v. To declare or be evidence of something as true, genuine, or accurate.
n. A statement or principle that requires no proof because its truth is obvious.
adj. Lacking good manners; rude, impolite.
v. To make up, prepare, or invent.
n. Something that grows out of or results from an earlier form or condition.
v. To see the difference; to distinguish.
v. To criticize in a negative, disrespectful manner.
v. To break up and spread out so thinly as to disappear; to scatter or be scattered.
adj. Not generally know or understood; familiar to only a relatively small number of people.
adj. Relating to the sense of smell.
n. Too great a number; an excess.
v. To make like new; to renovate.
v. To produce and give off
n. A departure from the normal, expected course; a whim or unpredictable action.
adj. Evaporating quickly.
v. To punish by criticizing sharply; to berate.
adj. Characterized by informal language
n. The words carved on a tombstone in memory of the deceased.
n. A mass departure.
v. To put in a grave; to bury.
v. To tear or cut roughly.
n. The act of giving generously; gifts.
n. A notice of someone's death, such as in a newspaper, usually with a brief summary of that person's life.
adj. Eating all kinds of food, including both animal and vegetable food.
v. To spread throughout; to pass through.
n. An interpretation or tanslation; a performance.
n. A rising again to life, use, acceptance, or prominence; a revival.
n. A generalization that is used to characterize a person without acknowledging individual.
n. A regular and fixed amount of pay for work done or to help cover living or work expenses.
adj. Serving or action in a subordinate manner; servile.
adj. Near or next to; avoiding.
v. To surround or to attack repeartedly.
v. To give up or transfer, especially by treaty or formal agreement.
adj. Roundabout; Indirect.
adj. Proceeding or carried out in an aimless or random way.
v. To excite or arouse action.
n. A tool or instrument.
adj. Lacking importance or worth; unable to make an impact; trivial.
n. Greatness of size, power, or influence.
v. To become real or actual.
n. A gathering, usually of military forces.
adj. Serving to restrain action or discourage use of.
v. To think or talk about one's past.
n. The leading or forward position in a movement.
n. A person who is given to ideas that are not currently realistic; a dreamer.
adj. Offering or something as a warning.
v. To confine, inhibit, or hold back by force or necessity.
n. A fleet of boats or small ships.
n. Thin, sheer fabric resembling gauze.
adj. Marked by, deserving, or causing shame or disgrace.
v. To bring upon oneself something undesirable, such as debt.
v. To settle the affairs of a business; to convert into cash.
n. An important, often wealthy, person prominent in a large industry or business.
n. A name that does not fit.
adj. Burdensome; oppressive.
n. A state or place of great confusion or uproar.
adj. Romantic and idealistic, but impractical.
adj. Holding fast; persistent in adhering to something valued ot habitual.
n. A trace of something that once was present.
n. A light, gentle breeze.