something that deviates from what is right or normal.
temporary inactivity; suspension (often used after "held in")
something disgusting, revolting, or detestable
arising from chance or from a seperate, outside cause; NOT intrinsic
to attribute, to assign as a cause or source.
roundabout, not direct.
to sympathize with, have pity for, share sorrow or distress.
to order, to prescribe a course of action; to prohibit.
to cause a process to move faster or more efficiently.
to atone for, to make up for.
in name only; not genuine; insignificant
not decisive; not willing to make a definite decision
natural tendency or inclination
to make known openly; to proclaim
composure or coolness, especially under pressure
causing or inciting rebellion; resistance to lawful authority.
flimsy; of slight importance; lacking a sound basis.
bitter, sarcastic, harsh (usually refers to something said).
to coax or flatter for a purpose.