Distinctive shape, color, or line
Senile old person
a doubt or hesitation in regards to the morality of something
Foreboding, giving the impression something bad will happen
religious or solemn ceremony
Convenient and practical, although possibly improper or immoral.
Brief, satirical or witty, statement
resemblance, or similarity, usually relating to the exterior form of something.
Make an offense seem more forgivable
Formation or expression of an opinion
to willfully give false testimony, or lie, while under an oath or affirmation (eg. Mr. Slonim committed blank when he swore, on his life, that he was a rock-star alien with tiger blood pumping through his veins.)
Vulgar display, especially of wealth
Notoriety gained from a poor reputation
Not softened or lessened. Absolute. (Eg. The Vietnam war was an blank catastrophe.)
A funny hat.
A technique of weaving trees together
A private dwelling or retreat
Looking exhausted or unwell
Amusement, especially that which produces laughter
Having, or displaying, a friendly manner
By chance, perhaps
Complete, utter (what blank nonsense)
To bed forcibly exiled from the church.