Protection or support; patronage. A portent, omen, or augury, especially when based on the action of birds.
Attended by favorable circumstances.
Heedful of circumstances or consequences; prudent.
Deserving of scorn or contempt; vile.
Self-examining; thinking about one's own thoughts and feelings
The quality of being clearly expressed or easily understood; the ability to perceive or understand keenly
Likely to become or be; likely to happen; expected.
Having the ring of truth but actually false.
A phantom; apparition. A threatening or haunting possibility.
A broad sequence or range of related qualities, ideas, or activities; a range of values of a quantity or of related quantities.
Acuteness of perception; keenness.
Supremely accomplished or skilled; complete or perfect in ever respect; complete, utter.
noun: Skill or adeptness in performance; dexterity. Skill in deception, guile. adjective: Shrewd or crafty in manipulation or deception; executed with or exhibiting ingenuity
A natural gift or quality; funds or property donated to an institution, individual, or group as a source of income
Done or achieved with little effort or difficulty; easy. Working, acting, or speaking effortlessly; fluent. Arrived at without due care, effort, or examination; superficial.
adjective: Not capable; not properly or well qualified. Not adequate for the purpose; not sufficient. noun: A person who is not capable or qualified for a particular task.
Awkward or clumsy; not suitable to the circumstances or occasion; inappropriate. Lacking in judgement, sense, or reason; foolish.
Performing in a given art, skill, or branch of learning with expert correctness and facility; adept.
An innate inclination; tendency.
To address an earnest or urgent request to; implore. To request earnestly; beg for.
The act of coaxing by flattery or wheedling.
To coax gently and persistently.
To bring out, evoke; to call forth.
To direct with authority and emphasis; command. To prohibit or forbid.
Requiring immediate attention or remedy; urgent. Requiring or demanding a great deal.
Arrogantly domineering or overbearing.
A command, directive, or order. A court order enjoining or prohibiting a party from a specific course of action.
noun: A beggar. adjective: Depending upon alms for a living; practicing begging.
noun: A question; inquiry. A doubt in the mind. trans. verb: To express doubt or uncertainty about; question. To put a question to.