(n) first principle or fundamental of a subject to be learned.
(adj) liable to apoplexy, a sudden paralysis with total or partial loss of consciousness and sensation.
(adj) pale; grayish-blue
(n) verbal denunciation characterized by invective
(n) an official prohibition or restraint
(n) examination or survey
(adj) having to do with a church
(n. plural) baggage or equipment especially things that hinder progress; encumbrances
(n)painful feeling of uneasiness arising from a consciousness that one may be acting wrongly; twinge of conscience
(adverb) indirectly; not in a straightforward manner
(adj) making class distinctions based on birth, wealth, etc.
(n) thoughts or conjectures
(n) prison (for persons convicted of serious crimes)
(adj) incapable of error; never wrong
(n) the strength or courage to endure misfortune or pain patiently and calmly
(adj) calm, quiet, peaceful, placid
(n) the front of a building or the front of anything; often used with the implication of an imposing appearance concealing something inferior.