lack of feeling or emotion; impassiveness. lack of interest in things generally found exciting, interesting, or moving; indifference
acceptance, as of a proposal or statement; compliance. to agree to somethingk especially after thoughtful consideration
understanding; concerned identification with another's situation or feelings. the attribution of one's of feelings to an object
espressing or arousing pity, sympathy, or tenderness; sad. distressing and inadequate
the scientific and medical study of a disease, its causes, its processes, and its effects. the physical changes in the body and its functioning as a result of a disease or disorder.
a sense of something about to occur; premonition; foreboding
arousing great interest or excitement. designed to shock or thrill spectators or readers. outstanding; spectacular
the ability to feel, sense, or perceive; mental or emotional responsiveness toward something. refined awareness and appreciation in matters of feeling and perception
inclined to give advice in a self-righteous way. inclined to wise sayings; abounding in proverbs. brief and pointed in meaning or expression; saying much in a few words
a thought, view, or attitude based more on feeling than on reason. a general cast of mind regarding something. tender, romantic, or nostalgic feeling
responsible for wrong or error; blameworthy; deserving censure
to free from a charge; declare blameless.
to obtain by threats or other coercive means; exact; wring
not permitted by custom or law; illegal.
incapable of being corrected or reformed. a person who cannot be reformed.
an offense of less seriousness than a felony
to steal. to commit theft
a tough or rowdy person. tough or rowdy
without scruples or principles; not honorable
unpleasant; disgusting. miserable; wretched. morally low or base.
good-humored, playful conversation. to converse in a teasing or playful manner
a representation, usually pictorial, which exaggerates or distorts the subject's features to produce a comic or ridiculous effect.
amusingly odd or comical
playfully humorous. jesting, often in an inappropriate or offensive way.
marked by a disrespectful frivolity or indifference; rudely witty
loud and lively merriment; boisterousness
laughable because of an obvious absurdity or ridiculousness
gladness or lightheartedness, especially when expressed by laughter; gaiety, merriement.
playful or fanciful; imaginatively humorous. characterized by unpredictability
a witty or clever remark or saying