frustrate; embarrass; perturb
Improvement or enlightenment
misconduct or wrongdoing, especially by a public official
possible, able to be done
condition of being too full; overabundance
the greatest work of an artist, writer, or composer
(Latin) method of operating
possessing or exhibiting great wealth; affluent
the power that results from the combination of two or more forces
a pattern of prayer or worship
A state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy
Requiring considerable effort and time
to discuss in too much detail; to attack
to explain in detail
FACERE, FACTUM "to make, do"
Latin, OPUS, OPERIS "work"
OPS, OPIS "wealth, power, resource"
Greek, ERGON "work"
Latin, LABOR "work"