to be next to; to border on
(1) to command solemnly
(2) to advise sincerely
to catch sight of a distant object after looking carefully; to detect or discover
to misuse or violate something sacred
a person with only a superficial interest and slight knowledge of an art or other field of knowledge
(1) having more than one meaning or interpretation, usually intended to confuse
(2) uncertain or undecided
(1) to dig out of the ground
(2) to recover from neglect; to revive
to destroy completely; to wipe out
a small fault or weakness in a person's character
without the means to pay what is owed; bankrupt
given to joking; humorous and playful
a door or entrance, especially one that is large and imposing
a direct ancestor
to overcome distrust or hostility; to appease
a paying back for what has been lost or damaged
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