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attainment of anything desired; realization if good results; consummation; fulfillment
Transmute (transitive verb)
change or alter in form, appearance or nature (especially to a higher form)
stubbornly resisting control or guidance, e.g., of a horse; balky; hence, unmanageable; uneasy; fidgeting about
Remonstrate (intransitive verb)
present and urge reasons in opposition, as to an act, measure, or any proceedings
a trace, mark, or visible sign left by something lost or no longer existent; a small, degenerate, or imperfectly developed part or organ which has been more fully developed in an earlier stage or in a past generation
extreme dislike or aversion; deep-rooted antagonism; in logic, inconsistency, incompatibility, incongruity (e.g., repugnance between gospel narratives)
bereft or not in possession (of something necessary or desirable); lacking; in condition of extreme want
Acclaim (transitive verb)
applaud; declare or proclaim by acclamation; shout; call out loudly, as acclaim my joy
Baffle (transitive verb)
check or defeat by confusing or puzzling; frustrate the efforts of; check or break the flow of
marked by lack of a definite plan; aimless; without order or rational connection
a delicate mixture of beaten egg white and powdered sugar, used as an icing or made into small cakes that are quickly browned
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