v. to approach and speak to in an aggressive or challenging way.
n. Greed for wealth.
v. To cheat out of what is due.
adj. extremely skilled; complete or perfect.
v. To bring to a satisfactory conclusion; to complete.
adj. (used with with) Having knowledge or experience; well-informed.
adj. Willing to believe things with only slight or no evidence; easily convinced.
n. A feeling of great happiness or well-being.
adj. 1. Happening by lucky chance; accidental.
2. Lucky or fortunate.
adj. Based on something that is not actual but assumed or supposed.
n. A supposition or tentative explanation for purposes of argument, further study, or investigation.
adj. Not connected; confused; rambling.
adj. Very small in size or importance.
n. An agreeable, casual remark.
v. To put off until later.
n. A feeling of uneasiness as to whether what one is doing is right or wise; a misgiving.
n. A mark of shame or disgrace.
v. To give a bad name to.
n. the willingness to believe things with only slight or no evidence; the act of being easily convinced
adj. feeling great happiness; almost ecstatic
n. a supposition or tentative explanation for purposes of argument, further study, or investigation
n. the inability to speak clearly; speaking only in unconnected, confused, rambling words
n. the act of postponing something until a later date
v. to give a bad name to.