(verb) to tarnish; taint.
(verb) to replace another by force; to take the place of.
(noun), excessive amount.
(adjective), rude and bad tempered.
(noun)a person devoted to pleasure and luxury.
(noun) a self-serving flatterer; yes man.
(noun) cooperation; mutual helpfulness.
(noun) temporary irregularity in musical rhythm.
(adjective) done without using words.
(adjective), silent; not talkative.
(noun). The claw of an animal, especially a bird of prey.
(adjective) digressing; diverging.
(adjective), gaudy, cheap, or showy.
(adjective), earthy; down to earth; commonplace.
(noun) long, harsh speech or verbal attack.
(noun) one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors.
(noun) book, usually large and academic.
(noun) extreme mental and physical sluggishness.
(adjective) temporary; lasting a brief time.
(adjective), acute, sharp, or incisive; forceful; effective.
(adjective), swollen as from a fluid; bloated.
(noun) beginner; novice.
(noun) offense; resentment.
(adjective), unscrupulous; shockingly unfair or unjust.
(adjective) absolute; certain.