noun: A cause of abhorrence or disgust.
adjective: Responsive and receptive to advice, authority, or suggestion.
noun: A poet, especially a lyric poet.
verb: To deceive by guile; to delude.
noun: A group or an assemblage.
adjective: Corrosive and bitingly trenchant.
noun: A gallant or chivalrous man.
adjective: Showing arrogant or offhand disregard.
adjective: Obstinately or stubbornly disobedient. (obdurate, recalcitrant).
adjective: Counter to or against what intuition would lead one to expect or conclude.
noun: One who seeks favor, especially by insincere flattery or obsequious behavior.
adjective: Characterized by shyness and modesty; coy.
adjective: Marked by or exhibiting sorrow, grief, or pain.
verb: To make for one's own use in violation of a trust.
verb: To give one's loyalty or support to.
noun: The state or quality of requiring much effort or immediate action.
verb: To instigate or foster.
noun/adjective: A strong inner feeling, instinct, or notion of future misfortune, evil.
adjective: Unworthy of serious attention.
adjective: Causing grief, pain, or anguish.
noun: A long impassioned speech, especially one delivered before a gathering.
adjective: Stubbornly prejudiced, narrow-minded, or inflexible.
noun: Words with same sound and often the same spelling, but differ in meaning.
adjective: Incapable of being corrected or reformed.
verb: To suggest someone is guilty of an offense; to incriminate.
adjective: Imposed as an obligation or duty; obligatory.
noun: A candidate currently holding a specified political office.
noun: An oppressive, foreboding, unwholesome, punitive, or potentially dangerous or unhealthful influence or atmosphere.
verb: To talk or act insincerely or misleadingly; to equivocate.
noun: The willful giving of false testimony under oath.
noun: A pernicious, evil influence or agent.
noun: The wing of a bird.
verb: To restrain or immobilize by binding the arms.
adjective: Exhibiting great immaturity and lack of judgment.
adjective: Causing or tending to cause sleep; sleep inducing.
verb: To classify, include, or incorporate in a larger, more comprehensive category or to be reclassified under a more general principle; to contain or include.
noun: The loss of sounds in the interior of a word.
noun: A committee or board appointed to adjudicate in a particular matter.