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bellow

(v) to make a sound similar to that of a bull, roar; a loud, angry roar

beneficiary

(n) one who benefits from something; a person who is left money or other property in a will or the like

botch

(v) to repair or patch poorly; make a mess of; a hopelessly

clutter

(v) to fill or cover in a disorderly way; a state of disorder

dilapidated

(adj) falling apart or ruined, run-down

dismantle

(v) to take apart; to strip of something

farce

(n) a play filled with ridiculous or absurd happenings; broad of far-fetched humor; a ridiculous sharm

futile

(adj) not succesful, failing to have any result; useless; unimportant, frivolous

grueling

(adj) very tiring, calling for an extreme effort

hospitable

(adj) offering friendly or generous treatment to guests; open to anything new or strange

lair

(n) the home or den of a wild animal; any hideout

lavish

(adj) overly generous, extravagant; abundant; to spend or give freely or without limit

morbid

(adj) in an unhealthy mental state, extremely gloomy; caused by or related to disease, unwholesome

notorious

(adj) widely known because of bad conduct

pamper

(v) to allow too many privilages, be too generous and easygoing toward

parasite

(n) an organism that lives in or on another organism;one who lives off another person

shirk

(v) to avoid or get out of work, neglect a duty; to sneak

surplus

(n) an amount beyond what is required, excess; more than what is needed or expected

timidity

(n) the state of being easily frightened

veto

(n) the power to forbid or prevent; to prohibit, reject

adequate

(adj.) Sufficient, enough

ajar

(adj, adv.) partly open

dialogue

(n.) a conversation between two or more people; an interchange of opinions and ideas, free disscussion

emblem

(n.) a symbol, sign, token

gigantic

(adj.) huge, giant, immense

havoc

(n.) very great destruction, ruin; great confusion and disorder

hearth

(n.) the floor of a fireplace; the fireside as a symbol of the home and family

implore

(v.) to beg earnestly for

infamous

(adj.) very wicked; disgraceful, shameful

innumerable

(adj.) too many to count; without number

lax

(adj.) not strict, careless; lacking discipline; not tense; relaxed

mar

(v.) to spoil, damage, injure

misdemeanor

(n.) a crime or offense that is less serious than a felony; any minor misbehavior or misconduct

mull

(v.) to think about, ponder, to grind or mix; to heat and flavor with spices

narrative

(n.) a story, detailed report; having the quality or the nature of a story

overture

(n.) , an opening move toward negotiation or action; a proposal or offer; an introductory section or part

pact

(n.) an agreement, treaty

stalemate

(n.) a situation in which further action by either of two opponents is impossible; to bring to a standstill

vindictive

(adj.) bearing a grudge, feeling or showing a strong tendency toward revenge

wilt

(v.) , to become limp and drooping (as a flower), wither; to lose strength and vigor

abound

(v.) To be plentiful, Be filled

braggart

(n.) a boaster; (adj.) boastful in a loud, annoying way

cache

(n.) a hiding place; something hidden or stored

clarification

(n.) the act of making clear or understandable, an explanation

despondent

(adj.) sad, without hope, discouraged

embezzle

(v.) to steal property entrusted to one's care

heartrending

(adj.) causing mental pain or grief

leisurely

(adj.), Unhurried, Taking plenty of time; (adv.) in an easygoing or unhurried way

lethargic

(n.), unnaturally sleepy; dull, slow moving; indifferent

malady

(adj.), a sickness, illness, disease, disorder

mellow

(adj.) , ripe well matured soft sweet and rich (v.) To become gentle or sweet

nomadic

(adj.) , wandering from place to place

piecemeal

(adj.), One piece at a time (adv.) Gradually

quest

(n.) a search, hunt (v.) yo search, seek, ask

random

(adj.), by chance, not planned or prearranged; irregular

rant

(v.), to speak wildly and noisily; loud, violent talk

reinforce

(v.), to make stronger with new materials or support

seclusion

(n.), isolation from others, solitude

status

(n.), a person's condition or position in the eyes of the law; relative rank or standing, especially in society;prestige

turmoil

(n.), a state of great confusion; mental strain or agitation

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