; electrify, charge, electrical, photoelectric;,
v.t. galvanize, magnetize, charge; excite, thrill, stimulate,animate; stun, bewilder, startle.
v.t. execute, zap,
n. terminal; anode, cathode; conductor.
electron physics, engineering, atomize, bombard, cleave, split; solid-state, transistorized,
refinement, ease, grace, gracefulness, show elegance or refinement, polished, artistic, ,
n. dirge, lament, requiem, threnody.e.g -lamentation, poetry.
component, part, substance, constituent, ingredient; factor, principle, rudiment, fundamental.
rudimentary, incipient, primary, fundamental, basic; introductory; simple, advanced, difficult.
primary or grade school. elephantine, adj. huge, mammoth.
raising, lifting, erection, heighten, raise, erect, heave, uplifted; ,
n. lift; granary, silo.e.g -elevation, store.
n. sprite, fairy, imp, puck, pixy; gnome, goblin.e.g -mythical deities, demon.
v.t. draw forth, extract, evoke, educe, extort.e.g -extraction, cause.
v.t. omit, suppress.
adj. qualified, fitted, suitable, desirable.e.g -expedience. Ant. ineligible, unsuitable.
expel, excrete; remove, get rid of, exclude, set aside, eradicate; omit, ignore, leave out.
select, choice, prime, cream; chosen people; inner circle, aristocracy,superiority, goodness.
n. potion, essence, quintessence; philosophers’ stone.e.g -remedy.
adj. oval, egg-shaped; condensed, cut, lacunal.e.g -rotundity, shortness.
v. lengthen, extend, string out.e.g -length.
v.t. run away, decamp, abscond.e.g -marriage, escape.
oratory, rhetoric, power; fluency, persuasiveness, volubility.
adv. somewhere else.
v.t. clarify, illuminate, illustrate; explain, interpret.e.g -interpretation.
v.t. escape, evade, avoid; dodge, foil, baffle.e.g -avoidance.
elusory, evasive, slippery, shifty, tricky, baffling; deceptive, illusory, intangible, fugitive.
adj. starveling, thin, haggard, wasted, gaunt, drawn, scrawny, skin and bones.
v. effuse, exhale, radiate; flow, proceed, issue, come, spring, arise.
v.t. liberate, free, release, deliver, manumit, set free, enfranchise.
unman, castrate, geld, alter, effeminize; devitalize, debilitate; dispirit, demoralize.
v.t. preserve, mummify.e.g -interment, preservation.
n. dike, mole, bulwark, bank, wall, levee; barrier, rampart.e.g -defense, enclosure.
n. restriction, restraint, hindrance, prohibition.
ship, board, set sail; begin, engage. departure, undertaking, beginning.
v.t. discomfort, demoralize, disconcert, discomfit,
n. mission, ministry, legation, consulate.e.g -commission.
adj. armed, arrayed; fortified.e.g -defense.
v.t. fix, envelop; incorporate.e.g -inclusion.
v.t. ornament; embroider
n. coal, brand
v. steal, misappropriate, misapply, peculate, defalcate.e.g -stealing.
sour, envenom, poison, anger, irritate. resentment. emblem, symbol, token, badge.
incorporate, organize, personify, incarnate; comprise, contain, include representation.
v. knob, stud, engrave, chase.e.g -convexity, ornament.
clasp, clutch, hold, hug; include, take in, comprise, surround; receive, welcome; take up
n. needlework, crewelwork, gros or petit point.e.g -ornament, exaggeration.
v.t. complicate, throw into disorder.
n. fetus, egg, germ, bud; incipience, conception.e.g -beginning.
n. master of ceremonies
to edit or change (a text)
v.i. issue, appear; arise, come forth.e.g -egress.
n. juncture, crisis; exigency, necessity, pinch, extremity.e.g -circumstance, difficulty.
a person who emigrates, as from his or her native country or region
n. migration, departure, exodus.e.g -egress. Ant. immigration.
n. height, altitude, elevation; distinction, rank, repute, importance; hill, height.e.g -clergy.
n. messenger, agent.
discharge, emanate, radiate, breathe, exhale, send forth, throw off, issue; deliver.
n. ointment, balm
n. feeling, sentiment, passion, sensibility, sensation.
n. understanding, comprehension.e.g -pity, friend.
n. Caesar, kaiser, czar; empress.e.g -authority, nobility.
v.t. accentuate, stress, mark, underline, underscore.e.g -affirmation, importance.
n. realm, domain, imperium; sovereignty, sway.e.g -authority, region.
experiential, perceptual, practical, firsthand; commonsense, pragmatic; by trial and error.
v.t. use, occupy; hire, engage.e.g -comparison, business.
n. servant, helper, [hired] hand; clerk, assistant.
n. user, consumer; boss, padrone.e.g -use, director.
a large retail store, especially one selling a great variety of articles.
v.t. enable, endow, invest; authorize, license, commission.e.g -permission, power.
n. czarina, queen, begum, [maha]rani; consort.e.g -authority.
void, deplete, exhaust, evacuate, drain, discharge, unload. hollow, vacant, depleted,fruitless.
adj. heavenly, empyreal, celestial, sublime; fiery.e.g -universe.
v.t. rival, vie, compete, strive, contend.e.g -opposition, repute, imitation.
Fr. in dishabille, in casual dress.
Fr. at home; informally.
Fr. all together; in a group.e.g -assemblage, whole.
Fr. in passing; by the way.e.g -occasion, transient-ness.
Fr. in harmony. in sympathy or accord; in agreement; congenial.
adv. on or along the way; in transit, on the road.e.g -travel.
empower, invest, endow; authorize. enact, ordain; play, execute, perform.
v.t. charm, captivate. to fill or inflame with love
n. camp, bivouac
v.t. bewitch, conjure; captivate, please, charm, delight, fascinate.e.g -pleasure, sorcery.
to convert (a message, communication, etc.)
environ, surround, embrace, encompass, enclose; span, ring, loop, girdle.
containment, circumscription, confinement, confine, surround, envelop.
to convert (a message, information, etc.) into code
v.t. surround, encircle; contain.e.g -inclusion, environment.
meet, come across; engage, struggle, meeting, interview, battle, engagement.
animate, strengthen, hearten, fortify, inspirit, cheer, reassure, comfort,help, foster, promote
v.i. advance, infringe, usurp, invade, trespass, intrude,
v.t. burden, hamper,load, clog, oppress; obstruct, hinder, impede, embarrass, retard,
adj. extensive, exhaustive, comprehensive.
the last part or extremity, lengthwise, of anything that is longer than it is wide or broad
close, termination, conclusion, wind-up, finish, finish, terminate.
caress; caress, fondle, endearing, winsome.
v.i. try, attempt, seek, struggle, strive, essay, labor, aim,
adj. incessant, uninter rupted, unceasing, continuous,
adj. most remote, furthest.
v.t. approve, support, second; recommend; ,
v.t. dower, settle upon, be queath, bestow, enrich, endue;nish, invest, clothe.
n. property, fund, foundation; gift, bestowal, dower,
v.t. endow, clothe, furnish.
v. continue, remain, wear, last; abide, bear, suffer, bear up, sustain, undergo; tolerate, ,
adv. lengthwise, on end,
n. foe, opponent,a person who feels hatred for, fosters harmful designs against
power, strength; galvanize, stimulate, energetic, active, intense; keen, vivid, incisive.
weaken, devitalize, unnerve, paralyze, soften, impotence, weakness.
Fr. unruly child, juvenile delinquent.e.g -disobedience.
v.t. envelop, enclose, encompass; embrace.e.g -endearment, circumscription.
compel, force, oblige; urge, strengthen; execute, sanction, put in force.
liberate, set free, appointment, interview; naturalize; empower, employment;, action.
v.t. bind, obligate, pledge, sociality, marriage. promise; betroth; hire, enlist, em-,
n. betrothal, obliga-cle, production, plan, wit.
cause; beget, retain; reserve, secure.
motor, machine; device; entangle, involve, interlock; set engine of war.
lie, mezzotint, or stipple engraving; engrave, grave, enchase, sculptured, graven.
v.t. monopolize, control; absorb; occupy, engage; copy, write, transcribe.
v.t. swamp, flood, immerse, engorge, swallow up; encircle, envelop, encompass.
v.t. intensify; exaggerate; advance, augment, increase, elevate.e.g -exaggeration, improvement.
n. riddle, mystery, puzzle, conundrum, secret.e.g -difficulty, unintelligibility.
command, bid, direct, charge; counsel, admonish; prohibit, forbid, restrain; require.
like, relish, love, delight in; experience; hold, possess.e.g -pleasure, possession.
v.t. inflame. to kindle into flame, ardor, activity, etc.
increase, extend, widen, broaden; magnify, augment, expand, elaborate.
brighten, illuminate; educate, civilize, instruct, inform, teach, edify.
volunteer, sign up, enroll, recruit, draft, muster, impress.
animate, exhilarate, inspirit, quicken, fire, brighten, stimulate, rouse; cheer, elate, encourage.
hostility, unfriendliness, opposition, hate,grudge, anger, animosity, dislike.
v.t. dignify, exalt, raise, elevate, glorify, uplift.e.g -repute.
a feeling of utter weariness and discontent resulting from satiety or lack of interest
n. wickedness, atrociousness; atrocity, outrage; immensity, enormousness, greatness.e.g -guilt.
monstrous, excessive; large, titanic, tremendous, huge, gigantic, vast, prodigious, stupendous.
adequate, sufficient, satisfactory, equal; ample, abundant, plenteous.
v.t. anger, exasperate, provoke, incense, irritate; madden, flame, infuriate.e.g -resentment.
transport, enravish, entrance, enchant; please, delight, charm, captivate, bewitch.
endow, make wealthy, ornament, adorn, beautify; fertilize; cultivate, develop. Improvement.
v. list, record, enter, register; enlist, serve.
v.t. settle; cover, hide.
all the parts of a thing taken together, so that each part is considered only in relation to the whole.
v.t. consecrate, hallow; cherish; commemorate.e.g -memory, worship, piety.
n. flag; badge, emblem, insignia; standard-bearer.e.g -indication, combatant.
subjugate, enthrall, suppress, dominate; oppress, addict.
trap, catch, net, bag; entangle, ensnarl, entoil (archaic); bait, decoy; seduce, entice.
v. follow, succeed, supervene, happen, result; pursue, seek after.e.g -effect, sequence.
v.t. secure, guarantee; protect.e.g -security, safety, certainty.
v.t. involve, imply, call for, require; cause.e.g -necessity.
tangle, ravel, mesh, entrap, mat, ensnare, twist, snarl; perplex, involve, embroil, embarrass.
n. understanding, entente cordial, accord, agreement.
penetrate, pierce; insert, invade, board; begin, start, inscribe, enroll,ingress, accounting.
project, scheme, venture, undertaking; business; energy; push.
adj. energetic, venturesome, adventurous; eager, ambitious, pushing (inf.).e.g -courage.
v. receive, welcome; amuse, divert, regale; harbor,
v.t. enslave, subjugate; captivate, fascinate, charm.e.g -pleasure, subjection.
ecstasy, fanaticism; fire, spirit, force, fervor, vehemence, eagerness; optimism, assurance.
tempt, attract; induce, coax, cajole, woo, enchant, seduce; deceive, hoodwink.
complete, absolute, total, gross, all; whole, intact,perfect, unbroken; undivided, unalloyed.
qualify, fit, capacitate, authorize; name, call, designate, dub, style.
thing, being; whole, unity; abstraction, existence.
v.t. bury, inter
n. retinue, train.
n. interval.e.g -drama.
n. viscera, intestines, bowels; insides, guts.e.g -interior.
entry, ingress,incoming, ingoing; debut, admission, access, ,introduction; invasion, penetration.
to catch in or as in a trap; ensnare
Fr. [just] between us.e.g -disclosure, nearness.
v.t. request,beg,crave, pray, beseech, implore, supplicate, plead.
v. establish, dig in, embed; encroach, infringe.e.g -stability, overrunning.
n. producer, angel, impresario; investor.e.g -chance, undertaking, drama.
commission, charge, delegate; confide, trust, consign, commit; charge; show faith .
entrance, memorandum, record, posting, listing; entrant, contestant, contender, competitor.
adj. basic, fundamental; simple.e.g -simpleness, beginning.
v. twine, interlace, twist, wreathe, weave.e.g -crossing.
indicate, stipulate, de-fine, state, itemize, detail; order, request.
v. announce, state, proclaim, declare; pronounce, articulate.e.g -affirmation, speech.
v.t. cover, wrap, enshroud, enfold, surround, enclose, hide.e.g -circumscription, covering.
covering, wrapper, casing, capsule; film, skin, integument, shell, sheath; receptacle.
adj- desirable, fortunate.
adj. jealous, invidious, covetous.
Nou- environment, circumference; environ, about, Adj-ambient, surrounding, Adaround.
v.t. visualize, envisage, contemplate, picture.e.g -imagination.
n. diplomat, agent; messenger ; postscript.
enviousness, jealousy, cupidity, malice; —v. begrudge; desire, crave, covet, hanker, turn green.
n. age, [long] time, epoch, dog’s or coon’s age (inf.).
adj. short-lived, fugitive, transient, transitory, fleeting, evanescent, momentary.
adj. heroic, majestic, elevated, noble;; larger than life, on a grand scale.
adj. sexless, bisexual; effeminate.e.g -male, female.
n. epicurean, bon vivant, gourmet.e.g -taste, pleasure, gluttony.
disease, pestilence,contamination. adj. pestilential, infectious , pandemic, ubiquitous.
n. aphorism, bon mot, saying, maxim.e.g -wit.
n. inscription, motto.
n. grand or petit mal.
n. afterword, postscript, summation; valedictory, last word.e.g -addition, completion, drama.
n. appearance, manifestation; disclosure.e.g -imagination.
n. digression, excursus; occurrence, incident, happening, action.e.g -between, music.
n. letter, communication, missive.
n. inscription, hic jacet, requiescat in pace, RIP.e.g -interment.
n. byname,any word or phrase applied to a person or thing to describe an actual or attributed quality
n. compendium, abridgment, abstract, synopsis, ,
n. date; period, era, age.
adj. uniform, even, steady; tranquil.
Nou- equality, coextension; symmetry, balance, evenness, Ver- match,,Adj- level, coequal.
n. evenness, repose, poise; calmness, serenity, tranquility, self-control, inexcitability.
n. great circle, the line.e.g -equality, disjunction.
adj. equine.e.g -animal. —n. horseman or -woman, rider.e.g -travel.
n. balance, equipoise, stability; moderation, composure, self-possession.
v.t. furnish, outfit, rig [out], provide; accouter, appoint, dress,
n. carriage; outfit, equipment.e.g -vehicle, provision.
n. furnishings, gear, supplies, apparatus, accouterment, appointment, outfit, apparel.
n. equilibrium; counterbalance.e.g -equality.
adj. fair, just, ethical, honest; unbiased, evenhanded; deserved, merited, condign, due.
n. fairness, impartiality; ownership.e.g -justice, property.
adj. equal, tantamount, synonymous; analogous,interchangeable; convertible, reciprocal. analogue.
n. equivocalness, shiftiness; ambiguity, double meaning, white lie; half-truth, falsehood
n. a period of time marked by distinctive character, events
v.t. abolish; blot out, erase, extirpate, exterminate, weed out, eliminate, uproot.
efface, rub out, expunge, cancel, obliterate, blot out.
v.t. raise, exalt; rear, construct; establish, set up, institute; create.
especially sensitive to sexual stimulation, as certain areas of the body
n. eating or wearing away, disintegration.e.g -deterioration, friction.
adj. sexual, sensual,obscene, pornographic; hot, spicy; sexy, raunchy, X-rated (all sl.).
n. pornography, blue literature, movie, etc.e.g -sex, impurity.
v.t. mistake, misjudge, slip, go astray, trip, blunder; sin; fall, wander, stray. improbity.
n. business, commission, mission, charge, task, message; trip.
adj. wandering, roving; deviating.e.g -deviation.
adj. abnormal, eccentric, peculiar; uncertain. changeableness, irregularity, deviation.
n. misprint, error.
Nou- error; falsity untruth; Ver- be erroneous, Adj- untrue, fallacious;Aderroneously,
adj. learned, literate, wise; authoritative.e.g -learning, knowledge. Ant. ignorant, unschooled.
n. efflorescence, rash; outbreak, commotion; discharge, expulsion.e.g -disease, egress, violence.
v. intensify, worsen
n. moving staircase.
n. jaunt, adventure, prank; frolic, caper, spree.
Nou- escape, elopement, escape, get off; Adjectives, escaped.
Geology . a long, precipitous, clifflike ridge of land, rock, or the like
v.t. shun, avoid
v.t. accompany, conduct, guard, —n. attendant, companion, conductor, convoy, bodyguard.
adj. select, mysterious.
n. intelligence, reconnaissance, investigation, counterintelligence; undercover work.
n. promenade, boardwalk, quadrangle, mall.e.g -passage, horizontal.
v.t. wed; champion, advocate.e.g -marriage, support.
Fr. group spirit; morale.e.g -courage, cheerfulness.
n. composition; attempt, effort. v.t. endeavor, try, attempt.e.g -dissertation, experiment.
n. being, substance, element,
adj, constitutional, fundamental, elementary, absolute; necessary, requisite, indispensable.
v.t. confirm,settle, secure, stabilize; institute, create, organize, prove, determine, decide.
n. state, status, condition, degree; property, fortune, possessions, interest, land, holdings;,
n. respect, regard, favor, admiration, estimation, honor; reverence, worship.
connected with aesthetics or its principles
adj. meritorious, worthy.
v.t. consider, gauge; value, evaluate, rate, assess, measure,n. judgment, appraisal, calculation.
v.t. alienate, separate, withdraw; fall out, be unfriendly; disunite, part, wean; transfer.
n. arm, inlet, firth, fjord; mouth, delta.e.g -opening.
Lat. and so on, and so forth.e.g -addition, accompaniment, scratch, carve, corrode.
adj. perpetual, everlasting, continual, infinite, unending, immortal, imperishable, deathless.
adj. airy, delicate, light, tenuous, fragile, fairy; heavenly, celestial, empyreal.
n. morals, morality, rules of conduct.e.g -duty, virtue.
adj. native, national, indigenous; cultural, tribal, racial.e.g -intrinsic, humanity.
n. manners, decorum, custom, formality, good form.e.g -fashion.
n. Communion, mass, viaticum, sacrament.e.g -rite.
v.t. praise, compliment, celebrate, glorify, laud, panegyrize, extol.e.g -approbation.
n. elation, high spirits, pleasure, well-being; the pink of condition, high (sl.).e.g -content.
n. mercy killing
v.t. empty, clear; eject, expel, purge; discharge, excrete, defecate, vacate.
v.t. avoid, elude; baffle, foil, parry; escape, slip away; ignore, violate, neglect; equivocate.
v.t. value, appraise, estimate, assess, price.e.g -measurement.
v.i. disappear, fade away.e.g -disappearance.
adj. proselytizing, apostolic, missionary.e.g -religion, sacred writings.
v. emanate, escape; vaporize, condense, solidify, dehydrate, desiccate; vanish, disappear.
n. elusion, avoidance, escape; equivocation; trick, subterfuge.e.g -nonpayment.
adj. level, equal, smooth, flat, uniform, regular, plain, parallel, unruffled.
adj. impartial, equitable, fair.e.g -justice.
n. dusk, nightfall, eventide, close of day; gloaming, twilight, old age, sunset years.
n, occurrence, happening; affair, episode, incident; gala affair or occasion, experience.
adj. bustling; momentous.e.g -occurrence, importance.
adj. final, ultimate, coming; contingent.e.g -futurity, chance, effect.
adv. always, at all times, eternally, perpetually, incessantly, continually, constantly, forever.
adj, never-ending, without end; ageless, sempiternal; constant, ceaseless, perpetual, continual.
adj. each, all; complete, entire.e.g -generality.
n. everyone, one and all
adj. habitual, usual, routine, workaday.e.g -habit, mediocrity.
n. everybody, tout le monde.e.g -generality. Ant. no one.
n. all, all and sundry, the whole. Ant. nothing.
adv. wherever; all over, far and wide.e.g -space. Ant. nowhere.
v.t. eject, oust, remove, expel, put out, dispossess.
Nou- evidence, facts, grounds,, display, exhibit, show; evidential, documentary.
adj. apparent, plain, obvious, distinct; broad, unmistakable, palpable, patent, open, manifest,
Nou- (something evil) evil, ill, harm, hurt; Ver- be or do evil, wrong, outrage, Adj- bad.
Nou- evildoer; sinner, transgressor, profligate, libertine; oppressor, despot, tyran,
v.t. exhibit, display, show, manifest, evidence, demonstrate, disclose, indicate, prove.
v.t. disembowel. o remove the entrails from; disembowel
v.t. draw forth, summon, invoke; envision, imagine; suggest, bring to mind; produce, cause.
n. evolvement, growth, expansion, development, elaboration; Darwinism, natural selection.
Lat. from the seat of, authority.e.g -certainty.
Lat. by right of office.
Lat. from one side only.
Lat. after the deed [is done], subsequently, retroactively.e.g -lateness, past.
Lat. impromptu, offhand.
v. aggravate, intensify, worsen; enrage, embitter, irritate, vex.e.g -increase, resentment.
v.t. require, claim, demand; extort, take, wring, wrest, force, impose.
Nou- exaggeration,inflation, puffing up, exaggerate, magnify, exaggerated.
v.t. elevate, raise, dignify, honor; praise, glorify, magnify, uplift; intensify, heighten.
n. test; midterm, final; physical [examination], exam (inf.).e.g -inquiry.
v.t. investigate, inspect, survey, prove, search; scrutinize, scan; test, interrogate; audit.
n. sample, specimen; instance, case, illustration; pattern, standard, model, idea; precedent;
v.t. anger, enrage, infuriate; irritate, vex, nettle, provoke, roil, peeve, annoy.
n. cavity, hole, pit, mine, shaft, quarry, opening.
v.t. transcend, surpass, excel, outstrip, beat; overstep, pass, overdo, go beyond.
adv. informal, extremely.
v. exceed, surpass, eclipse, outdo, outstrip.e.g -unconformity, virtue, goodness.
prep. unless, saving, save, but, excepting, barring.e.g -unconformity, circumstance, deduction.
n. exclusion, omission, rejection, reservation, limitation; objection, complaint; irregularity.
adj. objectionable. liable to exception or objection; objectionable.
adj. abnormal; unusual, uncommon, extraordinary, rare; special, superior.
n. extract, quote, citation, selection; sentence, verse, section, passage.
n. immoderation, intemperance, dissipation, indulgence; superabundance,
adj. immoderate, inordinate, extravagant, exorbitant,
n. reciprocity, substitution; trade, barter, commerce;,
an internal tax or duty on certain commodities, as liquor or tobacco, levied on their manufacture,
N- excitability, impetuosity, impatience, intolerance; Ve -excitable or impatient,,Adj- excitable.
Nou-excitement; stimulation, provocation, Ver- interest, enliven, Adj- excited; ,Adv-excitedly.
v. cry out, shout, ejaculate, clamor, vociferate; exclaim or in veigh against, denounce,
Nou- exclusion, omission, rejection, relegation; Ver-prohibit, preclude; Adj—exclusive, closed;,
v.t. expel, curse, unchurch.
v.t. denounce, censure; skin, pare.
n. outgrowth, protuberance, appendage.
Nou- excretion, discharge, elimination,Ver- excrete, discharge, Adj- excretive, eliminative;,
adj. torturing, painful, agonizing, racking, acute.e.g -pain.
v.t. exonerate
n. expedition, trip, sally, tour, outing, journey, jaunt; digression, deviation, travel.
v.t. pardon, remit, overlook, condone, forgive, justify, absolve, acquit, exempt, free, apologize.
adj. abominable, bad, detestable; poor, inferior, wretched.e.g -badness.
v.t. perform, accomplish, administer, enforce, effect; finish, complete, fulfill, hang.
n. director, manager, official, administrator, brass (sl.).
adj. commendable; model; typical, illustrative.e.g -approbation, conformity.
v.t. typify; illustrate, explain, quote.e.g -conformity. exempli gratia, Lat. for example;,
Nouns—exemption, freedom, exempt, release, liberate, ; Adj- exempt, liberty, scot-free.
n. drill ,bodily or mental exertion, especially for the sake of training or improvement of health
Nou- exertion, energy, effort, strain, Ver- exert oneself, laboring; , toilsome.
v.t. breathe, expel, emanate, transpire, respire, blow.
v.t. drain, empty, weaken, deplete, overtire,fatigue; spend, consume, expend; develop, finish.
v. show, present, display, produce, demonstrate, expose, reveal; flaunt.
n. display, demonstration; parade, spectacle.e.g -demonstration, disclosure.
v.t. elate, exalt, inspirit; enliven, animate, cheer, make merry, invigorate, gladden.
v. incite, urge, prompt, admonish, egg on (inf.).e.g -advice, warning, cause.
v.t. dig up, disinter, excavate; discover, locate; call up, recall.e.g -memory, disclosure, past.
n. demand,necessity, ex-tremity, urgency, pressure, pinch, crisis, emergency, juncture.
adj. meager, scanty, small
v.i. expel, remove, banish, expatriate.
Nou- existence, subsistence, exist, live, breathe; Adj- existing, current, prevalent.
n. departure, withdrawal.
n. departure, flight, migration, egress, issue.
v.t. exculpate, free, clear, absolve, acquit.
adj. excessive, immoderate, inordinate, unreasonable.
v.t. expel, drive or cast out;adjure, conjure.
adj. foreign, alien; strange, outlandish, outré, bizarre, rare;,
n. stretch, spread, reach, extent, breadth.
expansion, increase, enlargement, Ver- expand, widen, Adjectives,expanded, larger, extensive.
v.i. enlarge, descant, dilate, expand; rant.
n. exile, displaced person; exurbanite,
Nou- expectation,, anticipation, Ver- expect, look forward to;Adj- expectant.
N- expedience, desirableness, V- expedient, timely, Adj—expedient, acceptable, worthwhile.
v.t. spend, lay out, pay [out], disburse; use, consume;,
adj. superfluous, redundant; needless, gratuitous;consumable.
adj. costly, dear, high, exorbitant.
v.t. have, know, seemeet, encounter; undergo, suffer,
N- experiment, experimentation V- experiment,endeavor, attempt; Adj-experimental, probationary.
a person who has special skill or knowledge in some particular field; specialist; authority
n. skillfulness, knowledge, learning, facility, proficiency, mastery; professionalism.
v.t. atone for
v. exhale, breathe out, emit; die, perish; end, cease, terminate, stop.e.g -death, wind.
v.t. expound, solve, resolve, account for; demonstrate, construe, interpret, define, describe.
n. oath, imprecation.
v.t. analyze, explain
adj. express, written, positive, clear, unambiguous, open, definite; unreserved, outspoken.
v. destroy; burst, detonate, fire, discharge; reject; refute, discredit, expose, disprove.
v.t. utilize, profit by, work; abuse, misapply.
v.t. seek, search, fathom, prospect, penetrate, range, examine, investigate, inquire into.
tending or serving to explode
n. expounder, representative; backer, defender; power, superscript.e.g -teaching, auxiliary.
n. commodity, exportation.e.g -egress, sale.
v.t. disclose, reveal, divulge; exhibit, display; subject to, risk, weather, lay open, endanger
n. exposure, unmasking. a public exposure or revelation, as of something discreditable
n. explanation, elucidation, commentary, exhibition, statement, discourse; exposure, abandonment.
v.i. remonstrate, reason; object, protest, rebuke.e.g -advice, disapprobation, dissuasion.
v.t. state, express, set forth; explain, interpret, elucidate.
v.t. squeeze, press out, exude; represent, symbolize, reveal,, signify, depict, enunciate.
n. representation, symbolization, indication ,utterance, wording,; modulation, interpretation.
n. limited access highway, superhighway
v.t. dispossess ,to take possession of, especially for public use by the right of eminent domain
n. ejection, eviction, ousting, dismissal; banishment, exile, deportation,, ostracism.
v.t. erase; efface.e.g -deduction, destruction.
v.t. bowdlerize; purge, purify, cleanse; emasculate, castrate.e.g -purity.
accurate, appreciative, perfected; intense, beautiful, matchless, dainty, charming, delightful.
adj. surviving, existent.e.g -existence. Ant. extinct, lost.
adj. unpremeditated, spontaneous, extempore, improvised, impromptu, offhand, unprepared.
v. improvise, fake (inf.), wing it (inf.).e.g -unpreparedness, intuition.
v. continue, lengthen, elongate, widen, enlarge, stretch, draw out, prolong, protract,
n. widening, enlargement, stretching,expansion,am-plification, distension, addition,
adj. broad, comprehensive.e.g -breadth, generality, space. Ant. narrow, limited.
n. limit, measure, range; span, longitude, length, breadth; compass, proportions, size.
v.t. excuse, forgive, pardon, mitigate, palliate; attenuate; diminish, weaken.
Nou- exterior, exteriority, outwardness, externality, extraneousness; superficiality;
v.t. abolish, destroy, annihilate; extirpate, eradicate, root out.
adj. exterior; foreign; perceptible, visible, physical; extraneous, internal,unconformity
adj. extinguished, exterminated, nonexistent, obsolete; died out, gone, Death, nonexistence,
v.t. destroy, annihilate, eradicate, suppress, end; quench, put or blow out, douse, smother,
v.t. uproot, eradicate, destroy
v.t. praise, applaud, commend, glorify, celebrate, exalt. Ant. defame, run down.
v.t. elicit, extract, draw, exact; wring, wrench, force; squeeze.
adj. additional, auxiliary, accessory, spare, supplementary, redundant.
Nou- extraction, removal; drawing out, pulling; Ver- extract; draw, pull, tear, expression,
adj. nonscholastic, outside.
v.t. deliver, deport, expel; turn or hand over. ejection, transfer.
adj. foreign, alien; ulterior, exterior, external, outlandish; excluded, inadmissible,
adj. unusual, singular, uncommon, remarkable, phenomenal, abnormal; eminent, rare, notable.
v.t. surmise, infer, conjecture; estimate, supposition.
adj. profuse, lavish, excessive, extreme; wasteful, profligate, wild; bombastic, fantastic;
n. spectacle, pageant.e.g -sociality, drama, imagination.
adj. remote, utmost, farthest, last, final, ultra, excessive, inordinate, deep, intense, desperate,
n. radical. a person who goes to extremes, especially in political matters.
n. utmost, limit, edge, boundary, tip; limb (of the body); destitution, need, distress.
v.t. free, disentangle, loose, liberate, disengage.
Nou- extrinsicality, outwardness, extraneousness,foreignness,Objectivity
adj. outgoing, extrovert Ant. introverted.
v. thrust out, expel; protrude, project. expulsion, ejection, convexity.
n. zest, enthusiasm, vigor, ebullience, energy, excitement, high spirits, abundance, bounty,
v. emit, discharge, ooze, leak, trickle, drain.
v.i. rejoice, vaunt, jubilate, gloat, crow, triumph, glory.
v.t. watch, ogle, stare, view, observe, scrutinize, inspect. visual organ; optic; eyesight,
n.pl. spectacles, glasses
adj. enlightening
the power or faculty of seeing.the act or fact of seeing.the range of the eye:
n. offense, blemish.
n. bystander, witness.presence, evidence.
n. parable, allegory, moral tale; apologue; myth, legend, fiction. falsehood,
adj. famous, noted; fictional.
n. cloth, textile, material, tissue; structure, framework.
v.t. build, construct, manufacture; invent, make up, trump up, concoct.
adj. legendary, mythical; incredible, stupendous, prodigious.
n. front; appearance, aspect, style; pretense, false front, mask, persona; stimulation,
n. facing; visage, lineaments, features; front, obverse; van, first line; prestige, reputation;
n. renovation,Also, face lifting, face·lift·ing
n. confrontation
n. face, surface, plane, bezel, culet; aspect, phase.
adj. whimsical, joking, tongue-in-cheek; ironic[al], sarcastic, satirical, derisive.
facility, ease; easiness; be easy, be feasible; go or run smoothly; simple, easy, effortless;
n. lining, covering. —adj. fronting on, opposite.
n. duplicate, reproduction, replica.
n. reality, actuality, certainty; occurrence.
n. clique, cabal, splinter party; sect, denomination; discord, dissidence,
adj. contentious, dissentious.
n. component, element, part, constituent, condition; agent.
n. manufactory, mill, shop, works, facilities, workshop.
adj. real, indisputable, demonstrable.
n. ability, aptitude, power, talent, knack; professorate,
n. craze, rage, vogue; fancy hobby.
v. pale, dim, bleach, whiten vanish, disappear; languish, wither, shrivel,
n. fault, frailty, shortcoming;,
failure, unsuccessfulness, nonsuccess, nonfulfillment; fail, be unsuccessful, not succeed;
v.i. swoon; lose heart or courage; fail, fade, weaken, ,
adj. timid, diffident.
faintness, softness, lowness, indistinctness; whisper, murmur, rustle, mutter, hum, buzz,
adj. beautiful, handsome, good-looking, pretty, comely; blond, light; unsullied, unblemished;
adj. impartially, reasonably; legitimately; tolerably, moderately.
n. fay, sprite, pixy, elf, brownie, gnome, leprechaun.
n. fairy story, fable
Fr. fact, done deed
n. trust, reliance, confidence, expectation; belief, creed; loyalty; religion.
adj. loyal, devoted; conscientious, trustworthy; exact, lifelike. obedience,
adj. unfaithful, disloyal, untrue, inconstant, treacherous.
n. counterfeit, imposture, make-believe; impostor.e.g -deception, falsehood. —v. informal,
n. ascetic, dervish; yogi[n].
v.i. plunge, drop, sink, tumble, topple; perish; be deposed, come to grief; happen,misbehave,
n. retreat; reserve, backup. regression, substitution.
n. error, flaw, misconception; false meaning. Ant. truth.
adj. unreliable, untrustworthy. Ant. infallible. fallout, n. radioactive dust, contamination;,
radioactive dust,contamination,aftereffect, effect
adj. uncultivated, untilled, unsown.
Nou- falsehood, falseness, dishonesty; speak falsely, tell a lie, lie, fib, misspeak;
v.i. hesitate, waver, hang back, vacillate; shuffle, stumble, stammer. slowness, stammering,
n. repute, renown, prestige, celebrity; honor, distinction, glory, eminence; notoriety.
adj. intimate, close; acquainted, well-versed; common; presumptuous, intimate, associate
n. intimacy, acquaintance, fellowship; knowledge; informality, forwardness, impudence.
v.t. acquaint; accustom. habit.
n. household; forefathers, children, descendants, lineage, family tree; group, association,
n. starvation; dearth, paucity. poverty, insufficiency. Ant. abundance.
v. starve, die of hunger, be hungry; pinch, exhaust.
adj. noted, famed, renowned, celebrated, well-known. Ant. unknown.
n. fanner, blower, winnower, flabellum, ventilator; wind; informal, devotee, follower,
n. zealot, enthusiast, dogmatist. feeling, heterodoxy, insanity.
adj. whimsical, capricious, fantastic, quaint, bizarre; quixotic, imaginary. imagination.
whimsical, capricious,fantastic, quaint, bizarre
adj. carefree, unattached.
n. flourish, tantara; celebration, ostentation.
n. tooth, eyetooth, tusk.
adj. bizarre, grotesque; imaginative, fanciful; extravagant, irrational, absurd.
adv. remotely, distantly, widely, afar. —adj. far off, remote, distant.
n. buffoonery, burlesque, travesty; mockery, fiasco.
v.i. get on, make out, get along; prosper, thrive; eat, dine, regale oneself.
a parting salutation ,an act of departure; leave-taking ,( modifier ) expressing leave-taking:
adj. forced, strained.
adj. extensive; dispersed.
n. ranch, rancho, plantation, farmstead, grange.
adj. hypermetropic, foresighted, farseeing,
n. vulgar, flatulence, gas, wind.
adj. more distant, further, additional.
n. charm, attraction, captivation;,
n. totalitarianism, authoritarianism;,
Nou- fashion, style, [bon] ton, society; be fashionable, be the rage; follow the fashion,
v.i. starve, diet, abstain.swift, speedy, fleet, quick, rapid; secure,
v.t. secure, make fast, attach, fix, bind, lock up.
n. fastener, lock, catch, clasp, latch, hook, connection; button, zipper, hook [and eye],
adj. finicky, [over]nice, fussy, crotchety.
n. fast, starvation, hunger, famishment; hunger strike.
adj. plump, stout, corpulent, obese, portly, chubby; fertile, profitable, fruitful, rich;
adj. deadly, lethal, mortal; fateful, critical.
n. determinism, predestination; submission, apathy, nonresistance; passivity, stoicism.
n. mortality, deadliness; casualty, accident, death.
n. destiny, lot, fortune, doom, predestination, chance.
adj. momentous; prophetic; disastrous. prediction,importance.
n. sire, forefather; founder, patriarch; priest, pastor; the Father, God.
n. homeland, native country, home.
v.t. measure, take a sounding; plunge, reach the bottom of; investigate, probe, study,
adj. bottomless, abyssal; cryptic, mystifying, insoluble, puzzling, enigmatic.
v. weary, tire, exhaust; jade, fag; bore, irk, wear; weaken, overstrain, overtax, overwork.
v. feed, flesh out; enrich, increase.
adj. vain, foolish, inept; inane, silly, dumb (sl.), sappy
n. tap, spigot, cock, spout, valve; spile, bung.opening.
n. failing, shortcoming, peccadillo; flaw, blemish, defect, imperfection; error, slip,
adj. captious, carping, caviling, critical, censorious.
adj. flawless, perfect, correct, impeccable; irreproachable, sans peur et sans reproche.
adj. defective; erroneous,
Fr. a false step; error. favor, n. goodwill, esteem, approbation, approval; partiality, bias,
adj. auspicious, propitious, advantageous, opportune, commendatory, well-inclined; affirmative.
n. darling, pet; idol, hero, jewel; apple of one’s eye; choice, preference; spoiled child
n. partisanship, partiality; nepotism.
v.i. cringe, grovel, toady, truckle, cower, ingratiate, curry favor.
n. facsimile, telefax
adj. elfin, impish, pixie, fey; coy, arch; slang, effeminate.
v.t. deter, daunt, ruffle; disconcert, bother, rattle, hold back, interfere with.
Nou- fear, fearfulness, phobia; Ver- fear, stand in awe of, be afraid, have qualms,
adj. courageous, dauntless, daring, valorous, valiant, intrepid, unafraid.
adj. practicable, possible, workable; suitable.
banquet, spread.e.g -food.n. banquet, spread, repast; holiday, holy day, festival
n. deed, gest, accomplishment, exploit; stunt.
n. plume, plumage, down, aigrette, quill; kind, sort, variety.
n. lineament, aspect; trait, peculiarity, property, characteristic; presentation, film, story.
n. excrement, defecation, [bowel] movement.
adj. fertile, prolific, inventive, creative.
n. league, union,[con]federacy, association,
n. payment, pay; compensation, emolument;,
physically weak, as from age or sickness; frail.
adj. stupid, weak minded, unintelligent.
v. eat, dine, consume, devour; graze; nourish, nurture, bait;,
n. response, answer.
v. touch, taste; experience;bear, suffer, endure,
n. antenna, tentacle, palp[us], vibrissa, whisker;,
Nou- feeling, sensation, sentience, emotion, sensibility,Ver- feel, receive an impression;
v.t. simulate, pretend, counterfeit, sham.
n. diversion, trick; pretense, artifice, evasion; sleight-of-hand,
adj. quarrelsome; frisky.
to compliment upon a happy event; congratulate.
adj. happy, well-chosen, pertinent, apt, pat, neat. elegance, success. Ant. inapt, unfortunate.
adj. catlike, cattish, etc.; stealthy, cunning; catty.
v.t. bring, cut, or chop down, drop. ruthless, terrible.
n. comrade, associate, colleague; compeer, mate, equal; scholar; informal, person, man, boy,
n. companionship, camaraderie, comradeship; neighborliness, amity; sodality, sorority,
n. criminal,a person who has committed a felony.
n. crime,an offense, as murder or burglary, of graver character than those called misdemeanors
female, womankind, womanhood, femininity, muliebrity; fair sex, weaker sex; feminist, suffragist
n. suffragist, suffragette.
Fr. seductress. attraction.
n. barrier, barricade, wall, stockade, hedge, railing; slang, bagman or -woman, receiver
v. defend, protect, take care of; ward, hold, or stave off; avert; shift
n. fire screen; bumper. safety.
adj. wild; undomesticated, uncultivated.
n. yeast, leaven; uproar, turmoil, agitation, disorder.
adj. fierceness, savagery, brutality, cruelt, violence.
v.t. spy, fish, search, or hunt out.
n. ferryboat, scow, lighter, barge, raft, launch, tender; shuttle,
adj. prolific, productive, fruitful, rich; creative, inventive.
n. impregnation, procreation, pollination; enrichment.
n. manure, compost, guano.
adj. fervid, earnest, ardent, eager; vehement, impassioned, intense; hot, glowing.
n. intenseness, enthusiasm, ardor, passion, zeal. feeling, heat.
n. suppurate, ulcerate, rankle; infect, deterioration.
Lat. make haste slowly.
adj. festal, joyful, gladsome
n. merrymaking, rejoicing; gaiety, jollity; (pl.) festival.
adj. embryonic, larval
v.t. retrieve, bring, carry; heave, deal, yield; sell or go for.
adj. stinking, malodorous, foul, smelly, noisome.
n. charm, amulet, totem, talisman; obsession, mania.
v.t. shackle, manacle, handcuff, [en]chain, put in irons; tie up, tie hand and foot, hobble,
n. embryo. a person who has committed a felony.
n. contention, quarrel, strife, conflict; rancor, grudge, rivalry, revenge, vendetta.
n. vassalage, serfdom.
n. pyrexia; frenzy, delirium. agitation, heat.
adj. febrile, hectic, hot; restless, agitated.
adj. not many, little; scant[y], meager, scarce, rare; infrequent; several, two or three, hardly
n. affianced, betrothed, engaged, or pledged [one]; hus-band-or bride-elect, intended
n. failure, miscarriage, slip, misfire; botch, mess. Ant. success.
n. decree, command, edict, mandate; sanction, permission.
n. white lie. a small or trivial lie; minor falsehood.
n. filament, thread, strand; shred; texture, structure.
adj. capricious, unstable, inconstant.
n. fabrication, falsehood; romance, myth, hypothesis.
adj. imaginary, fictional, fictive; feigned, false.
n. violin ,a musical instrument of the viol family.
n. faithfulness, reliability, loyalty; exactness, accuracy.
v.i. toss, squirm, twitch, twiddle.
n. clearing, grassland; expanse, range, plot; playground, links, court, airport, aerodrome, arena;
n. demon, imp; addict, buff, fan, fanatic, enthusiast, nut (all inf.).
adj. ferocious, truculent; tigerish, savage; intense, violent;,
adj. impetuous, passionate, hot-tempered, fervid; irritable;,
n. celebration, holiday, fete, festival.
n. battle, affray, brawl, quarrel; contest, struggle;,
n. combatant; boxer, prize fighter, pugilist, bruiser, pug,
n. invention, fantasy, chimera, pipe dream.
Nou- figurativeness, figure of speech, figurative language, device; speak figuratively,
n. form, shape, configuration, outline; body; representation, image,
n. expression, any expressive use of language, as a metaphor, simile, personification
n. prow, rostrum; front man, dummy, puppet.
n. statuette,a small ornamental figure of pottery, metal, plastic, etc.; statuette.
Nou- filament, line; fiber, fibril; funicle, vein, hair, capillament, roll, spin, shred
v.t. steal, pilfer
n. arrangement, classification; list, dossier, record, catalog, inventory; folder; row,
adj. dutiful; sonlike, daughterly.
process or an instance of obstructing legislation or long speeches and otherdelaying tactics
n. ornamentation, tracery, scrollwork, arabesque.
v.t. complete, load, pervade, permeate; plug, cork; occupy, serve well, satisfy; carry out.
n. coating, membrane, haze, blur, scum; movie
v. filtrate, strain, sieve; percolate, pass through; purify, refine, leach.
n. dirt, ordure; obscenity.
n. flipper, process, lobe, pinna; propellor, rudder; lug, ear, blade.
Fr. decadent.the end of the 19th century.
v.t. capitalize, back, fund, subsidize; put up money for; underwrite, guarantee.
v.t. discover, detect, espy; get, obtain; learn, ascertain, perceive; provide; decide, declare.
n. find, discovery, acquisition, windfall; judgment,
n. penalty, forfeit, amercement. —v.t. amerce, mulct, penalize.
n. painting, sculpture, architecture, engraving, photography.
n. frippery, frills, tinsel.
n. craft, cunning; skill.
n. digit; pointer, trigger finger, pinky.
adj. finical, fussy; meticulous.
v.t. end, terminate, complete, conclude; use up, polish off.
adj. limited ,having bounds or limits; not infinite; measurable.
n. slang, [stool]pigeon, rat, informer; strikebreaker, scab. inform on,
n. flame, blaze, conflagration, holocaust; enthusiasm, verve. kindle, ignite; shoot, detonate;
a small arms weapon, as a rifle or pistol, from which a projectile is fired by gunpowder.
n. revolutionary, terrorist, hothead
n. informal, pyromaniac, incendiary, arsonist.
n. firefighter; stoker.
n. hearth, ingle[nook], chimney.
resistant to destruction by fire.
n. faggots, logs, kindling.
n.pl. pyrotechnics; firecrackers, sparklers, Roman candles, rockets, etc.
adj. immovable, secure; unalterable, steadfast; solid, hard; steady, vigorous;
n. sky, vault of heaven; welkin, empyrean; starry cope.
adj. earliest, original, prime; leading, chief, fundamental. —adv. firstly, originally
first-rate, adj. choice, excellent, four-star, top-drawer, A-one, first-water; best, outstanding
adj. eyewitness, authentic.
adj. monetary, financial.
Nou- fish, denizen of the deep, Pisces; spawn; fish, angle
n. fisherman or -woman, angler, piscator; whaler, clam digger
adj. informal, unlikely, improbable; suspicious.
n. cleavage, scission, disjunction; nuclear fission, splitting the atom, atom smashing.
n. cleft, chink, opening, crack, rift, breach.
n. caprice, whim, fancy, notion; paroxysm, convulsion, seizure, outburst.
adj. intermittent.
adj. suitable, proper, decorous; expedient.
stabilize, establish; repair, adjust, mend; settle, decide; place; fasten; prepare; slang, bribe
n. focus, attention; idée fixe, obsession, compulsion, mania, bee in one’s bonnet
n.pl. ingredients
n. attachment, fitting, appendage.
v.i. fizz, effervesce, bubble, ferment, foam; sizzle, hiss; informal, collapse, disintegrate,
n. inlet, arm [of the sea.
v.t. confound, astonish, surprise.
adj. limp, soft, flaccid; feeble.
adj. flabby, soft.
n. banner, pennant, ensign, standard; iris; flagstone.
v.t. whip, flog,to whip; scourge; flog; lash.
n. flask, bottle, carafe, mug.
adj. glaring, notorious, outrageous, shocking.
Lat. red-handed.in the very act of committing the offense.
v. thrash, flog ,an instrument for threshing grain
n. judgment, discernment, taste; talent, gift, bent, tendency, skill; verve, style
n. criticism, bad press
n. fleck, floccule, scale, chip, shaving; snowflake
adj. flocculent, scaly; crumbly; slang, eccentric, wacky.
n. trick, deception. —v.t. deceive, cheat.
adj. extravagant, showy, ostentatious; pompous, strutting, high-flown, grandiloquent,
n. blaze, fire; excitement, passion, zeal; slang, sweetheart.
adj. flagrant; fiery; passionate, violent.
n. rim, collar, edge.
n. side, wing (of an army). —v.t. skirt, circle around.
n. tab, fly, lap, tag; fold; argument, controversy.
v. blaze [up], burst into flame; shine, glow;,
v.i. flare, blaze; burst, streak; gleam, scintillate;,
n. memory, reminiscence; back draft.
adj. gaudy, showy, garish.
n. bottle, vial, flacon, ampoule.
adj. level, smooth, plane; even, flush; positive, exact;,
v. level, smooth [out], grade; raze.
Nou- flattery, adulation, blandishment, cajolery; flatter, adulate, praise to the skies,
n. windiness, belching, eructation, gassiness, gas; conceit, pompousness
v. parade, display; brandish
n. taste, seasoning, savor.
adj. tasteless, flat, insipid.
n. imperfection, defect, fault, mar, crack; error, mistake, gust, squall, flurry.
adj. perfect,a feature that mars the perfection of something; defect; fault
v.t. skin, peel; criticize.
street market, marché aux puces.
n. slang, flophouse
n. speck, speckle, flyspeck, spot.
n. beginner, novice, tyro
v.i. run away, fly, abscond.
v.t. swindle, despoil, rob, strip.
n. navy; flotilla, squadron, argosy, armada.
adj. transient, transitory
n. animal tissue, meat, pulp; humanity, materiality, carnality; blood relative.
adj. corporeal, bodily; carnal, sensual
adj. plump, fat ,having much flesh; plump; fat.
v.t. bend, contract
adj. pliant, limber, lithe, supple; adaptable.
n. tap; jerk; slang, movie.
v.i. waver, flutter, quiver, blink. light.
n. aviator, aeronaut, airman, astronaut, pilot, co-pilot; leaflet, handbill,
n. decampment, hegira, escape, elopement; course, onrush; covey, flock,
adj. light-headed; scatterbrained, capricious, frivolous.
adj. sleazy, gossamer, fragile; tenuous, unsubstantial; feeble, weak.
v.i. wince, shrink, recoil.
v.t. throw, cast, hurl, sling.
n. & v.t. flick, snap; flip-flop.
adj. pert, impertinent; thoughtless, frivolous, flip
n. coquette, philanderer, vamp (sl.). —v.i. coquet, philander, dally.
v.i. fly, dart, take wing.
v. glide, drift, be wafted, hover, soar, be buoyed up. —n. ferry, ship, raft;
n. drove, herd; covey, flight, bevy; congregation.
v.t. thrash ,to beat with a whip, stick, etc., especially as punishment; whip; scourge.
n. deluge, inundation, torrent, freshet, cloudburst, spate; superabundance.
n. dam, spillway, weir, lock; sluice[-gate], conduit; flume, penstock; control,
n. flooring, deck, pavement, terrazzo; story, level; rostrum.e.g -covering, horizontal, layer.
n. slang, prostitute, tart
fall,drop, thud, plump down;loll,idle;flutter,flap; slang,sleep,bed down;slang,fail,bust,lay an egg
adj. limp, droopy, baggy.
adj. flowery, flowering; horticultural.
adj. ruddy, flushed; showy, rococo, flowery. ostentation.
a group of small naval vessels, especially a naval unit containing two or more squadrons. n. fleet
n. wreckage, refuse, odds and ends.
v.i. ruffle, trim; prance, bounce.
v.i. wallow, welter, struggle, stagger, fumble, grope.
v.t. wave, wield, flaunt, brandish.
v. mock, scoff (at). disrespect.
v.i. run, glide, trickle, stream, sweep along; circulate; issue.
n. bloom, blossom, posy; elite, elect, best, pick; ornament.
adj. florid, high-flown, flamboyant; blossomy. ostentation.
adj. running, gliding; fluent, graceful, smooth; loose, billowy.
n. & v. blunder, fumble, goof (inf.).
v.i. alternate, wave, vacillate, vary, shift. oscillation.
a passage or duct for smoke in a chimney.any duct or passage for air, gas, or the like. n. duct .
adj. flowing, graceful, voluble.
adj. downy, flocculent, cottony.
a substance,as a liquid or gas,adj. changeable, variable; liquid, flowing.
Nou- fluidity, liquidity, serosity, liquidness; , flow,bleed; liquid, serous,juicy, milky, watery,
n. stroke of luck, accident; [lucky] break.
v. fail, flunk out [of].
n. lackey; toady. flattery.
n. squall, gust, scud, blast; hubbub, ferment. ruffle, excite, fluster.
blush,thrill; rinse;start,rouse.blush,redness,glow,elation, thrill; gush,rush.color,cleanness.
v.t. confuse; excite.
n. groove, furrow, channel; pipe, piccolo, fife.
v. flicker, tremble, flap, shake, whip, wave; bustle, fidget, twitter, quiver;agitate, ruffle;hover
n. flow, current, course; motion, change, transition; continuum; solvent; excretion.
v. soar, wing, aviate; float, wave; speed, bolt, dart; flee, decamp, disperse, scatter.
adj. unreliable, un-trusty
n. froth, suds, lather, spume. —v.i. froth, spume.
concentration,center, hub,heart,sharpness. concentrate,converge, rally,gather, meet.
n. feed, forage foe, n. enemy, adversary, antagonist, opponent.
n. enemy, adversary, antagonist,opponent.
n. mist, smog, vapor, haze, cloud; uncertainty, obscurity.moisture.
n. . foible, n. whimsy, weakness. foil, v.t. frustrate, battle, balk, circumvent.
n. whimsy, weakness
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v.t. frustrate, battle, balk, circumvent.
ontrast, setoff; leaf, sheet (ofmetal); sword, épée.
v.i. bleed ,a profuse discharge of blood, as from a ruptured blood vessel; bleeding.
fold,plication,crease,double, bend,lapping,plait;fold,double,crease,crimp, bend;folded, creased
n. booklet; cover, portfolio, loose-leaf [folder].
n. leafage, verdure.
n. people, commonalty, race; kin. populace.
n. mythology, legends, old wives’ tales. mythical deities.
adj. sociable, friendly; informal, rustic. humanity.
succeed,accompany;support,understand;copy,imitate,emulate, practice;ensue,result, be emulate,
n. adherent, disciple, cohort.
n. followers, adherents; attendance, train, retinue.
n. completion; continuation, follow-up (inf.).
silliness, foolishness, inanity,be foolish, fool around, drivel,foolish, silly, senseless, giddy
v.t. stir up, incite.
adj. affectionate, tender; foolish, doting.
v.t. pet, caress, cosset, feel up (sl.).
n. fount[ain], spring, source, basin, baptistery, reservoir; ,
food, aliment, eat, feed,fare,devour,swallow, take,eatable,edible alimentary;
dupe, mislead; tamper.change, fool around, horse or monkey around, jerk off ,impurity.
horse or monkey around, jerk off (all sl.); philander,flirt
adj. daring, brash, reckless, venturesome.
adj. silly; unwise. ignorance.
adj. safe, fail-safe.
n. base, bottom, footing; hoof, paw; foot soldiers, infantry. informal, pay for
hold, footing, grip, support; beginning, start, access, opportunity, first rung on the ladder.
foothold; basis, base, foundation, status, rank.
adj. free, unattached, at liberty.
lackey,a liveried servant who attends the door or carriage, waits on table
ottoman, hassock,a low stool upon which to rest one's feet when seated.
dude, swell, buck,a man who is excessively concerned with fashion and elegance
fodder,feed,food; food for horses or cattle—graze,feed;hunt,search
raid, attack; pillage,a quick, sudden attack
[self-]restraint; patience, long-suffering; temperance, tolerance
t. prohibit, inhibit,ban, taboo,to hinder or prevent; make impossible
adj. prohibitive;fearsome; unpleasant,stern,unfriendly, distant; disagreeable.
coercion; strength, power, import, effect; troops, soldiery, army
Fr. act of God, inevitable accident.
adj. powerful; effective, cogent, vigorous.
adj. forceful, strong,done or effected by force
wading place; shoal, — wade, cross.
adj. foremost; former, prior, previous, as compared with something else.
ancestors; forefathers.
portent; presentiment, premonition, apprehensio
t. predict, divine, prognosticate; foretell, presage, portend,calculate in advance
dispossess,to shut out; exclude; bar.
pl. ancestors, forebears, progenitors.
vanguard, front,the foremost part or place.
adj. preceding, previous, aforesaid.
adj. past, previous,that has gone before;
proscenium, front,a prominent or important position
brow, sinciput; head, temples.
adj. alien, strange, exotic; extraneous, unrelated.
forewoman, supervisor, superintendent, overseer, straw boss (inf.)
adj. leading, first, precedent; chief, best, principal.
adj. legal, juridical; controversial,adapted or suited to argumentation
precursor, predecessor; herald,leader,sign or indication of something to follow
t. anticipate, predict,to know in advance
t. prefigure, foretoken,to show or indicate beforehand
forethought, preparation; foreknowledge, prescience; clairvoyance, previsio
wood[s], tall timber, timberland, woodland; grove, coppice, copse, thicket.
t. thwart, prevent.to prevent sales by buying up or diverting goods.
woodcraft, silviculture; dendrology, forestage; conservation; [re]forestatio
t. presage, portend; forecast, prognosticate, predict.
prudence, providence; premeditation, anticipation,
omen,a sign of a future event—t. fore shadow.
ad always, ever, eternally; incessantly,without ever ending; eternally
t. prepare,to warn in advance
preface, introduction, a short introductory statement in a published work
penalty, fine; deposit.
t. make, fabricate; to form by heating and hammering; beat into shape.
imitation, counterfeit; kited, rubber, bum, or phony check (sl.).
t. disregard, overlook, dismiss, omit.
adj. absentminded, amnesiac, oblivious.
t. pardon,to grant pardon for or remission of
Nouns—pardon, condonation Ver-forgive,pardon,condone,think no more of
t. relinquish,deny oneself, give up, do without,to give up, renounce, or resign
i. bifurcate, diverge, separate, branch off.
adj.abandoned,deserted,forsaken;hopeless, wretched,unhappy or miserable,lonely and sad
N-form,formation,forming,figure,shape; form, shape, figure, cut, cast; Adj.formed, formative; ,
adj. structural; external,marked by form or ceremony,excessively ceremonious
convention,etiquette;process,or form,red tape,lip service,rigorously methodical character
t. ritualize, standardize, codify.
form, arrangement, plan, makeup, layout, design; style.
shape, arrangement, composition, fabrication, structure, configuratio,
adj. erstwhile,whilom,sometime,quondam;foregoing,preceding,past,long past,or ancient
adj.appalling,tremendous;arousing feelings of awe or admiration because of grandeur,strength,etc.
shapelessness,arousing feelings of awe or admiration because of grandeur,strength,etc.
rule; expression, equation; recipe.
t. frame, devise, concoct, formularize.
i. philander, sleep around (inf.)
t. desert,renounce, quit, forswear,to give up or renounce
deny, abjure; commit perjury.
fortress, stronghold, fortification,any permanent army post
strong point,talent,skill,excellence,strength,specialty;knack

adforward,onward;out (of),from;away
adj. imminent; available,friendly and outgoing
adj. downright,straightforward,frank,outspoken;unequivocal,honest,straight from the shoulder
ad at once, immediately,without delay
t. strengthen,buttress,uphold, sustain,to protect or strengthen against attack
courage,patience,endurance.
fort,citadel,a large fortified place;a fort or group of forts, often including a town
adj. casual, chance,happening or produced by chance; accidental
adj.lucky,blest,to be congratulated;auspicious.
fate,lot,destiny;chance,luck;wealth,possessions,property;money.
clairvoyant,crystal-gazer,astrologer,numerologist,phrenologist,palmist,palm-reader.
marketplace,agora;court,tribunal,council;colloquium,symposium,panel,town meeting
adj. front,foremost;prompt;enterprising,aggressive,future,coming,into view or consideration
petrification;any remains, impression, or trace of a living thing of a former geologic age
t. nourish, nurture, cherish; encourage, support.
adj. dirty, soiled, disgusting; stormy, unpleasant; obscene,unfair
adj. abusive,blasphemous,ribald.
t. establish, institute, originate; cast.
base; basis; endowment; institution,groundwork of anything
producer, establisher, originator.
waif, orphan, bastard,an infant or small child found abandoned
works,iron-or steelworks,an establishment for producing castings in molten metal
spring, jet, spray; fount, source.
the press, print medium.
bird; hen, stewing chicke
reynard, slyboots,a cunning or crafty person
pit, trench,a small pit,dug as a shelter in a battle area.
adj. clever, sly, cunning; attractive, sexy
lobby, vestibule, anteroom, entry, entrance hall
uproar, disturbance.e.g -disorder, loudness.
part; half, quarter, eighth, etc.; portion, piece, bit; scrap, fragment
break, split, crack, cleft,state of being broke
adj. delicate,breakable;tenuous,gossamer,easily broken,shattered,or damaged;delicate
bit,part,scrap.a part broken off or detached
perfume,bouquet,odor
adj.fragile,brittle,delicate;weak,infirm,weak-willed.
t. construct, fashion, fabricate; devise, compose, formulate; enclose; slang, incriminate,
structure,frame,skeleton,shell;frame of reference
privilege, right, prerogative
adj. ingenuous,candid,straightforward,forthright,sincere,open
frankfurt,sausage,hot dog,a small,cooked and smoked sausage of beef or beef and pork
adj. distraught, frenzied, wild,agitated
adj. brotherly ,of or befitting a brother or brothers; brotherly.
brotherhood,fellowship,secret society,club
i. associate,band together;consort or mingle with;collaborate.
deception,deceit, trickery, sharp practice, or breach of confidence
adj.filled with,loaded,laden,beset.
fracas,a fight, battle
t.informal,fray,abrade,wear out;vex,exasperate,get on one’s nerves.
abnormality,fluke,sport,a sudden and apparently causeless change or turn of events,the mind,etc.
spot,dapple,lentigo
adj. at liberty unrestrained;exempt;gratuitous,free of charge;lavish,profuse.
freedom, liberty, independence; independent
informal, fight,open to everyone.
mercenary;freelancer,private contractor,free agent,independent.
slang,parasite,to take advantage of others for free food, entertainment, etc.
skeptic, agnostic, doubter
highway,parkway,expressway,another name for expressway
adj. informal, nonchalant, carefree,
congeal, turn to ice, make ice; harden; die; immobilize;,
cargo,load,shipment;burden
cargo ship,lighter,trader,steamer,transport,
adj.frantic,frenzied,hectic,distraught,jittery
fury,agitation;excitement,enthusiasm;delirium,furor
frequency,oftenness,the state or fact of being frequent
adj. regular,haunthang around or out
adj.novel,recent;new,un-faded,unjaded,unhackneyed,vigorous;rested,cool, inexperienced;insolent.
t. refresh,revive,brace up;renovate,spruce up;ventilate,air out,cool off;deodorize,sweete
plebe, underclassman; novice, greenhorn, tenderfoot.
agitate, irritate, vex; worry, chafe,ume, complain, annoyance, discontent
adj. restless; peevish, pettish.
adj. crumbly,easily crumbled or reduced to powder;friable rock.
monk, brother,a member of a religious order.
friction,attrition,rub,scratch,file,rasp,scrape,scrabble,grate
friend,acquaintance,neighbor,well-wisher;alter ego;make friends with, receive with open arms
dread, terror, panic, alarm.
adj.horrible,shocking;informal,unpleasant,disagreeable.
adj.cold,icy,freezing;passionless,cold-blooded,formal.
trimming,decoration,ornament;ruffle,extra,something superfluous
edge,border,outskirts;edging;perimeter.
caper,cavort,frolic,cut up,carry on,horse around,slang,search,shakedown,skip,
adj.playful,pert,peppy.lively.
t.waste,dissipate.battercake,to break or tear into small pieces or shreds
levity,flightiness,giddiness,the quality or state of being frivolous
adj. curly, kinky,formed into small, tight curls, as hair
gown, dress;a gown or dress worn by a girl or woma
i.play,merry play; merriment,prank.
prep.away,out of.
forefront,fore.be or stand in front,head.Adj.front,fore,frontal,forward
borderland,outskirts;wilderness.
leader,pacesetter.
rime, hoarfrost, cranreuch; coldness, cold.
icing,decoration
adj.cold,cool;unfeeling,coldhearted;distant,aloof.
foam,lather,cream,collar;levity,triviality.i.foam,bubble,fizz,an aggregation of bubbles
i.scowl,lower,glower;to look displeased; have an angry look.
adj. slovenly,frumpy.untidy in appearance; shabby
adj.glacial,frostbitten,cold;motionless,paralyzed,petrified;frigid.
adj.saving,sparing,economical in use or expenditure,prudently saving or sparing
product,yield,harvest;offspring,result,consequence,outgrowth.
adj.productive,fertile;prolific;profitable.
realization,attainment.
adj.unavailing,unprofitable,vain;barre
dowdy person,slattern,a person who is dowdy,drab,unattractive.
t.defeat,thwart,circumvent,cross,baffle,nullify.
sauté,pan fry,deep-fry,frizzle,griddle,skillet-cook;slang,
vulgar,copulate,have sex,sleep or go to bed with.
fogy,stuffed shirt,a person who is stuffy,old-fashioned,conservative.
cheat,exaggerate,a soft candy made of sugar,butter,milk,chocolate
fuel,firing,combustible;inflammable,burnable
adj.runaway,fleeing;fleeting;transitory.having taken flight,or run away
t.satisfy,realize,gratify;execute,discharge;effect,carry out.
adj.resplendent,shining brightly;dazzling
adj filled,completely filled; containing all that can be held
adj.thoroughbred,purebred,whole-blooded;virile.
adj.full-fledged,mature;in bloom.
boom,thunder,roar;explode;rail,excoriate.to explode with a loud noise; detonate.
adj.obnoxious,foul,excessive;tasteless,disgusting;sickening;repulsive
grope,fluff,flub,muff,to feel or grope about clumsily
i.chafe,fret,rage;smoke,reek.
t. disinfect,to expose to smoke or fumes, as in disinfecting or exterminating roaches,ants.
sport, diversion, amusement.
faculty,office,duty,role,province;observance.
adj. useful,serviceable.capable of operating or functioning
resources,reserve, accumulation; a supply of money or pecuniary resources
adj. basic,underlying,original,intrinsic,serving as,or being an essential part of
obsequies;burial,the ceremonies for a dead person prior to burial or cremation;
adj. funebrial,sad,black, dark.mournful;gloomy; dismal
adj. earthy,odorous.overcome with great fear;terrified.
cone,bottleneck,chimney,shaft.a smokestack, especially of a steamship
adj.amusing,droll,comic;absurd,laughable,informal,strange.
hide,pelt, coat,peltry,skin,pelage; hair, dow
pl. unrestrained or violent anger, rage, passion
adj.raging,violent,fierce,storming,turbulent,informal,mad,angry.
leave,pass,liberty.a usually temporary layoff from work
a structure or apparatus in which heat may be generated
t.equip,outfit;provide,yield,supply
furniture,furnishings,household effects,movables.
commotion,craze,mania,fad,a general outburst of enthusiasm, excitement.
a person who buys and sells furs, a fur dealer or fur dresser.
crack,a narrow groove made in the ground
adj.hispid,fuzzy.consisting of or resembling fur
adj.farther,more,additional.
admoreover,besides,in additio
adj stealthy,sly,taken,done,used
rage,frenzy;violence,turbulence,violent or uncontrolled anger
merge,unite,amalgamate,weld;melt,or the like filled or saturated with combustible matter
union,amalgamation,integration,merger,the act or process of fusing;the state of being fused.
bustle,hubbub,confusion,agitation,an excessive display of anxious attention
adj.musty,stuffy,old fashioned,having a stale smell;moldy;musty
adj.ineffectual,vain,idle,useless,incapable of producing any result;ineffective
future,hereafter,time,future generations;posterity
loose,light,fibrous,fluffy matter,slang,police,police officer
cackle;chatter,prattle
ramble,wander,roam,stray
stable or warble fly;goad,any of various flies
contrivance, device,invention, machine;
spear,hook,an iron hook with a handle for landing large fish
blunder,error,a social blunder; faux pas.
muffle,silence;choke,strangle,retch.
merriment,cheerfulness,the state of being gay or cheerful;gay spirits.
increase,profit;amplification
adj.profitable,lucrative.
contradict,to deny,dispute,contradict.
step,stride,trot,walk,a manner of walking
legging,an overshoe with a fabric top
a festive occasion;celebration;special entertainment
assemblage,multitude;Milky Way.
wind,storm,a very strong wind
bitterness,impudence;effrontery.
brave,spirited,noble-minded
balcony,corridor;veranda
roam,wander,to wander about,seeking pleasure or diversion
run,canter,to ride a horse at a gallop;ride at full speed
gibbet,hanging tree,a similar structure from which something is suspended
ad in abundance.in abundance; in plentiful amounts
stimulate,shock;motivate,move
attack;stratagem,ruse,artifice
chance,wager,risk,speculate,risk,bet.
gaming,risk,betting,dicing,
to skip about,as in dancing or playing;frolic
amusement,diversion,sport,play;
urchin,street Arab.
scale;scope,extent,compass.
high,rank,plucky;racy,off-color.
group,band;set,clique;mob,horde.
awkwardly tall,loosely built.
moral decay or corruption
a member of a gang of criminals
interval,vacancy,break
open,spread,stare,gaze,to stare with open mouth
service station junk,scraps;nonsense.
distort,misreport,to confuse unintentionally or ignorantly
herbary,nursery,flower beds.
common,regular,ordinary.
gigantic,huge,mammoth,immense,vast
crudely or tastelessly colorful,showy,or elaborate,as clothes or decoration.showy,gaudy.
a representation of such a wreath or festoon
clothing,robe,dress,vestment,habiliment
harvest,collect,store,to gather,collect,hoard
decorate,season,flavor
crawl space,an attic,usually a small,wretched one
a body of troops stationed in a fortified place
wordiness,verbosity,talkativeness
aeriform or elastic fluid;vapor,fume,any such fluid or mixture of fluids.
slash,gouge,slit;cut;scratch,score
petrol,gasoline,a volatile,flammable liquid mixture of hydrocarbons
pant,labor,choke;puff;exclaim.
opening,portal;sluice,floodgate;slang.
intruder,trespasser,a person who attends or enters a social function without an invitation
infer,congregate,group,collect,harvest,pick,herd
assemblage,get-together,an assembly or meeting
awkward,uncultured,lacking social grace,sensitivity
garish,cheap,gay,bright,flashy.
measure,template;size,measure,estimate,judge,evaluate.
lean,extremely thin and bony
net,cheesecloth,bandage.
homosexual;festive;bright,colorful.
stare,to look steadily and intently
pavilion,as an open or lattice work pavilion or summerhouse
newspaper,tabloid,bulletin
a harness,especially of horses
gel,jelly,a nearly transparent, faintly yellow, odorless
frozen,cold,icy,frosty,ice-cold.
jewel,stone;prize;work of art.a person held in great esteem or affection.
n. sex; masculine, feminine, neuter.
n. pedigree, descent, ancestry, lineage, stock, posterity.
adj. universal . —n. general of the armies, commander in chief.
generality, generalization, abstraction, sweeping generalization ,general, prevail, be going about
v. make, produce; proliferate, procreate, breed, impregnate;engender.
n. age, descent, lifetime; procreating, breeding, begetting.
n. benevolence, philanthropy, liberality, munificence, prodigality; altruism, magnanimity.
n. creation, origin, formation, beginning, birth.
adj. genic, inherited, hereditary, innate.
adj. affable, cordial, jovial, friendly, hearty, pleasant.
n. imp, gnome; jinni. mythical deities.
n.pl. genitals, sex organs, pudenda, private parts
n. spirit, pixy; brilliance, intelligence; talent, bent, gift, ability. intellect,
n. mass murder, decimation, extermination.
n. kind, category, species, type, class.
adj. polite, elegant. elegance. Ant. crude.
adj. heathen, pagan; Christian; non-Jewish.
n. refinement, elegance; courtesy; nobility.
adj. mild, calm; soothing, kindly, tolerant; considerate, courteous, moderation,
n. aristocrat, cavalier, esquire. probity, nobility.
n. moderation, mildness; kindness, amenity, leniency. Ant. brutality.
n. wellborn and well-bred people.the class below the nobility.
adj. true, right, real, authentic; sincere, real, unaffected;,
n. topography, arrangement
honest, valid. purity, truth. Ant. fake, false.
adj. elderly, aged. Ant. youthful
n. microorganism; seed, embryo; microbe, bacterium; beginning
adj. relevant, pertinent, apropos, to the point.
n. germ killer; bactericide, insecticide, antiseptic
v. impregnate; sprout, begin.
v. gesture, motion, wave, pantomime, mime.
n. motion, signal, gesticulation. —v.i. wave, signal, nod
v. secure, obtain, procure, acquire; win, earn, attain; under stand,
n. slang, escape, breakout, flight; head start
n. social [gathering], meeting.e.g -assemblage
n. informal, rig, outfit, garb; costume.
n. trinket, knickknack, bauble.
n. hot spring, spout, gusher; Old Faithful.
adj. pale, haggard, deathly, ashen, livid; horrible, terrible,
n. quarter, slum. a section of a city
n. apparition, phantom, spirit, shade, specter.
adj. ghostlike, spectral, phantasmal.
n. grave robber, body snatcher; demon, vampire;
n. jumbo, monster, titan, colossus.. Ant. midget,
n. jargon, double-talk. unmeaningness
n. sneer, taunt, jeer, ridicule.
adj. frivolous, irresponsible; dizzy, flighty, capricious
n. present, donation, favor, bounty; contribution, gratuity, tip
adj. talented Ant. untalented
n. carriage; hairdo; engagement, post. vehicle, beauty.
adj. titanic, huge, enormous, colossal, immense. Ant.
v. chuckle, titter. to laugh in a silly, often high-pitched way
n. fancy man a man living off the earnings or gifts of a woman
v.t. aurify to coat with gold, gold leaf
n. artifice, trick, angle.
adv. carefully, prudently, timidly, charily, hesitantly
v. bind, strap, secure; encircle, surround; equip, support, fortify.
