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hasty

  • adjective satellite excessively quick
    headlong.
    • made a hasty exit
    • a headlong rush to sell
  • adjective satellite done with very great haste and without due deliberation
    precipitate; overhasty; precipitant; precipitous.
    • hasty marriage seldom proveth well"- Shakespeare
    • hasty makeshifts take the place of planning"- Arthur Geddes
    • rejected what was regarded as an overhasty plan for reconversion
    • wondered whether they had been rather precipitate in deposing the king

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undeceive

  • verb free from deception or illusion

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sidelong

  • adjective satellite (used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy
    askant; askance; asquint; squinty; squint; squint-eyed.
    • her eyes with their misted askance look"- Elizabeth Bowen
    • sidelong glances
  • adjective satellite situated at or extending to the side
    lateral.
    • the lateral branches of a tree
    • shot out sidelong boughs"- Tennyson

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rove

  • verb move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
    ramble; stray; cast; swan; drift; wander; tramp; range; roam; vagabond; roll.
    • The gypsies roamed the woods
    • roving vagabonds
    • the wandering Jew
    • The cattle roam across the prairie
    • the laborers drift from one town to the next
    • They rolled from town to town
  • verb pass a rope through
    reeve.
    • reeve an opening

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sideway

  • adverb with one side forward or to the front
    sideways; sidewise.
    • turned sideways to show the profile
    • crabs seeming to walk sidewise
  • adverb from the side; obliquely
    sidewise; sideways.
    • a picture lit sideways
    • scenes viewed sidewise

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thitherward

To ward that place; in that direction.
They shall ask the way to Zion, with their faces thitherward. Jer. l. 5.

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sidewards

  • adverb toward one side
    sideward.
    • turn the figure sideward

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furtively

  • adverb in a furtive manner
    on the sly.
    • the soldiers were furtively crawling through the night

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ireful

  • adjective satellite feeling or showing extreme anger
    irate.
    • irate protesters
    • ireful words

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skyward

  • adjective satellite directed toward heaven or the sky
    heavenward.
    • the soul in its heavenward flight
  • adverb toward the sky
    skywards.
    • look skywards!

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sideward

  • adverb toward one side
    sidewards.
    • turn the figure sideward

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flick

  • noun a light sharp contact (usually with something flexible)
    • he gave it a flick with his finger
    • he felt the flick of a whip
  • noun a short stroke

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cursory

  • adjective satellite hasty and without attention to detail; not thorough
    perfunctory; passing; casual.
    • a casual (or cursory) inspection failed to reveal the house's structural flaws
    • a passing glance
    • perfunctory courtesy

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skywards

  • adverb toward the sky
    skyward.
    • look skywards!

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furtive

  • adjective satellite marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed
    surreptitious; sneak; stealthy; sneaky.
    • a furtive manner
    • a sneak attack
    • stealthy footsteps
    • a surreptitious glance at his watch
  • adjective satellite secret and sly or sordid
    backstair; backstairs.
    • backstairs gossip
    • his low backstairs cunning"- A.L.Guerard
    • backstairs intimacies
    • furtive behavior

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skitter

  • verb to move about or proceed hurriedly
    scamper; scurry; scuttle.
    • so terrified by the extraordinary ebbing of the sea that they scurried to higher ground
  • verb glide easily along a surface

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quizzical

  • adjective satellite playfully vexing (especially by ridicule)
    mocking; teasing.
    • his face wore a somewhat quizzical almost impertinent air"- Lawrence Durrell
  • adjective satellite perplexed (as if being expected to know something that you do not know)
    questioning.
    • he had a quizzical expression

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stray

  • noun an animal that has strayed (especially a domestic animal)
  • verb move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
    ramble; cast; swan; drift; wander; tramp; range; rove; roam; vagabond; roll.
    • The gypsies roamed the woods
    • roving vagabonds
    • the wandering Jew
    • The cattle roam across the prairie
    • the laborers drift from one town to the next
    • They rolled from town to town

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scrutinise

  • verb to look at critically or searchingly, or in minute detail
    size up; take stock; scrutinize.
    • he scrutinized his likeness in the mirror
  • verb examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification
    audit; scrutinize; inspect.
    • audit accounts and tax returns

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yearningly

  • adverb in a yearning manner
    longingly.
    • he spent the rest of the act gazing longingly over my right shoulder at the illuminated word `Exit'

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reproachful

  • adjective satellite expressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective
    admonitory; admonishing; reproving.

