an obsequious flatterer; a fawning, servile person
to hasten the occurrence of
a remedy for all diseases or wills; cure-all
having the essential qualities of idyll (short poem); charmingly simple or picturesque
To frighten with threats or a show of force
Cheerful willingness; eagerness. Speed or quickness; celerity.
open to bribery; mercenary/ marked by corrupt dealings, especially bribery/obtainable for a price.
no longer fertile or productive; worn out with age; exhausted; marked by weakness or decadence
to divorce or separate formally from; to refuse to have anything to do with; to reject as unbinding, untrue, or unjust
born too soon; coming to nothing; unsuccessful; fruitless
Enthusiastic expression of praise or approval:
The act of recriminating. A counter charge. Law A defense in an action for divorce in which the accused party makes a similar accusation, as of adultery or cruelty, against the plaintiff.
favoring a former- esp. an outmoded- political or social order.
a creed, the Apostles' creed.
a sudden, complete, and violent change of feeling, esp. a feeling of violent disgust or loathing