Verb. to come down voluntarily to the level of inferiors with whom one is dealing; to deign; to deal with people in a patronizing manner
Verb. to verify; to ratify; to strengthen; to establish; to make valid; to make firm or firmer
Verb. to seize (private property) for a public treasury, especially by way of penalty; to seize by or as by authority
Adjective. seized by or as by authority; having lost property through seizure by authority; appropriated by the government;forfeited
Noun. in the state of being overfilled or overcrouded; the state of excessive blood accumulation in a vessel or orgin
Verb. to protect from loss or depliction; preserve; to preserve (fruits) with sugar; to keep in safe or sound state
Noun. a jam made of two or more fruits stewed in sugar.
Verb. to give over to the care of another; to entrust; to commit irrevocably; to assign; to set apart, as for a special use or purpose
erb. to compel by physical, moral, or circumstantial force; to oblige; to restrain;to keep within close bounds
Verb. to make impure or corrupt by contact or mixture; to soil, stain or infect by contact or association
Adjective. shy and demure; retiring; pretending shyness or modesty; affectedly devious
Verb. to hang loosely and swing or sway to and fro; to hover after someone; to be a hanger-on.
Verb.t. to cause to hang loosely and swing; to keep hanging uncertainly.
Noun. the act of (dangling); somethingthat (dangles)
n. pl. information, especially information organized for analysis or used as the basis for a decision; numerical information in a form suitable for processing by computer
Verb. to die
Noun. death; departure from life
Verb. to overrun with water; to inundate in overwhelming numbers
Noun. a great flood; heavy downpour; anything that overwhelms as if by a great flood; (the Deluge- the great flood that occured in the time of Noah, Genesis 7-10)
Noun. deception; a false belief held in spite of invalidating evidence
Verb. to represent in a picture or sculpture; to represent in words; to describe