put up (said of figs)
To place in a receptacle or a container; to store.
large, heavy, and often unwieldy or clumsy
destroy utterly; wipe out; cause to become invisible or distinct; blot out
Looking or feeling dejected; morose.
Outer covering of seeds/fruits, as the husk of grain, pod of pea, shell of a nut, etc.
A long, loose robe with wie sleeves and tied with a sash, originally worn as a formal garment in Japan
French philosopher (1638-1715)
A figment of the imagination; an illusion or apparition; An illusory likeness of something
A series of words said as a magic spell or charm
A bag carried on the shoulder by a long strap and typically closed by a flap
A flat-topped piece of furniture with cupboards and drawers, used for storing dishes, glasses, and table linen.
Not embarrassed, disconcerted, or ashamed
A small overnight travelling case
A pigpen; an inflamed swelling o the end of an eyelid, caused by bacterial infection
1 - clergymen, archbishop
2 - an official who performs a legal/civil marriage ceremony
1 - Vapor extractor
2 - Minty-smelling medicine that helps with nasal decongestion
The wealth and resources of country or region, esp. in terms of the production and consumption of goods and services
A close- fitting cover for something, esp. something that is elongated in shape, in particular
Relationship in which a person, thing, or idea is linked or associated with something else.
queen for a day (TV show reference)
1- To be wildly popular on a certain day.
2- To be treated like a queen for a day.
3- A tv series called "Queen for a day" in which a woman was selected to receive fabulous prizes based on a sob story or a fascinating life story.
Kill (someone) by depriving them of air
A fine translucent coton of silk fabric that is usually stiffened and is used for women's clothing.
Small perfume bag used to scent clothes
offensive terms for a small black child
"Gone with the Wind" (book reference)
1936, is a romance novel written by Margaret Mitchell
Tree of northern india and CHina having purple blossoms and small inedible yellow fruits
A form of singing or calling marked by rapid alteration between the normal voice and falsetto
(William Tecumseh) Sherman
(February 8, 1820 - February 14, 1891) was an American soldier businessman, educator and author. He served as a General in the Union Army during the American Civil War.
An arbor or framework for the support of vines.
Carve or mold a design on (a surface) so that it stands out in relief.
Dried out with heat; Extremely thirsty
(of several people or things) Come together from different directions so an eventually to meet; Come from different directions and meet at (a place).
(died c. 288) was a Christian saint and martyr, who said to have been kille during the Roman emperor Diocletian.
Having or expressing a lively, cheerful, and self-confident manner.
Having a red or flushed complexion.
Fat, round, or bulging
Holding as much water or moisture as can be absorbed; thoroughly soaked.
He death or suffering of a martyr; A display of feigned or exaggerated suffering.
Courteous, kind, and pleasant esp. towards someone of lower social status.
Excellence of manners or social conduct
(of cloth, clothing, or soft furnishing) Becoming thin and tattered with age; (of a person, building, or room) Poor of shabby in appearance.
The making of amends for a wrong one has done, by paying money to or otherwise helping those who ave been wronged. The compensation for war damage paid by a defeated state.
1. A Mechanical device using suction or pressure to raise or move liquids or gases.
2. A light shoe
3. Force to move (liquid, gas, etc.) in a specified direction by or of means of a pump.
Address (someone) in such a way as to express disapproval or disappointment
having or producing a full, deep, or rich sound.
a man's soft felt hat with a somewhat conical crown that is flat and creased at the top, a narrow brim partially turned up and usually has a feather for decoration
1. a light, thin fabric with wrinkles
2. hard-wearing wrinkled rubber (soles of shoes)
in an initial state; beginning to happen or develop
the communication of disease from one person to another by close contact
search unsystematically and untidily through a mass or receptacle
uncalled for; lacking good reason; unwarranted; free
release the moorings of (a vessel)
1. a piece of fruit, vegetable or meat that is coated in batter and deep-fried
2. waste-time, money or energy on trifling matters.
someone who lives near wharves and lives by pilfering from ships
1. a plant of the mallow family with long ridged seedpods, native to the Old World Tropics
2. the immature seedpods of this plant eaten as a vegetable and also used to thicken soups
taro; edible starchy tuberous root of taro plants
a West Indian dish consisting of steward meat or fish with vegetables
1. (of fabric) fill with air and swell outward
2. (of smoke, cloud or steam) move or flow outward with an undulating motion.
1. landing stage or small pier at which boats dock or can be moored
2. a breakwater constructed to protect or defend a harbor, stretch of coast, or riverbank
a plant whose ovules are enclosed in an ovary; a flowering plant
1. a bulbous plant of the lily family with strap-like leaves and a compact spike of a bell-shaped fragrant flowers
2. a light purplish-blue color is typical
a length of cloth or an enveloping garment in which a dead person is wrapped for burial
an upright bar, post, or frame forming a support or barrier
a deep to vivid pinkish-red
hair of the pale yellow color
a defensive wall or other reinforcement built to strength a place against attack.
a short, fitted jacket worn by men and boys
slow decay or disintegration (esp. because of neglect)
esp. with reference to something unwelcome or unpleasant producing good effects - beneficial
a waterfall or a series of small waterfalls over steep rocks
(feeling rather) bucked
Slang for disagreeing or feeling angry towards something.
(constrained by) stays
Laced underbodice (corset)
a strong downward current of air
an implement consisting of a long, curved single-edged blade with a long bent handle, used for mowing or reaping
a shallow, flat-bottomed open boat with a s harp bow and square stern
having the qualities of gallantry and honor attributed to an ideal knight
having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner.
relating to, or affecting cattle
remarkably or impressively great in extent, size or degree - unnatural or abnormal
1. a vest (esp. one worn by men over a shirt and under a jacket)
2. a man's quilted long-sleeved garment worn under a doublet on the 16th and 17th centuries.
in an uninterestingly ponderous manner - having great weight
small European fish used as bait and relayed to carp
a coxswain (esp. of a racing boat)
a fence or enclosure set in a waterway to fish
a private, romantic rendezvous between lovers (keep a rendezvous of this kind)
faint from extreme emotion; be emotionally affected by someone or something that one admires, become ecstatic
of an azure color - sky blue
make (someone) feel uneasy or embarrassed.
pass or cause to pass easily or gently through or as if through the air/water
1. (of a cruel or violent action) deliberate and unprovoked 2. a sexually immodest or promiscuous woman.
person who sells ironware (esp. in Britain)