n. band, belt, girth; corset, cummerbund. circumscription
n. lass, maid, damsel; servant, clerk. youth. Ant
n. sweetheart, girl, love
n. outline; circumference, belt, girdle, band.
n. meaning, essence, significance, point.
v.t. bestow, donate,
v. bear [a child, young, lie in; whelp, fawn,
v.t. exude, emit, produce,
n. compromise, barter; conversation.
n. disclosure, revelation, dead giveaway; premium, bonus,
n. fact, factor, evidence.
giving, bestowal, donation; presentation, presentment;
adj. icy Ant. torrid.
adj. happy, content, cheerful, joyful; blithe, beatific; pleased; blissful.rejoicing,
n. clearing, glen, cañada.
n. charm, romance, enchantment, allure; sex appeal.
n. glimpse, coup d’oeil; ray, beam, look; ricoch peek, glimpse, look;graze, brush, strike; gleam,
adj. endocrine, hormonal; adrenal, thryroidal, etc. excretion.
n. scowl, frown, glower; stare. —v.i. flare, shine, glitter; blinding light. vision.
adj. fierce; bright, dazzling, showy; conspicuous, flagrant, obvious, notorious.
n. crystal; mirror, lens, slide; beaker, tumbler, goblet, snifter; pane; ,peloton, etc.
adj. glazed, vitreous, crystalline; mirrory, smooth, polished; bright, transparent; fragile,
n. luster, shine; coating; ice; glass, glassiness. covering.
n. light, beam, flash, glimmer, ray. —v.i. shine, glow, glitter, glimmer.
v. gather [in], harvest; deduce; cull, winnow. choice, judgment.
n. cheerfulness, delight, joy, merriment, gaiety, mirth. Ant. depression.
n. valley, dale. a small, narrow, secluded valley
adj. facile, fluent, voluble, insincere. facility, affectation. Ant. halting,
v.i. float, flow, skim; slip, slide, coast; skate, swim, ski. aviation.
n. glance, appearance, view, flash, sight. —v.i. shine. Dimness
v. & n. glance, a very brief, passing look, sight, or view.
n. luster, brightness, gleam. —v.i. flash, gleam, glisten, scintillate.
v.i. glister, gleam, glint, glitter, coruscate.
n. malfunction, defect, flaw, snag.
v.i. & n. flash, gleam, twinkle, glisten, glint, sparkle. ostentation.
n. slang, flash[iness], superficiality. shallowness.
v.i. boast, exult, rejoice; stare, gape; revel, glory, delight. boasting.
n. lump, gob, mass ,a drop or globule of a liquid.
adj. spherical; worldwide. rotundity.
n. ball, sphere; earth; orb.
n. glob, drop[let], bead, blob; spherule.
n. dejection, sadness, dolefulness, melancholy; shadow, dimness, darkness, obscurity; pessimism.
adj. obscure, shadowy; despondent, glum. Ant. bright.
v. exalt, magnify, revere; exaggerate; praise, honor; transform; flatter. exaggeration
n. aureole, halo, nimbus; radiance, brilliance; fame, dignity; effulgence; honor
n. luster, sheen, shine, finish, polish; glaze, veneer; deception, speciousness.
n. [word]list, lexicon, vocabulary.
n. flush, sheen, light, radiance, warmth. —v. shine, gleam, flush, burn, blaze, flame.
n. scowl, frown, glare. to look or stare with sullen dislike, discontent, or anger.
adj. incandescent; ardent, enthusiastic.
n. mucilage, paste, cement, adhesive. v. stick, attach, cement; adhere. coherence.
adj. morose, sullen, moody, gloomy, low, unhappy. Ant. cheerful.
v. stuff, cram, choke, pack, jam. —n. surplus, surfeit, plethora, saturation, satiety, redundance.
gluttony, gluttonousness, hunger, hoggishness; be gluttonous, gormandize, gorge;
adj. knotty, burred, cross grained; misshapen, deformed;,
v.t. grind, champ, crunch, gnaw, bite.
v. chew, masticate, crunch; rankle, irritate, distress.
n. dwarf, goblin, elf, kobold, gremlin; aphorism. mythical deities, maxim.
v.i. go away, leave, depart, withdraw, retire, exit; vanish, disappear, evaporate, evanesce;
informal, renege, betray
informal, succeed
to move or proceed, especially to or from something
v. prick, stab, prod, poke, spur; urge, egg [on], incite, impel, drive, needle (inf.).
n. approval, green light, permission.
n. object, end, aim, ambition; finish line, home, cage, goalposts, end zone, basket; field goal,
n. lump, dab, dollop ; (pl.) piles, lots, heaps, oodles.
v. eat, devour, bolt, wolf, gulp; slang, engulf, swallow up, consume, exhaust, take over. food.
n. agent, intermediary, broker, middleman, dealer; pander.
n. cup, chalice. a drinking glass with a foot and stem
n. gnome, gremlin. a grotesque sprite or elf that is mischievous or malicious toward
n. deity, idol, divinity; Olympian. a female god or deity.
unbelieving, faithless; atheistic, agnostic, skeptic; heathen, pagan, infidel; impious, irreligious
adj. divine; pious, reverent, religious, devout. Ant. ungodly.
n. miracle, blessing, manna [from heaven], windfall, boon, [lucky] break.
n. slang, flunky, errand boy or girl, underling.
n. slang, doer, entrepreneur, drum-beater, hustler, operator; zealot, enthusiast, wheeler-dealer
n.pl. spectacles, eyeshield ,goggles, large spectacles equipped with special lenses,
n. informal, behavior, conduct.
n. money, wealth; bullion, aurum; gilding, gilt, goldplate.e.g -color.
n. bonanza, [mother]lode; Eldorado. money.
v.t. shirk, malinger, slack. Informal . a brick made to look like gold, sold by a swindler.
adj. gilded, aureate, yellow; gold; precious, priceless; unequaled.dearness.
n. principle, tenet, guideline.
adj. away, absent ,departed; left.
n. cymbal, tocsin, tam-tam. a large bronze disk, of Asian origin, having an upturned rim,
adj. worthy; useful, skillful, competent; thorough, complete; valid, genuine; pleasant.
n. departure, leavetaking; adieu, aloha, farewell, ciao, etc. Ant. hello, greeting.
n. knave, rogue, ne’er-do-well, do-nothing; lazybones
adj. handsome, pretty, comely. Ant. homely.
adj. considerable, sizable;,
adj. easygoing, even-tempered, pleasant, agreeable, amiable,
good, goodness; excellence, merit; 1, produce or do good, be beneficial,
n.pl. wares, merchandise, stock, effects, commodities; belongings, possessions.
n. & v.folly. goof off, slang, loaf, loiter, shirk. feast.
gully, ravine, canyon, pass;feast.
adj. beautiful, superb, magnificent. Ant. ugly.
adj. bloody; bloodthirsty, sanguinary.
n. good news, glad tidings; dogma, truth. news, rule.
n. cobweb; gauze, veil. something extremely light, flimsy, or delicate.
busybody, talebearer chatterer;rumors.
v. scoop, channel, dig, groove, rout out; informal, defraud, cheat furrow.
n. stew; jumble, hash. food.
n. epicure, bon vivant; gastronome, gastrophile.
v. rule, reign, administrate, preside; hold power, sway, guide control;restrain, moderate, temper
n. nurse, nanny; preceptress, gouvernante.
n. regime, administration; control, rule, regulation; state, economy; kingship, regency, etc.
n. peignoir, negligee, nightgown; dress, evening gown, robe; vestment, cassock, frock, smock,
v. take, snatch, seize, capture; clutch; annex.
n. miscellany, medley, assortment, assemblage.
n. delicacy, tact, culture; graciousness, courtesy; attractiveness, charm; saintliness, piety.
lithesome, lissome, svelte, sylphlike, gainly; easy, fluent; willowy,pleasing, elegant, attractive
adj. ungracious, tactless; inept, awkward, clumsy, ungainly; inelegant; sinful, corrupt.
adj. gentle, courteous, tactful; kind, thoughtful, benign;obliging generous; charming, attractive
n. stage, degree.
n. level, quality, class; rank, standing; gradation, slope, tilt, slant. degree.
adj. slow, progressive, moderate, leisurely. slowness. Ant. sudden.
n. measure, beaker, measure,grade; calibrate; pass, commence. measurement, school.
n.pl. spray-painted, or sketched on a sidewalk,
v. inoculate,transplant, implant, join, crossbreed. insertion. corruption, porkbarrel politics.
n. fruit, cereal, seed, grist, kernel; texture, temper, tendency; mite, speck, bit,
grammar; accidence, syntax, analysis, synopsis, praxis, parse, analyze, diagram; punctuate;
adj. large, impressive, magnificent, stately, majestic; pretentious, ostentatious; elegant, lofty
Fr. first prize. superiority
n. greatness, magnificence; show, ostentation; splendor, majesty; eminence,
n. grandpa, grandsire; gaffer, old man. age.
adj. grand; stately, pompous, bombastic. ostentation.
n. granny, grandma, nana, nanny; old woman.
n. bleachers. arena. —v.i. show off, hot dog (inf.)
n. gift, allotment, contribution. bestow, concede;contribute. permission, rightness, transfer.
adj. granulated, grainy, mealy, gritty, sandy.
n. informal, rumor; rumor mill, pipeline, a little bird.
n. diagram, chart, plot, plan;,
adj. pictorial, descriptive; vivid, diagrammatic; delineative; picturesque. description.
drawing, painting, engraving, etching, lithography.
v. seize, grasp, clutch, struggle, contend. contention.
v. hold, clasp, seize; comprehend, understand. intelligence, authority,
n. lawn, greenery, turf, sod, verdure; marijuana. drugs.
n. pasture, prairie, meadowland, plain.
adj. informal, people’s, of the people, mass.
v. scrape, grind, rasp, abrade, scratch, rasp. —n. grating
appreciative, thankful; welcome, agreeable,refreshing, soothing. pleasure. ungrateful.
n. satisfaction, fulfillment; entertainment, diversion, feast;comfort; indulgence, consummation.
n. lattice, openwork, grillwork, grid.
adj. free [of charge], for nothing, complimentary.
gratitude, gratefulness, thankfulness; be grateful, thank; give, render, return, offer,
adj. baseless, uncalled for, unwarranted; free, gratis. supposition.
n. tip, largesse; present, gift; fee. giving, cheapness.
n. sepulcher, tomb, mausoleum; death. important, weighty, serious; sedate,
stones, pebbles, calculi; rubble, scree; alluvium, detritus, attritus, ballast, shingle, beach.
n. cemetery, burial ground or mound.
gravity, gravitation; weight, weighing; be heavy; gravitate, weigh, press, cumber, load;
n. sauce, dressing; slang, profit, graft. increase.
dun,mousy, slaty, clouded, overcast, drab, dingy, dull, depressing, bleak; venerable. cloudiness,
v. touch, brush; scratch, abrade, rub; pasture, browse, feed, crop. friction.
n. oil, fat; graphite; suet, lard, tallow. —v. lubricate; anoint; slang, flattery, bribe.
greatness, magnitude;dimensions,run high,soar, tower,transcend; great, grand, large, considerable,
n. greediness, desire, cupidity, avidity, avarice. parsimony.
adj. immature; inexperienced; new, recent; pale, wan. newness, youth, credulity.
n. vegetation, foliage; greenhouse, nursery.
n. neophyte, beginner; dupe, gull; slang, immigrant, newcomer. credulity, ingress.
n. hothouse, solarium, herbarium, conservatory, nursery.
v. address, hail, salute; welcome, receive, entertain, admit.
adj. sociable fond of the company of others; sociable.
n. goblin, gnome. demon.a mischievous invisible being
n. bomb, pineapple (sl.), egg (sl.).
n. gridiron, grate, network.
n. stoppage, blockage, bottleneck, congestion.
n. distress, bereavement, sorrow,affliction, disaster, trouble, tribulation. dejection, happiness
n. complaint, annoyance; injustice, wrong; tribulation, injury,
v. distress, pain, hurt, sadden, injure; mourn, sorrow, deplore. Ant. rejoice.
adj. intense, sad; severe, flagrant, appalling, atrocious.
n. gridiron, crossing; bar, tavern. broil, roast, toast, sear, panfry, question, food, heat.
n. grating, grid, web, net[work].
adj. fearful, stern, fierce, inflexible; ruthless; grisly, horrible.
n. face, scowl, leer, expression, moue.
adj. soiled, dirty, foul, filthy.
v. pulverize, crush; sharpen, whet, polish; masticate, chew, crunch; rasp, grate; oppress, harass
n. handle; handclasp; hold, control; informal, suitcase, bag, satchel.
v. informal, complain, grumble, mutter
adj. fascinating, engrossing, enthralling.
adj. gruesome, frightful, grim.
n. sand, roughage, gravel; courage, pluck, stamina, endurance.
adj. grizzly, graying, grayish, white.
n. lamentation, moan. —v.i. grumble, lament, moan
n. grocery store, green-grocerpurveyor’s; [super]mar-ket; provisions, victuals, food, supplies
n. [hot] buttered rum; hot toddy; potion.
adj. dizzy, stupefied, sleepy, half-asleep, punchy (inf.), out of it
n. bridegroom, benedict. polish, curry; coach, train
n. habit, routine, rut; furrow; trench, channel, indentation
adj. informal, wonderful, trendy, hip.
v.i. feel, essay, fumble; attempt; hunt, search.
adj. bulky, large, fat, obese; coarse, crass; brutish, callous, unrefined, insensitiv
adj. strange, unnatural, abnormal; bizarre, fantastic, odd; misshapen, distorted
n. cave, cavern; bower; crypt, vault; spelunk
adj. informal, cross, sharp, sulky, testy, grumpy, gruff, sullen
n. earth, terra firma, soil; foundation, basis; cause, reason; viewpoint.
adj. unsubstantiated, baseless, unfounded
n.pl. dregs, lees; property, land, estate, yard; motive, reason
n. foundation, framework; inception, beginning; basis.
n. assemblage, company, association; clique, set; collection, cluster, company
n. informal, fan, rooter, demon
n. thicket, coppice, copse.
v. fawn, creep, cringe; wallow, humble (oneself).
v. mature, become, develop; increase, extend, expand, enlarge; nurture, raise, cultivate;
v. mutter, grumble, snarl; complain, howl
n. development, evolution, increase; adulthood, maturity; harvest, crop, produce, yield
adj. informal, dingy, dirty
v. stint, dole; begrudge, withhold.
n. porridge, oatmeal, cereal, grout.
adj. arduous, exhausting, strenuous.
adj. ghastly, fearful, grisly, hideous.
adj. bluff, surly, rough, harsh, coarse.
v. rumble, growl, complain, mutter.
adj. surly, glum. surly or ill-tempered; discontentedly or sullenly irritable; grouchy.
adj. dirty, grubby, offensive
v. snort, rasp, oink; complain, lament.
v. vouch, undertake, warrant; pledge; promise, insure, secure
n. safeguard, shield, baffle; cover, protection; pad, hood; catch; protector, sentinel, watchman
n. trustee, caretaker, warden.
n. irregular, partisan, rebel; franc-tireur, sniper, terrorist, bush fighter.
n. surmise, guesswork, supposition, assumption, conjecture, theory, guesstimate
n. visitor, company, caller.
n. direction, management.
n. tracker, leader, instructor, pilot; map, instructions; guidebook, chart, manual; cicerone
n. guide, manual; Baedeker, Michelin, atlas, vade mecum; gazetteer, directory
n. principle, ground rule, protocol.
n. milepost, pointer, blaze.
n. union, association, club, society.
n. deception, deceitfulness; trickery, cunning, craftiness.
adj. artless, innocent, naive, unsuspecting, ingenuous, honest
guilt, guiltiness, culpability, chargeability, criminality, improbity
adj. inculpable, innocent, blameless, faultless
n. appearance, aspect, pretense, semblance; costume, mien; cloak, cover.
n. gully, ravine, canyon, arroyo, gorge; riverbed
n. arm (of the sea), bay; chasm, abyss; rift, gap, separation, void, crevasse, pit, deep.
n. dupe, pigeon. —v.t. cheat, trick.
easily deceived or cheated.
arroyo, gulch, trench, ditch, wadi, gorge, ravine.
v. swallow; choke. credulity, wind
adj. sticky, tacky, gluey.
n. informal, initiative, self-reliance; common sense
n. firearm,a weapon consisting of a metal tube
n. gunplay, shooting, burst, volley, salvo
adj. informal, enthusiastic
n. muck, mire, slime, sludge.
n. slang, trigger man, torpedo.
n. carabineer, cannoneer, artilleryman; hunter; marksman
v.i. bubble, babble.
n. pundit, mentor; mahatma, yogi, etc.
v. pour, flow, jet, spurt; effuse, issue, emit, spout.
adj. informal, sentimental, maudlin, mushy.
n. puff, burst, flurry, blow, breeze, blast.
n. pleasure, enthusiasm, enjoyment, relish, zest, delight.
v. eviscerate, disembowel; burn out, lay waste, demolish.
n.pl. bowels, entrails, innards, viscera; substance, gist, essence; slang, determination,
adj. informal, brave, nervy, plucky
n. curb, ditch, spillway, trough.
adj. throaty, rasping, husky, hoarse.
n. shroud, rigging ,Informal . a man or boy; fellow: He's a nice guy.
n. swig,to drink, or sometimes eat, greedily, frequently, or plentifully
n. gym, gameroom; arena.
n.pl. athletics, acrobatics, exercises, calisthenics
n. slang, cheat, swindle.
n. nomad, vagrant, idler; flirt coquette
v. turn, whirl, twirl, spin
v.t. clothe, dress; provision
n. tendency an acquired behavior pattern regularly followed until it has become almost involuntary
n. habitation; environment, native heath; quarters
v. chop, hew, slash, cut. —n.cough, stutter; hackney, cab
get by, performpass muster.
adj. trite, stale, used, banal, commonplace.
n. handle. a handle, especially of a knife, sword, or dagger.
n. harridan, termagant, shrew,witch, crone.
adj. drawn, gaunt; cadaverous, skeletal.
v.i. cavil; bargain, chaffer,
n. greeting, welcome; hailstones.
n. manefilament;bit, inch
n. barbering, trim, hairdo; crew cut, butch, flattop, fuzz-cut, razor cut
n. coiffure, hairstyle; set, cut, shape; permanent [wave]; bob, pigtail, ponytail, bangs, braids,
n. coiffeur, coiffeuse, hairstylist; barber, tonsor; wig-maker, perruquier, perruquière.
adj. beardless; bald, bare; clean-shaven, smooth-faced.
n. toupee, wig ,a toupee.
adj. frightening, terrifying.
n. quibbling, nitpicking.
adj. hirsute; furry; slang, dangerous.
adj. calm, tranquil, peaceful, quiet, pleasant.
adj. healthy, robust, hearty, vigorous, sound.
n. hemisphere; bisection; moiety.
adj. incomplete; immature.
n. mestizo, métis[se], mulatto; half-blood, half-caste; mule; hybrid, mongrel.
adj. indifferent, apathetic, listless, unenthusiastic; insincere
n. white lie, equivocation
adj. midway, equidistant, middle. —adv. half, part[ly], between, en route; so-so, more or less (inf
n. hostel, rehabilitation center, way station.
adj. unintelligent, foolish, feeble-minded, moronic; mentally retarded
n. passage, corridor; auditorium, building; college; dormitory; edifice.
interj. praise the Lord! alleluia! hosanna!
n. imprint, badge, mark, cachet, stamp; guarantee, authority; characteristic, feature
v. bless, sanctify, consecrate, enshrine.
n. phantasm, phantom, mirage; fancy, delusion, chimera, illusion; deception.
n. psychedelic [drug], mind-altering drug
n. vestibule, lobby, foyer, gallery; passage, corridor.
n. corona, aura, nimbus, glory, aureole.
v. stop, check, arrest, pause, cease. —n. stop, interruption, immobility.
n. harness, bridle, tether, hackamore; noose; shoulder strap, waist, brassiere.
v.t. bisect, cleave, cut in two
n. slang, hambone, ham actor, show-off, grandstand player. —v. slang
n. chopped or ground meat, forcemeat, meatball, meat patty; meat loaf
n. village, town.
v. strike, beat, drum, pound, ram. —n. mallet, gavel, sledge.
v. encumber, hinder, impede, trammel, obstruct, fetter, restrict.
n. fist, extremity; helper, workman, employee, laborer; handwriting; informal, applause, greeting.
n. pocketbook, purse; valise, grip.
n. notice, announcement, flyer.
n. guide[book], instructions, manual.
n. manacle[s], bracelet[s]. —v. shackle, fetter.
n. fistful, grip; quantity, few, some; informal, trouble, problem, nuisance, difficulty
v. penalize, encumber, inconvenience, burden, hamper; disable.
n. craftwork, handiwork; woodcraft, stonecraft, etc.; skill, workmanship, dexterity, artisanship,
adv. skillfully, neatly, easily, with dispatch.
n. nose cloth, sudarium; neckerchief; bandanna, foulard; scarf, headcloth, headkerchief.
n. shaft, hilt, grip, knob; slang, name —v. manipulate, use, wield; direct, control, manage
n. trainer, coach; masseur; dealer, jobber, agent.
adj. handcrafted, -wrought, -carved, etc.; individualized; crude, makeshift.
adj. secondhand, castoff, discarded.
n. slang, alms, offering, charity; handbill.
adj. attractive, comely, good-looking, personable; fine; generous, ample; striking.
n. calligraphy, penmanship.
adj. convenient, near, available, ready; adept, dexterous, apt; competent, capable, expert.
n. jack-of-all-trades, odd-job man, factotum, janitor.
v. suspend, dangle, sag; attach; depend, be contingent (on); string up, lynch.
n. shed, housing ,a shed or shelter.
n. dependent, parasite.
n. executioner. a person who hangs criminals who are condemned to death; public executioner.
n. resort, haunt, rendezvous, stamping ground, clubhouse; slang, saloon, dive, den.
n. informal, crapulence, nausea, katzenjammer, gueule de bois; holdover, atavism, survival
n. slang, thing, obsession, preoccupation; phobia.
v. desire, covet, crave, long for, yearn for
adj. chance, casual, aimless, random; hit-or-miss. Ant. planned, orderly
adj. unlucky, unfortunate.
v. befall, eventuate, occur.
n. event, incident, occurrence
adj. fortunate, lucky; gay, contented, joyous, ecstatic; felicitous, apt; glad.
adj. unworried, irresponsible.
n. speech; tirade, scolding, diatribe; address, declamation
v. distress, badger, trouble, vex, plague, torment, irritate, needle
n. omen, sign, forerunner, precursor.
n. refuge; port, retreat; haven, shelter; mole. —v. protect, shield, shelter; cherish, keep
adj. firm, rigid unsympathetic, unloving, unfriendly, callous; strenuous, difficult
n. ill will, bad blood, animosity.
informal, poor, needy
adj. informal, disillusioned, sophisticated.
adj. dedicated, faithful; severe, intense.
v. anneal, fire; steel; congeal, thicken
adj. cruel, pitiless, ruthless, merciless, uncompassionate, callous, unsympathetic
adj. rigid, uncompromising; authoritarian.
adv. scarcely, barely; improbably; rarely.
hardness, rigidity, inflexibility,harden, stiffen, petrify,
n. adversity, difficulties; calamity, affliction
n. housewares, tools, utensils; ironmongery, plumbing supplies, etc.; slang, guns, weaponry
adj. sturdy, tough, vigorous; resolute, daring; durable.
adj. giddy, capricious, scatterbrained.
n. seraglio; bridal suite, love nest (sl.).
v. harken; hear, listen.e.g -hearing, attention
revert ,to listen attentively; hearken.
n. strumpet, cocotte, prostitute; paramour, courtesan.e.g -impurity
n. deterioration, evil, dishonor, mischief, injury. —v. damage, injure; desecrate,
adj. injurious, hurtful.e.g -disease, badness. Ant. harmless, safe
adj. innocent, innocuous, inoffensive.e.g -innocence, safety, goodness
n. agreement, concurrence, concord; accompaniment;order, symmetry; tunefulness
n. bridle, traces, hackamore; gear. —v. control, utilize; curb, yoke
n. lyre, psaltery.e.g -music. —v. dwell on, repeat, din, iterate, nag, pester
adj. distressing, wrenching, tragic, nerve-racking.e.g -pain.
v. plunder, pillage, attack; distress, plague, harass, hound.e.g -malevolence
adj. acrimonious, ungenial, severe, rough, ungracious; sharp, sour; discordant, hoarse, grating;
n. crop, yield, product, issue, outcome.e.g -effect, store, agriculture
n. [old] fogy, mossback
mixture, medley, mix, jumble, mishmash, confusion; botch; rehash, review; slang, hashish, marijuana
n. slang, quarrel, squabble.
urgency; dispatch; acceleration,make haste, hurry [up],hurried, cursory, precipitate
n. cap, headgear, bonnet; headdress; derby, bowler; turban, cloche.e.g -clothing
v. invent, contrive, originate; incubate; concoct, devise.e.g -falsehood, imagination, plan
n. ax(e); hatchetman or -woman, assassin.e.g -instrumentality, killing
n. trapdoor ,the opening of any trap door, as in a floor, ceiling, or roof.Origin:
abhorrence, loathing; disaffection,view with horror
adj. overbearing, arrogant, supercilious, proud, lordly, superior
drag, pull, draw; transport, deliver; lug; haul up, arraign.e.g -transportation, traction, lawsuit
n. shade, ghost, spirit, spook; resort, rendezvous, retreat, den, hangout
Fr. upper classes; high society.e.g -fashion, nobility
Fr. high fashion.high fashion; the most fashionable and influential dressmaking and designing.
Fr. gourmet cooking, cordon bleu
v. own, hold, retain, possess, keep, maintain.e.g -possession.
n. refuge, sanctuary, asylum, shelter; harbor, port, snuggery; protection.e.g -safety
n. informal, pauper, poor person
n. devastation, destruction, wreckage; disorder, chaos, confusion; ravagement,
n. falcon, buzzard, kite, harrier, etc.; [hard or racking] cough; informal
n. street salesman, vivandière, street crier
n. informal, rustic, bumpkin.
adj. slang, confused, mixed-up, berserk, screwy; out of control, out of commission
n. danger, chance, risk, peril, gamble; accident, adventure, contingency
n. film, opacity, mist, fog; dimness. obscurity.e.g -cloudiness
n. pate, poll, noggin (sl.), bean (sl.); chief, director, manager, leader; title
n. migraine, megrim, splitting headache; hangover; problem, burden, difficulty, nuisance,
n. headgear, millinery
n. cannibal; recruiter, talent scout.e.g -inquiry, pursuit
n. title, caption; direction, course.e.g -nomenclature
n. promontory, spit, cape, spur.e.g -convexity, height
n. title, banner. —v.i. star, feature.e.g -nomenclature, indication
adj. hasty, hurried; rash, precipitate; heedless, reckless.e.g -rashness, haste
n. principal. the person in charge of a private school.
n. headset, receiver, earphone.
n.pl. main office, base of operations, HQ; government, general staff, chief.
n. gravestone; foundation stone, cornerstone; cairn, dolmen, cromlech.e.g -interment
adj. obstinate, willful, stubborn.e.g -obstinacy, violence
n. progression, advance; gain, accomplishment, achievement; clearance.e.g -space
adj. exhilarating, intoxicating.e.g -drinking, excitement
v. mend, cure; repair, restore; ease.e.g -restoration. Ant. infect
healthiness; mental health,be healthy; bloom, flourish,healthy, well, sound, hearty
n. pile, load, stack, mound,assemblage; informal, great deal
sense of hearing; audition, auscultation; eavesdropping,overhear, take in;eavesdrop,auditory, aural
n. news, gossip, rumor, talk, report.e.g -information. Ant. eyewitness.
n. funeral wagon. a vehicle for conveying a dead person to the place of burial.
n. center, substance; kernel, pith, gist, core; breast; spirit, courage; sympathy
n. sorrow, anguish. emotional pain or distress; sorrow; grief; anguish.
adj. miserable, wretched, forlorn, disconsolate, anguished.e.g -pain, dejection
cardialgia, pyrosis, pain; rue, remorse, resentment.e.g -jealousy
v. cheer, encourage, brighten, reassure, comfort, rally.e.g -courage, cheerfulness
adj. sincere, earnest; profound; meaningful, cordial; enthusiastic.e.g -feeling. Ant. insincere
n. fireside, fireplace; in-gle[nook]; family [circle].
adj. cruel, cold, unfeeling, uncaring, unsympathetic, callous; unkind, inconsiderate, insensitive.
adj. harrowing; heartbreaking.
adj. unhappy, grieving, forlorn.e.g -dejection
n. sweetheart, honey
adj. intimate, confidential, private, off the record, entre nous; frank, candid
adj. encouraging, inspiring, heartening.e.g -hope
n. comrade; sailor, tar.e.g -friend, navigation. —adj. sturdy, robust, strong, well, vigorous
n. high temperature; passion, rage, vehemence; rut, mating period.e.g -sex, excitement
adj. feverous, fervent; excited, agitated; passionate, hot;angry
n. pagan, infidel, unbeliever. —adj. irreligious, idolatrous,pagan,
v. lift, hoist, raise; throw,pitch, toss; swell, expand; undulate
above, empyrean; kingdom of heaven or God, Abra-ham’s bosom,sky, , blue empyrean,See angel, deity
adj. Celestial ; blessed, angelic, saintly, holy; informal, delectable
adj. weighty, heavyset , oppressive, tedious, tiresome; dull, gloomy, overcast; strong
adj. durable, sturdy; tough, rugged.e.g -durability
adj. oppressive, tyrannical ; clumsy, offensive
v.t. plague, taunt, harass; challenge, interrupt.e.g -discontent.
adj. feverish, febrile; excited, agitated, frenetic, wild, turbulent
v. bully, torment, plague, domineer, bluster.e.g -insolence, threat.
shrubbery, hedgerow.e.g -vegetable, enclosure. evade; protect, shelter; hem in, obstruct; temporize
n. attention, notice, regard, consideration, care. observe, care, notice, attend, regard; consider
adj. caring, attentive
disregardful, remiss, careless, negligent, thoughtless; unobservant, unnoticing, undiscerning;
n. rear; tilt, cant; slang, cad, scoundrel, bounder
adj. weighty; bulky, burly,brawny; beefy, corpulent
altitude, elevation; loftiness, tallness,tower, pillar, column,on high, high up, aloft, up, above
adj. dreadful, abominable; atrocious, hateful, monstrous.e.g -badness, hate.
n. legatee, inheritor, beneficiary.e.g -possession, acquisition
n. possession, keepsake, memento, souvenir
n. slang, burglary
n. autogiro, whirlybird.
Hades, place of torment; Pandemonium,Tartarus, Hades, Avernus,Pluto, Rhadamanthus; Charon; Satan
n. greeting, salutation, welcome; reception. —interj. good day! good morning! good afternoon!
n. tiller, wheel; authority, command, scepter.e.g -direction
n. headgear, skullcap, casque, headpiece; crest, morion.e.g -clothing, defense
n. servant, staff, employees; assistance, succor; relief, remedy.assist, serve, befriend; better.
adj. beneficial, contributory, favorable; useful, worthwhile, furthering, improving;
n. serving, portion
adj. impotent, powerless; defenseless, vulnerable, resourceless; prostrate, crippled
adj. confused, disorderly.
n. edging, fringe, frill.
v.i. bleed ,a profuse discharge of blood, as from a ruptured blood vessel; bleeding.
n. fowl, chicken, bird, pullet.
adv. herefrom, away; henceforth, henceforward; so, therefore.e.g -reasoning, departure,
n. hireling, underling; flunky, lackey; tool, puppet; accomplice; stooge, yes-man,
adj. hag-ridden; browbeaten, nagged, hounded; led by the nose, jumping through hoops
adj. slang, well-informed; hip, in the know, wise (to), up on, cool (all sl.).e.g -knowledge
n. forerunner, precursor, announcer, messenger, harbinger.
n. blazonry, emblazonment.
n. potherb, condiment.
n. weed killer, defoliant
adj. strong; arduous, strenuous.e.g -strength, difficulty
n. group, flock, drove; gathering; troop, pack, crowd.e.g -multitude
n. shepherd, shepherdess, cowherd, pasturer, herdboy, cowboy.e.g -domestication
adv. hereabouts, hither, hitherward.e.g -location
adv. subsequently, henceforth, henceforward, eventually, ultimately.e.g -futurity.
adj. inheritable, transmissible, heritable, ancestral, patrimonial.
n. dissent, heterodoxy.
n. bequest, inheritance, legacy, hereditament, patrimony.e.g -possession.
n. androgyne, epicene,transsexual.e.g -mixture, male, female
adj. mystic, magic, alchemic; airtight, vacuum-packed.e.g -closure.
n. anchorite, recluse, eremite, ascetic, solitary.e.g -asceticism, seclusion
victor, defender, champion, redeemer; inspiration, ideal, model, paragon; knight in [shining] armor
adj. courageous, intrepid, valiant, brave, mighty, fearless, gallant.
n. diamorphine; [big] H, horse, snow, scag (all sl.).e.g -drugs, habit
v.i. falter, waiver, shrink, demur; pause.e.g -doubt, stammering, unwillingness
syncretism; sectarianism, nonconformity, unconformity,fanaticism, zealotry,heretic, seceder
adj. diverse, mixed, conglomerate; unlike, dissimilar.e.g -difference, variegation
of, pertaining to, or exhibiting heterosexuality.
v.t. fell; chop, cut, hack; chip
n. spell; charm,to bewitch; practice witchcraft on
n. prime, height, peak,zenith; glory, full bloom, top of one’s form; halcyon
n. interval, gap, interruption, lacuna, void
v.i. winter; become dormant, hole up (inf.).
n. slang, rustic, rube.
concealed; obscure; covert
n. skin, pelt, coat; leather.
n. hide-out, retreat, hiding [place].e.g -concealment, seclusion, abode
adj. bigoted, prejudiced, narrow; illiberal; unyielding.e.g -narrowness
adj. frightful, dreadful, horrible, repulsive, unsightly, revolting.e.g -ugliness. Ant. beautiful
n. hiding [place], cover, refuge; safe house.e.g -concealment
n. rank, officialdom; order, ranking, succession.e.g -authority
elevated, lofty, tall; towering, eminent; acute, sharp, shrill; prominent, important, directorial
adj. hi-fi, stereo; quadraphonic. —n. home theater.e.g -sound
n. smart or jet set, Four Hundred, haut monde.e.g -sociality
adj. patrician, noble, royal, aristocratic.e.g -nobility
intellectual, egghead (sl.), longhair (inf.), brain (sl.). —adj. intellectual, intelligent
adj. superior, top-quality
adj. ultimate, supreme
adj. arrogant, authoritarian, pushy (inf.).e.g -insolence
n. centerpiece, main attraction. —v.t. spotlight, feature, focus on.e.g -indication, importance.
adv. greatly, extremely; generously.e.g -greatness
adj. principled, idealistic.
having a comparatively large number of stories and equipped with elevators
adj. taut, tense, edgy, jumpy, temperamental, excitable; volatile.e.g -excitability
adj. sophisticated, complex
n. road, turnpike, highroad, thoroughfare.e.g -passage
n. thief, robber, footpad, thug, bandit.e.g -stealing
v.t. slang, highjack, steal.
n. walk, tramp, jaunt, march; informal, raise, increase. —v. walk, march; hitchhike, thumb a rid
n. cheerfulness, mirth.amusement, enjoyment, gaiety,laughter, glee.
n. grade, slope; rise, ascent; elevation, mound.e.g -height convexity
n. mountaineer, rustic,bumpkin.e.g -unskillfulness
adj. steep, mountainous.e.g -ascent. Ant. flat.
n. handle, heft.the handle of a sword or dagger.
obstruction, stoppage; interruption, interception, impedition,interference, interposition
n. retrospect ,recognition of the realities, possibilities, or requirements of a situation, event, decision
n. joint, pivot, center, axis; crisis.e.g -cause, junction
n. intimation, suggestion, allusion, reference, implication; tip, trace, reminder, insinuation.
n. country; inland, backwoods, the sticks (inf.).e.g -region
adj. slang, wise, in, on to; swinging, jazzy; bohemian; cool, gone, beat
n. slang, hipster, beat[nik], yippie; bohemian, nonconformist; [cool] cat, swinger; hepcat
n. rental, employment; fee, remuneration. —v. rent, lease; employ, engage.
n. mercenary, henchman, minion, servant
n. sibilation, fizz, sizzle; spit. —v. sibilate, fizz, sizzle; condemn
n. record, chronicle, annals, biography; story, narrative, memoirs, autobiography
adj. theatrical; affected, exaggerated, dramatic.e.g -drama, affectation.
n. informal, success, smash; favorite; popularity. —v. strike, club, batter; touch, contact, reach
n. killer, assassin, hatchet man, trigger
n. hindrance, knot, obstruction, obstacle, inconvenience, impediment; interruption, pause, stop
v.i. informal, hitch, thumb [a ride], bum a ride.e.g -travel
adv. here, nearer.to or toward this place
adj. haphazard, chance, random, trial-and-error
n. collection, store, reserve, stock, supply, savings. —v. save, preserve, retain, store, amass
adj. throaty, raucous, husky, thick, croaking.e.g -roughness
adj. old, aged, venerable, ancient; frosty, white; gray[ed].e.g -age.
n. deception, trick; deceit, fraud, fakery, humbug, canard
n. shackle, bond, binding. —v. limp, stagger; halt, bind, shackle, handicap, limit.
n. avocation, amusement, fad, whim.
n. imp, gremlin; bugaboo, bugbear.e.g -fear, demon
v.i. consort, associate, socialize, mix; pal around, chum, hang out with (all inf.).e.g -sociality.
tramp, drifter, vagrant; beggar, freight-hopper, rod-rider; knight of the road, rolling stone
v.t. informal, pawn, pledge
n. magic, sleight-of-hand, sorcery; trickery, deceit, deception
n. mixture, medley, conglomeration; stew, hash, jumble
n. pig, swine, boar, sow; beast; informal, glutton
n. informal, trash, nonsense.e.g -unmeaningness
n. elevator, lift, derrick, crane. —v.t. lift, raise, jack, rear.e.g -elevation.
adj. haughty, pretentious.
dj. phony, mock, sham; ersatz.
n. grasp, clutch, grip; tenure, possession; control, influence, domination; ownership, keeping;
n. property, possession, tenure; claim, interest
n. residue, remnant, remainder.
n. informal, theft, [armed] robbery, stickup, hijack[ing], heist.e.g -stealing
n. opening, aperture, gap, cavity; excavation, hollow; slot, puncture; dungeon; cave; space.
n. vacation, festival, celebration, recreation.e.g -amusement, repose
n. concavity, depression, dent, cavity, hole; valley, gully, basin; channel, groove, furrow
n. immolation, burnt offering; massacre, pogrom.e.g -destruction, killing
adj. consecrated, saintly; blessed, sacred, godly.e.g -piety, deity
n. respect, tribute, honor; deference, allegiance, devotion
n. domicile, residence, abode, dwelling; shelter, refuge, asylum, sanctuary; habitat, habitation
n. native land, father- or motherland, birthplace.e.g -abode.
n. native land, father- or motherland, birthplace.e.g -abode
adj. unhoused; nomadic; outcast, desolate.e.g -displacement
adj. plain; simple, homespun, rustic, unpretentious, down-to-earth.
n. housewife or -husband.
n. proprietor, householder, cottager.e.g -inhabitant
adj. nostalgic, pining [for home], melancholy.e.g -regret
adj. plain, unpretentious, simple.e.g -simpleness
n. squatter, settler, colonist.e.g -inhabitant
n. killing, murder, manslaughter, assassination
n. uniformity, similarity, likeness.e.g -simpleness, conformity, unity
n. gay; man-woman, woman-man, androgyne, epicene, transvestite, bisexual; lesbian; pervert
v.t. sharpen, whet, grind.
n. candor, frankness; sincerity; trustworthiness, uprightness; truthfulness, veracity
v.t. blare, blat; blow the horn
n. probity, integrity; repute, glory, title, distinction, award; worship, respect
adj. estimable, well-or highly regarded
n. fee; gratuity, tip; reward.e.g -giving, payment
adj. nominal, in name only, titular, gratuitous, emeritus.e.g -cheapness, repute.
n. covering; cape, cowl, coif; slang, hoodlum, gangster.e.g -clothing, evildoer
n. Jonah, bad luck, jinx; witchcraft, voodoo, obeah; sorcery
v.t. delude, deceive, fool, hoax; blind.e.g -deception, blindness, concealment
n. foot, ungula, dewclaw.e.g -support. —v.e.g -travel
n. curvature, crook, bend; gaff. —v.t. catch, fasten; curve, bend; link, join
n. informal, connection, junction; circuit, rigging; tie-up, union, alliance, merger, cooperation
n. slang, loafer; thug, strong-arm man, tough, ruffian.e.g -evildoer.
n. ring, band. a circular band or ring of metal, wood, or other stiff material.
n. excitement; ballyhoo, hullabaloo; publicity, fame, celebrity.e.g -publication, repute
a cheer of joy, victory, etc
n. leap, spring; informal, dance. —v.i. jump, leap, bounce, spring, bound, dance
desire; trust, confidence, optimism,bright prospect,hopeful, confident; secure
utility, impossibility; despair, desperation; despondency,ghost of a chance; bad job
n. mass, group, throng, mob,gang, crowd, pack.e.g -multitude
n. skyline, sea line, azimuth, edge of the world
horizontalness, flatness; level, plane; stratum ,plane surface, fascia, landscape; floor, platform
n. antler, cornu, callus, nail,saddle horn, pummel, pommel;blower, tooter, tin horn
adj. tough, callous[ed], sclerotic; slang, oversexed, lecherous, lascivious, hard up (sl.).
adj. horrible, frightful. shockingly dreadful; horrible
adj. alarming, dreadful, horrifying, appalling, frightful, horrendous, hideous,
adj. horrible, foul, shocking; troublesome, vexatious; nasty, bratty; unpleasant, disagreeable.
v.t. appall, shock, awe.
n. terror; loathing, disgust, revulsion; detestation, abhorrence; dread, aversion.e.g -hate, fear
n.pl. appetizers, canapés, antipasto, smorgasbord.e.g -food
Fr. out of the fight; disabled.e.g -impotence, weariness
equine; stallion, mare, colt, filly, foal,gelding; steed, mount; trotter, pacer, hackney; nag, hack
n. equestrian, rider; cavalryman, chevalier, jockey.e.g -travel, combatant
n. rowdiness, monkey business.e.g -vulgarity.
n. hosing, tubing; stockings, socks; tights, leotard.e.g -clothing, passage.
n. shelter, retreat, rest house.e.g -abode, safety
adj. neighborly; receptive.e.g -friend, sociality.
n. sanitarium, sanatorium; clinic, pesthouse, infirmary.e.g -remedy
n. sociality, cordiality, welcome, entertainment.e.g -liberality
n. multitude, throng, mass, horde, army, legion, array; element; innkeeper, boniface, hostess.
n. security, pledge, guarantee, bond
n. shelter, lodgings; hotel, hostelry; hospice.e.g -abode
adj. antagonistic, opposed, warlike, unfriendly, belligerent.e.g -opposition, hate
adj. Heated ; peppery, biting.
n. frankfurter, wiener; show-off, grandstander.e.g -food, boasting.
n. source, cause, generator, inciter; trouble spot, powderkeg
adj. excitable, impetuous
n. inn, hostelry. a commercially run establishment providing lodging and usually meals for guests
adj. hot, hot-blooded, passionate; quick-tempered, peppery, irascible; willful,
n. greenhouse, nursery, conservatory.e.g -agriculture
n. dog, beagle, basset, bloodhound, dachshund, greyhound, foxhound, etc
adj. frequent, continual.
n. abode, residence; chamber, legislature; firm, organization, company; family
n. burgler,a person who breaks into and enters a house with a felonious intent.
adj. tamed, domesticated, trained, disciplined.e.g -domestication.
n. establishment; domicile, family.e.g -abode.
n. housewifery, ménage, economy
n. homemaker, lady of the house, hausfrau.e.g -domestication.
n. shelter, lodging; frame, covering.e.g -abode, support.
n. shanty, hut, cabin, shack, den, shed.e.g -abode. Ant. palace, mansion.
i. fly; poise, hang, linger; waver, vacillate.e.g -doubt, nearness.
adv. whereby, wherewith, why, however.e.g -means, compensation.
n. bellow, shriek, yowl, bay, keen. —v.i. wail, complain, ululate, bawl, yowl.
n. center, midpoint, axis, focus, middle; nave.
tumult, uproar, racket, disturbance, din.e.g -loudness.
n. peddler, vendor, hawker.
v.i. crowd, group, gather,bunch, collect.
n. color, tint, shade; tone, complexion, tinge.
n. pique, nettle, tiff; offense, umbrage, petulance, tantrum, the sulks.
v. caress, embrace, enfold, clasp; cherish; press, fit.e.g -love, nearness, endearment.
adj. gargantuan, enormous, gigantic, immense.e.g -size.
n. hull, shell. he body of an old or dismantled ship.
adj. bulky, massive, ponderous.
n. husk, shell, calyx, covering. —v.t. shuck
n. uproar, excitement; publicity, ballyhoo, cry.
buzz, murmur, drone, bumble. —v.i. thrum, drone, buzz, murmur, croon,
adj. mortal; earthly; humane, civilized. —n. man, woman, child, girl, boy;
n. human frailty, mortality, humanity.
adj. kind, merciful, tender, sympathetic; civilized.e.g -benevolence, pity
n. altruist, philanthropist, Samaritan, do-gooder. —adj. altruistic, generous, benevolent.
human race, human species, Homo sapiens, naked ape, humankind,person, individual,fellow creature
adj. lowly, unassuming, modest ; poor, obscure, paltry, mean.
n. deceiver, imposter, pretender; deception, hoax, fraud; charlatanry.e.g -falsehood.
adj. dull, routine, monotonous, prosaic, tiresome; ordinary, unremarkabl
adj. moist, damp, wet, dank.
v.t. shame, degrade, debase, demean, humble
humbleness; meekness, lowliness, lowness; -abasement,lowly, meek, as meek as a lamb or as Moses
n. disposition, mood, temper; caprice, drollery, wit; fun; jest; choler, melancholy, depression
n. comedian ,a person who is skillful in the use of humor, as in writing, talking, or acting.
n. hunch, lump, bulge, knob, excrescence; humpback; pile, heap; ridge, hill
n. informal, intimation, sense, feeling; inkling, notion, supposition, hint, intuition, guess.
adj. humpbacked, gibbous, kyphotic.e.g -curvature
n. desire, craving; famine, hungriness, emptiness; appetite, voracity, greed
n. informal, piece, part, chunk, clab, lump, mass, chaw (inf.); slang, beefcake (inf.).e.g -beauty
n. chase, drag; pursuit, search. —v.t. chase, stalk, follow, trace, pursue, run, trail, hound.
n. difficulty, hindrance, snag, impediment; problem, obstacle, challenge.
v.t. throw, project, pitch, toss, fling, cast, dart.e.g -propulsion.
n. cheer, applause
n. tempest, cyclone, typhoon, whirlwind; violence, furor.e.g -wind.
v. press, rush, drive, force; hasten, speed, accelerate, quicken, facilitate, scurry.
n. damage, pain, ache, injury, wound, bruise, offense; loss, harm; distress, grief.
dj. injurious, harmful.e.g -badness. Ant. harmless.
v.i. rush, strike. to rush violently; move with great speed
n. mate, spouse; benedict, bridegroom; man.e.g -marriage. —v. economiz
n. frugality, economy; farming, agriculture.e.g -conduc
n. silence, quiet, stillness, calm. v.t. calm, stifle, muffle; soothe, allay, still; hide, suppress
n. shell, integument, rind, skin.e.g -covering.
adj. strong, sturdy, powerful, robust, healthy; harsh, throaty, hoarse.e.g -strength, dryness.
n. wanton, trollop, wench, tramp, slut, baggage.
v. jostle, jolt, poke, prod; rush, bustle, hasten; slang, push, promote, advertise
n. informal, go-getter, live wire, dynamo; slang, gambler, swindler, sharp[er]; slang, prostitut
n. shack, shanty, hogan, hovel, shelter, cabin.e.g -abode.
n. mixture, crossbreed, cross, mongrel; mestizo, mulatto, quadroon, octoroon, half-caste,
adj. cleanly, sanitary, uncontaminated; wholesome, salutary; clean.
n. song of praise or devotion; hallelujah, hosanna; canticle, sacred song, spiritual; psalm, paean
puff, promotion, plug, blurb.e.g -publication
adj. hyper (inf.), overactive, frenetic.e.g -agitation
adj. mesmeric, fascinating, magnetic; soporific, narcotic, quieting, lethargic; irresistible
n. deceit, dissembling, pretense, falsity, insincerity; sanctimony, cant, Phariseeism
n. syringe, needle
n. condition, supposition, theory, postulate, assumption
adj. uncontrolled, wild,
n. frost, rime; glacier; sherbet; icicle; slang, diamonds.
n. berg, floe, ice pack or sheet, glacier.
n. refrigerator, Frigidaire.
n. frosting,a sweet, creamy spread, as of confectioners' sugar, butter, and flavoring, for covering cakes
n. dissenter, nonconformist, radical,
adj. frosty, cold. Ant. steamy, hot.
n. thought, concept, notion; opinion, conceit, belief, impression;,
n. model, paragon; idol, hero;,
n. visionary, dreamer; perfectionist, Utopian,
Fr. fixed idea; obsession ,
v.t. recognize, distinguish, put one’s finger on; associate; ,
identicalness, oneness, sameness;coincide, coalesce;identical; the same, selfsame, very same,
n. beliefs, ideas, philosophy.
n. imbecility, vacuity, cretinism, feeblemindedness;,
n. dialect; language; idiotism, phrase.
adj. colloquial, individual.
n. peculiarity, mannerism, eccentricity.
adj. vain, useless, futile, fruitless, pointless, aimless;,
idolism;demonism,demonolatry;idolatrize,idolize,worship,idolatrous,pagan,heathen;hero-worshiping
adj. simple, unspoiled; bucolic, arcadian.e.g -simpleness.
conj. supposing, in case that, provided; whether.e.g -supposition, qualification.
n. ice hut, shelter.ignis fatuus, Lat. will-o’-the-wisp.
adj. vile, base; knavish; detestable, low, common.
adj. shameful, disgraceful; degrading, humiliating.
nescience; illiteracy;be ignorant, not know,conception, ignorant; unknowing, unaware, incognizant
v.t. overlook, pass by, disregard; slight, omit, neglect; snub.
n. kind, family, class.
adj. unwell, sick, indisposed; nauseated.e.g -disease.poorly, badly; wrongly, improperly; clumsily.
n. disrepute.
tment, n. abuse, cruelty, mistreatment,severity, wrong.
n. hostility, animosity, hard feelings.e.g -resentment.
adj. unwise, imprudent.
adj. unmannerly, impolite; boorish, rude, coarse, uncouth; ignoble, base.
lawlessness, unlawfulness, unconstitutionality; offend against, break, flout, contravene,
adj. ill-starred, doomed;unlucky.e.g -adversity.
secretn, adj.
adj. unlettered, unlearned.
adj. ill-bred, rude,coarse, boorish.e.g -discourtesy.
n. sickness, disease.
adj. unreasoned, fallacious,
v.t. light, illumine; clarify, elucidate, explain; decorate,ornament.e.g -interpretation,color.
n. delusion, hallucination, vision, apparition; chimeramaltreatment; manhandling;
adj. imaginary, fancied, unreal.
representation.tra, interpretation,te,decorate; give as an example, exemplify; explain, clarify.
adj. renowned, eminent, distinguished, famous, celebrated.e.g -repute.
n. picture, reflection, double, counterpart, likeness; portrait, statue, figure; idea, concept.
n. invention, fancy; tropes, metaphors, similes, analogies.e.g -representation, figurative,
imagination, imaginativeness,imaginer, idealist, romanticist,imagine, fancy, conceive, visualize,
inequality, asym-imbue,saturate; tinge, color, metry, instability; difference, dis-suffuse; instill,
n. idiocy. the state of being an imbecile.
paraphrase, parody, travesty,imitate, copy, catch; match, parallel;imitated, imitating; mock; mimic;quotation
adj. clean, spotless, unsullied; chaste, pure, virgin, untouched.
adj. intrinsic, innate, inherent; universal (as God).
adj. unsubstantial, incorporeal,
adj. half-grown; unripe, green; undeveloped; raw, callow, young, hebetic; unready.
incapable of being measured; limitless
adj. prompt, instant, present; next, first.e.g -earliness,
v. bathe, dip, baptize, duck, plunge, submerge.e.g -water,
adj. prehistoric, beyond,recollection.e.g -oldness.
adj. vast, great, huge, infinite.See size, infinity.
vastness; enormous extent,the state or condition of being immense.
n. newcomer, settler, colonist.e.g -ingress. Ant. emigrant,
adj. impending, close at hand, about to occur; near, threatening.
repose. adj. immovable; motionless.
adj. intemperate, excessive,extreme, extravagant.e.g -intemperance.
adj. forward, bold, vain; suggestive, risqué, revealing, low-cut; unseemly, indecorous,indecent,
indecorum; unfitness, unsuitability.See inexpedience, disagreement,bad manners
v.t. exterminate, sacrifice
adj. wrong, evil; corrupt,lewd, bawdy; dissolute, licentious,loose, indecent, adulterous.
adj. everlasting; divine, godlike; deathless, imperishable.
adj. fixed, unbudging; firm, steadfast, rocklike; stubborn, obdurate.e.g -stability.
indifferent,unaware.oblivious
n. exemption, freedom (from); privilege.
n. devil, demon; brat, youth.
n. brunt, shock, percussion, collision; contact, touch, bump, slam.e.g -impulse.
v.t. damage, weaken, wear [out], spoil, mar; vitiate.e.g -deterioration,weakness.
v.t. transfix, pierce.
v.t. share, lend; tell, disclose,divulge, reveal, communicate.See giving, information.
justice, liberality.al, adj. nonpartisan; unprejudiced,unbiased, fair; dispassionate,
n. deadlock; blind alley, stone wall, dead end; standstill.e.g -difficulty.
adj. ardent, fervent, heated, passionate, frenzied, excited.
impassivity; inappetency, apathy, phlegm, dullness, hebe tude,
adj. stolid, phlegmatic, stoical, calm, undemonstrative.e.g -insensibility.
adj. eager, hurried, restive, restless; anxious, uneasy, intolerant.e.g -excitability,
imperfectionlpable,newness. Ant. mature, adult.
put under suspicion;, v.t. accuse, charge, indict,
haste, desire. constrain; incite, compel, induce.
n. hindrance, obsta-comprehensible, unfathomable. cle.e.g -density, unintelligibility.
v.t. drive, push, urge; force,
adj. solid, dense; imimpeccable,adj. faultless, irre-permeable,
irrepentance, recusance, remorselessness,harden the heart, steel oneself, without regret, remorse,
a must. a mood that expresses an intention to influence the listener's behavior
adj. unnoticeable, indistinguishable; slight, minute, indiscernible.e.g -invisibility, littleness,
imperfectness, incompleteness,not measure up, not pass muster, fall or come short,
n. colonialism, expansionism;exploitation, “the White man’s burden”; communism, capitalism.
v.t. endanger, jeopardize, risk.e.g -danger.
inapposite.insolent, saucy, fresh, cheeky, impudent; irrelevant,disagreement.
certainty.domineering in a haughty manner; dictatorial
adj. everlasting, indestructible,permanent, undying, immortal.e.g -perpetuity.
adj. impervious, impenetrable.See defense.
adj. removed, distant; impartial, fair, businesslike; general,abstract, unemotional.
v.t. Pose, imitate, take off, mimic; personify, play the impostor.
adj. incapable of being upset or agitated; not easily excited; calm
adj. peremptory; obligatory,essential, necessary, compulsory;,
adj. impenetrable, impermeable;safe, proof; invulnerable,
adj. impulsive, rash, headlong; rushing, unrestrainable.
n. impulse, force; stimulus,cause, motive, incentive.
impiety, impiousness; irreverence; profaneness,profane, desecrate, blaspheme, revile,
v.i. encroach, intrude; collide,clash.e.g -illegality.
v.t. plant, embed, fix, set in; inculcate, instill; graft, engraft.e.g -insertion.
n. tool, utensil, instrument.equip; affect, fulfill; enact, execute.
v.t. involve, entangle, embroil;incriminate; connect, associate.
n. involvement, allusion,inference; innuendo, suggestion.See meaning, accusation, information.
adj. unspoken, tacit, understood,
inferred.hinted at or suggested; not directly expressed
v. cave in, collapse, puncture.See contraction.
v.t. beg, beseech, entreat, plead.e.g -request.
v.t. hint, suggest, infer, intimate;involve, entail.e.g -evidence,information, latency.
adj. rude, uncivil, ill-man-nered.e.g -discourtesy. Ant. polite,courteous.
n. meaning, significance, importance; trend, drift, purport; importation, introduction.
import, consequence, moment,import, signify, matter, boot, be somebody,
important; of importance, momentous,importantly, materially, in the main, mainly,
v.t. Burden, inflict; force; levy, tax; delude, take advantage, palm off, foist; obtrude
adj. dignified, awe-inspiring; impressive; grand, stately, commanding.e.g -repute.
wrongon, n. nuisance, bother, inconvenience,intrusion, infringement,invasion of privacy.
what can never be; hopelessness,have no chance; square the circle,impossible;contrary to reason,
n. fake[r]; masquerader, imposture, n. masquerade, pretense; pretender, fraud.
incapability, incapacity, unskillfulness.Ant. competent, capable.
v.t. jail, restrain; confine, corral, encage; seize, take, confiscate,expropriate, appropriate.
v.t. pauperize; exhaust, drain; reduce, deplete, rob; weaken.
malediction, malison,imprecate, curse, damn, swear,imprecatory, denunciatory, abusive,
adj. susceptible, sion; cachet, seal, symbol, device; suggestible, malleable.
adj. imposing, awe-one’s mark on.e.g -indication, some, majestic, stately, moving, printing.
unlikelihood, unlikeliness;improbable, unlikely, contrary to all reasonable expectation,
dishonor; disgrace, disrepute,play false; forswear, break one’s word, faith, or promise.
adj. extemporaneous.e.g -unpreparedness. Ant. studied,prepared.
adj. indecent, bawdy, lewd, risqué; wrong, inapt, unsuitable,unfitting, incorrect, out of place,
n. misbehavior, vulgarity,
uplift; melioration, amelioration, betterment,improve; better, mend, amend; turn to good account,
v. invent, extemporize.e.g -imagination, unpreparedness.
adj. careless, incautious,rash; unwise, injudicious, ill-advised; foolish.
n. insolence, gall, cheek, effrontery; boldness, discourtesy.
impulsion, impetus, momentum; push, thrust,give impetus; impel, push; start, get going;
adj. impulsive, im-impunity, n. exemption, immunity. promptu, offhand, natural, un-impure,
immodesty, grossness, indelicacy, indecency,
ascribe, attribute.attribution, disrepute.in, n. entrée, access.
v.t. let go, release.
Lat. privately.a boxlike device for holding a film or plate sensitive to light
Lat. at the very end; near death.
Lat. in the middle of ,
Lat. in the same condition, unchanged.e.g -stability, permanence.
Lat. in full; wholly.
impotence, incapacity, powerlessness; unskillfulness, incompetence, inefficiency.
adj. unapproachable,
adj. erroneous, fallacious,incorrect, wrong; mistaken;inexact, unprecise; misleading,
adequate.uate, adj. scant, wanting, short, below par; incomplete, partial,deficient, lacking.
inactivity; inaction; inertness; lull, cessation, let the grass grow under one’s feet; take one’s time,
unintentional, adventitious,accidental, chance; heedless, careless, regardless, thoughtless.
inexpedient, not recommended; impracticable; ill-advised, unwise, imprudent, risky.
adj. absolute, inviolable,inherent.e.g -intrinsic.inherent.e.g -intrinsic.
adj. pointless, senseless, silly; empty, vacuous; idiotic. Seeunmeaningness, folly.
inorganic; lifeless, insentient, unconscious,dead;listless,inactive,inert,supine,dormant,comatose
adj. unbecoming, unsuitable, wrong, improper; inapt,unfitting, inadvisable.e.g -disagreement.
unintelligibility.culaunspoken, indistinct; unjointed.e.g -silence, disjunction,te,
inattention,inattentiveness;abstraction, absence of mind,pay no attention,disregard, overlook;pass by
adj. unhearable; faint, muffled.e.g -silence. Ant. audible,loud.
v.t. install, induct, invest;start, launch, initiate, institute,open.e.g -beginning.
adj. unpropitious, ill-omened, unfavorable, unlucky.e.g -badness. Ant. auspicious, promising.
adj. native, innate, inbred, inherent.e.g -intrinsic. Ant. learned.
adj. inestimable, immeasurable;vast.e.g -infinity.
adj. glowing, brilliant;,
n. magic words, mumbo jumbo, conjuration.e.g -sorcery.
adj. powerless, unable, incompetent; unqualified, unfitted,untrained.e.g -impotence.
n. disability, impotence,
v.t. imprison ,to imprison; confine.
v.t. shape, form, embody; animate, quicken.e.g -substance.
n. pyromaniac, firebug; arsonist.e.g -destruction.
v.t. inflame, heat; infuriate, anger, ire; perfume, scent, thurify.
n. stimulus, goad, spur;motive, cause; provocation. inception, n. start, beginning. incessant,
n. sexual abuse, molestation.e.g -impurity. inch, v. creep, crawl; edge, worm.e.g -slowness.
n. occasion; event, episode,happening.e.g -occurrence.adj. dependent, pertaining;likely
adj. secondary, minor, subordinate; casual, chance; current.See circumstance.
v.t. burn, cremate. Seeheat, interment. incipient, adj.e.g -beginning. incision, n. cut, gash, notch.
adj. trenchant, penetrating; perceptive, discerning.e.g -sharpness,feeling, intellect.
v.t. stir, urge, impel; actuate, provoke, instigate; encourage, stimulate; spur, goad, fan the flames
adj. harsh, tempestuous, raw.e.g -severity, adversity. Ant. pleasant.
n. propensity, leaning, bent, predisposition; fondness, liking; predilection; slope, slant, ramp.
v. slant, slope, tilt; pitch, lurch; tend, influence, bias.
inclusion, admission, acceptance; comprehension,include, comprise, comprehend, embody, contain
a person who is incognito. the state of being incognito.
uninflammability, nonflammability,fireproof, flameproof; extinguish, snuff, put or stamp
n. revenue; dividends, interest;receipt[s], emoluments, fees, earnings; profit.e.g -receiving.
adj. peerless, matchless,nonpareil, inimitable.e.g -superiority.
absurdity. not compatible; unable to exist together in harmony
inharmonious, inconsistent, antipathetic, incongruous,uncongenial; clashing, discordant, disagreeing
n. inability, inefficiency;,
incompleteness, short measure, half measures, insufficiency,be incomplete; fall short, lack, want;
adj. unintelligible;unfathomable, abstruse, inscrutable.
adj. unimaginable, unthinkable, incredible.e.g -impossibility,unintelligibility.
n. disharmony; inconsistency,
adj. unaware (of).imignorance.miscibility; looseness, freedom. incoherence, n. unintelligibility,
adj. inconsequent, irrelevant; trivial.e.g -unimportance,disagreement. Ant. important,
adj. careless, heed-rassing, troublesome; inopporless,thoughtless; tactless, neglect-tune, untimely.
n. changeable-merge, consolidate; unite, blend, ness, fickleness; incompatibility; join.
adj. unnoticeable, incorrect, adj. wrong, erroneous, unobtrusive.e.g -invisibility,
adj. unstable, irregular; inaccurate.e.g -error. Ant. cor-fickle, changeable, faithless.
v. embody; federate, . fallacious; mistaken,0, untrue,conclusive.
adj. irreclaimable, be-unchanging. yond redemption; intractable, incontrovertible,
adj. trustworthy, reliinconvenient,adj. awkward, embar-able, inviolable.e.g -certainty.
augmentation, enlargement, extension; dilation,increase, augment, add to, enlarge, extend;
n. unbelievable, inconceivable;absurd, preposterous.e.g -doubt, wonder.
incredulousness, skepticism; want of faith,distrust, doubt, disbelieve, refuse to believe, reject,
n. growth, increase.
v.t. blame, indict, inculpate;,
v. hatch, brood, sit, gestate,
v.t. ingrain, instill, implant.e.g -teaching.
v.t. accuse, incriminate.
n. in, officeholder, public servant.
v.t. acquire, bring about.
adj. hopeless, doomed; irremediable; unhealable.e.g -disease,hopelessness. Ant. curable.
n. encroachment, inroad, invasion; attack, foray, raid.e.g -ingress.
adj. obligated, beholden.e.g -debt, gratitude.
adj. immoral, obscene, improper;salacious, lewd, lascivious,bawdy; immodest.e.g -impurity.
n. irresolution, hesitation,uncertainty, vacillation, shillyshally.
adj. unseemly. indecent, improper, inappropriate
adv. in fact, truly.
adj. tireless, untiring, relentless, patient.e.g -energy.
adj. unclear, undefined, blurred; vague, uncertain, unspecified;,
adj. unforgettable ,making marks that cannot be erased, removed, or the like
adj. immodest; gross, unrefined,coarse.e.g -vulgarity.
n. protection, security; compensation, exemption.
v.t. impress, hollow, dent, dint, notch; knock in, set in, incise, cut; pit, dimple.
n. freedom, liberty; self-reliance; self-government, autonomy;self-sufficiency. Ant. slavery.
absolute, free, self-governing, self-reliant; unconnected,separate, exclusive; well-off, comfortable,
adj. inexpressible, ineffable , indestructible, adj. unbreakable, invulnerable.
doubt. Ant. definite,precise.
measure, scale, table, list; pointer, indication. tabulate,categorize, post; catalog, register,order
symbolization; denotation, connotation,indicate, denote, betoken, imply, argue, testify,indicating,
accuse, charge, bring ac-charges; impeach, arraign.
indifference, neutrality; coldness, frigidity,be indifferent or neutral, be all the same or all one;
adj. native; innate, inborn;,
adj. poor, poverty-stricken
n. dyspepsia, gastritis, heartburn, stomachache, sour stomach, acidosis, flatulence,
n. resentment, ire, wrath; displeasure, vexation.
n. slight, humiliation.
adj. oblique; roundabout, circuitous; underhand, crooked, furtive; hinted, implied, inferential.
carelessness, reck-injudicious
random, het-blunder, faux pas, lapse, tion).
indiscrimination, lack of taste or discrimination; casualness,be indiscriminate, mix up,
adj. vital, needful, necessary; essential, required.e.g -necessity. Ant. disposable.
adj. ill; unwilling.e.g -disease, dissuasion. Ant. well, healthy.
inaudible; imperceptible, unclear, foggy, blurry, shadowy; vague, obscure, dim; faint.
particular, single, peculiar, special; specific; personal, proper.person; somebody, anybody.
n. unconformity, uniqueness; personality; peculiarity, originality; character.
adj. one; inseparable, indissoluble.e.g -unity, whole.
v.t. inculcate; brain, wash.e.g -teaching, belief,
n. sloth, idleness, laziness, sluggishness; inactivity.
adj. invincible, unconquerable.e.g -strength.
to give approval or sanction to
adj. sure, irrefutable, incontrovertible.e.g -certainty,
v.t. cause, bring about, incite; infer; urge, persuade, impel, influence; effect.
n. inauguration, installation; inference, reasoning, conclusion; generalization.e.g -commission.
v.t. pamper, spoil, favor, humor; gratify; take pleasure (in); revel.
adj. active, busy, hardworking; diligent, assiduous, sedulous.
n. labor, work; occupation, trade, business, activity; diligence.
v.t. intoxicate ,to make drunk; intoxicate.
adj. useless, vain, unavailing; impotent, worthless; weak, inefficient.
adj. futile, unproductive, barren, ineffective.e.g -uselessness, failure.
adj. ineffective, incompetent.e.g -uselessness, impotence.
limpness, flaccidity, laxity, softness,stiffen, rigidify, tense.inelastic, unstretchable,
gracelessness, leadenness, harshness, tastelessness,inelegant, graceless, ungraceful
adj. unqualified, disquali-incompetent, unskilled, fied, inadmissible; unfit, wrong.
adj. clumsy, all thumbs.e.g -unskill-See inexpedience.
disparity, imparity, odds, difference; unevenness,be unequal, countervail; tip the scale;
imperturbability; even temper, equanimity,not get excited, be composed, laissez-faire,
adj. unpardonable, un-infinity.forgivable, unjustifiable.
adj. limitless, end-severity.less, unfailing.e.g -sufficiency,
adj. unrelenting, un-justice. yielding, inflexible, firm.
inexpediency; undesirableness, undesirability,come amiss; embarrass, hinder,
costing very little; relatively low in price; inexpensive: a cheap dress expensive, pricey.
adj. green, raw, untrained, fresh; naive.
adj. unutterable, ineffable, beyond words, indescribably.
adj. reliable, dependable, trustworthy, right; unfailing, unerring, unerrable, certain.
adj. shameful, abominable, disgraceful, unspeakable, contemptible; heinous, atrocious,
n. babyhood, childhood; beginning, cradle, genesis.
n. baby incipent,
adj. childish, puerile, immature.
n. soldiery, troops, foot soldiers.
n. enamorment, fascination (by), passion, folly, gullibility, dotingness.
n. epidemic, contagion, plague, contamination; illness; taint, toxicity, gangrene, poisoning.
adj. contagious .
v.t. gather, reason, deduce, conclude, opine; presume; construe.
minority, subordinacy; inadequacy, deficiency,not pass [muster], not measure up to
adj. hellish, Plutonian, Stygian; fiendish, diabolical, de-moniac[al]; informal, annoying,
n. hell; conflagration, heat.
v.t. overrun, invade, pervade; molest, torment.
n. betrayal, treachery; faithlessness, fickleness; adultery; skepticism, unbelief.
n. dissension, factiousness, bickering, dissent.
v. penetrate, pervade, permeate; enter, worm in, mix with, assimilate into.
adj. tiny, minute Ant. monumental.
infinitude, infiniteness; immensity, limitlessness, boundless, infinite, perpetually.
n. clinic expansion, exaggeration.
n. fault; feebleness,
v. anger, excite, arouse; in-curvature, change, grammar. cite, animate, kindle; heat, blaze ,
adj. burnable, com-ible, pliant. bustible.
n. ache, soreness, impose, put upon; do (to); give. tenderness
adj. incendiary, instigative
v. puff or blow up, aerate; tion; administering (to). comexpand, dilate, swell,
v. bend, turn, curve; moduweakness; illness, disease. late, vary; conjugate, decline.
adj. unbending, rigid, un-up; aggravate, provoke, irritate; yielding; firm, steadfast,
v.t. burden or trouble with; ,
n. scourge, affliction; adstigative
importance, weight, pressure, preponderance; predominance,
n. inflow, ingress, infiltration; inroad, invasion, arrival; immigration.
v. communicate, make known, tell; instruct.
adj. casual, free, easy, unofficial; unconventional, unceremonious.
enlightenment, acquaintance, knowledge, inform, tell, acquaint, impart, convey,
Lat. beneath one's dignity.
n. breach, violation; infringement, transgression.
adj. rare, few; uncommon, unusual; scarce, odd.
n. trespass, encroachment; infraction, breach; plagiarism, violation.
v.t. enrage, anger, madden, incense; incite, provoke, nettle, peeve, rankle, rile,
v.t. steep, soak; introduce, implant, instill; tinge, imbue; pour into, mix in.
adj. clever, inventive.
adj. artless, naive, simple; candid, frank, open; trusting, unsuspecting,
v.t. eat, drink, etc.; absorb, assimilate.
adj. fixed, implanted; inveterate, chronic, established.
adj. charming, winsome, winning, captivating; attractive, pleasing.
ungratefulness, unthankfulness,be ungrateful, lack appreciation, look a gift horse
n. component, part, element,constituent,
entry, entrée, introgression; influx; intrusion,enter, go, come, pour,
adj. embedded; entrenched,inveterate,
habitant; resident, dweller, roomer, occupier,reside, sojourn, aboriginal, domiciled,
v. breathe ,to breathe in; draw in by breathing
adj. native, innate
v.t. succeed get, ac-suppress; forbid, prohibit.
adj. unfriendly, un- institute.
prohibition. in; start, commence, inaugurate, ,
adj. cruel, barbarous,bes-or force in; inoculate; tial, brutal, savage; supernatural. interject.
adj. incomparable,
v. circumscribe, restrain; trinsic, essential. hamper, check, cramp; repress,
n. vice, immorality; sin, monition, direction; requirement; wickedness, transgression,
adj. first, beginning, intro-wrong, disgrace, dishonor, insult, ductory, primary. letter,
v.t. admit, introduce, take,
v.t. insert, introduce; wedge ,
n. command, order,
v.t. wound, hurt; damage, wrong, improbity, illegality. abuse, deface, mar, impair; ,
unjustness, unfairness; bias, warp, twist, partiality, unfair, nequitable, favor, play favorites
n. clue, suggestion, hint, tion, whisper; surmise.
adj. black, stained
v.t. inset, insert
n. creek, cove; entrance, tion, supposition. ingress; channel.
n. prisoner, détenu; ten,
adj. innermost, deepest, most private.
adj. natural, inborn; inherant, occupant.
adj. inward, internal, intethings. rior, inside; private, concealed. in memoriam,
coterie, clique, set ,
adj. inmost, most private inn, n. hotel, hostelry; tavern, bar or personal.
n. host, hostess; tavinnards, . entrails, vitals, vis-erner, tavernkeeper; landlord
guiltlessness, blamelessness, incorruption, impeccability,innocent, have a clear conscience
adj. harmless, mild, inoffensive.
n. change, newness, novelty; variation; departure.
n. implication, intimation, allusion.
adj. countless, uncountable; numberless
v.t. vaccinate, variolate, immunize, infect.
adj. innocuous, harm-inopportune, unseasonable, unless;,
mineral, mineral world or kingdomineralize, petrify, lithify; turn to dust,
enquiry; question, request; search, research. search; inquisitive, inquisitorial,what? Why?
n. examination, questioning; tribunal; cross-examina-tion; probe, investigation, inquiry.
adj. questioning; curious, prying, meddlesome, busybodyish.
n. raid, encroachment.
lunacy, derangement, craziness, feeblemindedness,be insane, be out of one’s mind;
adj. greedy, voracious; insatiate, unappeasable, quenchless, unquenchable.
v.t. write; mark, engrave; enter, enroll, list.
adj. unfathomable , an open book.
n. bug; fly, moth, beetle, ant,
n. pesticide ,the act of a person or thing that kills.

