Mr Hoffman Freshmen English Class
affected with or exhibiting prejudice, as from envy or resentment.
the study of the causes of diseases
of the pale yellowish color of dressed flax or linen
a theory or story of the origin and development of the universe.
a clumsy, stupid person
the highest point of something
indulgence in idle daydreaming
volcanic, or pertaining to a fierce of fiery disposition
to recline or lean in a relaxed, lazy, or indolent manner; lounge.
Sentimental pessimism; sorrow that one feels and accepts as one's necessary portion in life.
abnormal fear of night or darkness
a sauce made of oil and eggs, usually flavored with garlic, from the Province region of France.
an overly forward, impudent woman; shrew; hussy.
able to be seized or grasped
a trip, as by an official or legislative committee, paid out of public funds and ostensibly to obtain information.
a state of drowsy contentment
to rise or roll in or like a great wave; surge
extremely disturbing or distressing; grievous
with suspicion, mistrust or disapproval
a sense of loneliness and anxiety
a tendency to lie; untruthfulness
a very timid, unassertive spineless person
a disturbance resulting in an uncertain gait and trembling
a state of mind consisting of pure sensation or emotion without cognitive content
something unusual, strange, or causing wonder or terror
gaudy showy and cheap
open to discussion or debate; doubtful
one devoted to some pursuit, worship, or way of life.
a direct vote of the qualified voters of a state in regard to some important public question;
universal knowledge or wisdom
1. opposition to the increase and spread of knowledge. 2. deliberate obscurity or evasion of clarity.
a view or contemplation of death
a state of final spiritualism; loss of the soul; damnation
proper to or suggestive of a tomb; funeral or dismal
beyond or outside the field of experience
streaked or spotted with gray or white
violently frenzied; wild; crazed; deranged
to comment unfavorably or critically
to foreshadow; to bode
impossible to refute
having flavor, especially a strong pleasant flavor
a trinket; a knickknack
the act of plundering
one who roams about in search of amusement or social activity
occurring after a meal
to teach or impress by frequent repitition or instruction
relating to the mourning or remembering of the dead.
given to, or marked by, procrastination or delay
possessing or displaying a strange and otherworldly aspect or quality
one who returns after death or a long absence
an imaginary wild animal of fierce disposition
a section of a book or a set of books published in installments as separate volumes or pamphlets.