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flicker

  • noun a momentary flash of light
    glint; spark.
  • noun North American woodpecker

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sidewise

  • adverb toward one side
    sideways; sideway.
    • the car slipped sideways into the ditch
    • leaning sideways
    • a figure moving sidewise in the shadows
  • adverb with one side forward or to the front
    sideways; sideway.
    • turned sideways to show the profile
    • crabs seeming to walk sidewise

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apprehensively

  • adverb with anxiety or apprehension
    uneasily; anxiously.
    • we watched anxiously

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reproving

  • adjective satellite expressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective
    admonitory; admonishing; reproachful.
  • verb take to task
    admonish; reprove.
    • He admonished the child for his bad behavior

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heavenward

  • adjective satellite directed toward heaven or the sky
    skyward.
    • the soul in its heavenward flight
  • adverb toward heaven
    heavenwardly; heavenwards.
    • he pointed heavenward

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surreptitious

  • adjective satellite marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed
    furtive; sneak; stealthy; sneaky.
    • a furtive manner
    • a sneak attack
    • stealthy footsteps
    • a surreptitious glance at his watch
  • adjective satellite conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods
    hugger-mugger; clandestine; secret; hole-and-corner; underground; cloak-and-dagger; hush-hush; undercover.
    • clandestine intelligence operations
    • cloak-and-dagger activities behind enemy lines
    • hole-and-corner intrigue
    • secret missions
    • a secret agent
    • secret sales of arms
    • surreptitious mobilization of troops
    • an undercover investigation
    • underground resistance

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incurious

  • adjective showing absence of intellectual inquisitiveness or natural curiosity
    • strangely incurious about the cause of the political upheaval surrounding them

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cursorily

  • adverb without taking pains
    quickly.
    • he looked cursorily through the magazine

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commiserate

  • verb to feel or express sympathy or compassion
    sympathize; sympathise.

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suffice

  • verb be sufficient; be adequate, either in quality or quantity
    answer; do; serve.
    • A few words would answer
    • This car suits my purpose well
    • Will $100 do?
    • A 'B' grade doesn't suffice to get me into medical school
    • Nothing else will serve

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quelling

  • noun forceful prevention; putting down by power or authority
    stifling; crushing; suppression.
    • the suppression of heresy
    • the quelling of the rebellion
    • the stifling of all dissent
  • verb suppress or crush completely
    squelch; quench; quell.
    • squelch any sign of dissent
    • quench a rebellion

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gemmy

Full of gems; bright; glittering like a gem.
The gemmy bridle glittered free. Tennyson.

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heavenwards

  • adverb toward heaven
    heavenward; heavenwardly.
    • he pointed heavenward

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rueful

  • adjective satellite feeling or expressing pain or sorrow for sins or offenses
    remorseful; contrite; ruthful.

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regretful

  • adjective feeling or expressing regret or sorrow or a sense of loss over something done or undone
    sorry; bad.
    • felt regretful over his vanished youth
    • regretful over mistakes she had made
    • he felt bad about breaking the vase

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dart

  • noun a small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot
  • noun a tapered tuck made in dressmaking

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sideways

  • adjective satellite (of movement) at an angle
    crabwise.
  • adverb with one side forward or to the front
    sidewise; sideway.
    • turned sideways to show the profile
    • crabs seeming to walk sidewise

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guiltily

  • adverb in the manner of someone who has committed an offense
    • she blushed guiltily as she spoke

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disapproving

  • adjective satellite expressing or manifesting disapproval
  • verb consider bad or wrong
    disapprove.