n. danger, uncertainty, risk, hazard, jeopardy.
adj. inanimate; unfeeling, cold. unaware; unconscious; inappreciative:
adj. close, indivisible, thick as thieves
introduction, interpolation; injection, inoculation;insert, interpolate, inset, put, press,
adj. internal, interior; indoor; privileged, specialized. indoors, out of the cold. private,
n. initiate, member [of the inner sanctum]. ,
adj. deceitful; treacherous. the act of deceiving; the state of being deceived.

n. discernment, perceptiveness, perception; intuition; penetration, understanding.
n.pl. badges [of office],emblems.anything serving to indicate or point out, as a sign or token
adj. meaningless; unimportant, inconsequential, trivial, small, worthless.
adj. false, deceptive; hypocritical, two-faced; halfhearted, untrue, affected.
v.t. hint, suggest, intimate; ingratiate, curry favor; insert, instill.
vapidity; tastelessness, weakness; dullness,insipid, tasteless, flavorless, savorless, unseasoned,
v.i. state, maintain, hold to; affirmation, compulsion, ob-persist, urge, press; demand.
to catch or trap in a snare ,en'snarer or insnare
arrogance; hauteur, haughtiness,overbearance, swagger, high-handed, where angels fear to tre,
n. failure, bankruptcy; lack of funds.
n. sleeplessness; wakefulness.
v.t. examine, scrutinize; check (up); oversee; investigate, look into.
n. breathing, inhalation; happy thought, brainstorm, brainwave.
v. breathe (in); stimulate, animate, [en]liven; spur, give an incentive.e.g -cause, wind.
n. changeableness,unsteadiness, inconstancy.
v.t. put in, set up; induct, seat, inaugurate, invest.
n. down payment, time payment, layaway plan; episode, part; installation, setting up, putting in
n. case, example, illustration, demonstration.
adj. sudden, immediate, direct, instantaneous. second, moment;twinkling, jiffy.
adv. in place or lieu
v.t. incite, provoke; initiate, stimulate, urge, promote.
v.t. inculcate, implant, impart; pour in, mix in, infuse.
n. knack, aptitude; impulse, prompting, discernment; intuition.
v.t. found, inaugurate; organize, start, begin, commence; originate, organize.
v.t. commit [to an institution], incarcerate; establish.
n. teaching, tutelage, education; training, coaching; command, order, direction, directive;
adj. informative, educational, enlightening.
n. implement flute, oboe, etc. document, deed, paper, record, charter; means, agency.
aid; subservience, subserviency,be instrumental, subserve,instrumental; useful
adj. disobedient, in-one’s britches
nihility; nothing,immaterialize, dematerialize; disembody, spiritualize,insubstantial,
adj. unendurable, un-more than flesh and blood can bearable, insupportable,iagonizing,
inadequateness; fall short of run dry, insufficient, inadequate,unequal to,insufficiently,
v.t. slap, abuse, affront, of-fend
adj. insurmountable. assimilation; receipts.
n. guarantee, warranty,
adj. rebellious, insubor-gible, concrete. dinate, mutinous, in revolt, upris,
adj. insuperable.
n. uprising, riot, erup-completeness, oneness. mutiny, revolution, dishonesty, imgence.
adj. whole, unimpaired, untouched. slap, affront. preservation. spect. consumption, ingestion, ,
adj. immaterial, vague, coverage, protection; insurance impalpable; unspecific; security.
impertinent;trivial, unimportant, inconsequential.e.g -insubstantiality,
adj. intrinsic, component,rebel, entire, combined, unified.
v.t. unite, fuse; synthesize, dience. blend; complete.
n. honor, honesty, pro-See impossibility. bity, uprightness; wholeness, ,
intellectuality, mentality, mind, under, notice, take notice,, mental,subjective, metaphysical,
covering. ence.
n. pundit, brain. mental ,
capacity, comprehension, , understanding,intelligent, keen, brainy, acute, alive, awake, bright,
n.pl. intellectuals, knowledge. Ant. hoi polloi, un-literati, illuminati, clerisy.
indulgence, exceed; live well or high, live on the fat of the land,intemperate, inabstinent;
to have in mind as something to be done or brought about; plan
n. fiancé[e], betrothed, future. intentional
adj. violent, sharp, strong; passionate, ardent, deep, dark; poignant, keen, acute; extreme.
v. deepen, strengthen, heighten, sharpen; concentrate; aggravate ,
n. depth; feeling; power, , strength, vigor; darkness, brilliance; extremity. energy, violence.
adj. extreme, acute, thorough.
omething that is intended; purpose; design
intent, intentionality; purpose; , plan, intend, purpose, design, intended, i advised, express,
v.t. bury, entomb, inearth.
v.i. cooperate; interplay, ,
v.i. mediate, arbitrate;
v.t. stop, interrupt, check, mesh. hinder; catch, nab, seize; cut off.
exchange,interchange, exchange, counterchange, transpose, interchanged, in exchange, vice versa,
interiority; intrinsicality ; enclose, circumscribeinterior, internal; inside, i, inmost, ,

v.t. insert, interpolate ,the act of inserting: the insertion of a coin in a vending machine.

v. interlink, interconnect ,the act or state of connecting.

n. intruder, trespasser; meddler, interferer, intermeddler.
n. intermission, intermezzo, entr'acte; pause, interval, episode, gap, space.e.g -time, drama.
n. go-between, mediator; arbiter, arbitrator, umpire, referee; middleman.
adj. between; middle, intervening; halfway.
burial, sepulture, inhumation, inurnment, lay in the grave, , funebrial, ; mortuary, cinerary,
n. interlude, entr'acte
adj. endless ,incapable of being terminated; unending
n. pause, interval, break; entr'acte.
adj. fitful, off-and-on, recurrent; periodic, discontinuous, interrupted, broken; flickering.
v.t. detain, hold; shut up or in, confine. -n. interne, prisoner; student or resident doctor.
adj. inner, enclosed, inside, interior; innate, inherent; domestic, inland.
being within; inside of anything; internal; inner; further toward a center:
adj. worldwide, global, universal.
n. information highway, World Wide Web, net.
v. step in or between; interfere, ; mediate, arbitrate; intervene, interrupt.discontinuance.
definition; explanation,; solution,interpret, explain, translate, definitive; inferential,
n. inquiry, inquisition,questioning,probe ,investigation
v. stop, check; suspend, cut short, hinder, obstruct; butt in,
v.i. cut, bisect; interrupt; meet, cross.
interspace; separation, break, fracture, separate, space, gape, open. far between; spaced.
v.i. interfere, interrupt, interpose; come between;occur, happen, take place. discontinuance.
v.t. converse with, question. -n. questioning, conversation, consultation, meeting.e.g -inquiry.
n. bowel, alimentary canal, guts .
adj. close, friendly, familiar; private, personal. suggest, announce, information, , public,
v.t. subdue, cow, bully, scare, frighten, overawe.
adj. beyond endurance, unbearable, insupportable, insufferable.
n. bigotry, bias, prejudice; dogmatism, narrowness. excitability.
n. inflection or modulation [of voice]; tuning.
v. inebriate, [be]fuddle; exalt, elate, overjoy; poison.
adj. unmanageable, ungovernable; obstinate, perverse; refractory, rebellious.
adj. uncompromising, unrelenting, inflexible.
adj. fearless, undaunted ,danger, pain, without fear; bravery.
adj. complicated, complex; involved, devious, cunning. convolution. simple.
n. plot, conspiracy, sk; spying, love affair, . fascinate, interest; plot, plan, scheme; spy.
inherence, fundamental, normal; implanted,at bottom, in the main, in effect, practically,
v.t. usher, bring in; present, insert, initiate, institute. precedence, between, insertion.
n. preface, forward, prelude; presentation, insertion. precedence, drama.
adj. introverted; preoccupied, self-absorbed.
v.i. interlope, intervene, interfere; butt in, trespass, encroach; overstep, obtrude. ingress.
adj. intruding, interfering
to charge or invest with a trust or responsibility,confide, as for care, use,
insight, , i apprehension, guess, talk at random, instinctive, impulsive, automatic; perceptive,
v.t. enter, encroach, violate, penetrate, trespass; attack, assail, harry.e.g -ingress.
adj.worthless, useless, , unusable. sufferer, patient,. sickly,unhealthy, unwell, weak. ,
v.t. nullify, cancel, annul, void.an act or instance of nullifying.

adj. inestimable, priceless.
adj. unvarying, constant, fixed, uniform; permanent. stability, regularity.
n. encroachment, infringement, violation; invasion of privacy; attack. ingress, between.
n. denunciation, vituperation, vilification. imprecation.
v.i. lure, attract, ensnare, cajole, persuade, allure, entice. deception.
v.t. devise, originate; imagine, fabricate, improvise; create, design;. imagination, falsehood.
n. tally, count; accounting, list; stock, goods, merchandise.
eversion, retroversion, introversion; wrong side out; inside out, upside down,counter,
v. endue, endow, clothe, array;surround, hem in, besiege, beleaguer
v.t. inquire, examine, question; search, probe.
n. [finance, venture, etc.] capitalist, financier.
adj. habitual, hardened; fixed, set.
adj. hateful, offensive; unfair, injurious; meanspirited injustice, malevolence.
to give vigor to; fill with life and energy; energize.
adj. unconquerable, vulnerable. defatigable, unyielding,
adj. invulnerable, unas-table.
indistinctness, escape notice, conceal, veil, put out of sight,invisible, unapparent,
v.t. summon, ask; tempt, attract, lure; solicit; bid; challenge; court. offer.
n. list, bill, summation. the rendering or submission of such a report.

v.t. beseech, plead, beg; call, summon; utilize; wish, conjure; attest. use.
adj. spontaneous, instinctive, automatic, reflex. unwillingness. A voluntary, intentional.
v.t. include; complicate, , implicate, ,difficulty, relation, disorder, attention, meaning, ,
adj. impregnable, invincible; immune, proof; perfect, flawless, safety, strength. assailable.
adj. inside, private; in, interior, incoming; mental, spiritual, hidden.
n. bit, jot, particle, tittle, mite.
Lat. out of the horse's mouth; assertion.e.g -authority, certainty.
Lat. by its nature. by the fact itself; by the very nature of the deed
temper; crossness; , irritability, hflare or fire up, or ill-tempered, hotheaded, against ,
adj. angry; enraged,arising from or characterized by anger
adj. opalescent, prismatic; colorful, glowing.e.g -color, variegation.
v.t. annoy ,not content; dissatisfied; discontented,a malcontent.


adj. troublesome, irritating, tiresome, tedious, wearisome.
n. flatiron, mangle.press, mangle.
adj. armored; unassailable, unbreakable, inflexible. ,
n. ridicule, satire, sarcasm.
adj. unreasonable, insensible; brainless, brutish, reasonless,. rational, reasonable.
adj. unimpeachable, reliable; conclusive.
variability,deviation, caprice, uncertainty; tardiness,fluctuate, intermit,come and go;flare up.
irreligiousness, ungodliness, godlessness,
adj. irremediable, hopeless.e.g -hopelessness.
adj. essential, indispensable ,an imperative requirement or need for something:
adj. faultless, above suspicion, unimpeachable.
adj. overpowering, overwhelming, stunning, puissant.
infirm of purpose, of two minds, halfhearted; dubious, undecided, unresolved, undetermined;
adj. regardless, independent despite.
adj. negligent, remiss; reckless, unburdened.e.g -changeableness, improbity, neglect.
irreligious, impious, profane. adj.without due respect or veneration; disrespectful; flippant
adj. irreversible, past recall, done, absolute.e.g -necessity.
v.t. water, moisten, flood, flush.e.g -cleanness.
adj. fretful, petulant, peevish, touchy, sensitive.e.g -irascibility.
v.t. annoy, provoke, vex, bother, trouble; irk, exasperate, chafe, nettle, ruffle.violence ,
adj. Muhammedan, Muslim; Shiite, Sunni.
n. isle, ait; cay, key; atoll, [coral] reef, ledge.
v.t. segregate; insulate, separate, quarantine.e.g -disjunction, exclusion.
n. product,; discharge; , result; question, leave, circulate, dispatch, send, publish; discharge,
n. itching, tickling, prickly sensation; mange, manginess; cacoëthes, burning, prickle,crave,
n. piece, detail, particular; entry, article; term, paragraph, part ,
v. detail, particularize, spell out, lay it on the line
adj. wandering, nomadic, wayfaring, peripatetic, traveling.
n. journey, route, circuit, course; guidebook.
n.pl. [piano] keys; dice, bones, cubes.
n. & v. punch, blow; prod, poke.
n. gibberish, babble, blather, nonsense, , talk, gossip,, rattle on, prattle, chatter, gibber,
n. man, fellow; bower; lever; sailor, hand; ass, mule, donkey, rabbit; slang, money; male.
n. wild dog, henchman, hireling, dog robber .servant.
n. donkey; blockhead, dolt, jerk. ignorance.
n. coat, sack or suit coat, dinner or smoking jacket,peel, rind, skin. ,
n. pocketknife, penknife, switchblade, .
n. [grand] prize, bonanza.
adj. weary, surfeited, blasé, dulled.e.g -weariness.
n. bender, binge, toot.
adj. sharp, rough, snaggy, notched, pointed, zigzag.e.g -roughness.
to take into or hold in lawful custody; imprison.
n. informal, crate, bus, clunker, junker.
n. crowd, press, crush; blockage, jelly, preserve; . press, crush; shove, push, block.
n. carousal, celebration
n. discord, clangor; ringing, jingle; bickering, disputeclang, rattle, ring, jingle; upset.
n. caretaker, superintendent, custodian; concierge.e.g -cleanness, safety.
n. clash, conflict, discord; vessel, jug, cruse. shake, rattle; clash. impulse, receptacle.
n. lingo, shoptalk, patois, cant, argot, jive (sl.); double-talk; gibberishunmeaningness.
n. jaundiced eye, jealousy; bitterness, rancor, hate; prejudice, bias, prejudice, bias, color,
n. excursion, ride, escapade, lark, stroll.
adj. stylish, sprightly, smart, dapper, gay, breezy, brisk, debonair; jolly, ebullient, cocky,
n. mandible, jawbone. -v.i. nonsense, foolishness talk, jabber.unmeaningness. quacity.
n. ragtime, blues, hot jazz, le pated.e.g -ostentation, music,
adj. flashy, showy; synco,
Fr. I don't know what; an indefinable something.e.g -speciality, intrinsic.
envy, cupidity, desire, heartburn, jaundice, turn green,distrust, resent; suspect, doubt,jealous,
Prod. pierce, gore; nail, rivet, impale, transpierce; slang, lace; needle.
v. sneer, scoff, , gibe, mock; , make fun of, taunt, gibe, mockery; hoot, catcall, hissing.
adj. insipid, dull; childish, immature; ignorant, uninformed.
n. gelatin, aspic; jam, preserve; mush.
n. danger, risk, peril, hazard, threat.
v. twist, tweak, pull, snap; start, twitch, jitter, jump,twitch; spasm; snap; slang, , nobody.
adj. spasmodic, twitching, spastic. smooth. ,
adj. flimsy, gimcrack, tacky.e.g -badness, building.
n. joke, wit, humor, ; pun, , wisecrack, witticism, sport, fun; make-believe, fooling. joke;
n. wit, joker, gagman, comedian; fool, clown, buffoon.
v. stream, spurt, gush, shoot, spout, pour, rush, squirt. stream, fountain; outgush,
informal, smart set, beautiful people.
n. castoff, castaway, lagan.
n. pier, wharf, breakwater, seawall.
cheerfulness, osten-bebop; cool, progressive, West tation,Coast, or modern jazz; slang, ,
Fr. gilded youth. wealthy, stylish, sophisticated young people.
n. stone, gem; diamond, ruby, sapphire, Ornament
n. gems, beads, trinkets, stones; bracelets, bangles, necklaces, ornament.
n. trollop, strumpet, hussy. female, badness.
v.i. agree, be in harmony, be consistent.
n. informal, moment, instant, flash.
v. fidget, twitch.
v.t. reject or cast off (a lover); leave in the lurch.
n. pry, lever, crowbar. -v.t. pry open.
n. clink, tinkle, ring; jangle.e.g -sound, poetry.
zealous and aggressive patriotism or blind enthusiasm for military glory.
n. informal, curse, evil eye, bad luck, plague, double whammy . curse, hex, bewitch, ,
v.i. twitch, fidget, jerk, jump, vibrate.vibration; heebiejeebies, shakes, nervousness.
dry, desiccated. citability.conjure; trick, der; pi. -v. mix up, disarrange, cheat.
n. work, occupation, calling; piece of work, stint; position, situation, duty.
n. slang, athlete, he-man; jockstrap.
v. maneuver; cheat, trick. cunning, deception. rider, racer
n. humor; mirth, laughter; jesting, joshing, kidding; wit.
v. jiggle, push, shake, jostle; trot, amble.
n. slang, toilet, latrine; client, customer.
Fr. joy of life; enthusiasm.e.g -cheerfulness.
v. unite ; federate, associate, affiliate; become a member; marry.
n. connection, link, juncture; articulation; slang, dive, den, haunt, hangout. abode.
n. jest, gag, wisecrack, witticism, bon mot,fooling, kidding, joshing,josh, jest, gag.
n. kidder, practical joker, cutup, rogue, rascal, scamp. .
adj. joyous, frolicsome, mirthful; buoyant, elated.e.g -cheerfulness. Ant. morose.
v. shake [up], shock, stun, give a kick in the pants lurch, pitch; bump, collide, crash.
v.t. push, bump; elbow, shoulder; collide with.
n. trace, iota, speck.e.g -littleness. -jot down, note, make a note of.
v. shake, shock, bump.
n. diary, daybook, record, log; newspaper, magazine, periodical. accounting, description.
n. newsman, newspaperman, reporter; writer, editor, copyreader.e.g -record, news.
n. trip, voyage, crossing; tramp, hike; travel; voyage,tour, , venture, ride, drive, motor.
n. craftsman or -woman, artisan, skilled worker.e.g -exertion, skill.
adj. genial, cordial; gay, merry; jolly, convivial.
n. rejoicing; pleasure, happiness, delight, mirth, gaiety, fun (inf.); joie de vivre.
adj. cheerless, sad ,
adj. joyful; triumphant, ex-sary, rejoicing. Ultant,elated, rejoicing, in high,
n. celebration; anniver,
a public officer authorized to hear and decide cases in a court of law
adjudication, judge, conclude; conclusion, judiciary, legal;, wherefore, this being so or t,
n. fruit drink, beverage; fluid, jumbo, adj. huge
adj. moist, sappy, succulent; . rich, tasty, tempting.
n. mixup, confusion, disorder
n. & v. hop, leap, bound, , fluidity, power. spring, vault,start, twitch, jerk.
connection,, joining,join, unite, knot, knit, conjoin, connect, , affiliate, associate,, corporate,
n. joint, point, connection; contingency, emergency.
n. wilderness, bush.e.g -vegetable, difficulty, abode.
n. & adj. younger, lesser, subordinate.
n. rubbish, waste, refuse, trash, discard, stuff, miscellany, scrap, wreck, tear down, ; discard,
n. picnic, excursion.
n. slang, addict, user, abuser; devotee.
n. dump[site], landfill, scrapyard.
n. meeting, council.
a self-appointed committee, especially with political aims; cabal.
n. judicature; adminis,
n. judge; legal expert.e.g -lawsuit, legality.
n. trial, grand, or petit jury; panel; board of judges.
adj. ad hoc, makeshift, stopgap. .
adj. fair, right; lawful, legal, exact, accurate, precise, precisely, exactly; almost, nearly, .
justness, fairness, fair treatment, impartiality, equity, be impartial,, equal, rightfully,
v. exonerate, excuse, warrant,, acquit, absolve, prove right, free from blame.
v.i. protrude, project, beetle, stand out, overhang.
n. youngster, minor, adolescent.adj. young, undeveloped,immature; childish.
to place close together or side by side
adj. variegated, varying; colorful.
adj. informal, ruined, done for, destroyed.
n. fate, destiny.
v. turn , fall down, drop like a log.
adj. piercing, sharp, edged, cutting,eager, enthusiastic, ; acute, clever, shrewd, quick.
eager to, enthusiastic abo,
v. retain, hold, possess; receive, preserve,maintain,sustain, continue;hold back, save, detain.
v.t. shut out, exclude, bar. ,
n. ; jailer,warden,watchman,ranger; doorman,tiler;protector, guardian,celebrator,supporter, .
informal, permanently.
n. memento, souvenir, reminder, token.
n. barrel, cask.
n. seaweed, sea wrack.
n. knowledge, scope.
n. doghouse, stall; hovel, hut, hutch.
n. nub, gist, core, pitch, point, center, essence; grain, nut, seed, nucleus.
n. pot, caldron, boiler; teakettle.
n. answer, solution, codebook, decipherment; pitch, tonality, register; cay.
tense; excited, worked up.
n. characteristic, key principle.
n. cornerstone, quoin; essence, high point.
n. commune, collective farm, community.
v.i. advise, comment; butt in, interfere, meddle.
v. punt,spurn,stamp; slang,, gripe,grumble, recoil,thrill,excitement,fun,slang, complaint, gripe.
n. informal, backfire; refund, discount, rebate; rakeoff; cut, commission; bribe, payoff,
n. beginning, start, onset, launch.
n. kidling; kidskin; informal, child, youth. -v. slang, tease, make fun of; deceive, fool.
v. carry off, abduct.
v.t. slay destroy, extinguish, nullify,cancel,veto,creek, river; prey, quarry.
homicide,murder, ,kill, put to death,dispatch,murder, assassinate,murderous, bloodthirsty,
n. sort, species,class,type,character, nature,kindly,gentle,tender,mild,friendly,benign,helpful.
n. nursery school, playschool.
v. ignite, start, fire, set ablaze; stir, excite, rouse, provoke.
n. tinder, fuel, firewood, combustibles.
n.relatives, brothers, sisters, cousins, parents, related, akin, allied; congenial.
n. ruler, monarch, emperor, sovereign; royalty.
n. domain, empire, realm.
adj. royal, majestic, regal, imperial; noble, magnificent.
n. slang, boss, chief, top dog.
n. curl, twist; cramp, crick; quirk, crotchet, notion.
adj. twisted; quirky, eccentric.e.g -unconformity, convolution.
n. relative, blood relation; clansman.
n. newsstand, bandstand, etc.; pavilion.e.g -building, receptacle.
n. smack, osculation, caress, merest touch. caress, osculate; brush [lightly], touch, graze.
n. pack, sack, bag, knapsack; Dop kit; collection, gear, outfit, supplies; do-it-yourself kit.
n. scullery, galley, cookhouse, kitchenette.
a light frame covered with some thin material, to be flown in the wind at the end of a long string.
n. camp, vulgarity.
adj. playful, frisky
n. fund, collection, pool.e.g -store, money.
a clumsy, awkward person.
n. adeptness, ability, aptitude, talent; dexterity, handiness, trick, skill.
n. haversack, pack; mochila, rucksack, bag, case; poke, turkey, bindle .
rogue, rascal, villain, scamp,blackguard, reprobate, miscreant; jack, bower; churl, menial, servant.
v.t. press, squeeze, massage, manipulate, work.
v.i. bend , genuflect.
n. funeral or death bell.
n. bric-a-brac, trifle, trinket, gewgaw.
n. blade, edge, point, steel, carving knife; dagger, poniard, dirk, bodkin, scalpel, lancet.
n. knight-errant; cavalier, chevalier; paladin, champion, Galahad; Templar; noble.
v. weave, interlace; draw together, contract, furrow, wrinkle.
n. knot, lump, node, protuber,
v. pound, strike, hit, rap, tap,tangle, snarl; tie, bind, fasten. tamp;bump,collide;informal, be- ,
n. hill, hillock, rise, mound, skill, savvy
n. snarl, tangle; puzzle, probvexity, cluster, group; lump, node.
adj. difficult, intricate, comaspersion.
n. informal, expertise, ,
cognition, ken, privity,, know, ken, be aware of; possess,, knowing, conscious,aware, perceptive,
boss; handle; hill.
n. illiterate, ignoramus.
apply oneself ,a joint of a finger, especially one of the articulations of a metacarpal with a phalanx.
submit, yield ,a joint of a finger, especially one of the articulations of a metacarpal with a phalanx.
n. slang, eccentric, strange.
adj. informal, proper, legitimate, conventional; genuine, approved.
v.i. salaam, bow down, genuflect; fawn, cringe.
n. glory, praise, tribute.
v.i. slang, gripe, complain, beef.
n. tag,tab,mark,sticker,slip,ticket;price tag,title,record,indication,handle,identify,name;
n. work, toil, effort; travail, task; proletariat.
n. workplace; research center, lab.
adj. heavy, difficult; stiff, formal, unnatural.
n. worker, work[ing]man or -woman, wage earner.
adj. hard, arduous, tiresome, irksome; diligent, assiduous.
n. maze, tangle, meander; complexity, intricacy.
n. cord,lacing;braid;openwork,network.weave,twine;bind,tie,flavor,mix,spike,informal, whip, lash.
v.t. tear, mangle; harrow, distress.
n. want, deficiency, shortage, need.need, require.
adj. languid, listless, casual.e.g -neglect. Ant. careful, intense.
n. footman, servant.
adj. dull. brilliant.
adj. concise, pithy.
n. varnish, shellack.
n. gap, interruption, break.
n. boy, youth, stripling.
adj. loaded, burdened, encumbered. ,
n. spoon, dipper; metal pot.
n. gentlewoman, madam, dowager; noblewoman.
adj. womanly, feminine; genteel, well-bred.
v.i. linger, drag, fall behind, hang back.
n. lingerer, loiterer
n. laguna; pool, pond, cove; estuary, sound.
adj. bedridden, sick in bed, confined; amassed, stockpiled. ,
adj. relaxed, calm, casual, easygoing.
n. den, covert, burrow, cave.
Fr. noninterference.
laic; flock,fold,congregation;assembly; churchgoers,laicize, secularize, democratize, popularize.
n. loch, lough; pond, pool,
adj. crippled, halt; weak, inef,
lament,complaint, plaint,murmur,mutter,lament,grieve, weep over,regret,, in mourning, , sorrowful,
diffuseness. Ant. wordy.
n. layer, stratum, sheet, plate, scale.
v.t. stratify, plate, veneer, overlay.
n. light, lantern, floor or table lamp; [light] bulb; headlamp.
n. satire, spoof
n. dart, spear, pike, javelin, shaft. spear; pierce, prick,puncture;hurl,throw,fling,send flying.
earth, ground, dry land, terra firma, ,land, light, alight, ground; ashore,continental, midland,
n. docking, alighting, cairn, menhir, mono-fall, turning point, highlight. runway, airstrip; ,
landlord, n. proprietor,owner; host, innkeeper, boniface ,landholder, landowner.
n. landsman; raw sea-lane, n. path, byway, passageway; man,
n. milestone, marker, in-dication; cairn, menhir, mono-lith; turning point, highlight.
n. countryside; vista, point landing.e.g -arrival, sup-view; landscaping, park; city-port.
n. avalanche, landslip; owner; host, innkeeper, boniface; sweep, runaway, no contest, landholder,
tongue,lingo,vernacular,mother tongue,protolanguage,lingual, linguistic,lexical; verbal, idiomatic
adj. weak, feeble, weary; listless, spiritless, apathetic.
v.i. weaken, fail, fade, decline; pine, droop.e.g -disease, dejection, weakness.
n. weariness, lassitude, listlessness; indolence, inertia.
adj. lanky; lean, spare, gaunt, bony.e.g -narrowness. Ant. stout, fleshy.
n. lamp, searchlight, torch, light; jack-o'-lantern.
v. fold, wrap; lick; overlap; ripple.e.g -superiority, covering, drinking, touch.
n. passage, interval; oversight, peccadillo, error. -v.i. pass, glide away; deteriorate;
Lat. slip of the tongue.
n. theft, stealing.
n. pantry, commissary; provisions, stores.e.g -store.
adj. big, huge, colossal, enormous, immense; large-scale.e.g -size. Ant. small.
n. liberality, generosity, benevolence; gratuity, perquisite. Ant. miserliness.
n. rope, lasso, line, riata, rawhide, cable, catgut.e.g -filament.
n. frolic, romp, gambol, caper, spree; prank, joke; caprice, whim, fancy, adventure, jaunt.
n. cocoon, pupa, chrysalis; maggot.e.g -animal.
adj. lustful, lewd, salacious, unchaste, wanton.e.g -impurity.
v.t. beat, whip, flog, scourge; berate, rebuke, satirize.e.g -punishment, disapprobation.
n. lassie; colleen, miss, maid, maiden,
n. lariat, noose. -v.t. catch, ,
v.i. endure, persist, continue, ceased.e.g -newness, past, abide.
n. catch, latchet, hasp, clasp, early arrival, early bird. lock; bolt, bar; coupling.e.g -clo-,
adj. tardy ,new, rope.
n. recent arrival, Johnny-end, newness, past. Ant. first. come-lately.e.g -lateness. Ant.
adv. recently, of late.e.g -sure, connection. lateness.
passivity, inertia, dormancy, abeyance; ambiguity, mystery,lurk, smolder, underlie; lie hidden;
tardiness, slowness, unpunctuality; delay, procrastination,be late, tarry, wait, stay, bide, take time
present but not visible, apparent, or actualized; existing as potential
adj. sidelong. a lateral part or extension, as a branch or shoot.
adj. last, freshest, newest; in ,
n. foam, froth, suds, spume, bubbles; head; shaving cream; excitement, agitation, frenzy, stew, tizzy
n. range, extent, scope, freedom, breadth, space.
adj. later, last mentioned
n. network ,to furnish with a lattice or latticework.
v.t. praise, extol, eulogize.e.g -approbation. Ant. criticize. ,
v.i. guffaw, snicker, giggle, titter, chuckle.e.g -rejoicing. -,
to express mirth, pleasure, derision, or nervousness with an audible
adj. ludicrous, amusing, comic, absurd; facetious, humorous.e.g -absurdity.
fool, target, butt, game, fair game, April fool; mockery, monkey, buffoon, fall guy.
n. laughing, guffaw, snicker, giggle, titter, chuckle.e.g -rejoicing. Ant. tears, crying.
v.t. float, start, get going; throw, cast, hurl.e.g -beginning, propulsion, astronautics.
to wash (clothes, linens, etc.).
n.pl. honor, glory, fame
n. washroom; basin.
adj. prodigal, profuse, bountiful, liberal. -v.t. give liberally; squander.
n. statute, ordinance, regulation, mandate; rule, maxim; precept, axiom, jurisprudence.
adj. obedient, upright.
n. felon, miscreant, criminal, wrongdoer.e.g -illegality, evildoer.
adj. legal, legitimate; permissible; valid.e.g -legality. Ant. illegal.
adj. disorderly, unruly, insubordinate, mutinous.
n. legislator, representative, lawgiver.e.g -authority.
n. green, greenyard, greensward,
suit,action,cause,litigation,proceedings,dispute,sue,litigate;bring or go to trial, put on trial,
physic, cathartic, purga-fessional.put, place, detive, eliminant; enema, irrigation, posit;
n. laxness, looseness, slack--n. ballad, song
stratum, couch, bed, zone, substratum, floor, stage, story,slice, shave, pare, peel;
laywoman, n. a person who is not a member of the clergy; one of the laity.
n. temporary dismissal, furloughing, suspension.e.g -ejection.
n. design, arrangement, makeup.
adj. indolent, slothful; slow, sluggish.e.g -inactivity. Ant. industrious, quick.
v. percolate, filter, lixiviate.e.g -cleanness.
v.t. conduct, direct; precede; open, start; bring; spend, pass.
adj. gray, somber; slow, heavy, gloomy, cheerless.e.g -dimness, inactivity.
n. guide, bellwether; director, conductor; head, commander, chief.
n. superintendence, chieftainship, stewardship, guidance.e.g -authority.
n. frond, blade; lamina, sheet, flake; sheet, page.e.g -vegetable, layer.
n. foliage, leaves, verdure
n. pamphlet, circular, handbill, handout.e.g -publication.
n. band, coalition, covenant, [con-]federation, confederacy, junta, cabal.confederate, unite, join.
v.i. seep, ooze, escape.e.g -egress, disclosure, waste.
v.i. slant, incline; depend, rely; tend.-adj. spare, meager; lank, gaunt.
n. shelter, hut, shack,
jump, hop, spring, bound, vault; bounce,leap, jump, hop, spring, bound, pounce, vault, cut capers,
unauthorized. disorganization, chaos.
assimilation, absorption; erudition, knowledge; humanity,
n. leasehold; contract. the property leased.
n. leader, thong; trio.e.g -re-rent, let, demise; hire.e.g -com-straint, numeration. mission.
adj. smallest, minimum,
n. skin, hide; cowhide, calfskin, etc.e.g -covering, materials.
adj. tough, tanned, coriaceous.e.g -hardness. Ant. supple.
v.t. abandon, surrender; quit, forsake; deliver; cease, desist, forgo; bequeath; relinquish.
n. yeast, ferment; cause, generator.e.g -levity.
n. farewell, withdrawal, valediction; adieu, Godspeed.e.g -departure.
n.pl. residue, leftovers, ref use, rubbish; remainder.
n. roué, rake, profligate, satyr, le[t]ch (sl.).e.g -impurity.
v.t. address, discourse, expound; reprove, rebuke, scold.e.g -teaching, disapprobation, speech.
n. shelf, rim, bench; berm, reef.e.g -height, horizontal.
n. journal, register; books.e.g -accounting.
n. bloodsucker, parasite, bleeder; toady.e.g -servility.
n. smirk, wink, oblique look. -v. ogle, make eyes, grimace, look or eye askance.e.g -vision.
adj. informal, wary, distrustful, suspicious.e.g -caution.
n. room, latitude, margin, elbow room.e.g -space.
sinistrality,sinistration;left hand,left side,near side,be left-handed;turn left;have two left feet.
adj. remaining, spare, surplus,extra, superfluous. -n.pl. remainder, remains, leavings, scraps,
adj. leftist, progressive,
n. limb, support; course, tack, lap; side. -shake a leg, slang, hurry, hasten
n. bequest,a gift of property, especially personal property, as money, by will; a bequest.
legitimacy, legitimateness, legalization, constitutionalism,legalize, legitimize, validate, authorize,
n. agent. an ecclesiastic delegated by the pope as his representative.
n. mission, embassy, consulate.See agency.
n. tradition, tale, saga; myth, edda; inscription, motto.e.g -description.
fabled, storied; mythological, traditional, historical;unreal, illusory; famous, celebrated,of repute.
n.pl. gaiters, spats, puttees, chaps.e.g -clothing.
adj. readable, decipherable, clear, plain.e.g -writing.
n. horde, multitude; army, corps.e.g -combatant.
n. lawmaker, congressman,senator, parliamentarian.See council.
n. congress, parliament.
adj. Lawful, legal; proper, valid; genuine, logical, justifiable.
n. spare time, idle hours, time on one's hands; holiday, vacation;slowness, deliberation;
n. citron; informal, dud, failure, bomb.e.g -vegetable.
v. advance, accommodate with, finance; loan; entrust; pawn; lend-lease; let, demise, lease, sublet.
lengthiness, longitude, span, extent, stretch, distance,stretch out, extend, sprawl, reach to,
lenience, lenity, moderation, tolerance, toleration,tolerate, bear with, give quarter; spare,
n. refractor, eyeglass, magnifying glass, reading glass.e.g -optical instruments.
n. pariah, untouchable, outcast.e.g -exclusion.
n. sprite, puca, pixie.e.g -mythical deities.
n. homosexual, tribade, sapphist.e.g -female.
n. injury, wound, trauma, sore.e.g -disease.
adj. inferior, not so much, minor. -adv. under, short of.
v.t. reduce, diminish, mitigate, abate, shorten.
n. instruction, task, exercise, example; admonition, reprimand.e.g -teaching, warning.
conj. for fear that.so as to prevent any possibility that
v.t. allow, permit; propose, cause; assign; lease, rent.e.g -permission.
neglect, ignore; exempt, excuse; fire, dismiss, lay off.e.g -exclusion, permission.
letup, abatement, fall; comedown, setback, drawback; disappointment, disillusion; blow, anticlimax.
deadly, fatal, mortal, killing, toxic, poisonous; virulent, pernicious, noxious, hurtful,injurious.
n. lassitude, sluggishness, indifference, apathy, stupor
n. character, symbol; cuneiform, hieroglyphic; capital, majuscule; small letter, minuscule;
adj. learned, educated, literate.e.g -learning. Ant. unlettered, uneducated, illiterate.
n. lessening, slowup, slowdown, abatement, mitigation, alleviation; pause, lull, truce,
n. embankment, dike.
adj. horizontal; flat; even; aligned; cool, well-balanced. -v.t. raze; flatten; equalize.
adj. sane, sensible, practical.e.g -sanity. Ant. irrational.
n. crowbar, pry, prize, jimmy; tool.e.g -elevation, instrumentality, influence.
n. advantage; purchase, hold.e.g -influence.
n. monster, behemoth. any huge marine animal, as the whale.
lightness, buoyancy, imponderability, weightlessness lighten, levitate, float, swim, rise, soar,
n. assessment; tax; draft, con-purity. scription.e.g -assemblage, price.
adj. lascivious, obscene, sala-wordbook.
n. dictionary, vocabulary, ,
responsibility, possibility, probability,be liable, incur, lay oneself open to, risk, run the risk,
n. affair; connection.
n. prevaricator, equivocator, falsifier, fibber, deceiver.
n. defamation, calumniation, aspersion.e.g -detraction.
adj. progressive, leftist; tolerant, permissive; bountiful, generous.
generosity, unselfishness, munificence, largesse,spend freely, shower down upon,
emancipation, enfranchisement, manumission, liberate, free [from bondage], set free,
n. individualist, free will advocate.e.g -speciality.
a person who is morally or sexually unrestrained, especially a dissolute man; a profligate; rake.
n. freedom, independence, emancipation; right, license, privilege.
n. sex drive ,all of the instinctual energies and desires that are derived from the id.
n. athenaeum, bookroom.
n. script; scenario, book, dialogue, text, words; plot, story, synopsis, promptbook
n. permission, authority; freedom, licentiousness.e.g -impurity.
v. lap (up), tongue; dart across, informal, beat, thrash, flog; informal, overcome, defeat, rout.
n. top, cover, cap, crown, closure; censorship.
v.i. prevaricate, falsify, deceive; recline, rest, be situated; extend.
n. deputy,a commissioned officer ranking between lieutenant junior grade and lieutenant commander
vitality, existence, being, living, animation, this mortal coil,live, be alive, be, breathe, respire,
lifesaver, life belt or jacket, Mae West, water wings, flotation device.e.g -safety.
imparting, or having the ability to impart, life or vitality; invigorating; vitalizing
adj. inanimate, inert, sluggish, spiritless.e.g -death. Ant. lively, full of life.
adj. realistic, natural, accurate.e.g -similarity.
n. conduct, behavior, modus vivendi.e.g -habit.
n. lifespan, life expectancy.e.g -durability.
v.t. raise, elevate, exalt; uplift; informal, steal.e.g -elevation, stealing.
n. launch, blastoff.e.g -beginning. Ant. landing, touchdown.
n. bond, tie, slur, surgical thread.e.g -connection.
ray, beam, stream, gleam, streak, pencil; sunbeam, moonbeam,shine, glow, glitter, spangle, glister,
adj. giddy, dizzy; frivolous; drunk.e.g -folly, drinking.
n. levity; gaiety, volatility; nimbleness, grace; paleness.
n. thunderbolt, levin, fire-bolt, fulmination.e.g -velocity, light.
adj. weak, powerless, impotent.e.g -weakness,
adj. lovable, adorable, charming.e.g -love. Ant. unlikable.
adj. similar, resembling, characteristic.
adj. credible; suitable, promising.
to see or represent as the same or similar; compare
n. portrait, effigy, counterpart; similarity; resemblance.e.g -representation.
adv. moreover, also; similarly, in like manner.e.g -similarity, addition.
n. fondness, inclination, preference.e.g -desire, love. Ant. dislike.
n. swing, cadence
n. branch; arm, leg, member.e.g -part, inelasticity.
adj. flexible, supple, pliable; lithe.e.g -softness. Ant. stiff, inflexible.
n. land of the lost, no-man's-land, neither here nor there, nowhere, borderland, oblivion.
n. spotlight, footlights; publicity, notoriety, fame.e.g -publication.
boundary, bounds, confines; curbstone, term,limit, restrict, bound, confine, define, circumscribe,
adj. endless, inexhaustible,unbounded.e.g -sufficiency,infinity.
adj. limber, flaccid, flabby, soft.e.g -softness. -v.t. hobble, hitch; drag.e.g -failure.
adj. transparent, clear, lucid.e.g -transparency.
v.t. interline, face; delineate. -n. mark; cord, string; crease, wrinkle; verse, note; route, system;
n. ancestry, family, pedigree,posterity.
n. feature, characteristic, singularity.e.g -appearance, form.
adj. aligned, straight; lineal.e.g -continuity.
n. program, calendar; batting order.e.g -list, arrangement. linger, v.i. delay, dally, loiter,
n. underthings, underwear, undies (inf.), unmentionables (inf.).e.g -clothing.
n. language, speech, tongue; argot, cant, jive (sl.), etc.; shop talk.
n. dialect, pidgin, creole.
n. polyglot, philologist, etymologist.e.g -speech.
n. lotion, salve, ointment, embrocation.e.g -remedy.
n. inner coating or covering, interlining; filling, stuffing; wain-scot[ing]; gasket, washer; facing,
n. tie, bond; component, liaison. -v.t. join, unite, couple.
n. fluff, fuzz, threads; gauze, dressing.e.g -covering, remedy.
n. lioness, cat; hero, celebrity.e.g -animal, repute.
v.t. adulate, idolize
n. edge, verge; labium, flange; slang, impertinence.
liquescence,liquidization,fluidization,liquefy, liquesce; run,melt,thaw,dissolve,resolve,liquefied,
n. cordial, digestif, poussecafé.
adj. fluid, smooth, flowing.
v.t. pay, settle, wind up; slang, kill.e.g -payment, killing.
n. liquid, fluid, broth, stock, juice, essence; spirits, etc.
adj. limber, lithe, agile.e.g -softness, elasticity. Ant. stiff, inflexible.
catalog, beadroll, record, register, cadastre, registry list, catalog, record, register, inventory;
poke; remain, persist.e.g -lateness, durability, slowness.
v.i. harken, attend; hear; grant; heed.e.g -hearing, attention.
adj. indifferent, languid, spiritless, apathetic, lethargic.
n. prayer, invocation, devotions.
n. reading, letters, scholarship.
adj. verbatim, word-for-word, exact, prosaic.e.g -meaning.
adj. bookish, scholarly, long-haired (sl.).e.g -knowledge,writing.
adj. lettered, educated.e.g -learning. Ant. illiterate.
n. books, belles-lettres, letters.e.g -writing.
adj. lissome, supple, limber, flexible; spry, slender, willowy, sylphic, svelte.
v. contest, dispute, sue, prosecute.e.g -lawsuit.
adj. actionable; contentious,disputatious.e.g -lawsuit.
n. disorder, scraps; bedding; stretcher, palanquin; offspring, birth.
smallness, minuteness, diminutiveness; thinness,belittle; dice; tweak; decrease, diminish,
n. ritual, rite, ceremony, service, worship; prayer book.
v.i. exist, be alive; abide; subsist, survive.e.g -life, abode.
hustler, dynamo, doer.
n. living, living wage; means, wherewithal, resources, support, [up]keep, subsistence,
n. animation, vivacity, sprightliness, pep (sl.).e.g -activity, cheerfulness, feeling, vigor.
adj. pallid, ashen.
adj. [a]live, quick, existing.e.g -life. -n.e.g -livelihood.
n. lacerta, saurian; gecko, chameleon.e.g -animal.
n. burden; cargo, lading, shipment; charge.e.g -gravity, transportation.
adj. slang, drunk; rich, rolling in money.e.g -drinking, prosperity.
n. idler, lounger, vagrant, bum (sl.).e.g -inactivity.
lending, borrowing; advance, credit, touch ; sinking fund; mortgage.informal, give or extend credit;
usurer, moneylender, shylock (inf.).e.g -borrowing.
v.t. detest, abhor, abominate.
v. toss, pitch ,a ball hit in a high arc to the back of the opponent's court.
n. foyer, hall, vestibule; lob,byism; pressure group, bloc, party, lobbyists, advocates.
n. powerbroker, influence peddler.e.g -influence.
adj. restricted, narrow, provincial; native, endemic.e.g -region. Ant. national, international.
a place or locality, especially with reference to events or circumstances connected with it
localization, lodgment, stowage, collocation, packing place, situate, locate, localize,
v.t. fasten, secure, make fast.e.g -closure, junction.
n. chest, cabinet, safe; lock-box, foot locker.e.g -receptacle.
n. pendant, charm.
n. informal, jail, prison.
adj. slang, crazy
Lat. in the place cited; loc cit.e.g -location.
Lat. substitute.e.g -substitution, inhabitant.
n. deposit, vein, seam.e.g -inorganic matter.
n. loadstone; magnet, allurement.e.g -attraction.
v.i. dwell, sojourn; settle; file. -v.t. shelter, harbor; deposit; file. -n. den; chapter, post.
n. guest, roomer, boarder, transient; lessee, tenant.e.g -inhabitant.
n. accommodation. accommodation in a house, especially in rooms for rent
n. attic, garret; hayloft; studio.e.g -abode, store.
adj. towering, high; haughty, patronizing; distinguished, noble; sublime; elevated; exalted.
n. timber, firewood; logbook, record, diary, journal.e.g -fuel.
in dispute, arguing.
adj. rational, reasonable, sane.e.g -reasoning. Ant. illogical.
n. logotype, [registered] trademark.e.g -business, indication.
adj. sluggish, dull, torpid.
n. breechclout, breechcloth.
v.i. linger, poke, dawdle, lag.e.g -slowness.
slouch, sprawl, make oneself comfortable.e.g -inactivity.
adj. solitary, lonely; single, unmarried.e.g -seclusion, celibacy.
adj. lonesome, solitary, lone, desolate, alone.e.g -seclusion. loner, n. informal, individualist,
lengthy, elongated; tedious; extended, protracted.e.g -length. -adv. in great degree, for a time.
n. long odds, outside chance, gamble.e.g -improbability. Ant. sure thing.
a long individual life; great duration of individual life
n. yearning, craving, hankering, hunger.e.g -desire.
adj. persistent, hardy, durable.e.g -durability. Ant. short-lived.
a person employed on the wharves of a port, as in loading and unloading vessels.
adj. forbearing, stoic, submissive, patient.e.g -liberality, forgiveness.
adj. tedious.talking or writing at tedious length
behold; perceive, discern; inspect, scan; stare; seem, appear. -n. glance, view; appearance, aspect.
n. vigilance, concern (inf.); observatory; watch, sentinel; prospect, vista.
v.t. appear, come into sight; be imminent, forebode.e.g -arrival, prediction.
adj. informal, crazy, wacky . -loony bin, informal, insane asylum, booby hatch.
n. ring, circle, noose, eyelet, ambit.e.g -circularity.
n. peephole, opening; alternative, way out, escape hatch.e.g -escape.
adj. free, detached; flowing, unbound; vague, incoherent, diffuse; unrestrained, slack; dissipated,
n. booty, spoil, plunder.e.g -acquisition. lop, v. chop, snip, clip, dock, nip, cut off.
adj. asymmetrical, askew, aslant; unbalanced, unequal; one-sided, off-center, cockeyed, gimpy
the state of being loquacious; talkativeness; garrulity.
n. director; nobleman, aristo-See repute, insolence, nobilcrat;God.
adj. noble, imposing; imperious, arrogant, insolent, dictatorial.
n. erudition, scholarship, learn ing.e.g -knowledge,
detriment, disadvantage, or deprivation from failure to keep, have, or get
n. fate, destiny, fortune; batch, sum; parcel.e.g -assemblage, chance, quantity.
n. wash, liniment; tonic, skin bracer.e.g -remedy, oil.
n.pl. a great deal, many, oodles.e.g -multitude.
n. raffle, draw, lotto; allotment;fortune, chance.
adj. Flashy; sonorous
loud, gossipy, or indiscreet; vociferous.
noisiness, vociference, sonorousness, vehemency,peal, ring, swell, clang, boom, thunder, fulminate
n. cone or electrodynamic speaker, tweeter, [sub]-woofer.e.g -loudness, sound.speaker, tweeter,
n. sofa, settee, chaise longue, davenport, divan, daybed; lobby, bar.e.g -support, receptacle.
vermin, bug, parasite; Slang, lout, cad, rascal, bounder, dog, stinker, SOB, rat.e.g -animal,evildoer.
adj. slang, see badness. lout, n. bumpkin, clod, oaf, boor, hick, rube (sl.).e.g -populace.
n. turret, dome, cupola; air vent; shutter, blind, jalousie,
fondness, liking; inclination, desire; regard, admiration love, like, fancy, care for, favor,
adj. unloved, lovelorn, rejected.
adj. lovesick; jilted.
adj. beautiful, delightful, comely, exquisite, captivating.e.g -beauty.
n. sexual intercourse, dalliance; petting, fondling, kissing,making out (inf.).
n. suitor, wooer, sweetheart, beau, boy- or girlfriend.e.g -love.
adj. languishing, lovelorn.
adj. Deep ; moderate, simple; inferior,
adj. humble, plebeian, common. -n. slang, vulgarian, illiterate, idiot.
adj. unintellectual, uneducated.intellectual.
adj. base, common, coarse.
adj. Décolleté ; lowness.
base, mean, coarse; soft, feeble; dejected, depressed.softness, depression. Ant. high, superior.
v.i. lour, glower, scowl; be ,a denture for the lower jaw.
n. bottom[land], marsh-lull classy, well-born.
n. bum, good-for-nothing, imminent, impend, approach. Wastrel.
adj. humble, meek.e.g -hution. mility, lowness.
shortness, flatness, deepness, depth; debasement lie low, lie flat, underlie; crouch, slouch,low,
adj.e.g -cheapness. Ant. high-priced, expensive.
adj. faithful devoted.e.g -probity, obedience. Ant. disloyal, unfaithful.
n. pill, troche, tablet; diamond.LSD, n. acid . lubrication, n. greasing, oiling; oilines,
n. acid . lubrication, n. greasing, oiling; oilines,sanointing, anointment, unction,
adj. clear, limpid, transparent, understandable; sane, rational; shining.
n. chance, [good] fortune.e.g -prosperity, destiny.
adj. fortunate, opportune, auspicious; chance, fortuitous.e.g -occasion. Ant. unlucky.
adj. profitable, well-paying, gainful, moneymaking, productive.
n. money, wealth, riches.
adj. ridiculous, absurd
v. tote, transport, convey, carry; draw, drag.e.g -traction, transportation.
n. baggage, impedimenta, bag and baggage.e.g -possession, transportation.
adj. mournful, doleful, dejected.e.g -dejection. Ant. cheerful.
adj. tepid; moderate, temperate, insipid, so-so, neither here nor there, indifferent
n. calm, intermission.
n. wood, logs, timber; planks, boards, paneling, etc.
n. heavenly body, sun, star, etc.; wise man, shining light; celebrity, notable.
adj. luminary, lighted, glowing; incandescent, radiant, lit, alight, self-luminous; phosphorescent,
n. protuberance, swelling, chunk, mass; consolidation, aggregation.
n. madman, bedlamite, maniac, psychopath.e.g -insanity.
n. luncheon, snack, collation, midday meal, spread, bite (inf.).e.g -food.
n. lunchroom, cafeteria, eatery, coffee shop.e.g -food.
either one of a pair of spongy saclike respiratory organs within the thorax of higher vertebrates
v.i. surge, thrust, jab; lurch, leap, plunge. -n. thrust, surge.e.g -impulse, attack.
v.i. sway, pitch, stagger, stumble.e.g -descent.
v.t. entice, decoy, tempt, coax.e.g -attraction.
adj. pallid, ghastly; glaring, eerie; sinister, sensational.e.g -darkness, colorlessness.
v.i. skulk, slink, sneak, prowl.e.g -concealment, latency.
adj. sweet, delicious, ambrosial.e.g -sweetness.
adj. luscious, juicy, succulent; tender, ripe; luxurious.
n. desire, carnality, sex, sensuality, lasciviousness; satyriasis, nymphomania; voracity,
n. gloss, sheen, brightness, splendor; radiance, brilliance, fame.e.g -repute, light.
adj. robust, vigorous, hearty, sturdy.e.g -size.
adj. lush, abundant, profuse; florid, fertile, rich.e.g -sufficiency.
adj. sumptuous, elegant; voluptuous, self-indulgent.e.g -pleasure.
n. self-indulgence, prodigality; dainty; elegance, sumptuousness, extravagance.
n. hanging, murder, necktie party (sl.); tar and feathering; mob rule, kangaroo court.
n. poem, song.e.g -poetry. -adj. melodic,
adj. ghastly, grisly; eerie, weird; morbid, hideous, grotesque, gruesome.e.g -death.
adj. ruthless, scheming, manipulative; opportunistic.e.g -cunning, deception, plan.
v.i. plot, plan.to contrive or plot, especially artfully or with evil purpose
n. apparatus, contrivance, mechanism, device; motor, engine; airplane, car, bicycle,
n. virility ,exaggerated masculine pride
n. universe; totality, completion.
adj. crazy, insane; rabid; frantic, foolish, turbulent; informal, angry.
n. procuress, bawd
adj. wild, flighty.
n. sleep song
v.t. infuriate, enrage, incense,craze; drive mad, derange; make one’s blood boil.e.g -resentment.
adj. fabricated, imagined, fanciful, make-believe, fictitious, made of whole cloth.
n. asylum. a hospital for the confinement and treatment of mentally disturbed persons.
madwoman, n. a person who is or behaves as if insane; lunatic; maniac.
n. whirlpool, vortex, eddy.
n. conductor; mentor, director.
n. storehouse, arsenal, reservoir; periodical, weekly, glossy.e.g -store, publication.
n. sorcery; witchery, glamour,spell; legerdemain. —adj. magic[al], mystic[al], occult; enchanting.
n. witch, wizard, sorcerer;prestidigitator, conjurer.
adj. arbitrary, dictatorial;arrogant, pompous; authoritarian,
a civil officer charged with the administration of the law.
adj. generous, high-minded, great-souled.
n. mogul ,a person of power and rank in any sphere, esp in industry
n. lodestone. a body, as a piece of iron or steel, that possesses
n. attraction, magnetic force; charm, animal magnetism.
adj. grand, splendid; awe-inspiring; noble, superb.
v.t. enlarge, augment; laud, glorify.e.g -increase, approbation,exaggeration.
adj. pompous, boastful,bombastic. magnitude, n. size, bulk; extent;,
n. girl, lass, maiden, miss; virgin,spinster; servant, domestic.e.g -youth, celibacy.
n. virginity ,the hymen. maidenhood; virginity.
adj. modest; gentle; girlish.pertaining to, characteristic of, or befitting a maiden
n. post, letters, correspondence.v.t. post, send, forward.e.g -communication.
v.t. cripple, disfigure, mutilate,lame, impair.e.g -deterioration.
n. conduit, pipe; strength, power; sea, ocean. —adj. chief, principal; sheer.e.g -importance.
n. continent, landmass.
v.i. slang, inject, shoot up
adv. principally, primarily; mostly, largely, on the whole; above all, more than anything.
n. support, supporter.
n. main current
v.t. support, carry; preserve,keep; possess, have; uphold,allege, affirm.e.g -preservation,
Fr. butler, headwaiter,agency, retention, affirmation.
adj. noble, august, stately, imposing, grand.e.g -ostentation,
n. stateliness, grandeur; sovereignty.e.g -greatness, authority,
adj. principal, chief; greater, senior.e.g -superiority. Ant. minor.
a man in charge of a great household, as that of a sovereign; a chief steward.
n. adulthood; preponderance, excess, superiority. Ant. minority.
v.t. create, produce; prepare; obtain, cause, compel; amount to.
get by, manage, makeshift.
n. fantasy, unreality, fiction, imagination; pretense, feigning, imitation, fakery, deception.
n. expedient, substitute, stopgap.e.g -substitution.
n. composition; personality; placement; cosmetics, beautification.e.g -beauty.
n.pl. ingredients, components .
Fr. seasickness.
Fr. world-weariness.
adj. unfit, ineffectual.
adj. clumsy, inexpert, awkward, inept. Ant. skillful, expert.
n. disease, sickness, illness, infirmity.
n. uneasiness, anxiety, disquiet. ,
n. grumbler, faultfinder, griper (inf.); insurgent, rebel. Ant. satisfied person.
man, he, homo, gentleman, sir, master, masculinize; act male. Slang, foop,male, masculine,
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n. evildoer, wrong doer, criminal, felon.
ill nature bear or harbor a grudge, bear malice,malevolent, ill-disposed, ill-intentioned,
n. distortion,de- formity,
v.i. go amiss or wrong,. fail, go haywire. -n. failure,
n. malevolence, spite, ill ,
v.t. libel, slander, defame; passage, sale. calumniate, asperse, traduce, ,
adj. malign, vicious, ,
v.i. feign, shirk, slack, chexia, gout, scurvy, pellagra, goldbrick, soldier.
n. promenade, allée, avenue, will, animosity. Ant. goodwill. parkway; shopping center.
adj. adaptable; tractable. smirch; backbite.
n. hammer, club, maul.
n. deficiency; emaciness. Ant. benign. ation, anemia, marasmus; ca-,
malodor, fetor, fetidness, bad smell, funk,smell bad, reek, stink , stink like a polecat,
n. wrongdoing, misdemeanor, malfeasance, misconduct.e.g -guilt, illegality.
v.t. abuse, ill-treat, misuse.e.g -malevolence, wrong.
adj. huge, giant, gigantic, tremendous, prodigious, colossal, enormous. -n. elephant, behemoth.
an adult male person, as distinguished from a boy or a woman.
n. shackle, handcuff. chain.See restraint.
v.t. administer, conduct; control; afford; contrive, bring about, manipulate.
adj. tractable, docile, obedient; wieldy, governable.e.g -facility. Ant. obdurate, intractable.
n. direction, control, administration; directorate, administrative body.e.g -order.
a person who has control or direction of an institution,
Span. tomorrow. tomorrow; the (indefinite) future.
n. command, edict, statute, ordinance; commission.
adj. required, compulsory, binding, obligatory.e.g -compulsion, necessity.
n. artifice, stratagem, tactic,
misfire, miscarriage. avoidance, disease, falsehood.
n. trough, bin, crib, feed box.e.g -receptacle.
v.t. break, crush, mutilate; disfigure, mar; press, iron.
adj. itchy, scurvy, scaly, scrofulous; shabby, seedy, shoddy, ragged; sordid, squalid, wretched.
v.t. maul, batter, paw, maltreat, push around.e.g -malevolence, wrong.
n. adulthood, maturity; virility, manliness.e.g -age, male.
an intensive search for a criminal, suspect, escaped convict
n. madness, frenzy, lunacy; insanity; obsession, craze.e.g -desire, excitability.
a raving or violently insane person; lunatic.a wild disorderly person
adj. maniacal, insane, frenzied.e.g -insanity.
v.t. trim, clip, cut, pare, file; polish, buff, lacquer.e.g -beauty.
v.t. bring forward, show, display, evidence, trot out, bring to light; demonstrate; proclaim,
n. plainness, visibility; demonstration; exhibition; display, showing off; indication, publicity,
n. proclamation, statement, pronouncement; credo, theory, belief.
adj. multiple, diverse, multiform; copied, repeated.e.g -multitude.
v.t. operate, control, manage; influence; juggle, falsify.e.g -use, conduct, touch.
n. humanity.the human race; human beings collectively without reference to sex; humankind.
adj. masculine ,having qualities traditionally ascribed to men, as strength or bravery.
adj. manufactured, created, fabricated.
n. dummy, doll; [fashion] model, cover girl.
n. kind, sort; habit; class; style, mode; conduct, behavior; way. method.
adj. affected, artificial, theatrical. ,
n. eccentricity, peculiarity, idiosyncrasy; affectation.
n.pl. conduct, behavior, deportment; courtesy, politeness.
adj. unwomanly, unfeminine; mannified. ,
n. mansion, hall, hacienda; estate, territory, demesne.
n. working force, staff; strength, capacity, potential; war-power, army, fighting force; womanpower.
n. house, manor, hall, villa.a very large, impressive, or stately residence.
n. homicide, murder.
n. covering; cloak, cape, robe.
adj. nonautomatic, hand.guide, handbook,keyboard, control, dial; system, exercise, regimen.
drudgery, sweat of one's brow, toil.
v.t. make, produce, fabricate, invent.e.g -production.
n. fertilizer, compost, dung.
n. script, handwriting, [author's] original.e.g -writing,
adj. brave, resolute.
adj. versatile; multilateral, polyhedral.e.g -side.
n. plan, chart, projection; diagram; slang, face.
n. cartographer, surveyor.
disfigure, deface, blemish, scratch, impair.
nonstop, continuous, arduous; long, endless.
raid, plunder, freeboot, pillage.
hard, vitreous, unyielding; lifeless, insensible, cold; white, pale, colorless; variegated,
tramp, pace, parade, file, advance.
Lat. our sea, ocean.
edge, border, rim, brink, verge, limit; leeway.
marihuana; hemp, cannabis, hashish, bhang, tea, pot, hay, grass, smoke, reefer,
boat basin, dock
preserve, cure, pickle. ,
nautical, naval; pelagic, maritime.
sailor, seaman, salt
puppet; manikin.
hymeneal, spousal.
oceanic; coastal, seaside; seafaring, nautical.e.g -water, navigation.
goal; imprint, stain; label, badge; token, symptom; symbol; standard, demarcation.
reduce , cheapen.
noticeable, conspicuous; watched, followed.e.g -speciality, indication, visibility.
indicator, indication, sign; counter, chip; slang, chit.
marketplace, mart , demand.
salable, commercial.
sharpshooter, dead shot, crackshot.
abandon, isolate.
sign[board], billboard.
matrimony, wedlock, union; intermarriage, spliced; wed, espouse, matrimonial, marital, wedded,
n. essence, core, pith; vitality.
n. swamp ,a tract of low wet land,, sedges, cattails, and rushes.
arrange; mobilize, activate, assemble, collect, utilize. officer, authority, sheriff.
an area in a town where a public mercantile establishment is set up
military, warlike, soldierly.
judo, karate, aikido, kung fu, etc.
victim, sacrifice, scapegoat; symbol, example; sufferer; saint.
sacrifice, suffering, pain, torture, agony; heroism, saintliness,killing, punishment.
wonder.something that causes wonder, admiration, or astonishment;
wonderful, prodigious, surprising, extraordinary.
pet, talisman.
manly, virile. pertaining to or characteristic of a man or men
crush, smash, squeeze, compress, bruise, batter.
false face, disguise, concealment; shield; masquerade, pretense. conceal, hide. deception.
n. algolagnia, sadism.
n. masker, domino, mummer; impostor.
n. bulk, size; lump, wad, accumulation.
n. killing, slaughter, butchery, carnage.
v.t. rub [down]; knead, stroke; manipulate.
adj. bulky, ponderous, solid, imposing.
n. pole, timber, upright, column, spar.
n. superior, director; crowned head, emperor, expert, artist,
n. emcee, MC, host, toastmaster.
adj. masterly, skillful; authoritative.
v.t. plan, devise.
n. masterwork, chef d'oeuvre.
n. rule, victory; ascendency, supremacy; skill.
n. onanism, self-abuse, autoeroticism, self-pleasur-ing.
n. pad, rug, runner, doormat, doily. -v. tangle, snarl; plait, braid, weave,
n. lucifer, vesta; linstock, fuse; complement, equal, peer; contest, bout; union, matrimony.
adj. unequaled, peerless, unrivaled.
n. marriage broker, go-between.
n. companion, chum, comrade; counterpart; consort, spouse; husband, wife.
adj. bodily, corporeal n. cloth, fabric; matter, substance;
adj. material, worldly; pleasure-seeking, hedonistic, sybaritic, epicurean; greedy,
v.t. produce, create, realize, give substance; conjure, call, or whip up, summon,
raw materials, substances, stuff; stock, staples; fuel; grist,plastic,
n. equipment, supplies.
adj. motherly, motherlike.
n. computation, calculation,reckoning, arithmetic.
n. materfamilias, matron,dowager, queen bee (inf.).
v. enroll, register.
n. marriage, espousal; nuptials.
n. array; mold, form.
n. married woman, wife; widow.
n. substance, material; subject, topic, business; affair; cause, ground; predicament, difficulty.
adj. prosaic, unimaginative,formal.
n. bedding; tick, bolster, pallet; futon; featherbed.
ripe, developed, full-grown, adult. develop,grow up.
adj. weepy, teary, sobby; sentimental; drunk.
v.t. manhandle, pummel, batter,beat up.
v.i. digress, wander.
n. vault, sepulcher; pyramid, mastaba.
n. expert, authority, specialist.
n. loner, lone wolf, nonconformist,dissenter.
adj. nauseous, offensive; effusive, maudlin.
aphorism, gnome, apothegm, dictum, saying, adage,aphorize, epigrammatize.
v.t. increase, expand. Ant. minimize.
adj. supreme, utmost; greatest, highest. -n. most, utmost.
v. can; might; be allowed, permitted, etc.
adv. perhaps, mayhap, perchance; possibly, conceivably, feasibly.
n. injury, mutilation, damage, harm, destruction, violence.
n. administrator, president; burgomaster, magistrate, major domo; city manager.
n. labyrinth, network; bewilderment, perplexity.
Lat. I am to blame.
n. mead, lea, pasture, mowing.
adj. spare, scanty, sparse, poor; lean, gaunt.
n. repast, refection; breakfast, dinner, lunch, etc.; powder, grits. Slang, feed, .
adj. powdery ,having the qualities of meal; powdery; soft, dry, and crumbly
adj. evasive, insincere.
medium; average, normal, rule, balance; mediocrity,split the difference, reduce to a mean.
significance, signification, force; sense,
resources, wherewithal, money,have means, have the power; enable.
adj. abject, groveling;contemptible, petty.
n. meanwhile, interim.
n. quantity, extent; gauge; standard; amount, allotment;course.
adj. without measure, immeasurable, immensurable; infinite,endless, fathomless; vast,
measure, admeasurement, mensuration,measure, meter, value,
n. pith, essence, substance, core.
n. mechanician, repairman, serviceman.
adj. machinelike, automatic, power-driven, powered; involuntary, unreasoning.
n. apparatus, contraption
n. medallion, medalet; badge, decoration, order, prize, award, ribbon.
n. medal, plaque, relief, coin.
v.i. tamper; interfere, intrude.
adj. officious, obtrusive, interfering.
n.pl. mediums; magazines, newspapers, journals, house organs; radio, television;
n. intermediation, intercession, intervention; interference; parley,
n. doctor, paramedic, medico (inf.).
n. medicament, medication, remedy; therapy, physic; medical profession.
adj. feudal, knightly, courtly; antiquated, old-fashioned, outdated, quaint,
middle course, moderate degree,jog on, go or get on tolerably, fairly
n. mean; surrounding; go-between, agent; agency, instrumentality,
n. jumble, miscellany, variety, mixture.
adj. subdued, humble, patient, submissive.
v. encounter, intersect; oppose; greet, welcome; satisfy; refute; assemble, gather; contend.
n. encounter, assembly, junction; duel; tangency.
adj. dejected, dispirited, sad, depressed, blue (inf.).
n. medley, mixture.
n. contention, combat, brawl, ruckus; disorder, turmoil.
adj. soft, rich, ripe; mellifluous; subdued, delicate.
adj. melodic, melic, melopoeic; tuneful, lilting, lyric[al], singable,
n. tragicomedy, seriocomedy; penny-dreadful, thriller, shocker; sentimentality,
n. tune, theme, song, aria, air.
n. fruit, cantaloupe, honeydew, casaba, Persian melon, watermelon,
v. disappear, vanish; fuse, thaw, dissolve, soften; dwindle; blend.
n. unit, constituent, element, part; fellow, adherent, partner, etc.
n. members, body, whole, entirety; affiliation, participation, inclusion, admission.
n. film, lamina, sheet, sheath, layer.
n. keepsake, souvenir, reminder, relic, token, memorial.
n. record; reminiscence, autobiography.
adj. noteworthy, signal, outstanding; unforgettable.e.g -importance, memory. Ant. forgettable.
n. record, note, reminder, memo.
adj. commemorative. -n. monument, shrine, tablet; anniversary; petition.e.g -memory, record.
remembrance, retention, retentiveness remember, retain the memory of; keep in view
v. muse, ponder, cogitate; plan, intend, contemplate, purpose.
v.t. communicate, designate, let fall; cite, speak of.e.g -information, speech.
a wise and trusted counselor or teacher.an influential senior sponsor or supporter.
n. bill of fare, fare, diet, list, carte.
adj. commercial.
adj. calculating, selfish, sordid, venal, grasping, avaricious.
n. wares, commodities. -v.t. buy, sell.
n. trader, dealer.
compassionate;lenient.full of mercy,expressing,or showing mercy; compassionate: a merciful god.
adj. cruel, pitiless, relentless.
n. pity, leniency, forbearance, compassion. -mercy killing, euthanaee
adj. nothing but, plain, bare, simple,
adv. barely, simply, only, purely.
v. unite, blend, coalesce, absorb.
n. alliance, association, combination.
n. longitude; height, culmination, zenith, apex, apogee, summit;
n. desert[s], reward, due; worth, excellence; virtue.
n. naiad, nymph, siren, silkie.
adj. jovial, mirthful, gay, vivacious.
n. carousel, whirligig.
n. revelry, partying, conviviality.
n. meshwork; network, web, net; lacework; tangle, snarl; lattice, trellis, grille, val.
v.t. hypnotize; fascinate, captivate.
n. difficulty, predicament; disorder, litter, jumble; botch.
n. dining room or hall, refectory, cafeteria.
n. communication, dispatch, note.
n. emissary, envoy, apostle, missionary; courier, carrier, bearer, errand boy,
adj. untidy, sloppy.e.g -disorder, uncleanness. Ant. neat.
n. mineral, element, alloy, ore.
n. transformation, transubstantiation.
adj. allegorical, figurative.
adj. abstruse, speculative, esoteric, transcendental.
v.t. apportion, administer, to distribute or apportion by measure
n. meteoroid, meteorite, shooting star.
adj. sudden, rapid, fast, shooting.
n. weather science or forecasting; climatology, barometry, etc
n. rhythm, cadence, lilt; gauge.
way, manner, wise; gait, form,methodize, systematize, arrange
adj. fastidious, exacting, scrupulous.
n. profession, vocation; speciality.
adj. civil, urban, oppidan, citywide, cosmopolitan, urbane, sophisticated, worldly.
n. spirit, temperament, courage, disposition, vigor.
adj. high-strung, courageous, plucky.
n. bacterium, germ,a microorganism, especially a pathogenic bacterium
n. world in miniature.
n. microbe, germ, bacterium.
n. pickup, lavaliere, mike, mic (inf.).
n. integrated circuit, chip.
adj. minute, tiny, infinitesimal.
v. [micro-]cook, nuke (inf.).
n. noon,the middle of the day; noon or the time centering around noon.
midst, mean, medium, center (on), focus, concentrate,middle, medial, median, mean,
n. standing army, reserves, minutemen, soldiery, National Guard.
v. extract; extort, bleed; get the most out of, exploit; interrogate,
n. lacteal; white, pale, chalky; spiritless, timorous.
n. grinder,, millrace; factory, plant, works, industry.
n. chiliad; heaven on earth, prosperity.
n. burden, deadweight; handicap.
v.t. mime, imitate, impersonate;ape, copy; mock.
v.t. chop, dice; moderate.something cut up very small
n. consciousness, understanding;intellect; purpose, intention,opinion.
telepathist, thought,a person professing the ability of mind reading
adj. astounding, amazing ,intellectually overwhelming
adj. aware, heedful, cautious,careful; watchful, alert.
adj. thoughtless, heedless,careless, negligent, absent-[minded];
n. lode, vein, deposit; open pit, burrow, excavation; explosive,
n. inorganic substance, ore
v. blend, mix, merge, intermingle, conjoin; associate.
adj. diminutive, minuscule, minute, petite, minikin; dwarf,
adj. least, smallest, minimum.
v. reduce, lessen; belittle, gloss over, run down, deprecate, detract from.
n. modicum; least amount or quantity.
n. subordinate; henchman,a servile follower or subordinate of a person in power.
n. legate, envoy, ambassador; cabinet officer, clergyman, pastor, etc.
n. state officers; diplomatic service; priesthood, clergy.
adj. lesser, inferior, secondary
n. few, handful; smaller group; nonage, childhood.
n. poet, troubadour, jongleur, bard.
coin,any aromatic herb of the genus Mentha, having opposite leaves and small, whorled flowers
adj. less, lacking; negative
adj. small, miniature; lowercase.
adj. minuscule, tiny; meticulous, precise, exact.
n.pl. details, trivia,small or trifling matters
n. wonder, marvel, prodigy; impossibility, fluke, phenomenon; divine intervention
adj. preternatural, supernatural, prodigious, wondrous
n. optical illusion, fata mor-gana.e.g -deception, disappointment, imagination.
n. mud, muck, dirt; quagmire, marsh
n. looking glass, glass, reflector; cheval or pier glass, etc.
n. hilarity, jollity, merriment, glee.
n. misanthropist, man-hater, cynic, egotist; woman-hater, misogynist.
v.t. misunderstand, mistake, misinterpret.
adj. illegitimate, bas bastard; illicit, illegal
n. misconduct, mischief, disobedience, badness, wrong.
v.t. misjudge, err, mis-reckon.
v.i. fail, go wrong, fall through; abort.
adj. heterogeneous, indiscriminate, mixed, manysided; diversified, varied.
n. anthology, analecta; medley, mixture.
n. harm, injury; trouble; prank.
n. impropriety, misdemeanor, misbehavior, mismanagement, monkey business (inf.).
v.t. misunderstand, misrepresent, get or take wrong, take amiss.e.g -misjudgment.
depraved, villainous, or base,Archaic . holding a false or unorthodox religious belief
n. offense, wrong, malefaction.
n. crime, infraction, malfeasance.
v.t. misguide, mislead, throw off the track; mismanage.
