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cause (someone) to feel intense distaste and aversion.
(of a person or animal) not easily upset or excited.
showing or feeling slight anger; annoyed.
very angry; enraged.
curious or unusual in a way that provokes dry amusement.
anxious or unsettled; upset.
having or displaying a friendly and pleasant manner.
make or become weaker in power, resolve, or physical strength.
bad-tempered and sulky; gloomy.
occurring at an inconvenient or inappropriate time.
(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality.
conducive to success; favorable.
(of an event or act) happening or done at an unsuitable time
unassuming or moderate in the estimation of one's abilities or achievements.
move in an energetic or noisy manner.
the making of articles on a large scale using machinery.
in, relating to, or characteristic of the countryside rather than the town.
sordid and disreputable.
(of a place) empty of people.
unpleasant or repulsive, especially in appearance.
simulated or pretended; insincere.
dull, bleak, and lifeless; depressing.
imagine as a future possibility; visualize.
unwilling to work or use energy.
make known (private or sensitive information).
small or insufficient in quantity or amount
a strong feeling of wanting to have something or wishing for something to happen.
having or showing eagerness or enthusiasm.
become aware or conscious of (something); come to realize or understand.
a punishment imposed for breaking a law, rule, or contract.
as in displeasure or deep thought
the process of freeing or state of being free from an obligation or liability imposed on others
bear all or part of the weight of; hold up.
a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained.
an item of additional material, typically omissions, added at the end of a book or other publication.
persist in an activity or process.
an act or instance of waiving a right or claim.
formally put an end to (a system, practice, or institution).
having or showing grace or elegance.
to use abusive language
characterized by malice; intending or intended to do harm.
an agreement or a settlement of a dispute that is reached by each side making concessions.
having or showing a feeling of vague or regretful longing.
an agreement between two or more parties as to what each party will do for the other.
a persistent feeling of ill will or resentment resulting from a past insult or injury.
accept or act in accordance with (a rule, decision, or recommendation).
hold royal office; rule as king or queen.
the action of making something weaker in force, content, or value.
a large natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea, a lake, or another such stream.
a mistaken belief, especially one based on unsound argument.
fail to care for properly.
a wrong or inaccurate name or designation.
tell (a story) again or differently.
in a state of peaceful happiness.
an unattractive or unsatisfactory feature, especially in a piece of work or in a person's character.
(of land) too poor to produce much or any vegetation.
(especially of a change or distinction) so delicate or precise as to be difficult to analyze or describe.
make a physical attack on.
occupy, attract, or involve (someone's interest or attention).
stimulate or excite (someone), especially in a sexual way.
designed to be useful or practical rather than attractive.
help (someone), typically by doing a share of the work.
annoyingly insensitive or slow to understand.
deserving or inviting derision or mockery; absurd.
providing useful or interesting information.
reach inside a receptacle and search for something.
dispense or allot justice, a punishment, or harsh treatment.
attach or join with or as if with a hinge.
reject with disdain or contempt.
strengthen (a place) with defensive works so as to protect it against attack
hold (someone) closely in one's arms, especially as a sign of affection.
accept and allow (behavior that is considered morally wrong or offensive) to continue.
retrieve or recover (something previously lost, given, or paid); obtain the return of.
criticize (someone or something) harshly.
explain the meaning of (information, words, or actions).
refusing to be persuaded or to change one's mind.
in the exact words : word for word
a layer of something (such as soil or rock) that is under another layer
showing a disinterested and selfless concern for the well-being of others; unselfish.
a deep-seated feeling of dislike; aversion.