a calling for help, support, or inspiration.
to call forth or put into effect
To take pleasure in something
deceitful cunning; sly intelligence or cleverness
To persuade or trick someone into doing something, especially by saying nice things to them.
To give someone a lot of something, such as expensive presents, love, or praise
adj. expensive, elaborate, or over-the-top extravagant
an often eccentric and usually elderly fellow.
harmful, but enticing; having a gradual subtle effect on something.
to punish or severely scold.
the original pattern or model which serves as a source
having the characteristics of an archetype (see above)
to cause to suffer; to torture or tease unmercifully
pain and suffering one has endured.
having great awareness; shrewd; of keen mind.
Secret, stealthy, clandestine
hard-working, careful, diligent
a driving force, impulse, stimulus
to torment with, or as if with, the sight of something desired but out of reach.
representing the perfect example of a class or quality.
of high rank, station or quality; noteworthy; outstanding in character or performance.
a lover, especially one in an adulterous relationship.
the face of a building; a deceptive outward appearance.
not noble in quality, character or purpose; base or mean.
to take something, usually of little value; to steal.
characterized by lightness or insubstantiality; intangible. highly refined; delicate, of the celestial spheres; heavenly;spiritual.
given to whimsy; capricious; light-hearted or amusing
irritable or bad tempered; irascible
offensively bold behavior; effrontery; insolence.
the act of altering something in such a manner as to reduce its value; to remove a central part; to take away force or significance
a speech or discourse that encourages, incites, or earnestly advises.
in a sad, mournful manner
the art and practices of a buffoon; low jests, ridiculous pranks; vulgar tricks and postures.
to say to plead in protest, objection, or reproof; to exhibit strong reason against an act, measure or any course of proceedings
open to more that one interpretation; doubtful or uncertain.
foolish or silly, especially in a smug or self-satisfied way
endowment with a human body; appearance in human form. any person or thing serving as the type or embodiment of a quality or concept
the act of diverting from a hallowed purpose or use; sacrilege.
gaudy or cheap in nature or appearance; shameful or indecent.
a severe scolding, verbal attack, diatribe, or long, passionate speech (verb): to deliver a severe scolding or attack.
ready for battle or involved in battle, conflict, or struggle.
serious, reserved, settled, or old-fashioned in the way one behaves, dresses, or works.
scattered carelessly or spread widely.
pitiable, pathetic, miserable, or contemptible.
to party wildly and drunkenly or to drink excessively.
white or glowing with heat (often used metaphorically).
to walk or go awkwardly; shuffle, (adj): a shambling gait.
concerns, worries, doubts about something.
boldly rude or disrespectful; contemptuously impertinent; insulting.
presumptuously overconfident, brash, or proud; excessively arrogant.
astute or sharp in practical matters; keen; piercing.
a disorderly mob or rabble of people; a defeat attended with a disorderly exit.
to defeat decisively.
A state of dishonor.
Full of or giving praise.
Distinctive and stylish elegance.
Plausible but false; intended to deceive.
severe; rough or harsh; stormy.
having a pleasant odor; fragrant; smelling of; suggestive or reminiscent of.