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tenacious
adj. persistent, tough, stubborn, dogged, obstinate, pertinacious, persevering, stiff, strong
cling
v. adhere, stick
nunnery
n. convent
worthy
adj: deserving, meritorious, respectable, valuable, honourable, honorable, dignified
n: notability
enchantment
n: charm, magic, spell, fascination, glamour, glamor, bewitchment, witchery, sorcery, incantation, witchcraft
scold
v: chide, rebuke, berate, reprove, reprimand, reprehend, reproach, upbraid, objurgate, abuse
n: vixen, virago, shrew, termagant
reprimand
v: rebuke, reprove, reprehend, scold, lecture, admonish, upbraid, objurgate, chide, reproach
n: rebuke, reproof, reproach, reprehension, admonition, objurgation, censure, scolding
robe
n. outerwear consisting of a long flowing garment used for official or ceremonial occasions
v. clothe formally
nimble
adj: agile, quick, deft, spry, alert, brisk, smart, nippy, dexterous, adroit, lissom, swift, lissome, prompt
dexterous
adj: dextrous, adroit, deft
fawning
adj: obsequious, servile, sycophantic, subservient, adulatory
n: adulation, flattery, subservience
foreshadow
v: presage, portend, forebode, augur, bode, prognosticate, betoken, predict, foretell, adumbrate
n: presage, omen, augury
undertaking
n: enterprise, pledge, engagement, business, commitment, promise
daring
adj: bold, audacious, brave, hardy, courageous, venturesome, plucky, intrepid, fearless
n: boldness, audacity, courage, hardihood, hardiness, bravery, pluck, nerve, spunk, valor, temerity, intrepidity
勇気,大胆不敵
distress
v: afflict, grieve, worry, trouble, sadden
n: grief, affliction, trouble, sorrow, misery, pain, anguish, hardship, suffering
misfortune
n: disaster, mischance, misadventure, mishap, calamity, adversity, bad luck, ill luck, distress, trouble, accident, infelicity, woe, unhappiness
bluff
adj: steep, abrupt, precipitous
v: deceive, cheat
connoisseur
n: expert, judge, adept
infirmity
n: weakness, frailty, feebleness, debility, failing
fondness
n: affection, liking, love, tenderness, attachment
malady
n: disease, illness, sickness, ailment, trouble, complaint, disorder
slight
adj: slender, small, little, thin, slim, petty, weak, trifling
v: disregard, disdain, ignore, neglect
noun: scorn, contempt, disregard, disdain
outrage
v: offend, violate, insult
n: insult, violence
exacerbate
v: aggravate, irritate, exasperate, sharpen
annoy
v: vex, bother, irritate, tease, pester, irk, trouble, harass, peeve, molest, disturb
hoard
v: amass, accumulate, garner, lay up, store, pile up, pile, collect, heap, gather
n: store, stock, supply, reserve, treasure, fund
bold
adj: daring, audacious, brave, courageous, hardy, impudent, plucky, nervy, manful
assertive
adj: positive
forceful
adj: powerful, strong, vigorous, potent, mighty, forcible, robust, lusty, sturdy, telling, violent
grieve
v: mourn, sadden, sorrow, afflict, distress, lament
lively
adj: vivacious, brisk, sprightly, alive, vivid, animated, quick, active, spry, spirited, bright, merry, agile, cheerful
adverb: quickly
stir up
shake
turmoil
n: tumult, uproar, disturbance, commotion, confusion, stir, turbulence, unrest, hubbub, disorder, ruction, riot
unrest
n: disturbance, disquiet, restlessness, inquietude, trouble, uneasiness, turmoil, agitation, anxiety, commotion, perturbation, disquietude, turbulence, worry, riot
struggle
v: fight, wrestle, strive, combat, contend, battle
noun: fight, battle, combat, conflict, contest, wrestle, tussle, fighting, strife, war, effort, exertion
pleasant
adj: nice, agreeable, pleasing, enjoyable, sweet, jolly, pleasurable, likable, lovely, good, merry, pretty, likeable, delightful
impervious
adjective: impermeable, impenetrable
eagerness
n: ardour, ardor, zeal, avidity, thirst, longing, craving, alacrity, anxiety ((またan ~))熱烈,切望;(...を)切望すること((for ...));(...)したいと熱望すること((to do, that節));熱意,(...に対する)熱心さ((about ...))
