(v.) To improve or make better.
(n.) Poise or great self confidence.
(adj.) Pompous or over-blown in language; full of high sounding words intended to conceal a lack of ideas.
(adj.) Immature, without experience, lacking sophistication.
(n.) Saliva or mucus; aimless talk or nonsense; (v.) to let mucus/saliva flow from you; to utter nonsense; to waste time.
(n.) A summary, an instance that represents a larger reality.
(v.) To urge strongly or advise earnestly.
(adv., adj.) By virtue of holding a certain office.
(v.) To violate or trespass.
(v.) To make oneself agreeable to gain acceptance of others (sometimes critically or in a derogatory sense).
(n). An intruder; one who moves in where they are not wanted.
(adj.) Belonging to something by nature, essential, inherent.
(v.) To make a strong verbal attack, express disapproval.
(n.) Weariness of body/mind, lack of energy.
(n.) 1,000 years, a period of joy.
(adj.) Mysterious, magical, supernatural, secret, not detectable by ordinary means; (v.) To hide, conceal; (n.) Matters involving the supernatural.
(v.) To spread through, penetrate, soak through.
(v.) To fall as moisture, to hurl down from great height; (adj.) characterized by excessive haste; (n.) moisture.
(adj.) Strict, severe; bitter to the taste.
(v.) To think without supporting evidence, to guess; (n.) likely idea that lacks definite proof.