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|verb to cause (a train, streetcar, etc.) to run off the rails of a track. to cause to fail or become deflected from a purpose; reduce or delay the chances for success or development of
|noun 1. a subtle difference or distinction in expression, meaning, response, etc.
|verb 1. to find out or learn with certainty
|adjective 1. not pertaining to or connected with religion 2. going on from age to age; continuing through long ages.
|verb 1. to prevent from happening or taking place 2. to seize upon to the exclusion of others : take for oneself 3. to take the place of because of priorities, reconsideration, rescheduling, etc.; supplant
|adjective 1. Having the freedom to act independently having autonomy; not subject to control from outside; independent
|verb 1. to infuse slowly or gradually into the mind or feelings.
|adjective 1. unpleasant in taste or smell 2. unappealing or disagreeable, as a pursuit 3. socially or morally objectionable or offensive
|Transitive verb 1. to wish for earnestly 2. to desire wrongfully, inordinately, or without due regard for the rights of others
|Noun a very great or indefinitely great number of persons or things. adjective of an indefinitely great number; innumerable having innumerable phases, aspects, variations, etc.
|Transitive verb 1. to free from allegation or blame 2. to get revenge for; avenge. 3. to uphold or justify by argument or evidence
|noun 1. the state of being annoyed, irritated, or distressed; annoyance 2. a cause of annoyance; nuisance
|adverb 1. in a secret or unauthorized way; stealthily
|adjective 1. absolutely necessary or required
|noun 1. an examination of a dead body to determine the cause of death. adjective 2. of, relating to, or occurring in the time following death. 3. of or relating to examination of the body after death. 4. occurring after the end of something; after the event adverb after death
|adjective, adverb 1. first in place, order, rank, etc. 2. first in a series or progression
|verb 1. to establish by proof or competent evidence
|verb 1. to extract the essence of
|adjective 1. thoroughly proficient
|transitive verb 1. to rid of mystery or obscurity; clarify:
|adverb 1. in a way based on theoretical deduction rather than empirical observation.
|adjective having mixed feelings about someone or something; being unable to choose between two (usually opposing) courses of action.
|verb 1. To originate in or be caused by.
|adjective 1. a mean, evil, or unprincipled person
|openly acknowledged or declared
|adjective 1. lacking in natural or spontaneous quality 2. affected or produced by effort; not natural or spontaneous; forced.
|noun 1. the state of being alone or kept apart from others
|verb 1. the making of false statements that damage another's reputation
|noun the state or quality of being serious and dignified. Often solemnities. a solemn observance, ceremonial proceeding, or special formality:
|adjective 1. not having any serious purpose or value. 2. lacking in seriousness or maturity
|verb 1. to demand or request the presence or service of
|verb 1. ask for information from someone. 2. to make investigation (usually followed by into):
|noun 1. a warning or caution
|noun 1. a limitation or restriction.
|for fear that —often used after an expression denoting fear or apprehension
|adjective 1. having a liking or affection for (usually followed by of) 2. loving; affectionate 3. excessively tender or overindulgent; doting 4. cherished with strong or unreasoning feeling
|verb to reject or renounce under oath to deny vehemently or under oath. to swear falsely; commit perjury.
|adjective having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy
|unwilling and hesitant
|adjective of the greatest or highest degree or quantity
|verb 1. to succeed in doing or achieving something difficult
|noun an excessively favorable opinion of one's own ability, importance, wit, etc.
|adjective having or showing an unkindly or unpleasant disposition.
|to consider or have the opinion that something is as stated
|noun 1. anticipation of adversity or misfortune; suspicion or fear of future trouble or evil. 2. the act of arresting; seizure 3. the faculty or act of apprehending or understanding; perception on a direct and immediate level. 4. acceptance of or receptivity to information without passing judgment on its validity, often without complete comprehension.
|without interruption; constantly.
|verb 1. to analyze (something, as a speech or behavior) to discover its implications or uncover a deeper meaning
|noun deep sadness especially for the loss of someone or something loved
|verb to interest oneself in what is not one's concern
|noun deep and painful regret for wrongdoing
|verb 1. use (something) to maximum advantage. noun 1. strategic advantage
|a stupid or careless mistake.
|showing or suffering from nervousness, fear, or a lack of confidence.
|verb to humiliate or shame, as by injury to one's pride or self-respect. to subjugate (the body, passions, etc.) by abstinence, ascetic discipline, or self-inflicted suffering.
|verb throw or cast away
|verb to criticize (someone) severely or angrily especially for personal failings noun a cause of shame
|adjective having, using, or showing good sense or sound judgment
|noun an angry argument or disagreement, typically between people who are usually on good terms.
|noun A general rule intended to regulate behavior or thought.
|verb to attach as an attribute, condition, or consequence.
|adjective being more than is sufficient or required; excessive. unnecessary or needless.
|adjective showing great care and perseverance.
|noun a rescue from financial distress verb To leave or abandon something.
|phrasal verb to make an empty space in (something)
|phrasal verb 1. to add more details or information to something
|noun a long angry speech or scolding
|noun fully committed to achieving a goal
|noun insincere or excessive praise
|verb To regard with great respect; revere.
|noun a grammatical mistake in speech or writing.
|noun deception by pretending to entertain one set of intentions while acting under the influence of another
|verb to assign to a later time
|adjective hard to please
|noun something of little importance
|verb to cause delay, interruption, or difficulty in
|noun an effect that results from a problem spreading
|adjective feeling or showing love and affection
|adjective liable to sudden unpredictable change
|verb to prevent the participation, consideration, or inclusion of
|verb to become spread throughout all parts of
|verb to grow less in scope or intensity especially gradually
|noun the action of spending funds.
|adjective widely known
|noun an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action
|to represent as similar: compare
|noun an agent, usually a drug or food, that arouses or is held to arouse sexual desire
|noun 1. capable of being done, effected, or accomplished 2. probable; likely
|phrasal verb to deal in a satisfactory or successful way with a problem or situation
|noun an affliction
|noun. Pathology the loss of a previously held ability to speak or understand spoken or written language, due to disease or injury of the brain.
|noun 1. a period or state of little or no growth or decline verb 2. to stop increasing or progressing
|verb to take the place or position of; supplant.
|noun a commonsense rule (or set of rules) intended to increase the probability of solving some problem
|noun infringement or violation of a law, command, or duty
|to admit that you have done something wrong
|adjective of an argument or statement, not seeming reasonable or probable; failing to convince.
|noun strong muscular or physical effort.
|verb to approve openly
|verb to make more acute or effective; improve
|verb to use one's authority to reject or cancel a decision, view, etc.