Fr. stage setting.
n. hoarder, niggard, money-grubber, skinflint, penny pincher (sl.), tightwad
adj. wretched, forlorn, doleful; mean, contemptible, paltry.
n. wretchedness, poverty; distress, anguish.
v. fail, abort; fizzle, sputter; backfire.
n. mismatch, poor fit; neurotic; rejectee, odd man [out]; schlemiel, oddball,
n. mishap, disaster, calamity, catastrophe; bad luck; adversity.
n. doubt, apprehension, premonition; qualm.
v.t. mislead, lead astray.
v.t. maltreat; mismanage, misguide.
n. accident, mischance, misfortune.
n. jumble, mess, farrago.
n. misintelligence; misteaching, misguidance, misdirection; misinstruction,
n. misunderstanding
miscalculation, misconception, misjudge, misestimate, misconceive,
n. delusion, mistake, misunderstanding.
v.t. misplace, lose,to lose temporarily
v.t. deceive, delude, lead astray.
v.t. botch, mishandle; misconduct, maladminister.
n. misnaming,a misapplied or inappropriate name or designation.
n. sexism, sex discrimination, misanthropy.
v.t. derange; mislocate, displace, mislay.
n. typographical error, typo (inf.).
v.t. misspeak, mis-say; garble.
v.t. miscite, misrepresent; twist, garble, distort.
misstate misstatement, distortion, exaggeration,perversion, falsification
n. mismanagement, misgovernment,confusion, tumult, disorder
v. fail; omit, skip, overlook; avoid; escape; lose.
adj. deformed, malformed, distorted, grotesque.
n. projectile, trajectile; guided missile.
adj. omitted; gone, absent; lacking.
n. errand, task, assignment; calling; deputation.
n. evangelist, proselytizer, emissary.
v.i. make a blunder, trip over one's tongue, put one's foot in one's mouth
adj. squandered, wasted.
n. error, mistake; misrepresentation, perversion, falsehood.
n. stumble, false step; impropriety, lapse, slip; sin.
n. fog, haze, vapor, drizzle.
v.t. misunderstand, err, misidentify. -n. error, blunder, misunderstanding, slip.
overburden.e.g -severity, malevolence, wrong.
n. possessor, employer; matron, head, teacher; paramour, sweetheart.
distrust. lack of trust or confidence.
adj. indistinct, obscure, blurry; informal, tearful, weepy.
n. misapprehension; quarrel, disagreement, falling-out.
n. misusage, misemployment, misapplication, misappropriation.
n. louse, insect, chigoe, chig-tion. ger, etc.; coin, penny, sou.
v.t. lessen, moderate, ame-ture. liorate, palliate, allay, relieve.
potpourri, medley, as-littleness. sortment, hodgepodge.
admixture, commixture, intermixture,mix, join, combine, commix, intermix,
n. confusion, imbroglio,muddle, contretemps; mixture,
v. wail, sigh, groan, bewail, muddle, contretemps; mixture, lament.
a deep, wide trench, usually filled with water
canaille, riffraff, scum.rabble,hoi polloi;
adj. movable, loose, free, reproduction, copy.
v. motorize, activate, set in date
n. slang, gangster, racket-up; copy, miniature, replica; style, eer.
mimic, paragon.e.g -represenlize, jeer at; disappoint.
n. layout, dummy, model; ,
adj. informal, modern, up-to-date.
n. state, manner, method, custom; fashion, style
n. prototype, pattern, mock-up; copy, miniature, replica; style
moderateness, temperance, continence, temperateness, gentleness;
adj. contemporary; late, re-liberalism.e.g -newness, paint-cent; up-to-date.e.g -
n. modernity, height of restoration. fashion; surrealism, dada, etc.;,
v. renovate, update.to become modern; adopt modern ways, views, etc
timidity, be modest, retire, give way to,modest, diffident,
n. little, pittance, bit.e.g -littleness, apportionment.
n. change, alteration, mutation; limitation, qualification, modulation.
v.t. change, vary, alter; limit, reduce; temper, soften.
adj. chic, stylish, fashionable, à la mode, smart.
n. regulation, abatement, inflection, modification.
n. unit, component, part.
Lat. method of working.
Lat. lifestyle, way of life.
n. autocrat, ruler; capitalist, entrepreneur, financier, tycoon, bigshot (inf.)
n. Mussulman, Moslem, Islamite. -adj. Moslem, Islamic.
moistness, humidity, dampness,moisten, wet, sponge, sprinkle
n. matrix, die; form, shape, figure; stamp, cast; fungus, growth. -v.t. frame,
n. necking, surbase, baseboard, platband; cornice, fillet, tringle, chaplet, etc.;
adj. musty, mildewed, fusty; stale, antiquated.e.g -uncleanness, deterioration, oldness.
particle, atom, mite, micron.e.g -littleness.
n. trifle, feather a small mound or ridge of earth raised up by a mole
disturb, annoy, vex, pester, harass.
v.t. placate, pacify, soothe, appease, calm; soften
n. milksop, sissy, pantywaist (sl.)
v.t. shed; cast or slough off.
adj. melted, fused, liquefied.
n. importance, consequence, significance; instant, trice, flash; the present.
adj. simultaneous, immediate
adj. important, consequential, great, notable, signal; serious, solemn, memorable
impetus,moment.force or speed of movement; impetus,as of a physical object or course of events
n. sovereign, ruler, potentate, king.
n. cloister, lamasery, abbey, convent, priory.
n. monkhood, monachism, friarhood.
finance, funds, treasure, monetize, issue, circulate; coin, monetary, pecuniary, fiscal,
n. usurer, Shylock,a person or organization whose business it is to lend money at interest.
n. crossbreed, hybrid, half-caste; cur, mutt, stray. -adj. crossed, mixed, hybrid; impure
n. slang, name, nickname, handle (inf.)
n. monitress; overseer, disciplinarian, censor; master, controller; watchdog, troubleshooter.
adj. cautionary, warning.
brother, cleric; pilgrim, palmer, mendicant; ascetic, hermit, anchorite, cenobite,
simian, primate, ape; imitator, mimic.
simian, primate, ape; imitator, mimic.
n. obelisk, monument, pillar; cromlech, dolmen, etc.
n. recitation, monodrama; soliloquy, apostrophe; speech; reverie, stream of consciousness.
v.t. engross, absorb, appropriate, corner.
n. trust, cartel, syndicate, pool; corner.
adj. wearisome, humdrum, tedious; unvaried, repetitious. repetition, weariness.
n. trade wind; rainy season, rains
n. monstrosity, freak; prodigy; giant; demon, brute.
adj. huge, enormous; hideous, terrifying, revolting; fiendish, heinous; abnormal, freakish
n. memorial, cenotaph, tombstone.
v. slang, cadge, borrow, sponge (inf.), bum (inf.); lift (inf.), snitch (sl.).
n. temper, humor, disposition, inclination.
adj. capricious, variable; gloomy, pensive, sad; peevish, testy; sullen,
n. satellite; month; lunation.
n. nonsense, idle talk; informal, home brew, bootleg; booze,
n. heath, moorland, down, brae.
adj. mooted, debatable, suspect.
n. floor mop, dry mop; brush, broom; tuft. -v.t. swab, wipe.
v.i. brood, fret, sulk, pout.
adj. ethical; righteous, just, virtuous; logical, probable.
n. spirit, cheer, nerve, courage, faith, hope; esprit de corps; gumption,
n. virtue, righteousness, uprightness, rectitude, ethics, morals.
n.pl. principles, ethics, norms; value system.
n. marsh, bog,a tract of low, soft, wet ground.
n. delay,a suspension of activity: a moratorium on the testing of nuclear weapons.
adj. unhealthy, diseased; gloomy, unwholesome.
adj. mordacious, biting, sarcastic.
adj. & adv. additional, in addition, added, beside[s], to boot, over and above, further.
n. mortuary, death or charnel house, deadhouse; files, records,
adj. dying,in a dying state; near death.
n. morn, morningtide, forenoon, ante meridian, a.m. [crack of] dawn, daybreak, break of day
n. simpleton, half-wit, imbecile.
adj. sulky, sullen, gloomy, crabbed, glum, dour.
n. mouthful, bite, crumb, scrap, bit.
adj. human, ephemeral; fatal, deadly; dire; implacable.
n. cannon, howitzer; cement, bond; vessel, cup; grinder, crucible.
n. pledge, security, encumbrance, loan, bond, debenture; promise. -v. borrow,
n. humiliation, vexation, embarrassment, chagrin.
v.t. humiliate, embarrass, chagrin; decay.
n. morgue, funeral home. -adj. funerary, funereal.
n. tilework, inlay, [in]tarsia; jigsaw puzzle; tesserae, tessellation; mixture, montage,
n.e.g -temple.a Muslim temple or place of public worship.
n. liverwort; club, peat, etc. moss.
adj. greatest, most numerous; the majority of, nearly or almost all.
n. witticism, quip, epigram.
n. speck [of dust], iota, trace, particle.
n. motor court or hotel; stopover, inn; cabins.
adj. worn, shabby, tattered, ragged.
n. parent, mama; abbess, prioress; matron, matriarch.
n. maternity,the state of being a mother; maternity.
n. [musical] theme; subject, topic, concept.
movement, move,mobility, be in motion,move, go; hie; budge,moving,in motion, astir, transitional
cinema, the silver screen,intercut, synchronize, cheat score, screen,cinematic; in production,
v. induce, move; draw on, give an impulse to, inspire, prompt, stimulate, inspirit,
n. motivation, reason, ground, cause; purpose, design; occasion; principle, mainspring,
adj. colorful, many-colored, variegated; assorted, jumbled, heterogeneous, diverse, kaleidoscopic,
n. engine ,any self-powered vehicle.
n. speedboat, launch, cruiser; runabout, hydroplane.
n. caravan, parade, procession.
n. motocycle, [motor] scooter, motorbike, putt-putt (inf.).
automobilist, Sunday driver (inf.), road hog (inf.); driver, chauffeur; speeder.
adj. spotted, blotched, dappled; motley.
n. maxim, adage, precept, device.
n. heap, hillock, knoll, hill, tumulus.
v.t. ascend, rise, soar, go up, climb; set, place.
n. hill, peak, elevation, alp, mount.
n. highlander, mountain climber, hillbilly (sl.).
adj. hilly, craggy, peaked; towering, sheer, lofty, precipitous; cordilleran.
n. charlatan, quack,a person who sells quack medicines, as from a platform in public places
lament, sorrow, grieve; bewail, bemoan, deplore.
n. lamenter; mute, pallbearer.
adj. sorrowful; gloomy, dreary.
adj. drab, colorless; quiet.
n. oral cavity, lips, kisser (sl.), muzzle; entrance, exit, inlet,
n. reed, embouchure,a piece placed at or forming the mouth, as of a receptacle or tube.
adj. portable, mobile; changeable.
v. transport, impel, actuate, incite, arouse, influence, propose; stir, act; remove.
n. motion, gesture; maneuver; progress; crusade, drive; works, workings.
n. motion pictures.
adj. motile; stirring; touching, affecting; impressive, exciting.
v.t. cut, clip, reap, scythe.
n. slang, courage, pluck, spunk.
abundance, ample,plenty,a lot, a great deal,a volume; wealth, ample, copious, plentiful, profuse
n. dirt, foulness, filth, slime, mud; pornography, smut, obscenity.
n. reformer, scandal-or gossipmonger.
n. mire, muck, ooze, gumbo.
n. confusion, mess, disorder, befuddlement.
manage, scrape along,to cause to become mentally confused.
n. slanderer, muckraker; character assassin.
n. bun, roll,an individual cup-shaped quick bread made with wheat flour
v.t. deaden, stifle, mute, dampen; wrap up, swathe, envelop.
n. scarf, comforter; silencer, deadener.
cup, stein, tankard; slang, face, puss,fool, dolt, clod; slang, gangster, mobster, thug
adj. dank, oppressive, sultry, sticky.
n. hinny, crossbreed; intransigent, pighead.
adj. obstinate, stubborn, headstrong.
v. think, reflect, consider, ruminate, ponder.
n. variety, diversity; multifariousness, diversification.
adj. many-sided, multifaceted.
adj. manifold, numerous,consisting of, having, or involving several or many individuals
n. procreation, reproduction; increase, productiveness.
v. increase, accrue; propagate proliferate; spread.
numerousness, multiplicity, profusion,be numerous, swarm, teem, crowd, several, sundry, divers
adj. mute, dumb, speechless, inarticulate; tight-lipped.
v.t. mutter, murmur, mouth.
n. fetish; incantation, hocus-pocus; gibberish, jargon, nonsense.
n. corpse, cadaver,a dead body dried and preserved by nature.
v. chew, masticate, crunch, nibble, eat.
adj. worldly, earthly; temporal, carnal.
adj. civic, civil, city; local; governmental.
generous, liberal, lavish, bounteous, bountiful, freehanded, openhanded; benevolent,charitable
Usually, munitions. materials used in war, especially weapons and ammunition.
n. wall painting, fresco; mosaic; shoji.
n. homicide, manslaughter.
n. assassin, manslayer, cutthroat; killer, butcher.
adj. bloodthirsty, sanguinary, deadly, brutal.
n. gloom, haze, dusk, dark, blackness, obscurity.
adj. dark, gloomy; obscure, hazy.
v.i. mumble, mutter, grumble; rustle, purl, ripple; whisper, breathe.
thew, tendon, sinew; musculature, build,hbeef,weight,strength,brawn,power; armed might,firepower
adj. strong, brawny, sinewy, vigorous
v.i. ponder, meditate, dream, ruminate
n. bagpipe, chanter,a woodwind instrument similar to but smaller than a shawm
n. gallery, repository, archives.
porridge,pottage,oatmeal,cereal; pap, sop,corn (sl.);informal,sentimentality, emotionalism
v.i. boom, increase, expand, swell, puff up, snowball (inf.)
adj. pulpy; sentimental, mawkish, maudlin.
semiclassical,or popular music,compose,arrange,adapt,musical,vocal,choral,adagio,lento
n. firearm; flintlock, blunderbuss;brown Bess.
n. rifleman, soldier,a soldier armed with a musket.
n. disorder, tangle, confusion,
ought,should,had better,need,needs must,be required,obliged, bound, compelled,doomed,destined,
hairline, toothbrush, Charlie Chaplin, Hitler, Kaiser Wilhelm, waxed, soup strainer, tickler
v.t. assemble, collect, gather, mobilize; poll.
adj. stale, fusty, moldy.
n. change, variation, deviation; mutant, freak, aberrancy, monster.
silent; refraining from speech or utterance
maim, destroy, cripple; disfigure, deface
n. rebellion, revolt, uprising, insurrection, insurgence.
v. murmur, grumble, mumble, growl.
adj. reciprocal, common, joint, correlative.
v.i. restrain, bridle, gag, silence, throttle.
adj. innumerable, multitudinous, teeming.
n. secret, enigma, puzzle, cabala; rite, sacrament
adj. hidden, secret; mysterious; esoteric, occult.
v.t. puzzle, perplex, bewilder, obscure, confound, baffle.
n. aura, mystery, charisma,a framework of doctrines, ideas, beliefs
n. legend, tradition; phantasy, fiction.
adj. unreal; fabulous, fictitious, mythological
heathen gods and goddesses; god,mythical, mythological, legendary
informal,grab,catch,seize; latch on to;corner,tree,ensnare; take prisoner,collar (sl.),pinch (sl)
n. low point, bottom, the pits (sl.).e.g -depth, lowness. Ant. zenith.
informal, pony; jade, hack, plug (sl.)
n. fingernail, toenail, ungula; talon, claw; tack, brad, spoke; hobnail, clout; pin
adj. ingenuous, unsophisticated, unworldly, artless.
adj. uncovered, stripped, bare; nude, unclothed, unclad, un-appareled; plain, undisguised
adj. insipid, mediocre; sentimental, maudlin; weak, pansyish, effeminate.
nomen,reputation, fame, repute,designate, christen; appoint, nominate; style; mention, specify.
anonymous,unnamed; obscure, unknown, unchristened,illegitimate;untitled, inglorious,indescribable
conj. & adv. to wit, as follows, specifically, viz. videlicet
n. nurse[maid], amah, ayah, baby-sitter.
n. doze, sleep; pile, surface, texture.
n. scruff, scuff, nuque, scrag.
linen, serviette, wipe (sl.);towel,diaper, handkerchief;sanitary napkin,maxi- or mini-pad,tampon.
n. self-love, vanity. Ant. selfless.
soporific,anesthetic;opiate,anodyne; dope,drug;sedative, tranquilizer.stupefying,narcotizing
describe, tell, relate; recount, recite; inform, rehearse; record, state, report, retail
n. story, tale, anecdote, description.
adj. limited, restricted
adj. bigoted; small, mean, intolerant
closeness,exiguity, littleness; thinness,narrow,slice, shave, pare,narrow, close; slender,barely
strait, channel ,limited in range or scope
adj. rhinal, adenoidal; twangy.
adj. rudimentary, embryonic
foul,filthy;distasteful,disgusting,horrid;dirty;nauseating,indecent,obscene;disagreeable,dangerous
country,state,realm;republic,kingdom,empire;sovereignty,authority,polity,body politic;commonwealth
federal, countrywide, nationwide; governmental, public; nationalistic, patriotic
patriotism, civism, paternalism; chauvinism, spreadeagleism (inf.); socialism, totalitarianism
n. citizenship; nation.e.g -humanity, region.
inhabitant,aborigine,countryman,indigenous;innate,inherent;aboriginal; endemic, natal, natural.
n. [American] Indian,a person born in the United States.
birth with reference to place or attendant circumstances
adj. informal, smart, chic, stylish, modish, dapper, snappy (inf)
unaffected,spontaneous,artless,unstudied;unsophisticated,naive,normal, ordinary, regular; inherent
zoologist, herpetologist, botanist, horticulturalist,ichthyologist,geologist, arborist,
v.t. confer citizenship on, admit
sort,essence,basis,essential; constitution,disposition,temperament,bent, class,creation,universe.
n. nudist,a person who appreciates the beauty and benefits of nature
adj. disobedient, wayward, mischievous, troublesome, perverse; improper
n. qualm, seasickness, queasiness; disgust, aversion, loathing.
v.t. sicken, disgust, revolt.
adj. marine, maritime; oceangoing.
adj. nautical, maritime,belonging to, pertaining to, or connected with a navy
n. belly button,the central point or middle of any thing or place.
dead reckoning,navigate,sail,steam, cruise; take bearings,sailing,seafaring, nautical,maritime,
conformity, intuition, unpreparedness. Ant. unnatural, affected.
n. fleet; ships, warships.e.g -combatant, warfare.
fascist,Hitlerite,racist; National Socialist,NSDAP;reactionary,economic royalist;brownshirt
Lat. that which is peerless; the ultimate
adj. savage, barbarous;uncivilized, unrefined
closeness, proximity,hang about, touch or border on,near, nigh, close or near at hand; close
shortsighted, my-derly. Opic
tidy,orderly;compact,hazy; amorphous,indistinct,un-trim, shapely;clear,confused,vague,turbid
adj. nebular; cloudy, ,
necessitation,obligation,be doomed or destined, necessary,needful,required, requisite,necessarily
channel, isthmus, strait, pass; cervix; constriction, narrowing; scruff, nape
n. beads, chain, string, pearls; pendant, lavaliere; collar, choker.
n. tie, cravat, scarf; string, bow, four-in-hand, Ascot, Windsor, half-Windsor, black, white.
n. obituary,a list of persons who have died within a certain time.
n. sorcery, enchantment, magic.
n. honey,the saccharine secretion of a plant, which attracts the insects or birds
necessity, requirement; desire, want, privation, lack, crave, claim, demand, yearn; lack, want.
adj. necessary, requisite
n. obelisk, Cleopatra's needle; thorn, prickle; stylus; syringe.
adj. unnecessary, pointless, purposeless, superfluous.
darning, stitching, sewing, embroidery,needlepoint, tatting, appliqué; sampler, brocade
adj. in want, destitute, indigent, moneyless, impecunious, penniless, poverty-stricken
wastrel, loafer, idler, do-nothing, fainéant, good-for-nothing, bum (sl.), deadbeat, no-good
adj. evil, detestable, base, wicked.
negativeness, abnegation,denial,deny,contradict,contravene,negatory, denying,no, nay, not, nowise
adj. denying,expressing refusal to do something
negligence,carelessness,heedlessness,neglect,neglectful,negligent,lax,slack, heedless,neglectfully
n. deshabille, morning dress, peignoir, kimono, robe de chambre, nightgown
lazily careless; offhand: a negligent wave of his manicured hand.
adj. slight, insignificant
adj. conveyable, assignable,transferable; spendable.
v. accomplish, arrange; bargain, dicker, contract, overcome,achieve, effect; informal, handle
n. African, Ethiopian, Sudanese,
n.e.g -friend.a person who lives near another.
n. community, vicinity, district, region, environs,presence, venue.e.g -near,
environment, location. neighborly, adj. hospitable; friendly
not either, as of persons or things specified
n. bane, bugbear,something that a person cannot conquer, achieve
n. neologism,a newly coined word, or a phrase or familiar word used in a new sense
n. beginner, tyro, novice; initiate, debutant, greenhorn (inf.), greeny (inf.), rookie (sl.)
n. favoritism, patronage; partiality, favor.
n. slang, bookworm, grind (inf.); expert, techie (inf.).
courage,strength,vigor,vitality;grit,determination,resolution,embolden,steel,strengthen,invigorate
adj. listless; cowardly.e.g -cowardice, weakness. Ant. nervy, bold.
jumpy,jittery, fidgety, uneasy; tense, fearful; sensitive, neurotic; high-strung; timid.
adj. bold, brash,brashly presumptuous or insolent
aerie, hammock, lair, den; hotbed, coterie; nursery, cradle; resort, haunt, retreat
n. reserve [fund], savings; rainy-day fund, hope chest
Fr. isn't it [true]?
v.i. lodge, snuggle, lie, cuddle
adj. under, lower
v. trouble, irritate; prickle; ruffle, annoy, provoke; vex, offend.
n. reticulation; net[ting], mesh, interlacing, openwork; hookup, web, interconnection
n. nervous or mental disorder, illness, sickness, or disease; melancholia, nervous breakdown;
adj. sexless, unsexual; emasculated, castrated, gelded,emasculate, castrate, geld; spay, fix.
nonpartisan; indifferent, disinterested,unconcerned;undecided,irresolute, indeterminate; inert
v.t. nullify, cancel; offset, negate, counterbalance; destroy, defeat
adv. ne'er, nevermore, not ever, at no time
nonetheless, anyway, still, yet, just the same, for all that, notwithstanding; in any event
fresh, unused; unfamiliar, different; unaccustomed
covenant between god and humans in which the dispensation of grace is revealed through Jesus Christ
adj. recent; hatched, neonatal, new-fledged.
n. immigrant, alien, for,a person or thing that has recently arrived
adj. novel,of a new kind or fashion: newfangled ideas.
n. bride, blushing bride,a person who has recently married.
recentness,currency,freshness,renew, restore, modernize,novel, recent, fresh, green,newly, freshly
Johnny-come-lately (inf.); ness, fashion. initiate.
n. calendar, journal,a written report and analysis of the news, often providing forecasts,
n. paper; daily, journal, weekly, gazette, sheet, tabloid
beside, nearest; after, later,adjacent, adjoining, bordering, contiguous; following, ensuing
n. point, end; beak, bill.
v. browse, gnaw, graze; nip, peck, pick at; snack, nosh. -n. nip, chew, bite, morsel, bit, snack
agreeable,attractive,enjoyable; tasteful,proper,genteel; precise,accurate,exact,critical,squeamish
n. precision, accuracy; distinction, detail, subtlety.
n. hollow, recess; corner, nook
Ger. [is it] not true?
n. notch, chip, gouge, jag, indentation. -v.t. cut, chip, dent, jag, gouge
n. theater, movie house; jukebox.
n. pet name, diminutive, sobriquet; appellation.
adj. slang, smart, stylish.
adj. cheap, stingy, miserly, close, parsimonious, ungenerous; grudging; tight; mean.
v. trifle (with), dally, nickle-and-dime (inf.); cheat.
n. darkness, evening, nightfall, midnight, nighttime, eventide. Ant. day[time].
n.pl. nightgown or -shirt, pajamas, robe de nuit, nightie (inf.), PJ's (inf.).
n. cabaret, café, supper club; discotheque, nightspot, speakeasy, joint (inf.), nightery (inf.)
n. nightdress, nightie (inf.).
bad dream, hallucination; cauchemar;incubus, succubus,demon,night hag; terror, fright, daymare
n. lawlessness, anarchy.
Lat. despairing of nothing
adj. spry, active, sprightly, supple, agile, lively, brisk, alert, acute, quick
n. simpleton, chump
v.t. nibble, bite; cut, snip, pinch, chip, shorten; sip. -n. pinch, bite; sip; chill
n. dug, mammilla, pap[illa], teat; tit
adj. sharp, biting, cold; tangy, spicy, peppery
n. bliss, ecstasy, heaven, paradise; nibbana.
v.i. find fault, carp, quibble, catch at straws, split hairs
n. slang, essentials, facts
n. slang, bonehead, jughead, fool, dimwit (sl.)
v.t. slang, veto, naysay
n. water sprite or nymph, undine.
adv. none, not,not in any degree or manner; not at all (used with a comparative)
aristocracy, quality, gentility, rank,ennable, confer a title,knight, dub,noble, exalted, princely,
n. nonentity, cipher, upstart, jackanapes, jerk (sl.), twirp (sl.)
adj. nightlike, nightly; nighttime; noctivagant, noctambulant; dark, black as night
n. night piece or music, evensong, Nachtmusik; serenade.
salute,greeting,recognition;sign,signal;permission,agreement,greet,signal, sign;sleep,doze,drowse
difficulty,nodus,Gordian knot;lump, bump, knurl, gnarl; nodosity, nodule, tumescence
adj. worthless, good-for-nothing
n. uproar, hubbub, din, racket, clamor, pandemonium; crash, rattle, clatter
adj. soundless, quiet, silent, hushed.
adj. destructive, harmful, baneful, evil; fetid, malodorous, rank
Lat. willy-nilly.
Fr. pseudonym,an assumed name, as one under which a person fights, paints, writes, etc.
another term for pen name
n. wanderer, gypsy, rover
wasteland; battlefield, field of battle.e.g -contention.
nomination, terminology,name, call, term, denominate, designate, identify,named
adj. titular, [so-]called, known as; in name only, token; slight, little; moderate, reasonable
v.t. propose, name; suggest; appoint.
n. appointee, designee, candidate, aspirant; grantee.
Lat. not of sound mind.
Lat. sophism, illogicality.
adj. abstemious, teetotal; nonintoxicating; unfermented
adj. neutral, independent
See unbeliever,a person who lacks belief or faith, as in god,a religion, an idea,or an undertaking
n. indifference, insouciance, unconcern; casualness, carelessness
adj. pagan, heretic, heathen, infidel; Antichrist
n. nonbelligerent; civilian
neutral, nonpartisan; ambiguous, vague; careful, cautious, circumspect, closemouthed, politic
failure or refusal to conform, as with established customs
adj. ecumenical, interdenominational, nonsectarian
adj. indefinable, unclassifiable, indescribable, random; odd; casual, undistinguished
pron. no one, nothing
n. nothing, negation; nobody; nullity
unimportant, irrelevant, unnecessary, incidental
n. rarity, unicum, paragon, exemplar; nonpareil, one in a thousand or million
adv. however, nevertheless.
inexistence,nonentity,nonsubsistence,be null and void, cease to exist,nonexistent, inexistent
n. reality; history, [auto]biography, article, dissertation; journalism, exposé
adj. unequaled, matchless, incomparable, in a class by itself
neutral, uncommitted, disinterested; impartial, unbiased, broad-minded,independent, neutral
default, delinquency; protest, repudiation,not pay,run up bills, defaulting, in default;
perplex, confound, baffle;bring up short or to a standstill,stop dead squelch, throw
n. absurdity, senselessness,silliness, trash, foolishness.
adj. ceaseless, incessant, round-the-clock.
n. moderation, pacifism.
n. retreat, corner, cover, niche, recess.
n. noontime, midday, noonday, lunchtime.
n. hitch, catch; loop, halter, ring, lariat, lasso.
normalcy;norma, model,standard, par,criterion, yardstick, rule of thumb; precept, canon, fashion
ordinary, regular, average, usual, typical
adj. northerly, northern, northward; arctic, polar
n. proboscis, snout, muzzle, beak, schnozzle (sl.); nasal or olfactory organ; nostrils
n. plunge, descent, fall; crash.
n. posy, bouquet, corsage.
n. slang, snack, lunch, bite (inf.).
n. homesickness; pathos, regret, wistfulness; nostomania.
adj. inquisitive, meddlesome, prying, snoopy.
note well; take notice
adj. celebrated, noted, noteworthy, distinguished, renowned, famous, remarkable.
v.t. certify, attest, witness, stamp, validate
n. note; comment, annotation; entry.
gash, score; groove,indentation; dimple; defile, pass, gap, opening, hole; serrature, tooth; crenel
letter, missive; acknowledgment, comment, reminder; observation, distinction, fame; tone, sound
n. notepad, memo pad or book,portable or laptop [computer].e.g -writing, computers.
provided with musical notation, a musical score
adj. extraordinary, notable, remarkable, considerable, exceptional.
n. zero, cipher, nought, blank; nothingness; nonentity, bagatelle, trifle, zilch (sl)
attention, observation, recognition, perception; circular, poster, bulletin; placard, announcement;
adj. striking, conspicuous, perceptible, prominent, observable.
n. moderation, pacifism.
v. inform, warn, apprise, advise, tell, acquaint
n. idea, thought, opinion; fancy, caprice, inclination; belief, conception
n. flagrancy, blatancy, notoriousness, disrepute
adv. nevertheless, although, however, yet. —prep. despite, even
v.t. nurture, sustain, feed, foster, support, maintain
Fr. parvenu; social climber, snob
n. story, book, romance, epic; novella
n. romancer, fictionist.
originality,singularity,innovation,new departure,change,revolution; fad,fashion,craze;marvel,freak
beginner, student,amateur, probationer, neophyte, apprentice; tyro, greenhorn.e.g -beginning,
adv. immediately, here, presently, today, yet
adv. nowise, by no means, in no case, not on one’s life (inf.)
adv. [in] no place, neither here nor there, absent
adj. noisome, harmful, poisonous, injurious, deleterious, pernicious
n. spout, outlet, vent, valve, faucet, nose, opening.
n. & adj. utmost, highest degree, maximum
variation,modulation, shade,subtlety, nicety, fine point, distinction; suggestion, innuendo, hint
n. knob, stud; informal, gist, essence
adj. marriageable; pubescent, ripe, developed.
adj. atomic, thermonuclear; core, central
n. center, heart, core, kernel; basis, foundation.
adj. naked, stripped, bare, unclad, unclothed, exposed, [in the] raw (inf.)
n. push, poke, prod. —v.t. poke, prod, push, jog
n. naturism, gymnosophy.
adj. useless, ineffectual, worthless, futile; helpless.
n. lump, hunk; slug,a lump of something, as of precious metal.
n. pest, annoyance, irritation, bore, bother.
v.t. slang, destroy, wipe out, vaporize; microwave.
adj. invalid; nonexistent.
nullification,abrogation,annulment,cancellation,revocation,abrogate,abjure, annul, cancel, destroy
n. nothingness, nonexistence.
adj. unfeeling, deadened, frozen, benumbed; dazed, shocked; anesthetized, narcotized, drugged,
numeration, numbering, counting, tally, enumeration, number,enumerate, poll, numeral, numerical
many, myriad, multitudinous, plentiful, numberless, various, thick.
n. numbskull, dolt, Dummkopf, meathead (sl.), bonehead (sl.).
n. sister, ecclesiastic, religieuse.
n. convent, cloister, cenacle, sisterhood, order.
adj. connubial, bridal. —n. marriage, wedding.
n. attendant, nursemaid, nanny (inf.)
n. nursery school, crèche
v.t. sustain, support, feed, nourish; foster, cherish; educate, train, rear
n. kernel, stone, nutmeat; seed, core; slang, eccentric, crank, crackpot (sl.), kook (sl.)
n. food, nutriment, health food.
adj. nutritive, wholesome, digestible, nourishing.
n. husk, hull, covering; synopsis, digest, minimum.
adj. nutlike, meaty, rich, tasty; slang, crazy, insane, cracked (inf.)
v. nose, muzzle; burrow, snuff, root, pry; suckle; cuddle, nestle, press, snuggle
n. dryad, naiad, houri, undine; larva.
n. lout, simpleton, dullard, dunce, blockhead, idiot, dope (sl.), jerk (sl.).e.g -ignorance.
n. paddle, blade, sweep, scull, pole
n. rower, paddler, etc.; crewman, bowman, helmsman; gondolier; thalamite, zygite, thranite.
n. waterhole, wallow; refuge, shelter.
adj. flinty, adamant, unyielding, inflexible;,
obedience, compliance;submission,nonresistance;obey, comply,submit; obedient,observant,acquiescent
n. homage, deference, obedience; bow, salaam, kowtow, curtsy, genuflection; prostration
n. monolith, needle, shaft; dagger, obelus.e.g -height, record, indication.
n. fat, overweight, stout, plump, fleshy, bulky; corpulent, ponderous; adipose
to comply with or follow the commands, restrictions, wishes, or instructions
v.t. darken, obscure; bewilder
Lat. passing remark; comment.
n. obit (inf.), necrology; obsequies, exequy; eulogy.
n. thing, item; goal, aim, purpose, objective.
n. remonstrance, protest; drawback, criticism; barrier, obstacle; exception, protestation
adj. censurable, culpable; unpleasant, undesirable, obnoxious, offensive, harmful.
adj. unemotional, unprejudiced, unbiased, impersonal.
n. offering, sacrifice, corban; worship; expiation.
n. duty, promise; debt; agreement, bond, incumbency,
v. compel, force, constraibind, impel; accommodate, favor,
adj. accommodating, helpful, considerate.
obliquity,obliqueness, deviation, divergence;diverge,deviate; slope, slant, lean, incline,oblique
v.t. efface, erase, expunge, cancel; rub, sponge,
oblivion, obliviousness, forgetfulness, obliteration ,forget, be forgetful,oblivious,nepenthean
adj. elongate, rectangular; elliptical, oval.
n. traduction, slander, calumny, denunciation, detraction; odium,opprobrium, humiliation,
adj. repulsive, loathsome, hateful, offensive, odious.
hautboy; English horn, shawm, schalmei,musette,oboe d’amore,bass or baritone oboe, heckelphone
adj. foul, lewd, dirty, indecent, coarse, smutty.
obscurity, dimness, darkness, obscuration, obfuscation obscure, shade, cloud,conceal, hide;obscure
n.pl. funeral or burial service.
adj. abject, fawning, sycophantic, cringing, servile, truckling, compliant
performance,compliance,adhesion,obedience;fulfillment,satisfaction,discharge; acquittance,acquittal
adj. attentive, mindful; vigilant.e.g -attention, care. Ant. unobservant, inattentive.
n. notice, perception, regard; comment, consideration, remark
respect, acknowledge, abide by; obey, cling to,be faithful to, meet, fulfill; carry out
v.t. haunt, beset, besiege
preoccupation, fixation, mania, phobia, compulsion, idée fixe, bee in one’s bonnet (inf.),hangup
n. disuse, disappearance; antiquity.
adj. past, extinct, outworn, disused, discarded, antiquated, dead, out-of-date
n. hindrance, difficulty, barrier, obstruction, snag, impediment, barrage, baffle.
obstinacy,stubbornness,tenacity,doggedness;be obstinate,stickle,insist,persist, persevere;obstinate
adj. noisy, clamorous, vociferous; recalcitrant, unruly, riotous.e.g -violence, disobedience
block, stop, impede,choke,retard,clog; occlude, shut; dam,foul; barricade, blockade; delay; check
v.t. acquire, set; prevail
v. intrude, thrust, interfere.
adj. stupid, dull; blunt
n. face, front, counterpart
v.t. preclude, debar
adj. manifest, patent, clear, evident, plain; undisguised, unconcealed.
occasion,opportunity,opportune,seasonable; providential,lucky,fortunate
adj. incidental, irregular, casual
adj. mystic, mysterious, supernatural, secret, hidden
n. tenant, lodger, transient, occupier, inhabitant, roomer
tenure, occupancy, holding, tenancy,trade, business, employment, calling, profession, pursuit
hold,inhabit,keep,fill, tenant, have; take,beset,garrison; interest, engage,engross, busy, employ
occurrence, eventuality, event, incident, affair, episode,occur, happen,be;occurring,under way
the vast body of salt water that covers almost three fourths of the earth's surface.
adj. optic, visual; retinal, conjunctival; perceptible, visible
n. ophthalmologist, eye doctor
strange,unusual,unnatural;curious, quaint,queer,bizarre,droll; singular,single; casual,occasional
n. eccentric, nonconformist .
curiosity,freak; singularity,strangeness,peculiarity;quaintness,eccentricity, oddness; crank
difference, probability, advantage; disparity.
poem, lyric; psalm, canticle, hymn; monody
disgusting, repugnant, detestable, offensive, loathsome, hateful. repulsive, revolting
odorousness, smell, scent, effluvium; be fragrant, have an odor or perfume, smell sweet; odorous,
inodorousness, scentlessness; air, ventilate. inodorous, scentless, unscented; ,
wandering, travel, journey; quest, pilgrimage.
away, at a distance. disconnected, discontinued;,
garbage, rubbish, refuse, waste; ordure, filth, excrement.
unfamiliar, unconventional, unorthodox, weird, queer,
improbability, unlikelihood,
informal, improper, indelicate; risqué, racy, dirty.
break the law, err, wrong, sin, trespass; ,
lawbreaker, culprit.
insult, affront, discourtesy;,
offer, proffer, presentation, tender, bid, overture, advance; extend, hold forth, on the market,
offertory; oblation, contribution, donation, charity.
casually, impromptu, extemporaneously; abruptly, carelessly. unpremeditated, unplanned,
headquarters, department, bureau, room, branch; status, rank, function; post, job, service.
policeman; functionary, official, president, secretary, treasurer; registrar; mayor, governor.
officer, functionary, dignitary. authoritative, authentic, authorized; formal.
preside, serve, supervise, formal
interfering, meddle some, obtrusive, pushy, presumptuous; bossy
forbidden, prohibited, taboo.
neutralize, balance, counteract, cancel [out], counterbalance, counterpoise
ramification, incidental, result, branch, shoot, sprout, scion
a product, outcome, or result, children
unofficial, informal.
ofttime[s], oftentime[s], frequently, repeatedly, recurrently, oft.
leer at, stare at, make eyes at.
giant[ess], man-eater, cannibal, tyrant,despot, monster, beast, demon,fiend, cyclops.
oil, fat, lipid, grease, wax; mineral, a lubricant,anoint;oily, slippery, lubricous, slick, smooth.
unguent, balm, pomade, salve, cream,narve.
informal, okay, approve, endorse,admit,agree,permit.
aged, old-age, elderly; experienced; antique, antiquated, olden.
tradition, prescription,custom, neoism, immemorial usage, common law, ancient, antique,prime.
out-of-date, dated, out of style, old hat. Out of fashion.
oldness, age,maturity; be old, have seen better days; old, eldest, ancient, antique.
informal, veteran, old hand or soldier, warhorse, oldster.
clique, junta; aristocracy, autocracy.
warning, foreboding; portent, prediction; presage, threat.
adj. inauspicious, bodeful, fateful.
exclusion, exception, elimination, cut; failure, neglect, ellipsis; deficit, shortage; evasion.
neglect, skip, spare, overlook, delete, remove, reject, except, exclude, miss, drop; pass, forget.
bus; collection, compilation; reader, portable, inclusive, catchall, comprehensive,, extensive.
all-powerful, almighty, supreme.
ubiquitous, pervasive.
all-seeing, all-knowing.
devouring, all-con-suming, gluttonous.
forward, onward, ahead. upon, at; near; informal, at one’s expense.
formerly, previously, latterly. as soon as, whenever.
slang, glance, look, scrutiny, survey; run-through; the eye, sizing-up, double-O (sl.).
impending, menacing. one, individual, sole, only, solitary, single.
difficult, troublesome, burdensome, wearing, oppressive. light, easy.
unfair, biased, partial, prejudiced; unbalanced, lopsided, asymmetric, awry, unilateral
continuing, actual, prevalent.
spectator, observer, watcher, viewer, witness, bystander, nonparticipant
solely, singly, exclusively, merely, but. alone, unique
attack, onslaught; opening, beginning, outbreak.
onset, attack, charge, assault, offensive, thrust, drive, blame, censure, accusation
burden, charge.a difficult or disagreeable obligation, task, burden, etc.
forward, ahead.toward a point ahead or in front; forward, as in space or time.
seep, leak, filter; drip, percolate.
nontransparency, dimness, filminess, opaque, obscure, dark, obscure, murky, cloudy, muddy.
obscure, nontransparent, stupid, unintelligent; unintelligible, obtuse; dark, dull.
unclosed, free, public; frank, overt; spread out, reveal, disclose; start, initiate, commence,
opening, hole, open, gap, yawn, bilge; hang, perforate[d], wide, ajar, agape; ,
broad-minded, impartial, unbiased; candid, receptive, tolerant, understanding, worldly.
grand opera, libretto.
conduct, manage, direct, go, run, work, function, act.
effective, operating, acting, working, functioning, effectual, workman; detective, spy.
worker, handler; speculator.
musical comedy, comic opera
narcotic, palliative, drug, sedative, tranquilizer, analgesic.
idea, thought, belief, conviction; theory, view, judgment; mind, verdict; public opinion, survey,
convinced; unconvincible, bigoted, dogmatic, prejudiced, hidebound, positive.
papavarine; poppy, hops, mud, the pipe , remedy, habit.
a person who is on an opposing side in a game, contest, controversy, or the like; adversary.
fortuitous, timely, seasonable, felicitous, suitable, apt, apropos. inopportune, inappropriate.
the policy or practice, as in politics, business, or one's personal affairs, of adapting actions, decisions
n. opening; chance, occasion; space, scope, place; leisure.
contrast, confront; combat, counter, resist, hinder; contradict, refute, cross; repel, withstand;
opposition, antagonism, antipathy, withstand, resist, counter, adverse, conversely; the enemies
persecute, burden, crush, afflict, grieve, load, depress; overbear, compress, overtax, overburden;
tyrannical, cruel, burdensome, onerous, grievous.
n. persecutor, bully, boss, slave driver, Simon Legree, master; tyrant, martinet, dictator.
adj. abusive, insulting, offensive, slanderous, derogatory, contemptuous, malicious.
v.i. decide; approve (of), vote for, elect, choose, select, pick, favor.
optical instruments, [plano-convex or -concave, biconvex,optic[al], optometrical.
adj. optimum, prime, best.e.g -goodness. Ant. minimal, worst.
hopefulness, hope, cheerfulness, enthusiasm; confidence, assurance, pessimism, skepticism
choice, preference, discretion, alternative; privilege, right; first call, choice, say; put, call.
adj. discretionary, voluntary, elective, nonobligatory.e.g -choice. Ant. obligatory, required.
adj. wealthy; abundant.
n. work, publication, composition, work of art, etc.
n. prophet, seer.
adj. verbal, vocal, spoken, unwritten.
n. tangerine, tangelo; sweet, blood, mandarin, navel, etc. orange.
n. speech, declamation, discourse, address.
n. speech, elocution, declamation, eloquence, expression.
n. sphere, globe; orbit, circuit.e.g -rotundity, circularity.
path, track, circuit, course; region, range, sphere, realm, scope; province, influence. business.
n. fruit garden, grove, vineyard, plantation.
n. symphony, sinfonia; band; parterre, ground floor.
v. install, appoint, invest, frock; decree, [pre]destine.
n. trial, strain, cross, tribulation, test.
regularity, uniformity, symmetry, be in order; form, fall in, draw up; arrange, range, orderly.
n. law, regulation, order, decree; appointment, destiny; rule, enactment.
usual, medium, average, unremarkable, commonplace, regular, common; second-rate; habit, simpleness,
n. guns, cannon, artillery.
hand organ, barrel organ, harmonium, calliope; pipe or electronic organ; journal; gland, heart.
bodily ; animate, biological; systematized, structural.
organic matter, organization, organized nature or world,organic, vital, biotic, biological; ,
arrangement, classification, class; association, society, club, establishment, enterprise; organism.
n. paroxysm, spasm; climax.
n. debauch, carouse, dissipation; rite; revelry, carousal.
orientate; find one’s bearings, locate; acquaint, familiarize, adapt, adjust; educate, train.
an opening or aperture, as of a tube or pipe; a mouthlike opening or hole; mouth; vent.
n. beginning, cause, commencement; descent, source, fountainhead, derivation, rise, ancestry.
adj. novel, unique; primary, initial; earliest, primal, abo.
ornament, ornateness; ornament, embellish, decorate, adorn, grace, beautify, rich, gilt.
showy, ostentatious; rich, lavish.
adj. contrary, difficult, cantankerous; irascible.
n. waif, stray, gamin[e], urchin; foundling.
n. home, foundlings’ home, shelter, refuge.
approved, conventional; sound, strict, fathfull, scriptural, literal, canonical.
vibrate, hesitate, shilly-shally, hem and haw, blow hot and cold.
vibration, libration,reciprocate, alternate, to and fro, up and down, back and forth
v. harden, callous, horrify.
adj. apparent, outward; professed,
display, show, put oneself forward, court attention, star, figure; showy, dashing, impressive.
v.t. exclude, banish, bar, blackball; outcast.
adj. different, separate, distinct; former; another, additional.
else, if not, besides; contrarily, contrariwise; conversely, vice versa; quite the contrary; alias.
unworldly, religious, spiritual, supernatural, unearthly, out of this world; idealistic, unreal.
v.t. depose, evict, remove, dismiss, dislodge.
adv. without, outside; outdoors; démodé.
adj. absolute, complete
outburst, eruption; rebellion, uprising, revolt, insurrection; disturbance.
eruption, explosion, blowup; outpouring, flood, breakthrough; paroxysm, spasm, upheaval; uproar.
pariah, derelict, exile; castaway, outsider, outlaw; leper.
v.t. outdo, outrival.
n. issue, termination, end, result, consequence, outgrowth, upshot.
n. clamor, tumult, exclamation, shout, uproar.
adj. obsolete, out-of-date, antiquated.
distance, outstrip
adj. open-air, out-of-door, alfresco; drive-in.
adj. outside, outward, external, exterior.
n. ensemble, garments, suit; group, unit; equipment, gear.
n. effluence, efflux, outpouring, issue, effusion, escape.
adj. extrovert; retiring.
n. development, result, outcome, offshoot; excrescence.
n. outbuilding; privy.
n. excursion, junket, field day, picnic.
adj. bizarre, outré, eccentric, foreign, grotesque, queer.
v. outlive, survive, outwear.
n. criminal, bandit, fugitive, outcast; desperado.
n. expenditure, disbursements, outgo.
n. loophole, port; sluice, floodgate; faucet, tap, spout, conduit; exit, vent, opening.
profile, tracing, bounds, edge, blueprint, scheme, drawing, summary, résumé; chart, map.
v.t. survive, outlast.
n. appearance, prospect, probabilities, forecast; scene, view, vista.
adj. distant, suburban, remote; frontier.
adj. outdated, out-of-date; timeworn, stale; superseded, square.
out of time, outfit
adj. off the beaten track, secluded, isolated; bizarre, out of the ordinary, outlandish.
n. sentry, scout, picket, vanguard; border, march, frontier; outstation, fort.
n. effusion, spate, flood.
n. produce, yield, harvest, product.
n. violence, wrong, affront, harm, damage, injury, abuse; transgression, infraction, violation.
adj. offensive, shocking.
n. extent, influence; community service.
adj. complete, unqualified, unmitigated, consummate, out-and-out.
v.t. overtake, outdistance, outstrip.
v.t. outdo, eclipse, excel, overshadow.
adj. exterior, outer, external, outward.
n. alien, stranger, foreigner; layman; onlooker, passerby, intruder, pariah, rebel, etc.
n.pl. suburbs, environs, surroundings; border, edge; purlieus.
to get the better of; outwit.
adj. frank, bluff, unreserved, blunt, loud, plainspoken.
prominent, exceptional, remarkable, noticeable, unpaid, uncollected, owing, due, unsettled.
adj. extended, proffered, offered; expanded, outspread.
v.t. outspace, outrun, excel, exceed, outdo, outdistance; eclipse, surpass.
adj. exterior, outer, outside, out; visible. inward.
v.t. overweigh, outbalance, overbalance, exceed.
v.t. frustrate, circumvent, outsmart.
adj. elliptical, ovoid, ovate.
n. applause, kudos, tribute; acclamation, cheers, approbation.
stove, range, roaster, broiler; hearth; furnace, rotary oven, Dutch oven, convection or microwave.
past, across, by; again; beyond; extra, above, more, remaining, on, above.
overplay, ham, chew the scenery.
hyperactive, frenetic.
blanket, all-inclusive.
intimidate, daunt, abash, cow; impress.
surpass, unbalance, overweigh.
domineering, bullying, lordly, arrogant, dictatorial; overwhelming.
cloudy, murky, shadowy, gloomy, dark, leaden.
overcareful, timorous, fearful, unenterprising.
v. rook, fleece, cheat, extort; scalp, gyp, do.
n. greatcoat, duster, topcoat, ulster, raglan, petersham.
v. conquer, subdue, defeat, overthrow, surmount.
adj. reckless, cocksure, cocky, complacent, brash, incautious, cheeky, nervy.
adj. populous, jam-packed, teeming.
v. overtask, overstrain, etc.; go too far, carry to extremes.
adj. past due, late, delaye.
v.i. stuff oneself, overindulge.
overappraisal, overestimate, overvaluation, overrating, overreckoning.
inundate, flood; brim or well over, boil over, run over. inundation, deluge, spate, excess.
overrun, weedy; swollen, bloated, oversize, outsize.
v.t. project over, jut; impend, threaten.
v.t. examine, check, inspect; repair, renovate.
n. costs, expenditure, outlay, capital, investment.
v.t. catch; eavesdrop.
adj. delighted, enraptured.
n. overdoing, overemphasis
v. imbricate, shingle; overhang, overlie; superimpose.
v.t. superimpose, cover.
command, oversee, manage, direct, supervise; pass over or by, ignore, omit, skip; forgive, excuse.
n. master, liege, overpass, bridge, walkway.
adj. overestimated, exaggerated, pumped up.
v.t. annul ; prevail.
v.t. override, reverse, set aside, contravene, rescind, veto, cancel, countermand.
overflowing, spread over, overspread, overgrow, infest, grow over, run riot; infested, plagued; ,
transoceanic, ultramarine, foreign, colonial. beyond the sea, abroad, away, over there.
v.t. manage, superintend, direct, supervise, command; overlook.
v.t. eclipse, show up.
n. boot, arctic, galosh, rubber.
n. omission, error, blunder, slip; management, directorship, supervision.
v.t. exaggerate, overclaim, overdo, overdraw, overembellish.
v.i. transgress, trespass, cross, encroach, exceed; intrude, infringe.
adj. open, exposed, plain to see.
v.t. catch [up with], pass, reach, overhaul.
v.t. overcome, defeat, upset, abolish, confute; overturn, demolish, ruin.
suggestion, connotation, hint, implication, intimation, innuendo,insinuation,inference, undertone.
n. advance, approach, proposal, bid; prelude, preliminary, introduction.
v.t. invert, upset, reverse; overthrow, destroy.
n. survey, review, synopsis.
adj. obese, fat, adipose, chubby, chunky.
v.t. overpower, crush, submerge, overcome.
v. overdo, tire, weary, exhaust, overtax, overburden, overtask.
elaborate, pretentious, ornate; overworked, tired; distraught, hysterical, nervous, frenetic.
n. cell, egg, seed.
v.i. be indebted, be in debt.
v. admit, confess, concede, acknowledge; possess, have, hold.
n. possession, proprietorship, title.
n. self-contradiction, paradox, absurdity.
rate, speed, velocity;measuring step;stride; gait,amble, rack, walk to and fro;lead, set the pace.
n. elephant, rhinoceros, hippopotamus.
adj. peaceable, conciliatory; calm.
pacification, reconciliation,tranquilize,allay, peaceful,calm;unwarlike, after a storm comes a calm.
n. soother, teether, teething ring; conciliator, alleviator, mediator.
stow, bale, package, packet; load, burden, bundle; knapsack; crowd, mob, herd, flock, bevy, covey.
n. beast of burden; horse, donkey, etc.
n. parcel, pack[et], carton.e.g -assemblage, enclosure,package store, liquor store.
n. package; packet boat, paquebot; mail boat, steamer, coaster.
contents, filler, stuffing, closure, stopper, bung, plug; pad, buffer; lute, seal, gasket.
n. compact, covenant, treaty; bargain, agreement.
cushion, mat, buffer;tablet; slang, flat, room, stuff, wad; enlarge, overstate, inflate.
pads, cushion, wadding; fill-ins, additions; excess, extras, surplus; repetition, featherbedding.
oar, scull, sweep, flipper, pole, row, backwater, feather, steer; beat, thrash, drub; toddle, pad,
portable or detachable lock
n. song or hymn of joy or praise, hosanna, hallelujah.
adj. heathen, ungodly; idolatrous. heathen, idolater.
n. servant, attendant, call boy, page boy, bellboy; folio, leaf.
n. exhibition, show, parade, display, spectacle.
n. bucket, can, canister, pot, pan, kettle.
pain, hurt, discomfort, painfulness; feel, experience, suffer, endure,harrowed, afflicted, aching,
n. alleviative, lenitive, anodyne, paregoric, analgesic,
adj. causing no pain; easy.
n.pl. exertion, labor, effort; attention, seriousness.
adj. careful, particular, meticulous, scrupulous; diligent.
depicting; drawing; drafting; design;draw, sketch, pencil, scratch,pictorial, graphic
n. couple, duo, brace; mates; two of a kind, match, mate, couple, suit, unite.
n. pyjamas,night clothes consisting of loose-fitting trousers and jacket.
n. slang,companion, crony, comrade, mate; sidekick, buddy, chum.
n. alcazar, château, mansion, great house, palazzo, palais; arena, pleasure dome, Crystal Palace.
adj. tasty, savory, toothsome, appetizing; pleasant, agreeable, easy to take.
adj. sumptuous, luxurious; stately, majestic.
conference, parley, conversation; babble, chatter; flattery, absurdity, converse, chatter.
ashy, ashen, colorless, bloodless; light,faint, dim, vague; sickly.
n. fence, paling; cliffs, escarpment.
v. jade, weary; cloy, sicken, satiate.
n. palette; mattress, bed; platform.
v.t. extenuate, excuse; mitigate, soften; relieve, ameliorate.
n. pale, bloodless, wan, sallow, white.
n. paleness, wanness, sallow-less, sickliness.
n. palmetto, palmyra; honor, prize, reward, trophy, guerdon, laurel.
evident, plain, clear, manifest, obvious, apparent, unmistakable, definite, unquestionable, distinct
v.i. beat, pulse, throb; vibrate; quake, shake.
n. paralysis,any of a variety of atonal muscular conditions characterized by tremors of the body parts.
v.i. equivocate; haggle; trifle.
trifling, trivial, inconsequential, insignificant; mean, petty, worthless; contemptible, pitiable.
v.t. humor, indulge, spoil, pet, coddle, gratify, overindulge.
n. booklet, folder, brochure, leaflet; monograph, manual.
n. essayist, propagandist.
n. pot, kettle, saucepan; skillet, spider, grill; dishpan; utensil, vessel.
n. universal remedy, cure-all.
n. hotcake, flapjack, battercake, buckwheat cake, flannel cake, silver dollar, griddlecake.
adj. universal, epidemic.
hell, noise, racket, din; excitement, disorder, convulsion, frenzy, bedlam, Babel, discord.
v. cater to; encourage, pimp. pimp, go-between.
can of worms, hornets’ nest.
n. window, light, skylight; sheet glass, plate glass; side, face, section, surface.
praise; encomium, eulogy; approbation, laudation. panel, n. jury, board of judges; board, table.
n. pain, twinge, shoot, throe, ache.
v. slang, beg, solicit, bum , [make a] touch .
n. terror, fright, fear, consternation; stampede. —v. alarm, frighten; stampede.
adj. panic-stricken or -struck
full armor, regalia, arms, arsenal, protection, shield; pageantry, pomp, array, spread, assemblage.
n. vista, view, scene, perspective; representation, cyclorama, diorama.
n. syrinx, Pan’s pipes.
n. slang, pantywaist, weakling; homosexual.
v.i. gasp, puff, blow; yearn or long for.e.g -desire, wind.
mimicry, chironomy; dumbshow, tableau, charades, silent film; gestures, hand talk; puppet show.
store, cupboard, larder, kitchen, scullery; galley, cuddy; buttery, butlery; ewery, china closet.
trousers,slacks,jeans, Levi’s,pantaloons,knickers, plus-fours; shorts, jodhpurs; briefs, panties.
n. spoon food, paste; teat, nipple; slang, patronage, plum, pork.
n. the Vatican,the office, dignity, or jurisdiction of the pope.
n. photographer ,a freelance photographer
writing paper,newsprint,pulp paper,foolscap,banknote, certificate,deed, newspaper, article.
n. pocket book, mass market or trade paperback; penny dreadful, dime novel. adj. softcover.
n.pl. credentials; archives, records.
n. equality, equal footing; par or face value; level.
n. allegory, analogy; fable, moral tale; comparison, similitude.
chute,drogue,the silk;parafoil;paraglider;airdrop,free fall,bail out, drop,jump, leap, hit the silk
show,display,pageant;march, procession; ostentation,pretension,show,display; march;air,vent;flaunt
Eden,heaven,Promised Land,Canaan,land of milk and honey; Utopia,Arcadia;never-never land;bliss
n. inconsistency; oxymoron, absurdity.e.g -difficulty, unintelligibility.
adj. self-contradictory, absurd.e.g -absurdity.
n. ideal, model, perfect example, pattern; nonesuch, nonpareil.
n. note, item; section, passage.
n. parallelism;coextension; analogy, comparison.adj.coextensive,side by side; analogous,similar.
n. stroke, disablement, paraplegia, hemiplegia, malfunction.e.g -disease, impotence.
v. cripple; demoralize; disable; deaden; bring to a stop.e.g -impotence, insensibility.
n. variable, term, contingency, condition.
adj. chief, first, supreme, all-important.
n. mistress, ladylove; lover;an illicit lover, especially of a married person.
adj. paranoiac; fearful, suspicious, distrustful. adj. paranoiac; alarmist, pessimist
n. wall, rampart, breastwork, embankment, defense; railing.
n.pl. apparatus, trappings, gear, equipment; belongings.
n. rendering, restatement, switch.v. restate, alter, reword.
sycophant,fawner,hanger-on,freeloader;leech, bloodsucker; inquiline,commensal; symbiont,symbiotic.
n. sunshade, umbrella. a lightweight umbrella used, especially by women, as a sunshade
n. [parachute] jumper, chutist (inf.).
v.t. brew, simmer, seethe, coddle, heat.
n. package, bundle, pack[et]; part, portion, piece; land, lot, division, section.
v. dry [up], shrivel; roast, scorch.e.g -dryness. Ant. moisten, humidify.
n. vellum, sheepskin; pell, scroll; codex, document, diploma; bond paper, rag paper.
forgive,excuse;release;overlook,tolerate.excuse,release,forgiveness;indulgence; remission
peel,trim,cut,shave,slice;reduce,shorten.See layer,contraction,divestment, deduction,narrowness
n. begetter,procreator,progenitor;forebear,ancestor,father,mother;foster parent;fount, source.
adj. in parentheses; inserted, interpolated, incidental; disconnected, irrelevant.
n. outcast; untouchable, outcaste.a social outcast.
n. fold, church, laity, congregation, flock; parsonage, vicarage, manse; territory, region, area.
n. layperson, churchman or -woman, brother, sister.e.g -laity.
n. equality, equal basis; similarity, equivalence; par.
deposit,place.an area of land,for the enjoyment of the public,having facilities for rest & recreation
n. boulevard, roadway.a wide road planted with trees, turf, etc
n. language, manner of speaking
bet,to bet or gamble (an original amount and its winnings) on a subsequent race, contest, etc.
conference, talk, discussion, conversation, council; palaver. talk,confer,palaver, converse.
n. assembly, council, convocation; assemblage, house. parlor, n. living, front, or drawing room.
n. living, front, or drawing room.
adj. provincial, local; narrow, illiberal; church-con-trolled, separate (Canadian).
n. take-off, imitation, travesty, burlesque.e.g -copy, ridicule.
pledge,promise;custody,release,freedom,probation.free, liberate,let go,release, put on probation.
n. fit, seizure, spasm; convulsion, attack; outburst, frenzy.
n. polly, parakeet; prater,to repeat or imitate without thought or understanding.
v. fend or ward off, avert, turn aside, deflect; evade; fence.
parsimony,parsimoniousness, stinginess,miserliness;illiberality,avarice, greed,miser,niggard,
n. clergyman; pastor, minister, preacher.
n. manse,rectory.the residence of a parson who is not a rector or vicar, as provided by the parish
piece,section role,character,portion,sector,segment,fragment,fraction,divide, subdivide, break,
v. share [in] ; take (food or drink); receive (part of).
adj. incomplete, fractional, unfinished, part; biased, partisan, onesided, prejudiced; favoring.
partake;share come in for a share;prorate;go shares or halves;share & share alike,go Dutch kick in
speck, iota, jot, whit, bit; atom, molecule; suffix, prefix, conjunction, preposition, interjection
demanding,painstaking,meticulous;definite,specific;fussy,finicky,overnice;special, outstanding
v. specify, itemize, mention particularly, detail.
n. leavetaking, departure; farewell, severance, separation; partition, division.
partial,onesided,pro,favoring,interested.supporter, ally,follower,adherent;aide; champion;guerrilla
n. party spirit, loyalty; unfairness, bias, prejudice; clannishness, closeness; provincialism.
n. wall, screen,diaphragm, barrier; separation, severance, cutting-off; section, portion, division.
adj. in part, not wholly; incompletely, partially, in a way, not quite.
n. sharer, associate, co-owner,copartner, silent partner; spouse, mate;sidekick,pal, pardner, pard
n. co-ownership, [business] association; cooperation, alliance.
adj. spare-time, after hours, temporary, occasional, odd
n. organization, social gathering, festivity, reception, faction, side; denomination, communion;
n. pretender, newcomer, upstart, social climber, snob, Johnny-come-lately, pusher ; nouveau riche
n. gap, gorge; way, opening, notch, defile, passage; free ticket; crisis, predicament, condition,
solicit donations, take [up] a collection.e.g -request.
adj. navigable, traversable; allowable, acceptable,
n. channel;voyage,journey;excerpt,phrase,(passing through) passage,transmission;permeation
adj. outmoded ,a movement in which one leg passes behind or in front of the other.
Fr. universal pass; master or skeleton key, etc
n. rider, commuter, fare; hitchhiker, pickup, stowaway.
n. man in the street, pedestrian, bystander, sidewalk superintendent (sl.)
Lat. here and there. here and there; throughout
adj. cursory; fleeting. going by or past; elapsing
love;fervor,ardor,intensity,fever;infatuation,desire;emotion,rage,anger, fury; excitement; informal
adj. impassioned, vehement; irascible.
adj. nonresistant; inactive.inert, quiet; unemotional,
n. passiveness, inaction, inactivity, inertness;,
n. master or skeleton key,any of various keys, esp a latchkey
n. pass; safe-conduct,any authorization to pass or go somewhere.
n. countersign, shibboleth, watchword.
past,past tense,preterition;yesterday;have expired, have run its course, have had its day
cement,bond,binder,glue,adhesive,mucilage;rhinestones,glass;gaudery,trinkery, frippery.
n. card-, paper-, pulp-, or chipboard, Bristol board.
adj. pale, light, soft, delicate; tinted, hued, shaded.
v.t. sterilize, disinfect.
n. medley, potpourri.
n. amusement, recreation, entertainment, play, diversion.
n. clergyman, minister, etc.
adj. clerical; rural, bucolic, idyllic; agrarian.
n. cake, crust, shell; pie, tart, strudel.
n. field, meadow, grassland; paddock, pasturage, range.
adj. doughy, soft; pallid, pale; gluey; viscid, glutinous.
n. caress, stroke; rap, tap; strike, beat, smack; patty.
n. piece, segment, spot; repair, mend; field, lot. repair, reconstruct, rebuild, revamp, adjust.
adj. obvious, plain, clear, evident, apparent; noticeable; open.
Lat. our father; the Lord’s prayer.
fatherly,patriarchal;ancestral,parental;indulgent benign, benevolent; paternalistic, protective
n. fatherhood, fathership, parentage.
n. pathway, trail, lane, road, footpath, route, way, course; lead, example.
adj. piteous, pitiable, saddening, touching; distressing, heartrending, sad; pitiful.
n. trailblazer, explorer, pioneer, frontiersman, scout, forerunner.
adj. unhealthy, infected, contaminated.
n. passion, warmth; sentiment, feeling.
leniency,tolerance;perseverance,persistence;forbearance,long-suffering,submission, endurance
n. invalid, case, victim; out-or inpatient.
n. verdigris, aerugo; polish, shine, finish; covering, coat[ing], veneer.
n. courtyard, enclosure, court, atrium; yard; terrace, piazza, verandah.
n. dialect, jargon, vernacular, lingo (inf.).
forefather,forebear,elder,graybeard;leader,headman,master;priest,primate, ecclesiarch,hierarch.
adj. noble, well-born, aristocratic,a person of noble or high rank
n. heritage, estate,any quality, characteristic, etc. that is inherited
n. chauvinist, flag-waver.
civic or national pride;loyalty,allegiance;love of country,civism,nationalism;chauvinism, jingoism
patrolman,guard,warden,ranger;lookout,sentinel,sentry;guardsman,picket;watchman;coast guard
patrolwoman, n. policeman or -woman, nightwatchman
patroness, n. customer; benefactor, supporter; saint, defender, backer, angel.
n. condescension, favor; custom, interest, support, assistance; auspices.
support,endorse,aid;deal or do business with;buy from,frequent,go to,shop at;look down upon
n. slang, dupe, gull.
chatter,mumble,ramble,babble,jabber,mutter;tap,pitterpatter. dialect, cant, chatter, babble
n. form, original; mold, example; design, plan, last; model, ideal.
scantiness,fewness,smallness of quantity;scarcity;a country with a paucity of resources.
n. stomach, abdomen, belly; fat.
n. beggar, bankrupt, mendicant.e.g -poverty. Ant. rich person, nabob.
cessation,rest,hesitation,inactivity;lull,discontinuance,suspension.desist,halt,stop, cease,break
v.t. coat, cover, floor, cobble, surface, tar, macadamize, concrete, asphalt; prepare.
paving; road,street,sidewalk;macadam,asphalt,cement,tar,concrete,tile, bricks,stone,flagging,cobbles
n. tent, canopy, canvas; kiosk; summerhouse
forepaw;pad,mitt,handle,touch,finger;mishandle,rough up, maul; stamp, kick; feel, caress, stroke.
v.t. pledge, hock (sl.)
n. pawnbrokery, mont-de-piété, hockshop (sl.), spout (sl.), my uncle’s (sl.).
compensate;discharge,pay off;render,offer;be profitable yield [a profit],show a profit, beworthwhile
payment, defrayment; discharge, remission; pay, defray, make payment; pay down, pay in advance
n. peacetime; amity, friend ship, harmony, concord
adj. peaceable; quiet, tranquil; amicable.
n. summit, top, apex, pinnacle; point, crag; crest, height; climax.
wan,worn,pale,haggard,tired,weary,fatigued;ailing,unwell,unhealthy, ill,poorly,sickly;thin,gaunt
n. reverberation, ring, outburst. —v.i. ring, toll, reverberate, sound.e.g -loudness.
n. informal, small change, petty cash, pin money.
margarite,nacre,mother-of-pearl;artificial or cultured pearl; gem,treasure, jewel,pearl beyond price
adj. nacreous, silvery, grayish, whitish; lustrous
countryman; peon, paisano, paisana, coolie, boor, muzhik, fellah; farmer, laborer, worker; rustic.
n. pebblestone, nugget, stone.
v.i. nip, bite, pick, snip; tap, rap.
individual, indigenous, idiosyncratic; idiomatic; strange, odd, unusual, queer; particular,
monetary ,of or pertaining to money,consisting of or relating to money
adj. academic, educational, teacherly, professional, scholastic.
n. treadle, lever,a foot-operated lever used to control certain mechanisms
n. scholar, theorist, academician, doctrinaire; prig, bluestocking
adj. precise, formal, narrow; bookish, stilted; affected, sophomoric.
v. sell; canvass, hawk, retail.
pedlar, n. hawker, huckster, colporteur, sutler, vendor, trader, dealer.
n. child molester, pedophile.
n. base, support,a supporting structure or piece; base.
n. walker, ambler, stroller, peregrinator, hiker.
n. genealogy, lineage, ancestry, descent, family; background.
n. child molester, pederast.
v.i. peep, glance, look, watch; pry.
v.t. strip, divest, bare, uncover, skin, pare.e.g -divestment, layer. —n.
n. chirp, cheep, chirrup; glimpse. —v.i. peer, peek, look; spy, pry.
peeress,equal;nobleman,noblewoman;lord,lady;match.squint,stare,peep,pry;gaze, scrutinize.
n. aristocracy, nobility, the upper class[es]. Ant. commonalty, peasantry.
adj. unequaled, matchless, unbeatable, supreme, unrivaled; indomitable.
adj. irascible, fretful, cranky, cross, irritable, touchy.
n. pin; degree, a notch.
adj. disparaging, depreciating.e.g -detraction.
n. pill, tablet, capsule; missile, pebble, hailstone, bullet.
madly,frantically;helter-skelter,every which way ;hurry-scurry,breakneck, headlong, lickety-split
fur,hide,skin,peltry,to attack or assail with repeated blows or with missiles
n. stockade, enclosure, fold, stall, coop, cage, pound, corral, paddock; stylus, quill.
v.t. punish; fine, imprison, chastise, handicap, etc.
retribution,punishment,rap,pain,penance,atonement;the devil to pay;penalization; handicap,fine
n. atonement, discipline, punishment; flagellation, fasting; price, suffering, repayment.
aptitude,leaning,inclination,flair,tendency;predisposition,propensity,taste;desire, longing,yearning
n. crayon, stylus, pastel, chalk.
v.i. hang; depend, hang in the balance
pendency,dependency,dependence,pendulousness, be pendent,hang, drape, depend, swing, dangle
adj. Hanging ; pending
adj. open, up in the air, undecided; impending, contingent.
n. oscillator, swing, bob, pendant.
bore,burrow,pierce,enter;cut,perforate;permeate,invade;discern,perceive,understand, uncover.
adj. astute, discerning, piercing; sharp, subtle, acute, penetrative.
n. projection, chersonese, neck, tongue of land.
penitence, contrition,compunction,repentance,remorse,Verbs -repent, be penitent, be sorry for; rue
n. prison, reformatory.
n. chirography, handwriting.
n. banner, flag, streamer, pennon.
adj. indigent, needy, bankrupt, impecunious, poor, broke (sl.).
n. allowance, annuity, allotment, settlement; boardinghouse.e.g -giving, abode.
adj. thoughtful, reflective, meditative, musing; melancholy, sad, dejected.
adj. held in, suppressed, repressed.
adj. stingy, mean, miserly.
n. poverty, lack, indigence, destitution, pauperism.
n. peasant, laborer,a farm worker or unskilled laborer; day laborer.
persons indefinitely or collectively;
slang,peppiness;energy,vitality,vigor,vim,dash,zest;liveliness,pungency,sharpness, gusto, go,zing
n. exhortation ,a vigorous, emotional talk, as to a person or group,
n. cayenne, black or white pepper; bell, hot, or sweet pepper; slang, vim, vigor.
prep. by, as, by means or way of, through, via.
