according to the sequence in which things happen.
made to resemble something genuine in order to defraud.
a succession, lasting several generations, of rules from the same family or group.
pertaining to, or resembling a nomad; wandering hopelessly.
receiving or deserving notice; exceptional; striking.
a formal, usually long speech, especially one given on an important occasion.
of, concerning of, or following that which is customary, generally approved, or conventional.
any disaster that affects a large population, especially a disease epidemic or the sudden influx of harmful insects.
to validate, to confirm, or establish (something) to giving formal approval or consent.
a state of great agitation, disturbance, or confused excitement; commotion; tumult.
not hurt or harmed; completely uninjured.
to confirm the truth or accuracy; substantiate; confirm.
someone who is present at an occurrence only by chance or does not take part in it.
facial expression or general appearance.
to grow and thrive; to do well; prosper.
to cause to be or to become nervous, confused, or agitated.
causing or expressing deep sorrow or anguish.
something that motivates one to work or act.
a sad, gloomy, or depressed state or quality.
capable or coming into existence; possible; latent.
adept or skilled, usually as a result of a study or practice.
clearly noticeable; obvious; conspicuous.
unenthusiastic or unwilling; disinclined.
to respect or cherish with awe; venerate; honor.
near or next to; adjoining.
heavy, tightly woven cloth, usually flax, hemp, or cotton, used to make sails, tents, and protective coverings.
to done or practiced according to custom or tradition rather than by law; usual.
to depress or destroy the hope or confidence of; discourage; dispirit.
absolute; forthright; straightforward.
friendly, warm, and generous, especially in welcoming, feeding, and lodging guests.
absolutely necessary; essential.
capable of catching fire and burning, or easy to set aflame; flammable; easily aroused or excited.
felt, experienced, or possessed equally by each for the other or others, as among two or more peers.
to fortify or make more effective; strengthen.
the quantity that exceeds what is needed or required; an extra amount.
permitting the passage of light and a clear view of objects on the other side.
the act or process of disturbing or stirring up.
a union of interested parties such as individuals, families, political entities, or organizations.
to arrive at a climax or conclusion (usually followed by in).
to beg (someone) for something, or to do something.
to start or cause to start a process of growth or development; sprout.
to strike or cause to be struck by, a physical assault; to impose (something unpleasant).
to suggest (something offensive) subtly and indirectly.
able to read and write.
to get or get hold by effort; obtain.
an agreement establishing a stopping of hostilities; peace treat.
desirous of revenge; vengeful.
having the essence or effect but not the appearance or form of.
to drive or move forward
to hold or keep a person in custody.
to spread through touch.
to come together to watch or experience something.