| ||abide (uhbiid) verb |
1. Dwell (archaic).
2. Put up with something or somebody unpleasant.
3. to conform to the rules. to tolerate
4. Put up with; endure; tolerate
| ||absurd (uhbsurd) adjective |
1. Inconsistent with reason or logic or common sense.
2. without any sense; silly; crazy
3. ridiculous, doesn't make sense, silly
| ||adore (uhdawr) verb Love intensely. "he just adored his wife"|
| ||aghast (uhgast) adjective struck by shock, terror, or amazement|
| ||beckoned (bEHkuhnd) verb |
1. Signal with the hands or nod.
2. To call someone over with a hand motion.
| ||belching (bEHlchihNG) |
1. Expel gas from the stomach.
2. An explosion of smoke from factory chimneys.
| ||colossal (kuhlosuhl) adjective Huge, immense, very large|
| ||corridor (kawruhdur) noun An indoor passageway. This is a room that only has doors.|
| ||craggy (kragee) adjective |
1. Rocky and steep.
2. rugged looking with strong prominent masculine features
3. bumpy and rugged, such as rocky land
| ||criticize (krihtihsiiz) verb |
1. Find fault with; express criticism of; point out real or perceived flaws. "The paper criticized the new movie"
2. To point out weaknesses or flaws.
| ||currant noun |
1. Any of several tart red or black berries used primarily for jellies and jams.
2. a small seedless raisin; a berry of a shrub
| ||dally (dalee) |
1. Behave carelessly or indifferently.
2. Waste time. "Get busy--don't dally!"
| ||dawdle (dawduhl) verb |
1. Take one's time; proceed slowly.
2. to spend more time in doing something than is necessary.
| ||delectable (dihlEHktuhbuhl) adjective |
1. Extremely pleasing to the sense of taste.
2. highly pleasant; delightful, enjoyable.
| ||delicate (dEHluhkuht) adjective |
1. Easily broken or damaged or destroyed. "a kite too delicate to fly safely"
2. Easily hurt. "a baby's delicate skin"
3. Very fragile, or fine.
| ||dervish (durvihsh) |
1. One that possesses abundant, often frenzied energy.
2. one who dances and spins wildly
3. somebody who behaves very energetically and out of control
| ||despicable (dihspihkuhbuhl) adjective |
1. Worthy only of being despised and rejected.
2. really bad, not liked at all
3. dislike greatly; deserving to be despised
| ||dotty (dotee) adjective |
1. Informal or slang terms for mentally irregular.
2. Marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness.
| ||dozing (dohzihNG) |
1. Sleep lightly or for a short period of time.
2. Half asleep. "it seemed a pity to disturb the drowsing (or dozing) professor"
| ||eager (eegur) noun,adjective |
1. Marked by active interest and enthusiasm. "an eager beaver"
2. Very interested in doing something.
| ||entrance (EHntruhns) noun,verb |
1. Something that provides access (entry or exit). "they waited at the entrance to the garden"
2. A movement into or inward.
| ||envious (EHnveeuhs) adjective |
1. That feels envy of another's possessions.
2. Jealous: desire someone elses life or belongings
3. to want something someone else owns
| ||ferocious (furohshuhs) adjective Fierce; savage; violent.|
| ||fluster (fluhstur) noun,verb |
1. Be flustered; behave in a confused manner.
2. Cause to be nervous or upset.
| ||froth (frawth) noun,verb |
1. A mass of small bubbles formed in or on a liquid.
2. bubbles formed in or on top of liquids.
| ||frump (fruhmp) A dull unattractive unpleasant girl or woman. "she got a reputation as a frump"|
| ||gale (gayl) noun A strong current of air with speeds from 25 to 75 miles per hour.|
| ||gall (gawl) noun,verb |
1. Become or make sore by or as if by rubbing.
2. A skin sore caused by chafing.
3. The trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties.
| ||gallant (galuhnt) noun,adjective |
1. Lively and spirited.
2. Having or displaying great dignity or nobility. "a gallant pageant"
| ||gaping (gaypihNG) adjective,verb |
1. Look with amazement; look stupidly.
2. With the mouth wide open as in wonder or awe. "the gaping audience"
| ||ghastly (gastlee) adjective |
1. Shockingly repellent; inspiring horror. "ghastly wounds"
2. terrifyingly horrible to the mind or senses
| ||glistening (glihsuhnihNG) adjective,verb |
1. Be shiny, as if wet. "His eyes were glistening"
2. Reflecting light. "glistening bodies of swimmers"
| ||gorge (gawrj) noun,verb |
1. A deep ravine (usually with a river running through it).
2. Overeat or eat immodestly; make a pig of oneself.
| ||haste (hayst) noun |
1. Overly eager speed (and possible carelessness). "he soon regretted his haste"
2. The act of moving hurriedly and in a careless manner. "in his haste to leave he forgot his book"
| ||hoard (hawrd) noun,verb |
1. A secret store of valuables or money.
2. Get or gather together.
| ||hooligan (hoolihguhn) noun |
1. A cruel and brutal fellow.
2. A tough and aggressive or violent youth.
| ||hypnotized (hihpnuhtiizd) adjective,verb |
1. Induce hypnosis in.
2. put nto a dazed condition.
| ||incinerator (ihnsihnuraytur) noun |
1. A furnace for incinerating (especially to dispose of refuse).
2. A container used to burn material such as garbage
| ||indignant (ihndihgnuhnt) adjective |
1. Angered at something unjust or wrong. "an indignant denial"
2. rude or angry because of displeasure.
3. upset, angry, or resentful
| ||intently (ihntEHntlee) adjective,adverb |
1. having the mind firmly fixed on something
2. With a purpose, plan, or goal
| ||liable (liiuhbuhl) adjective |
1. Held legally responsible. "men between the ages of 18 and 35 were liable for military service"
2. Likely (to do something or have something happen to one).
| ||ludicrous (looduhkruhs) adjective |
1. so out of place or silly as to be funny; ridiculous
2. utterly ridiculous because of being absurd, incongruous, impractical, or unsuitable
| ||luscious (luhshihs) adjective |
1. Extremely pleasing to the sense of taste.
2. Something to eat that tastes very good.
| ||nincompoop (nihNGkuhmpoop) A stupid foolish person. |
| ||nourishment (nurihshmuhnt) noun food that is necessary for health and growth of our bodies|
| ||obstinate (obstuhnuht) adjective |
1. Stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing.
2. stubborn; set in one's ways
| ||pandemonium (pandihmohneeuhm) noun |
1. A state of extreme confusion and disorder.
2. wild confusion and noise; up roar
| ||pandered (pandurd) Yield (to); give satisfaction to. |
| ||petrified (pEHtruhfiid) adjective,verb |
1. Cause to become stone-like or stiff or dazed and stunned. "The horror petrified his feelings" "Fear petrified her thinking"
2. to be astonished; to be paralyzed with fear
| ||precious (prEHshuhs) adjective,adverb |
1. Characterized by feeling or showing fond affection for. "children are precious"
2. Something or someone that is dear or beloved.