a woman who flirts lightheartedly with men to win their admiration and affection; flirt ‒ think Curley's wife
1. cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident. 2. ruddy in appearance or complexion. 3. blood-red
person who flatters and ingratiates himself or herself in a servile way; sycophant - can also be used as a verb
1. of an unnatural or sickly pallor; pallid; lacking color. 2. showing or suggesting ill health, fatigue, unhappiness, etc. 3. lacking in forcefulness, competence, or effectiveness
1. to remove or separate. 2. (usually passive ) to retire into seclusion. 3. law to take (property) temporarily out of the possession of its owner, esp until the claims of creditors are satisfied or a court order is complied with
1. lacking or having lost life, sharpness, or flavor; insipid; flat. 2. without liveliness or spirit; dull or tedious
1. a rich mass of ore, as found in mining. 2. a source of great and sudden wealth or luck; a spectacular windfall
1. to reject or renounce under oath 2. to deny vehemently or under oath 3. to perjure (oneself).
1. characterized by or showing servile complaisance or deference; fawning. 2. servilely compliant or deferential; obedient; dutiful
obvious and intentional exaggeration; an extravagant statement or figure of speech not intended to be taken literally, as "to wait an eternity."
1. present but not visible, apparent, or actualized; existing as potential. 2. Pathology. (of an infectious agent or disease) remaining in an inactive or hidden phase; dormant.
a state in which progress is impossible, as in a dispute, produced by the counteraction of opposing forces; standstill; stalemate (like in a negotiation); impasse
1. having an agreeably pungent or tart taste 2. lively or stimulating to the mind; interesting