adj. showing excitement; overflowing with enthusiasm.
adj. selective; composed of elements drawn from disparate sources.
n. power to produce desired effect.
n. impudence; shameless boldness; sheer nerve; presumptuousness.
n. poem or song expressing lamentation.
v. draw forth or bring out.
v. adorn; place in something.
adj. based on experience.
v. imitate; rival.
adj. prevailing among a specific group of people or in a specific area or country.
v. weaken or destroy the strength or vitality.
v. cause; produce.
v. increase; improve.
adj. short-lived; fleeting.
n. calmness of temperament; composure.
v. lie; mislead; attempt to conceal the truth.
adj. learned; scholarly.
adj. hard to understand; known only to the chosen few.
n. expression of praise, often on the occasion of someone's death.
n. mild expression in place of an unpleasant one.
v. worsen; embitter
v. clear from blame.
n. urgent situation; pressing needs or demands; state of requiring immediate attention.
n. projection; conjecture.
adj. joking (often inappropriately); humorous.
v. help bring about; make less difficult.
adj. false; misleading.
adj. brainless; inane; foolish, yet smug.
adj. trying to please by behaving obsequiously, flattering, or cringing.
adj. apt; suitable, appropriate.
n. glowing ardor; intensity of feeling.
v. droop; grow feeble.
v. reject; mock; show contempt for.
v. stir up; instigate.
v. prevent by taking action in advance.
n. thrift; economy.
adj. useless; hopeless; ineffectual.
adj. loquacious; wordy; talkative.
v. urge on.
v. extort; overcharge.
adj. pompous; bombastic; using high-sounding language.
adj. without deceit.
adj. easily deceived.