Lat. annually,every year or by the year
Lat. each,by or for each individual person
Lat. per day,for each day.
adv. by itself, intrinsically, essentially; virtually, in the main; by nature, as a thing apart.
v.t. apprehend, discern; observe, notice, see; comprehend, know.
n. compensation, commission, discount; fee; allowance.
adj. appreciable, discernible, visible; tangible, observable, sensible; cognizable.
adj. knowledgeable, observant, understanding; aware, sympathetic; knowing, cognitive.
n. rest, roost, nest, seat. —v.i. poise, place, roost, settle, alight, ,
v.i. drip, trickle, permeate; ooze, filter.
n. impact, impulse; drums,
n. destruction, down fall, ruin, loss, fall.
adj. commanding, arbitrary, tyrannical, dogmatic;,
adj. enduring, lasting, endless, persistent;,
perfection, perfectness, indefectibility; 1, be perfect, transcend;
treacherous,crooked,shifty,double-dealing,two-timing,like a snake in the grass; perjurious,lying
v.t. bore, drill, pierce, puncture, penetrate, prick; punch, riddle; tunnel.e.g -opening, passage.
adv. compulsorily, by or of necessity; against one’s will, in spite of oneself.
v. enact, play, execute;,
n. action, representation, achievement; rendition, execution, touch; efficiency.
n. music, drama, dance, motion pictures.
n. fragrance, aroma; cologne, scent; sachet, attar, perfumery.
adj. formal, indifferent, careless; mechanical, crude; casual, superficial.
adv. maybe, possibly, perchance, mayhap, conceivably.
n. danger, hazard, risk, chance, exposure.
periphery,circumference,outline,contour;outside,border,boundary,limit;edge,rim,hem, margin,fringe
second,minute,hour;day,week,month;quarter,year,decade;lifetime,generation, millennium,menstruation,
recurrent, cyclic, intermittent, epochal; periodical, seasonal.
n. magazine, journal, quarterly, weekly, monthly, zine (sl.).
n. regularity, reoccurrence, cycle.
adj. outer, exterior, neighboring; subsidiary, auxiliary, secondary, lesser; marginal.
v.i. expire, die, crumble.e.g -death, destruction, nonexistence.
adj. impermanent, destructible; temporal, mortal; unenduring.e.g -transientness.
n. false swearing, falsehood, perversion, forswearing, fraud.
v. perk up, cheer [up], brighten, animate, liven, show signs of life; informal, bubble, percolate
adj. jaunty, pert, buoyant.
permanence, stability, immutability, fixity; persist, remain, stay; hold [out], hold on;
adj. lasting,existing perpetually; everlasting, especially without significant change.
v.t. pervade, saturate, overspread, infiltrate, penetrate.
permission, leave; allowance, sufferance; permit; give permission, give power, entitle
the act of permuting or permutating; alteration; transformation.
adj. malign, ruinous, poisonous, detrimental, injurious, harmful; wicked.
n. epilogue, conclusion; harangue.
adj. erect, upright; sheer, precipitous; vertical, plumb. Ant. parallel.
v.t. commit, inflict; perform, do, practice.
perpetuity;everlastingness,unceasingness, last or endure forever, have no end, never end or die
v. puzzle, bewilder, confuse, mystify, confound, nonplus; distract, disconcert.
n. reward, bonus, gratuity, tip, perk (sl.); bribe; due.
v.t. molest, oppress, maltreat, pursue, beset; abuse, injure; hound, annoy, trouble.
continuance, permanence; firmness, stability; constancy, steadiness; tenacity or singleness of purpose;
v.i. persevere, continue, remain, endure, stand, abide, plod.e.g -permanence, frequency, continuity
n. individual, body, somebody, anybody; man, woman, child; human.
Lat. undesirable, an unacceptable or unwelcome person
adj. presentable; charming, [con]genial.
n. dignitary, official, celebrity, notable, figure, somebody, bigwig, VIP (inf.), big wheel
adj. private, individual, intimate, own, special, particular; invidious (of a remark)
n. character, individuality, self, ego; informal, celebrity, notable.
v.t. embody, typify, symbolize, exemplify; represent, personate.
employees,workers,help,stable,faculty,hands,squad,crew,gang,staff,team,rank and file; staffers
n. view, angle, aspect, position, slant (inf.); field of view or vision, vista, prospect, scene,
n. discernment, discrimination, acuteness, keenness; shrewdness; penetration, insight, acumen
n. intelligibility; manifestation; definiteness, definition; exactness.
v. exude, sweat, exhale, excrete, swelter.
v.t. induce, prevail upon, win [over]; convince, satisfy, assure.
adj. docile, tractable, convincible; amenable, unresistant; persuadable.
n. argument, plea, exhortation; conviction; influence, insistence.
adj. inducive; cogent, convincing, logical; winning.
adj. impudent, saucy, flippant, fresh, flip, sassy (inf.); forward, bold, perky.
v.i. apply, refer, bear upon; belong, relate; appertain, concern; affect.
adj. persevering, persistent; obstinate, unyielding, constant, resolute, firm.
adj. relevant, apposite, applicable, apt.
disturbance; disquiet, uneasiness, discomposure, apprehension, worry; trepidation, restlessness.
v.t. read, con, study; examine.e.g -inquiry, learning.
v.t. fill, permeate, penetrate, imbue, overspread, impregnate, saturate; infiltrate
adj. contrary, stubborn, obstinate, self-willed; ungovernable, wayward; cross, petulant.
n. distortion, misuse, misrepresentation, misconstruction; corruption, debasement
obstinacy,obduracy,perverseness,mulishness,cussedness waywardness,unconformity; contumacy,wickedness
apostasize,distort,twist,garble,debase,misrepresent,corrupt,mislead,misinterpret, misstate
adj. informal, troublesome, annoying.
n. dejection; cynicism, morbidity
n. plague, pestilence, epidemic; parasite, infestation; nuisance, trouble; bane, scourge, curse.
v.t. plague, annoy, trouble, vex, irritate, displease.e.g -discontent.
n. insecticide, poison.
n. disease, plague, epidemic.
n. favorite, beloved, love, dearest, darling. cherish, fondle, caress, embrace, stroke, cuddle.
n. perianth; corolla, calyx, corona.
v.i. diminish, decrease. petite, adj. small, mignon, diminutive, trim, tiny.
plea,request,entreaty,supplication,prayer;asking,address.ask,beg,entreat,request, appeal,implore
calcify,turn to stone, lapidify, fossilize; stun, astonish; stupefy, shock;stiffen,harden, paralyze.
oil.an oily,thick,flammable liquid or a mixture of various hydrocarbons occurring naturally
n. slip, chemise, underskirt, crinoline, camisole, balmoral, half-slip.
adj. trivial, unimportant, small, mean, trifling; contemptible, spiteful.
adj. fretful, irritable, complaining, peevish.
adj. penile, genital. Of, relating to, or resembling a phallus.
n. apparition, specter; illusion.
n. specter, illusion, apparition, ghost, spirit, shade, shadow.
n. chemist, apothecary, druggist.
n. appearance, state, condition, situation, aspect; shape, form, angle.
n. prodigy; marvel, wonder; happening, occurrence.
n. dallier, trifler, lecher, Romeo, Casanova, lover, rake, roué, libertine, playboy ,sugar daddy
n. altruism, humanity, humanitarianism; benevolence; generosity, liberality.
n. vandal; bigot, yahoo, vulgarian, barbarian.
contemplative,deliberative,thoughtful,speculative;imperturbable,calm;wise,rational; stoical
adj. stolid, dull, apathetic; calm, imperturbable, languid, unemotional, inert, cold.
n. fear, dread, aversion, revulsion, repulsion, dislike, antipathy; acrophobia, claustrophobia,
telephone,an instrument of sound transmission or reproduction
phonetical, phonic, phonal, sonant; vocal, voiced, lingual, tonic, oral, spoken.
Gramophone,Graphophone,Panatrope,Victrola,record player;pickup,playback,turntable; dictating machine
informal,spurious,fraudulent,sham, mock, put-on, trumped-up, fake, forged; gimcrack, pasteboard
v. & n. copy; photo-offset, Photostat.
Picture-taking,photography,picture-taking;aerial,architectural,photograph,take a picture,snap;X-ray
expression;sentence,paragraph,clause;figure of speech,euphemism;idiom;locution; motto,maxim,express
n. laxative, cathartic, purgative; drug, medicine; pill, dose. —v.t. purge, drench; treat, doctor
adj. bodily, anatomical; material, substantial.e.g -substance.
doctor,medic, medico, surgeon, specialist; practitioner, consultant, adviser, healer.e.g -remedy.
n. frame, body, form; appearance, size; build, musculature
n. pianoforte, fortepiano, spinet, pianette, upright; clavier, [clavi]cembalo, eighty-eight
n. square, place, street; porch, veranda, portico.
adj. roguish, swaggering, adventurous; episodic.
adj. trifling ,any small coin as a five-cent piece.
n. best, cream, flower, elite, choice; selection; pickax.
n. post, pale, fence; sentry, guard, sentinel, patrol; striker, protester, goon.
v.t. preserve, salt, corn, brine, marinate.
n. thief, robber, cutpurse, dip (sl.).
pick-me-up,bracer,stimulant;acceleration,power;improvement,upturn,upswing; microphone;slang,date
n. excursion, junket, outing, festivity; cookout, barbecue, fish-fry, etc.
adj. delineatory, graphic, depicting; illustrated
image,likeness,counterpart;portrayal,representation,view,scene,tableau,setting; drawing,painting
adj. artistic, graphic, attractive; vivid; quaint.e.g -beauty, vigor. Ant. plain.
adj. trifling, petty, picayune.
scrap,morsel,bit;section,fragment,part;slang,sex object,sexpot,beauty,unite,combine,patch,repair
Fr. the main course.
one at a time,one by one;gradually,little by little,step by step,in drops;by stages or degrees
adj. mottled, brindled, piebald, dappled.
Fr. lodging,a flat, house, or other lodging for secondary or occasional use
n. wharf, quay, mole, dock, breakwater; pillar, shaft, support
v.t. puncture, penetrate, perforate, bore, drill; stab, wound; affect; nip, chill.
sharp,penetrating,keen,acute;discerning;cutting,biting;painful,affecting,chilling;high, shrill
piousness,devoutness;religion,theism,faith,have faith,believe,venerate, revere;piety,piousness
n. hog, sow, boar, swine; piglet; glutton; sloven, slob.
dove,homer,squab,pouter,turbit,tumbler,roler,fantail,nun;slang,dupe,easy mark,sitting duck,gull
n. cubbyhole, niche, compartment
adj. gluttonous; dirty, slovenly.
adv. Pickaback,a house trailer designed to fit over a pickup truck.
adj. stubborn, tenacious, obstinate, entêté.
n. color, stain, dye, tint, paint, shade.
an abnormally undersized person ,a person of little importance or significance
n. pigpen, sty; [rat]hole, dump
n. tip, point, spike; pikestaff, spear, lance, halberd, javelin.
n. slang, pennypincher, tightwad, cheapskate, miser.
n. structure, building, edifice; nap; heap, mass, pyre; quantity.
n. collision, fender-bender (inf.).
v. filch, rob, steal, plunder, thieve; shoplift.
n. wayfarer, traveler, migrant; settler, pioneer, newcomer; hadji, palmer, devotee
n. journey, crusade, mission, quest, hadj, expedition; life, lifetime.
bolus,tablet,capsule,goofball,slang,trouble,slang baseball, softball,oral contraceptive
n. spoliation, plunder, vandalism, theft, depredation. —v.t. plunder, rape, sack, thieve.
n. column, pedestal, support, post, obelisk; mainstay.
n. cushion, bolster, headrest, pad.
n. helmsman, steersman, guide; counselor; aviator, airman.
procurer,solicitor,panderer,tout,hustler,cadet,fancy man,white slaver;whoremonger; maquereau
n. pustule, boil, gathering, papule, pock, blackhead; blemish.
peg,spoke,dowel;fastener,bolt,toggle;needle,bodkin,skewer,style;brooch,scarf pin, fraternity pin
stress,strain,pressure,emergency, difficulty, plight, predicament; pinching, nip; slang, arrest
v.i. substitute (for), stand or fill in (for); relieve
v.i. languish, long, crave; wither, droop
n. notice of dismissal, walking papers (inf.), the sack (sl.)
n. summit, peak, spire, acme, crown.
v. locate, localize, place; pin down, nail.
adj. mottled ,marked with patches of white; piebald
n. cheesecake or beefcake [photograph], centerfold
n. forerunner, settler; originator.
having or showing a dutiful spirit of reverence for god or an earnest wish to fulfill religious obligations.
n. passage, tube, main; briar, corncob, meerschaum; flute, fife, bagpipe, flageolet
n. slang, nobody, nonentity, cipher; shrimp, runt.
adj. pungent, flavorful, strong, sharp; tart; keen, stimulating.
v.t. sting, cut, nettle, irritate, vex, offend; prick, jab; intrigue, stimulate, arouse interest.
n. buccaneer, marauder, corsair, freebooter,
Fr. last resort,stopgap
n. slang, urine, piddle, number one, pee (inf.). —v.i. slang, urinate, piddle, make water, pee
n. automatic, firearm, gun, derringer, revolver, shooting iron (inf.), gat (sl.), heater (sl.).
n. hole, hollow, indentation, crater, excavation; abyss, hell, Hades; mine, chasm; trap, snare
note,modulation,tone;roll,plunge,toss,dip,reel,lurch;slant,slope,drop;ascent, rise, grade
informal, contribute; help out, participate.
carafe,jug,jar,bottle,vessel,ewer,cruet,decanter;hurler,tosser,arm,chucker, spitballer
adj. grievous, sorrowful;pitiable, pathetic; wretched, mis-erable
trap,snare,gin,pit;rocks,[coral]reefs,snags;sands,slippery ground;breakers,shoals,shallows;precipice
n. pulp, core, heart; essence,kernel, substance, gist
adj. concise; vigorous, force-ful, powerful; meaningful; terse,brief, laconic.
adj. miserable, paltry,wretched, deplorable; insignifi-cant, woeful, pathetic.
Compassionate ; deplorable, disreputable,pitiable, wretched; lamentable,piteous, paltry
inclement, malevolent;merciless, cruel, unfeeling, ruth-less.
n. bit, mite, driblet; dole;pension, alms, allowance.
adj. blemished, variolate;honeycombed, favose, pocked,dented; cratered.
Feeling of compassion for another ,compassion, commiseration, sympathy;Ver-pity; have, give, show,
n. axis, turning point; gudgeon; joint, axle, hinge; focus; jewel.
adj. important, crucial, critical.
n. pixie, elf, sprite.e.g -mythical deities, demon
n. notice, poster, billboard, advertisement, bill.
soothe, quiet; pacify,conciliate;satisfy,give satisfaction,make it up;butter up,rub the right way.
lieu,spot,point;niche,nook,hole;premises,precinct,station;locality;somewhere, someplace,anyplace
adj. serene, unruffled; calm, cool, collected; gentle, peaceful, quiet, undisturbed.
pirate,infringe on,copy,transcribe,pick one’s brains,crib,imitate,simulate,ape;forge, counterfeit
affliction,visitation;nuisance,pest;bane,scourge,curse;pestilence,disease,epi-demic;bubonic plague
n. plaidie, tartan, check; kilt, shawl.
adj. simple, unornamented ,flat or smooth; level ,An extensive, relatively level area of land.
n. [liturgical, Gregorian, etc.] chant.
adj. frank,candid; frank; blunt.
n. litigant. a person who brings suit in a court
adj. mournful, wistful, sad, melancholy, sorrowful.
Nou-plan, scheme, design, project,Ver-plan, scheme; design, frame, diagram,Adj-planned, arranged,
level,stratum,grade,surface;jointer,block,or jack plane,evel,flat,smooth,mill,even, traverse,shave
n. planetoid, asteroid.a similar body revolving about a star other than the sun
n. board, timber; flooring, deck; gangplank or -board; platform, policy, plan, promise.
n. vegetable, herb, organism, flower, seedling, shrub, sprout, shoot; machinery, factory, equipment
outpost, colony, settlement; farm[stead], ranch, spread; nursery, orchard, grove, vineyard, stand
n. tablet, sign, nameplate, shingle (inf.)
plaster of paris,mortar,parget,stucco,gesso;paste,lime;clay,adobe,mud;poultice, dressing,bandage
adj. slang, drunk, tight (sl.), soused (sl.).
adj. moldable, malleable, ductile, formable, pliant, impressionable, formative.
n. platter, dish, utensil, tray; slab, sheet, planch; coating, veneer, coat; denture.
n. plain, mesa; platform; highland, tableland.
n. stand, dais, rostrum, pulpit, stage; foundation, base, basis; policy, plan.
n. commonplace, cliché, truism, banality, maxim.
adj. idealistic, abstract, spiritual, intellectual; unsexual, uncarnal, chaste; pure, perfect.
n. trencher, tray, waiter, dish, plate.
n. acclaim, applause, encomium.
adj. credible, reasonable, believable; specious, colored; justifiable, defensible.
sport,frolic,fun,amusement,game,recreation;drama,comedy,tragedy;scope,freedom, latitude,sweep,range
v. depreciate, minimize, downplay.
slang,idler,do-nothing,loafer;voluptuary,sensualist,pleasure seeker,sybarite,epicurean, hedonist.
n. performer, actor, musician, instrumentalist; participant, competitor.
adj. frolicsome, mischievous, sportive, frisky; roguish, prankish; jolly, rollicking.
n. playing or athletic field.
n. toy, doll, bauble; puzzle, kite, ball, top, etc.; bagatelle, trifle, trinket.
n. playwriter, dramaturgist, dramatist, scenarist, librettist; farceur.
n. piazza, forum, marketplace.
request, petition; assertion, allegation, advocation, advocacy; pretext, pretense, subterfuge, feint
v. allege, assert, state; take one’s stand upon; beg, petition, urge, request.
adj. agreeable , giving or affording pleasure; enjoyable
n. wit, jest, banter, chaff, chitchat, persiflage.
adv. if you please, pray; s’il vous plaît, bitte, por favor, etc.; kindly, do.
closure, content, safety. Ant. uncomfortable, drafty.
pleasure,enjoyment,gratification; feel pleasure, be pleased, take pleasure in; revel,
plait,corrugation,wrinkle;fold,plicature,ply;doubling.crease,gather,flounce,ruffle;fold over,play
adj. unrefined, ill-bred, common, vulgar; lowborn, obscure, proletarian.
n. referendum,any expression or determination of public opinion on some matter
n. promise,security, age, awn, ollateral, hostage, deposit; word, troth, vow, guarantee; bond, oath
n. sufficiency, abundance, profusion, amplitude, copiousness; wealth, luxury. Ant.
n. redundance, verbosity, diffuseness, tautology, superfluity, circumlocution, wordiness.
n. superabundance
plastic,ductile,malleable;flexible,supple,limber,yielding;docile,tractable,obedient, compliant.
adj. pliable, supple, flexible, malleable, compliant, yielding.
pincers, pinchers; grippers, nippers, tongs, grip, clamp, forceps; wire cutter, tooth extractor.
quandary,predicament,dilemma;trouble,difficulty,scrape,crisis;situation,condition; betrothal,promise
v.i. persevere, persist; trudge, walk; labor, drudge, toil.
n. diagram, plan, outline; field, enclosure, paddock, lot; scheme, conspiracy, intrigue, collusion.
plough, v. cultivate, dig, till, turn, break, furrow.e.g -agriculture.
n. maneuver, stratagem.
n. courage, bravery, valor, stamina, endurance, grip, determination, will; twitch, tug, twang.
n. stopper, cork, dowel, plunger, tampon; quid, wad; wadding, padding, stopple, spigot.
n. prune, sloe, damson; prize, haul, windfall, trophy; reward, patronage.See vegetable, payment.
n. feathers, down, feathering.e.g -covering, ornament.
adj. perpendicular, vertical, erect; straight, true.informal, downright, utterly.
n. quill, feather, egret, panache, plumage.e.g -covering, ornament.
n. weight, plumb, bob, lead.e.g -vertical. —v.i. fall, droop, plunge.e.g -descent.
adj. corpulent, fat, chubby, stout, fleshy, buxom, pudgy, rotund; blunt, direct, unqualified.
n. pillage, loot, sack, spoil, booty; advantage, gain; spoliation, rapine.harry, despoil, strip,
v. dip, submerge; dive; sink, fall, drop; douse, go or put under water; gamble, bet heavily,
the plural number.a form in the plural.
adj. adv. & prep. and; additional, extra, added (to).e.g -addition. Ant. minus.
n. pile, nap, hair; plushette; velvet, fluff.informal, plushy, nappy, velvety, piled, woolly; rich,
n. man of means, [multi]millionaire, billionaire.e.g -money. Ant. pauper.
v.t. exert, urge, attack, apply;play, work; use, exercise, manip-ulate, wield.
v. steal, thieve, filch, pilfer;encroach, infringe, trespass; boil,parboil, coddle.
n. pustule, boil; pockmark,blemish.e.g -convexity, disease.
n. pouch, bin, purse; hollow,placket.e.g -concavity, receptacle. —v.t. Appropriate, take,steal.
n. purse, wallet;[hand]bag; pouch, sporran, leather(sl.), kick (sl.).e.g -receptacle.
n. hull, husk, jacket, skin,shuck, shell, peapod; pouch;cabin.e.g -covering.
n. stand, dais, rostrum,platform.e.g -support.
poetry, ars poetica, poesy, poeticism, poetics, poetize, sing, versify, make verses;
n. killing, massacre, carnage, butchery, slaughter, genocide, hecatomb, mass murder; persecution.
adj. painful, pungent, intense, piercing, sharp, keen, biting.e.g -feeling, pungency.
n. object, meaning, significance, intent, aim; speck, dot, spot; place, location; pin, needle,
n. viewpoint, outlook, angle, opinion, way of thinking.e.g -belief, judgment.
adj. close, straight, direct, undeviating; blunt, frank, candid, open.e.g -straightness.
adj. direct, concise, terse, pithy, brief; sharp, barbed, spiked.
adj. meaningless, purposeless.e.g -unmeaningness. Ant. meaningful.
n. equilibrium, balance, steadiness; bearing, self-possession, dignity, composure,
n. venom, toxicity, virus, bane. —v.t. corrupt, defile; intoxicate, drug, envenom; kill, murder.
adj. venomous, toxic, deadly, virulent, noxious.e.g -badness. Ant. benign, harmless.
v. prod, nudge, stick, push; search, pry; dawdle; jab, punch.e.g -impulse, slowness, inquiry.
n. fire iron, rod, branding iron, ramrod, salamander.e.g -heat.
adj. informal, deadpan, frozen-faced, wooden, unrevealing, unreadable, secretive.
adj. slow, leisurely; boring.e.g -slowness, weariness. Ant. quick, hasty.
extreme, ultimate, farthest, outermost; magnetic, attracting; polarized; cold, frigid, icy, frozen.
v. orient, align, concentrate, gather; split, separate, dichotomize, oppose.e.g -opposition.
push, jab, prod, thrust, punch, nudge. post, stick, beam, mast; terminal, axis, hub, pivot;
adj. polemical, controversial, disputatious, eristic[al], dialectical; quarrelsome, contentious.
n. lodestar, Polaris; guide; magnet, cynosure.e.g -attraction, direction.
n. police force, constabulary; vigilantes, posse; FBI, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, military police
policewoman, n. patrolman or -woman, officer
n. conduct, administration, management; tactics, strategy; art, wisdom; platform, plan.
n. sheen, luster, shine, glaze, gloss; refinement, culture; courtesy tact, suavity, diplomacy;
adj. mannerly, civil, courteous, gracious; gallant, courtly, polished, well-bred, refined.
discreet, expedient, artful, strategic; prudent, wise, judicious; wary, calculating, shrewd, crafty.
n. office-holder or -seeker;diplomat, machinator, Machiavellian, strategist, wire-puller.
n.sing. polity; government, political science, civics.e.g -party, cunning.
n. election, ballot; register; pate, head, skull.
v.t. contaminate, foul, desecrate, taint, soil, defile, corrupt; demoralize.
n. ghost, specter, wraith, shade.e.g -demon.
n. cad; dastard, craven, coward.e.g -cowardice.
n. bigamy, trigamy; Mormonism; polyandry, polygyny.e.g -marriage.
n. ointment, salve, unguent.
a knob, as on the hilt of a sword.
n. grandeur, show, ostentation, magnificence, display, splendor.
adj. self-important, ostentatious; high-flown, bombastic, stilted; haughty, vain, grandiose,
n. lake, pool, fishpond, millpond, tarn.e.g -water.
v. think, muse, cogitate; reflect, meditate, weigh, deliberate, consider.e.g -thought.
adj. heavy, weighty, bulky, massive; tedious.e.g -gravity, inelegance. Ant. light, weightless.
n. bishop, high priest; the pope.e.g -clergy.
v.i. declaim, state; preach, orate, lecture.e.g -loquacity, ostentation.
n. float, raft; boat, bladder, floater, buoy.e.g -ship.
n. scrub horse; cob, cow pony, cayuse; glass, half-jigger, dram; slang, translation, crib (inf.),
n. slang, dog
n. association, amalgamation, fund; pond, puddle; reservoir, lake
n. slang, information. —v.t. tire, exhaust.e.g -weariness.
adj. Indigent ; inferior, faulty, unsatisfactory, imperfect, defective; humble; weak,
n. bang, shot, burst, explosion; soda [pop].e.g -loudness, drinking. —v. burst; explode.
n. nonsense, idle talk, foolishness.e.g -absurdity.
Nouns—1, poetry, ars poetica, poesy, poeticism, poetics, popular; plebeian, proletarian, common, ,
adj. common, public, plebeian; acceptable, cheap; approved, liked, praised; elect, chosen; desirable
n. people, residents; nation.e.g -inhabitant.
adj. well-populated, thickly settled; teeming.e.g -multitude, assemblage. Ant. thinly populated.
n. china, ceramic.
n. verandah, portico, piazza; entrance, portal; stoa.e.g -opening, receptacle.
breathing hole, skin hole, orifice; stoma, ostiole, porus; opening. read, peruse, scan, scrutinize,
n. erotica; prurience, sexuality; impudicity, obscenity, indecency, impurity; vulgarity,
adj. open; absorbent; perforated, honeycombed; sandy; permeable, loose, pervious.
n. pottage, stew, soup; gruel, mush, cereal, samp, pap, burgoo; stirabout, hasty pudding,
n. refuge, harbor, shelter, haven; opening, embrasure, porthole; appearance, bearing,
adj. portative, transportable, movable, carriable.e.g -transportation.
n. entrance, door, entry, doorway, portcullis.e.g -opening.
v.t. signify, presage, augur, forebode, foreshadow, omen, foretoken, mean.e.g -prediction, threat.
n. wonder, marvel, phenomenon; sign, foreshadowing, foreboding, omen, token; importance, meaning.
portress, n. guard, gatekeeper, concierge, doorman, sentinel, warder; bearer, redcap (inf.).
n. briefcase, bag, portmanteau, attaché case; list, catalog.e.g -receptacle.
n. colonnade, stoa, verandah, porch.e.g -receptacle.
share, allotment, due, ration; part, serving, morsel, fragment; fate, lot, destiny;dividend;section.
adj. dignified, imposing, stately; fat, fleshy, stout, corpulent;,
n. picture, likeness; depiction, description; photograph, sketch.e.g -painting.
v.t. picture, describe; enact, act out.e.g -representation, drama, description.
n. attitude, affectation; position, posture; aspect, figure.
n. puzzle[r], enigma; poseur, posturer.e.g -unintelligibility, affectation.
adj. informal, luxurious; deluxe, sumptuous; exclusive.
v.t. place, dispose; stipulate.e.g -supposition, location.
n. situation, placement, point, spot, place, location, site; billet, berth, post, station,
adj. certain, decided, emphatic, unqualified, absolute; inescapable, peremptory, firm.
n. deputation, deputies, vigilantes; riot squad.e.g -assemblage.
v.t. Own ; dominate, have power over.e.g -superiority.
ownership; proprietorship, lordship,possess, have, hold, occupy, enjoy; possessing,
potentiality, likelihood, liability;stand a chance or show possible,in or on the cards or dice, ,
station, assignment, posi-tion; incumbency, place, office, mail; stake, picket, newel, pillar, pier.
n. stamp, postmark, im-print.e.g -communication.
n. Advertisement, placard, bill.e.g -publication.
adj. subsequent, later, succeeding, ensuing; postern, rear, hindmost.
progeny, issue, fruit, seed, offspring, young, run in the family, come down; pass on. filial, sonly,
adv. speedily, hastily, at top speed, apace, expeditiously, swiftly.
adj. post-obit, post-mortem; late; postponed, delayed.e.g -death, sequence.
n. mail carrier, mailman, courier, mail clerk.e.g -communi-cation.
autopsy, pathology, necropsy, necrotomy; slang, in-vestigation, examination, in-quiry, study,
v.t. procrastinate, delay, defer; shelve, adjourn, table.e.g -lateness, neglect.
n. addition, appendix, afterthought; P.S. P.P.S.
n. proposition, axiom, supposition; hypothesis, prem-ise; fact, datum.suppose, sur-mise, theorize
n. pose, attitude; bearing, position, carriage; mood, condi-tion.e.g -form, circumstance.
n. crock, jug, tankard; kettle, pan, vessel; mug; prize, pool.e.g -writing.
adj. Drinkable .Usually, potables. drinkable liquids; beverages.
n. trash, dime novel.e.g -writing, publication.
adj. powerful, strong, mighty; intense, influential; effec-tual, effective, forceful; capable, able.
n. king, sovereign, ruler, monarch.e.g -authority.
adj. dynamic, magnetic, charged; dormant, latent; unful-filled, promising.
n. potation; philter, elixir, brew, libation.e.g -remedy, drinking.
n. blend, medley, hodge-podge, miscellany, mélange; salmagundi, gallimaufry, pas-tiche
n. earthenware, china, porcelain, ceramics, ironstone; dishes, utensils.e.g -materials.
n. bag, sack; purse, reticule, wallet; pocket, sac; marsupium.e.g -receptacle.
n. chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys; fowl[s], hens, broilers, fryers, roosters; pigeons, squab
v.i. spring, leap, jump; snatch, grasp, seize; ambush.e.g -descent.
v. beat, thump, drum, bruise, tenderize; crush, pulverize.e.g -powderiness.
v. flow, emerge; decant, fill; is-sue; rain, flood, shower.e.g -egress, water, sufficiency.
v.i. sulk, grimace, moue.e.g -dejection, convexity.
impecuniousness, indigence, penury, 1, want, lack, starve, live from hand to mouth, poor, indigent;
grittiness, sandiness; pulverize, comminute, atomize, crystallize, powdery, pulverulent, granular, ,
potence, potency, potentiality;1, be powerful; be able; generate. powerful, puissant; potent,
n. power plant, generating station; informal, tower of strength, muscle man.
n. impotent; paralyzed, incapable, weak, disabled.e.g -impotence. Ant. powerful.
n. conjurer, medicine man; informal, conversation, discussion.e.g -sorcery.
smallpox, chicken pox, cow pox, variola, varicella, vaccinia; papules, maculas, vesicles, pus-tules;
adj. possible, feasible; useful, practical; usable, work-able, achievable.
adj. usable, useful; advis-able; practicable, pragmatic, fea-sible, effective.
adv. actually, virtually; nearly, almost.e.g -nearness, in-trinsic.
n. training, drill, exercise; custom, habit; manner, method, procedure.
adj. practical, empirical; active, businesslike; materialistic, prosaic, pedantic, dogmatic,
n. plain, grassland, mesa, steppe, llano, savanna.e.g -hori-zontal, land.
n. commendation, acclaim, approval, applause; eulogy; hom-age; benediction, thanksgiving, grace.
adj. commendable, laudable, meritorious, admirable.e.g -approbation. Ant. con-demnable.
v.i. caper, cavort, spring, dance, slip; strut.e.g -leap.
n. caprice, frolic, caper, trick, jest, escapade.e.g -amuse-ment.
n. trickster, joker, joke-ster, practical joker.e.g -wit.
v.i. chatter, babble.
n. chitchat, babbling, chat-ter. —v.i. murmur, chatter, babble, jabber.e.g -loquacity, speech.
v.i. implore, ask, beg, re-quest, solicit, petition, entreat; worship.
v. exhort, evangelize, lecture, sermonize, moralize, preachify (inf.).e.g -rite, teach-ing.
n. pastor; sermonizer
n. prologue, introduction, preface, prelude.e.g -prece-dence. Ant. afterword, coda.
adj. dangerous, risky; critical; doubtful, uncertain, un-safe, insecure, unstable.
n. care, caution, warning; safeguard, provision, protection; anticipation, fore-thought, foresight
Coming beforeprecedence, coming before; superiority,precede; come before, come first, antecede;
n. instruction, charge; pre-script, prescription; recipe, re-ceipt; golden rule; maxim, rule, canon
n. neighborhood, district, area; enclosure, boundary, limit, environs.e.g -region, environ-ment.
adj. priceless, costly; pre-cise, overrefined, overnice; be-loved, dear.
n. cliff, drop, bluff, de-clivity.e.g -vertical, obliquity.
adj. rash, hasty, hurried, headlong, impetuous.
adj. steep, abrupt, cliff-like, sheer.e.g -obliquity.
n. summary, abstract.
adj. exact, accurate, definite, punctilious; fastidious; unbend-ing, rigid; prim, precious.
v.t. prevent, stop, prohibit, obviate, check; forestall.e.g -ex-clusion, prohibition.
adj. advanced, overfor-ward, premature.e.g -earliness. Ant. backward, slow.
n. anticipation, pre-judgment; prejudice.e.g -mis-judgment.
n. forerunner ,a person or thing that precedes, as in a job, a method, etc.; predecessor.
predatory, adj. rob-bing, ravening, plundering.e.g -stealing.
n. forerunner ; ancestor, antecedent, pro-genitor.e.g -ancestry. Ant. suc-cessor.
v.t. foredoom, predesti-nate, preordain, foreordain.e.g -destiny, necessity.
v.t. premeditate, pre-resolve, preconcert, prearrange, stack the cards.
n. condition, quan-dary, fix, spot (inf.), corner, dilemma, mess, scrape, crisis, emergency.
v.t. assert, declare; base, found.e.g -affirmation, suppo-sition.
Foretelling the futureprediction, announcement; premonition, warning;
n. partiality, prefer-ence, prejudice, bias.e.g -ten-dency, desire. Ant. dislike.
adj. inclined, prone, partial; prepared, ready, willing.e.g -influence, tendency.
adj. prevalent, con-trolling, ascendant, ruling, supreme.
adj. outstanding, no-table, distinguished, renowned; foremost, paramount, superior, supreme.
v.t. commandeer, usurp, occupy, arrogate.e.g -earliness.
v.t. groom, primp, prettify, doll up (sl.); strut.e.g -vanity.
adj. ready-built or -made, prefab (inf.).e.g -produc-tion.
foreword, prologue, pre-amble, introduction, prelude, pre-liminary.introduce, open, premise, precede.
n. magistrate; monitor, dean.e.g -authority, director.
v.t. select, fancy, choose, adopt; offer, promote, advance.e.g -choice, improvement.
n. choice, pick, desire, taste, liking, druthers (inf.).e.g -precedence.
n. promotion, advance-ment.e.g -improvement.
v.t. Presage ; imagine, envisage.e.g -imagination.
adj. vulnerable, assail-able.
adj. significant, weighty, potential; fertile, inventive; gravid, parturient; impregnated,
adj. pristine, original; primeval, primal, primitive; ar-chaic, lost to history, from before time;
v.t. presuppose, assume, presume.e.g -misjudgment.
n. partiality, bias, opin-ion; predilection, prepossession; detriment, injury; intolerance.
n. primate, bishop, cardinal.
adj. introductory, preparatory, prefatory.e.g -prep-aration, precedence.
n. preface, foreword, pro-logue, introduction, precursor, overture.
adj. untimely, under-ripe, immature, overhasty, preco-cious, unprepared, incomplete; forward.
v.t. calculate, plan, predesign, resolve, prearrange.e.g -intention.
adj. chief, foremost; earli-est.e.g -priority, superiority. —n. prime or first minister.
n. opening, debut, first night, inauguration, bow.e.g -be-ginning.
n. basis, assumption, hy-pothesis, proposition; (pl.) build-ing, land, house, apartment, office, etc.
n. reward, prize, pay-ment, recompense, gift, bounty, fee, bonus.e.g -compensation.
n. foreboding, presen-timent.e.g -warning, predic-tion.
adj. inattentive, pre-possessed, distracted; absorbed, engrossed, in a brown study (inf.).
Act of preparingpreparation, preparing; providing; provision, prepare; get or make ready
n. prevalence, pre-dominance, supremacy, ascen-dancy.e.g -influence, superior-ity.
adj. appealing, at-tractive; charming, winning, win-some, engaging.
adj. ridiculous, ab-surd, nonsensical, idiotic; foolish, extravagant; improper, unsuitable.
n. requirement, essen-tial, necessity, must (inf.), proviso; stipulation, qualification.
n. franchise, right, privilege; birthright; liberty, ad-vantage.e.g -authority.
n. portent, prophecy, au-gury, forecast, omen; prediction, precursor, harbinger, forerunner
adj. nursery school, kindergarten; playschool, day nursery, crèche.e.g -school.
v. urge, suggest, advise; order, advocate, decree; appoint, institute; ordain.
n. medicine; formula, recipe; mandate, decree, edict.e.g -remedy, command, habit.
n. attendance; vicinity, immediacy; demeanor, bearing, appearance; person of importance,
Fact of being at a certain placepresence, attendance; assemblage; occupancy,
n. present time; gift, favor, gratuity, offering, bonus, donation . Adj. here ; now
Time now passing ,present time, day, moment, juncture, or occasion; seize the day,
adj. attractive, person-able, engaging; decent; passable, tolerable, up to snuff or par.
n. presenting, giving; exhibition, show
n. head, chairperson, dean, principal, chief, ruler, prexy (sl.)
n. crush, throng, crowd; pres-sure, urgency; closet, wardrobe, newspapers, news media, fifth estate
adj. critical, important, urgent; exacting, demanding; persistent, casual, unimportant.
teaching.generosity; bounty, the quality or condition of being liberal, leftist; tolerant
n. strain, compulsion, stress; persuasion, trouble; distress; heaviness, compression.
n. repute, reputation, dig-nity, fame, note, importance.
adv. quickly, rapidly; immediately. Music In a very fast tempo
v. impose, venture; de-duce, assume, infer, presuppose; infringe, take liberties.
n. audacity, assurance, arrogance, impetuosity; deduction, conclusion, inference, guess,
v.t. assume, presume, imply, Something supposed; an assumption
v. sham, feign, dissemble, simulate; counterfeit, lie, fake; claim, aver.
n. claimant; impostor, fraud, humbug, hypocrite, de-ceiver, A ruse; a trick
n. show, pretension, affectation, imitation, os-tentation; makeshift, simulation, excuse, pretext.
n. subterfuge, pretense, excuse, justification, vindication; cover, cloak, blind, sham, evasion.
v.t. informal, beautify, em-bellish, . An outstanding or conspicuous
adj. attractive,good-looking; adv. informal, rather; moderately. Ant. ugly, unattractive.
v.i. preponderate, predominate, rule, obtain; exist, be; over-come; succeed, induce, persuade.
adj. customary, current; predominant, prominent, prevailing, preponderant; general.
v.i. lie, quibble, cavil, equivocate, palter.
v.t. preclude, hinder, stop, check, impede, forestall, avert, re-strain, prohibit.
n. sneak preview, advance screening; trailer.
adj. antecedent, anterior; preceding, foregoing, former, prior.
n. victim, quarry, game, kill; loot, prize, spoil. v.i. plunder, pillage, ravage; haunt, wear.
Something demanded in exchange Nou- price, amount; Ver- price; quote, Adjectives-priced, taxable, ,
adj. invaluable, precious; expensive, costly.
v.t. puncture, pierce, stick; wound; prod, urge, incite, goad, spur —n. hole, wound, penis.
adj. thorny, barbed, bristly, spiny, thistly, burry; stinging, tin-gling, smarting. Ant. smooth.
Sense of self-worth Nou- pride, hauteur; dignity, self-respect, Ver- be proud, Adj- proud,
priestess, n. father, clergyman,
adj. pedantic, affected; fastidious, prim, precious; conceited, egotistical.
adj. precise, demure, formal, priggish; fussy, prudish..Ant. casual. primacy, n. supremacy
opera singer, leading lady, diva.
Lat. at first sight. See
evidence, vision-adj. chief, original, immediate; prime, principal , importance. Ant. secondary.
n. chief, leader, head, master; bishop, archbishop, metropolitan, diocesan, man, ape, monkey, lemur
adj. original, first, initial; primitive, primeval; chief, lead-ing, main; choice, finest.
n. abecedarium, grammar, reader.
adj. primeval, aboriginal, crude, unpolished, unrefined; prime; old, antiquated. Ant. civilized.
n. prudery, prudishness, priggishness; formality; precious-ness, stiffness.
v. prink, preen, groom, bedi-zen, prettify, freshen up, deck out
n. monarch, ruler, sovereign; noble[man]; chief; slang, swell guy.
adj. regal, royal, titled, no-ble; magnanimous, generous, mu-nificent.
n. crown princess, queen.
n. chief, leader,constituent, client; buyer, seller; capital, corpus —adj. foremost, chief, prime.
n. principate, domain, sovereignty, rule; princedom, satrapy, country, province, region; duchy,
n. tenet, code, doctrine, theory, premise, rule, law, precept; equity, probity, nature, origin
v. dress up, adorn, deck out.
n. impression, imprint; seal, die; publication. —v.t. impress, stamp; write in capitals.
Process of producing impressions Nou- printing; print,printed; in type, in print; ,
Precedence in time Nou- priority, anteriority, Ver- precede, antecede, prior, previous;
adj. prismal; sparkling, colorful, chromatic; spectral. Ant. monochromatic.
Place of confinement Nou- prison, penitentiary; jail, lockup, Ver- imprison, imprisoned
adj. informal, priggish, prim; sissified, effeminate.
adj. prime, first, primordial; fresh, dewy, pure, vir-ginal, unspoiled. Ant. used, old.
adj. personal, secluded, in-timate, privy, confi-dential, individual, special. Ant. public.
n. want, loss, poverty, indigence; deprivation, bereave-ment, dispossession.
n. option, franchise; pre-rogative, right; favor, exemption, exception, immunity, liberty.
adj. personal, secret; privy to, apprised of, informed of. speciality. Ant. public, impersonal.
Fr. [at a] fixed price.
n. trophy, medal, award, reward; advantage, privilege; —v.t. cherish, value. Ant. penalty.
Lat. for the pub-lic good.
Lat. as a matter of form.
Lat. in proportion.
Lat. for the time be-ing.
n. likelihood, possibil-ity; expectancy, chance. Ant. improbability.
adv. likely, hopeful, to be expected, in the cards, ostensible, prima facie. Ant. improb,
v.t. prod, pierce, stab; sound, fathom; search, investigate, sift, explore; verify.
Integrity Nou- probity, integrity, conscience; deal honorably, Adj- upright; honest,
n. question, proposition, exercise; poser, puzzle, enigma, riddle; issue; query.
adj. questionable, unsettled, uncertain, enigmatic. Ant. clear, unclouded.
n. trunk, snout, nose.
n. process, method, tac-tics, proceeding, way, course; practice, policy, action, form.
v.i. continue, progress, ad-vance; move, arise; emanate, re-sult, issue.ef-fect. Ant.halt.
n. action, progress, move, measure, step, procedure.
n.pl. balance, profit, gain, yield, earnings, receipts, issue, outcome, results; income.
n. conduct, method, pro-cedure, practice; course; out-growth, protuberance, appendage, projection
n. cavalcade, parade, train, column, file; progression, sequence, succession.
v.t. announce, declare, broadcast, circulate, publish, her-ald.
n. announcement, public statement or notice, decla-ration.
n. inclination, tendency, propensity, proneness.Ant. disinclination.
n. postponement, delay, dilatoriness; negligence, omission.
v. breed, reproduce, gen-erate, beget, give birth.
n. monitor, overseer, housemaster; agent, steward.
v.t. acquire, purchase, get, obtain; buy, hire; effect.
procuress, n. pander, bawd, pimp; obtainer.
v.t. shove, goad, prick, spur, poke, jab; motivate, impel, instigate, incite.
n. profligacy, waste; profusion,extravagance, squandering; liberality. Ant. economy.
adj. immense, enormous, vast, huge; repro-markable, wonderful; monstrous; astonishing.
n. phenomenon; wonder, marvel, miracle; monster; curiosity, sight, spectacle;
n. goods, yield, harvest; fruit, vegetables; stock, commodity, product. —v. show, exhibit; create
n. yield, output, produce; outcome, effect, result.e.g -production, agriculture.
Making or bringing about Nou- production,formation, produce, perform.produced.
adj. vulgar; sacrilegious, unhallowed. —v.t. debase, pollute; abuse. Ant. sacred.
n. pretend, feign; teach, instruct; affirm, declare, avow; own, admit.
n. vocation, calling, occupation; sham, evasion, pre-tense; affectation, pretension;
n. academician, teacher, instructor, scholar, don, master,
v.t. tender, offer.
adj. expert, dext[e]rous, adroit; well-versed, practiced; masterly, skillful.Ant. unskilled.
n. outline, side, shape, con-tour; sketch.e.g -appearance, form.
n. advantage, benefit, gain, earnings, return. Ant. loss. —v. benefit; improve;
adj. remunerative, paying, advantageous, productive; serviceable, useful.Ant.unprof-itable.
n. extortionist, leech, highway robber (inf.). —v.i. over-charge, fleece, extort,
adj. wanton, reckless, wild, intemperate; extravagant, wasteful. —n. roué, rake.
adj. erudite, learned, ab-struse; heavy, weighty, deep; heart-felt, intense; complete, thorough.
n. abundance, multiplic-ity; excess, waste.
n. forefather, ancestor; cause.e.g -ancestry.
n. children, offspring, de-scendants.e.g -posterity.
v.t. prophesy, fore-tell, augur, predict.e.g -predic-tion.
n. playbill, prospectus, syllabus; agenda; forecast, draft, outline.e.g -plan, conduct.
n. advance, growth; devel-opment, improvement. —v.i. proceed,e.g -progression. Ant. regression.
Moving forward Nouns—progression, progress,motion; progress, get on, advancing,
adj. enterprising, advanced, moving; improving, advancing; successive,Ant. regressive.
Act of forbidding Nou—prohibition, Ver- prohibit, inhibit, kill, Adj- prohibitive,
n. plan, purpose, enterprise; endeavor. —v. protrude, throw, devise, plan, scheme, intend.
n. ball, pellet, bullet, missile, shell.
n. extension, shelf; protuberance, protrusion; prominence, transference, visualization.
n. magic lantern, stereopticon; slide projector; cinematograph.e.g -optical instruments.
n. working class, laborers, wage earners, labor force, populace. Ant. master.
v.i. spread, multiply.e.g -multitude, reproduction.
adj. fruitful, fecund, productive, fertile; lavish. Ant. unfruitful.
adj. lengthy, wordy, long-winded, discursive, verbose, diffuse; tedious. Ant. taciturn.
n. preface, introduction, proem, preamble, prelude.
v.t. extend, protract, hold; sustain, perpetuate, continue; lengthen. Ant. shorten.
n. mall, alameda, esplanade, stroll, outing, march; dance, ball. —v. walk, stroll, saunter.
adj. notable, important, salient, memorable; convex, raised, protuberant, projecting,
adj. indiscriminate, mixed, miscellaneous, confused.e.g -mixture, disorder, impurity.
n. pledge, word. —v. give one’s word; bid fair, show promise.
Pledge to do something Nou- promise, Ver- promise; promising, promissory .
adj. encouraging, auspi-cious. Ant. hopeless. promontory, n. spit, headland, cape.
v.t. advance, further, aid; improve, dignify, elevate, support, encourage. Ant. hinder.
n. founder, organizer, planner; backer, supporter, encourager.
v.t. incite, induce, motivate; actuate; remind, suggest, mention.adj. immediate, ready.
n. reminder; note, tickler, cue card, TelePrompTer; prompt-book.
v.t. publish, dissemi-nate, proclaim, sponsor, advocate.
adj. inclined, disposed, likely, predisposed; recumbent, flat,horizontal.
n. tine, point, pincer, spike, tooth, fang; extension.
v.t. speak, say, utter, enunciate, articulate; deliver, judge, assert.
adv. informal, at once, immediately, instantly
n. utterance, saying, voicing, articulation, enunciation, orthoepy.
n. evidence, substantiation, verification, confirmation, corroboration, test; sample
n. support, brace, stay, pillar, assistant, helper.—v.t. support, uphold, encourage.
n. publicity; persuasion, proselytization, movement.
v. breed, generate, produce, , broad-cast, publish, increase; multiply.
v.t. push, force, impel, thrust, shove, drive.
n. propulsor, impeller, prop (inf.); rotor, blade, airfoil, screw.
n. tendency, aptitude, inclination, talent, bent, proclivity, disposition.
adj. correct, fastidious; suitable, chaste, special, limited, own, appropriate.
n. quality, characteristic; ownership; possession, real estate,stage settings, stage furniture.
n. prediction, progno-sis, forecast, augury, divination.
n. oracle, soothsayer, prog-nosticator, sibyl; predictor, seer, diviner.
adj. preventive, pre-cautionary, preservative, protec-tive —n. contraceptive, condom.
n. nearness; vicinity, proximity; adjacency; relation; juxtaposition. Ant. distance.
v.t. pacify, conciliate, reconcile; intercede, calm, medi-ate; atone.
adj. encouraging, auspicious; gracious; fortunate, prosperous, favorable; timely.
n. advocate, supporter; defender, champion, backer. Ant. enemy.
n. dimension, ratio, extent; share, distribution, allotment; adjustment, uniformity; magnitude.
adj. proportionate, commensurable, measurable.
adj. commensurate, proportionable, proportional, according. Ant. incommensurate.
n. offer, statement, recommendation, proposition, momantion, suggestion; request.
v. propound, present, state; recommend, suggest; court, woo; intend; proffer, nominate.
n. offer, plan, project, proposal, undertaking; axiom, postulate, problem,—v.t. slang, hit on.
v.t. propose, state, suggest. proprietary, adj. private, patented; possessive.
proprietress, n. man ager, owner; master, mistress, lord, lady.
n. decorum, conventionality, suitability; aptness, fitness; fastidiousness.
Driving forward Nou- propulsion, projection; push propel, project, propelled.
adj. unimaginative, dull, un-interesting, sober; unromantic. Ant. po-etic.
v.t. outlaw, forbid, interdict, prohibit, condemn; excom-municate, exile, curse. Ant. permit.
n. writing, style; fiction, nonfiction, deathless prose (inf.); journalese, hack work.
v. urge, pursue, follow, continue, press; arraign, sue, in-dict, charge.
n. convert, follower, neo-phyte, piety.
n. metrics, poetics, verse craft; rhyme, rhythm, meter.
n. view, outlook,landscape, vista, sight; promise, probability, hope, expectation, foresight.
adj. probably, fore-seen, expected; coming; immi-nent.
n. miner, gold panner, placer miner, desert rat (inf.), sourdough (inf.), forty-niner (inf.)
n. presentation, brochure, catalog; description, sketch; design, scheme.e.g -list, plan.
Financial success Nou- prosperity, welfare, Ver- prosper, grow, multiply, prosperous;
n. whore, harlot, tart, impurity
adj. recumbent, prone, flat,humbled; helpless, powerless, re-signed.—v.t. debase, abase.
of the nature of or resembling prose. prosaic; dull, tedious, wearisome, or commonplace.
v.t. defend, guard, shelter, shield, screen; preserve, save, champion, secure.
n. safeguard, defense, shelter, screen; championship, custody, care, guard; foil.
protégée, n. ward, charge; pupil, trainee.e.g -learning, subjection.
n. objection, complaint, remonstrance,—v.t. object, remonstrate.
n. non-Catholic, dis-senter; Presbyterian, Baptist, Methodist.
n. draft, record; customs, procedures, conformity.
n. original; model, paradigm; test, copy design; keynote, die, mold; matrix, last.
v.t. extend, lengthen; pro-long, continue; postpone, defer.
v. jut, bulge, extend, pro-ject.
n. projection, bulge, jut, protuberancy, prominence, ex-crescence, lump, swelling.
adj. self respect,Sense of self-worth
v.t. confirm, verify, show, demonstrate, document, check, try, test.Ant. dis-prove.
n. fodder, feed; food, provisions. proverb, n. maxim, axiom, adage, precept.
supply ,serve; to make available; furnish
adv. if, supposing, though.e.g -circumstance.
adj. fortunate,lucky,timely, opportune, reasonable, auspicious. Ant. improviden-tial.
n. function, department, division, district; control; domain, jurisdiction.
adj. intolerant, local, rural, coun-trified; rustic. Ant. ur-ban, catholic.
n. preparation; proviso, condition; (pl.) stores, supplies.
adj. conditional; tem-porary.Ant. unconditional.
n. condition[s], stipulation, clause, agreement; qualification, reservation.
adj. provisional, condi-tional, dependent, subject.
n. aggravation, irritation, vexation, annoyance, indignity, affront.
adj. tantalizing, titillat-ing; racy, piquant. Ant. innocuous.
v.t. annoy, irritate, exasper-ate, nettle; excite, incite, evoke, elicit; goad, vex.
n. bow, front, beak, nose, stem.
n. courage, bravery, hero-ism; skill, competence.
v.i. ramble, wander, roam; lurk, slink, sneak; rove.
n. [sneak] thief, robber. To commit theft
n. nearness, vicinity, propinquity, neighborhood. Ant. distance.
n. substitute, agent, dele-gate, representative; agency; procurator.
n. formalist, puritan, prig.
n. discretion, carefulness, caution, care, thought-fulness, judiciousness. Ant. imprudence.
adj. discreet, wary, cir-cumspect, prudential, heedful, chary, politic. Ant. imprudent.
n. propriety; prudishness, stiffness, coyness, primness, preciousness.
adj. prim, demure, pre-cious, affected, precise. Ant. liberal, open.
v.t. trim, abbreviate, thin, lop; remove.
adj. lewd, obscene, Contamination or pollution.
v. examine, search, seek, peer, ransack, peek, raise, force, prize, lever.
n. canticle, chorale, Vocal or instrumental sounds possessing a degree of melody.
adj. spurious, counterfeit, simulated,0, fake, mock.e.g -imitation, similarity.
n. sobriquet, alias, pen name, byname, nickname, disguise
v.t. psych out, out-wit, undo, demoralize .
n. soul, pneuma, anima; selfpersonality, spirit, inner being, essence, ego, and superego.
n. mental or mind doctor, [psycho]analyst or -therapist, psychiater (archaic),
adj. clairvoyant, prophetic, extrasensory, parapsychologic —n. tele-porter, mind reader.
n. neurotic, psychotic, madman, psycho (sl.).
n. neuropsychosis, schiz-ophrenia, dementia praecox.
n. psychotherapeu-tics, psychiatry. The ability to learn and reason;
adj. psychopathic, de-mented
n. tavern, public house.
n. pubescence, adoles-cence, nubility, maturity.
adj. popular, common, general; civic,national; notorious, known, free. Ant. pri-vate.
Act of publishing or disseminating Nou- publication, Ver- publish,published, public.
n. notoriety, limelight; ut-terance, outlet, vent.
n. wrinkle, crease, shirring. —v. contract; corrugate, crinkle, wrinkle, shirr, ruffle.
n. dessert, custard, junket.
n. pool, pond; mud puddle.
adj. thickset, stocky, squat; plump, chubby, roly-poly.
adj. trivial, foolish, trifling, weak, im-mature, boyish, juvenile.
n. swelling; blow,informal, gesture, praise. —v. brag, boast, praise,blow, pant, gasp; inflate.
n. boxing, fisticuffs. An assertion put forward in argument.
adj. combative, quar-relsome, militant, belligerent, contentious, bellicose.
v. vulgar, vomit, retch, gag. Ejected matter.
n. power, sway; jerk, wrench, tug; magnetism, attraction; slang, influence. —v. tug,
n. paste, dough; curd; pap; jam, pudding; poultice; mush.
n. platform, rostrum, desk; priesthood, ministry.
v.i. beat, throb; drum, palpi-tate.
v.i. throb, beat, quiver, palpi-tate; thump; shudder, tremble; pulsate, vibrate.
adj. crush, powder, crum-ble. Fineness, smoothness
v.t. pommel, beat, belabor. Extremely large; huge.
v.t. draw, suck [out]; interro-gate, question, catechize; inflate, puff up.
n. wordplay, paronomasia, prepundigrion, calembour, equivoque; quip, joke.
v.t. strike, hit, poke, beat, knock; puncture, perforate, pierce.
adj. informal, dazed, confused; punch-drunk.
adj. conscientious, scrupulous; exact, severe, strict.
adj. prompt, regular, pre cise, punctilious; periodical; early, timely.
v.t. point, interpoint, interpunctuate; accentuate; interrupt.
n. perforation, hole, pinprick, opening. —v.t. pierce, jab.
n. wise man, sage, savant, know-it-all, wise guy (sl.).
Caustic nature Nou- pungency, be pungent, pungent, piquant, poignant, ,
Applying a penalty for an offense Nou- punishment; Ver- punish,punishing,
n. slang, hood, mug; hench-man; kid, delinquent, snotnose [kid].
adj. small, underdeveloped, undersized, tiny; stunted. Ant. substantial.
n. puppy,whelp, cub, youngling; child, tad, ,
n. student, schoolchild, schoolgirl, schoolboy; learner, tyro, scholar.
n. marionette; manikin, doll; figure, tool, cat’s-paw, hireling, henchman, vassal.
n. pup, whelp, cub, youngling; child, tad.
adj. obtuse, dull, stupid; mole-eyed.
Act of buying Nou- purchase, buying,—purchase, buy, invest in.purchased.
adj. clean, pollutionfree; chaste, sinless, immaculate; genuine, Ant. im-pure, polluted.
n. cathartic, emetic, laxative, physic, aperient. —adj.cleansing; abstergent,
n. limbo, netherworld, underworld; atonement.
v.t. cleanse, clarify; flush, wash, clear; atone; pardon, absolve, acquit; expiate; evacuate.
v.t. refine, distill; cleanse.
adj. strict, prudish, prim, severe, rigid.
n. refinement ; sincerity, honesty; abstraction; simplicity.Ant. dishonesty.
Freedom from pollution Nou- purity, purify, make pure, pure.
n.pl. neighborhood, environs, surroundings, outskirts, limits, bounds, confines.
adj. & n.e.g -color. purport, n. meaning, significance, import, sense.
n. intention, determination, resolution, resolve; end, aim, view.
adj. determined, re-solved; intentional.
n. handbag, reticule, pocket-book, wallet, moneybag, fanny pack (sl.);
adj. following; accord-ing. contemplation, mind.
v.t. follow continue; seek after; be engaged in, undertake.
Act of following Nou- pursuit; pursuing, Ver- pursue, prosecute, pursuing.
v.t. deliver, yield, hand, give; provide, furnish, cater, provision.
n. scope, extent, range,remoteness, farness, long way; offing,
n. matter, suppuration, puru-lence.defilement, contamination,
n. nudge, thrust, shove; pressure,determination. —v.t. drive, urge,
n. slang, easy mark, cinch (inf.), sucker (inf.), duck soup (sl.), set up (sl.).
adj. aggressive. obnoxiously forward or self-assertive.
adj. cowardly, mean-spirited.e.g -cowardice. Ant. courageous.
v.t. tiptoe, walk on eggs; beat around the bush, hedge.e.g -avoidance, caution.
v.t. place, locate, set, deposit, plant, fix, lay; cast, throw; thrust; impose, rest, stick.
attribute; inscribe, write down; slang, suppress, smash; slang, snub.
propose, suggest,
postpone, delay; avoid.
vex, offend; inconvenience, discommode, impose on; extinguish, douse; expel; expend, spend.
suffer, tolerate.
adj. thought, alleged, con-sidered, supposed, reputed, pre-sumed.e.g -supposition.
n. slang, insult, slight, rejection.putrefy, v.i. rot, decay.
v.i. rot, decay, decompose.
adj. decomposed, decayed, rank, foul, rotten, corrupt.
v.i. dabble, dawdle, idle, loaf, tinker, fiddle (inf.), monkey (inf.).
n. riddle, conundrum, perplexity, —v.t. confound, perplex,confuse.
n. pigmy, dwarf, midget, atomy; Lilliputian.
n. pyramidion, polyhe-dron; progression, pile, accumula-tion, snowball.
n. arsonist, firebug (inf.)
n. charlatan, quacksalver, mountebank,falsehood.
n. rectangle, square, quad, quadrilateral; yard, com-pound, court[yard], enclosure.
v.t. drink; swill, guzzle.
n. quag, quicksand, mire, fen, morass, bog, problem, difficulty.
v.i. shrink, cower, recoil, flinch. Ant. stand firm.
adj. old-fashioned, pictur-esque.
v.i. tremble, quiver, shake, shudder.
n. modification, re-,striction,ability, repute, skill.
Act of limiting Nouns—qualification, limitation,qualify, limit, qualifying,
adj. competent, fit; lim-ited, restricted. Ant. unqualified, inapt.
n. attribute, property; excellence; status, brand, grade; nobility, gentility.
n. twinge, pang, throe; misgiving, compunction, uneasi-ness, remorse.
n. dilemma, plight, perplexity, bewilderment.
Amount Nou- quantity, numbers, amount; quantify, measure ; countquantitative,,
n. quantity, amount; substance, mass; particle,light quantum, energy.
n. detention, restraint, isolation; cordon sanitaire. — v.t. detain, segregate,
n. altercation, wrangle,controversy, feud. —v.i. dispute.
adj. contentious, dis-putatious, pugnacious, combative.
n. prey, game; catch, bag, take; target, bed, mine; store, source.
n. one-fourth; district, region, direction; lodg-ing, billet —v.t. quadrisect; divide.
n.pl. abode, lodgings, residence; billet, barracks.
n. foursome, quadruplet, tetrad.
v.t. suppress, subdue, crush; set aside, annul, void.
adj. apparent, seeming, so-called, imitation, near, approximate. —adv. almost, in a sense, as if.
v.i. quiver, shake, tremble; tremolo, warble, trill.
n. wharf, dock, pier, mole, levee.
adj. nauseated; squeamish, uneasy; timid, fearful, Ant. fearless, con-fident.
n. ruler, mistress; belle.
adj. odd, singular, strange; eccentric, slang, gay, homosexual. Ant. usual, normal.
v.t. subdue, suppress, crush; quiet, allay.
v.t. put or snuff out; extin-guish; still; damp, chill; slake, sate, satisfy.
adj. whining, complain-ing, fretful, petulant, peevish.
n. inquiry, question, doubt.
n. search, pursuit; probe, investigation, mission, expedition; aim, goal, objective.
n. problem, subject; query, interrogation; doubt, dispute. —v.t. interrogate, examine.
adj. doubtful, uncer-tain, debatable, fishy (inf.).
n. form, blank; examination, interrogation; in-quiry, survey, canvass, poll.
n. cue, pigtail; line[up], file, rank. —v.i. line or queue up, form a line,wait.
Fr. alertness.Security; guaranty; bail.
n. evasion, equivocation, sophism, cavil.
adj. rapid,prompt, alert; ready, sensitive,alive, sentient. Ant. slow, sluggish.
v.t. revive, refresh, arouse, animate; hasten, speed. Ant. retard, slow.
n. quagmire, mire, morass, bog, slough.
adj. impetuous, hotheaded, irascible, hot, peppery.Ant. cool-headed, slow to anger.
Lat. give-and-take, trade-off, equivalent.
n. essence, quintessence, substance, kernel,quibble, hairsplitting.
adj. still, motionless, moveless, fixed, stationary; stag-nant, becalmed, quiet.
adj. peaceful,subdued; gentle, calm;—n. peacefulness, calm; silence.Ant. loud, talkative.
n. feather; plume; pen; spine, bristle, seta, barb, spike, needle; pick, plectrum.
n. coverlet, patchquilt, com-forter, goosedown, quilting.
n. ideal, perfection.to imitate a model to perfection.
n. fivesome, quintuplet, pentad. The act or art of numbering.
n. joke, witticism, retort, repartee, [wise]crack (sl.)make you to know
n. flourish; quip, taunt, deviation, evasion; peculiarity, trick, eccentricity.
n. traitor,One that performs evil acts or a person who does evil
v. satisfy, requite; resign, abandon, acquittal, resignation.
adv. entirely, utterly, actually; informal, rather, somewhat, very.
n. acquittal, freedom; receipt, quitclaim, relinquish-ment; retaliation,
n. informal, shirker, evader, avoider, slacker (sl.), welsher (sl.).
v.i. tremble, shudder, shiver, flutter, vibrate, shake, quaver.
adj. visionary, unrealistic, whimsical; foolish, crazy.
v.t. interrogate, question, ex-amine; tease, banter.
adj. bantering, teasing; odd, comical.
n. plenum, sufficiency, majority.
n. allotment, share, proportion, percentage.
n. citation, excerpt, repetition; price.
v.t. repeat, cite, instance, refer to, abstract.
n. master, teacher; rabbin, rabbinist.
n. crowd, proletariat, popu-lace, common herd, hoi polloi; ,
n. demagogue, agita-tor, troublemaker.
adj. mad, furious; fanatical, overzealous.
n. hydrophobia, lyssa; foam-ing at the mouth.
n. onrush,competition; sprint, dash; family, tribe; people, ethnic group. —v. rush.
n. [race]track, racecourse, oval, turf. An enclosed area for the presentation of sports
adj. tribal, family; hereditary, ancestral.
n. prejudice, bigotry; segregation, colorline, white or black supremacy.
v.t. strain, exert; torture,n. single-foot, pace; frame[work]; wheel, iron maiden;broken clouds.
n. uproar, din, clatter, hub-bub; frolic, carouse, rumpus, hurly-burly; battledore.
n. mobster, gangster, hoodlum. A person who does evil
n. narrator, storyteller, The act, process, or technique of describing.
adj. spirited, lively; piquant; informal, risqué, suggestive.Ant. tame, dull.
adj. spoked, radiating. Addressed or distributed to a large number of persons.
adj. shining, sparkling, glowing; splendid, resplendent, glorious.
n. dispersion, diffusion, emission, emanation; radiance, il-lumination.
adj. fundamental,drastic,revolutionary.—n. liberal, leftist, rebel, revolutionary.
n. wireless, radio telegraphy, radio telephony; radiogram.
adj. charged, hot, irradi-ated; contaminated.
n. X-ray imaging, ra-dioscopy; fluoroscopy, mammography,magnetic resonance imaging,
n. half-diameter; spoke; range, scope, sphere, length.
adj. rowdy the condition of being vulgar; lack of good manners.
n. drawing, door prize, lot-tery, sweepstake[s].
n. flatboat, barge; float, pon-toon; informal, multitude.
n. beam, timber, crosspiece, joist.To endure; tolerate
n. shred, tatter, scrap, remnant; ragtime; (pl.) castoffs, hand-me-downs.— v. slang.
n. tatterdemalion, a gradual decline, as in quality, serviceability.
n. fury, frenzy, wrath, vio-lence; fashion, fad, craze.—v.i. storm, rave, bluster.
adj. tattered, frayed, patched, torn, ragamuffin; dog-eared.
n. attack, invasion, onset, in-cursion; foray.— v.t. attack, invade; pounce upon.
v. rant, scold, chide; inveigh, carry on, harangue.
n. fence, barrier, balustrade.
n. banter, badinage, persi-flage, quizzing, kidding, ribbing.
n. railway; main or trunk line, spur; model railroad; street railway, —v. informal,
n. clothing, apparel, at-tire, vesture, garb.
n. shower, precipitation, rain-storm, downpour. —v. shower, pour, lavish, shower upon.
n. delay, postponement; standing invitation.
n. arc, arc-en-ciel; spectrum.e.g -variegation, color.
n. slicker, oilskin, poncho, mackintosh, trenchcoat, rain-proof, plastic raincoat.
v.t. lift, elevate; [a]rouse, stir up, collect; resurrect; erect, build, exalt,
Fr. reason for being or living, justification.
v.t. gather, collect; comb,search, slope.—n. libertine, roué, rakehell; slope, ramp.
n. slang, rebate, refund, payment, return, bribe; extortion.
v. muster, marshal, call to-gether; revive, restore, rouse, en-courage; banter, chaff.
v.t. butt, batter, bump; pound, drive, tamp; cram, stuff.
v.i. stroll, saunter, stray, rove, wander; digress, maunder.
adj. boisterous, pug-nacious, quarrelsome.characterized or produced by anger
n. divergence, divi-sion, branching; part, offshoot, spur.
n. incline, slant, slope.a degree of inclination, mental perversity.
v.i. ramp, rage, run amuck, —n. tantrum, violence, turmoil.
adj. rife, widespread, rag-ing, epidemic; luxurious, lush; wild, unrestrained, tempestuous.
n. parapet, fortification, wall, bulwark, embankment.
n. ram[mer], stick, rod, poker, iron.e.g -hardness, straightness.
adj. dilapidated, tum-bledown, rickety. a gradual decline, as in quality, serviceability.
n. range, farm, grange, spread,agricul-ture.
adj. rank, stale, putrid, malodorous.e.g -malodorousness, sourness. Ant. fresh.
n. spite, malice, bitterness, vengefulness, vindictiveness. Ant. good-will, love.
adj. haphazard, casual, chance, fortuitous, aimless. Ant. planned, expected.
adj. vulgar, bawdy; slang, lascivious, horny (sl.).desire.
n. row, series, chain; scope, extent; habitat; limit, span, latitude; compass, register; distance;
adj. slender, slim, lanky; spa-cious, roomy.
adj. lush, luxuriant, vigorous; coarse,fetid, rancid—n. row, caste, quality; status, grade.
v.i. fester, irritate, gall, pain,to rankle, as a feeling of resentment.
v.t. rummage, scour, search diligently; rifle, loot, pillage.
v.t. redeem. —n. redemp-tion, release, liberation. reward or punishment
v.i. rage, rave, scold, nag; ha-rangue. the quality of being excitable.
v. tap, knock, blow, —n. informal, penalty, sentence, punishment;
n. greedy, ravenous,excessive eating and drinking. Ant. generous.
v.t. seize, plunder; seduce, de-bauch, ravish.
adj. swift, speedy, fleet,quick,—n. (pl.) white water, Ant. slow, sluggish—rapid transit, subway.
n. sword . rapine, n. plunder. rapport, n. touch, sympathy, under-,
adj. ecstatic, enraptured, engrossed. Ant. unmoved, uninterested.
n. ecstasy, transport, bliss, joy, delight.sensual gratification.
Lat. rare bird; unusual thing, the interface between such strata
adj. scarce, sparse; unusual, choice, remarkable; tenuous, underdone,
Sparseness Nou- rarity, t rarefy, expand, Adj- rare, subtle,
n. scoundrel, knave, rogue, reprobate, blackguard; imp, scamp ,
n. knavery, villainy, roguery, blackguardism.
adj. reckless -n. eruption, breaking out ,
Hastiness Nou- rashness, temerity,be rash, stick at nothing,rash, daring,
v. scrape, file, grate; chafe, nag, worry, abrade.
n. slang, sneak, polecat, skunk; raitor, turncoat, liar, informer.
n. drudgery, treadmill; fu-tility. characterized by or causing fatigue
n. ratio, percent, degree, pro-portion; rank, class; price, value; velocity.
adv. somewhat, passably, preferably, more correctly, sooner; considerably.
v.t. approve, confirm, vali-date; endorse, verify Ant. veto.
n. appraisal, evaluation, standing; scolding, vilification.
n. proportion, rate, percent-age, value.
v.t. apportion, allocate, allot, dole out; limit, restrict, withhold.
adj. sound, sane, logical, sensible, reasonable. Ant. ir-rational, insane.
n. theory, explanation, justification; method, philosophy, principle.
v. explain away, justify; organize.oral translation.
v. clatter, chatter, clack; bab-ble, prattle, gabble, jabber; fluster, befuddle, upset.
adj. seedy, rundown . Ant. fancy, deluxe.
adj. harsh, grating, rasp-ing, hoarse, strident.Ant. quiet, smooth-talking.
adj. slang, obscene, indecent; lustful. Ant. proper, G-rated.
v.t. lay waste, pillage, plun-der, sack, devastate.e.g -destruc-tion.
v.i. bluster, storm, rant, tear; ramble, wander.—n. in-formal, praise, good review.
v. entangle, involve, unravel, fray, untangle, disentangle, sepa-rate.
adj. rapacious, hungry, greedy, voracious, gluttonous.
n. gorge, gulf, canyon, gully, coulee, gap, notch.
v.t. charm, captivate, en-chant, enthrall; carry off, de-flower, rape, violate.
adj. crude; unprepared, skinned, scraped, un-trained; unpolished, boorish. Ant, re-fined; cooked.
n. skate; beam, gleam, radiation; stripe.
v.t. demolish, level, tear down, obliterate.
v. ridicule, heckle, scoff (at), jeer (at); informal, tease.
n. slang, flash, panache, flamboyance, glitz.
v. touch, attain, gain, get to, ar-rive at, pass, influence; stretch,—n. stretch, span, range.
n. response, revulsion, re-flex, recoil, compensation
n. conservative, right-winger, recalcitrant, Tory,diehard, fogy.
n. nuclear reactor or pile, atom smasher; breeder.
v. peruse, con; interpret, deci-pher, predict; pronounce; study; teach, admonish.
n. peruser; critic; elocutionist; proofreader; lecturer, prelector; textbook, anthology.
adv. willingly; easily, promptly.e.g -will, facility. Ant. with difficulty, reluctantly.
adj. prepared, available,quick; apt, ingen-ious; alert; ripe Ant. unprepared.
adj. ready-to-wear, pre-fabricated, ready-built, precooked; unoriginal, cut and dried.
adj. actual, veritable gen-uine; certain, sure, authentic.
n. actuality, naturalism, genre, verity, painting.
adj. lifelike, faithful, graphic. Ant. unrealistic.
n. truth, actuality, verity, factuality, fact. Ant. unreality, false-hood.
v.t. comprehend, appreciate, understand; objectify, imagine; gain,attain, achieve.
adv. surely, indeed, truly, absolutely; very, emphatically; genuinely, actually.
n. kingdom, empire, domain; sphere, bailiwick, province; land, region, authority.
n. real estate, property, possession.
v.t. gouge, bore, drill,opening.
v.t. mow, cut, gather, harvest; acquire.shortness,acquisition,
n. reincarnation, re-vival; rebirth, resurgence, return, comeback; rerun, reprint.
the back of something, as distinguished from the front
Back part Nou- rear, back, be behind, fall astern,back, hind, hindmost.
n. sanity, intellect, common sense, judgment, explanation; ground, cause.
adj. sound, sensible; fair, moderate; rational, logical.
