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infelt

Felt inwardly; heartfelt. R.
The baron stood afar off, or knelt in submissive, acknowledged, infelt inferiority. Milman.

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bedfellow

  • noun a temporary associate
    • politics makes strange bedfellows
  • noun a person with whom you share a bed

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statist

A statesman; a politician; one skilled in government. Obs.
Statists indeed, And lovers of their country. Milton.

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infamy

  • noun a state of extreme dishonor
    opprobrium.
    • a date which will live in infamy"- F.D.Roosevelt
    • the name was a by-word of scorn and opprobrium throughout the city
  • noun evil fame or public reputation

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espial

  • noun the act of detecting something; catching sight of something
    detection; spying; catching; spotting.

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execrate

  • verb find repugnant
    abominate; abhor; loathe.
    • I loathe that man
    • She abhors cats
  • verb curse or declare to be evil or anathema or threaten with divine punishment
    accurse; anathematise; anathemise; comminate; anathemize; anathematize.

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noxiously

  • adverb in a detrimental manner
    harmfully; detrimentally.

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superabundant

  • adjective satellite most excessively abundant

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foreknow

  • verb realize beforehand
    anticipate; foresee; previse.

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apodictically

So as to be evident beyond contradiction.

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draggled

  • adjective satellite limp and soiled as if dragged in the mud
    bedraggled.
    • the beggar's bedraggled clothes
    • scarecrows in battered hats or draggled skirts
  • verb make wet and dirty, as from rain
    bedraggle; draggle.

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intercede

  • verb act between parties with a view to reconciling differences
    mediate; intermediate; liaise; arbitrate.
    • He interceded in the family dispute
    • He mediated a settlement

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bungler

  • noun someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
    bumbler; sad sack; fumbler; blunderer; butcher; stumbler; botcher; fuckup.

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baptize

  • verb administer baptism to
    christen; baptise.
    • The parents had the child baptized

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bungler

  • noun someone who makes mistakes because of incompetence
    bumbler; sad sack; fumbler; blunderer; butcher; stumbler; botcher; fuckup.

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baptise

  • verb administer baptism to
    christen; baptize.
    • The parents had the child baptized

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heartening

  • adjective satellite cheerfully encouraging
    inspiriting.
  • verb give encouragement to
    embolden; cheer; recreate; hearten.

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bleak

  • adjective satellite offering little or no hope
    dim; black.
    • the future looked black
    • prospects were bleak
    • Life in the Aran Islands has always been bleak and difficult"- J.M.Synge
    • took a dim view of things
  • adjective satellite providing no shelter or sustenance
    barren; desolate; bare; stark.
    • bare rocky hills
    • barren lands
    • the bleak treeless regions of the high Andes
    • the desolate surface of the moon
    • a stark landscape

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cloy

  • verb supply or feed to surfeit
    surfeit.
  • verb cause surfeit through excess though initially pleasing
    pall.
    • Too much spicy food cloyed his appetite

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ishmaelite

A descendant of Ishmael (the son of Abraham and Hagar), of whom it was said, "His hand will be against every man, and every man's hand against him." Gen. xvi. 12.

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delate

To carry; to convey.
Try exactly the time wherein sound is delated. Bacon.

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pitiable

  • adjective satellite inspiring mixed contempt and pity
    pitiful; pathetic.
    • their efforts were pathetic
    • pitiable lack of character
    • pitiful exhibition of cowardice
  • adjective satellite deserving or inciting pity
    poor; wretched; pathetic; piteous; misfortunate; miserable; pitiful; hapless.
    • a hapless victim
    • miserable victims of war
    • the shabby room struck her as extraordinarily pathetic"- Galsworthy
    • piteous appeals for help
    • pitiable homeless children
    • a pitiful fate
    • Oh, you poor thing
    • his poor distorted limbs
    • a wretched life

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tautological

  • adjective satellite repetition of same sense in different words
    pleonastic; redundant; tautologic.
    • `a true fact' and `a free gift' are pleonastic expressions
    • the phrase `a beginner who has just started' is tautological
    • at the risk of being redundant I return to my original proposition"- J.B.Conant

