Expression of approval or favorable opinion.
To make easier, relieve, calm.
Alliance, splinter group
A combination, union or merger for something.
A condition or period of decline or decay.
To draw forth, bring out from source.
To attempt to dissuade from some decision with reasoning.
Used so often that it lacks originality.
A gap, opening, break.
Insinuation, direct statement
A hint, indirect suggestion, or reference.
To plead on behalf of someone else; to be a third wheel.
Wearied, worn-out, dulled.
Causing shock, horror or revulsion.
Worthy, deserving recognition and praise.
Peevish, easily irritated and upset.
A special right or privilege.
A person from an outlying area.
Pretend, be real
Surpass, give up
To rise above or beyond.
An overshadowing influence or power.
Excessively smug or smooth.