a complete failure
likely to change for no apparent reason; inconstant
To steal slyly, especially small things
a) skill, delicacy, or subtlety in doing something or handling a situation b) to accomplish by subtle or skillful maneuvering.
extremely and deliberately conspicuous; glaring
To show off in a conspicuous or offensive way.
To treat openly with scorn or contempt.
To change continually from one position to another
A minor, often amusing, fault or weakness in character.
To secure an advantage or prevent a loss by previous action
a) arousing fear or admiration because of the unusual size or superiority of the thing involved b) difficult to do because of the size of the job involved
Occurring by chance or accident.
a) thrifty or economical in the use of money. b) involving little expense; meager
Excessive and, for that reason, offensive to good taste and obviously insincere.
Incapable of producing the desired result; unsuccessful or ineffective.