(adj) involving ignoble actions and motives; arousing moral distaste and contempt. 2. Dirty or squalid
(adj) (of a place) extremely dirty and unpleasant, especially as a result of poverty or neglect. 2. showing or involving a contemptible lack of moral standards.
(verb) occur again, periodically, or repeatedly.
(v) address (someone) in such a way as to express disapproval or disappointment. (n)the expression of disapproval or disappointment.
(v) walk doggedly and slowly with heavy steps.(n)a slow, heavy walk.
(prep) surrounded by; in the middle of.in an atmosphere or against a background of.
(n) fair behavior or treatment 2. a judge or magistrate, in particular a judge of tsupreme court of a country or state
(n) a lack of fairness
(adj) present, appearing, or found everywhere.
(adj) bad-tempered and sulky; gloomy. (n) sulky or depressed.
(v) assemble (troops), especially for inspection or in preparation for battle. (n) a formal gathering of troops, especially for inspection, display, or exercise.
(n) a fact, argument, or event that settles a matter conclusively. (n) a bicycle or automobile tire that has flange beads that fit into the wheel rim.
(adj) containing or covered with grit. 2. showing courage and resolve.
(v) move out of or away from something and come into view. 2. become apparent, important, or prominent.
(v) to plunge into or immerse oneself in something
(adj) tending to talk a great deal; talkative.
(n) an implied or indirect reference especially in literature; a person, place, thing or idea. also : the use of such references
(n) a story in which the characters and events are symbols that stand for ideas about human life or for a political or historical situation ie. The "Allegory of the Cave"
(adj) lacking proper respect or seriousness
(n) hatred of women.
(adj)(of a person) famous and respected within a particular sphere or profession. 2. used to emphasize the presence of a positive quality.
(adj) about to happen.
(v) to show repeated, unwanted, aggressive behavior among school aged children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance.
(n) the use of humor, irony, exaggeration, or ridicule to expose and criticize people's stupidity or vices, particularly in the context of contemporary politics and other topical issues.
(n) a speaker speaks something contradictory to what he intends to
(n) when incongruity appears between expectations of something to happen, and what actually happens
(n) the audience knows more about the situations, the causes of conflicts and their resolutions before leading characters or actors
(n) a person employed to carry luggage and other loads, especially in a railroad station, airport, or hotel.
(n) a soft felt hat with a narrow brim and indented crown
(adv) done quickly, lively, refreshingly.
(n) the face of a building, especially the principal front that looks onto a street or open space. 2. n outward appearance that is maintained to conceal
(adj) (of a person) pleasant because of a personality, qualities, or interests that are similar to one's own. Hospitable, agreeable, nice.
(v) to be indecisive; to change one's mind; to hesitate
(v) to call to mind
(n) fish that has been salted and smoked - a breakfast item in Great Britain.
(v) originate from; be produced by. give out or emit (something abstract but perceptible).
(n) a small mark or flaw that spoils the appearance of something. (v) spoil the appearance of (something) that is otherwise aesthetically perfect.
(adj) of or relating to the pleasant aspects of the countryside and country life.
(n) miscellaneous articles, especially the equipment needed for a particular activity.
(n) the ritualistic sacrifice or exile of a human scapegoat or victim.
(adj) treating serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor; flippant.
(adj) very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail. 2. very concerned about matters of cleanliness.
(n) small, crowded spaces. The little holes in the ground in which rabbits live are called warrens.
(v) to attack (someone) by repeatedly hurling things at them.
(adj) trembling, or shaking; fearful or timid.
(adj) majestic, grand
(n) spray blown from the crests of waves by the wind.
(v) to disturb or bother.
(n) intelligence and good judgement.
(v) to hold back
(adj) feeling or showing caution about possible dangers or problems.
(N) smooth in manner.
(n) energetic gestures.
(n) in the fourteenth verse, "perfumed by an unseen censer / Swung by seraphim whose foot-falls tinkled..." is used to illustrate the swift, invisible way a scent spreads in a room. A seraphim is one of the six-winged angels standing in the presence of God.
(n) is a potion, used by ancients to induce forgetfulness of pain or sorrow.
"Balm in Gilead,"
(n) from the following verse, is a soothing ointment made in Gilead, a mountainous region of Palestine east of the Jordan river.
(n) from the sixteenth verse, is an Arabic word for Eden or paradise.
(adj) characteristic of Pluto, the god of the underworld in Roman mythology
to move away from the land or sea 2. To lessen in degree
(v) to increase as in the moon
(v) to decrease (as in the moon)
(3)(adj) denoting a thing or person previously mentioned.
(6) (adj) intending to harm or to do harm; vengeful
(4) (v) to be enough or adequate
(7)(n) a feeling of repulsion, disgusted loathing.
(11) (v)(adj) wrapped or dressed; covered from one's view.
(12)(n)understanding of a situation or event only after it has happened or developed.
(n) senseless talk or writing; nonsense.
(n) (213) a pause or gap in a sequence, series, or process.
(adj) (209) acting with or showing care and thought for the future.
(n)(214) a feeling of fear or agitation about something that may happen.
(adj) (215)abnormally thin or weak, especially because of illness or a lack of food.
(v) (244) to search quickly through (something), especially so as to cause disorder. 2 to disturb the surface of; ruffle.
(adj) (245)uncalled for; lacking good reason; unwarranted.(2)given or done free of charge.
(247) (adj) relentlessly severe, stern, or gloomy in manner or appearance.
(248) (adj) sparing or economical with regard to money or food. (2) simple and plain and costing little.
(251) (adj) vehement or clamorous.
(257) (v) disappear or cause to disappear. (2) disperse or scatter.
(252) (adj) deficient in color. (2) lacking sparkle or liveliness : dull
(277) (v) to violate the sanctity of : profane (2)to treat disrespectfully, irreverently, or outrageously
(285) (v) to scold or condemn vehemently and at length
(290) (v) to charge with or show evidence or proof of involvement in a crime or fault
(294)(v) to approach and speak to (someone) often in a challenging or aggressive way