Verb. To collect or gather anything little by little; to gather what is left by reapers.
Adjective. Abounding or swarming with something.
Noun. The quality or state of being insolent. Slothful; avoiding exertion.
Adjective. Not ordered or commanded, spontaneous; uninvited.
Not clear or plain; ambiguous, vague or uncertain, hard to perceive.
Adjective. Of the nature of metaphysics. A branch of philosophy.
Noun. A movement made to deceive an adversary.
Verb. To make a rapid succession of light taps.
Noun. Unusual or extreme paleness from fear, death, or illness.
Adjective. Eluding clear perception or complete mental grasp; cleaverly or skillfully evasive.
Without interest or concern; not caring, apathetic, disinterested
Adjective. Harsh; grating; rowdy; disorderly
Adjective. Continuing or enduring forever; everlasting.
Verb. To criticize or repremand seriously; to punish in order to correct.
Adjective. Deviating from the regular or proper course, straying.
Noun. A wide-ranging and impressive array.
Verb. To reduce to atoms, fine particles, or a spray; to destroy.
Verb. To pulsate with unusual rapidity from exertion, emotion, disease.
Adjective. Indefinitely small; minute.
Noun. A deep, immeasurable space, gulf, or cavity.