readiness
n: preparedness, willingness, promptitude, alacrity
alacrity
n: readiness, willingness, eagerness 敏速,機敏
frighten
v: scare, terrify, intimidate, startle, appal, daunt, cow, appall, affright, dismay, horrify, browbeat, alarm
confiscate
v: seize, impound, sequestrate, sequester, condemn, escheat, expropriate, commandeer
requisition
v: commandeer
noun: request, demand, requirement, claim
estrangement
n: alienation
alienation
n: estrangement
lit
adj. drunk
relieve
v: ease, alleviate, mitigate, help, lighten
faithfulness
n: fidelity, loyalty, allegiance, troth, constancy, devotion, honesty
soothe
v: calm, appease, pacify, assuage, mollify, allay, mitigate, ease, quiet, alleviate, relieve, palliate, placate, quieten, lull, salve, still, soften, becalm, comfort
ration
n: portion, allowance, helping
stipend
n: salary, pay, wage, screw, wages, emolument, earnings, scholarship
grant
v: give, allow, bestow, concede, admit, accord, confer, award
n: subsidy, donation, allowance, gift, endowment, bestowal, subvention
enticing
adj: tempting, alluring, seductive, inviting, attractive
withdrawn
adj: retiring, secluded
lonesomeness
n. aloneness
lethargic
adj: sleepy, drowsy, torpid 無気力の
nook
n: corner, angle, recess
allusive
adj. Working by suggestion rather than explicit mention
reprove
v: rebuke, reprehend, reproach, reprimand, chide, blame, scold, upbraid, censure, reprobate, objurgate
affectation
n: pretence, pretense, simulation, mannerism
allusion
n: hint, reference, suggestion, innuendo, insinuation, intimation, inkling, mention, cue
pollen
v: pollinate, 植物...に授粉する
noun: dust, 花粉
adumbrate
v: sketch, delineate, outline
agog
adj: eager, anxious
allay
v: soothe, appease, mitigate, assuage, ease, mollify, calm, relieve, lull, alleviate, pacify, moderate,palliate, quiet, still, extenuate
aloof
adj: remote, distant
adv: apart, away, afar, aside
adversity
n: misfortune, disaster, distress, calamity, hardship, misery
aimless
adj: purposeless, objectless, pointless
affable
adj: amiable, kind, polite, debonair, friendly, courteous, suave, gracious, complaisant, obliging,kindly, genial, urbane, bland, benign
allegiance
n: loyalty, fidelity, faithfulness, adherence, devotion, troth, faith, trustiness, constancy
allege
v: assert, claim, profess, affirm, aver, declare, contend, maintain, plead ((通例受身))[III[名]/that節](証拠なしに)...を主張する;[V[名]as[名][[形]]]...が(...である)と断言する;[V[名]to do]〈人が〉(...であると)言い張る,称する
agreeable
adj: pleasant, nice, pleasing, enjoyable, likable, sweet, 好みに合う,気分のよい,(...に)快い
albeit
Conj. Although
concurr
v: agree, coincide, consent
alloy
v: mix
n: admixture, mixture
alienate
v: estrange
allegation
n: assertion, statement, contention, claim, proposition, affirmation, plea
allege
v: assert, claim, profess, affirm, aver, declare, contend, maintain, plead
affability
n: kindness, amiability, suavity, courtesy, politeness, civility, geniality, urbanity
affection
n: love, fondness, attachment, liking
appease
v: pacify, calm, soothe, mollify, placate, quieten, tranquilize, assuage, allay, tranquillize, lull, quiet,still, becalm, propitiate, conciliate
assuage
v: soothe, appease, allay, pacify, mitigate, calm, mollify, alleviate, still, ease, salve, quiet, relieve,lull, palliate, abate
ease

ease
