agonizing physical or mental pain
to absorb or preoccupy
to express pride, vanity, or resentment by throwing ones head up (as a horse does when reigned in)
eager to please
passive, uninvolved or unconcerned
to move with exaggerated motions
very carefully or cautiously
domineering and overbearing, often arrogantly
to soothe or appease
marked with spots of different shades and colors
serving as a sign of something coming in the future, especially something bad
communicating without words using gestures and facial expressions
sorrowful or mournful
combative in nature, always looking for a fight
in a lying down, reclining position
ethically wrong- deserving or worthy of judgement
serious, in a ceremonial or deeply earnest way
to calm and bring under control
one of two side straps or chains connecting a draft animal to a vehicle
confusion and turmoil
dryly humorous often through the use of irony and sarcasm
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