To make off, decamp, or abscond.
Happening in the evening or at nightfall.
The use of a word starting with a letter of the alphabet as the name of the letter.
A group of cultural sites in South Kensington, London.
Having the quality or nature of an antidote to poison.
Relating to a scale that shows the seasonal difference between time as shown by clocks and by the sun.
The process of creating an anamorphic image.
Resembling or characteristic of a duck.
A channel, crevice or passage full of windings and turnings. Not describing a maze.
An interstellar instantaneous communications device.
Consisting of human skin.
A protective or decorative cloth over the back of a chair.
Leaving out the last sound, syllable, or part of a word.
Having the appearance or consistency of sand.
An eroded meteor impact crater.
The blasting of plants by the sun during high summer.
Freedom from disturbance of mind or passion; imperturbability.
Gloomy or morose; bad-tempered or irritable. Is normally used when poetic.
A keeper of goshawks.
Writing about oneself in an adulatory way.
Incomprehensible or pretentious verbiage.