v. To hate or loathe intensely
v. To shorten in duration or extent; to diminish.
n. Intense ill will.
adj. Favorable, promising.
v1. To besiege, to surround with an army.
2. To surround with troubles; to harass.
n. (spelled confidante when female) A person to whom secrets are told.
n1. One of the many parts that make up a whole.
2. A voter represented by a particular official.
adj. Unjust; wicked.
v. To adjust to and accept unpleasant or undesirable conditions.
v. (used with against) To complain or protest strongly.
n. A person or thing that has held a position or office before another.
n. Acts that intentionally damage, hinder, or seek to discredit.
v. To engage in intentionally damaging acts.
adj. Taking pleasure in causing pain.
adj. Harshly critical.
v1. To become apparent; to come to light
2. To happen or occur.