v: relieve, mitigate, alleviate, palliate, soothe, allay, relax, facilitate, lighten
n: comfort, easiness, convenience, facility, tranquillity, quiet, repose, rest
mollify
v: appease, soften, soothe, pacify, allay, mitigate, calm, assuage, quiet, placate, tranquilize, lull,propitiate, moderate
lull
v: calm, pacify, soothe, appease, allay, quiet, still, quieten, hush, tranquillize
n: calm
palliate
v: mitigate, soothe, alleviate, ease, relieve, allay, soften, extenuate, assuage, abate
still
adj: quiet, calm, tranquil, peaceful, placid, quiescent, silent, noiseless, restful, composed,sedate, halcyon, smooth, motionless, pacific, stationary, immovable
v: calm, pacify, appease, soothe, quiet, lull, quieten, tranquilize, tranquillize, allay, calm down,assuage, becalm, hush, mollify
n: silence, quiet, calm, hush, quietness
adverb: yet, more, nevertheless
extenuate
v: mitigate, palliate, allay, reduce, abate, relieve, diminish, attenuate, alleviate, ease, lessen, soften
zeal
n: ardour, ardor, fervor, fervour, enthusiasm, eagerness, fervency
avidity
n: greed, cupidity, greediness, rapacity, eagerness, avarice, lust, covetousness
thirst
v: crave, yearn, lust, hunger, long, hanker, be thirsty
n: craving, longing, hunger, eagerness
longing
adj: wishful, wistful, hungry, desirous, yearning, eager, avid, solicitous
n: yearning, desire, craving, hankering, hunger, thirst, wish, lust, anxiety
craving
adj: desirous, avid, longing, hungry, covetous, keen
n: longing, desire, lust, thirst, hunger, eagerness, hankering, yearning, avidity
troth
n: fidelity, faith, allegiance, faithfulness, loyalty, truth
aver
v: affirm, assert, allege, avouch, claim, declare, predicate, contend, prove, profess
plead
v: beg, implore, entreat, beseech
stubborn
adj: obstinate, pertinacious, dogged, headstrong, obdurate, wilful, refractory,willful, self-willed, mulish, stiff-necked, tenacious, persistent, pigheaded
dogged
adj: obstinate, stubborn, pertinacious, persistent, obdurate, tenacious,headstrong, refractory, wilful, tough, self-willed, persevering, insistent
obstinate
adj: stubborn, dogged, headstrong, obdurate, wilful, pertinacious, refractory,mulish, willful, persistent, stiff-necked, self-willed, opinionated, tenacious, pigheaded
pertinacious
adj: dogged, persistent, stubborn, obstinate, tenacious, obdurate, persevering,wilful, refractory, insistent, headstrong
stiff
adj: rigid, hard, tough, firm, severe, strong, inflexible, solid, stark
noun: corpse, body, cadaver
servile
adj: obsequious, slavish, subservient, menial こびへつらった, 召使(特有)の
sycophantic
adj: obsequious, fawning, smarmy, subservient, flattering へつらう,ごまをする
subservient
adj: servile, obsequious, subordinate, submissive
obsequious
adj: servile, subservient, slavish, menial, fawning
omen
v: bode, portend, presage, prognosticate, augur, forebode, foretell, foreshadow,predict, betoken
n: sign, presage, portent, augury, token, foretoken, prognostic, prognostication,indication, auspice
portend
v: bode, presage, foreshadow, forebode, prognosticate, omen, betoken, augur,foretell, predict, forecast
bode
v: presage, portend, foretell, augur, predict, omen, foreshadow, prophesy,prognosticate, divine, betoken
n: herald, lunation
herald
v: announce, advertise, proclaim, declare, harbinger
n: messenger, harbinger, forerunner, precursor, courier, crier