adj. extremely angry; furious.
n. 1. an expression of warm approval; praise; 2. official approval
adv. behaving constantly in application or attention; busily
adj. 1a. deprived or robbed of the possession or use of something — usu. used with of; 1b. lacking something needed, wanted, or expected — used with of
n. 1. a partner, companion, mate; 2. a colleague in office or authority
n. 1. a usually formal, solemn, and binding agreement; compact, contract; 2a. a written agreement or promise usu. under seal between two or more parties esp. for the performance of some action; 2b. the common-law action to recover damages for breach of such a contract
adv. mockingly; jeeringly; scornfully
n. 1. the relaxation of strained relations or tensions (as between nations); a policy promoting this; 2. a period of in which such a relaxation of tensions occurs.
adj. 1. standing out so as to be readily perceived or noted; conspicuous; 2. jutting out, projecting; 3. exhibiting eminence esp. in standing above others in some quality or position;
n. 1. a speech or discourse that encourages, incites, or earnestly advises; 2. the act or instance of making such a speech
v. 1. a: to give a false appearance of; b: to represent falsely; pretend to; 2. to imitate so as to deceive; 3. to fabricate.
adv. warm in feeling; ardent in temperament; earnest; full of fervor; zealous; glowing
adj. scornfully and condescendingly proud; having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy.
adj. 1. firmly and long established; deep-rooted; 2. persisting in an ingrained habit; habitual
v. 1. to show or demonstrate plainly; 2. to be evidence of; prove
adj. 1. lacking distinction or eminence; humble, dull; 2. a : of poor shabby inferior quality or status; b : worthy of little regard; contemptible; 3. a: penurious, stingy; b : characterized by petty selfishness or malice; c : causing trouble or bother : vexatious.
n. bearing or manner, especially as it reveals an inner state of mind.
n. 1. future generations; 2. all of a person's descendants.
adj. characterized by or characteristic of exceptionally early development or maturity.
v. to offer for discussion or consideration
v. 1. to confirm or make valid (an act, compact, promise, etc.) by giving approval or formal sanction (esp. to what has been done or arranged for by another)
adj. 1. obstinately defiant of authority or restraint; 2 a : difficult to manage or operate; b : not responsive to treatment; c : resistant
n. an equivalent or a return for something done, suffered, or given; compensation
v. 1. to feel discontent or dissatisfaction, to bear a grudge, complain; 2. to long discontentedly for something.
n. 1. a period of temporary delay; reprieve; 2. an interval of rest or relief
adj. 1. characterized by coarseness or indecency of language, esp. in jesting; coarsely scornful or jocular.
v. 1. proceed without interruption from one musical number or theme to another; 2. to make a transition without interruption from one activity, topic, scene, or part to another [noun: the act or instance of making such a transition]
n. 1. an image or representation; 2. an insubstantial form or semblance of something
n. 1. aid, help, assistance; 2. shelter, protection; 3. a place of shelter, sheltered place, refuge
adj. various; miscellaneous
n. 1. a person appointed to represent or act on behalf of others; 2. a substitute
v. become better; make better; improve; enhance
v. keep from waste, loss, or decay; save