v. 1. To cause to feel unfriendly where friendliness once existed. 2. To cause to feel alone and cut off from .
adj. Having or showing great warmth or deep feeling; intensely eager.
n. A showing of self-control or patience. (v).To hold back; to keep from doing or saying something.
adj. Easily tricked or cheated; too trusting.
n. Any person or thing that is an obstacle.
adj. Causing anger or trouble.
v. 1. To order or prearrange. 2. To install as a minister, priest, or rabbi, often in a special ceremony.
n. An enthusiastic reception; long and loud applause.
adj. Not hidden; public.
v. To take back an opinion or statement; to confess to being wrong.
n. A reply to what has been said.
v. To find fault with; to blame. (n)Blame, disgrace, or discredit.
adj. Like a slave; excessively humble.
v. To exceed or go beyond.
v. To make insulting remarks about; to slander.