v. 1. To be able to pay for.
v. 2. To be able to do.
v. 3. To give; to provide.
v. 1. To talk with too much pride in oneself or in what one owns or has done; to brag
v. 2. To have and to take a proper pride in having.
n. Three or more notes of music played together.
adj. Unusually good.
n. 1. An edge made of short lengths of material such as thread, used to decorate clothes, curtains, etc.
n. 2. An outside edge.
adj. 1. Plain and simple.
adj. 2. Not proud; modest
v. To bring down to defeat.
n. A field of grass or wildflowers.
adj. Filled with sorry; very sad.
n. A state of sadness
adj. Not willing to give in; stubborn.
v. 1. To ask for something that is felt to be very important; to beg.
v. 2. To respond to a charge by a court of law.
v. 1. To throw oneself into.
v. To push or force quickly.
v. To drop sharply
n. A sudden dive or fall.
v. To become less strict.
v. To give to someone to look over or decide about.
v. To give in to someone or something.
v. To walk slowly and heavily, as though with great effort.