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baleful

  • adjective satellite deadly or sinister
    baneful.
    • the Florida eagles have a fierce baleful look
  • adjective satellite threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
    minatory; minacious; sinister; threatening; forbidding; ominous; menacing.
    • a baleful look
    • forbidding thunderclouds
    • his tone became menacing
    • ominous rumblings of discontent
    • sinister storm clouds
    • a sinister smile
    • his threatening behavior
    • ugly black clouds
    • the situation became ugly

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rove

  • verb move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
    ramble; stray; cast; swan; drift; wander; tramp; range; roam; vagabond; roll.
    • The gypsies roamed the woods
    • roving vagabonds
    • the wandering Jew
    • The cattle roam across the prairie
    • the laborers drift from one town to the next
    • They rolled from town to town
  • verb pass a rope through
    reeve.
    • reeve an opening

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appraising

  • adjective satellite exercising or involving careful evaluations
    evaluative.
    • looked him over with an appraising eye
    • the literary judge uses many evaluative terms
  • verb evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of
    evaluate; measure; value; assess; valuate; appraise.
    • I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional
    • access all the factors when taking a risk

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longingly

  • adverb in a yearning manner
    yearningly.
    • he spent the rest of the act gazing longingly over my right shoulder at the illuminated word `Exit'

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viperous

Having the qualities of a viper; malignant; venomous; as, a viperous tongue. "This viperous slander." Shak. -- Vi"per*ous*ly, adv.

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flick

  • noun a light sharp contact (usually with something flexible)
    • he gave it a flick with his finger
    • he felt the flick of a whip
  • noun a short stroke

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disdainful

  • adjective satellite expressing extreme contempt
    scornful; insulting; contemptuous.
  • adjective satellite having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy
    overbearing; haughty; swaggering; prideful; imperious; lordly; supercilious; sniffy.
    • some economists are disdainful of their colleagues in other social disciplines
    • haughty aristocrats
    • his lordly manners were offensive
    • walked with a prideful swagger
    • very sniffy about breaches of etiquette
    • his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air
    • a more swaggering mood than usual"- W.L.Shirer

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ricochet

  • noun a glancing rebound
    carom.
  • verb spring back; spring away from an impact
    spring; rebound; bound; bounce; take a hop; reverberate; recoil; resile.
    • The rubber ball bounced
    • These particles do not resile but they unite after they collide

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withering

  • noun any weakening or degeneration (especially through lack of use)
    atrophy.
  • verb wither, as with a loss of moisture
    wither; shrivel; shrink; shrivel up.
    • The fruit dried and shriveled

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harmlessly

  • adverb in a harmless manner
    • this is a harmlessly childish game

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scrutinize

  • verb to look at critically or searchingly, or in minute detail
    size up; take stock; scrutinise.
    • he scrutinized his likeness in the mirror
  • verb examine carefully for accuracy with the intent of verification
    audit; inspect; scrutinise.
    • audit accounts and tax returns

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shuttle

  • noun badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers
    shuttlecock; bird; birdie.
  • noun public transport that consists of a bus or train or airplane that plies back and forth between two points

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enviously

  • adverb with jealousy; in an envious manner
    jealously; covetously.
    • he looked at his friend's new car jealously

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brief

  • noun a document stating the facts and points of law of a client's case
    legal brief.
  • noun a condensed written summary or abstract

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waver

  • noun someone who communicates by waving
  • noun the act of pausing uncertainly
    falter; faltering; hesitation.
    • there was a hesitation in his speech

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deprecatory

  • adjective satellite tending to diminish or disparage
    belittling; deprecating; depreciatory; deprecative; depreciative; slighting.
    • belittling comments
    • managed a deprecating smile at the compliment
    • deprecatory remarks about the book
    • a slighting remark

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flit

  • noun a sudden quick movement
    dart.
  • noun a secret move (to avoid paying debts)
    • they did a moonlight flit

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roguish

  • adjective satellite playful in an appealingly bold way
    devilish; rascally.
    • a roguish grin
  • adjective satellite lacking principles or scruples
    blackguardly; scoundrelly; rascally.
    • the rascally rabble
    • the tyranny of a scoundrelly aristocracy" - W.M. Thackaray
    • the captain was set adrift by his roguish crew

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askance

  • adjective satellite (used especially of glances) directed to one side with or as if with doubt or suspicion or envy
    askant; sidelong; asquint; squinty; squint; squint-eyed.
    • her eyes with their misted askance look"- Elizabeth Bowen
    • sidelong glances
  • adverb with suspicion or disapproval
    • he looked askance at the offer

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skimmed

  • adjective satellite used of milk and milk products from which the cream has been removed
    skim.
    • yogurt made with skim milk
    • she can drink skimmed milk but should avoid butter
  • verb travel on the surface of water
    plane; skim.

