To advise another against something to be avoided; caution; warn. Or: to scold.
1. Of or relating to a burial vault or a receptacle for sacred relics. 2. Suggestive of the grave; funeral, gloomy, tomb-like
To make something burdensome or painful less intense or severe; to satisfy or appease; to pacify or calm.
Sexually unrestrained or promiscuous, having no regard for accepted rules of behavior.
1. Source of inspiration, a spirit. 2. To think or reflect on something.
Of or relating to money.
A situation, especially a bad or unfortunate one. Or, the idiom: "plight (one's) troth" to get engaged.
Bold and insolent, going beyond what is right or proper, excessively forward.
Intended or serving to subvert, especially intended to overthrow or undermine an established government.
Lacking intelligence; stupid. Devoid of substance or meaning; inane.
To gain one's interest
Key points, large points.
Being present everywhere at once
Latin for "I am culpable" or in vernacular, "my bad"