1. of great severity or intensity.
2. keen; sharp; sensitive
1. having two or more possible meanings or interpretations.
2. unclear; uncertain; obscure
to give authority for or to; grant power to.
to confuse or mislead
loud, unrestrained, and in high spirits; rowdy
to distinguish by means of desription, marks, name, or the like; specify
(verb) to cause to suffer from severe hunger
(adjectiive) very hungry
readily believing and thus easily tricked or deceived
to cause to become timid or afraid, especially by means of threats
one who opposes war and refuses to practice or acknowledge violence as a way of settling disputes or resisting aggression
clear, calm, or unclouded.
(noun) something that slows, stops, or reverses progress.