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admonitory

  • adjective satellite serving to warn
    warning; exemplary; cautionary; monitory.
    • shook a monitory finger at him
    • an exemplary jail sentence
  • adjective satellite expressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective
    admonishing; reproachful; reproving.

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worriedly

  • adverb in a worried manner
    • `I wonder what to do,' she said worriedly
    • he paused worriedly before calling the bank

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accusatory

  • adjective satellite containing or expressing accusation
    accusative; accusing; accusive.
    • an accusitive forefinger
    • black accusatory looks
    • accusive shoes and telltale trousers"- O.Henry
    • his accusing glare

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fleeting

  • adjective satellite lasting for a markedly brief time
    momentaneous; fugitive; momentary.
    • a fleeting glance
    • fugitive hours
    • rapid momentaneous association of things that meet and pass
    • a momentary glimpse
  • verb move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
    flit; dart; flutter; fleet.
    • The hummingbird flitted among the branches

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pity

  • noun a feeling of sympathy and sorrow for the misfortunes of others
    commiseration; ruth; pathos.
    • the blind are too often objects of pity
  • noun an unfortunate development
    shame.
    • it's a pity he couldn't do it

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straying

  • adjective satellite unable to find your way
    • found the straying sheep
  • verb move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
    ramble; stray; cast; swan; drift; wander; tramp; range; rove; roam; vagabond; roll.
    • The gypsies roamed the woods
    • roving vagabonds
    • the wandering Jew
    • The cattle roam across the prairie
    • the laborers drift from one town to the next
    • They rolled from town to town

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wistful

  • adjective satellite showing pensive sadness
    pensive.
    • the sensitive and wistful response of a poet to the gentler phases of beauty

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rearward

  • noun direction toward the rear
    • his outfit marched to the rearward of the tank divisions
  • adjective satellite located in or toward the back or rear
    rear.
    • the chair's rear legs
    • the rear door of the plane
    • on the rearward side

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dismissive

  • adjective satellite showing indifference or disregard
    • a dismissive shrug
    • the firm is dismissive of the competitor's product
    • 'chronic fatigue syndrome' was known by the dismissive term 'housewife syndrome'
  • adjective satellite stopping to associate with
    • they took dismissive action after the third violation

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quail

  • noun flesh of quail; suitable for roasting or broiling if young; otherwise must be braised
  • noun small gallinaceous game birds

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sheepish

  • adjective satellite like or suggestive of a sheep in docility or stupidity or meekness or timidity
    sheeplike.
  • adjective satellite showing a sense of shame
    shamefaced.

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dart

  • noun a small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot
  • noun a tapered tuck made in dressmaking

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flirty

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nervously

  • adverb in an anxiously nervous manner
    • we watched the stock market nervously
  • adverb with nervous excitement
    • our bodies jumped nervously away at the slightest touch

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conspiratorial

  • adjective relating to or characteristic of conspiracy or conspirators
    conspirative.
    • a conspiratorial whisper
    • the discovery of possible conspirative codes

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surreptitiously

  • adverb in a surreptitious manner
    sneakily.
    • he was watching her surreptitiously as she waited in the hotel lobby

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scornful

  • adjective satellite expressing extreme contempt
    disdainful; insulting; contemptuous.