Process of understanding Nou- reasoning,rationalism, reason, Adj- reasoning,rationalistic.
n. snub, slight, cut; repulse, rout, check.—v.t. repel, repulse; snub, cut, slight,
v.t. re-create, refashion, re-form, restore, restoration.
n. reproof, reprimand, admonition.—v.t. reprove, reprimand.
n. picture puzzle, hiero-glyphic, pictograph or -gram; cha-rade.
v.t. answer, contradict, op-pose, refute,negation.
n. refutation, rejoinder, retort, answer, defense, the perfect squelch (inf.); counterstatement,
adj. refractory, stubborn, difficult, intractable; balky, mulish, Ant. Obedient, cooperative.
v.t. recollect, remember; revoke, annul, withdraw; retract,revive, restore.
v.t. withdraw, take back, re-nounce, retract, disavow, repudi-ate.
v.t. summarize, restate, review, rehearse, recap.
v.t. recompose, reconstruct, refashion; remold; recompute.
v.i. retrograde, retrogress,retire,withdraw,fall back, depart, retreat, run away.
n. recipiency, reception, re-ceiving; recipe.
Getting by transfer Nou- receiving, reception, receipt, receiving, recipient.
adj. Late, fresh, modern; newly come, just arrived or in; former.
Container Nou- receptacle, recipient, receiver; compartment, cell, ,
n. admission, admittance, entrée, entrance; importation; in-troduction.
n. host, hostess,greeter.
adj. open-minded; impressionable,
n. alcove, niche, nook,intermission, pause, rest, break, coffee or lunch break.
Withdrawing Nou- (physical withdrawal) recession, Ver- recede, recessive.
adj. uncommon, out of the ordinary, rare; elegant, choice, refined.
n. relapse, reversion, regression, backslide.
n. receipt, formula, instruc-tions, directions, method, pre-scription, ingredients.
n. reception, receipt, receiving
adj. mutual, comple-mentary, interchangeable, alterna-tive, correlative.
n. repayment, inter-change, exchange, reciprocity, alternation.
n. telling, narration, re-hearsal; account, recapitulation; concert, musicale.
n. declamation, elocu-tion; recital, lesson.
v. rehearse, relate, repeat, de-claim, detail, recapitulate.
adj. careless, foolhardy, incautious, heedless, rash, devil-may-care, daring.
v. calculate, count,estimate; esteem, consider,depend; informal, think, suppose, guess.
n. calculation, computa-tion, count; accounting, settlement; bill, tally, score.
v.t. redeem, restore, reform, recover, retrieve; tame.
v.i. lie, rest, couch, repose, loll.
n. hermit, anchorite, ascetic, eremite.
v.t. acknowledge, concede, remember; realize, know, distinguish; salute,appreciate.
Springing back Nouns—recoil, reaction, Ver- recoil, react, , recoiling, refluent.
n. remembrance, remi-niscence, memory, retrospection.
v.t. commend, advise, suggest; commit, entrust; urge, advocate.
n. reward, compensa-tion, payment, requital. —v.t. requite, reward, repay.
v.t. conciliate, propitiate, placate, appease; harmonize, ac-cord; settle.
adj. mysterious, obscure, secret, abstruse, profound, esoteric, cryptic.
v.t. repair, renew, overhaul, renovate, restore, regenerate, rejuvenate.
n. survey, surveillance, espionage, observation, inspection, inquiry; aerial reconnaissance.
v. investigate, survey, spy out, scout, case (sl.).
v. reexamine, review, think over or again, change one’s mind, tergiversate.
Keeping as evidence Nou- record, note,record, put on record, recorded.
v.t. tell, recite, repeat, re-hearse, relate, narrate, enumerate; recapitulate.
v.t. regain, retrieve, indem-nify, reimburse.
n. appeal, resort, resource, expedient; aid.
v. regain, get back, redeem, retrieve, reclaim, salvage; get well, recuperate.
adj. cowardly, craven, das-tardly, disloyal,0, treacherous; apostate, renegade.
n. diversion, sport, pas-time, refreshment.e.g -amuse-ment.
n. countercharge, retaliation, tu quoque, rejoin-der, reply in kind; name calling, bickering.
v.t. enlist, raise,replenish; restore, renew. —n. conscript, draftee; newcomer
adj. orthogonal, ob-long, foursquare, square.e.g -an-gularity.
v.t. correct, improve, repair, purify, redress, amend.e.g -im-provement, straightness.
n. uprightness, integrity, righteousness, goodness, virtue, honesty.
rectress, n. pastor, parson; director, monitor, prefect.
n. manse, parsonage, vic-arage, parish house, deanery, pres-bytery; benefice.
adj. lying, reclining, leaning.e.g -obliquity, hori-zontal.
n. recovery, improve-ment, convalescence.
v. return, come back, reoccur, repeat, intermit, revert.
n. nonconformist, dissenter, Protestant; separatist.— adj. rebellious,disobedient.
n. crimson, scarlet, etc.; radical, revolutionary.
n. bureaucracy, officialdom; paperwork; delay, hindrance.
v. encrimson, incarmine; blush, flush, glow; bloody.
v. renovate, refurbish, restore, remodel, do over.
v.t. ransom, recover, rescue, restore, liberate, deliver, convert, fulfill, perform.
n. savio[u]r, Messiah, Christ, the Lord, etc.; emancipator.
n. salvation; deliver-ance; rescue; recovery.
adj. in the act, in fla-grante delicto. n. ruse, artifice, dodge. adj. intense; fresh, new.
n. rowdy, ruffian, lout. Vulgarity
v.t. repeat, revise, redecorate, etc. restoration.
adj. fragrant, odorous,perfumed; heady, musky; remindful, having an aura (of ).
adj. formidable. Feared as an opponent, terrible
v. bounce back, rebound; do credit (to), accrue, to have an effort upon
v.t. right, correct, repair, re-form, relieve, remedy. —n. amends, restitution, reparation,
n. offensive, [American] Indian, Native American. Human race
v. diminish, lessen, curtail, lower; allay, alleviate; set (a frac-ture); demote, abase,
n. redundancy; repe-tition, tautology; superfluity, superfluence; profuseness, profusion.
n. stem, stalk, straw, rush; pas-toral pipe.
n. sandbar, shoal, bank, ledge.
n. vapor, fumes, odor; stench, stink, —v. stink, smell;exude; sweat.
v.i. sway, stagger, waver; spin, wheel.—reel off, rattle off, repeat.
n. return, insertion, splash-down.
v.t. restore, renew, re-vive, refound.
v.t. make over, remake, remodel, revolutionize.
v.t. submit, commit, send, direct, assign, ascribe, attribute —v.i. allude, advert.
n. arbiter, arbitrator, umpire, mediator, moderator, judge.
n. citation, bearing, concern, reference book, dictionary, ency-clopedia, yearbook, atlas.
n. vote, plebiscite, ini-tiative, vox populi.
v.t.to fill up again, to get a new supply of
v.t. purify, cleanse, educate, improve, polish, cultivate, elabo-rate.
adj. well-bred, cultivated, polished; pure; subtle.
v. throw back, cast back, mirror, imitate, reproduce, echo; meditate, ponder.
n. refraction, image, echo, duplication, counterpart, copy; meditation, rumination.
n. reaction, instinct, recoil, rebound. —adj. re-flective; involuntary, conditioned.
n. ebb, refluence, subsidence, backwater.
v.t. better, reclaim, restore, improve, redeem, —n. improvement, regeneration, reformation
n. reform, improvement, betterment, correction; regeneration.
n. reform school, juvenile detention ward, juvenile prison.
n. altruist, crusader, zealot, missionary.
n. bending, deflection, vison
adj. unruly, unmanage able, obstinate, stubborn, intractable.
v.t. abstain, cease, desist, forbear.
v. invigorate, stimulate; renew, recharge, re-create.
Invigoration Nouns—refreshment, invigoration, Ver- refresh,strengthen, refreshing.
n. coolant; Freon, liq-uid nitrogen,
v. cool, ice, freeze, in-frigidate; benumb, chill ,quick-freeze.
n. asylum, sanctuary; hide-out, hideaway; safe harbor, home, hospital; retreat, den, lair.
n. fugitive, misplaced per-son, evacuee, escapee, runawa,escape, avoidance.
v.t. return, give back, pay back, repay, reimburse.
v. redecorate, renovate -nou refurbishment.
Declining to do or accept Nouns—refusal, denial, refuseAdj- refusing.recusant; uncomplying,
n. trash, truck, rubbish, waste, leavings, garbage, to deny.
v.t. confute, controvert, dis-prove, deny, dispute.
v.t. recover, retrieve, get back [to].
adj. royal, splendid, stately, majestic; kingly, autocratic.
v.t. entertain, feast, wine and dine, treat; give pleasure.
n.pl. Emblems or ensignsof royality, decorations, insignia; finery,
v.t. consider, deem, respect, repute —n. reference, concern, gaze.
prep. respecting, con-cerning, connection, narration.
adj. heedless, careless, indifferent, negligent —adv. not-withstanding, anyhow.
adj. reformed, reborn, converted —v.t. make over, reviv-ify; reform, convert.
n. viceroy, deputy, ruler, trustee,
n. rule, reign, sovereignty; rulers, incumbents; policy, pro-gram, plan, regimen.
n. course, method, prescription, program, procedure, training;
n. corps,army, company; multitude, assemblage —v.t. muster, enlist; organize, systematize.
Area of indefinite extent Nou- region, sphere, ground, area, regional.
n. record, roll, list; regisindi-tration, enrollment. —v.t. enroll, list; mark, record.
Passage back Nou- regression, retroaction, Ver- regress, Adj- regressive,
Looking back with sorrow Nouns—regret, remorse,regret, Adj- regretting.
v. reform, realign, reorganize.
adj. steady, rhythmical ,systamatic.
Periodicity Nou- regularity, periodicity; steadiness, recur, return, Adj- regular, steady.
v.t. order, manage, legis-late, rule, direct; adjust, rectify, fix, organize.
n. adjustment, law, rule, order, ordi-nance.
v.t. vomit, disgorge; ebbee ej. v.t. restore, reinstate, reestablish.
v.t. review, repeat, restate, chew one’s cud (inf.); summarize, recapitulate, sum up.
v.t. repeat, recite, enumerate; drill, practice, prepare.
v.i. rule, govern, command, hold swa —n. rude, sway; currency prevalence
v.t. repay, compensate, indemnify, restore, refund.
n. curb, check, control; (pl.) lines, restraint, guidance.
n. rebirth, resurrec-tion, v. to be born again.
v.t. strengthen, sup-port, buttress, replenish.
n.pl. replenish-ment, aid, recruits, auxiliaries.
v.t. restore, put back, rein-stall, rehabilitate.
v.t. repeat, iterate,to do again several times.
v.t. throw away, discard,to refuse to accept.
Throwing away Nouns—rejection, repulsion, Ver- reject, repudiate,rejected, repudiated.
Feeling of joy Nou- rejoicing, exultation,rejoice, congratulate oneself, rejoicing.
v.t. reply, retort, respond; re-unite, reassemble.
n. answer, reply, retort, response.
v. renew, refresh, rein-vigorate, to make young again
n. recurrence, deterioration,regression.—v.i. lapse, fall back, backslide.
v.t. tell, recount, report, nar-rate; connect, associate
n. bearing, close connection; narration, narrative, storytelling; kinship, family tie.
Close connection Nou- relation, Ver- be related, relate to, Adj- relative, correlative.
n. relation, kinsman; comparative, dependent.
v. rest, relent, slacken, loosen, unbend, abate, relieve, ease, miti-gate.
n. ease, repose,diver-sion, recreation; abatement, loos-ening.
adj. loose, slack; not tense, at ease.
n. replacement, substitute, medium, agent, agency. —v. advance, transmit.
v.t. free, liberate, give out, relinquish.—n. exemption; death.
v.t. consign, commit, as-sign, refer, banish.
v.i. soften, yield, submit, to become less strict.
adj. pitiless, merciless, implacable, remorseless; inexorable, indefatigable.
adj. pertinent, fitting, apposite, applicable, apropos, germane, appropriate.
adj. trustworthy, dependable, trusty, responsible.
n. dependence, trust, confidence, faith, credence.
n. memento, souvenir, keep sake, token, antique, remains.
n. comfort, alleviation, lessening of pain.
Alleviation Nou- relief, deliverance Ver- relieve, ease, alleviate, mitigate,Adj- relieving.
System of faith Nou- religion isagogics, worship, religious.
Giving up, to surrender. Nou- relinquishment,Ver- relinquish, Adj- relinquished.
v. send or order back, recommit, recall, return to cus-tody.
v.t. note, observe; comment on, mention ,-n. observation.
adj. noteworthy, no-table, extraordinary, striking, un-usual, singular, uncommon.
Something that cures or counteracts Nou- remedy, remedy, doctor,remedial.
v.t. Recollect,observe, acknowledge.
v.t. Prompt, to make somebody remember.
adj. retrospective, sug-gestive, tending to remind, recalling past things.
adj. lax, slack, neglectful, dilatory, careless on duty, negligent.
n. annulment, forgiveness; sus-pension, respite, abatement.
v.t. forgive, pardon, excuse, exempt, relax, re-place; discharge, pay, send.
n. remainder, residue, fragment, scrap, vestige.
v.t. rearrange, rebuild, modernize; renovate, rehabilitate,make over, recondition.
n. protest, objection; reproof, expostulation.
n. self-reproach, regret, compunction, contrition, peni-tence.
adj. Impenitent, hard-ened, callous, obdurate; hard, cold, ruthless.
adj. distant, secluded, alien; slight, inconsiderable.
v. depart, go away, move; displace, excise, shift, elim-inate, take off, discharge, evict.
v.t. pay, reimburse, recompense, requite, reward.
adj. profitable, pay-ing, rewarding, compensatory, gainful, lucrative; worthwhile.
n. renascence, rebirth, revival.
prevalence; influence,
v.t. tear, shred, rip, rive, split; harrow, cut, cleave.
v.t. give, pay, deliver, supply, yield, produce, express, translate, interpret; reduce.
n. tryst, appointment, date, meeting, assignation.
n. rendering; execution, performance, version, interpretation, reading, paraphrase.
n. traitor, turncoat, apos-tate, defector; mutineer—adj. treacherous, mutinous.
v. informal, break one’s word or promise, disavow, take back, go back (on), cancel, back out.
v.t. revive, restore; resume, continue; replace, renovate, re-plenish.
v.t. abjure, disclaim, dis-own, repudiate, reject, give up, abandon, surrender.
v.t. renew, restore, repair, freshen, purify.
n. repute, fame, reputa-tion, glory, distinction, kudos.
n. tear, slit, fissure; split, divi-sion, rupture, schism; payment, return, rental.
v.t. resystematize, re-model, reform, rehabilitate, reestablish.
v. betake oneself, go; mend, renovate, remedy —n. restoration, renovation, mending, redress.
n. amends, redress, restitution, indemnity.
adj. mending, restorative, remedial, corrective, compensatory.
n. [witty] retort, [clever] rejoinder, [snappy] comeback (sl.); sally, persiflage, banter.
n. meal, collation, snack; ,
v.t. reimburse, indemnify, re-fund; recompense, requite.
v.t. revoke, recall, annul, nul-lify, vacate, abrogate.
v.t. iterate, quote, recite; redo, duplicate.
v.t. repulse, resist, reject, scat-ter, drive apart; disgust, revolt.
adj. repulsive, resistant, forbidding, distasteful.
v. rue, regret, penitent, feel sorry.
n. rebound, recoil, impact, reverberation, kick; result, effect.
n. repertoire; list, cata-log, collection, store, stock; acts, routines,
Act of repeating Nou- repetition, reiteration, Ver- repeat, duplicate, repeated.
v.i. fret, complain, mope, grieve, despond.
n. repeat, reprise, encore, re-broadcast, instant replay.
v.t. refill, restock, renew; stock up.
n. surfeit, satiety, over-fullness, glut, engorgement.
image, double, twin, like-ness; facsimile, copy, reproduc-tion, imitation, duplicate, model;
v.t. fold back; reproduce, copy.
n. answer, response, retort, rejoinder; countermove.
v.t. state, give tidings, announce, give notice of, proclaim —n. record, account.
n. news gatherer, journalist, newspaperman, newshound (sl.), newshawk (sl.).
v. rest, lay, place, entrust, deposit, put.
State of rest Nou- repose, rest, inactivity, relaxation, Ver- rest, lie down, Adj- asleep, sleeping.
n. vault, warehouse, mu-seum.
v.t. reclaim, take back, repo (inf.).
adj. blameworthy, censurable.
v.t. Portray denote, symbolize, stand for; substitute for, replace, assert; consist in.
Portrayal Nou- representation, Ver- represent, delineate, representative.
adj. typical, characteristic, popular, republican.—n. Delegate.
v.t. suppress, restrain, curb, control, quell, stifle, smother, crush.
n. delay, stay, respite, sus-pension; pardon.
n. reproof, rebuke, cen-sure, admonition, reprehension.
n. reissue, new edition, re-vision; copy, replica.e.g -publication.
n. retaliation, revenge, requital, indemnity.
v.t. blame, rebuke, up-braid, censure; stigmatize.—n. reproof, blame, disgrace, dishonor.
n. sinner, scoundrel; rogue, blackguard. v. copy, duplicate; procreate, beget.
Procreation Nou- reproduction, sexual reproduction; Ver- reproduce, propagate, Adj- reproductive.
v.t. admonish, censure, re-buke, chide, criticize.
n. saurian, crocodilian, ser-pent, lizard, etc.; toady, boot-licker.
n. democracy, free state, commonwealth, vox populi; people’s republic, soviet; country.
v.t. renounce, disavow, disclaim, disown, divorce, deny.
n. dislike, aversion, antipathy, disgust; inconsistency, opposition.
adj. distasteful, repul-sive; incompatible, contrary, an-tagonistic.
v.t. drive back, repel ; refuse, reject ,
Driving back Nou- repulsion, repulse, rebuff, Ver- repulse, repel, repulsive.
Reputation Nou- repute, distinction, mark, name, Ver- shine [forth], Adj- reputable.
Asking for Nou- request, requisition,Ver- request, ask, beg, Adj- requesting, precatory.
Lat. [may he] rest in peace.
n. want, necessity; requisi-tion, demand; needfulness, urgency, exigency, sine qua non.
adj. necessary, required; imperative, essential, indispensa-ble, urgent, pressing.
n. demand, order, claim, exaction, request.
v.t. retaliate, avenge; repay, indemnify, make amends, reward.
Lat. exploits; evidence.
v.t. revoke, repeal, recall, abrogate, annul.
v.t. Liberate, set free, deliver, save; recover, reclaim.
n. inquiry, investigation, study, exploration.
n. similarity, likeness, similitude.
Feeling of having been affronted Nou- resentment, Ver- resent, take offense, Adj- resentful.
n. exception, qualifi-cation, misgiving; booking, en-gagement.
n. restriction, qualification; restraint, caution, reticence, dig-nity; store, stock.
adj. undemonstrative, dif-fident, distant, reticent; set aside.
n. cistern, reserve, source, supply.
v.i. live, dwell, abide, so-journ, lodge.
adj. left over, extra, sur-plus; future, continuing.
n. remainder, rest, remnant, leavings.
Giving upNou- resignation, demission,Ver- resign, withdraw, demit, Adj- resigning.
adj. elastic, tough, rugged; irrepressible, indestructible; resistant, renitent; buoyant.
n. rosin, gum, lac, amber; bitumen, pitch, tar, asphalt, co-pal, mastic, lacquer, japan.
n. recalcitrance, impedance ,
Active opposition Nou- resistance, opposition, Ver- resist, withstand, resisting.
Determination Nou- resolution, will, decision, Ver- resolve, be resolved, resolute.
n. determination, steadfastness, resolution. —v. determine, solve; elucidate, clear up.
Capability to produce vibrations Nou- rebound; resonate, resonant, vibrant.
v.i. gather, flock,have recourse to. —n. haunt, meeting place; refuge.
v.i. Echo, reecho, ring, re-verberate, peal.
adj. ingenious, inven-tive, imaginative, versatile, adaptable, resilient, cunning.
n.pl. assets, wealth, pros-perity; ingenuity, expedients.
v.t. heed, regard; relate to, refer to—n. esteem; feature, particular; (pl.) compliments.
High esteem Nou- respect, Ver- respect, regard,consider; think a great deal, Adj- respectful.
adj. worthy, reputable, estimable; moderate, fairly good, decent.
adj. particular, individ-ual, several.
adv. severally, one by one, each to each; in order.
v.i. Breathe, inhale & exhale.
n. postponement, pause, re-prieve, cessation, intermission.
adj. shining, lustrous, radiant, splendid, gleaming.
n. answer, reply, rejoin-der; reaction; responsory.
adj. trustworthy, dependable; answerable, accountable, liable, chargeable; solvent.
adj. sympathetic, sensi-tive, receptive, adaptable; antiphonal.
n. remainder, remains, bal-ance, residuum; repose; death.
n. café, eating house, cafeteria, diner, Automat, canteen, grill.
adj. soothing, quiet, repose-ful, tranquil.
n. restoration, amends, amende honorable; atonement, recovery, rehabilitation; indemnification;
adj. nervous, skittish, balky; refractory, disobedient, unruly; uneasy, impatient; restless.
adj. nervous, restive, impa-tient; fidgety, skittish, jumpy, un-quiet, disturbed.
Bringing back to a former state Nou- restoration, Ver- restore, put back, reinstate, Adj- restored.
Act of holding back Nou- restraint, Ver- restrain, check. Adj- restrained.
v.t. check, limit, confine, re-strain, circumscribe, hinder, im-pede.
n. consequence, conclusion, outcome, upshot, fruit, effect, product.
v.t. recommence, reoccupy, retake, reassume; continue.
n. abstract, summary, compendium, condensation, digest, brief,outline, review.
n. reappearance, renewal, revival; recovery, refreshment, restoration; improvement.
v.t. restore, revive, re-build, reestablish, renew, rehabili-tate; reanimate; disinter.
v.t. revive, restore, rean-imate; refresh, revivify.
v.t. sell, dispense, vend, ped-dle, spread (gossip).
v.t.to hold or keep in possession, to detain
n. emolument, remuneration, payment; adherent, henchman; guardian. bodyguard; (pl.)
v.t. resume; recover, recap-ture, retrieve; refilm .
Returning like for like Nou- retaliation, Ver- retaliate, strike back, Adj- retaliative.
v.t. delay, slow down, check, hinder, impede, postpone, hold up.
adj. delayed; mentally deficient or handicapped, brain damaged, moronic; backward, slow.
Keeping in possession Nou- retention, retaining, retentive, retaining,keeping, holding.
n. reserve, taciturnity, muteness, unwillingness to talk.
n. train, following, suite, cortege, attendants, retainers.
v. withdraw, retreat, leave, resign, rusticate, lie low, keep aloof.
adj. modest, unassuming, self-effacing, bashful, withdrawn, shy, diffident.
n. reply, rejoinder, witticism, sally, comeback (sl.); alembic.
v.t. touch up; repaint, pol-ish.
v.t. withdraw, recall, take back, recant, disavow, repudiate, revoke.
n. withdrawal, retirement; seclusion; shelter, asylum; refuge, resort —v.i. with-draw.
v. cut [down], reduce, de-crease, curtail; economize; cut back.
n. compensation, re-dress, reparation, reprisal, recipro-cation; nemesis; amends.
v.t. recover, regain, re-claim, repair, restore, make amends, fetch.
adj. retrospective, re-gressive, ex post facto.
adj. retreating, retro-gressive, reversed, deteriorating, degenerate, decadent.
v.i. revert, decline, to go back.
n. reminiscence, remem-brance, retrospection, review.
adj. looking back-ward, reminiscent; retroactiv —n. exhibition, showing.e.g -painting.
v. restore, put back, bring back,elect; come back, reappear —n. arrival, homecoming,
n. gathering, assembling, convention; reconciliation.
v.t. do or make over; recast, rework, remodel, redesign, modernize, improve.
v.t. disclose, show, divulge, announce, display, exhibit, ex-pose, bare.
v.i. disport, gambol, romp, carouse; delight in, enjoy.—n. lark, spree, carouse.
n. disclosure, manifes-tation, exposition, revealment; Bible.
n. merrymaking, festivity, conviviality, jollification.
n.&v.to hit back, to repay on injury.
n. income, receipts; earnings, profits, net, yield, dividends; taxes, tariff, customs, duties.
v.i. reecho, respond, be reflected.
v.t. venerate, honor, respect, esteem, admire; worship.
adj. venerable, worshipful.
adj. respectful; devout, reverential.
n. daydream, musing, fancy, brown study, woolgathering.
n. setback; turnabout, tit-for-tat; inversion; repeal; upset; abrogation.
n. antithesis, converse, opposite; misfortune, setback, comedown.
Return to a former state Nou- reversion, revert, return, reversionary.
reexamine, reconsider, re-vise, recall, rehearse, criticize, in-spect.retrospection, recollection;
v.t. abuse, vilify, malign, as-perse, calumniate, deride.
v.t. alter, correct, reconsider, edit, amend, rewrite.
n. redaction, improvement; new version, rewrite, new edition; old wine in new bottle
n. resuscitation, revivifica-tion,worship, camp meeting; reestablishment. reintro-duction
n. evangelist, gospel shouter, jubilee singer.e.g -piety.
v. reanimate, revivify; re-fresh; bring back, reestablish; rally, perk up.e.g -restoration.
v.t. recall, repeal, annul, re-scind, withdraw, abrogate; recant, repudiate, disavow.
n. uprising, rebellion, insurgence, insurrection, mutiny, sedition; demonstration.
adj. disgusting, repellent, loathsome, repulsive.
n. uprising a turning round or rotating.
Radical change Nou- revolution,Ver- revolutionize, remodel, revolutionary.
v. rotate, roll, circle, spin, recur to move in a curving course.
n. handgun, pistol, re-peater, six-shooter, six-gun.
n. review, vaudeville; Follies, New Faces.
n. dislike, distaste, aver-sion, repugnance, disgust, repulsion.
n. reward, recompense, remuneration,salary, pay, payment; tribute, bonus, tip.
n. oratory, eloquence, elo-cution, declamation, floridity.
n. inflammation, ache; rheumatoid ,rheumatic fever, rheu-matics.
n. alliteration, assonance; verse, poesy,harmony, concord, similarity.
adj. metrical, pulsating, periodic, recurrent.
v.t. informal, tease, kid, razz (inf.), roast (inf.).e.g -wit.
adj. coarse, low, broad, vul-gar; profane, blasphemous.
n. riband, strip; badge; (pl.) shreds, tatters.
adj. wealthy, affluent, opulent; fruitful, fertile, abundant, bountiful
Croesus, Midas, Dives, [multi]millionaire, capitalist, mon-eybags.
n.pl. wealth, possession, for-tune, affluence, opulence.
adj. shaky, infirm, weak, ramshackle; rachitic.
n. bounce, rebound, carom, recoil. —v.i. bounce off, carom, deflect, reflect,
v.t. free, disburden, disencum-ber, abolish.
n. conundrum, enigma, puz-zle; problem, poser.
v.i. drive, tour, journey, travel,cycle, pedal—v.t. be borne; mount, straddle.
n. postscript, codicil, addi-tion; horseman, cyclist, passen-ger.
n. fold, welt, wrinkle, flange; arete, spine, esker.
Derision Nou- ridicule, derision,quiz, banter, Ver- ridicule,derisive, derisory.
adj. laughable, absurd, preposterous.
n. horsemanship, motoring; district, bailiwick.
adj. prevalent, current, wide-spread, profuse, teeming.
n. rabble, canaille, dregs of society.
n. gun, firearm; piece, carbine, automatic rifle;chassepot, culverine, needle gun.
n. crack, cleft, crevice, fissure; schism, breach.
v. equip, furnish, jury-rig manipulate,clothe, outfit. —n. rigging,
Pertaining to the right side Nou- right; rightness, dexter, turn [to the] right. Adj- right,
adj. godly, upright, just, moral, good; puritanical; devout, virtuous.
adj. right, what ought to be, what should be.
Conformity with reason or justice Nou- rightness, Ver- be right or just. Adj- right, upright.
adj. stiff, inflexible, unyielding; set, firm, obdurate, strict; rigorous, clean-cut.
n. harshness, hardness, auster-ity, severity, stringency, rigor-ousness, strictness.
Lat. the stiffness of death.
v.t. informal, annoy, vex, to irritate or make angry.
n. brook, stream,rivulet.
n. edge, border, margin, curb, brink.
n. ice, [hoar]frost.to cover with frost.
n. skin, peel, epicarp, integument,the outer covering of fruits and vegetables.
v. encircle, girdle,tinkle; resound, reecho—n. Circlet, machine, ringing, peal, chime.
n. slang, dead ringer, double, look-alike; substitute; pre-tender, fraud, poseur.
n. rabble-rouser, dema-gogue. One who leads a illegal activity.
n. course, drome, skating palace; icedrome, rollerdrome.
adj. slang, cheap, shabby,
v. rewash, dip, splash; tint, color, touch up.—n. conditioner, hairdressing, hair rinse.
n. brawl, uprising; disorder, row, fracas, uproar, tumult.
v.t. tear, split, rend, slit, sever, part.e.g -disjunction.
adj. Complete, mellow, consummate, ready.
v.t. mature, prepare, perfect, mellow, season, temper.e.g -change, completion.
n. slang, deception, swin-dle.
n. thrust, counterthrust or -stroke, parry,witticism, mot.
v.i. gurgle, babble, purl. —n. riffle, wavelet.e.g -agitation, water.
v.i. arise, ascend, appear; increase, augment; originate—n. ascent; Adj- right, upright.
adj. laughable; jovial, merry.
v.t. chance, venture, hazard, ,gamble, jeopardize; invest.
adj. suggestive, indelicate, ,off-color, racy, spicy, sexy, daring.
Solemn observance Nou- rite, ceremony,perform service, ritual, ritualistic.
adj. slang, classy, swell, swank[y], plush, posh.e.g -os-tentation.
n. competitor, contender, an-tagonist, emulator—v.t. vie or cope with; emulate.
n. waterway, a stream of water flowing into sea or a lake.
n. pin, bolt. —v.t. fasten, bolt, pin; arrest or engage the atten-tion.
adj. fascinating, engrossing ,
n. way, path, track, passage, highway, roadway, thoroughfare, trail; anchorage.
v.i. wander, range, ramble, rove, stray, stroll.
v.i. shout, bellow, howl, bawl; resound, roll, rumble—n. uproar, vociferation; roll, rumble, boom.
v.t. grill, barbecue, broil, bake, toast, parch; slang, tease, ridi-cule.
v.t. plunder, rifle, pillage, steal, purloin, burglarize; defraud.
n. cloak, mantle, gown, vest-ment, robe of state; purple.
n. automaton, golem, mechanical man, drudge, cat’s-paw, puppet, dummy.
adj. vigorous, healthy, lusty, strong, sturdy, stalwart; rude, boisterous, rough.
v.i. swing, sway, oscillate, teeter —n. crag, boulder, haven, support, defense; slang, jewel, gem.
adj. basic, fundamental.
n. projectile, missile; propulsor; rocket or space ship;
adj. rugged, stony, hard; un-feeling; dizzy, shaky.
n. wand, pole, staff, switch, scepter, caduceus; slang, pistol, gat.
n. vagabond, scoundrel, cheat, scamp; imp.
n. knavishness, rascality, mischief.
adj. dishonest; mischie-vous, prankish, waggish.
v.t. disturb, vex, annoy.
v.i. bluster, swagger, bully; rollick, frolic, make merry, riot; re-oice, celebrate.
n. part, character, career, func-tion, business. —role model, standard, example
n. drumming, rumble, rattle, clatter, patter biscuit, bun, muffin, gem, popover, scone
n. reduction, retrenchment.
n. cylinder, wheel, roll, rouleau, platen, mill; breaker.
adj. pudgy, tubby, stout, obese; round.
n. novel, love story; exaggeration, fiction, tall story; love affair, gest, fantasy.
adj. sentimental, heroic,dreamy, poetic, fantastic, visionary, quixotic, fanciful.
v.i. frolic, caper, cavort, gam-bol, frisk.
n. covering, housetop, rooftop, shelter, ceiling; home.
the ridgepole of a roof. the roof itself.
v. cheat, fleece
n. slang, beginner, novice, greenhorn, tenderfoot.
n. chamber, hall, apartment; space, capacity, receptacle, abode—v. lodge, put up
n. tenant, lodger, occupant, boarder, inhabitant.
n. berth or bunk mate, bunkie (inf.), roomie (sl.).
adj. spacious, commodious, capacious, ample.
n. perch, foothold, limb, branch; nest,abode, residence,—v.i. alight, land.
n. rootlet, radicle,origin, essence, source; etymon. —v. plant, im-plant, fix; eradicate.
n. cord, line; hawser, painter, lanyard; lasso, riata, execution; string, twist.
n. beads, beadroll; garland, bed of roses.
adj. rosy, blooming; opti-mistic, promising, propitious.
n. list, register, roll call, schedule, program; census, count, tally.
n. platform, dais, podium, stand, floor, pulpit, lectern.
adj. blushing, blooming, bright, promising, hopeful.
v.i. Decay, decompose, putrefy; degenerate, waste—n. decay, decom-position.
adj. turning, rotational.
v. revolve, turn round, pivot; alternate.
Motion around a center axis Nou- rotation, revolution, rotate, roll, revolve.rotary
n. —by rote, by memory, memorized.
adj. decomposed, putrefied,putrid; unsound, treacherous; corrupt, dishonest; offensive,
Rounded-out quality Nou- rotundity, round [out], fill out,Adj- rotund[ate],
n. rake, libertine, debauchee.
n. fodder, bulk
n. rowdiness, horseplay.
adv. approximately, about, circa, nearly.
n. boor, rowdy.
Quality of not being smooth or even Nou- roughness, unevenness, ruffle, Adj- rough, uneven.
adj. circular, annular,cylindrical; approximate. —n. revolution, cycle; circuit, ambit.
adj. circuitous, indi-rect.
adv. vigorously, earnestly.
n. gathering; summation.
v. waken, arouse, animate, stir, stimulate, excite, incite, in-flame.e.g -cause.
n. longshoreman, circus hand, ranch hand, odd-job man.
v.t. stampede, panic; discomfit, defeat, repulse.
n. path, road, way, course, passage, track, itinerary.
n. practice, procedure, sys-tem, habit, round, rut.
v.i. wander, ramble, meander.
adj. vagrant, restless, vacillating.
v. paddle, scull, oar.—n. rank, file, tier, range; quarrel, brawl, rumpus, melée.
n. skiff, dinghy, dory, longboat, whaleboat, shell, punt, gig.
n. ruffian, tough, hoodlum, bully, thug.
n. oarsman, oar, sculler, gal-ley slave, waterman, gondolier.
adj. regal, imperial, princely, magnificent.
v.t. buff, abrade, scour, polish; chafe, massage, stroke, graze; an-noy, disturb.
v. slang, murder, assassi-nate
n. eraser, eradicator; latex,galosh, arctic boot, wader, hipboot; rubber band; session, game.
n. slang, sightseer, busybody.
n. trash, waste, debris, lit-ter, junk.
rubbish, litter, trash, ref-use, waste; ruins, debris, remains, detritus, wreckage, shards, pieces.
n. massage ,a massage, especially after exercise or a steam bath.
n. slang, countryman, rustic, hick.
n. slang, uproar, commo-tion, racket.
adj. red, florid.
adj. barbarous, crude, primitive, rough,rugged; coarse,un-civil, insolent.
n. element, germ, em-bryo, root.
adj. elementary, abecedarian; embryonic, undeveloped, imperfect, vestigial.
adj. sorrowful, regretful, doleful; pitiable, deplorable, pa-thetic.
n. rowdy, bully, tough, thug.
v.t. gather, shirr, crinkle, corrugate,ripple, rumple, disarrange; vex, irritate.
n. mat, drugget, lap robe; slang, wig, hairpiece, toupee.
adj. craggy; shaggy, rough, unkempt; harsh, stern, uneven; unpolished, tempestuous.
n. destruction, downfall, wreck, remains, relic —v.t. wreck, impoverish, seduce.
adj. dilapidated, rundown; disastrous, calamitous, desolating, tragic
n. law, regulation; government, authority; ruler.
Regulation for standard procedure Nou- rule, law, ordinance,—settle, fix, Adj- regular.
n. sovereign , straightedge, folding rule, slide rule.
n. roll, hollow roar, rever-beration.
v.i. meditate, ponder; chew, chew the cud.
v. hunt, ransack; junk, odds and ends.
n. report, hearsay, gossip, common talk.
n. croup, buttocks; remain-der, fag, end; steak.
v.t. muss, dishevel, tousle, wrinkle, crumple.
n. informal, brawl, com-motion, disturbance.
v. scurry, hasten, travel, abscond; ply, flow; function.
v.t. disparage, criticize; enumerate, list; unwind.
v.t. arrest, imprison.
n. fugitive, escapee, truant, turntail, —adj. fugitive; uncontrollable.
adj. dilapidated, broken-down,weakened, weary,—n. informal, narrative, description.
n. rundle, round, spoke; step, degree.
n. race horse, racer, sprinter; messenger, courier,skid; rotor; rug, mat, scarf.
n. dwarf, pigmy. —adj. stunted, underdeveloped, tiny, wee.
n. rehearsal; recapitu-lation, recap (inf.).
n. channel; course; landing strip, airstrip, taxiway.
n. discord, schism, split, falling-out; break, rift, breach; hernia.
adj. rustic, provincial, coun-trified, bucolic, pastoral, arcadian, agrarian.
n. trick, stratagem, artifice, wile, subterfuge.
v. hurry, scurry, dash, speed, gush, surge; hasten, expedite, —n. haste, run, dash.
v. corrode, oxidize; deteriorate.e.g -deterioration, color.
adj. Rural, artless, rude, backwoods. —n. peasant, farmer, bumpkin, boor.
v.i. crackle, swish, whisk, whisper; informal, steal (cattle).
adj. reddish-brown; time-worn, frowsy, antiquated; out of practice.
n. groove, beaten path, track, furrow; habit, routine; heat.
adj. relentless, merciless, inexorable, cruel.
n. day of rest, Lord’s Day; Sunday, Saturday; First Day.
n. sabbatical year or leave, vacation.
n. sabre; sword, scimitar, broadsword, cutlass.
n. destruction, vandal-ism; subversion. —v.t. destroy, cripple, disable, undermine, scuttle.
n. pouch, pocket, cyst; vesicle; sound, bladder.
adj. sweet, sickening, cloying, sugary, fulsome.
n. bag; destruction, —v.t. ravage, plunder, pillage.—sack out, sleep.
n. rite, ceremony; host, consecrated bread or wine.
adj. hallowed, sanctified, sacrosanct, Ant. profane.—sacred cow, n. idol, god; tradition.
Scriptures Nou- a. scripture,the Bible, the Book, scriptural, biblical.
n. oblation, offering, self-denial. —v.t. renounce, give up.
n. desecration, profanation, blasphemy, impiety, irreverence, sin, trespass.
adj. hallowed ,saintly, lily-white (sl.)
adj. sorrowful, downcast, depressed, disconsolate,melancholy, gloomy, cheerless. Ant. happy
n. seat, pad; packsaddle, panel, hump, crest; slang, rig, hull.—v.t. embarrass; blame, accuse.
adj. cruel, brutal, fiendish; malicious, pernicious. Ant. gentle, kind.
n. journey, expedition, trek; caravan.
adj. secure, protected; un-harmed, intact; trustworthy.Ant. dangerous. —n. repository.
n. defense, protection, shield, egis; passport, safe-conduct, convoy.
n. care, custody, guardianship, protection.
Secure condition Nou- safety, safeness, Ver- be safe; land upon one’s feet; Adj- safe, secure.
v. droop, buckle, warp, curve; slouch, slump; weaken, fall off.
n. epic, prose narrative. any narrative or legend of heroic exploits.
adj. penetrating, shrewd, astute. Ant. ignorant.
n. & adj. acquaintance or familiarity gained by sight, experience, or report
v. cruise, voyage; set sail; navigate, traverse. —n. canvas; moonsail, lateen, lug,
n. a sailing vessel square-rigged on all of three or more masts.
n. seaman, mariner
n. hallow, pietist, apostle; patroness;saint-errant, angel (inf.), paragon (inf.). iAnt. devil,
adj. saintly; hallowed, sacred.
n. purpose, motive, reason; be-half, regard, good.
n. obeisance, curtsy, bow. a courteous, respectful, or considerate act or expression.
n. greens, herb, lettuce; tossed salad, cole slaw, aspic.—salad days, youth.
n. stipend, pay, remunera-tion, wage[s], hire, compensation, payment.
Transfer for money Nou- sale, selling, sell, vend,deaccession, salable, marketable
adj. outstanding, prominent, striking, momentous, signal.
n. spit, spittle, sputum.
v.i. drool, slaver. A substance that is excreted.
adj. yellow, muddy; sickly, pallid, wan, jaundiced.Ant. ruddy.
n. sortie, raid, foray, attack; excursion, riposte, repartee.
n. kipper, lox; alevin, parr, smolt, samlet.
n. drawing room, parlor, ball- reception, exhibition; gallery,beauty par-lor.
n. bar, tavern, taproom, bistro, oasis (sl.); hall, dining room, main cabin; sedan, four-door.
v.t. salinize; season; pickle, brine, drysalt, preserve, souse. —salt away, informal.
adj. briny, brackish, saline; corned, salted; racy, pungent.
n. healthfulness, whole-someness.
adj. healthful, wholesome; healing, medicinal,beneficial, good. Ant. unhealthful.
n. salute, address, greet-ing, welcome; reception, bow, curtsy.
v. welcome, greet, hail; un-cover, bow, curtsy, present arms, dip colors.
n. salvation, rescue, retrieval, recovery, —v.t. rescue, save, recover.
n. redemption, deliver-ance, reclamation, salvage. Ant.damna-tion.
n. ointment, balm, unguent; remedy, lenitive, emollient.
n. volley, gunfire, broadside, fusillade, riddling; fanfare, qualification.
adj. identical, selfsame, inter-changeable, alike, equivalent; mo-notonous. Ant. different.
n. specimen, example, ex-emplar, pattern; prototype, portion, taste, teaser.
n. sanitarium, health resort, retreat, hospital, rest home.
v.t. consecrate, bless, hallow, purify, beatify; sanction, authorize. Ant. damn.
adj. pietistic, hypocritical, goody-goody (inf.).
n. permission, confirmation, ratification, approval, approbation; interdiction.
n. chancel; refuge, asy-lum, immunity.
n. retreat; sacred place, sanctum sanctorum, holy of holies.
n. grit, granules; particle, grain,desert, otolith; courage, pluck, spunk. —v. sprinkle, dust.
n. slipper; thong, flip-flop; loafer.
n. combination, club, deli, hero, —v.t. insert; laminate.
adj. gritty, granular, grainy, arenaceous.
adj. rational Ant. insane.
Fr. cold blood; calm-ness; composure.
adj. sanguineous, gory, bloody; bloodthirsty, murderous, savage, cruel.
adj. cheerful, confident, hopeful; ruddy. Ant. hopeless.
n. an institution for the preservation or recovery of health, health resort.
adj. hygienic, clean, steril-ized, germ-free, safe, aseptic, antiseptic.
Mental soundness Nouns—sanity,normality, be sane.sane.
Fr. without care. insensibility, plea-sure. Ant. concerned.
n. plant juice, lifeblood; vigor, —v.t. undermine; tunnel; enfeeble, debilitate, devitalize.
adj. savory, to perceive or distinguish the flavor of anything.
n. seedling, treelet, treeling; stripling, youngster.
adj. vital; slang, foolish, silly,full of vitality and energy.
adj. scornful, contemptu-ous, withering, cynical, satiric, ironical, sardonic.
adj. scornful, derisive; caustic, malicious, twisted.e.g -disapprobation.
n. casement, casing; waistband, cummerbund, scarf; obi
n. slang, sauce, insolence.
n. satanic, the chief evil spirit; the great adversary of humanity; the devil.
n. bag, carpetbag, school-bag.e.g -receptacle.
v.t. satisfy; fill. to satisfy (any appetite or desire) fully.
n. hireling, dummy, pup-pet; moon; artificial satellite, space stationas
v. sate, satisfy; cloy, jade, make blasé; quench, slake, pall; glut, gorge
n. ridicule, sarcasm, irony, mockery, travesty, burlesque.
adj. cutting, bitter, sarcas-tic, wry, ironic, sardonic, lam-pooning, cynical
n. compensation, gratification, enjoyment, con-tent, contentment; atonement
v.t. content, set at ease; gratify, sate, appease; convince, assure; pay, liquidate
v.t. soak, fill, drench, im-pregnate, imbue.e.g -comple-tion, moisture, sufficiency.
n. festival, carnival; revel[ry], rejoicing, celebration.e.g -amusement.
adj. morose, phlegmatic.
n. faun, goat-man, panisc, demigod, godling; sensualist, lecher, rake, roué, wanton.
n. dressing, dip, gravy; com-pote; fillip, flavor, slang, liquor; informal, insolence
adj. pert, impertinent, impu-dent, bold; smart, chic, piquant.e.g -insolence.
v.i. stroll, loiter, amble, me-ander, ramble.e.g -travel, slow-ness.
n. frankfurter, frank, hot dog,wienie, Wurst, kielbasa, salami, pepper-oni; liverwurst, bratwurst
v.t. pan-fry, sear, blacken, brown .
wild, untamed, uncivi-lized, uncultivated; barbarous, fe-rocious, fierce, feral, cruel, rude; angry,
v.t. rescue, deliver, preserve, salvage, safeguard; store, lay up, keep, hoard; redeem, convert
n.pl. backlog, reserves, nest egg, bank account.e.g -store, economy.
n. rescuer, liberator; Saviour, Christ, Jesus, Mes-siah, Re-deemer
Fr. know-how; poise.
pleasant or agreeable in taste or smell:
n. informal, understanding, acuity, smarts (inf.).e.g -knowl-edge, skill.
n. proverb, maxim; blade, handsaw, hacksaw, ripsaw, etc
v.t. speak, tell, declare, state, aver, affirm, mention, allege, re-cite; decide.
n. saw, maxim, proverb, adage, epigram, dictum, ipse dixit.e.g -affirmation.
n. informal, assertion, state-ment; authority.
n. crust, cicatrice, eschar, in-crustation; strikebreaker, fink (sl.).e.g -covering.
n. sheath, case.a sheath for a sword or the like.
adj. scabby, scaly; diffi-cult, thorny; risqué, salacious.e.g -layer, difficulty, impurity.
n. framework, scaffolding, platform; gallows, gibbet.e.g -support.
v. [par]boil, steam, broil, stew, cook; burn, scorch, scathe, sear, seethe, simmer.e.g -heat.
n. balance, flake, scab, incrustation, horny plate, graduation, table, ratio, layer, covering,
n. hair, epicranium.e.g -cov-ering. —v.t. strip, flay; fleece, gouge
n. slang, swindle, scheme, con (sl.), deception.
n. good-for-nothing, rogue, rascal,v.t. skimp, scrimp; slight, botch, work carelessly
v.i. run, scurry, scuttle, skitter, scoot, flit, dash, dart, skip (inf.)
v.t. examine, study, scrutinize, give the once-over (sl.); look over, peruse, survey; contemplate
n. disgrace, infamy, shame, humiliation, stigma; defamation, slander
v. insult, defame, calum-niate, stigmatize; horrify, shock, appall, outrage
adj. scanty, limited, meager, inadequate, sparse.e.g -insuffi-ciency. Ant. plenteous.
n. goat, whipping boy; butt, tool, victim, dupe.e.g -sub-stitution.
n. blemish, flaw, cicatrix, pock; scab, crust; precipice, rock, crag
adj. rare, uncommon, defi-cient, scanty, few.e.g -insuffi-ciency, rarity
adv. hardly, barely.e.g -rarity, littleness.
v.t. frighten, alarm. to fill, especially suddenly, with fear or terror; frighten; alarm.
n. muffler, neckerchief, shawl; boa; sash, cornet, fichu, choker, veil, stole; cravat; snood
v.t. scratch; lacerate, harass.e.g -friction, furrow, discon-tent.
v.t. injure, harm, hurt, scorch; castigate, denounce, tear apart
v.t. strew, disperse, dissemi-nate, dispel, dissipate.e.g -disper-sion.
adj. absentminded, flighty, harebrained, daft, dizzy (inf.), daffy (inf.), barmy (Brit. sl.)
v. look (for), comb, pick, sift, hunt, cull, ransack, glean, scrounge
n. plot, script, text, book, libretto; summary, skeleton, screen-play, photoplay; typescript.
n. view, vista, landscape, panorama; site, location, setting; episode, event; outburst,
n. prospect, landscape, view, scene; mise en scène, set-ting, backdrop, wings, borders, etc.
adj. picturesque, theatrical, dramatic, stagy.e.g -drama, ap-pearance.
v.t. smell, detect; perfume. —n. odor, fragrance, aroma; sa-chet, perfume; track, trail, spoor.
n. staff, mace, rod, baton, wand; rod of empire; insignia of authority.
n. list, catalog, inventory, record, agenda, outline, register; timetable, calendar, time sheet.
n. scheme, diagram, plan.
n. plan, plot, project, de-sign, intrigue; system, method; cunning.
n. disjunction, division, dissent, separation, split;factionalism, faction,
n. savant, sage bookworm; man of learn-ing, letters, or education;
n. learning, erudition, knowledge; scholastic or finan-cial aid, fellowship, bursary.
n.school, academy, university, alma mater, college, multiversity
n. education, learning.
n. knowledge, skill,effi-ciency, technology.
adj. systematic, accurate, exact, sound.
v. glisten, twinkle, sparkle, glitter, coruscate, shine; be charming or witty, effervesce,
n. sprout, shoot, twig, cutting, graft; heir, descendant.
n.pl. shears, trimmer, cut-ter, clipper, secateur.
v.t. jeer, be contemptuous or derisive (of), flout, laugh (at).
v. reprove, rebuke, rate, chide, berate, tongue-lash, bawl out (sl.).
n. scooper, ladle, dipper, spoon; slang, news, story, beat, lead, exclusive, dope
v.i. informal, dash, run, dart, scurry, scamper; leave, depart, go, decamp, exit,
n. extent, range, sweep, com-pass, space, sphere, field.e.g -breadth, degree, freedom.
v.t. char, singe, brown, blacken, toast, roast, parch, shrivel, informal, speed, burn up the road.
n. account, reckoning, tally, record; reason; twenty; music, or-chestration, arrangement,
n. contempt, disdain, super-ciliousness; derision, ridicule. —v.t. despise, disdain, c
adj. clear, free
n. knave, villain, rascal, rogue, blackguard.e.g -evildoer. Ant. angel, good person.
v.t. scrub, abrade, polish, cleanse; search, range.e.g -fric-tion, cleanness, inquiry.
n. whip, strap, belt, lash, horsewhip; punishment, curse, affliction, bane, nuisance, plague.
n. spy, observer, spotter, out-rider, reconnoiterer, forerunner.e.g -precedence, inquiry.
v.i. frown; lower, glower.e.g -disapprobation. Ant. smile, grin.
adj. irregular, ragged.
v.i. slang, go away, leave
v.i. clamber, swarm, struggle, scrabble, tussle, scuffle.e.g -contention, disorder, haste.
n. bit, crumb, morsel; splin-ter, fragment, chip; whit, tittle, jot, speck; slang, fight, tussle.
n. album, looseleaf.
v. graze, brush; scratch, rasp, abrade, grind; grate; curtsy, bow.
adj. slang, pugnacious, contentious, argumentative.e.g -contention.
v. score, gash, scrape, rasp, wound, lacerate, deface; erase, withdraw, scribble,
v.t. scribble, scratch.
adj. underweight, puny, rawboned, bony, meager, lean.e.g -narrowness. Ant. plump, overweight.
v.i. shriek, screech, shrill, yell, cry.e.g -loudness.
n. partition, curtain, shield, mask, protection, shelter; netting, mesh; sieve, sifter, bolter
n. spiral, helix, volute; twist; propeller, prop, jack; pressure, co-ercion; extortionist, niggard,
adj. twisted, tortuous, spi-ral; slang, crazy, eccentric.e.g -convolution, unconformity.
v. scrawl, scratch. —n. scrawl, hen tracks.e.g -writing.
n. scrivener, secretary, amanuensis, clerk, copyist; writer, author.e.g -writing.
n. free-for-all, fracas, scuffle, tussle, brawl.e.g -con-tention.
v. curtail, limit, pinch, tighten, reduce; economize, skimp, stint, save, niggardize.
n. handwriting, penmanship, calligraphy, cursive, round hand; scenario, libretto, book, screen-play,
biblical, sacred; prophetic, evangelical, evangelis-tic, apostolic, inspired, apocalyp-tic,
Often, Scriptures. Also called Holy Scripture, Holy Scriptures
n. roll, list, memorial; volute, flourish.e.g -ornament, writ-ing.
v. pilfer, sponge.
v.t. rub, scour, holystone, swab, mop.e.g -friction, clean-ness.
adj. wretched, shabby; un-dersize, stunted.e.g -shortness, unimportance.
adj. unkempt, shabby.
adj. informal, first-rate; delicious, tasty.e.g -taste, goodness. Ant. bad-tasting.
n. doubt, perplexity, mis-giving, reluctance, unwilling-ness, qualm, conscience.e.g -pro-bity.
exact, careful; fas-tidious, meticulous, punctilious; conscientious; upright, moral.
n. examination, inspec-tion, investigation, inquiry.
v.t. scratch, abrade, scrape; disfigure.e.g -friction.
n. strife, tussle, struggle, contest, contention, fray, fracas, brawl; shuffle.
Art of carving or sculptingsculpture, sculpting, sandblasting; plastic arts; sculpture, carve,
n. froth, foam; slag, dross; mother (in fermentation); riff-raff.e.g -uncleanness, populace, layer.
adj. flaky, scabby, squa-mous, flocculent, furfuraceous.e.g -layer.
adj. abusive, foul-mouthed, vituperative, insulting, offensive, coarse, vulgar, oppro-brious.
v.i. hasten, dash, scuttle, scoot.e.g -haste.
scorbutus, scurf, Werl-hof’s or Barlow’s disease.scorbutic, scurfy; villainous, mean, low, nasty,
n. hod, receptacle, pail, bucket; scoop, shovel; hatch[way], hole, opening.
n. cask; slang, gossip, rumor, hearsay.e.g -informa-tion.
n. ocean, main, lake; wave, bil-low, swell; profusion, multi-tude.e.g -water.
n. seashore, seaside, seaboard.
n. shellfish, fish.
n. die, stamp, signet; emboss-ment, wafer, stamp; guarantee, confirmation; safeguard, stopper.
n. ridge, junction; scar, wrinkle, furrow; stratum, bed, layer.
n. mariner, sailor, salt, tar, gob (sl.), seadog, seafarer.e.g -navigation.
seamstress, n. sewer, stitcher; dressmaker, tailor[ess].e.g -clothing.
adj. sordid, worst.unpleasant or sordid; low; disagreeable
n. session, gathering, sitting, council; spiritualism, spirit-rapping.e.g -assemblage.
n. flying boat; hydroplane, amphibian, water plane, aeroboat, supermarine.e.g -aviation.
sere, dry, arid, desiccated, waterless, dry-as-dust; barren, sterile, effete; yellow, pale, color-less.
hunt, seek, look for; ex-plore, examine, penetrate; probe; test.quest, pursuit; in-quiry, examination,
adj. penetrating, keen, sharp; rigorous, unsparing.e.g -severity. Ant. superficial.
n. seaside, shore, strand, beach; [sea]coast, littoral, coast-line, waterfront.e.g -land.
n. mal de mer, nau-pathia; nausea, queasiness, qualm.
period, time, spell, interval.harden, acclimate, habituate, inure, accustom; prepare, age, cure,
adj. suitable, opportune, timely.
n. relish, condiment, flavor,
n. chair, bench, howdah, etc ,
n. algae, fucus, kelp, conferva, carrageen.
v.i. withdraw, separate, bolt.
Shutting awayseclusion, privacy; retirement; reclusion, recess; rustication, be secluded, keep aloof,
n. moment, instant, trice, twinkling; backer, supporter, as-sistant.
n. habit.n acquired habit or tendency in one's character that is so deeply ingrained as to appear automatic
clairvoyance ,the faculty of seeing future events; clairvoyance.
n. reconsideration, afterthought, change of mind.
adj. subordinate, minor, inferior, second-rate; resultant, consequent.e.g -inferiority, ef-fect.
v.t. anticipate, pre-dict.
adj. used, hand-me-down; indirect, hearsay, unoriginal.
adj. inferior, lesser, secondary, next best; mediocre, second-class, also-ran (inf.),
Kept private Nouns—secret; dead secret, profound secret; mystery; secrete, hide, conceal
n. amanuensis, clerk; min-ister, administrator; desk, es-critoire.e.g -writing
v.t. hide, conceal, mask; separate, prepare, excrete.e.g -concealment, excretion.
n. denomination, faction, fol-lowing, school, fellowship.e.g -class, heterodoxy.
adj. denominational; non-conformist, unorthodox, hetero-dox, heretical; dissident, schis-matic,
n. separation, disjunction, division; segment, part, portion, cross section; book, chapter;
adj. lay, temporal, profane, mundane, worldly, earthly.
adj. safe; firm, stable; certain. —v.t. make safe; obtain ,
Guarantysecurity, guaranty, guarantee; gage, warranty, bond, tie,
n. vehicle, automobile, lim-ousine, landau[let], closed or touring car; litter
adj. staid, calm, inexcitable, serious, dignified, serene, demure, decorous, composed
n. alleviation; narcosis, hypnosis; sedative.e.g -remedy. sedative, n. sedation; tranquilizer,
adj. stationary, seated; inactive, sluggish, passive; non-migratory
n. alluvium, silt, settlings, precipitate, lees, dregs, heeltap.e.g -remainder, uncleanness.
n. incitement, insurgence, disloyalty.e.g -disobedience.
v.t. lead astray, lure, entice, corrupt, inveigle; debauch, betray.e.g -impurity, attraction.
adj. diligent, industrious, assiduous, persevering, persistent.e.g -activity, tenacity.
v. view, descry, behold; discern, perceive, comprehend; observe, note; know, experience
inelegance. Ant. informal, natural.
direction, party, assemblage, class, form, drama.
n. germ, ovule, semen, milt; cause, origin; offspring, children, descendants; grain, corn
adj. gone to seed or to pot; shabby, rundown, shoddy, grubby (inf.), grimy (inf.); broken-down,
v.t. search for, hunt, pursue; re-quest, solicit; try, attempt, en-deavor.e.g -inquiry, pursuit.
v.i. appear, look.
adj. decorous, proper, be-coming, decent, fitting.e.g -expe-dience,
v. leak, ooze, drain, drip, ex-ude; trickle.e.g -egress.
seeress, n. prophet, crystal gazer, clairvoyant; soothsayer, or-acle.e.g -prediction.
v.i. teeter[-totter]; waver, vacillate, dilly-dally; crossruff.e.g -oscillation.
v. boil, stew, simmer; steep, soak; fume, chafe.e.g -heat, resentment, agitation, ex-citability.
n. slice, portion; compo-nent, member, branch, part.
v.t. separate, set or keep apart, single out, discriminate; quarantine, isolate; exclude.
v.t. grasp, clutch; capture, ar-rest, appropriate, confiscate; af-flict; attach, distrain;
n. confiscation, appropria-tion, arrest, capture; attack, fit, spell, stroke
adv. rarely, not often, infre-quently.e.g -rarity. Ant. often, frequently.
v.t. choose, pick, prefer, elect, opt, specify, designate.e.g -choice.
n. ego, I; being, essence; per-sonality, identity, individuality, persona; mind, soul, spirit,
adj. egotistic; selfish.e.g -selfishness, vanity. Ant. selfless.
adj. self-reliant or -assured, sure of oneself, poised, cocky, cocksure, smug
adj. self-aware, in-trospective; shy, embarrassed; un-sure, hesitant
n. self-discipline, -pos-session, or -restraint; poise, com-posure; reserve.e.g -resolution.
n. self-preservation; martial arts, karate, judo, etc.e.g -defense.
n. self-sacrifice, abnega-tion, renunciation, asceticism.e.g -unselfishness.
adj. diffident, modest.e.g -modesty. Ant. self-centered, vain.
n. pride, self-respect; egotism, conceit, vanity.
adj. autonomous, independent, sovereign.
adj. unrestrained, selfish, sensual, voluptuous, unbridled, sybaritic.
Devotion to oneselfselfishness, self-indulgence, self-interest; egotism, egoism
having little or no concern for oneself, especially with regard to fame, position, money
adj. autogenous, sponta-neous; self-educated, self-taught, autodidactic; raised up
adj. smug, priggish; supercilious; sacrosanct, sancti-monious;
to transfer (goods) to or render (services) for another in exchange for money
n. informal, deception, be-trayal, treachery, double-dealing; depletion
n. likeness, resem-blance, aspect; counterfeit, copy, imitation; appearance
n. sperm, seed, jism (sl.), come (sl.).e.g -excretion.
n. stickiness, viscid-ity, viscosity; glutinosity; adhe-siveness; inspissation, incrassa-tion
adj. germinal; rudimentary, fundamental; productive, creative, catalytic
n. study group, tutorial. a small group of students, as in a university
n. school, academy; the-ological school; seminar.
Lat. ever faithful
Lat. ever ready. always ready: motto of the U.S. Coast Guard
n. legislator, congressman or -woman; solon, lawgiver, statesman.e.g -council.
v.t. dispatch, forward, trans-mit, broadcast; impel, drive
n. farewell, good-bye; outset, beginning.
n. slang, parody, ridicule ,
n. dotage, second childhood, superannuation, old age, degeneration, decrepitude.
adj. elder, older; superior, top-ranking.e.g -age. Ant. junior. top-ranking.e.g -age. Ant. junior
n. age, primogeniture; precedence, priority.
n. feeling, perception, consciousness, impression; furor.
adj. melodramatic, thrilling, startling; lurid, yellow.
n. meaning, import; perception, feeling; judgment, appreciation; opinion, consensus.
adj. unconscious; foolish, stupid, dull; meaningless, unreasonable, absurd.
Receptivitysensibility, sensitivity, sensitiveness; feeling,
adj. perceptive, conscious, impressionable, tender, susceptible, sentient; alert, aware;
adj. voluptuous, carnal; salacious, lewd; sybaritic, epi-curean.e.g -intemperance, pleasure.
n. voluptuary; epicure; libertine.e.g -intemperance, pleasure.
adj. sensitive, aesthetic, hedonistic; emotional, pleasura-ble.e.g -sensibility, pleasure.
n. statement, expression; judgment, decision, penalty.e.g -speech, condemnation, writ-ing.
adj. terse, laconic, pithy, succinct, curt; didactic.e.g -maxim, taciturnity.
adj. perceptive, sensitive, feeling, responsive, alive.e.g -sensibility, feeling. Ant
n. opinion, feeling; sensitivity, delicacy, sympathy; motto, toast.e.g -belief, sensi-bility.
adj. emotional, roman-tic, simpering, maudlin, mawkish.e.g -sensibility.
sentry, n. watchman, guard, lookout, picket.e.g -de-fense.
v. divide, disunite, discon-nect, part, detach, sever, keep apart, isolate, segregate,
n. tomb, vault, crypt, mausoleum, sarcophagus.e.g -in-terment.
n. upshot, outcome, continu-ation; consequence, appendix, epilogue,
Order of successionsequence, coming after; going after, following,
v. seclude, isolate, sepa-rate; cloister, shut up or away, immure, confine; confiscate, com-mandeer
n. spangle . seraph, n. angel.
adj. withered, dry. the series of stages in an ecological succession.
n. serenata, cassation, nocturne, shivaree.e.g -music. —v. sing to, entertain,
n. happy chance, good luck; discovery, fortuity.
adj. calm, placid, tranquil, unperturbed; clear, unclouded,content.
n. bondman, esne, villein, vas-sal; peasant.
n. noncommissioned offi-cer, NCO; staff sergeant, sergeant major, top sergeant, top
adj. seriatim; sequential, continuous, ordered, ranked, ep-isodic; consecutive; to be contin-ued.
n. sequence, set, succession, chain, progression, cycle.e.g -continuity.
adj. grave, momentous, solemn; earnest, resolute; impor-tant, weighty; alarming, critical.
n. homily, lecture, dis-course, dissertation, exhorta-tion.e.g -rite,
adj. snaky, reptilian, herpetic; sinuous, slithery; wind-ing, tortuous, snaking; cunning, wily
adj. serrated, saw-edged or -toothed, dentate; jagged; crenu-late, scalloped.e.g -sharpness.
adj. crowded, packed, dense.
n. antitoxin, vaccine; anti-gen, agglutinin; plasma; whey, water.e.g -fluidity.
One who serves anotherservant, servitor, domestic, menial, help; retainer
v. attend, wait on ; replace; aid; avail, be of use; supply; suffice
n. aid, help, duty; servitude, ministration, employment; wor-ship, ritual, armed forces; wear
adj. useful, functional . Ant. useless, out of service.
servicewoman, n. a member of the armed forces of a country.
Obsequiousnessservility, obsequiousness, subserviency; abasement 1, cringe
n. slavery, subjection.
n. sitting, meeting; period, term, semester; conference
v. place, put, station; arrange, prepare; establish; mount; adjust, regulate
n. backslide; relapse, re-verse, reversion, regression
n. seat, settle, bench, form, sofa, lounge.e.g -support.
n. background, backdrop; location, place[ment], site, lo-cale, scene, environment, mi-lieu
v. define, fix, confirm, ap-point; agree upon; resolve, deter-mine, decide, conclude; tranquil-ize
n. arrangement; disposi-tion, reconciliation, compromise, agreement, judgment; colony,
n. colonist, pioneer, emi-grant, homesteader.
n. informal, fight, brawl.
n. arrangement, situation, fa-cilities, plant, layout; makeup, plan, composition
v.t. cut off, cleave, separate, sunder, part; disjoin, dissolve
adj. individual, distinct, separate
n. separation; dissolu-tion, disjunction; severance pay, payoff.e.g -payment.
adj. austerity, serious, earnest; rigorous, trying; harsh, strict; sharp, distressing, extreme.
Strictnessseverity; strictness, harshness, rigor, stringency, be severe,domineer
v.t. stitch, mend, baste, seam.
n. refuse, garbage, rubbish, waste, offal; drainage.
n. seamstress; drain, cloaca, culvert, conduit, passage, sluice.
Interaction between the sexes
n. sexual discrimination; machismo.e.g -injustice.
adj. neuter, asexual; gelded, castrated, emasculated, spayed, altered, fixed; impotent
n. sacristan, verger; vestry-man, beadle.e.g -clergy.
adj. carnal, sensual; erotic.e.g -desire, male, female, impu-rity, sex.
adj. slang, voluptuous, seduc-tive, erotic; lewd, lascivious; wan-ton
adj. dilapidated, seedy, run-down, threadbare; mean, sorry, pitiful, contemptible.
n. hut, shanty, shed, hovel.
n. fetter, hobble, manacle, gyve, handcuff, bond; check, curb. —v.t. bind, restrain; handcuff, ,
n. shadiness, shadow, um-brage, gloom, gloaming, dimness, darkness; obscurity; duskiness
n. umbra, silhouette, shade; spy, follower; reflection; shelter, protection
adj. shadowy, indistinct; in-formal, uncertain, questionable, sinister.
n. arrow, spear; beam, ray; handle; bar, axle; thill; column, pillar
adj. nappy, fuzzy, wooly; unkempt, scragg[l]y, stubbly, bearded, tangled;bearded, hirsute; matted
v. vibrate, agitate, shiver, brandish, flourish, rock, sway, wave
n. slang, extortion ,
n. agitation, disturbance; reorganization, overhaul, revolution
adj. trembling, wavering, unsteady; insecure, unstable.
Lack of depth, superficialityshallowness, shoalness, flatness
Hebrew, peace be with you.
n. counterfeit, imitation, fake; pretense, dissimulation; humbug; imposture
n.pl. slaughterhouse, abattoir ; wreck, chaos, mess.e.g -disorder.
n. humiliation, mortifica-tion, abashment; ignominy, re-proach, disgrace, dishonor.
adj. ashamed, humili-ated, mortified
adj. disgraceful, de-plorable
adj. brazen, barefaced, unblushing, graceless, wanton, immodest.e.g -insolence, impu-rity.
v.t. abduct, kidnap, im-press, commandeer.e.g -compul-sion.
n. leg, shin; shaft, stem; han-dle; informal, end, remainder.e.g -support.
n. shack, shed; hovel, tum-bledown; hutch, bungalow.e.g -abode.
n. form, figure, contour; pattern, mold; state, condition.
adj. amorphous, vague, ill-defined; disorganized; misshapen, distorted
adj. well-built, -proportioned, or -developed, curvaceous
n. potsherd; fragment, piece, splinter.
n. portion, part, allotment, quota, dole, cut (sl.). —v. Apportion
n. dogfish, hammerhead, etc.; sharper, swindler
adj. Cutting ; distinct, well-defined; abrupt, angular; pungent, penetrating
n. cardsharp, slicker, cheat[er], swindler, chiseler, crook, con man, gyp; shark, mechanic.
Fine cutting edge or pointsharpness, acuity, acumination; spinosity.
n. marksman or -woman, crack shot; sniper.e.g -combatant, arms.
v. splinter, shiver, smash, disintegrate; destroy; madden, craze; crash, shatter.
v.t. pare, plane, crop; skim, graze; cheapen, mark down, trim.e.g -deduction
n. slice, paring, scale, layer.e.g -part, filament.
n. scarf, stole, mantle, serape, mantilla, wrap; tallith.e.g -clothing.
n. bundle, fagot; cluster, batch, bunch; quiver; fascicle, packet, bale. —v.t. Sheave
v. clip, scissor; cut, lop, snip, trim, prune; shave, mow, fleece; despoil, strip
n.pl. scissors, clippers
n. scabbard, sheathing, case, envelope, casing; involucre, cap-sule, fascia
n. shelter, lean-to; shack, shanty, hangar, train shed.e.g -abode. —v.t. spill, pour out
n. light, gleam, luster, shine, glow, shimmer, splendor.e.g -smoothness.
n. ram, ewe, lamb; bighorn, karakul; mutton; congregation, parish; follower.e.g -
adj. shamefaced, blushing, downcast, coy.e.g -modesty. Ant. brazen, wolfish.
adj. utter, absolute; mere, simple; thin, diaphanous; perpen-,
n. bedsheet; shroud, winding sheet, cerement; page, leaf, folio; plane, surface
n. ledge, mantel, mantelpiece; sandbank, reef.e.g -support.
v.t. bomb, bombard, cannon-ade, strafe, pepper; shuck, strip, pod, hull.e.g -attack, divest-ment
n. varnish. —v.t. varnish; slang, defeat, clobber.e.g -cover-ing, success.
n. refuge, retreat, sanctuary, asylum; cover, security, protec-tion, safety
v.t. put aside or off, post-pone.e.g -disuse, lateness.
n.pl. foolery, pranks, horseplay.e.g -amusement.
n. herder, sheepherder, herdsman; pastor, clergyman; Good Shepherd
n. ice, sorbet, granita.
n. peace officer, marshal.
n. armor, safeguard, screen; protection, protector, aegis; arms, escutcheon
v. veer, vary, change; equivo-cate; contrive, get along; transfer; substitute
adj. lazy, indolent, improvident, thriftless, negligent. Shifty
n. slang, accomplice; decoy, ex-plant.
n. cudgel ,a cudgel, traditionally of blackthorn or oak.
v.i. vacillate, waver; dawdle, loiter.
n. flicker, glimmer, gleam, sheen, glint, twinkle.
n. shinbone, tibia, shank, leg.
n. slang, party, gala, affair, celebration, spree, shindy.
v. glow, gleam, scintillate; ex cel; polish, wax, burnish.
n. roof or wall slate; signboard; beach gravel; bob.
