Any cohesive unit such as a military company.
A feeling of excessive concern.
Show or cause to be involved in a crime, etc.
Acquire more and more of.
Active, physical, or mental strength; forcefulness.
Continue in spite of difficulties.
Energetic, forceful, exciting.
Strange device or machine; technological.
Control by rules; adjust to work correctly.
Too bold or too forward, taking too much for granted.
To pretend to act nice.
To wonder at.
Conditions of constant change or alternation.
Intentionally mischievous or harmful.
Carefully thought out or formed; on purpose.
Someone who boasts; hoodlum.
To bring under control or subjection.
A friend; close companion.
A building or group of buildings for housing soldiers.
Serious or awesome quality.
Using emphasis in speaking, expressing, etc.
To explain fully.
To give a nickname to.
Place apart or alone; state of being alone.
adj. Sharp, irritating, or bitter to the sense of taste or smell.
n. A person killed or injured in a war or accident.
adj. 1. Overcrowded; filled too full. 2. Filled with fluid.
n. 1. The condition of being overcrowded. 2. The condition of being filling with fluid.
v. To manage problems or difficulties successfully.
adj. With great speed or force; reckless. adv. Recklessly; without time for careful thought.
v. To move with great force and speed.
v. To get in the way of; to interfere with the movement of.
n. An obstacle; something that gets in the way.
adj. Bound to happen; unavoidable.
v. 1. To put into effect; to bring into use. 2. To take in as a member.
n. 1. The act of beginning. 2. The ceremony or process that makes one a member.
adj. Very angry; furious.
adj. 1. Not strictly enforced; undemanding; careless. 2. Not tight; loose.
adj. Failing to take proper care of or to give proper attention to.
n. The quality, state, or act of being negligent.
v. 1. To burn slowly without bursting into flames. 2. To exist in a hidden state before bursting into the open.
adj. Strict; severe.
n. A large number of people gathered together; a crowd. v. To gather of move in large numbers.
Improvised; on a whim.
Hard to control, restrain, or keep in order.
Acting in a just, upright manner.
Active use of strength, power, etc.
To be confused or puzzled.
A person who has a legal title or exclusive right to some property.
To give, hand over, deliver, present, or submit; to cause or make something be.
The feeling or attitude of looking down on someone.
Legally bound or obligated.