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astern

  • adverb stern foremost or backward
    • the steamer went astern at half speed
  • adverb at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane
    aft; abaft.
    • stow the luggage aft
    • ships with square sails sail fairly efficiently with the wind abaft
    • the captain looked astern to see what the fuss was about

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stealthy

  • adjective satellite marked by quiet and caution and secrecy; taking pains to avoid being observed
    furtive; surreptitious; sneak; sneaky.
    • a furtive manner
    • a sneak attack
    • stealthy footsteps
    • a surreptitious glance at his watch

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rake

  • noun a dissolute man in fashionable society
    rip; rakehell; blood; roue; profligate.
  • noun degree of deviation from a horizontal plane
    slant; pitch.
    • the roof had a steep pitch

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mere

  • noun a small pond of standing water
  • adjective satellite being nothing more than specified
    • a mere child

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parti

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supplicate

  • verb ask humbly (for something)
    • He supplicated the King for clemency
  • verb make a humble, earnest petition
    • supplicate for permission

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wander

  • verb move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
    ramble; stray; cast; swan; drift; tramp; range; rove; roam; vagabond; roll.
    • The gypsies roamed the woods
    • roving vagabonds
    • the wandering Jew
    • The cattle roam across the prairie
    • the laborers drift from one town to the next
    • They rolled from town to town
  • verb be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage
    cheat; cuckold; cheat on; betray.
    • She cheats on her husband
    • Might her husband be wandering?

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disbelieving

  • adjective satellite denying or questioning the tenets of especially a religion
    skeptical; unbelieving; sceptical.
    • a skeptical approach to the nature of miracles
  • verb reject as false; refuse to accept
    disbelieve; discredit.

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overside

  • adverb over the side of a boat
    • Willie eased himself overside into the sea

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brighten

  • verb make lighter or brighter
    lighten; lighten up.
    • The paint will brighten the room
  • verb become clear
    clear up; clear; light up.
    • The sky cleared after the storm

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inquiringly

  • adverb in an inquiring manner
    enquiringly.
    • Tom Swift looked at his cabin mates inquiringly

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petrifying

  • adjective satellite paralyzing with terror
  • verb cause to become stonelike or stiff or dazed and stunned
    petrify.
    • The horror petrified his feelings
    • Fear petrified her thinking

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questioningly

  • adverb in a curious and questioning manner
    wonderingly.
    • they turned their heads questioningly, as if awaiting further instructions
  • adverb in a quizzical and questioning manner
    quizzically.
    • they looked quizzically at the doctor

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supercilious

  • adjective satellite having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy
    overbearing; haughty; swaggering; prideful; imperious; lordly; disdainful; sniffy.
    • some economists are disdainful of their colleagues in other social disciplines
    • haughty aristocrats
    • his lordly manners were offensive
    • walked with a prideful swagger
    • very sniffy about breaches of etiquette
    • his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air
    • a more swaggering mood than usual"- W.L.Shirer
  • adjective satellite expressive of contempt
    sneering; snide.
    • curled his lip in a supercilious smile
    • spoke in a sneering jeering manner
    • makes many a sharp comparison but never a mean or snide one

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o'er

  • adverb throughout a period of time
    over.
    • stay over the weekend

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scathing

  • adjective satellite marked by harshly abusive criticism
    vituperative.
    • his scathing remarks about silly lady novelists
    • her vituperative railing

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swivel

  • noun a coupling (as in a chain) that has one end that turns on a headed pin
  • verb turn on a pivot
    pivot.

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fleeting

  • adjective satellite lasting for a markedly brief time
    momentaneous; fugitive; momentary.
    • a fleeting glance
    • fugitive hours
    • rapid momentaneous association of things that meet and pass
    • a momentary glimpse
  • verb move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart
    flit; dart; flutter; fleet.
    • The hummingbird flitted among the branches

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unflinching

  • adjective satellite not shrinking from danger
    unintimidated; unblinking; unshrinking.

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enquire

  • verb inquire about
    ask; inquire.
    • I asked about their special today
    • He had to ask directions several times
  • verb conduct an inquiry or investigation of
    inquire; investigate.
    • The district attorney's office investigated reports of possible irregularities
    • inquire into the disappearance of the rich old lady

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linger

  • verb remain present although waning or gradually dying
    • Her perfume lingered on
  • verb be about
    loaf; footle; mess about; lallygag; lollygag; lurk; tarry; mill about; hang around; lounge; loiter; mill around.
    • The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square
    • Who is this man that is hanging around the department?

