Having a strong desire for, to the point of greed. Eager, enthusiastic.
Abrubt in manner or speech; gruff.
Short and to the point
To cause a lowering of self-esteem; to lower in the reputation or character. Degrading
Deserving contempt or scorn
To try to equal; to imitate
To call forth; to produce. To bring to mind, often by suggestion. Creating something again, especially through the imagination.
To install in office with a formal ceremony. To begin officially or mark the opening of. The act of installing in office.
To spread throughout. Spreading throughout
An owner of a store or other business
A fictitious name used by an author; a pen name
To reject bluntly. To drive back. A blunt rejection. An abrubt setback in progress.
Capable of recovering quickly from misfortune. returning quickly to an original shape or condition. The ability to recover. The ability to spring back.
Chaotic; unruly. stormy; tempestuous. Great disturbance or agitation. Rapid changes in wind speed and direction in the atmosphere.
A wearing away or rubbing away by friction. A scraped or worn area. Causing wear by rubbing. Harsh or rough in manner; irritating.
clothed or covered
to provide evidence to make more certain; to confirm
done in a hurry and with little attention to detail
to remove the water from. To become dry; to lose water from. The state of being dehydrated.
To take or receive from a source. To obtain through reasoning.
to wire or equip with electric power. To thrill or shock
To attempt earnestly. A serious, earnest effort toward a goal.
cautious; very careful. With extreme care or concern.
to make a face expressing feelings of pain, disgust, or contempt. A facial expression that seems to express pain, contempt or disgust.
causing shock or horror
a list of possessions or goods on hand. The stock of goods on hand. To make a complete list of.
To take on the qualities of another; to imitate. To pretend. Made to look genuine while being artificial.
To give up or give in to; yield. To cease to exist; to die
To suppose something without sufficient evidence. A guess.