Words of the Day Set 3
Lots of, adundant
suitable for drinking
An alchoholic drink
to read thoroughly and carefully
humorous, not meant to be taken seriously
to waste time
To benefit you
Lazy or shoty job
A perminant military camp
a small, very fast animal from India that eats snakes and rodents
a small house with a single story
a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning.
A mark or character used as a convent, representation of an object, function, or process. (Something representing another thing)
wet and muddy, as if from being dragged around
crouch down in fear
a manner of walking or running
a very typical example of a certain person or thing
a sliding gate for controlling the flow of water
porch or balcony
extremely or greatly
A person who is respected in their line of work
about to happen
the technical equipment or machinery needed for a particular activity or purpose
conceal or hide
To lessen (a sound or noise), especially by wrapping
wrap or cover for warmth
making a loud, confused noise; uproarious
Confused or disorderly
present, appearing, or found everywhere
A person who stands up for and advocates for others
an imagined place or state in which everything is unpleasant or bad, typically a totalitarian or environmentally degraded one.
An act of rinsing or showering with water
an imagined place or state of things in which everything is perfect
Someone who is weak and delicate
being easily broken or destroyed
criticize in an abusive or angrily insulting manner
very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail
expressing contempt or ridicule
measuring the depth of water equal to six feet;
2. understand after much though
in the style of architecture common in western Europe; belonging to the Dark Ages.
small, crowded spaces. The little holes in the ground in which rabbits live are called warrens.
trembling, or shaking; fearful or timid.
unaware; not aware of or not concerned about what is happening around one.
majestic; of such excellence, grandeur, or beauty a to inspire great admiration or awe. 2. used to denote the extreme or unparalleled nature of a person's attitude or behavior.
spray blown from the crests of waves by the wind.
move in an overstated impatient or angry manner.
run or jump about playfully.
well meaning and kindly.
having or showing a wish to do evil to others.
impossible to disentangle or separate.
evoking a keen sense of sadness or regret.
disturbing and horrifying due to involvement with or depiction of injury or death
large groups of people
move back or further away from a previous position
capable of being perceived.
deeply agitated, esp. from emotion
inclination; predominant/prevailing tendency of one
to discipline; verbal punishment
to make a dull, low, monotonous sound
to chuckle/laugh gleefully
to poke, jab, or nag
to violate/commit an infraction
the power to float or rise in fluid
marked by extreme care
capability; ability; capacity for something
to exercise power, authority, influence
a gradual, steady increase in sound or force
not bad; kind disposition, favorable
easy and sprightly in manner
passing swiftly; vanishing quickly, transient
the act of requiring or demanding
necessary to the completeness of a whole; important
easily seen or noticed
a stream of water flowing with great force
to counsel, advise, and/or caution
produced by a distortion of facial features
a lack of color
having many curves, bends, turns; winding
to bring into conformity with the customs, attitudes, etc. of a group
to cover or coat with; to apply or smear
to make milder or less severe; relieve or ease
slaughter of a great number of people (as in battle)
to become spread throughout all parts
no longer in general use
the region, sphere, or domain within which anything occurs
causing sorrow or pity
secret procedure or act of stealing
lacking in vigor or vitality; slow
to make larger; increase (in strength)
tense; not relaxed
alert; watchful to detect danger
unenergetic, lazy, dull, drowsy
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