A tract of uncultivated, open land with infertile, often sandy soil covered with rough grasses and small bushes or heather; a plant of a family that includes heather and some other low-growing evergreen bushes, commonly found on heaths
Characterized by severe serious, or desperate circumstances; warning of a future disaster or serious consequences.
A servile or slavish follower of somebody generally regarded as important; a servant or slave
Relating to or affecting the body
Something that has little or no importance, significance, or value; a small amount of something.
To conclude that something is the case on the bass of only limited evidence or intuitive feeling; a conclusion drawn on only limited evidence or intuitive feeling
Feelings of shame and regret about doing something wrong
Relation to the poetic style of John Donne, George Herbert, and other early 17th-century English poets who used consciously intellectual language and elaborate metaphors that compared dissimilar things.
To punish or scold somebody
To win and hold somebody's attention, interest, or devotion; to mislead or deceive somebody
To demand something noisily or desperately; to shout at the same time as other people, and make a lot of noise.
A fragrant oil substance obtained as a resin from various trees; something that has the effect of calming, soothing, or comforting
To speak vaguely or ambiguously, especially in order to mislead.
To drink and become noisy, especially in a group
A violation of the allegiance owed by somebody to his or her own country, e.g. by aiding an enemy; betrayal or disloyalty.