A person whose attention is focused on others and on what is going on around her or him, rather than on her or his own feelings.
A group or system in which positions of power are ranked, usually from lowest to highest.
To fill completely with a feeling or idea, to inspire.
The list of pieces an actor, musician, etc., is ready to perform; the skills or accomplishments of a person or group.
A basic principle or skill; An undeveloped or beginning stage
A person's face; the expression on a person's face; Support or approval; v. To support or approve, to tolerate.
To speed up a process; to facilitate.
Not called for; unnecessary; Without charge; free.
Unreal or imagined; deceiving.
Incapable of being soothed, or significantly changed; relentless.
A public statement explaining the intentions, motives, or views of an individual or group.
An act or statement that may serve as an example or justification for a later one.
Not genuine; false.
To cut short or reduce
The act of spying, especially a government spy obtaining secrets of another government.
To confine or put in prison
An insult to one's pride; offensive or humiliating treatment
Having a very bad reputation; notorious; Disgraceful, vicious.
To say negative and unfair things about; slander
A deep, long-held felling of hatred or bitterness.
A mending or repair; A making up or payment for a wrong or damage done, especially in the case of an international war.
An expression of approval or respect for special merit; an award
Not yielding; firm.
A loud and determined dispute; a noisy quarrel.
To provide with a quality, a thing, or a gift of money.
Lasting a very short time
To work to gain the favor of someone
Having mixed, often opposing, felings about something or someone; indecisive.
Very thin or wasted away, especially from lack of nourishment; scrawny.
Not allowed, improper or unlawful
Naturally living or growing in a certain area; native.
Never satisfied; greedy
Painfully moving, affecting or touching
To make better; to become better; to improve
To avoid through craftiness.
A feeling of uneasiness or anxiety caused by guilt
To overlook or accept without punishment; to pardon or excuse
A polite term used to avoid directly naming something considered offensive or unpleasant
The expression of shocking or unacceptable vies
Characterized by informal language
To put in a grave; to bury
The act of giving generously; gifts
To spread throughout; to pass through
An interpretation or translation; a performance
A regular and fixed amount of pay for work done or to help cover living or work expenses
Serving or acting in a subordinate manner; servile
Near or next to; adjoining
To give up or transfer, especially by treaty or formal agreement
To excite or arouse action
A tool or instrument; to carry out
Lacking importance or worth; unable to make an impact; trivial
Greatness of size; power or influence
To think or talk about one's past; v. The act of remembering, a recollection
The leading or forward position in a movement
A person who is given to ideas that are not currently realistic; a dreamer
To confine, inhibit or hold back by force or necessity
A fleet of boats or small ships
Marked by, deserving, or causing shame or disgrace
To bring upon oneself something undesirable, such as debt.
To settle the affairs of a business; to convert into cash
An important, often wealthy, person prominent in a large industry or business
A name that does not fit
A state or place of great confusion or uproar
Romantic and idealistic, but impractical
Holding fast; persistent in adhering to something valued or habitual
A trace of something that once was present.
To declare or be evidence of something as true, genuine, or accurate
A statement or principle that requires no proof because it's truth is obvious
To make up, prepare, or invent
To criticize in a negative, disrespectful manner
To break up and spread out so thinly as to disappear, to scatter or be scattered
Not generally known or understood; familiar to only a relatively small number of people
Too great a number; an excess
A departure from the normal, expected course; a whim or unpredictable action
Evaporating quickly, changing readily; explosive; unpredictable.
To grow and expand rapidly; to flourish
To attack the reputation of; to criticize in a derogatory manner.
Having many different kinds, forms, or parts
Acceptable or pleasing, especially to the sense of taste
Something that is supposed to cure all ills or difficulties; a cure-all
Of or pertaining to the common people; common; unrefined
Mild, moderate; restrained
A short statement of truth or principle; an adage
A releasing of the emotions, often through the arts, that brings about spiritual renewel or a relieving of tension.
A group that is moving or working together; One who assists another, especially in a dubious or criminal activity; an accomplice.
Deserving blame or censure
Devilish; wicked or evil
Harmless; unlikely to offend
Vulgar; coarsely abusive
A person's descendants; future generations.
To stir up, to rouse; to instigate
An open revolt against legal authority; a rebellion
To make or become less serious or severe; to ameliorate.
An effort to conceal the real intention or state of affairs; an excuse.
Strong; sturdy; firm; resolute
Something or someone joined or added to something else but not essentially a part of it.
The state of being certain of the truth or rightness of something
To distribute something or pay out money, especially from a public or other fund
Hard to manage, tame, or control; stubborn; not easily cured
A joining or coming together; the place where such a connection occurs. A point in time made critical by the timing of the circumstances.
To place side by side
A large and violent whirlpool or something resembling a whirlpool. A place or state of great turmoil or confusion.
To grow, expand, or multiply at a rapid rate.
Negligent; careless; lax
A departure from the norm or what is considered right, natural, or normal; a flaw or defect. The failure of a mirror or lens to reproduce an image in focus.
To hate or loath intensely; disagreeable and unpleasant
Intense ill will
To besiege; to surround with an army; to surround with troubles, to harass.
One of the parts that make up a whole; a voter represented by a particular official
To adjust to and accept unpleasant or undesirable conditions
To complain or protest strongly
A person or thing that has held a position or office before another
Lacking freshness; trite
To confuse or bewilder
Fully aware; taking notice.
Short-lived; staying temporarily
Refusing to compromise or change one's position on an isue
Full of praise
Dash or flamboyance in style or action
An inclination; a preference
A group of things gathered into a whole; sum total.
To set aside for a specific purpose; to allot
To predict future events, especially from omens; to give promise of
A fortified area or position; a person, place, or thing that is a source of strength; Something that is considered as a stronghold
Suitable, proper behavior or speech
No longer existing or functioning
Calm, peaceful, and happy; prosperous
To plead for persistently
To think over again and again; to ponder
Reckless boldness without regard to danger or opposition
Inspiring great respect or admiration; noble
Protection, support, or guidance; patronage
To criticize unimportant things; to quibble; A minor criticism.
Still existing; not lost or destroyed
Incapable of being expressed in words.
A person's manner, appearance, or expression; bearing
A person or thing without an equal; adj. having no equal; superb.
A green film that forms on copper exposed to the elements
Responsive; willing to be controlled or to take advice
To attribute to a source or cause
A special quality in a person that inspires devotion or fascination in others.
Scarcity; a shortage
Foolish; silly; stupid
One who occupies an office or position; adj. currently in office; resting upon as a duty or obligation
A special right limited to a person, group, or office; a privilege.
To approach and speak to in an aggressive or challenging way.
Greed for wealth
To cheat out of what is due
Extremely skilled; complete or perfect; v. To bring to a satisfactory conclusion; to complete
( used with with) Having knowledge or experience; well-informed
Willing to believe things with only slight or no evidence; easily convinced
A feeling of great happiness or well-being.
Happening by lucky chance; accidental; luck or fortunate.
Based on something that is not actual but assumed or supposed.
Not connected; confused; rambling
A feeling of uneasiness as to whether what one is doing is right or wise; a misgiving
A mark of shame or disgrace; v: to give a bad name to.