To agree to; to consent to, often after urging from another
To advance little by little beyond the usual limits or boundaries.
Compassionate, kind to other human beings or to animals
Generously supplied with money or possessions; wealthy.
Showing impatience because of restrictions or delays.
Money or property left to another in a will.
To select and remove weak or inferior members from.
A natural gift or ability; a talent.
To thwart; to make difficulties for or find problems with.
To give careful thought to; to ponder.
Something new; a new way of doing something
Great or noble in expression, thought, or manner; splendid.
To put off or postpone or to yield to out of respect for the knowledge or authority of another.
To increase in size, amount, or degree
Incapable of being controlled or held back.
To cause to continue indefinitely.
To hurt the reputation of.
To detect with the eyes.
Getting along well with others; affable.
To convert from a code or secret writing into ordinary language; to decode.
Able to be passed easily from one person to another.
Intensely eager; passionate.
To illustrate by being an example of.