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irreconcilable

  • adjective impossible to reconcile
    unreconcilable.
    • irreconcilable differences

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churlish

  • adjective satellite rude and boorish
  • adjective satellite having a bad disposition; surly
    • churlish as a bear"- Shakespeare

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foreshow

  • verb foretell by divine inspiration

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foolhardy

  • adjective satellite marked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences
    rash; heady; reckless.
    • foolhardy enough to try to seize the gun from the hijacker
    • became the fiercest and most reckless of partisans"-Macaulay
    • a reckless driver
    • a rash attempt to climb Mount Everest

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suffuse

  • verb cause to spread or flush or flood through, over, or across
    perfuse.
    • The sky was suffused with a warm pink color
  • verb to become overspread as with a fluid, a colour, a gleam of light
    • His whole frame suffused with a cold dew

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blinker

  • noun a light that flashes on and off; used as a signal or to send messages
    flasher.
  • noun a blinking light on a motor vehicle that indicates the direction in which the vehicle is about to turn
    trafficator; turn indicator; turn signal.

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incommensurable

  • adjective satellite impossible to measure or compare in value or size or excellence
  • adjective satellite not having a common factor

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pickings

  • noun the act of someone who picks up or takes something
    taking.
    • the pickings were easy
    • clothing could be had for the taking
  • noun the quantity of a crop that is harvested
    picking; pick.
    • he sent the first picking of berries to the market
    • it was the biggest peach pick in years

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regrettable

  • adjective satellite deserving regret
    too bad.
    • regrettable remarks
    • it's regrettable that she didn't go to college
    • it's too bad he had no feeling himself for church

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parlous

  • adjective satellite fraught with danger
    touch-and-go; precarious; perilous.
    • dangerous waters
    • a parlous journey on stormy seas
    • a perilous voyage across the Atlantic in a small boat
    • the precarious life of an undersea diver
    • dangerous surgery followed by a touch-and-go recovery

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arguable

  • adjective satellite capable of being supported by argument
  • adjective satellite open to argument or debate
    disputable; moot; debatable.
    • that is a moot question

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cenotaph

  • noun a monument built to honor people whose remains are interred elsewhere or whose remains cannot be recovered
    empty tomb.

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inveterate

  • adjective satellite habitual
    chronic.
    • a chronic smoker
  • adverb in a habitual and longstanding manner
    chronically.
    • smoking chronically

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amaze

  • verb affect with wonder
    astonish; astound.
    • Your ability to speak six languages amazes me!
  • verb be a mystery or bewildering to
    mystify; perplex; bewilder; get; beat; puzzle; pose; vex; baffle; flummox; stick; stupefy; gravel; nonplus; dumbfound.
    • This beats me!
    • Got me--I don't know the answer!
    • a vexing problem
    • This question really stuck me

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tautologous

Repeating the same thing in different words; tautological. R. Tooke.

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churl

  • noun a crude uncouth ill-bred person lacking culture or refinement
    Goth; boor; tyke; barbarian; peasant; tike.
  • noun a selfish person who is unwilling to give or spend
    niggard; skinflint; scrooge.

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unprovable

  • adjective satellite not provable
    • it was both unproved and unprovable

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prefigure

  • verb imagine or consider beforehand
    • It wasn't as bad as I had prefigured
  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; auspicate; bode; betoken; portend; foreshadow; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

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daunting

  • adjective satellite discouraging through fear
    intimidating.
  • verb cause to lose courage
    scare away; scare off; frighten off; dash; pall; daunt; scare; frighten away.
    • dashed by the refusal

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prescient

  • adjective satellite perceiving the significance of events before they occur
    • extraordinarily prescient memoranda on the probable course of postwar relations"-R.H.Rovere

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slim

  • verb take off weight
    melt off; slenderize; reduce; slim down; lose weight; thin.
  • adjective satellite being of delicate or slender build
    svelte; slender; slight.
    • she was slender as a willow shoot is slender"- Frank Norris
    • a slim girl with straight blonde hair
    • watched her slight figure cross the street

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incarnate

  • verb make concrete and real
  • verb represent in bodily form
    embody; substantiate; body forth.
    • He embodies all that is evil wrong with the system
    • The painting substantiates the feelings of the artist