Vehicle for navigation on watership, vessel, sail; craft, bottom; airship sail
n. delivery, conveyance, carriage, truckage; load
adj. trim, tidy, neat, or-derly, spruce; prepared, set; me-thodical; taut, seaworthy
n. derelict, castaway, wreckage, flotsam, hulk; ruin, bankruptcy, etc.—v. wreck, ruin
v. evade, shun, neglect; slack, soldier, malinger, goldbrick (sl.).e.g -avoidance.
n. blouse, chamise[tte], camisole, shift, plastron.e.g -clothing.
v.i. tremble, shudder, quiver, shake; shatter, splinter, burst.
n. school, multitude, host, horde; shallow, sandbar.e.g -as-semblage, lowness.
v.t. shake, jar, jolt; startle, surprise, horrify, scandalize, dis-gust; paralyze
adj. distressing, horrible, abominable, odious, opprobrious, ghastly, indecent, dire
adj. inferior, low-grade, shabby; tawdry, gimcrack; sham, vulgar, common; low, mean
n. footwear; footgear; sandal
n. cobbler, bootmaker.
n. —on a shoestring, economically, cheaply
v.t. chase, disperse, scatter, dispel.
v. rush, dart; sprout, burgeon, grow; fire, discharge
n. mart, market, store, bazaar, emporium; office, workshop, shoppe, works, factory, mill
n. tradesman, merchant, dealer, retailer.e.g -sale.
n. thief, kleptomaniac.
n. coast, beach, coastline; bank, strand, shingle, seaside.e.g -land.
adj. brief, concise, curt; defi-cient, failing; compact, stubby
n. deficiency, shortcom-ing.e.g -insufficiency. Ant. abundance, overstock.
v.t. informal, cheat, gyp.
n. failing, foible, weakness, fault; deficiency, de-fect, default; delinquency
n. fat, lard, butter, suet, [oleo]margarine, oil.
n. deficiency, deficit
n. stenography, phonog-raphy, stenotypy, stenology; Pit-man, Gregg, Speedwriting.e.g -writing.
adj. understaffed, short.e.g -insufficiency.
adj. transitory, imper-manent, mortal, perishable, ephemeral, fugitive
adv. soon; briefly, con-cisely, curtly.
Lack of lengthshortness, brevity, briefness, conciseness
adj. myopic, near-sighted; improvident
adj. brief, temporary.e.g -transientness. Ant. long-term.
adj. dyspn[o]eic, broken-winded, asthmatic, wheezy.e.g -weariness.
adj. propelled, struck , interspersed, ball, pellet; discharge, stroke
n. scapula; projection, abutment.e.g -angularity, con-vexity. —v. assume, bear, carry; sustain
v. & n. scream, call, bawl, bellow, yell; whoop, cheer, roar
v. push, hustle; urge, thrust, force; crowd, cram, wedge; shoul-der, jostle
n. spade, digger; scoop[er], excavator, trowel, scuttle. —v. dig, excavate
v. exhibit, display; explain, teach; demonstrate, prove, guide, escort; appear, stand out
v.t. appear, arrive; eclipse, overshadow, put to shame.e.g -ap-pearance, superiority.
v.i. show off, parade, grandstand .
n. display case or win-dow; vitrine, étalage; exhibition; repository, reliquary; étagère
n. confrontation, face-off; climax, denouement; settling of accounts
n. rain, sprinkle, drizzle; spate; volley; fall.e.g -water, as-semblage, cleanness.
n. performance; display, exhibition.e.g -disclosure, os-tentation.
n. exhibitor, impresario, producer.e.g -drama, ostenta-tion.
n. skill, stagecraft; dramaturgy, histrionics; ostenta-tion, style, garishness, exhibi-tionism
n. display, ostentation; exhibitionist, peacock
n. [display] model, para-digm, classic.e.g -perfection, superiority.
adj. conspicuous, colorful; ornate, florid, flashy, gaudy
n. strip, tatter, remnant, snip-pet, scrap; modicum, bit, particle, speck; trace, vestiges.
n. termagant, scold, virago, vixen, fishwife, henpecker, bel-dame.e.g -evildoer, female.
adj. clever, keen, far-sighted, astute; cunning, wily, artful; sharp
v.i. scream, screech, shrill, squeal.e.g -cry.
adj. sharp, piercing, strident, high-pitched, piping, penetrating, poignant.e.g -loudness, cry.
n. altar, temple; recepta-cle (for sacred objects), reli-quary; tomb.
v. contract, shrivel, dimin-ish, wizen; flinch, draw back, re-coil, wince, quail
v. shrink, wrinkle, wizen, pucker; wither, sear.e.g -con-traction, fold.
n. winding sheet, grave-clothes; pall; screen, cloak, veil.e.g -interment, concealment.
n. shrubbery; scrub, bush, ar-buscle, hedge, treelet.e.g -veg-etable.
v. raise the shoulders.e.g -in-dication, disapprobation, dis-like.
v.i. tremble, quake, quiver, ,
v. rearrange, switch, shift, mix, intermingle, jumble; scuff, drag; fidget; scuffle
v.t. avoid, elude, evade, es-chew; cut, ignore; steer clear of.e.g -avoidance.
v.t. turn aside, sidetrack, get rid of.e.g -deviation.
v.t. close, fold; imprison, con-fine; silence; cease operations
n. stoppage, cessation, end, termination, halt; layoff, sit-down strike, closing
confined to one's home, a hospital, etc., as from illness.
n. blind[s], louver, persi-ennes; screen, grille.e.g -con-cealment.
the sliding container that carries the lower thread in a sewing machine.
adj. bashful, reserved, retiring, demure; cautious, suspicious, wary; timid, skittish, fearful
a lawyer who uses unprofessional or questionable methods
adj. & n. hissing; whisper-ing; whistling.e.g -sound.
n. kinsman; brother, sister, sib.e.g -relation.
adj. ill, ailing, diseased; nause-ated; disgusted, fed up (sl.); bored
v. ail; languish, droop, waste away; cloy, weary; make ill
adj. invalid, ailing, unwell; debilitated, languid, peaked; wan, ,
Terminal surface Nouns—side, flank, quarter, lee, leeward, weather, windward
any effect of a drug, chemical, or other medicine that is in addition to its intended effect
n. informal, buddy, part-ner.e.g -friend, accompani-ment.
n. hobby, avocation, pas-time.e.g -amusement, business.
v. avoid, circumvent, evade; jockey, parry; equivocate.e.g -avoidance.
v.t. graze, carom, skirt.
v.t. divert, distract.e.g -deviation, inattention.
n. walk, footwalk, cross-walk, pavement; footpath, foot-way, banquette
adv. laterally, edgeways,crabwise
n. sidetrack, [track] spur; paneling, boarding.e.g -cover-ing, deviation.
v. edge, crab; sidestep, skirt, flank; slither.e.g -deviation, obliquity, side.
n. investment, encirclement; besiegement, blockade, belea-guerment; period
n. nap, snooze, doze, rest.
n. riddle, colander, sifter, screen, strainer, bolter.e.g -open-ing.
v.t. separate, bolt, screen, sort; examine, scrutinize, segregate, eliminate
v.i. suspire, sough, moan; long, yearn, or grieve (for).e.g -wind, desire, lamentation.
n. vision, eyesight; view, vista, scene; appearance, aspect, look; spectacle
adj. blind, eyeless, unsee-ing; amaurotic; invisible, imper-ceptible
n. tour[ing], tourism; excursion, expedition; globetrot-ting
n. omen,portent; indication,symptom, token, mark; symbol, emblem;
enlist, enroll,an act or instance of signing up.
n. sign, watchword, cue; alarm, warning, direction, order; traffic light
v. indicate, point out; cel-ebrate.e.g -indication, celebra-tion.
n. signer, signator; wit-ness, testifier; subscriber, party, under writer,
n. autograph, hand, fist (sl.), John Hancock (inf.), John Henry (inf.); sign manual
adj. important, conse-quential; meaningful, expressive.e.g -importance, meaning. Ant.
v.t. show; declare, portend; mean, denote, express, connote, indicate.e.g -meaning, impor-tance.
Absence of soundsilence; stillness, quiet, peace, hush; inaudibility
n. shadow [figure], shad-owgram, skiagraph or -gram; out-line, profile, cutout, cameo.e.g -form.
adj. silken, sericeous; satiny, lustrous; flossy, sleek, smooth, luxurious; suave, mellifluous.
n. windowsill, ledge, shelf; threshold, base, support; frame, beam.
adj. witless, foolish, stupid, childish; fatuous, inane
n. grainery, granary, grain ele-vator; crib, bin; storehouse
n. sediment, deposit, alluvium, loess, clay.e.g -uncleanness, remainder.
n. argentum, sterling, silver plate; [small or loose] change, cash; pin or hard money
Resemblancesimilarity, resemblance, likeness, similitude
n. figure of speech, comparison.
v. boil, cook, bubble, parboil; effervesce, fizz; fume, chafe, brood, fret, ferment.
n. slave driver, martinet ,
adj. congenial, amiable.
v.i. smile, smirk; strut, prance.
adj. elementary, uncomplicated; plain, common; unassuming, humble
adj. foolish, ingen-uous; simple, moronic, imbecilic.e.g -folly, ignorance.
Lack of complicationsimpleness, classicism; purity, homogeneity
n. dunce, blockhead, moron, ninny, nincompoop, inno-cent, fool, nitwit, dope
adj. naive; oversimpli-fied.e.g -simpleness, ignor-ance.
v.t. imitate, resemble, mimic; feign, counterfeit, pretend.e.g -falsehood, imitation.
adj. coincident, con-current, contemporaneous
n. impiety, sacrilege, transgres-sion, wickedness, impurity, iniq-uity, vice
adv. ago, later, subsequently, afterwards. —conj. because, inas-much
adj. honest, genuine; ingen-uous, forthright, unreserved, can-did; cordial, hearty
Lat. [pre]requisite, necessity.e.g -importance.
n. easy job, snap, cinch, gravy (sl.).e.g -facility.
adj. fibrous, wiry, stringy; strong, well-knit.e.g -strength.
adj. iniquitous, wicked; un-godly, impious.e.g -wrong. Ant. sinless.
v. troll; chant, carol, intone, warble; laud, praise
v.t. scorch, sear. to burn superficially or slightly; scorch.
n. vocalist, songster
adj. one, separate, solitary, individual; unmarried; unique, sole; detached
adj. alone, solo; by oneself, independent, unassisted
adj. one-track, nar-row[-minded]; resolute, stubborn, determined
adj. unique, individual; pe-culiar, unusual, odd, eccentric; ex-ceptional, rare; extraordinary
adj. ominous, unlucky, por-tentous; left; evil, bad; unpropi-tious, baleful
v. founder, drown, go down; ebb, wane, decline, lapse, settle, subside
adj. impeccable, virtuous, in-nocent, immaculate; absolved, shriven
adj. winding, curvy; devi-ous, convoluted. .
v. drink, imbibe, taste; siphon, suck. —n. taste, soupçon, sam-pling; drink
v. beget, father.the male parent of a quadruped.
n. water nymph, temptress, vamp, vampire, gold digger (sl.), Circe, Lorelei
n. informal, weakling, milk-sop, milquetoast, mama’s boy, mollycoddle
n. kinswoman; nun, sister of mercy, religieuse; associate, soror, fellow
v.i. sit down, perch; pose; hold session, convene; fit, suit; brood; be situated.e.g -location.
n. position, location. sitting, n. session; séance.e.g -as-semblage.
v. place, locate; set, station, put; lie, be situated.e.g -loca-tion.
n. place, location; posi-tion, site; state, predicament, plight, case, circumstance
Ample dimensions, size, magnitude, dimension, bulk, volume; enlarge; grade, assort, graduate
v. crepitate, fizz, crackle, sp[l]utter; scorch, broil, fry, sear; burn, swelter.e.g -heat.
n. coil; tangle, twist, snarl.e.g -convolution.
n. frame[work]; outline, diagram; bones, bony structure.e.g -support, plan, remainder.
n. doubter, agnostic, free-thinker, doubting Thomas, ques-tioner; infidel; unbeliever.
v.t. draw, outline, block out, rough in; state briefly; draft, chart, map.
adj. oblique, distorted.
a long pin of wood or metal for inserting through meat or other food to hold or bind it in cooking.
n. sideslip; incline; runner, check, curb, brake; skidway, travois; (pl.) slang, skid row.
Expertnessskill, skillfulness, address; dexterity, dexterousness; be skillful,,
n. frying pan, frypan, spider; saucepan, casserole.e.g -recep-tacle.
v. scum; strain, cream, sepa-rate; scan, thumb through; glide, skip, skid, graze, brush, touch
v. scrimp, stinge, stint; econ-omize.e.g -economy, neglect. Ant. spend, squander.
adj. meager, scanty ,
v.t. flay, peel,Slang, fleece, cheat. integu-ment, cuticle, dermis, epidermis; pelt,
n. niggard, scrimp, hoarder, tightwad.e.g -parsi-mony. Ant. philanthropist.
adj. thin, lean, slim, slender.e.g -narrowness. Ant. fat, plump.
v. caper, spring, leap, hop, trip, frisk, gambol, frolic; omit, pass over slang,
n. captain, master, pilot; commodore, commander.e.g -navigation, authority.
n. clash, brush, tilt, en-counter, engagement.e.g -con-tention.
n. overskirt, kilt, petticoat, far-thingale, coattail; purlieu, border-land, edge
n. burlesque, satire, parody, lampoon, pasquinade; sketch, playlet, vignette
adj. lively, frisky, spirited; restive, nervous, jittery; timorous, fearful; coy, bashful
n. trickery, decep-,
v.i. lurk, sneak, slink, ma-linger, steal, hide; cower.e.g -concealment, cowardice.
n. firmament, heavens, heaven, welkin.e.g -air.
the boundary line between earth and sky; the apparent horizon
v.i. leap, shoot (up).e.g -ascent, improvement.
n. high-rise, tower. a very tall multistorey building
n. slice, wedge, section, piece, cut, hunk, chunk; plate, board, plank, shingle; tablet,
adj. careless, lax, negligent, remiss; loose, limp, flaccid, re-laxed; sluggish, stagnant.
v. retard, diminish, lessen; loosen, relax; abate; languish, de-cline; ease up, dwindle
n. shirker, quitter, evader.
v.t. quench, satisfy, appease, allay, abate, sate.e.g -pleasure, refreshment, relief.
v. shut, close; swat, pound, batter, bash, . impact, closing, crash, clang; buffet.
n. slang, prison.
n. scandal, aspersion, defamation, calumny, disparage-ment.e.g -detraction.
n. argot, jargon, cant, lingo, patois, vernacular; dialect; collo-quialism, neologism, vulgarism.
n. obliquity, slope, inclina-tion, declination, tilt, pitch; bias, leaning, tendency.
v.t. & n. hit, smack, swat, cuff; insult.
adj. precipitate, hasty, careless, hit or miss; superficial, sketchy, rough, hack, sloppy.
adj. slang, dazed, groggy; silly, foolish.e.g -insan-ity, inattention.
n. buffoonery, farce, bur-lesque.e.g -amusement.
v. hack, cut, gash, cleave, sever, sunder, slice, carve; whip, scourge; mark down, reduce, lower
n. lath, strip.e.g -narrowness, filament, layer, materials.
n. list, ballot, ticket; black-board; slab, rock, roof.e.g -mate-rials.
n. sloven; slut, trollop.
n. butchering; butchery, massacre, carnage, murder.e.g -killing.
n. abattoir, sham-bles, butchery.e.g -killing.
n. bondsman, bond servant, thrall, serf; drudge, peon, vassal, menial; addict, victim.
v.i. slobber, drivel; fawn.e.g -excretion, servility.
n. bondage; forced labor; servitude, chains, captivity; drudg-ery, toil; addiction, submission.
v.t. kill, slaughter, dispatch; murder, assassinate.e.g -killing.
adj. flimsy, gauzy; shabby; shoddy, cheap, unsubstantial.
n. sledge, sleigh; bobsled; dogsled; skid, cutter, pung.e.g -vehicle.
adj. slick, oily, smooth, well-groomed; chic, soigné, elegant, suave, urbane, skillful, adroit
n. slumber, somnolence, nap, doze, drowse, rest, repose; coma
n. barbiturate, opiate, goof ball (sl.); tranquilizer, seda-tive.e.g -drugs.
adj. wakeful, insomniac, restless; alert, vigilant.e.g -care, activity. Ant. somnolent.
n. somnambulist, noc-tambulist, nightwalker.e.g -travel.
adj. drowsy; languid; lethar-gic.e.g -repose, inactivity. Ant. [wide-]awake, alert.
n. frozen or freezing rain, hail; ice storm.e.g -cold.
n. covering, envelope, pipe; mandrel, quill, bushing, coupling, union.
to travel or ride in a sleigh.
adj. slim, thin, skinny, at-tenuated; tenuous, slight, meager; scanty, weak
n. bloodhound; detective, hawkshaw, gumshoe;shadow, operative, investigator
v.i. veer, twist , informal, throng, crowd, host
v.t. cut, slash, carve, shave, skive.e.g -layer.
adj. glossy, shiny, greasy; unctuous, obsequious; sophisticated, ur-bane; informal, crooked, cheap,
n. raincoat, waterproof, pon-cho, oilcoat, oilskin; informal, swindler.e.g -clothing.
v.i. glide, slip, coast, skim; steal, pass.e.g -motion, descent.
adj. slender, slim, frail, deli-cate; trivial; meager, scant.e.g -,
adj. slender, thin, slight; frail, weak, meager.e.g -narrowness.
n. ooze, mire, sludge, mud, muck; primordial slime; filth.e.g -uncleanness.
v.t. propel, fling, catapult,peg, shoot, pitch; hang, fasten up, suspend. catapult, perrier
v.i. sneak, steal, skulk, slither; creep, snoop.e.g -concealment, cowardice.
v. glide, slide, escape, blunder, misstep, slide;blunder, scion, undergarment;
slimy, greasy, slick, glassy, shifty, elusive, unreliable; sly
adj. negligent, slovenly, careless.
v. & n. cut, gash, slash, slice.
v. slink, sinuate, worm; crawl, creep; slide, slip.
n. splinter, shive; slice, chip, shaving; shard, fragment.
n. slang, sloven, slattern; pig, slovenly Peter.
v.i. slaver, drivel, dribble, drool.e.g -excretion, moisture.
v.i. plod, trudge
n. watchword, shibboleth, password, byword, motto, maxim.
n. spillage, muck, garbage, swill, waste, sewage; puddle, slang, chow, food; slang, gush,
n. slant, tilt, pitch, inclination; incline, grade, gradient, ramp, as-cent
adj. untidy, messy; maudlin; slovenly. neglect, feeling. Ant. neat, unsentimental.
v. splash, slop, spill.
n. aperture, slit, opening; groove, notch, nick, channel, machine, vending machine;
n. laziness, idleness, inactiv-ity, inertia; slowness, sluggish-ness, indolence
v. droop, flag, slump, sag, bend; shamble, shuffle, lounge, loll. inaction, depression.
adj. slatternly, sluttish,unkempt, disorderly, sloppy, tacky ,slipshod, neglect,Ant. neat, clean
adj. time-consuming; dull-wit-ted, dense (sl.);tardy,sluggish;slack,leisurely; tedious, bor-ing.
Quality of taking a relatively long time,slowness, languor, inactivity; move slowly, , slow, slack;
n. mud, mire, filth; ooze, slime, slush; slag; sewage.
v. hit, swat, belt; bash, smash, whale.
adj. inactive, stagnant, slow; lazy, slothful, dull, languid, apathetic, lethar-gic.
n. channel ,an artificial channel for conducting water,
n. tenements, skid row, wrong side of the tracks; ghetto.
n. sleep, nap, doze, quies-cence.
v.i. fall, settle, sink, diminish, wane, setback, depression, reversion, come-down,
v.t. slight, disparage, calumni-ate, traduce, asperse; skim, skip, gloss over; ignore; elide.
n. slosh, sludge, slop; gush, effusiveness, drivel; bribery.
n. sloven, slattern, slob; prosti-tute, doxy (sl.), chippy (sl.).
adj. cunning, furtive, wily; crafty, deceitful, stealthy, under-hand; roguish, mischievous.
little, tiny, short, wee; dwarfish, undersized, stunted; lowercase; humble; minute, infini-tesimal
slang, minor, unimportant, trivial, petty; one-horse, jerkwater, tinhorn, minor-league.
adj. chic, stylish, jaunty, sharp, keen; witty, pert, sparkling; brisk, energetic, clever.
v.t. shatter, crush; hit, strike; ruin, destroy, disintegrate.
n. crash, collision, wreck, crackup, calamity, catastrophe, disaster.
n. superficiality, sci-olism.
v.t. [be]daub, besmirch, smudge; grease, anoint, defame; slander; soil, sully.
v. scent; stink; sniff, snuff, in-hale; detect, nose out.
adj. [mal]odorous, foul-smelling, fetid
v.i. grin, simper, smirk; beam, look with favor; sneer, ridicule.
n. simper, grin, leer; smug look, grimace.
v.t. strike, hit, cuff, pummel; affect, captivate, enamor, en-trance; afflict.
n. blacksmith, tinsmith, tin-ker.e.g -exertion.
n. blouse, housecoat, house-dress; coverall, apron.
n. informal, [weather] inver-sion.
reek, fume, smolder;steam; puff, inhale, chain-smoke; smoke-dry, cure; fumigate; be-grime, pollute.
adj. hazy, cloudy.
v.i. reek, fume, smoke; hang fire, be latent, lurk.e.g -heat, latency.
v.i. slang, kiss, peck.
Evenness of surface smoothness, polish, gloss, glaze, sheen; slickness, smooth, plane; level,
v.t. suffocate, stifle; sup-press, repress; extinguish, deaden.e.g -killing, restraint, death.
n. soot, grime, dirt, blotch, smear, blot, smolder. smear, mark, daub, dirty; stain, blacken.
adj. sleek, trim, neat; self-sat-isfied, complacent; priggish, con-ceited.
n. contrabandist, bootleg-ger, runner.
n. soot, smudge, spot, blem-ish; dirt, filth, pornography; fun-gus, rot, mildew. sully, smudge.
n. repast, collation, refresh-ment, coffee break,See food.
n. catch, detent, snaggle-tooth; hindrance, difficulty. —v. catch, fix, ham-per, hinder.
n. serpent, reptile, ophidian; snake in the grass, deceiver, dou-ble dealer.
n. crackle, rapping, pop, crack, report, clap, pep, dash, cinch, soft job. —v. break,
adj. brisk, cold; informal, ,
n. photo[graph], picture
n. trap, springe, gin; artifice, pitfall, ambush.
v.i. growl, gnarl, grumble; entangle.
v.t. grab, seize, grasp, clutch, jerk, twitch, pluck, wrench; steal; slang, kidnap.
v.i. slink, skulk, crawl, steal. —n. skulker, sneak thief; coward.
adj. furtive, sly, under-handed.
v. smile, jeer, taunt, scoff; flout, deride.
n. sternutation.
v.i. snigger, titter, laugh, giggle, chuckle; ridicule.
adj. spiteful, malicious, sar-castic, cynical, derogatory; mean, invidious.
v. sniffle; smell, scent; breathe, inhale, detect.
v. cut, slice, shear, scissor; prune, trim, lop.
n. marksman, sharpshooter; critic.
n. fret, dither
v. slang, swipe, filch; in-form.
v.i. snuffle, sniff, blubber; whimper, cry, weep; cower, grovel, crawl, cringe.
n. sycophant, toady, fawner, bounder, upstart; parvenu, social climber.
v.i. informal, pry; investigate, probe; meddle; play detective. —n. snooper, busybody.
n. nap, doze, sleep, forty winks.e.g -inactivity.
n. stertor, wheeze, rhoncus, rale,
v. grunt, snortle, guffaw.e.g -cry. —n. grunt, laugh; drink, draft, dram, jigger, shot
adj. snobbish, priggish; im-pudent, scornful.
n. nose, nostrils, muzzle, beak, bill, trunk.
n. snowfall, snowflake, flurry; snowstorm, drift, slang, impress, flatter, do a snow job on.
n. slang, flattery.
v.i. informal, accelerate, gain momentum, pick up speed.
v.t. cut, ignore, slight, rebuff, curb, halt. slight, cut. —adj. turned-up, blunt,
v.t. extinguish, put out; sniff, inhale; smell, scent; snuffle, snif-fle.
adj. cozy, comfortable; shel-tered; trim, compact, neat.
v.i. nestle, cuddle, lie snug.
v.t. wet, drench, saturate, steep; absorb; permeate; drink, tipple; slang, overcharge, bleed.
n. cleanser, cleansing agent; lather; detergent; shampoo; slang, softsoap, corniness,
n. podium, rostrum
v.i. fly, fly high; tower; glide.
v.i. weep, cry, sigh; moan.
n. slang, tearjerker, melodrama, human interest, schmaltz (sl.); tale of woe, hard-luck story.
adj. grave, quiet, sedate, staid, serious; abstemious; drab, plain, severe, unadorned; calm.
n. nickname. a humorous epithet, assumed name, or nickname
adj. gregarious, friendly, amiable, un-friendly, unsocial.
adj. gregarious, friendly; fashionable; communal, get-to-gether, party.
n. public ownership, communism, collectivism; com-munalism.
a socially prominent person.
Association with otherssociality, sociability, sociableness, friendship, bonhomie;
v.i. be sociable ,
n. humanity, mankind, civilization, group; community, union, alliance; parish,
n. psychopath ,a person, as a psychopathic personality
n. [half] hose, anklet, stocking; slang, slug, punch, clout, wallop, slang, strike, slug,
n. holder, cup, receptacle, concavity, hole, pit. sod, n. turf, sward, glebe; clod,
n. carbonated water, [soda] pop, seltzer, fizz, mineral water.
n. association, society; fel-lowship, comradeship.
adj. soaked, saturated, soggy, doughy, dull; drunken, be-fuddled, bloated.
n. anal intercourse, bug-gery (sl.).
n. couch, seat, lounge, divan, settee, love seat.
supple, pliant; faint, low; kind, lenient; easy.
adj. sympathetic, com-passionate.e.g -pity, benevo-lence. Ant. hardhearted.
Quality of yielding readily to pressure , softness, pliancy, pliability, flexibility; mollify,
v.t. tone down, suppress
v.t. informal, flatter, feed a line to, snow (sl.).
adj. unassertive, quiet, gentle, kindly.e.g -courtesy. Ant. loud, assertive.
n. program, code, instruc-tions
n. informal, weakling, wimp
adj. saturated, soaked, soppy,sodden, doughy.
Fr. self-styled.
n. loam, earth, sod, topsoil, mold, ground; stain, blotch, smear, dirty, daub, sully.
n. reception, affair, salon, so-cial.
v.i. tarry, abide, stay, lodge, stop over, visit.
n. comfort, consolation, re-lief. —v.t. soothe, calm, comfort; cheer, console; assuage, mitigate.
v. spelter, fuse, braze, weld; bond, cement, mend.
n. warrior, fighting man.
adj. military, martial; brave, courageous; gallant, snappy, spruce; erect.
adj. only, one, single, unique, exclusive, individual.
n. error, lapse, slip, blun-der; grammatical error; barbarism, faux pas, social error,
adj. awesome, impressive; grave, serious, dignified; sober; formal, piety,
v.t. celebrate, perform, observe.
v.t. request, invite, ask, en-treat, importune, beg, canvass, pe-tition.
adj. considerate; anxious, concerned; eager, careful.
n. care, concern, anxi-ety; consideration; uneasiness.
adj. dense, compact, hard, firm, rigid; substantial; united, unanimous, unbroken, undivided.
n. union, fellowship.
v. set, cohere, congeal; coa-lesce, come together.
n. monologue; apostrophe,aside
n. patience,a precious stone, especially a diamond, set by itself, as in a ring.
alone, lonesome; sole, single, individual, lone; deserted, remote, unfrequented; unsocial, retiring.
n. seclusion, privacy, iso-lation; remoteness; loneliness; wilderness.
n. single; aria, arietta; recital, lone, single, singlehanded; one-man; unaided.
adj. dissolvable , insoluble.
n. answer, explanation, interpretation, key, clue; disin-tegration, dissolution
v.t. explain, interpret; an-swer; resolve, clear up; decipher, decode.
financially sound, mon-eyed; responsible, reliable; soluble, separative, dissolvent, diluent
adj. gloomy, dark, overcast, dull; sad, dismal, depress-ing, funereal.e.g -darkness, de-jection.
adj. several, few, a number of; divers, any, someone, about, around, approxi-mately, nearly.
n. one, someone; person, individual; bigwig, personage.
adv. some way, by some means.
an acrobatic movement, either forward or backward, in which the body rolls end over end
n. thing, object, anything; matter, part; affair, event.
adv. occasionally, now and then.
adv. to some extent, to a degree, partially.
adv. someplace; any-where, somewhere about; approx-imately.
adj. sleepy, drowsy, slumb[e]rous; dozing; lethargic.
n. male child, boy, offspring; descendant, inheritor.
n. lyric, ballad, popular song; aria, lilt, madrigal, glee, ditty; minstrelsy, poem, chanty,
adj. resonant, deep-toned, rich, majestic; grandiloquent, high-flown.
adv. anon, presently; promptly, quickly; readily, willingly.e.g -earliness.
n. smoke, carbon dust, smut, grit, coal dust; lampblack; smog, smaze.
v.t. calm, quiet, tranquilize; relieve, allay, console, comfort. relief, content,
n. morsel, in-ducement, compensation, token; milksop.e.g -pay-ment, dunk, dip, moisten.
n. worldling; cosmo-politan, man about town, man of the world.e.g -skill, knowl-edge.
n. affectation; worldliness, veneer.e.g -skill, knowledge. Ant. naiveté.
n. sophism; false or spe-cious reasoning; paralogism; shift, sub-terfuge, equivocation; absurdity,
adj. immature, callow; inane, foolish.
adj. sedative, narcose, soothing; lethargic, torpid, dull, slow,
adj. soaked, drenched; rainy, wet; slang, mawkish, sentimental.e.g -water, feeling.
Magicsorcery; the occult; magic, the black art, conjure, charm, enchant; magic,
adj. mean, base, ignoble; mercenary, self-seeking; squalid, dirty, foul. uncleanness.
adj. painful, tender, sensitive; severe, intense, dire; slang, aggrieved, disgruntled.e.g -pain,
n. grief, sadness, dolor, remorse, peni-tence; affliction, woe.e.g -dejec-tion. Ant. joy,
adj. rueful, regretful, penitent; sympathetic, sorrowful; pitiful, shabby, paltry, wretched,
n. class, kind, variety, group, category, description. separate, size, grade, group, arrange,
n. sally, mission, attack.
adj. passable, fair; comme ci, comme ça.
n. drunkard
Ital. under one’s breath, softly.
n. actress, ingenue, comedienne; coquette, flirt.
n. psyche, spirit, person, mortal, individual; ego; nobility, courage, heart, fire, élan; genius.
adj. emotional, affective.
n. self-examination or -analysis, crisis of conscience.
adj. whole, undamaged; healthy, valid, reliable, honorable, trust-worthy; solvent; strong,
Vibrations sensed by the earsound, noise, twang, sound, ring, noise, twang,
n. [sound] clip, excerpt.
adj. silent ,without sound; silent; quiet.
adv. completely, thor-oughly.
adj. insulated, sound-absorbing; muted, muffled, noise-proof; noiseless, quiet, silent.
n. stock, broth, bouillon, con-sommé; potage, purée, bisque, chowder.e.g -food. —soup up,
n. Hint.soupy, adj. thick, sour, adj. acid, tart, bitter; fer-mented, unpleasant;
Acid tastesourness, acerbity, acridity, astringency, sour, turn sour, ferment,
adj. southerly, austral.e.g -direction. Ant. northern, boreal.
n. memento, keepsake, relic.
n. monarch, ruler; poten-tate; king, queen, emperor, em-press.
v.t. strew, scatter, disseminate, broadcast; plant, seed.e.g -agri-culture, dispersion.
n. mineral spring, watering place, thermal spring, mudbaths, balneum, hydro, Bad
n. expanse,outer space, interplanetary, space out, separate, distance.
space, extension, superficial extent, area, reach, stretch, cover, spread, space, extension,
adj. twentieth-century, modern, contemporary.e.g -new-ness.
n. spaceship, rocket, transport
adj. slang, confused, dazed, spacey.
adj. roomy, capacious, vast
n. shovel, spud. —v. dig, delve, shovel, excavate.
v.t. measure; encircle; bridge. —n. bridge; extent; period; lifetime; yoke. space, junction,
n. sequin, orna-ment, bead, gem, stud, bauble, trinket, sparkler. jewel, stud, ornament, glitter,
v.t. slap, paddle, wallop; pun-ish, chastise.e.g -punishment.
adj. brisk, lively, fresh; exceptional.e.g -activity, great-ness. —n. punishment, hiding,
v.i. box; stall, play for time; bandy words, pole, gaff, boom, sprit, yard, bowsprit; varnish.
v.t. be lenient; save; refrain, abstain, forbear, withhold; surrender, forgo, relinquish.
n. flash; inspiration; iota, jot; informal, beau, swain, gallant.
v.i. glisten, spark, twinkle, flash, glitter, scintillate; effer-vesce, bubble.
adj. scattered, sporadic; thin, few, meager, scanty.
adj. simple, unadorned, stark; strict, severe, disciplined.e.g -severity, simpleness.
n. throe, paroxysm, convul-sion, seizure; fit, furor.
adj. spasmodic, convulsive, jerky.e.g -irregularity, discon-tinuance.
n. quarrel, dispute; slap, smack; gaite.
n. freshet, storm.e.g -water. spatial, adj. dimensional.e.g -space.
v.t. splash, sprinkle; besprinkle, bedraggle, bespatter; sully, soil.
v. deposit, breed, beget; produce, bring forth, give birth to, roe, ova; products,
v. talk, converse; lecture, discourse, orate; say, utter, pronounce; express, communicate.
n. presiding officer, chairperson, orator, spokesman; loud speaker, reproducer.
Particular skill, speciality, individuality, originality, be specific, individuality,
n. variety, sort, class, cate-gory.
adj. special, exact, pre-cise, absolute, unequivocal, medicine, medicament, cure, treatment.
n. particular, require-ment, qualification. specify, v. name, mention, identify, ,
v. name, mention, identify,
n. sample, example, rep-resentative, instance, pattern, taster.
adj. plausible, ostensible, apparent, casuistic, insincere; de-ceptive. imagi-nation.
n. blemish, speckle, spot, macula; particle, iota, mite, mote, dot.e.g -littleness.
v.t. spot, sp[l]atter, speck.
n. sight, phenomenon, pageant, parade, show; exhibition, scene, display.e.g -appearance, ,
n.pl. [eye]glasses, gog-gles; lorgnette, specs (sl.), cheaters (sl.).
n. observer, onlooker
n. ghost, spirit, apparition, vision, phantasm, haunt, materialization, reincarnation, illusion,
n. rainbow; color gamut.
v.i. ponder, contemplate, meditate, surmise; gamble, play the market.
Oral communication speech, talk, parlance, speak, talk, speak of; say, utter,
adj. aphonic, mute, dumb.e.g -silence, taciturn-ity. Ant. talkative.
v.i. haste, hasten, hurry, ac-celerate. —n. velocity, dispatch, expedition, swiftness.
n. expressway, super-highway; racecourse, track, drag strip.
adj. rapid, quick; prompt, expeditious.e.g -velocity, ,
n. charm, trance; talisman; in-cantation, sorcery, magic; witch-ery, allure, glamour; enchantment;
adj. entranced, fasci-nated, enchanted.e.g -sorcery, attention.
v.t. disburse, pay out, ex-pend; consume, exhaust; pass, employ.
n. wastrel, prodigal, profligate, squanderer.e.g -waste.
adj. used up, exhausted, fa-tigued, dead-tired, fagged; effete, worn-out, impotent.
n. semen, seed, germ, jism (sl.)
v. vomit, regurgitate, retch, throw up; gush, shoot, spout, eject, emit, expel; spit; discharge.
n. orb, globe, ball; environ-ment, province, status, field, range.e.g -business, region,
n. prophetess; enigma, rid-dle.
v.t. season, flavor; make pi-quant.e.g -excitement, taste, odor, pungency.
n. slang, sales pitch, patter.
adj. slang, smart, fashionable, chic.e.g -fashion.
n. faucet.a small peg or plug for stopping the vent of a cask.
n. cleat, skewer, spindle; projection;goad, prod.e.g -sharpness. —v. pierce, gore;
v. overturn, upset; splash; brim over, slop, pour out; slang, tell, let slip.
v. twirl, whirl, rotate; protract, swirl, reel, eddy; fabricate.e.g -rotation, imagination
n. axis, axle, shaft; stick, spike, mandrel, arbor; stalk, stem.e.g -rotation.
adj. spindling, gangling.e.g -height, narrowness.
n. backbone; ridge, arête; thorn, prickle, spike, spiculum, quill, barb.e.g -sharpness.
adj. invertebrate, bone-less; pliant, limp, flabby; irres-olute, cowardly, craven, gutless
n. derivative, offshoot.
n. maid[en], old maid; spinner.
adj. spined, acanthous, hispid.
adj. coiled, winding, helical, turbinate, cochlear.e.g -convo-lution.
n. steeple, minaret; flèche; point, pinnacle, peak; pyramid, obelisk; epi, finial
n. vitalness, essence; soul; ghost, fairy, angel, demon; dis-position, temper, mood, humor; energy
adj. animated, lively, met-tlesome, bold, ardent; blithe, debonair
adj. immaterial, incorpo-real, insubstantial, fleshless; di-vine, exalted, celestial, holy,
v. impale, transfix, pierce, stab; sprinkle, drizzle, discharge (bul-lets); sputter,
n. malice, ill will, grudge, ma-lignity, malevolence.
n. firebrand, hothead, ti-gress, hellcat.
v. splatter, [be]spatter; dash, plop, spill; slop, splash, dabble, paddle.
v. spread out, fan out, diverge.
n. resentment, wrath, choler; anger, malice, spite, malevolence.
adj. gorgeous, magnificent; heroic, glorious; resplendent; ad-mirable, grand,
v.t. join, unite, interweave; slang, marry.
n. splinter; slat, strip; support, cast, brace, bracket.
n. splint; shard, sliver, shaving, shive; fragment, particle, toothpick, matchwood.
v.t. rive, rend, cleave, splinter; divide, separate, disunite, divorce; apportion
n. informal, extravagance, waste, expense. —v. informal, in-dulge (oneself), extravagate,
v. damage, ruin, impair; overindulge, humor; despoil, plun-der, sack, pillage, rob; decay,
n. party pooper, wet blanket.
n. ray; rung, rundel, stave.
adj. oral, vocal; verbal.
spokesman, spokes-woman, n. voice, mouthpiece; front, figurehead; representative,
n. swab, blotter, dryer; infor-mal, hanger-on, parasite, leech, dependent, moocher
n. patron, backer; surety, guarantor; godparent; advertiser.e.g -security.
adj. instinctive, auto-matic, involuntary; extemporane-ous, uninhibited, unforced,
n. slang, jest, joke, banter, hoax; satire, burlesque, parody, takeoff, caricature, lampoon.
v. frighten. —n. informal, ghost, specter.e.g -demon, fear.
n. spindle, bobbin, reel.
v. ladle, dip; informal, pet, make love.e.g -transfer, en-dearment.
adj. occasional; irregular.e.g -rarity, irregularity. Ant. frequent, constant.
n. recreation, athletics, sports; jesting, merriment, fun, diversion; mockery, ridicule; freak
Athletic pastimesports, recreation, athletics, pastime; angling,
adj. sporting; flashy, dressy; casual.e.g -sports, ostentation, clothing.
n. place, locality, site; blotch, dapple, speckle, macula; smear, spatter, daub, blot; blemish,
adj. clean, unsullied, im-maculate; pure, unblemished, im-peccable.
n. limelight, spot[lamp], searchlight, beacon, headlamp; notoriety,
adj. irregular, discontinuous, sporadic, intermittent.e.g -dis-continuity, irregularity.
n. mate, husband, wife, con-sort.
n. tube, pipe, trough, nozzle, rainspout, gargoyle; jet, spurt, geyser, waterspout.
v.t. wrench, strain, twist.
v. spread, extend, slump, slouch, lounge, loll.
n. spindrift, spume, scud; fusillade, barrage; sprinkler, at-omizer; sprinkle,
v. scatter, strew; dissemi-nate, diffuse, circulate; cover; un-fold, stretch;
n. worksheet, colum-nar pad.e.g -accounting.
n. frolic, lark, escapade, fling, revel; carousal,
n. branch, shoot, spray.e.g -vegetable, part.
adj. gay, brisk, vivacious, animated; scintillating, smart.e.g -cheerfulness, wit.
v. leap, bound, dart, start; bounce, recoil, rebound; arise, rise;
v. scatter, spread, sow; spray, wet; speckle, mottle, pow-der; drizzle, shower.e.g -water,
n. run, dash; speed, rush; bolt, dart, tear, hotfoot (inf.).e.g -velocity, contention.
n. elf, fairy. Also, spright. an elf, fairy, or goblin.
v.i. germinate, shoot, bud, burgeon.e.g -increase, expan-sion.
adj. trim, neat, tidy, ship-shape; smart, dapper, chic.e.g -cleanness.
adj. lively, alert, athletic, nim-ble, agile.e.g -activity. Ant. slug-gish, lethargic.
adj. informal, plucky, met-tlesome, brave, intrepid.e.g -courage, resolution.
n. spine; rowel; incentive, goad, stimulus; projection, head-land, siding.
adj. false, counterfeit, sham, specious; bastard, illegiti-mate.
v.t. flout, scout, reject, repu-diate, repel, contemn, scorn, dis-dain; kick.
v.i. gush, squirt, spray; burst.
v. spit, spew, splutter, spat-ter, eject, splash; blurt, babble, jabber, stammer;
n. secret agent, scout, under-cover man, informer, stool pigeon, mole (sl.).
n. telescope.
v.i. quarrel, bicker, alter-cate, fall out. —n. falling out, quarrel, dispute, wrangle,
n. band, patrol; squadron, wing, unit; crew, team.e.g -as-semblage, combatant.
adj. filthy, dirty, foul, sor-did, repulsive, wretched, de-graded.e.g -uncleanness, ugli-ness.
n. gust, blow, blast; turmoil; scream, cry. —v.i. blow, bluster; scream, bawl, wail.
n. dirt, filth, decay, un-cleanness, misery, poverty.e.g -disorder.
v.t. waste, lavish, dissi-pate. Ant. save.
n. tetragon, quadrilateral, equilateral rectangle; block; quad-rangle; plaza, court; T square
v.t. crush, mash, squeeze, flatten; squelch; informal, sup-press, silence.e.g -destruc-tion.
adj. dumpy, stocky, pudgy.e.g -shortness, lowness. Ant. tall, lanky.
v. cry, call, scream, screech; informal, complain, kick (sl.), gripe (sl.), grouse
v. creak, cry; informal, squeak by, just make it, pull through.e.g -escape.
v. yell, cry, yelp, shriek, screech; slang, confess, inform, blab, tattle, tell (on), spill
adj. queasy, qualmish, nauseated; fearful, skittish, ner-vous; fastidious,
v.t. press, compress; ex-press, extract; stuff, cram; exact, extort, blackmail.
v.t. disconcert, discomfit, rout, crush; silence, stifle, muffle.
n. cross-eye, strabismus; peek, peering, glance.
n. landed gentleman; es-quire; attendant, escort. —v.t. at-tend, escort.
v.i. twist, turn, thrash (about); wriggle, writhe.
v. spray, jet, douche, hose, spatter.e.g -ejection. —n. spurt, jet, stream[let]; syringe, s
v.t. pierce, puncture, perforate, stick, prick, pink; distress, hurt.
Permanencestability; immutability, unchangeableness, constancy,
n. barn, stall, mews.
n. pile[s], heap[s], mound, lots (inf.); rick, sheaf, faggot; chimney, flue.
a sports arena, usually oval or horseshoe-shaped, with tiers of seats for spectators.
n. walking stick, cane, cudgel; scepter, wand, baton, truncheon, crosier; flagpole;
n. Platform,a single step or degree in a process
v. reel, sway, falter, totter, lurch; waver, hesitate; surprise, stun, jar, shock, startle,
adj. amazing, astound-ing, astonishing.e.g -surprise.
n. direction, mise en scène, production; scaffolding.e.g -drama, support.
adj. static, inert; foul; sluggish, dull, torpid.e.g -inac-tivity, repose. Ant. active.
adj. theatrical, artificial.e.g -affectation. Ant. natural, life-like.
adj. demure, serious, sedate, settled, inexcitable, sober.
n. color, dye, dyestuff; dis-coloration; blotch, blot, smear, smudge; blemish,
n. stairs, steps, staircase; moving stairway, escalator; com-panionway, ladder.e.g -ascent.
n. post, peg, pile; palisade; burning, execution; wager, bet, ante, pot; security, earnest
adj. passé; rancid, dried up, tasteless, insipid, flat, vapid; trite, dull, banal,
n. draw, deadlock, stand-off, tie; stall; resistance, opposi-tion; impasse,
n. stem, pedicle, petiole.e.g -support. —v.t. follow, pursue.e.g -pursuit.
n. stable, manger; enclosure, chamber; booth, concession, kiosk; alcove,
n. stud[horse], entire ,
adj. strong, brawny, husky; dauntless, steadfast.
n. staying power, hardiness, force, vigor; vitality, strength; grit, pluck,
Speech defect Nouns—stammering, stuttering, etc.; hesitancy, broken voice; stammer
n. impression, symbol, de-vice, seal, trademark, brand; au-thorization, certification,
n. flight, charge, ram-page, onrush. —v. panic, rout, alarm, incite, inflame.e.g -fear.
n. foothold, placement, post, station; posture, carriage, bearing; pose, form,
v. stem the flow of.
v. abide, tolerate, endure, support; last, persist; remain up-right; pause, halt,
n. emblem, ensign; crite-rion, measure, grade, exemplar, norm, canon, prototype,
n. mainstay, ally, sup-porter; staple; alternate, replace-ment, substitute.e.g -auxiliary.
n. substitute ,a substitute for a motion-picture star during the preparation of lighting, cameras
n. station, rank, repute; duration, continuance; status, rat-ing.
n. tie, draw; stalemate.
n. vantage [point]; viewpoint, point of view.e.g -lo-cation, vision.
n. full or dead stop, halt, suspension, impasse.e.g -discon-tinuance, repose.
n. verse, stave, strophe.
adj. chief, principal; stable, established, regular; marketable, popular.
n. sun, celestial body; penta-gram, asterisk; prima donna, primo uomo,
v.i. gaze, gape, gawk; stand out.e.g -vision, curiosity.
adj. sheer, downright; rigid; desolate, naked.e.g -completion, hardness, divestment.
adj. spangled, stellar, stel-late, star-studded; starlit; shiny, glittering.e.g -universe.
v. begin, commence, set out; jerk, jump, shy; loosen, crack;
v.t. start, alarm, frighten, shock, surprise, amaze.e.g -sur-prise, doubt, fear.
v. hunger, famish, fast; pine; pinch, scrimp, deny.e.g -parsi-mony, poverty. Ant. feed.
v.t. slang, put away, hide.e.g -concealment.
n. condition, shape, kilter, category, estate, lot, makeup ; case, mood, disposition,
adj. impressive, imposing, grand; dignified, noble, lofty.
n. assertion, declaration, affirmation; report; bill, ac-count.e.g -accounting, speech.
adj. latest, newest, up-to-date.e.g -newness. Ant. out-of-date, obsolete.
stateswoman, n. legisla-tor, diplomat, solon, Draco; politi-cian.e.g -director.
adj. immobile, motionless, in-ert, passive, inactive; unchanging, the same, conservative;
place, position; office, sit-uation, rank, standing; depot, ter-minal; headquarters,stopping place,
adj. fixed, rooted, planted, immovable; constant, un-changing, static.
n. writing materials, of-fice products; paper, stock, etc.e.g -materials, writing.
n.sing. data, charts, com-putations, graphs.e.g -numera-tion.
n. sculpture, effigy, image, statuette.e.g -approbation.
adj. monumental, mar-moreal; dignified, majestic, tall, well-proportioned.e.g -beauty, sculpture.
n. size, height, form; standing, rank, status, importance, repute.
n. position, rank, standing; state, condition
n. law, ordinance, enact-ment; rule.e.g -legality.
adj. legal, official
n. bank clerk, cashier.
adj. effective, striking.e.g -effect, power, importance.
adj. significant, revealing. —n. tattler, talebearer.
n. rashness, boldness, audacity, recklessness, daring, nerve, gall, brass (sl.), cheek (sl.).
n. temperament, nature, disposition;mood, humor, tone; tantrum, passion, rage; mettle, quality;
adj. irritable, sensitive;constitutional, innate.e.g -irascibility, intrinsic.
moderation.self-restrain in action
adj. moderate, ascetic, cautious, mild, sober, abstemious, abstinent, continent;
n. heat, fever; cold.
n. storm, gale, hurricane,squall, blizzard; excitement, tumult, disturbance
adj. stormy, raging,furious; gusty, blowy, squally; violent, tumultuous, turbulent.
n. templet, guide, pattern.
N. temple, place of worship.churchly, claustral.
n. time, beat, rate, pace, rhythm.
adj. worldly, mundane, secular; civil, political, profane, unsacred; temporary, ephemeral,
adj. impermanent, irregular,seasonal, provisional, momentary,brief, fleeting, transitory; stopgap,
v.i. adapt oneself, maneuver;vacillate, procrastinate, stall, delay, hedge, blow hot and cold,
v.t. entice, cajole, fascinate, lure, decoy, seduce; provoke, defy, incite, appeal, attract.
n. attraction, enticement,allurement; bait; siren song; provocativeness.
Nouns—tenacity, cohesion.adhere.tenacious,Adtenaciously,
n. occupant, occupier, resident,inhabitant, renter; inmate.
v. mind, watch, care for, guard,keep; attend, serve, wait on, incline, bend, bear toward,
Disposition to act in a particular way,Nouns—tendency; aptness.tend, contribute.
v.t. present, offer, proffer, hold out; propose, suggest; volunteer. —adj. gentle, kind
n. newcomer, recruit, novice, greenhorn (inf.).
adj. kind, sympathetic.
adj. dark, gloomy.
n. apartment house; flat, dwelling, abode; slum.
n. dogma, belief, opinion, creed, doctrine.
n. drift, purport, tendency, import, meaning, significance; gist, sense; course, manner, nature
adj. taut, rigid; intent; excited; high-strung, nervous, strained.
adj. stretchable, ductile, flexile; resilient, pliable.
n. strain, pressure, tensity, tenseness; stretching; anxiety, nervousness. hardness, fear.
n. canvas, wigwam, teepee, pavilion, shelter.
n. process, feeler, palp; power, grasp.
adj. experimental, provisional,conditional, temporary, makeshift.
adj. unsubstantial, flimsy; thin, slender; rarefied.
n. holding, tenancy, occupancy,occupation, habitation, possession.
adj. lukewarm, mild; indifferent.See heat, indifference.
n. word, expression, locution; limit, bound; period, time, tenure, duration;
adj. final; closing, concluding.See end. —n. station, terminus. location, arrival.
n. end, ending, conclusion;limit, bound; result, outcome,consequence, completion; suffix.
a system of words used to name things in a particular disciplane :language
n.pl. provisions, limitations, stipulations, conditions, agreement;relationship, footing.
Lat. solid ground; land, support.
Lat. unknown territory.See ignorance, secret.
n. level, plateau, plane; parterre, esplanade, promenade; porch, patio, balcony,
n. land, tract, ground, field.
adj. earthly; worldly, mundane, secular, temporal.
adj. terrifying, dreadful; awesome, appalling, frightful, horrible,shocking, fearful,
adj. terrible; informal,sensational, wonderful, fabulous, stupendous, out of this world.
v.t. terrorize, frighten, alarm; appall, dismay; cow, intimidate; panic, stampede.
n. region, district; possession;kingdom, state, realm, province; jurisdiction; field,
n. fear, dread; fright, alarm; dismay, horror; panic.
n. oppression, tyranny, anarchy, revolution, violence, destruction, sabotage, intimidation,threat
adj. concise, brief, curt; pithy, laconic, succinct; short, compact. shortness.
n. examination; trial, essay; criterion;experiment.
n. will, last will and testament,probate; covenant, agreement.
n.pl. testes, balls (sl.).
v. affirm, declare, state, depose,swear, avow, witness.
n. recommendation,reference; certificate,
n. declaration, affirmation, profession, attestation; witness, evidence; Scriptures.
Fr. private conversation, chat.
v.t. picket, stake, tie, fasten.
n. composition; matter; textbook; topic, subject, theme.
n. cloth, fabric,
Surface characteristics,N. texture, quality.V.texture; braid.textured, textural,
v.t. express gratitude to; acknowledge,recognize,credit. thankful,grateful, appreciative;obliged.
adj. ungrateful, unthankful,unappreciative, ingrate, ungracious; unrewarding, unpleasant,
n.pl. gratitude; acknowledgment,appreciation; thank you; grace.
n. grace, prayer, praise.
v. melt, dissolve, liquefy; soften, unbend. liquefaction.
n. stage, arena, field [of action]; drama; playhouse, mo-tion-picture house, studio.
adj. dramatic, melodramatic;histrionic; scenic; showy, stagy, affected; vivid, moving.
n. larceny, stealing.
n. subject, topic, text; essay,thesis, treatise, dissertation; composition; melody, motif.
adv. soon, next, immediately; consequently, therefore, evidently, again; afterward.sequence.
n. religion; creed, belief;doctrine, dogma.
adj. speculative, hypothetical,conjectural; unapplied; pure, abstract.
n. speculation, surmise, conjecture;contemplation; principle, philosophy, doctrine; guess, idea,
n. therapeutics, remedy,healing,cure; rehabilitation,restoration; physical therapy psychotherapy,
adv. after[ward], after that; subsequently, [t]henceforth, from that moment; after which;
adv. consequently, ergo, hence, wherefore, so, accordingly.attribution,circumstance, effect.
adj. warm[ing].thermometer, n. thermostat, mercury,glass.heat. thermonuclear, repository,
n. proposition, topic, argument;affirmation; postulate; statement;composition, treatise,
adj. broad, wide, massive,thickset,stout,dense, solid;smoky, hazy; hoarse, , throaty; multitude.
n. brush, underbrush; grove, coppice, covert. thickset, thief, n. robber. thin, adj.slender, lean,
n. affair, matter, circumstance;deed, act, occurrence;person; possession, belonging, item, object,
v. to have a consious mind,to some of extent
n. informal, grilling, cross-examination, interrogation.
n. general public, commonpeople.
n. developing or underdeveloped country
n. dryness; craving, desire; dipsomania, thirstiness, parched-ness.
adj. dry, parched, unslaked, unquenched, arid; greedy, avid. desire.
n. cactus, bramble
n. strip, lace; sandal; string bikini. clothing.
n. spine, prickle, briar, bramble;annoyance, irritation. discontent.
adj. thoroughgoing, painstaking, exact, unqualified, exhaustive, deep, sweeping.
adj. purebred, full-blooded, pedigreed; blue-blooded, noble, aristocratic; fashion, nobility.
n. avenue, highway, street; passage, way; thruway, stop street, boulevard, turnpike.
conj. although, even if, nevertheless,yet.
Mental activity,N. thought, thoughtfulness.V. think, reflect, cogitate.thinking, thoughtful,
adj. considerate, kind, tactful; meditative. attention, care.
adj. rash, reckless, heedless; casual; inconsiderate, unthinking,careless, indifferent.
adj. stimulating,provocative,causing annoyance
n. fifty score, M, thou (sl.), yard (sl.), grand (sl.),
n. slavery, bondage, servility.
Declaration of intention to harm.N. threat, menace.threatening, menacing,
adj. stereoscopic;realistic, lifelike. vision.
n. sill, doorsill, entrance; outset, beginning; limen, thresholdof pain, etc.
n. thriftiness, economy, frugality,saving; providence, husbandry;vigor, growth, thriving.
adj. frugal, saving; sparing; economical; foresighted; provident.
n. excitement; tremor, vibration;sensation; tingle, kick , tingle,shiver; move deeply; vibrate,
n. chiller, shocker; pulp story, dime novel, cloak-and-dagger or spy story,swashbuckler.
v.i. prosper, batten, succeed, grow, flourish, bloom, flower.
n. neck, gullet, gorge, maw; windpipe; throttle.
v.i. beat, pulsate, vibrate, palpitate;quiver, shudder, tremble; ache, hurt. feeling.
n. pang, spasm, paroxysm, pain, agitation.
n. royal seat, chair; sovereignty,scepter,
n. multitude, crowd, mob, horde; army, host.
v. choke, strangle, suffocate;silence, stifle; close. killing.
prep. & adv. among, via, by way of; during, throughout; by, finished, completed.
n. thruway, turnpike, superhighway.
v. pitch, toss,cast,fling,propel, project,unseatslang, stop, disconcert,confound.discard,throw up,
n. atavism, reversion.
v. push, drive, shove, propel; lunge, plunge, ram; stab, pierce; compel, drive, force; interpose,
n. bump, thump ,a dull sound, as of a heavy blow or fall.
n. cutthroat, assassin, killer; ruffian, hooligan, tough, hoodlum, mugger, hood,
n. blow, punch; thud. sound.
v. shout, bellow; resound, peal, boom, roar, roll, crash.
adv. so; consequently, hence.
v.t. oppose, baffle, foil, frustrate,defeat, block, contravene.
n. diadem, coronet.
n. twitch, jerk, rictus.
n. click, beat; check, dot; mite; informal, score, account.credit, animal.
n. notice, memorandum, record; license; label, tag; list,slate, choice.
v.t. excite; gladden, delight, overjoy; please; titillate; amuse, gratify, divert.
adj. tickly, excitable, sensitive;unstable, touchy; delicate, critical, risky, dangerous. danger.
adj. littoral, estuarine, coastal.
n. morsel, bite, snack; goody, treat, bonbon; gem, pearl, jewel; news, information, juicy bit.
n. flow, current, flood, riptide.
n.pl. news, message, intelligence,information.
spruce, smart; slim, lean. —v. order, tidy, adjust, dress, arrange;
n. bond, obligation; shoelace; necktie,cravat,four-in-hand or bow tie; fastening, ligature; draw,
n. rank, row, level, layer; gallery, boxes, balcony.
n. halt, stoppage, blockade, impediment, snarl, [traffic] jam, impasse; informal,
n. temper, fit, tantrum; squabble, spat, miff (inf.). discord.
adj. close, compact, hermetic, impervious; snug, close-fitting; hemmed-in; strict,
adj. secretive, reticent.
a skin-tight,one-piece garment for the lower part of the body and the legs,now often made of stretch fabric
n. slang, skinflint, cheapskate.
prep. until, up to, down to.
v. tip, slant, incline, slope; joust n. joust, tournament; altercation, dispute; speed; slant,
n. wood, lumber, log, beam;forest, woodland, stand of timber,timberland.
n. resonance, tonal quality,sound, tone color, ring, clang.
Measurement of duration.N. time, duration;V.continue, last,
adj. endless, perpetual, everlasting, deathless, immortal; dateless,immemorial, prehistoric,
adj. well-timed, seasonable, opportune; auspicious, right. earliness, occasion, expedience.
n. clock, watch, chronometer,
n. schedule, timeline
adj. out-of-date; worn, impaired. deterioration.
adj. fearful, cowardly, afraid, fainthearted, timorous; shrinking,retiring, diffident; irresolute,
n. synchronization; chronology.
adj. timid, fearful. modesty.
n. trace, vestige, touch, dash; tinge, tint, shade; soupçon. mixture.
n. touchwood, punk, amadou.
n. prong, branch, point, tip; skewer, spike, bodkin, barb.
n. tint, shade, color, dye, stain; flavor, cast.
v.i. sting, prickle; thrill. feeling.
n. gambler, piker.
n. handyman, jack-of-all-trades, Mr. Fixit ; blunderer, bungler.v. mend, repair; botch; tamper,
adj. flimsy, poor; metallic. sound.
n. tawdriness, gaudiness, frippery,show; baubles, gewgaws,
n. color, tinge, hue, dye, shade; tone, cast, nuance.
adj. minute, miniature, small, diminutive, wee, half-pint (sl.); microscopic.
v. overturn, capsize, upset; incline,slant,tilt, topple; reward.point,clue, hint, warning,
v. drink . tipsy, adj. intoxicated, high (sl.), tight
v.i. steal, sneak, walk on tiptoes;,
adj. top-quality, topnotch, tops.
n. harangue, screed, diatribe, jeremiad; speech, sermon; outpouring,flood, spate.
v. weary, fatigue, bore, exhaust, jade, fag.snow, spare, radial, tube, tubeless, or bias-ply tire.
adj. untiring, indefatigable,unwearied.
adj. tedious, wearying, boring.
n. gauze, fabric, web, net, mesh; membrane, cartilage, muscle;,
n. teat, nipple ,any of various other small birds.
v.t. tickle; excite.e.g -touch, desire, excitement.
n. name, handle (inf.); form of address; subheading, subtitle; appellation,designation, caption;
adj. noble, aristocratic; named, termed.e.g -nobility, nomenclature.
all the way, completely
n. fawner, sycophant, truckler,bootlicker (inf.),
v.t. brown, heat, warm; drink to, pledge, honor. toasted bread, zwieback, rusk; health, pledge.
n. smoking; leaf, perique, Burley, latakia, Turkish, Havana, Virginia; cigar, cigarette, plug,
n. now, the present, here and now
n. ado, turmoil, bother, bustle, commotion.
adv. mutually, reciprocally,unitedly; coincidentally, concurrently,
n. labor, drudgery; task, work; effort, exhaustion. —v. work, drudge, moil, labor; strive.
n. toilette, prinking, makeup; powder room, washroom, bathroom,lavatory, restroom,
n.pl. snare, net, trap, mesh, web; grip, clutches.
n. sign, symbol, emblem; feature,
adj. endurable, bearable; passable, not bad.e.g -content, goodness, leniency.
n. toleration, allowance; moderation, temperance, endurance,forbearance, clemency, leniency.
n. tax, import, charge, fee. price.
n. grave, sepulcher, mausoleum,vault, catacombs.
n. hoyden, romp.
n. volume, book.a book, especially a very heavy, large, or learned book.
adv. on the morrow, the next day, henceforth, mañana.
sound; quality; accent, pitch, inflection, modulation, intonation;strain,resilience; tension, firmness
n.pl. pincers, nippers, pliers, forceps.
n. communication, speech, language, dialect; pole; flap, projection.
a word or sequence of words difficult to pronounce, especially rapidly
adv. facetiously, jokingly. ridicule.
n. scolding ,to scold severely.
adj. silent, mute, inarticulate,stammering; bashful, shy.
adj. invigorating, bracing, refreshing;voiced, sonant; stressed, accented
adj. informal, stylish, modish
adv. also, likewise; over; additionally,excessively.
n. instrument, implement, utensil,device, machine; cat’s-paw, dupe,
n. fang, tusk, canine, incisor, molar, cuspid, bicuspid, eyetooth, grinder (inf.), chopper
adj. toothy, palatable, appetizing; delicious, luscious, dainty, delectable.
n. crown, head; acme, summit, pinnacle; pick, elite; lid, cover. v. crown,
n. subject, theme, thesis, subjectmatter; item, question; business,point
adj. seminude, half-dressed.
adj. informal, first-rate, superior; excellent.
n. sauce, coating; layer, covering.somersault, pitch, plunge; fail, collapse, go bankrupt, fold
adj. slang, first-rate
adj. upside-down; disorderly,in a mess.
n. light, torchlight, brand; flambeau; flashlight; slang, firebug,arsonist.e.g -heat, fuel.
n. languish, distress; torture,agony, pain —, distress, agonize, rack, afflict. punishment.
n. wind, windstorm, twister, cyclone, typhoon.
adj. dormant, sleepy; numb; inert, unmoving, slothful, lethargic; listless.e.g -inactivity.
n. cascade, deluge, downpour;current, rapids; outburst, outbreak, spurt, spate, surge,
adj. hot, burning, arid, parched, sizzling, scorching; equatorial, tropical; ardent, passionate.
n. trunk ,the trunk of the human body.
adj. spiral, snaky, sinuous, serpentine; winding, crooked.e.g -convolution.
n. pain, excruciation, agony, torment; martyrdom, crucifixion; anguish; cruelty. —
v. fling, buffet, jerk; agitate, stir; throw, cast; tumble, sway; pitch, roll.excitability.
n. informal, toss of the coin, even chance
adj. complete, entire, utter, absolute, whole. —n. sum, amount,aggregate, quantity, whole.
adj. autocratic, authoritarian.
v. shake, tremble, rock, waver;falter, stumble, stagger.
v.t. feel ,contact; reach, equal, attain; pertainto, tinge,imbue; slang, borrow from.
adj. moving ,affecting; moving; pathetic
adj. irritable; risky, delicate. sensibility, danger.
adj. strong, firm; stiff, resilient;vigorous, robust, hardy; stubborn, rowdy, difficulty,
n. hairpiece; wig.
n. trip, journey, expedition, excursion,junket, jaunt; turn, shift, tour of duty.
Fr. feat of skill or strength. cunning.
n. traveler, voyager, sightseer;,
n. tourney, jousting, contest, match.
adj. disheveled, untidy, unkempt,rumpled, tangled, snarly.
v. boost, promote, pitch —n. booster, promoter, pitchman.
v.t. draw, pull, drag, haul; take in tow.
prep. in the direction of,with a view to obtaining or having
n. dishtowel, bath or hand towel, etc.
n. fortress, castle; skyscraper; campanile, belfry, spire. —v.i. rise, soar; loom, transcend
n. hamlet, burg[h], village.
adj. poisonous, venomous, virulent, noxious. badness.
n. plaything, trinket, trifle; doll, puppet. —v. trifle or play (with); fiddle, dally. endearment.
v. draw, sketch, delineate, copy; track, trail, follow, scent, detect; investigate, vestige.
v.t. trail, follow, scent; explore;traverse.e.g -pursuit, trail, wake; vestige; footprints
n. expanse, area, region; composition, dissertation,trea-tise.
adj. docile, well-behaved, manageable, adaptable, yielding, compliant; malleable, plastic.
Act of dragging.Nouns—traction; drawing,draw, drag,tractional, tractive.
business, profession, occupation; livelihood; commerce, purchase and sale, deal, buy and sell.
brand , cachet; logo, colophon, label.
shopkeeper, merchant.
belief, practice, usage, custom, culture, folklore.
conventional, customary,formal.
v. slander, calumniate, vilify,defame, asperse, malign, disparage.
trade, barter, commerce, business. transportation; dealings,familiarity, intercourse.
n. drama; disaster, calamity, catastrophe; crushing blow.
adj. dramatic, melodramatic; dire, disastrous.
track, spoor, footprints; tire, tracks; vestige, scent; path, wake, scent; hang; lag, crawl,draw.
retinue, suite, entourage,procession, cortège; order, sequence,sequel, succession; railroadcars.
v. saunter, amble, stroll.
n. quality, characteristic, peculiarity,idiosyncrasy; custom; feature.
betrayer, turncoat, renegade,deserter, conspirator; informer,Judas, fifth columnist, quisling.
n. orbit, curve, arc, parabola; circuit, course.
net; tether, manacle, chain, fetter, shackle, catch, trap; bind, hobble,chain; restrain, imprison.
traveler, vagabond, hobo, bum, panhandler; journey, hike, tread, walk, stroll; slang, prostitute.
Convey from one person to another, convey, assign, transmittable, come to pass, take place.
v.t. transform, transmute;exalt.
v. pierce, fasten, impale.
n. change, alteration,
v.t. set into, insert, infuse, instill; pour, inject.
n. trespass, sin, violation,fault, offense, crime, misdeed, slip, misdemeanor; infraction.
Temporary duration,be transient, flit, pass away, transitory, transitive.
n. passage, change, transition,conveyance, transportation,motion.
n. passage, passing; change, development, flux, modulation;break, graduation, rise, fall.
not lasting, enduring, permanent, or eternal.
v. transfer; decipher, decode,render; construe, [re]inter-pret; transform, transmute, change.
adj. lucid, clear, diaphanous,hyalescent, semi-opaque, frosty.
conveyance, transference,sending, communication,conductance; gearshift, gears, torque converter.
send, transfer, convey, forward, post, mail, impart, hand down;admit, conduct; emit, broadcast.
conversion, transfiguration; metamorphosis; wig, switch.
That which permits vision through, show through.
adj. translucent ; manifest, candid,obvious.
transude, exhale, pass through, ooze or leak out, sweat, perspire; come to light, issue, unfold.
v.t. replant, repot, graft; relocate, resettle; colonize.
transformation, conveyance,movement; emotion, carrier, convey, carry, move, ship; transfer.
Conveyance from one place to another.N. transportation, transport,
v. exchange, interchange,reverse, rearrange, invert;substitute, transliterate; change.
n. epicene; hermaphrodite.
adj. crossing, cross, athwart, oblique.
pitfall, snare, net, deadfall; ambush; carriage; trapdoor; equipment, luggage, catch, fool, ambush.
caparison, habiliments, outfit, rigging, panoply,vestments, decorations; indications.
n. rubbish, garbage, refuse, offal, litter, debris; junk, scrap, waste.
n. traumatism, injury; shock.e.g -deterioration, disease.
n. labor, work, drudgery, toil; agony, pain.
Go from one place to another, journey, ambulatory, itinerant.
v. cross, ford, range, patrol;contradict, obstruct.
n. caricature, burlesque, farce, parody, lampoon, takeoff (inf.), spoof (sl.); fiasco; absurdity.
n. net, dragnet, seine. —v. beam or otter trawl, fish, net, haul, drag, seine.
n. platter, salver, server, trencher; galley.
n. treason, perfidy, faithlessness,disloyalty, infidelity, falsity,falseness.
walk, step, pace; trample, crush; stamp, tramp; dance, motion, stand still, make no progress.
n. routine, rut.any monotonous
n. betrayal, disloyalty, faithlessness,sedition, treachery.
n. hoard, store; wealth, riches. —v. value, prize, cherish, appreciate; remember.
bursar, purser, financier,banker, cashier, teller, receiver,trustee,safe-deposit.
negotiate, bargain, deal, parley;entertain, pay for; deal with, discuss, teach.
n. book, textbook; exposition,discussion, composition, commentary, tract.
n. technique; discussion, examination; therapy, regimen, cure.
n. compact, pact, covenant, concordat, entente, agreement.
plant, sapling, scrub, shrub, bush; timber; whiffletree; stake; gibbet, gallows; family tree.
v.i. walk, hike, travel, tramp, trudge. —n. journey, hike, migramigration,expedition.
n. lattice, grill[e]; network, screen, espalier, grid; arbor, bower, pergola, gazebo.
v. shake, shiver; vacillate; vibrate, totter, quake, quaver; shudder, pulsate.
adj. stupendous, colossal, gigantic, huge; extraordinary.
n. tremolando; trill, twitter, warble, crack.
n. trembling, shivering, shaking, quivering, vibration.
adj. trembling, unsteady;fearful, timid, irresolute.
n. ditch, fosse, dugout; furrow.
cutting, incisive, penetrating; thoroughgoing; clear-cut, keen, sharp, biting, crisp; energetic.
n. direction, course, tendency,inclination, drift, tide.
n. quaking, trembling; alarm, fear, agitation, perturbation,dread, dismay.
v.i. sin, offend, transgress; encroach, infringe, intrude, invade.
n. strand, curl, ringlet, lock; (pl.) locks, hair.
n. [saw]horse; bridge.e.g -connection, support.
test, experiment, probation,hearing; hardship; cross, tribulation, affliction; effort, attempt.
trigon, delta, pyramid, triquetra; gore, gusset; triad, trio, threesome; the eternal triangle.
n. race, people, sect, group; clan, nation, society; lineage, familystock.
n. sorrow, woe; care, trouble, ordeal.
court; board, forum; bench, judicatory; court of justice or law, drumhead, court-martial.
n. dais, pulpit, rostrum; gallery.
n. stream, source, affluent;prayer of tribute. —adj. subject,subordinate; contributory.
n. payment, tax, contribution;gift, offering, service; praise, encomium, compliment.
artifice, stratagem, craft; illusion; ruse, fraud, imposture,tour, shift, turn; trait, peculiarity.
v.i. drip, dribble, seep.
adj. ticklish, intricate; deceitful,evasive, artful, shifty.
bagatelle, nothing, triviality;trinket, knickknack, gimcrack; particle, bit, morsel, trace.
picayune, paltry; mean, piddling, small, petty.
n. lever; spark, cause.
n. vibration, tremor, quaver, tremolo, vibrato. —v. sing; quaver;warble.
adj. neat, well-ordered, compact.
n. toy, plaything, bauble, gewgaw.
journey, excursion, voyage; slip, error; slang, drug high, skip; stumble; offend, obstruct,halt.
commonplace, ordinary; stale, old, corny, boring, dull; banal.
joy, celebration; success, victory, conquest; accomplishment, win, conquer,rejoice.
adj. triumphal, victorious.
adj. insignificant, unimportant.
n. fairy, dwarf . —v.i. fish, angle; warble,lilt.
n. pulley, truck; trolley car, streetcar.
n. harlot, whore; slut, hussy, baggage.
v.t. slang, defeat, trounce.
n. group, number, party, company,crowd, assemblage. —v.i. march, tramp, go.
n. soldier; [mounted] policeman,state trooper, Mountie.
n. medal, prize.anything taken in war, hunting, competition
adj. torrid, hot, fiery; equatorial.
v.i. run, jog, lope; hasten.
trouvère, poet, bard, jongleur, meistersinger, minnesinger, balladeer, street singer; laureate.
affliction, distress, adversity, calamity; disorder,unrest; difficulty; pains, sorrow,harass,worry.
n. rabble-rouser, instigator;shit disturber.
n. repairer, fixer, fireman (sl.), Johnny-on-the-spot.
disturbing, annoying,distressing; vexatious, burdensome, grievous, worrisome;difficult.
n. manger, hutch, bin; trench, ditch, furrow.
v. thrash, beat, flog.
n. troop, band, group, party, company; dramatis personae.
n.pl. breeches, pantaloons, pants; [blue]jeans, slacks, chinos, Levi’s.
n. bridal outfit, wardrobe.
n. shirker, absentee, deserter.
n. armistice, peace, respite, delay; cessation, lull.
n. vehicle, rig; lorry, van, pickup, dump, panel, rack; wheeler, half-track; cart, dealings.
v.i. grovel, kowtow.
fierce, savage, deadly,scathing, mean; overbearing, cruel, with a chip on one’s shoulder.
v. march, slog, tramp, walk, plod.
n. sweetheart, lover.
n. platitude. a self-evident, obvious truth.
n. informal, advantage, ace in the hole.
v. fabricate, fashion out of whole cloth.
n. cornet, bugle, horn; ear trumpet.
v. abridge, reduce, shorten, curtail.
n. baton, staff, club.
v. roll, wheel, revolve, rotate.
n. stem, bole; body, torso; proboscis, snout; chest, box; circuit;(pl.) breeches, shorts.
gird[le], belt; tie, bind, or do up; lace, button, strap, buckle; skewer, sew, stitch;support.
n. reliance, confidence; credit; holding company, monopoly.
n. guardian, fiduciary, over.
adj. confiding, trusting.
adj. reliable, dependable, faithful, trusty, responsible, trustful, adj. confiding, trusting.
