Denoting an artificial body part, such as a limb, heart, or a breast implant
Objects kept or collected because of their associations with memorable people or events
Resembling a torus
A short pin or bolt, typically tapered at one end, used for securng in place, hanging things on, or marking a position.
Causing or affected by anxiety or stress
Troops trained specially for carrying out a sudden assault
brought into a disordered or confusing state
Measure the depth of a body of water (with object); Be of a specified depth; explore or experience fully or to extremes (without object)
A person suffering from dementia
Characterized by malformation
To gloss over, explain away, or patch up (as major differences or disparities), especially in order to maintain a semblance of unity or agreement; hide, conceal
Move with a hissing or rushing sound; aim a swinging blow at something
A clip or bar for holding hair in place
A thin tube inserted into a vein or body cavity to administer medicine, drain off fluid, or insert a surgical instrument
A small lump or residual part
A man who cheats or tricks someone by means of a confidence game
The chemical element of atomic number 33, a brittle steel-grey metalloid.
A subdivision of a company of soldiers, usually forming a tactical unit that is commanded by a lieutenant and divided into into several sections.
Make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with or as if with a gouge; Overcharge, swindle
Use deception to deprive (someone) of money or possessions; obtain (money) fraudulently.
(especially with reference to a woman) making a pretense of shyness or modesty that is intended to be alluring
comparatively light and insubstantial, easily damaged; (of clothing) light and thin; (of a pretext or account) weak and unconvincing
A burrowing mouselike rodent that is specially adapted to living in arid conditions found in Africa and Asia
Walk through water or another liquid or soft substance; read laboriously through (a long piece of writing); get involved in (something) vigorously or forcefully
Wave or swing or cause to wave or swing wildly; beat, flog
Convey or put in a cart or similar vehicle; remove or convey (someone) somewhere unceremoniously.
Move around the side of (an enemy) so as to outmaneuver them; outwit
streched or pulled tight, not slack; (of writing, music, etc) concise and controlled
A word or phrase open to two interpretations, one of which is usally risque or indecent.
A device controlling the flow of fuel or power to an engine; a throat, gullet or windpipe; attack or kill (someone) by choking or strangling them; control (an engine or vehicle) with a throttle
Look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light; have eyes that look in different directions; a permanent deviation in the direction of the gaze of one eye; a quick or casual look
Severely mutilate, disfigure or damage by cutting, tearing or crushing; a large machine for ironing sheets or other fabrics, usually when they are damp, using heated rollers
A person's nickname
A person who lives a solitary life and tends to avoid other people
The Roman festival of Bacchus; a drunken revelry
To let saliva or liquid spill out from the mouth; drool; To express sentiment or enthusiasm effusively or mawkishly;
A marine crustacean with an external shell, which attaches itself permanently to a variety of surfaces. Barnacles feed by filtering particles from the water using their modified feathery legs
"Is my wittle fuffywump sickywicky?"
"Are you feeling sick?", said in a motherly or by a lover
(of a person) elderly and infirm; worn out or ruined because of age or neglect
Stay away from school or work without permission or explanation; (of a tune or a component of a tune) having immediate appeal and easy to remember
A native or inhabitant of Indiana
(of a person) tremble convulsively, typically as a result of fear or revulsion; (especially of a vehicle, machine, or building) shake or vibrate deeply; (of a person's breathing) be unsteady, especially as a result of emotional disturbance.
Cause (someone) to suddenly lose confidence or feel less important; reduce the level of (an emotion or feeling)
(of a cancer) spread to other sites in the body of metastasis
Form small creases or wrinkles in the surface of something, especially the skin of the face as the result of a facial expression; a wrinkle or crease on the surface of something
A cancer arising in the epithelial tissue of the skin or of the lining of the internal organs.
A doctor who specializes in treating people with cancer
(of a person, manner, or gesture) feeling or revealing an overt and often offensive sexual desire (lewd, licentious)
infatuated or obsessed; in a state of nervous excitement
Fragments of a bomb, shell or other object thrown out by an explosion
Deliberately impassive or expressionless; in a deadpan manner; say something amusing while affecting a serious manner
A start that suddenly increases greatly in brightness because
Released or free from a tether
A fatal flaw leading to the downfall of a tragic hero or heroine
A condition characterized by an excess of watery fluid collecting in the cavities or tissues of the body.
A stone coffin, typically adorned with a sculpture or inscription and associated with the ancient civiliazations of Egypt, Rome and Greece
Personal courage and determination; toughness of character; take out the intestines and other internal organs of (a fish or other animal) before cooking it; remove or destroy completely the internal parts of (a building or other structure); cause (someone) to feel extremely upset or disappointed.
The cut stalks of grain plants left sticking out of the ground after the grain is harvested; short, stiff hairs growing on a man's face when he has not shaved for a while.
Make (someone) mentally unbalanced (deranged); take (a door) off its hinges