adjective—related to farming and land
noun—a rude person; someone who is unrefined
noun—a small group of people who plan a secret plot, especially political.
noun—a false story with the intention of misleading or doing harm
noun—a protective covering; shell
noun—brazen, audacious behavior that is admired, but sometimes rude. Gutsy.
adjective—occurring every day
adjective—flagrant; extremely bad
verb—to lure, attract; to tempt in a pleasing fashion
adjective—having the relationship of a child to a parent
adjective—covered with hair, shaggy
adjective—moving from place to place.
adjective—brief, using few words
noun—a street beggar or alms seeker
noun—nickname; word or words by which one is addressed
verb—fossilize, convert to bone; to become rigid
noun—verbal denunciation characterized by harsh, insulting language; a tirade.
adjective—reminiscent of or pertaining to a pig; resembling a pig
noun—a bitter resentment or ill-will; hatred or malice
noun—repeated relapse into past condition or behavior; a tendency to return to criminal ways
adjective—rude; vulgar, lewd, off-color
adjective—favorable to promoting or contributing to good health
noun—unsound or misleading but clever argument
adjective—justifiable; rational; viable; defensible
adjective—incapable of being defended, occupied or lived in. Weak or illogical.
adjective—covered with vegetation; green and leafy
verb—pull away; take by violence
noun—strong longing or desire