courageous, high-spirited. Don't confuse with "meddlesome," meaning inclined to interfere.
take for one's own use, acquire, set aside. Don't confuse with "appropriate (adjective)," which means fitting or suitable.
to bless, make happy, or ascribe a virtue to. Regard as saintly. Don't confuse with "beautify," which means to make beautiful.
pompous, self important. Also having consequence, important. Also following as a result, or being an effect of some cause.
involving clever rogues or adventurers. Don't confuse with "picturesque," which means picture-like, charming, or quaint.
sweetly flowing; usually used to describe use of words (sweetly flowing words, as when the speech is characterized by high volubility.
misgiving, dread. Also a stopping or arrest. Also an understandingprosaic--dull, tedious, commonplace
pronounce or speak affectedly, euphemize, speak too carefully. Also to take tiny steps, tiptoe
naive, young, artless, frank, honest, sincere. Don't confuse with "ingenious"--very clever
excessive wickedness; evilness. Don't confuse with "enormousness," which means great size. ENORMITY DOES NOT MEAN "BIGNESS" OR "GREAT SIZE"
roughness, harshness, ill temper, irritability (Don't confuse with "aspersion," which means slander
doctrine opposed to removing Church of England's official religion status