n-A word formed from the first letter of each word in a series.
n-A prefix or a suffix.
v-To attach a part to a beginning or end of a word; to attach to something.
n-The invention of a new word or phrase. To make metal coins.
adj-Typical of anformal language usage; conversational
n-A suffix that indicates small size, youth familiarity, affections or contempt.
adj-Extremely small or tiny
n-A figure of speech that substitutes a word with a different but closely associated word.
n-An expression that contains contradictory terms.
n-A word of an expression that is spelled the same backward and forward.
n-A word formed by combining the sounds of meaning of 2 different words.
n-An often comical switching of the first sounds of two or more words.
adj-Anxious or fearful about the future; uneasy.
adj-Without exception or qualification; absolute
adj-Decisive; putting an end to doubt, question, or uncertainty.
adj-Doubtful; uncertain; questionable as to quality or validity.
adj-Not capable of being determined or established; not precisely known.
adj-Dangerous; risky; lacking in security or stability based on uncertain or questionable premises.
n-A sense of doubt or uneasiness about a course of action.
adj-Notfully worked out or agreed upon; provisional.
adj-Perfectly clear; leaving no room for doubt or misunderstanding.
v-To swing indecisively from one opinion or action to another; to hesitate in choice or actions or opinions.
v-a)To charm; to delight. b)To deceive skillfully.
adj-Wishing to do good; characterized by helpful.
n-Appropriateness of behavior; propriety.
n-The way one behaves or presents oneself.
adj-Wild and untamed; savage.
adj-Mean, unethical, or dishonorable; not noble in character.
n-Accepted standars and customs of a social group.
adj-a)Relating to the areas that are far from large cities/capitols. b)Not sophisticated, fashionable or informed. c)Limited or narrow in perspective.
adj-Unfitting and inappropriate; grossly improper.
adj-Cunning; full of trickery or intentions to deceive.
v-To make greater in power, influence stature or reputation; to exaggerate.
n-Extreme, unreasonable expense or price; beyond reasonable or proper limits.
adj-Trying to seem important; characterized by pretended grandeur.
adj-Excessive; lacking moderation.
adj-Having great variety; diverse.
n-a)Wealth; affluence. b)Great abundance, often to excess; lavish.
adj-Recklessly wasteful; wildly extravagant.
v-To fully satisfy an appetite or a desire.
n-An excessive amount.
adj-Acting with confidence and force.
adj-Extremely bold; seemly rude or defiant.
adj-Wanting to please; willing to do what ever pleases others.
adj-Easily manageable or teachable.
adj-Showy, flashy, vivid or dramatic.
adj-Having unwavering courage.
adj-Relaxed and unhurried.
adj-Or a peaceful nature.
adj-Loud, harsh, grating or shrill.
adj-Not embarassed; conposed.
v-To inffluence; to change
n-Feeling of emotion; specially shown in facial expression or body language.
n-To bring about.
n-Damage; destruction or loss.
n-The state of lacking or doing without something; loss.
adj-Free of bias or self-interest in an outcome.
adj-Having no interest or concern in a matter.
v-To leave one country or region and settle in.
v-To settle in a country or region where one is not naive.
v-To come before.
v-To go forward or onward.
adj-Intended to teach; overly moralistic; preachy.
v-To instruct for intellectual, moral, or spiritual improvement.
adj-To make clear or explain.
adj-Possessing great kowledge and scholarship.
adj-Understood only by an elite, scholarly or exclusive group.
v-To inspire or influence thoroughly.
v-To instruct or impart certain principals or ideology.
n-The art of profession of teaching.
adj-Overly concernced with or narrowly focused on book learning or formal rules.
n-A person of great learning about a particular topic.
n-Protection, sponsorship or guidance
n-Something some to make up for wrong, an injury or a mistake
adj-Intended to overcome distrust, animosity or conflict
adj-Tending to cause or bring about
v-To free from dificulty or entanglement
v- To annoy with repeated and insistent requests
v- To help opposing sides reach an agreement
v- To soften, lessen or moderate
v- To treat as inferior
v- To restore something to an earlier condition by repairing or remodeling
n- Severe and rigid restrictions, especially those brought about by difficult economic times
v- To decrease or cause to decrease in value or price
n- (a) The value of a business or property minus debt owed (b) Fairness; justice
adj- Thrifty; careful or strict in avoiding unnecessary spending
adj- Extremely poor, or lacking the basic necessities
adj- Generous in giving
adj- Having to do with money
n- A general decline in business activity
v- To pay for goods provided; to compensate for
adj- Capable of meeting financial obligations.
adj- Bitter or sharp language or tone
v- To punish or criticize severely
v- To expose or make fun of a false claim or an exaggeration
Adj- Insulting; belittling
v- To speak on in a disrespectful or slighting way
v- To irritate or torment repeatedly
v- To attack or challenge as false or questionable
n- An indirect or subtle expression of something, usually negative
n- Abusive or strongly critical language
v- To make vicious insulting comments about
n- An exchange of good-humored, playful remarks
n- a representation in which distinctive traits are
adj- Amusingly odd
adj- Playfully joking, not meant to be taken seriously
adj- Humorous in a disrespectful way
n- Great merriment, or extreme amusement
adj- Ridiculously, laughably absurd
n- Happiness and merriment, especially expressed by laughter
adj- Playful or unpredictable
n- A clever remark or saying
n- A comparison highlighting a similarity between otherwise dissimilar things
n- The direct or exact opposite
adj- Corresponding in size or degree
n- Agreement, harmony or correspondence
v- To depart or turn aside from a path, direction, or course of action
n- The condition of fact of being unequal or different
adj- Consisting of many different elements or types
adj- Similar in kind or nature
n- A subtle or slight degree or difference
adj- Equivalent in significance, effect or value.
adj- Ruling with unlimited power or authority
n- Independence; self-governance
n- A social class separated from others by profession, wealth, or hereditary rank.
n- A ruler with absolute power
adj- Relating to a system in which people were given protection and the use of land, in return for loyalty, payments and services to a lord
n- Dominances, especially that of a country, region, or group over others
n- Government by a few, especially by a small faction of people or families.
adj- Self-governing; independent
adj- relating to a form of government with absolute and centralized control over every aspect of people's lives
v- To take and hold power or rights by force without legal authority
n- Steady effort or persistent hard work
adj- Possessing or displaying careful attention to detail
adj- Difficult to please
adj- Doing things without careful thought or judgment
adj- Having or exhibiting good, sound judgment
adj- Extremely careful and precise
n- A small, minor or trivial detail
adj- Sloppy in dress or appearance
n- A state of alarm, dread, or fear
adj- Failing to give due care or attention