to feel, to recognize
having acute mental or emotional sensibility
Of the senses/having to do with seeing, hearing, feeling, tasting and/or smelling
1. n A feeling that comes from simulation of senses. 2. A feeling of great interest or excitement or the causeof such a feeling.
disagreement among those expected to cooperate
the order of events
something that follows something else
something that happens as a result of an action
following in time or order; later
Following in uninterrupted succession.
any activity that is performed alone without assistance
state of being alone esp. when it is pleasant.
done without the company of other people
the act of talking to oneself or a dramatic monologue
(of a place) deserted; unpopulated; (of a person) lonely; forlorn; joyless
bring together into a single whole or system
a card game played by one person
n. One of a class of persons or things regarded as representative of the class.
definite; precise; particular
One who beholds or looks on.
to engage in thought or reflection; meditate
a feeling of friendship and esteem
look over carefully
to look for; explore
rigorously binding or exacting; strict; severe.
Used for fastening, tightining, or lacing.
lean and sinewy
substance that shrinks
a long horizontal timber to connect uprights
able to be sensed by touch
be in direct physical contact with
Strategies. Ways of getting what you want.
(adj.) considerate, skillful in acting to avoid offense to others
whole; not broken
not able to be touched or sensed