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imploring

  • adjective begging
    beseeching; pleading.
  • verb call upon in supplication; entreat
    pray; implore; beg.
    • I beg you to stop!

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slide

  • noun a small flat rectangular piece of glass on which specimens can be mounted for microscopic study
    microscope slide.
  • noun (geology) the descent of a large mass of earth or rocks or snow etc.

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beseeching

  • adjective begging
    imploring; pleading.
  • verb ask for or request earnestly
    beseech; bid; entreat; press; adjure; conjure.
    • The prophet bid all people to become good persons

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disdainfully

  • adverb in a proud and domineering manner
    cavalierly.
    • he treated his staff cavalierly
  • adverb without respect; in a disdainful manner
    contemptuously; contumeliously; scornfully.
    • she spoke of him contemptuously

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sly

  • adjective satellite marked by skill in deception
    tricky; wily; knavish; slick; foxy; guileful; tricksy; dodgy; crafty; cunning.
    • cunning men often pass for wise
    • deep political machinations
    • a foxy scheme
    • a slick evasive answer
    • sly as a fox
    • tricky Dick
    • a wily old attorney

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earthward

Toward the earth; -- opposed to heavenward or skyward.

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apologetic

  • adjective offering or expressing apology
    excusatory.
    • an apologetic note
    • an apologetic manner

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suffice

  • verb be sufficient; be adequate, either in quality or quantity
    answer; do; serve.
    • A few words would answer
    • This car suits my purpose well
    • Will $100 do?
    • A 'B' grade doesn't suffice to get me into medical school
    • Nothing else will serve

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steely

  • adjective satellite resembling steel as in hardness
    • steely eyes
    • steely nerves like those of a steeplejack
  • adjective satellite resembling steel in hardness

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roam

  • verb move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
    ramble; stray; cast; swan; drift; wander; tramp; range; rove; vagabond; roll.
    • The gypsies roamed the woods
    • roving vagabonds
    • the wandering Jew
    • The cattle roam across the prairie
    • the laborers drift from one town to the next
    • They rolled from town to town

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basilisk

  • noun (classical mythology) a serpent (or lizard or dragon) able to kill with its breath or glance
  • noun ancient brass cannon

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superciliously

  • adverb with a sneer; in an uncomplimentary sneering manner
    sneeringly; snidely.
    • `I don't believe in these customs,' he said sneeringly

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fulminate

  • noun a salt or ester of fulminic acid
  • verb criticize severely
    rail.
    • He fulminated against the Republicans' plan to cut Medicare
    • She railed against the bad social policies

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radiantly

  • adverb in a radiant manner
    • the bride smiled radiantly

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agonised

  • adjective satellite expressing pain or agony
    agonized.
    • agonized screams
  • verb cause to agonize
    agonize; agonise.

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shifty

  • adjective satellite characterized by insincerity or deceit; evasive
    devious.
    • a devious character
    • shifty eyes
  • adjective satellite changing position or direction
    shifting.
    • he drifted into the shifting crowd
    • their nervous shifting glances
    • shifty winds

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adown

From a higher to a lower situation; downward; down, to or on the ground. Archaic "Thrice did she sink adown." Spenser.

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inquiring

  • noun a request for information
    questioning.
  • verb inquire about
    ask; inquire; enquire.
    • I asked about their special today
    • He had to ask directions several times

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backward

  • adjective directed or facing toward the back or rear
    • a backward view
  • adjective (used of temperament or behavior) marked by a retiring nature
    • a backward lover

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wry

  • adjective satellite humorously sarcastic or mocking
    dry; ironic; ironical.
    • dry humor
    • an ironic remark often conveys an intended meaning obliquely
    • an ironic novel
    • an ironical smile
    • with a wry Scottish wit
  • adjective satellite bent to one side
    • a wry neck

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Collocation words for "glance" are words related to "glance" by occurring either before (prefix words) or after "glance" (suffix words) in common language usage across multiple media. The words assembled above can be filtered by parts of speech (i.e) nouns, verbs, describing adjectives and adverbs, or by their positive or negative vibes, frequency in usage, whether they are prefix words or suffix words for "glance" or by the count of syllables each word has.