(verb) to call into question; gainsay.
(verb)burn to ashes
(adj.) irresolution; inability to make up one's mind
(adj.) unconquerable; unyielding
(verb) place formally in office; install; admit as a member; initiate
(adj.) [of a building or vehicle] poorly constructed; rickety; falling apart
(noun) long-lasting hatred; bitterness
(verb) engrossed; absorbed; enchanted
(verb) approve formally; confirm; verify
(adj.) [of a person] having reason; [of ideas] based on reason; logical
(adj.) dormant; temporarily inactive; at rest
(adj.) tranquillity; calmness
(verb) tremble; shake
(adj.) idealistic but impractical.
(noun) fundamental reason or principle (on which a system or principle is based); fundamental reason or justification; grounds for an action
(verb) make rational; devise false reasons for (one's behavior); offer an excuse; give a plausible reason for an action in place of a true, less admirable ones
(adj.) [of voice] harsh and unpleasant; (of people) disorderly and boisterous
(verb) devastate; plunder; despoil
(verb) destroy completely
(adj.) strongly opposed to social or political change; opposing progress; politically ultraconservative
(noun) kingdom; field or sphere
(noun) refutation; response with contrary evidence
(adj.) disobedient or resisting authority even after being punished; obstinately stubborn; determined to resist authority; unruly.
(verb) disclaim or disavow; retract a previous statement; openly confess error