suitable or likely
Unexpected: unforeseen; unannounced
To delight intensely; enchant; captivate
To follow persistently like a dog, especially in a troublesome way: hound.
Exemption or freedom from punishment, harm, or loss.
...an indirect reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art.
Valuable find: collection of priceless items.
Describe in detail.
Strip or space the width of a mowing machine. Also, figuratively, a forceful impression.
To reconstruct: reorganize. Also, to restore dehydrated food or drink by adding liquid.
affected with a severe impairment of intellectual capacity.
Stripped of authority or purpose.
The joyful woman's ebullient attitude was contagious.
A standardized mental picture or oversimplified / prejudiced opinion that is held by one group of another group.
false; not authentic.
Crushed in spirit by a feeling of remorse or guilt.
Exaggeration expressing a strong impression and not to be taken literally.
Contemptuous term for a fawning (weak) follower or attendant.
Uncertain; open to chance; risky.
Showing intensity of feeling or expression.
Marked by lack of steadfastness or stability; given to erratic changeableness. Indecisive.
Opposition to force under any circumstance, specifically: refusal to participate in war.
To establish by proof or competent evidence.
a dishonest, deceitful person, rogue.
An unlawful plot.
A strong, irresistible impulse to do something.
Having several possible meanings; obscure:
To avoid or escape by speed:
Deep and painful sense of guilt for wrongdoing
Stubborn and unyielding, esp. without good reason
To disregard or minimize
A word having the same meaning as another word
To cause or give rise to
Disdainfully or skeptically humorous; derisively mocking; syn. sarcasti
To wander away from the main topic of discussion