offense, resentment. I do not usually take BLANK when someone says I'm not really French, because that's somewhat true.
to reduce the value of, debase, spoil, make ineffective. Sometimes my shark-bite leg story is BLANK(ed) by friends who don't want to play along.
to use harsh condemnatory language; abuse/censure severely. I BLANK(ed) my friend when he was decidedly belligerent after our night out.
to writhe, toss about, be in turmoil. That night I BLANK(ed) all night long due to a very painful earache.
imaginative; unpredictable. When drunk, Marshall can be quite BLANK, sometimes showing "the brains" at the most inappropriate times...
to gradually strengthen. The hero began to BLANK after days of recovery following his harmful battle.
indefensible, not viable, uninhabitable. The conspiracy theorists' arguments concerning 9/11 are ultimately BLANK because nothing beats hard fact.
troublesome, unruly, unseemly, adverse. It was BLANK of her to steal a bottle of wine at the Wine&Cheese event.
to defame; to characterize harshly. It was a huge scandal when a Danish newspaper BLANK(ed) Muslims in a satirical cartoon.
wit, joker. Ben Robinson is popular because he is a shameless BLANK, using comedy to attract attention.
fluent, verbal, having easy use of spoken language. In aidha's leadership sessions, we try to teach students to be more BLANK individuals, able to deliver speeches in front of others.