(n) The substitution of an inoffensive term for one considered blunt or offensive.
(adj) Very bad smell.
(adj) Sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy.
(adj) Wise in practicle matters.
(v) To repeal or annul.
(adj) Prone to outburts of temper.
(adj) Strongly scented; aromatic.
(adj) Tending to make or become worse.
(n) A book, especially a large or scolarly one.
(adj) Extreemly infectius, harmul, or poisenous, as a disease or toxin.
(adj) Gaudy and cheap.
(adj) Boisterous and disorderly.
(n) Representation of something as existing or happening outside of its historical order.
(adj) Departing from a conventional pattern.
(adj) Unreasonalby irritable or ill-tempered; peevish.
(adj) Marked by unusual early devolopment or maturity.
(adj) Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time.
(n) Offspring or descendents.
(adj) Combative in nature, belligerent.
(v) To regard with loathing; detest.
(n) Deception by trickery.
(v) To avoid or neglect (a duty or responsibility).
(n) Jarring, discodant sound; dissonance.
(adj) Completely ordinary and commonplace; trite.
(v) To waver in mind or opinion; be indecisive or irresolute.
(v) To consent or comply without protest.
(adj) Generous and noble, especially in forgiving.
(v) To make or become better, improve.
(v) To make easier, assist.
(adj) Conscientious; painstaking.
(adj) Impulsive and unpredictable.
(n) Scitifrania, zoned out state.
(adj) Conspicously bad or offensive.
(adj) Inclined to keep one's personal affairs to oneself.
(v) To increase the severity of, agrivate.
(adj) Incapable of erring.
(n) Furniture with swinging doors with hangers and shelves; armoire.
(v) To placte, soothe.
(adj) appropiate to a situation.