to influence, sway, or entice with some tempting appeal (The child tried to ___ the stray dog into her yard with a piece of bread.
a lack of concern or feeling, indifference (The man looked upon the turn of events with____ .
favorable (Making an "A" on the first test was an ____ way to begin he year.
a portrayal where features are distorted, a parody (The ____ of the presidential nominee was hysterical.
courteous and gracious; friendly; warm (We recieved a very ____ reception from the host of the party.
dealing with the whole world (His ____ views make a natural delegate to the world convention.
to regret deeply or strongly; to feel or to express deep grief for (The students ____ the death of their teacher.
disagreeing, inconsistant (The auditor became suspicious when he found the ____ accounts.
extreme happiness (The music was so beautiful that it put the crowd into a state of _____.
understanding or identification with another's feelings or situation (Having been discriminated against, I have alot of _____ for those seeking equal pay for work.
ambiguous (usually intended to mislead) (His speech was difficulft to understand because of all his ____ statements.
done with speed and efficiency (You need to be ___ in solving this matter.
to stimulate or to excite as if by an electric shock (We are hoping that these new discoveries will ___ the public support of our research.)
incapable of being appeased. (That young man is the enemy of the ___ woman standing in the corner; she will never stop hating me)
not able to be imitated (He has his own ___ way of doing things.)
the degree to which something is subject and likely to change (The ___ of his opinions was because of political pressures; these alone caused his changing attitudes.
deserving hate or contempt (Pornography is an ___ business.)
limited in range or scope, narrow, provincial (Having ____ attitudes, she was not receptive to new ideas.
a strong inclination (He has a ____ for chemistry, and he has won many science awards.
very heavy, unwieldy from weight (The ____ furniture was hard to move, and thus became a burden.
to prolong (The union hopes to ___ the strike in order to force management to settle.
filled to capacity, abundantly supplied (The bar was _____ with every possible kind of alcohol.
something that tends to cause sleep and to dull awareness or alertness (Quiet music late at night is ____.
loud and harsh sounding (The teacher used a _____ voice when reprimanding a student.
violation of faith; betrayal of trust; treason (The mans ruthless act of ______ was expected.