(vb.) to lessen or to calm.
(n.) a minor city official, lower in rank than either a sheriff or a policeman, whose main duties revolve around preserving order at various civil functions such as trials and town hall meetings.
(n.) members of a particular church or sect
(n) a ladies undergarment designed to produce a particular effect on the figure. That effect usually results in a slim (or slimmer) waist and larger busts and hips
(n.) a formal statement of principle
(vb.) a house or a place where a person lives. If you are domiciled somewhere, that is where you live.
(n.) the lower edges of a roof which usually project beyond the side of a building
(n.) the act of going somewhere or do something that is unusual or not normal for you.
(n.) personal property, slaves
(adj.) shamelessly bold, as if you don't care what anyone thinks about you.
(n) members of a branch of a Protestant Christian denomination.
(n) a pointed or sharpened pole or stake.
(n) devotion to religious duties and practices
(n.) a preference, or a preferred way of doing something.
(adj.) rigid, severe, straight
(n.) all the special skills a person has, a collection of works that an artist or company can perform
(n.) someone who often finds fault with people or things (and usually lets you know about it under no uncertain terms)
(n.) a jarlike container to spit into; usually used to spit tobacco juice into.
(n. )conditions or rules
(adj.) almost always silent.
(adj.) untouched or unused.
(n) a portico or porch with a roof
(adj.) boring or uninteresting