Conformity to fact,N. truth, fact, reality,A. truly, verily, indeed.
essay, endeavor, attempt, undertake;test, examine, assay, experiment;refine, purify, afflict,strain.
adj. dull, wearisome, boring; annoying, bothersome, galling, irritating.
n. trial; audition, hearing; test, dry run; experiment.
n. assignation, meeting, appointment,rendezvous.
n. pot, vat, cauldron; washtub, bathtub; slang, tramp, freighter.
n. pipe, hose, conduit; tunnel, subway; slang, television.
n. fold, pleat, lap.
n. cluster, clump, wisp, bunch, brush; tussock; fetlock, topknot, crest.
v. pull, strain, drag, haul, tow; toil, labor, strive, drudge.
n. tutelage, training, coaching,education; fees, cost, charge, bill.
v. fall, roll; leap, spring; throw, overturn, disarrange, dishevel,tousle; toss, pitch.
n. glass, vessel, goblet; acrobat,gymnast, juggler; lever, cog, etc.
adj. swelling, tumid.
turgid, swollen, distended,enlarged; protuberant, bulging;inflated;teeming, bursting.
n. tumefaction, swelling, wen, cyst, tubercle, growth; neoplasm.
n. commotion, agitation, turbulence, disorder.
n. melody, air; harmony, concord.
n. blouse. a coat worn as part of a military or other uniform.
n. passageway, burrow, crosscut, subway, tube.
adj. roiled, muddy, cloudy, clouded, opaque; confused, muddled.
n. rotator, rotor, rotary wheel; propeller, turboprop or -jet.
n. disorder, violence, unrest, disturbance, excitement, agitation.
occasion, deviation, sourness, regularity. —turn down, v. reject, repudiate.
n. sod, sward; peat; racetrack; slang, territory, neighborhood
swollen; distended; tumid. inflated, overblown, or pompous; bombastic
n. confusion, tumult, turbulence,disturbance, agitation, commotion; disorder.
rotation, revolution; twirl, twist; coil,change;ability, skill; act, skit; shift,revolve,rotate.
n. reversal, return; rever-sion.
n. renegade, deserter, trai-tor; apostate, recreant.
n. output, production; at-tendance, box office, gate.
n. tollroad, pike, through-way, thruway, skyway.
n. depravity, baseness, wickedness.
dinner jacket, dress suit, smoking jacket, black tie, tux, tuck, monkey suit, soup-and-fish.
n. television, boob tube.
n. dusk, gloaming, night-fall; shade, shadow.
adj. double, twofold; fraternal, identical; like.
n. cord, string, line.
n. pinch, throb; qualm, doubt.
v. blink, wink; scintillate, sparkle, shine.
v. twist, spin, rotate, turn, whirl; wind, coil.
wind, wreathe, twine, inter-lace; coil; wrench, contort; wring, screw; pervert; distort, warp.
n. tornado, cyclone.
v.t. taunt, reproach.
v. jerk, writhe, shake, pull; tug, vellicate; pinch, squeeze; twinge.
adj. slang, cheap, worth-less.
adj. hypocritical, deceit-ful, double-dealing; faithless, false.
v.t. informal, deceive, cheat (on), betray.
n. shogun; informal, mag-nate, millionaire.
n.pl. kettledrums.
sign, emblem; kind, class, sort, nature; standard, model, ideal; group; letter, figure, character.
n. teletype[writer], stenotype.
n. hurricane, tornado, cy-clone.
adj. emblematic, symbo-lic; characteristic, representative, model, ideal, conforming.
v. symbolize, exemplify, embody, represent; prefigure.
n. despotism, autocracy, totalitarianism; severity, rigor, harshness, oppression.
n. despot, autocrat, oppressor.
n. beginner, novice, amateur, learner.
Repulsive appearance, blemish; be ugly, look unprepossessing; make faces; deformity.
adj. repulsive ,disagreeable, unpleasant; mean, hostile, quarrelsome.
n. abscess, infection, sore, fis-tula.
adj. beyond, farther; fur-ther, remote; hidden, unavowed.
farthest, most remote; extreme, last; maximum; termi-nal, final, conclusive; elemental; eventual.
n. demand, requirement, exaction.
adj. radical, extreme; superla-tive, excessive.
v.i. howl, wail, cry, hoot, bark, mewl, mew, meow, bellow, moo, roar, caterwaul.
n. resentment, offense, dudgeon, huff; foliage, shade.
n. shade, screen; parasol, sunshade, bumbershoot; canopy, covering.
n. referee, arbiter, arbitra-tor, ump (inf.); linesman.
adj. shameless, brazen, unblushing, unashamed.
adj. tireless, relentless, ceaseless, constant.
adj. incapable, unfit.
adj. complete, unex-purgated.
adj. unsatisfactory; objectionable.
adj. alone, unat-tended, solitary, lone.
adj. inexplicable, mysterious, strange; not responsi-ble, unanswerable.
adj. unwonted, un-used (to); a stranger (to); uncom-mon, unusual, rare, strange.
adj. ignorant, un-knowing, uninformed; never in-troduced, strange.
adj. bare, severe, aus-tere, unornamented, plain, simple; naked, blank; terse, trenchant.
adj. clear, simple, pure, undiluted; genuine, true.
adj. natural, simple, plain; genuine, sincere; artless; untouched,unmoved.
scared, fearful, timid, timorous. Afraid,frightened, terrified all indicate a state of fear.
adj. unsupported; single-[-handed].
adj. anti-American, subversive, fascist, unpatriotic.
n. agreement, consent, accord.
adj. unexpected, un-foreseen; surprising, startling.
adj. unsavory, dis-tasteful, repugnant; tasteless, in-sipid.
adj. inaccessible; cold, cool, forbidding, distant.
adj. weaponless, unpre-pared, defenseless.
adj. shameless, un-abashed, brazen.e.g -insolence.
adj. voluntary, sponta-neous; gratis, free; uninvited.
adj. modest, retiring, reserved.
adj. loose, indepen-dent, alone; unengaged, fancy-free.
adj. ugly, homely, plain, unsightly.
adj. unwarranted, unsanctioned; illegal; illegitimate, unconstitutional.
adj. unattainable, not to be had for love or money.
adj. useless, vain, futile; ineffectual, bootless.
adj. inevitable, cer-tain, unpreventable, necessary. necessity.
unwary, unwarned; oblivious, ignorant.
unpoised, lop-sided, out of kilter; unhinged, de-ranged, off ones rocker
unendurable, intol-erable insufferable, odious
matchless, peer-less; invincible, indomitabe
undefeated, uncon-quered
indecorous, unfitting; ugly, unattrac-tive, ill-suited, inharmonious. disagreement
incredible; un-thinkable, unimaginable, far-fetched, implausible, impossible.
skeptic, doubter, infi-del, agnostic, heretic. irreligion
impartial, unpreju-diced, dispassionate; fair just, equitable
unfix, unpin; liberate
boundless, limit-less, unlimited, infinite. freedom, infinity
indestructible; shatterproof, tough, durable
unrestrained; vio-lent, licentious; unruly, in-tractable. illegal-ity
intact, whole; con-tinuous, constant, uninterrupted, even; untamed, violence
lighten, re-lieve; disclose, reveal
undue, unneces-sary, superfluous, untimely,
mysterious, eerie, ghostly, weird, unnatural. death, fear
indifferent, uninter-ested; thoughtless, inconsiderate. Inattention
continuous, uninter-rupted; perpetual, eternal, endless
incertitude, doubt
unaltered, pristine, erstwhile, undiminished, good as new
unfamiliar, unex-plored. newness
lewd, incontinent, wanton, lascivious, lecherous, dis-solute,unfaithful
rude, impolite, unman-nerly
primitive, simple; barbarous, savage, barbaric
unclothed, undressed, naked
uncleanness, impurity; filth, contamination, fester, rankle, reek, defilement
unobscured, clear, light.
uneasy; cramped; disturbed, restless; unpleasant, distressing
unusual,sporadic; scarce;exceptional, original, unconven-tional
adj. taciturn, reticent; secretive
adj. simple, straightforward
adj. Unfavorable, unflattering
adj. inflexible, unyielding; rigid, strict
indifferent, uninterested, disinterested, detached, aloof; unmoved, uncurious
adj. absolute, unreserved, unqualified; full, plenary; free
adj. unrestrained, free, unhampered
unconformity, nonconformity, unconventionality
indomitable, invincible, irresistible, impreg-nable. strength
unscrupulous, wrong, unethical; extravagant, ex-cessive; immoderate, inordinate
unaware, insensi-ble; stupefied, sub-merged,repressed
adj. illegal, un-fair, unjust, against one’s rights; un-American
adj. uncommon, unusual.
adj. reluctant, re-sistant, obstinate, stubborn, difficult, contrary
v.t. unyoke, disconnect
boorish, rude, crude, common, vulgar, uncultivated;gauche, inelegance
v.t. open, unclose, unseal;reveal, lay bare, expose; undress, denude, bare.divest-ment
n. anointing; unguent, oint-ment; unctuousness, gushing; fer-vor
uncultured, unre-fined, uncouth, rough; illiterate; wild, untilled, primeval
unabridged, complete, unexpurgated
courageous, undis-mayed; bold, intrepid, dauntless, cool, reckless
v.t. disabuse, disillusion, correct.
undetermined, un-resolved, unsettled, uncertain, ir-resolute, doubtful, hesitant
adj. unbeaten ,to overcome in a contest, election, battle, etc.; prevail over; vanquish
adj. uncritical, le-nient
adj. restrained, reserved; impassive, inexpressive, stolid, apathetic, calm
adj. indisputable, in-contestable, unquestionable, in-controvertible, irrefutable
prep & adj. below, beneath, underneath; subject to, controlled by; inferior, subordinate
adj. immature, prema-ture; minor, in one’s minority
n. bush, thicket, brake, bracken, scrub, shrubbery, boscage; furze, gorse, heather
n. freshman, frosh (inf.), sophomore; lowerclassman
underwear,clothes worn under outer clothes.
masked, in dis-guise, incognito; [top-]secret, clandestine, sub rosa
n. undertow; under-tone, innuendo
v.t. Undersell,to cut under or beneath.
n. loser, victir,a person who is expected to lose in a contest or conflict.
Estimation underrating, undervaluing, etc.; underestimate, underrate, undervalue
v.t. suffer, experience, en-dure, sustain, bear, stand, with-stand
n. freshman, frosh (inf.)sophomore, junior; lower-classman, undergrad
n. subway, tube, resistance, partisans, guerrillas, Maquis. subter-ranean, buried, interred
underhanded, adj. hidden, secret; deceitful, fraudu-lent, unfair, furtive, devious, deception
v.t. underscore; accent, emphasize, urge. importance.
n. subordinate, assistant, inferior, deputy, apprentice; ser-vant, menial, retainer
adj. hidden, latent, ba-sic
honeycomb; subvert, weaken, de-moralize, thwart, frustrate. hindrance, deteri-oration, weakness
prep. & adv. beneath, below, lower, under.e.g -low-ness.
n. underwalk, tunnel, tube, viaduct.
impover-ished, deprived, depressed, down-trodden, unfortunate; un[der]de-veloped
v.t. undervalue disparage, belit-tle
v.t. Underline,to mark with a line or lines underneath; underline, as for emphasis.
n. underneath, downside.undersigned, n. signer, subscriber, endorser, petitioner
v.t. know, comprehend, grasp, catch; perceive, discern, penetrate, apprehend; interpret
n. discernment, comprehension, intelligence, knowledge, insight
v. underestimate, under-value, palliate, belittle, degrade, deprecate
n. alternate, substitute, standby, stand-in, second, double
n. funeral director
Projectundertaking; compact, engagement, promise; undertake, tackle
n. riptide, undercurrent, backlash; eddy, vortex
n. underclothes, undergarments, underthings, girdle, panty girdle, brassiere,
n. netherworld, infernal regions, hell, Hades; world of crime, criminals, gangsters
v.t. insure, guarantee, warrant, indemnify; sanction, authorize; sponsor, finance
adj. unmerited, unwarranted
disagreeable, distasteful, objectionable, disliked; inadvisable, inexpedient
discreditable, inelegant, ludicrous, awkward, gauche; mean, degrading; indecorous, ill-bred
adj. wild, chaotic; lawless, licentious; primitive, savage; spontaneous, capricious, erratic
adj. true, genuine; evident, obvious; candid, frank, open
adj. unchallenged, indisputable, accepted, agreed
concentrated, exclusive, whole, intact, entire; single, united.
v.t. loose, unlock, unfasten, untie, release; annul, can-cel
n. downfall, defeat, ruin, reversal
adj. undisputed,accepted, sure, as-sured, certain
v. strip, disrobe, unclothe, peel (sl.), dismantle, expose
unjust, inequitable; im-proper, inappropriate; extreme, excessive, immoderate
v. surge, fluctuate, ripple, pulsate, wave.convolution
adj. deathless, immortal, unending
v.t. exhume, disinter; ex-pose, disclose, discover, uncover; eradicate, uproot, dig up
adj. supernatural, un-canny, ghostly, spectral, eerie, weird
restless, restive; dis-turbed, perturbed, disquieted, un-comfortable
adj. improvident, unthrifty
ignorant, un-taught, untutored, illiterate
adj. apathetic, calm, cool, impassive, unfeeling
idle, jobless, out of work; loafing, at leisure, at liberty, free, available; looking ,
adj. endless, inter-minable; ceaseless, incessant
disparate, dispropor-tionate; inadequate; uneven, mis-matched, one-sided
unmistakable, un-qualified; clear, definite, yes or no, black and white
adj. immoral, unprinci-pled, unscrupulous
variable, odd, unequal, disparate; rough, lumpy, broken, rugged
adj. monotonous, hum-drum, dull
adj. faultless, be-yond criticism
adj. common, ordi-nary, unremarkable
unforeseen; sud-den, surprise, abrupt, accidental, coincidental, contingent,
adj. constant, steadfast, unfaltering, sure
unjust, unreasonable, in-equitable; unsporting;partial, biased, prejudiced
disloyal, faithless; adulterous, philandering, cheat-ing, untrue, fickle; inaccurate
unknown, uncom-mon, strange, novel, new; unac-quainted.e.g -unconformity,
adj. dowdy, old-fashioned, out-of-date, old hat (sl.), out (sl.); passé, antiquated
v.t. loose[n], disconnect
fathomless, bot-tomless, unplumbed, unsounded; unintelligible, inexplicable
adverse, disadvan-tageous, inauspicious, unpropi-tious, unlucky; unfriendly
impracticable, im-possible, unthinkable
hard[-hearted], cold [-blooded], cruel; heartless, inhu-man, callous, dispassionate
adj. unchained, unre-strained, at liberty
adj. crude, raw, sketchy, rough; incomplete; amateurish, inept; unpainted, etc
incapable, unqualified, etc.; incapacitated, unhealthy, in poor condition; unsuitable
cool (inf.), even-tempered, imperturbable
adj. detracting, derogatory, abusive.
v. open, unroll, smooth out; disclose, expose, announce; de-velop, progress.e.g -disclosure.
adj. unexpected, unan-ticipated, out of the blue; sudden
adj. memorable, no-table.
adj. inexcusable, un-pardonable
relentless, unre-lenting, implacable, unappeasable, inexorable; merciless, pitiless; vengeful
unlucky, hapless, unsuccessful, abortive, disastrous
adj. baseless, vain, groundless, ungrounded
adj. hostile, inimical, antagonistic; unfavorable
v.t. dismiss, discharge, oust, disgrace.
adj. barren, unproduc-tive, infertile, sterile; fruitless
v.t. unroll, open, spread out, fly, wave; display
adj. awkward, clumsy; gawky, ungraceful, lumbering; grotesque
adj. illiberal; mean, harsh, exacting
godless, pagan, free-thinking; profane, unholy, impi-ous; satanic, diabolic; informal
adj. unbridled, ir-repressible, unruly, headstrong, uncontrollable, unmanageable
unthankful, ingrate, unappreciative, thankless, forget-ful; unwanted, unpleasing
inadvertent, thoughtless, incautious; with one’s guard down; not guarded
unlucky, unfortunate; sad, sorrowful, wretched, miserable,inconsolable, gloomy joyless
sickly, infirm, ailing, invalid; delicate, frail; undesirable, inauspicious, ominous
unprecedented, unexampled; unbelievable, inconceivable
v.t. unsettle, derange, unbalance, craze
unhallowed, unconsecrated, unsanctified; wicked, profane; ungodly, impious
unchanging, even, regular; homogeneous, consistent
Homogeneity Nouns—uniformity, homogeneity, evenness, consistency
v.t. consolidate, combine, amalgamate, join
uninventive, uncreative, uninspired; imitative, stereotyped, hack, pedestrian, prosaic.
irreproachable, above reproach; innocent, faultless; reliable, authoritative
snub, rebuff; scamp, neglect, disdain. —n. snub, rebuff, cut
unimportance, insignificance, nothingness, not matter, signify nothing
unpopulated, unpeopled, unsettled, vacant
adj. unhampered, free natural, spontaneous.
Incoherenceunintelligibility, incoherence; obscurity, 1, pass comprehension; veil.
adj. accidental, in-voluntary, inadvertent, unpremed-itated, spontaneous.e.g -chance.
adj. dull, dreary, te-dious, humdrum.
adj. continual, in-cessant, constant.
n. unity, concord, uniting, joining, connection; combina-tion[con]federation, association
sole, single; singular, only, sui generis; unequaled, matchless, unparalleled, unprece-dented
n. harmony, concord, agreement, union, unanimity, unity.
Onenessunity, oneness, individuality; indivisibility, be one or alone, isolate
adj. comprehensive unicatholic, ecumenical; popular, general; cosmic; global, world-wide.
Totality of existing thingsNouns—1,empyrean,Adunder the sun
n. college, school, academy, seminary, institute, institution
adj. unfair, inequitable, undue, biased.
adj. uncombed, disordered, ill-kept; slovenly, untidy
pitiless, merciless, hard-hearted, cruel, brutal, harsh, inhuman
adj. incognito, unrecognized, unperceived, unfamiliar
v.t. open, unfasten.
not lawful; contrary to law; illegal.
v.t. uncage, unshackle, [un]loose, release, set loose
aside from, let alone, without, barring
adj. dissimilar, diverse, different, disparate; distinct, separate
improbable, doubtful, dubious; farfetched, inconceivable; impracticable
undefined, indefinite, boundless, limitless, uncounted, infinite, full, absolute, unconfined
v.t. empty, disgorge, discharge, offload, unpack
v.t. unfasten, unbolt, disengage, undo; open; release, un-governable, refractory
adj. loveless, jilted, spurned.
unfortunate, illstarred, ill-omened, hopeless, disastrous; regrettable
v.t. emasculate, devitalize,unnerve, enervate, weaken; effeminize
adj. unruly, ungovernable, refractory.
adj. cowardly; ignoble;effeminate.
adj. rude, uncivil, illmannered; caddish, discourteous.
adj. bachelor, spinster, maiden, virgin; widowed, divorced; celibate, single, unwed.
v.t. disclose, lay bare, reveal.
Lack of meaning or senseNouns—1, unmeaningness,
adj. ineffable, unutterable, unspeakable, nameless,
merciless, pitiless, inhuman, cruel; unfeeling, relentless, unrelenting; stern,
obvious, evident, manifest, patent, clear, apparent, plain, open; downright,
unalleviated;downright, utter, sheer, out-and-out.e.g -greatness, completion.
unaffected, impassive, unsympathetic, etc.; unconvinced, firm, unwavering, unshaken,
artificial, factitious; affected, stagy, insincere; strange, abnormal, foreign; monstrous,
useless, needless, inessential, superfluous, dispensable.e.g -uselessness,
v.t. unhinge, disconcert, frighten, rattle (inf.), give the jitters.
adj. uncounted; countless, innumerable.
unassertive, unpretentious, shy, modest, retiring,
adj. empty, vacant, tenantless; unemployed.
unauthorized, unauthoritative; tentative; off the cuff or record, not for publication.
adj. unanimous, unchallenged,
adj. unconventional; heretical.
v.t. unwrap, uncover, open; unload, put away.
owing, due, unsatisfied; unsalaried, volunteer.
distasteful, unsavory, unappetizing; insipid; inedible, uneatable, tasteless.
unequaled, peerless, unmatched, inimitable.e.g -superiority,
adj. unforgivable,
unintentional, unpremeditated,
disagreeable, offensive, displeasing, unpleasing, bad, nasty, sickening; noisome
disliked, unloved; distasteful; out of favor,
new, novel, un-heard-of, original.
impartial, dispassionate, unbiased, uninfluenced,
adj. extempore, impromptu, extemporary, impulsive, spontaneous.
Lack of preparationNouns—1, unpreparedness,
adj. unscrupulous, thievish, rascally; lawless, perfidious, dishonest, fraudulent; wicked,
inoperative; barren, unfertile, unprolific; arid, dry, sterile,
adj. amateur
profitless, unbeneficial, unproductive; useless, futile, bootless,
adj. discouraging, disappointing, hopeless.
unfit, unsuited, ineligible; straight, thoroughgoing; certain, out-and-out, outright,
adj. quenchless, insatiate; thirsty, parched, arid.e.g -desire.
indubitable, indisputable, certain, sure, undeniable, irrefutable, incontrovertible,
adj. disturbed, agitated; restless, unpeaceful.
v.t. ravel, untwine, disentangle, untangle; develop, explain, unfold.
adj. illiterate; unlearned, uneducated; unintellectual.
adj. imaginary, illusionary, illusory, shadowy; imponderable, unsubstantial,
adj. impractical, idealistic.
adj. irrational, illogical, absurd, senseless, preposterous, exorbitant; stubborn,
adj. indistinct, unclear, indistinguishabe
unpurified, crude, raw, natural, native; unfastidious, uncultivated, rude, coarse, inelegant,
adj. unconnected; detached, discrete.
adj. relentless, inexorable, unyielding, rigorous, obdurate, remorseless,
adj. untrustworthy, irresponsible, unstable, treacherous, inconstant; unsure, uncertain,
adj. unrelieved, unceasing, unending; endless, relentless,
adj. unrewarded, unanswered; ignored, scorned.
adj. frank, outspoken; demonstrative, cordial; unrestricted, absolute.
adj. nonresistant, yielding, acquiescent, submissive, passive,
n. restlessness, disquiet, uneasiness; agitation, insurgence, rebellion.
adj. unbridled, unchecked, uncurbed, untrammeled, unbounded, free; inordinate,
adj. unlimited, unconfined, unqualified.
adj. wicked, ungodly; unjust.
adj. premature, immature; precocious, crude.
adj. serene, calm, placid, poised, undisturbed.
unmanageable, insubordinate, obstreperous, fractious, refractory, ungovernable, turbulent,
insecure, precarious, dangerous, risky, perilous; untrustworthy.
adj. unclean, polluted, contaminated; unhealthy.
adj. inadequate; intolerable.
Unpleasant tasteNouns—unsavoriness, tastelessness, insipidity; unpalatableness,
adj. unharmed, uninjured.
adj. odorless, scentfree
adj. uneducated, untaught.
adj. instinctive, intuitive, subjective; trial-and-error untrue, unsound, unproved.
adj. untangle, disentangle, unmix; decode, decipher disclose, solve,
adj. unprincipled, conscienceless, dishonest.
adj. untimely, inopportune; inapt.
v.t. displace; depose,
adj. unbecoming, unsuitable, unfitting, improper, indecent, indecorous, tasteless.
adj. imperceptible, invisible,
GenerosityNouns—unselfishness, generosity, disinterestedness,
v.t. upset, disturb, disarrange, displace; unhinge, derange, unbalance.
adj. outstanding, unpaid; disturbed, troubled; unfixed, indeterminate.
adj. ugly, unattractive.
Lack of expertiseNouns—1, unskillfulness,
adj. reserved, aloof, distant, shy, solitary, retiring.
adj. unsought (for), undue, unlooked for; voluntary.
adj. ingenuous, innocent, simple, guileless, artless.
adj. unhealthy, diseased, sickly; deranged, unsettled; invalid, unreliable; untrue, incorrect,
adj. severe, harsh, unstinting.
shocking, dreadful, horrible, execrable, unutterable, inexpressible, unimaginable.
adj. perfect, intact, whole, wholesome; untouched, pristine; ingenuous.
adj. tacit, implied; unsaid.
adj. unsporting, unfair
irregular, fluctuating, unsteady; inconstant, vacillating, fickle, changeable,
fluctuating, waving, shifting, vacillating, irresolute, shaky, tottery, wobbly,
adj. unsparing, generous, lavish; unbounded
adj. unhinged, unnerved, distraught, agitated. Slang, jittery.
unprosperous, unfortunate, unavailing, unproductive.
inapt.adj. unsuited, inappropriate, unfitting, unbecoming,
immaculate, spot less, unspotted, pure, flawless, untarnished.
adj. neglected, slighted, ignored.
adj. skeptical, uncertain; unconfident, hesitant.
adj. unexcelled, incomparable, nonpareil, nonesuch,
adj. trusting, trustful, unsuspicious, credulous, unquestioning, artless.
adj. unfeeling, apathetic, callous.
v. disentangle, [un]ravel, disengage; free, extricate; comb, tease,
adj. illiterate, unlettered, uneducated.
adj. indefensible, insupportable, inconsistent, illogical.e.g -falsehood.
adj. inconceivable, unimaginable,
adj. slovenly, careless, disorderly; messy, littered; dowdy, frumpy, slipshod; unkempt.
v.t. loosen, free, unbind, unknot.e.g -liberation, disjunction.
prep. till, to, up to [the time of].e.g -time.
adj. inopportune, unseasonable; intrusive; inexpedient, early, late, anachronistic.
adj. tireless, indefatigable, unwearied, unremitting, unrelaxing.e.g -resolution.
adj. unknown, unrevealed, undisclosed; countless, measureless, legion, innumerable,
adj. inaccessible, out of reach; immune, exempt, sacrosanct, taboo. —n. pariah, out-cast[e]
adj. inconvenient, perverse, troublesome; vexatious; ungraceful, awkward; unfavorable,
adj. unbroken, untamed; raw, inexperienced, green.
adj. untruth, n.
adj. unaccustomed.
uncommon, rare; out-of-the-way, curious, odd, queer, singular; abnormal, anomalous,
adj. unspeakable,
adj. plain, straightforward,
v.t. disclose, reveal, uncover.
adj. unwelcome, uninvited, undesired,
adj. unjustified, un-called-for, unwarrantable, unjust.
adj. rash, unwise, indiscreet, imprudent, unguarded, injudicious.
n. rabble, populace.
ailing, sick, indisposed, ill, invalid, diseased.e.g -disease.
clumsy, awkward, cumbersome, ungainly,
IndispositionNouns—unwillingness, indisposition, disinclination,be unwilling,
v.i. relax, let down one’s defenses, let one’s hair down.
adj. foolish, injudicious, imprudent, ill-advised; senseless, impolitic, indiscreet.
adj. unknowing, unaware, thoughtless, heedless; involuntary, inadvertent; blind, deaf.
adj. unusual, uncustomary; unused, unaccustomed.
adj. inoperable, impractical; futile,
undeserving, worthless; unbecoming, disgraceful, shameful; despicable, discreditable, derogatory.
adj. legendary, traditional, folkloric.
adj. immovable, unbending, rigid, inflexible, firm; grim, indomitable, obdurate, stubborn,
adv. upward[s], aloft, higher.e.g -ascent, height. upbeat, adj. informal, lively, brisk.
v.t. reprove, chide, admonish, rebuke, reprimand, scold; accuse, charge, revile.
n. rearing, breeding, training, education.
v.t. make current, modernize; revise, reedit,
v.t. improve, better; raise, increase; dignify,
n. cataclysm, debacle; agitation, unrest, revolution,
adj. ascending, rising; precipitous; laborious; difficult, strenuous,
v.t. maintain, sustain; champion; advocate, confirm; approve, encourage,
n. care, maintenance; sustenance; overhead, expenses; pension.
n. elevation; improvement, refinement, inspiration,
adj. luxurious, fancy; expensive, high-priced,
adj. higher, superior.e.g -height. —upper hand, n. advantage, edge,
adj. fashionable, elite; moneyed, propertied; exclusive. Slang, classy,
n. junior, senior,
adj. insolent, haughty, uppity,
vertical, perpendicular, erect; honorable, conscientious, upstanding, honest,
n. revolt, revolution, rebellion, insurrection, [civil] war, coup,
n. tumult, hubbub, discord, pandemonium, bedlam, ado, bustle, din, clamor,
v.t. extirpate, eradicate, root out, abolish, destroy,
v.t. overthrow, overturn, capsize; disturb, bother, discompose,
n. outcome, conclusion, result, effect, meaning,
reversed, inverted, head over heels, standing on one’s head,
v. show up, overshadow,
adj. upright, honorable,
n. parvenu, pusher ,
n. improvement, upturn, upsurge, uptrend, betterment, recovery,
adj. slang, tense, nervous,
modern, new, fresh, current, timely; fashionable, modish, stylish; restored, renovated,
adv. higher, aloft, upwards; more,
adj. city, town, metropolitan, civil.e.g -abode, region.
adj. suave, sophisticated, debonair; civil, polite, affable.e.g -courtesy.
n. hedgehog; child, imp, brat.e.g -youth, demon.
v. solicit, plead, importune, advocate, exhort, incite, instigate; press, push. —n. impulse,
adj. important, imperative, exigent, necessary, critical; importunate, insistent, pressing,
n. vase, vessel, pot, amphora, jardiniere; samovar; cinerary urn, canopic urn,
Employment for a purposeNouns—1, use, employ[ment]; exercise, application,
Lack of utilityNouns—1, uselessness, inutility; inefficacy1,
v.t. escort, introduce, announce, induct. —n. doorman; escort, groomsman, vestryman.
adj. customary, accustomed, habitual, ordinary, wonted, normal, regular,
v.t. seize, expropriate, arrogate, appropriate; conquer, annex, snatch, grab,
n. overcharge, extortion,
n. implement, instrument; vessel, container.e.g -instrumentality, receptacle.
adj. use, utility.
State of being usefulNouns—utility; usefulness, efficacy, efficiency, adequacy;avail,
adj. most, greatest, farthest, furthest; last, final; total, unlimited, full, complete,
adj. ideal[istic], optimistic, visionary, romantic; rosy; perfect; unrealistic,
adj. total, complete, entire; extreme, unusual; unqualified; stark, sheer, downright,
n. emptiness, void, vacuum, space; inanity, stupidity, idleness.
empty; open, free, untenanted, unoccupied, to let; blank, void, hollow; shallow, brainless,
v. move out; leave, decamp; abandon, relinquish, surrender, quit; evacuate,
n. holiday, rest, time off, leave [of absence]; recess, respite; abandonment, departure,
v.t. jennerize, variolate; inoculate, inject, give a shot; immunize; prick, scratch, scarify,
n. bacterin, serum, antitoxin, immunotoxin,
n. uncertainty; fluctuation; hesitation, faltering, shillyshallying,
n. void, vacancy, emptiness, nothingness; space.e.g -absence, nonexistence.
n. handbook, manual.
n. hobo, tramp, vagrant, wanderer, idler, beggar. Informal, bum, knight of the road.
n. fancy, notion, caprice, whim; quirk, foible.
the passage leading from the uterus to the vulva in certain female mammals.
n. tramp, hobo. wandering, aimless, wayward, roving; erratic, capricious,
adj. unclear, blurred, blurry; amorphous, shapeless; undefined, uncertain, indistinct, inexact,
adj. proud, conceited; futile, fruitless; trivial.
adj. vain, proud, boastful,
n. farewell speech, valedictory; farewell, good-bye, adieu.
n. servant; manservant, gen-tleman’s gentleman, attendant,
adj. valorous, brave, courageous, gallant; daring, intrepid, dauntless, lionhearted; noteworthy,
adj. sound, logical; legal, binding, well-grounded, just,
v.t. confirm; legalize.
n. traveling bag, satchel,
n. vale, river land, dale, dell, glen, canyon, hollow.
n. courage, intrepidity, fearlessness; prowess, heroism,
adj. precious, costly; worthy, meritorious,
n. usefulness, worth; price, cost, rate, rating; estimation, valuation,
adj. without worth or value; worthless.
n. damper, cutoff, cock, butterfly, pallet, poppet; ventil, side valve; plug, piston,
n.slang, flirt, coquette,
n. bloodsucker, bat; ghoul; parasite; slang, siren, seducer, vamp, temptress,
n. truck, lorry, moving van; forefront, vanguard, avant garde; front, head.
n. pillage, depredation, plundering; destruction, mutilation,
n. girouette, anemometer; cone, sleeve, sock; arm, plate, fin, blade.
n. van; spearhead, front line, shock troops; marines; avant garde; forerunner,
v.i. disappear, fade out; dissolve; slang, decamp, vamoose.
Excessive prideNouns—1, vanity, conceit, conceitedness; immodesty,
v.t. conquer, subdue, subjugate, overcome; quell, silence;worst, rout; master.
n. advantage; rise, vantage ground or point.
adj. flat, tasteless, insipid; tame, spiritless, lifeless, dull.
Visible gasNouns—1, vapor, vaporousness, vaporization,vaporize, volatize,
adj. changeable, alterable; inconstant.
n. change, alteration; difference, disagreement, discord; jarring,
n. variance, alteration, change, modification; diversification,
having various colors; variegated; motley
Marking with different colorsNouns—1, variegation, diversification, diversity,
n. variation, diversity, difference; assortment; kind, class; brand; multifariousness; vaudeville,
diversified, multiform, diverse; different; many, several, manifold, numerous,
n. shellac, lac, lacquer; spar; gloss, mitigation, whitewash, excuse. —v.t. shellac, lacquer,
v. change, alter; fluctuate; differ, disagree; diversify.e.g -difference, discord, disagreement.
n. urn, cup, chalice, jug, amphora, ampulla,
n. liege, liegeman; thrall, bondman, subject; [feudal] tenant, serf,
adj. huge, immense; infinite, boundless, immeasurable; tremendous, enormous.
n. vessel, cistern, tank, drum, cauldron; tub, tun, puncheon, bac[k], barrel,
n. turns, acts, variety; burlesque, music hall.
n. arch, dome, cupola; bank vault, safe; tomb, sepulcher, catacomb; dungeon, cell,
v. boast, brag, vapor, talk big.e.g -boasting.
v.i. swerve, shift; deviate; jibe, come about, yaw.
Any plantNouns—1, vegetable kingdom, vegetation, vegetable life,
n. cerealist, herbivore, granivore, nutarian, lactovegetarian; phytophagan; food faddist,
v.i. stagnate, exist.
n. vegetable life; flora, verdure, greenery.
n. violence, vigor, impetuosity, force; ardor, fervor, warmth, zeal.
ConveyanceNouns—1, vehicle, machine, conveyance, equipage,start,
n. net, mesh, curtain, screen, cloak, cover; film, haze, cloudiness. —v.t. conceal, becloud,
n. blood vessel, rib (of a leaf); streak, stripe, marbling; [ore] deposit, lode, seam, ledge,
n. parchment, skin, sheepskin; papyrus; manuscript, document.
SpeedNouns—1, velocity, speed, celerity, swiftness speed, hasten, post,
n. silk, plush, velour, velure,
adj. money-loving, mercenary, sordid; corrupt, bribable, purchasable
v. sell, purvey; publish, issue,
n. feud, grudge fight, vengeance.
n. facing, overlay, coating, shell; superficial polish, facade.
adj. aged, hoary; patriarchal; respected, revered,
n. esteem, respect; admiration, worship; awe,
adj. sexual, genital, coital; syphilitic, luetic; gonorrheal, chancrous; aphrodisiac,
n. retaliation, revenge; vengefulness; reprisal, retribution; nemesis,
adj. vindictive, rancorous,
adj. excusable, pardonable, slight, trivial,
adj. poisonous; envenomed, noxious, toxic, virulent, deadly; spiteful, malicious, malignant,
v.t. utter, express; let out, let off, emit, expel, discharge. —n. ventilator, opening, airhole,
v.t. air; freshen; disclose, publish.
v. dare, risk; speculate; undertake; presume, hazard, stake, take a chance.
adj. daring, enterprising; hazardous, dangerous.
n. truth,habitual observance of truth in speech or statement; truthfulness.
n. porch, gallery, piazza, portico.
adj. spoken, oral, unwritten; literal, verbatim, word-for-word.
v. express in words, phrase; expatiate.
adj. word-for-word, literal, verbal, letter-perfect; unchanged, unedited. —adv.
adj. wordy, prolix, repetitive, talkative.
Ger.forbidden, as by law; prohibited.
adj. green, grassy; fresh, springlike; inexperienced, naive, artless.
n. judgment, ruling, finding, decision, opinion, decree; determination,
n. grass, growth, greenness,
n. edge, brink, rim, marge, margin; point,
v.t. corroborate, substantiate, confirm, prove, make certain, establish; identify.
adj. real, genuine, authentic; proven, valid.
n. pests, insects, rats, mice;scum, riffraff,
n. tongue, dialect; argot,slang.
adj. many-sided; adaptable; skilled.
n. versification; poetry, prosody, poesy; line; stanza; meter,
adj. skilled, skillful; knowledgeable; accomplished, trained, conversant.
n. rendition, account; translation.
prep. against, in opposition to.
n. top, apex, head, cap, crown, pinnacle; height; acme, zenith,
Perpendicular to the earth’s surfaceNouns—1, vertical, perpendicular,
n. dizziness, giddiness, vertiginous.e.g -insanity, rotation.
n. gusto, vivacity, dash, fervor, elan, vigo,
adv. exceedingly, highly; emphatically, decidedly, notably; unusually, remarkably,
n. container; vase, urn, jug; boat, ship,
v.t. furnish, endow, invest; clothe; give the power or right, enfranchise, authorize.
n. foyer, lobby, hall[way], reception hall; passage, entry [way]; anteroom or -chamber,
n. trace, remainder,
n.pl. canonicals
n. vestiary, sacristy; chapel,
n. old man, elder, patriarch, graybeard, oldster (inf.), old-timer
n. veterinary, animal or horse doctor, vet (inf.)
n. nullification; no, nyet; pocket veto; disapproval, prohibition.
v. tease, plague, harass, torment; roil, pique; fret, chafe, irritate, annoy, provoke, nettle.
prep. through, along, on, by way of, by means of, per.
adj. fertile, capable; possible, potential; alive, living, vibrant; workable, practical.
n. trestle, bridge, span, arch.
n. phial, flask, flacon, vessel, ampoule, test tube.
n.pl. slang, vibrations, intuition; vibraphone, vibraharp,
adj. pulsing, athrob, seismic; resonant, sonorous; robust,
n. vibrating, shaking, shimmying; thrill, quiver, throb, pulsation; agitation,
n. priest; deputy, agent,
adj. substitutive; once removed, secondhand, indirect; proxy, deputy; imaginary, fictive,
n. viciousness, evildoing, wrongdoing, wickedness, iniquity, sin, sinfulness; crime,
adv. oppositely, contrariwise, conversely, turnabout.
n. neighborhood, locality, vicinage; nearness, proximity, environs, environment.
adj. sinful, wicked, iniquitous, immoral, wrong; criminal, disorderly; vile, felonious, nefarious,
n. change; change of fortunes; fluctuation.
n. prey; sufferer, dupe, gull, cat’s-paw; sacrifice, martyr.
v.t. cheat, dupe, swindle, hoax, fool, gull, deceive, hoodwink,
winner, champ.n. champion, winner; conqueror, vanquisher.
n. conquest, triumph, success; winning, mastery; the palm, laurel, wreath,
n.food,victuals, food supplies; provisions. food or provisions for human beings.
n. television, tv.
v.i. rival, emulate; contend, strive, compe,
n. sight; panorama, vista, prospect, scene; inspection, survey; purpose, aim; viewpoint,
n. attitude, point of view, standpoint,
n. watch, surveillance; wake; wakefulness,
adj. alert, wary, watchful, wakeful, unsleeping; careful, cautious, circumspect,
a member of a vigilance committee.
n. decoration, ornament; picture, illustration, depiction, sketch, squib, piece, description.
Active strengthNouns—1, vigor, force, might, vim, power, strength, energy,
adj. base, debased, low, lowly, mean; repulsive, odious; foul, nasty; paltry; evil,
v.t. vilipend, revile, calumniate, traduce, slander, libel, defame, decry,
n. mansion, chalet, château.
n. town, hamlet.a small community or group of houses in a rural area
n. blackguard, scoundrel; knave, rascal, rogue; badman; evildoer; slang,
n. roguery, rascality; criminality, depravity, wickedness, wrongdoing.
n. zest, energy, vigor, pep, zip (inf.), ginger (inf.),
reply, defense, demurrer, exception vindicate, justify,
n. climber, creeper, runner, twiner, tendril, vinelet; liana, bine, stem, shoot; grapevine.
n. acetum, pickle; condiment, preservative.
n. crop, produce, harvest; viticulture, viniculture; [vintage] wine,
v. break, breach; outrage, profane, desecrate; disrespect; transgress,
vehemence, intensity, impetuosity be violent, run high; ferment, effervesce
n. fiddle; string; Amati, Stradivarius, Strad, Guarnerius; violinist; (pl.) string section.
n. very important person, personage, somebody.
n. adder, snake, serpent; traitor, turncoat, Judas [Iscariot], Iago, double dealer,
any of several venomous Old world snakes of the genus
n. termagant, vixen, shrew, maenad, hellcat.
n. maiden, celibate, vestal; spinster. -adj. chaste, untouched; maidenly, fresh,unexplored,
adj. manly, masculine, macho,
adj. practical; implied, im-,
goodness; morality; moral rectitude,practice, virtue; do, fulfill, perform,
n. dilletantism, dabbling; skill, mastery, proficiency, technique,know-how, expertise,
n. consummate artist, artiste; connoisseur.
adj. poisonous, venomous; deadly; toxic, noxious; malignant, malevolent; caustic,
n. venom, poison, contagium, germ, microorganism.
n. endorsement, validation, stamp
n. face, countenance, physiognomy;semblance, look, as,
potent; fully sexed.e.g -plicit; substantial; true, veritable; strength, vigor. potential.
adv. face-to-face, tête-à-nous; oleaginous, greasy.
adj. viscid; ropy, glutinous, sl.)
n. clamp, gripper, clinch.
perceptibility; conspicuity, precision appear, show, gleam, glimmer,
sight, optics, eyesight, seeing,visual, ocular,
guise; puss, phiz, map
adj. idealistic, unpractical, quixotic, Utopian; imaginary, delusory, chimerical.
n. call; interview, appointment; stopover, sojourn. -v. call on,
n. visit; calamity, misfortune; seizure, stroke, blow; disaster; bad luck, hardship.
n. beaver, vizard, mask, domino, [eye] shield, eyeshade, sunshade, peak, brim.e.g -covering.
n. view, prospect, scene; landscape; panorama.
adj. optical -n. picture, illustration.
v.t. picture, envision; imagine, project.e.g -imagination.
adj. essential, indispensable, necessary; life-supporting; vivifying, invigorating; alive, live,
n. life; vigor, energy, virility; viability.e.g -strength.
v.t. adulterate, weaken; impair, spoil; destroy, void, invalidate; corrupt, contaminate,
adj. eruptive, fiery, explosive.See violence.
n. will, choice, voluntariness;option, preference, willingness.
n. broadside, salvo, fusillade, raking, round; burst.e.g -attack.
Fr. reversal. a turnabout, especially a reversal of opinion or policy.
adj. talkative, verbose; fluent,glib.
n. book, tome; contents, capacity;bulk, mass, dimensions, size, quantity.
adj. capacious, big, bulky, copious; prolix; ample.
adj. free-will, volunteered,willing, spontaneous, willed,
n. enlister; offerer. -v. enlist; offer, proffer; give, donat,
adj. sensual, carnal,
v.t. throw up, disgorge; belch, spew, eject.
n. wanga, obeah, fetishism, witchcraft, black magic; witch doctor,
adj. ravenous, omnivorous;rapacious; starving, famished,hungry; gluttonous, edacious.
n. eddy, whirlpool; maelstrom;whirl; storm center.
n. votarist, devotee, disciple, follower, enthusiast, adherent, zealot, fan (inf.). -adj.
n. poll, ballot; franchise, suffrage;choice, voice, option, election;referendum,
v. guarantee, warrant; affirm, declare; answer for, attest; certify; support, back,
n. receipt, stub; warrant, testimonium, evidence, record, support.
v. swear, take oath; vouch, affirm;pledge, promise; dedicate, devote; take vows,
Lat. the voice of the people.
n. cruise, sea trip, crossing, sail, excursion.
n. Peeping Tom; lecher, pervert,psychopath.
vulgarism; barbarism; offense, bad taste,offend, coarsen, vulgarize; misbehave,
adj. open (to attack); weak, defenseless, assailable, susceptible.
adj. foxlike; foxy, crafty,
n. predator, scavenger; condor,buzzard, griffon; extortionist, bloodsucker,
n. genitals, yoni, cunt (sl.).
adj. slang, erratic, odd, demented, wacko (sl.).
n. lump, plug, stuffing, filling, batting, wadding; bankroll.
n. toddle, shamble, lurch, waggle, sway, duck walk.
v. walk through, traverse, ford; wallow, slog,
n. biscuit, cracker, cookie; lozenge, tablet, troche.
v.i. informal, vacillate, equivocate, fluctuate.
v. float, buoy, convey, transport, carry; roll, wave.
v. wave, shake, sway, jerk, waggle, wigwag, itation. -n. wit,
v.t. wager; conduct, make, carry on, engage in, undertake.e.g -warfare, undertaking, chance.
n. & v. bet, stake, gamble, risk, hazard,
n.pl. pay, payment, hire, compensation, remuneration; earnings, salary, income.
n. cart, dray, buckboard, wain; truck, lorry, car; van.
v.i. stray, foundling; [street] Arab; homeless child; vagrant,
v.i. lament, cry, moan, bewail; howl, ululate, caterwaul; complain.
n. girth, middle, midriff, loin, waistline; bodice, blouse, shirt, tunic.
v. stay, linger, tarry, abide, remain, bide [one's time], sit tight,
n. servant, garçon, attendant, steward, servitor, waitress, carhop; tray,
v. relinquish, renounce, give up, forgo, disclaim, surrender (a right or claim); defer
an intentional relinquishment of some right, interest, or the like.
n. path, track, trail, swath; vigil, watch.e.g -rear, interment, passage. -v. [a]rouse,
adj. alert, watchful, on guard, on the qui vive, vigilant; restless, sleepless,
n. ramble, stroll, promenade, wander, saunter, travel
n. side, partition, bulkhead, flange, splashboard; rampart, defense; barrier; fence; cliff,
a horrible voicebad breeding, and a vulgar manner (Aristophanes). Antonyms,
n. purse, pocketbook, billfold; bag, pouch, sack, moneybag; pack, knapsack.
v. thrash, beat, strike, punch, hit, clout.
v.i. tumble, grovel, roll, flounder, welter, toss; revel, delight in, luxuriate in.
adj. pale, pallid, waxen, waxy, ashen, ashy, bloodless.
n. rod, caduceus, mace, scepter; staff, stick, baton; divining rod, dowsing stick; withe.
v.i. rove, ramble, stroll, walk, range; digress, swerve, deviate, stray; straggle, forage.
v.i. decrease, lessen, ebb, fade, diminish, peter out, dwindle; abate, subside; decline,
v. informal, wheedle, inveigle, coax; extort, wring, wrench; contrive,
n. need; poverty, indigence; lack, dearth, deficiency, absence; shortage, inadequacy,
adj. lacking, missing, absent,
adj. lewd, licentious, loose, dissolute, immoral; frolicsome, abandoned, capricious,
a conflict carried on by force of arms, as between nations or between parties within a nation
v. trill, sing, quaver.
v.t. watch, guard, defend, protect; fend, parry, stave [off]. -n. watch, guard,
n. keeper; game warden, church warden; custodian,
n. keeper; gatekeeper; warden; guard; mace, staff.
n. clothing, outfit, togs, duds, apparel, attire, livery, uniforms, finery; clothes closet,
n. store, depot, supply dump, storehouse.
n.pl. merchandise, goods, commodities; products, stock in trade, provisions, kitchenware,
state of war, fighting, hostilities war, go to war; declare war,
n. charger, courser, destrier (archaic); informal, veteran, vet, war dog, old-timer; slang,
n. archaic, wizard, sorcerer, necromancer.
adj. hot, tepid, lukewarm; sunny, mild, summery; close, muggy; ardent, fervid,
adj. ardent, impulsive.
n. [war] hawk, war dog; war lord, militarist, mercenary; drumbeater, flag-waver,
forewarning, caution, caveat;1, warn, caution; forewarn, prewarn,
v. twist, bend, serve, distort; bias, prejudice; pervert, deviate; incline.
n. -on the warpath, bellicose; wrathful.
n. warranty, guaranty; pledge, security, surety; authority; summons, writ, permit,
n. hutch, rabbitry; slum[s], tenement, shantytown.
a person engaged or experienced in warfare; soldier.
a ship built or armed for combat purposes.
n. growth, blemish, excrescence, callous, protuberance.
adj. guarded, watchful, alert, cautious, suspicious, discreet, prudent, chary,
v. clean, cleanse, deterge, bathe, lave; wet, soak, rinse, drench; purify; irrigate, inundate,
n. slang, failure.
n. lavatory, wash-up, bathroom, rest room.
n. sink, washbowl, washbasin, lavabo, lavatory, commode, washpot, water butt.
adj. snappish, petulant, irascible; slender-waisted.
wastage; dissipation; dispersion;1, waste, spend, misspend, expend,
v. look (at), scrutinize, examine;view, stare, ogle; regard, follow,survey,
n. bandog, bloodhound, mastiff; police dog; censor, monitor,policeman; guard[ian].
adj. alert, vigilant, observant.
n. beacon, lighthouse; lookout or observation post.
n. countersign, shibboleth;,
moisture, wetness; drinking water, spring water, watery, liquid, aqueous, aquatic,
n. cascade, falls
adj. water-repellent or -resistant, watertight; leakproof, impermeable; seaworthy, hermetic,
n. runoff, catchment basin; basin, reservoir; crisis, crux, crossroad[s], milestone.
adj. water-repellent, waterproof;airtight, safe, binding, legal, ironclad, unbreakable.
n. channel ,a river, canal, or other body of water serving as a route or way of travel or transport.
adj. aqueous, aquatic, liquid;,
v. wag, shake, sway, flutter, stream (in the wind); signal, motion,gesture,
undulation; signal, gesture,flourish; convolution, curl; marcel, permanent, finger wave.
v.i. vacillate, fluctuate, hesitate;sway, tremble, totter; undulate;teeter.
v. cere, grease, coat, smooth, polish; grow, increase, strengthen.
n. passage, road, route, path, roadway, highway, channel, street, avenue; journey,
n. traveler, walker, hiker, rambler, wanderer, pilgrim, journeyer.
v.t. accost, buttonhole, detain; attack, surprise.
adj. perverse, willful, forward; delinquent; capricious, changeable,
adj. Feeble ; faulty, unsatisfactory; uncertain, unsure, irresolute; watery,
adj. moronic, idiotic, imbecilic, feebleminded; brainless, foolish, witless, empty-headed,
feebleness, debility, debilitation, infirmity be weak, faint, drop, crumble, droop,
n. riches, fortune, ority; means, resources, property, money; plenty, plenitude,
adj. rich, affluent, opulent, moneyed; worth a fortune; well-to-do, well-off; rich as Croesus,
v. separate, withdraw, deprive; estrange, grow up; alienate,
v. last, endure; use, show, display; tire, fatigue, weary; bear, don, put on; carry,
weariness, tiredness, exhaustion, lethargy, lassitude, 1, weary; wear,
n. ermine, suck-egg; sneak, skulker, trickster, hedger.
n. clime, climate.e.g -air. —under the weather, informal, sick, ill; drunk.
adj. weathered, seasoned, inured, acclimatized, casehardened.
n. girouette, weather-vane; opportunist.
n. meteorologist, weather forecaster.
v. interlace, intertwine, twine, entwine; loom, spin, fabricate; plait, pleat, pleach, braid,
n. cobweb, spiderweb; weaving, texture, mesh, net; network, hookup; trap, snare, scheme,
v. marry, espouse; couple, blend, join.
n. quoin, chock, sprag, block, shim.
adj. tiny, little, minute, small; infinitesimal, microscopic; diminutive, petite,
v.t. root out, extirpate, clear (of weeds); cull; remove, eliminate.
n.pl. mourning, black, widow’s weeds.
n. seven-night,a period of seven successive days
v. shed tears, cry, lament,
v. measure (weight); lift, heft; balance, scale, counterbalance; examine, ponder, consider,
n. heaviness; heft; overweight, avoirdupois, tonnage, poundage; gravity;
adj. light, feathery; disembodied, immaterial, incorporeal, intangible; floating, drifting,
adj. ponderous, heavy; burdensome, onerous; influential.
adj. uncanny, eldritch, eerie, spooky (inf.); ghostly, spectral, unearthly; supernatural.
n. greeting, salutation, cordial reception, glad hand (sl.). —v.t. greet, salute; embrace,
v.t. fuse, unite, join, fasten; blend.
n. well-being; prosperity, advancement, profit, sake, benefit; social work or service,
adj. healthy, robust, strong, hale, hearty, in good health. —adv. rightly, properly; thoroughly,
n. good, prosperity; euphoria, good health, sanity, robustness,
adj. well-behaved or -brought-up; noble, wellborn, gentle; courteous, polished,
n. slang, well-off; rich.
adj. familiar, recognized, famous, renowned; notorious.
adj. well-intentioned, with the best intentions, kind[ly], well-disposed, sympathetic.
adv. very nearly, almost.e.g -nearness. well-off, adj. prosperous, fortunate; wealthy.
adj. learned, erudite, scholarly, bookish, educated; well-informed.
adj. complete, thorough.
n. fountainhead, wellhead, fons et origo, source.
adj. comfortable, well-off; prosperous, affluent, wealthy, rich.
v. welch; default on, fail, hedge, renege; leave high and dry, leave holding the bag.
n. wale, weal; edging, rim; binding; cord, ridge, rib.
n. confusion, turmoil; jumble, hodgepodge, mishmash; ruck, masses; ferment. —v.i. wallow.
n. girl, maiden, lass[ie], servant; maid; slut, slattern, tart, trollop, harlot,
n. wolf-man, lycanthrope, loup-garou; changeling.
n. Occident; Europe; Wild West.
dripping; thin, diluted. adj. damp, moist, dewy; clammy, dank, humid, dripping; rainy,
n. cetacean; finback; blue, humpback, killer, sperm, sulphur-bottom,
n. slang, hex, spell, curse.
n. dock, pier, quay, landing; waterfront.
pron. that which; sort of, kind of; which; how; whatever, whatsoever, whichever.
n. thing, something, what have you, whatever, contraption,
v.t. coax, cajole, persuade; court, humor, flatter.
n. disk, circle, roller; roulette or fortune’s wheel; bike, bicycle; slang, VIP,
n. pushcart, barrow.
n. slang, operator, player, power broker.
v. breathe hard, gasp, puff, choke. —n. old joke, gag, chestnut.
adv. at what time?, at the same time; whereupon, just then, whenever.
adv. attribution.
adv. in what place; whereabouts, whither; in what direction, from what source, place,
n. locality, location.
conj. inasmuch as, since, while, as, in view of, forasmuch as, in consideration of,
adv. whereat, after which.
n. means, resources; money, funds, cash, capital, assets, the stuff (inf.),
v.t. sharpen, hone, whetstone, grind; excite, stimulate, provoke, stir up, kindle, quicken,
conj. if, in case; if it is so; in either case.
n. puff, waft, blast; inhalation.
conj. during, as long as, whilst, whereas; although. —while away, v. pass the time, kill time.
n. caprice, fancy, desire,va-gary; notion, quirk, crotchet, whimsy; freak; impulse.
v. & n. cry, whine.
adj. curious, odd, peculiar, freakish; humorous, waggish, droll; crotchety, capricious, queer,
v.i. cry, whimper, complain, moan, snivel, gripe (sl.), bellyache (sl.)
n. lash, scourge; quick motion, snap. —v.t. lash, beat, flog; thrash; conquer, subdue; defeat.
n. brat, pipsqueak.
v.i. buzz, hum.to go, fly, revolve, or otherwise move quickly with a humming or buzzing sound
n. spin[ning], gyration, turn; flutter, tizzy, confusion; pirouette. —v. spin, twirl, turn,
n. merry-go-round, carrousel; rotor, roller, etc.; top.
n. eddy, swirl; vortex, maelstrom.
n. tornado, twister, cyclone, typhoon, hurricane, windstorm.
n. [egg]beater; whiskbroom. —v. whip, froth, beat; sweep; swish, whish; zip.
n.pl. beard, hair, stubble; hirsuteness; mustache, sideburns, goatee, Vandyke, muttonchops,
n. [hard] liquor, spirits; booze, moonshine, bootleg (all inf.); hooch, white mule, rotgut,
n. murmur, whispering, sigh, breath; hint, intimation, rumor, gossip, plot; aside, stage whisper.
n. & v. pipe, piping, flute.
adj. snow-white ,cleansed, purified; Caucasian, Caucasoid.
v.t. calcimine, kalsomine; whiten; vindicate, exonerate; informal, shut out, blank, skunk (sl.)
v. shape, carve; pare, cut, slice, shave; deduct, curtail, dock, diminish; dwindle, eat away,
v.i. rush, slang, expert, ace, crackerjack.
pron. which one?; that.
whole, totality, totalness, integrity; form or constitute a whole; integrate,
adj. sincere, earnest; enthusiastic.
adj. bulk, job-lot, jobbing; extensive, indiscriminate; at a discount, cheaper; mass, sweeping,
adj. healthy, beneficial.
n. informal, shamefaced or barefaced lie.
n. prostitute, harlot, bawd, strumpet, streetwalker, call girl, B-girl, daughter of joy.
n. brothel, cathouse, bordello.
adv. wherefore? what for? for what cause? how come? (sl.).
adj. evil, bad; criminal, depraved, iniquitous; cruel, heartless, sinful,
n. twig, vimen, shoot, rod, osier, willow, withe, sallow; rattan, straw, buri,
n. gate, door; window; hoop, arch; turnstile.
adj. spacious, widespreading, comprehensive; generous, ample, all-embracing; broad,
adj. general, common, rife, universal, prevalent; ubiquitous; extensive,
n. survivor (of a husband), relict, dowager; divorcée, grass widow.
n. breadth, broadness; wideness, span, beam; extent, expanse.
v.t. handle, manipulate, ply; brandish, flourish, wave, shake; employ, control,
n. married woman; mate, spouse, Frau, the Mrs. madam, little woman, old lady,
n. toupée, toupet, doily (sl.), divot (sl.), rug (sl.); peruke,
v.i. squirm, shake, wriggle, wobble, wag, shimmy.
n. hut, lodge; teepee.
adj. savage, untamed, uncivilized; feral, bloodthirsty, fierce; uncontrolled, amuck,
n. lynx, puma, mountain lion, panther, ocelot.e.g -animal. —adj. informal, risky,
n. wasteland, waste[s], wilds, badlands; desert, sands, Sahara.
n. fool’s errand, chasing rainbows; red herring, snipe hunt,
n. animal kingdom, fauna.e.g -animal. wile, n. stratagem, subterfuge, ploy; trick, dodge.
free will, volition, conation, velleity; will, see fit, think fit; determine,
adj. self-willed, arbitrary; headstrong, wayward, obstinate, stubborn,
adj. minded, desirous, predisposed; docile, agreeable, easygoing,
n. voluntariness , penchant, desire; docility,
n. ignis fatuus; illusion, chimera.
n. self-control, self-discipline; choice, determination.
adv. will I, nill I; nolens volens; like it or not,
v.i. droop, sag; weaken, languish, wither; collapse.
adj. designing, tricky, crafty, foxy; deceitful, crooked,
a weak, ineffectual, timid person.
v. beat, conquer, master; gain, obtain, get; achieve, accomplish, reach; persuade, sway,
v.i. flinch, recoil; shy, quail, shrink.
n. windlass.the crank or handle of a revolving machine.
wind, windiness, draught, draft, flatus, afflatus, air; 1, blow,
n.slang, bag of wind, gasbag, gasses (sl.), big mouth (sl.), blabbermouth (sl.); braggart,
n. bonus, prize, blessing, boon; treasure trove,
n. sailboat, sailing ship; sailor
n. casement, dormer, opening; pane; bay window,
throttle,the trachea of an air-breathing vertebrate.
n. informal, end, termination, conclusion, closure, settlement, climax,
accompanied or characterized by wind
n. the grape; drink, liquor; drinking, intoxication; stimulant,
n. pinion, [feathered] limb, pennon, ala; arm, sail; flank; ell, annex,
v. blink, nictitate, nictate, squint, twinkle; overlook, ignore, condone.
adj. conquering, victorious, triumphant; winsome, captivating, charming, engaging,
v.t. select, cull, sift, separate, glean, ventilate,
v.t. select, cull, sift, separate, glean, pick; ventilate, fan.
Wintertime,Gold:hiber- nation
adj.raw,brisk,Gold
v.t. clean,rub,brush,dust,dry,towel
n.thread,flex,cord,line:telephone,cablegram,telegram
n. radio; radiogram, marconigram.
adj. filamentous, filar, threadlike; strong, muscular, sinewy; tough; flexible.
n. sagacity, understanding; conventional wisdom.
adj. sage, sagacious; learned, profound, deep; judicious, well-advised; informal, impudent,
n. slang, crack, quip, witticism, comeback, answer.
n. desire, will; pleasure; craving, yearning, want, hankering; intention.
n. fantasy, wistfulness, nostalgia.
adj. washed-out, anemic, colorless; weak-kneed or -willed, spineless, irresolute, feeble,
n. bundle; tuft, lock.
adj. musing, pensive, thoughtful; desirous, wishful,
wit, wittiness; Atticism; salt; 1, be witty, joke,
n. hag, beldam[e], crone; shrew, scold, dragon; sorceress, enchantress; charmer.
n. sorcery.the art or practices of a witch; sorcery; magic.
n. vigilantism, persecution, baiting; purge, investigation, inquisition, McCarthyism,
prep. by, by means of, through; accompanying, alongside, among[st], amid[st], beside,
v. remove, separate, subduct; retire, retreat, disengage, draw off; abstract, subtract; recall,
v. waste, decline, droop, wilt, fade, decay; contract, shrivel, pine, decline, languish; blast,
v.t. keep back, restrain, detain; check, hold back; hinder; suppress, repress,
adj. & prep. outside, out-door[s], indoor[s]; internal.
adv. & prep. outside, out-door[s], outward, beyond; minus.
v.t. face, confront; fight off, oppose, defy.
adj. senseless, brainless; silly, foolish, pointless, idiotic, moronic, imbecilic,
n. testimony, proof, evidence, corroboration; deponent, eyewitness; testifier,
n. witty, a witty remark or sentence.
n. wonder-worker, conjuror; Merlin, magician, sorcerer; informal, master, expert.
v. roll, rock, stagger, reel, lurch, yaw, sway; teeter, totter, flounder; hesitate, waver,
n. trouble, tribulation; sorrow, grief; unhappiness, misery.
woeful, adj. sorrowful, unhappy.
n. canid, wolfkin, cub, whelp; hyena; werewolf, wolfman; slang, philanderer, rake, roué,
n. female, lady, gentlewoman; wife.
adj. effeminate, emasculated; unmanly; shrill, vixenish; soft, weak.
v. feminize; slang, philander, chase after women,
wonder, wonderment, marvel, miracle, miraculousness,
adj. miraculous, marvelous, amazing, astounding;. great, swell, dandy; colossal,
n. custom, use, habit, routine, practice, usag,
v. court, make love to; seek, pursue, solicit; importune.
n. forest, grove, timber, copse, coppice, thicket, spinny, bosque, bois; woods,
n. wood block, woodprint; xylograph, lignograph, pyro-graph, wood engraving,
adj. sylvan, forested, timbered.
adj. wood[y], ligneous, xyloid; oaken, mahogany, ash, pine, teak, walnut, etc.; frame,
a shed for storing wood for fuel.
n. woodcutter, lumberman, lumberjack, logger, timberjack; conservationist, forester,
n. flute, clarinet, oboe, bassoon, saxophone.
n. molding, paneling, baseboard, didoes, frames, jambs, sashes; doors.
n. weft, filling; fabric, texture.
n. fleece; down, hair; worsted, yarn. —adj. woolen; knitted; woolly, hairy, fleecy,
adj. absentmindedness, daydreaming.
adj. fleecy; informal, confused, blurred, fuzzy.
adj. slang, confused, befuddled; shaky, groggy,
word, term, expression, locution, linguistic unit or form,
n. acrostic, palindrome, anagram[s], crossword puzzle, ghosts, riddles, word square,
n. phrasing, expression, phraseology.
adj. verbose, talkative, loquacious, prolix, garrulous; rambling, circumlocutory, windy,
n. job, occupation, calling, trade, profession; task, stint,
adj. feasible, practicable; tractable.
adj. everyday, quotidian, common[place], matter-of-fact, homespun, humdrum; routine,
n. slang, overachiever, beaver.
n. laborer, workman; artisan, craftsman; operator, doer, performer; journeyman,
n. informal, hard worker; drudge, hack.
adj. effective; operational.
n. proletariat, wage-earners, blue-collar workers.
adj. well-done, expert, professional.
n. craftsmanship, handiwork, skill, technique, expertness,
n. trial, essay; practice, rehearsal, run-through.
n.pl. factory, plant, mill, workshop, shop; mechanism, machine; fort, rampart,
n. workhouse,laboratory, factory, manufactory, mill,
n. creation, nature; earth, cosmos
adj. experienced, sophisticated; earthly, mundane; terrestrial; profane, secular,
adj. universal, widespread; general, all-embracing, unlimited.
n. earthworm, angleworm; maggot, larva, grub, caterpillar; insect; crawler,
adj. used, secondhand; frayed, shabby, threadbare; shopworn; weary.
n. care, anxiety, mental anguish, uneasiness, fear, apprehension; concern,
n. informal, worrier, nervous Nellie (inf.), Cassandra,
worship, adoration, devotion, homage, service; 1, worship, adore,
v.t. best, defeat, conquer.
n. merit, value, price, cost, estimation; worthiness, importance, virtue, credit; character.
adj. useless, no good, good-for-nothing, no-account (inf.), lousy (sl.); base,
adj. beneficial, salubrious, good; gainful, profitable,
adj. deserving, meritorious; virtuous, good; estimable, honest, upright, reputable.
adj. hopeful, aspiring; pretended, so-called, self-styled, soi-disant; fraudulent.
n. injury, hurt; painfulness. —v.t. injure, hurt, lame, cripple; pain; shoot, stab, cut,
n. ghost, specter.
v.i. quarrel, bicker, squabble, dispute, altercate, argue, brawl.
n. robe, shawl, serape, cloak, coat, cape, cover, wrapper, blanket. —v.t. swathe, swaddle,
n. summary, précis.
n. choler, anger, ire, indignation; vengeance; fury, rage.
n. garland, lei, chaplet, festoon; laurel wreath, garland of bays; floral ring, decoration.
n. destruction, ruin, undoing; accident, collision, crack-up, smash-up,
v.t. twist, wring; yank, pull; extort, wrest, snatch; sprain, strain,
v.t. turn, pull, twist; tear away, snatch, grab.
v. grapple, strive, struggle with, contend.
n. sufferer; beggar, outcast, pariah; knave, villain; rogue, rascal.
adj. beggarly, worthless, miserable; paltry, mean,afflicted; shabby, disreputable,
v. wiggle, shake, squirm,
v.t. wrench, twist; rack, pain; squeeze, compress; extort.
n. furrow, crease, pucker, fold, corrugation, rumple; crinkle, crow’s-foot; informal,
n. process, summons, warrant.
v.i. wriggle, squirm, twist, contort.
writing, chirography, calligraphy, pencraft, penmanship, write, pen,
adj. immoral ; mistaken, unfactual; unsuitable, improper,,wrong, wrongfulness,
adj. injurious; erroneous; unlawful; unjust, unfair.
adj. misguided, stubborn, obstinate.
adj. crooked, twisted; askew, awry; ironic, distorted, contorted; warped.
adj. yellow[ish]; fulvous, tawn.
adj. blond[e], fair, light-skinned; fair-, yellow-, or golden-haired; yellowish; Mongolian.
adj. racy, lewd; salacious, erotic, pornographic; adult, for adults only.
n. Roentgen ray; radiation; radiograph.
n. woodcut, wood engraving.
adj. wood[y], ligneous.
n. marimba, gamelan[g], vibraphone, vibraharp, glockenspiel, orchestra bells,
n. sailboat, pleasure boat; houseboat; sloop, yawl, ketch; cruiser.e.g -ship.
n. lout, knave. one of a race of brutes, having the form and all the vices of humans
v. informal, complain, wail, gripe (sl.), grouse (sl.), whine, whimper, pule; cry,
n.&v. pull, twist, jerk.
v. yelp,yip,a sharp, shrill, or snappish bark.
n. enclosure, court[yard], patio.
n. ruler; standard, criterion, rule, test, measure.
n. thread, worsted, spun wool; tale, fib, tall story.
v.i. drift, deviate; jibe, tack.
v.i. gape, open wide; split, part.
adv. yes; indeed, truly.
n. twelvemonth; fiscal year, calendar year.
n. annual, annuary, calendar, almanac; journal, diary, record.
n. teg; youngling, colt, filly, whelp, cub.
v.i. pine, long, hanker; grieve, mourn.
n. leaven, ferment, barm; spume, froth, foam.
v. & n. shout, cry, scream, shriek, bawl, call; yelp, bark; bellow, roar, hoot,
adj. fair, blond[e], flaxen, light-haired
n. slang, coward
n.&v. bark, squawk, cry, yap, yip.
n. informal, desire, craving, longing, hankering, yearning; taste, hunger,
n. freeholder, commoner, farmer; guardsman, beefeater; attendant, retainer; petty officer.
adv. yea, aye; indeed verily; agreed, surely, certainly, of course, that’s right.
n. Talmudic academy, rabbinical seminary; Hebrew school.
n. day before; the past.
conj. nevertheless, notwithstanding, still, however,besides, thus far,
n. crop, harvest, product.surrender, cede, abandon, give up; give in, succumb; produce, bear,
adj. soft, pliant, tractable, docile; submissive, compliant, fertile.
v.i. warble ,a song, refrain, etc., so sung,a call or shout so uttered.
n. union, bond, chain, link, tie; bondage, vassalage; couple, pair, team.
n. rustic, peasant, countryman; hick, hayseed, rube,
adj. yon, that. —adv. in that place, thither, there, beyond; in the distance, afar, far away.
n. antiquity, old times, olden days, good old days (inf.), time immemorial; yesterday; by-gone[s],
adj. youthful; puerile,foundling; adolescent, juvenile,inexperienced, immature.
youth, juvenility, juvenescence, immaturity, juniority; rejuvenate,
v.i. & n. howl, scream, squawk.
adj. informal, delicious, tasty, delectable. yuppie, n. bourgeois, middle-class person.
n. clown, madcap, buffoon, comic, fool, comedian, jester, merry-andrew, Punch,
n. earnestness, devotion, dedication; passion; soul, spirit,warmth, energy; zealotry, fanaticism.
n. fanatic, addict, fan (inf.); visionary, dreamer, enthusiast; bigot; devotee, partisan.
n. summit, top, acme, apex, pinnacle, apogee; climax, culmination; prime, heyday.
n. breeze, breath, gentle wind, west wind.
n. dirigible [balloon], airship.
n. nothing; naught, nought; cipher, none, zip (inf.), goose-egg (sl.),
relish, gusto, appetite, enthusiasm, enjoyment,thrill, titillation,exhilaration;tang,twang,pungency
adj. back-and-forth, tacking, serrated, jagged; crooked, tortuous.
n. informal, zero; vigor, zest, energy, ginger (inf.), whiz (inf.), ping (inf.), swish (inf.),
n. slide fastener.
n. zitter, cittern, cithara; koto.
n. constellations; horoscope, circle, circuit.
n. walking dead, living ghost; automaton, stooge (sl.); monster; eccentric, oddball,
n. region, clime, climate; district, ward, area; belt, girdle, band, girth, cincture.
n. zoological park or garden; menagerie; vivarium, vivary; aviary, birdhouse;
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