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lavish

  • verb expend profusely; also used with abstract nouns
    shower.
    • He was showered with praise
  • adjective satellite very generous
    overgenerous; unstinting; unstinted; munificent; too-generous; unsparing.
    • distributed gifts with a lavish hand
    • the critics were lavish in their praise
    • a munificent gift
    • his father gave him a half-dollar and his mother a quarter and he thought them munificent
    • prodigal praise
    • unsparing generosity
    • his unstinted devotion
    • called for unstinting aid to Britain

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outperform

  • verb be or do something to a greater degree
    exceed; surpass; outgo; outstrip; outmatch; surmount; outdo.
    • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know
    • She outdoes all other athletes
    • This exceeds all my expectations
    • This car outperforms all others in its class

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fortunate

  • adjective having unexpected good fortune
    • other, less fortunate, children died
    • a fortunate choice
  • adjective satellite supremely favored
    golden.
    • golden lads and girls all must / like chimney sweepers come to dust

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excusably

  • adverb in an excusable manner or to an excusable degree
    forgivably; pardonably.
    • he was excusably late

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collude

  • verb act in unison or agreement and in secret towards a deceitful or illegal purpose
    conspire.
    • The two companies conspired to cause the value of the stock to fall

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pyrrhic

  • noun a metrical unit with unstressed-unstressed syllables
    dibrach.
  • noun an ancient Greek dance imitating the motions of warfare

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praiseworthy

  • adjective satellite worthy of high praise
    commendable; applaudable; laudable.
    • applaudable efforts to save the environment
    • a commendable sense of purpose
    • laudable motives of improving housing conditions
    • a significant and praiseworthy increase in computer intelligence

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simulacrum

  • noun an insubstantial or vague semblance
  • noun a representation of a person (especially in the form of sculpture)
    effigy; image.
    • the coin bears an effigy of Lincoln
    • the emperor's tomb had his image carved in stone

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perjure

  • verb knowingly tell an untruth in a legal court and render oneself guilty of perjury

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tenuous

  • adjective satellite having thin consistency
    • a tenuous fluid
  • adjective satellite very thin in gauge or diameter
    • a tenuous thread

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briefness

  • noun the temporal property of being very short
  • noun the attribute of being brief or fleeting
    transience; brevity.

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sadden

  • verb make unhappy
    • The news of her death saddened me
  • verb come to feel sad

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sobering

  • adjective satellite tending to make sober or more serious
    • the news had a sobering effect
  • verb cause to become sober
    sober.
    • A sobering thought

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stupefy

  • verb make dull or stupid or muddle with drunkenness or infatuation
    besot.
  • verb be a mystery or bewildering to
    mystify; perplex; bewilder; get; beat; puzzle; pose; amaze; vex; baffle; flummox; stick; gravel; nonplus; dumbfound.
    • This beats me!
    • Got me--I don't know the answer!
    • a vexing problem
    • This question really stuck me

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creditably

  • adverb to a tolerably worthy extent
    respectably.
    • he did respectably well for his age

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irreducible

  • adjective incapable of being made smaller or simpler
    • an irreducible minimum
    • an irreducible formula
    • an irreducible hernia

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discomposed

  • adjective having your composure disturbed
    • looked about with a wandering and discomposed air
  • verb cause to lose one's composure
    untune; discompose; upset; disconcert; discomfit.

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commendable

  • adjective satellite worthy of high praise
    applaudable; praiseworthy; laudable.
    • applaudable efforts to save the environment
    • a commendable sense of purpose
    • laudable motives of improving housing conditions
    • a significant and praiseworthy increase in computer intelligence
  • adverb in an admirable manner
    admirably; laudably; praiseworthily.
    • the children's responses were admirably normal

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outperform

  • verb be or do something to a greater degree
    exceed; surpass; outgo; outstrip; outmatch; surmount; outdo.
    • her performance surpasses that of any other student I know
    • She outdoes all other athletes
    • This exceeds all my expectations
    • This car outperforms all others in its class

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farfetched

  • adjective satellite highly imaginative but unlikely
    implausible.
    • a farfetched excuse
    • an implausible explanation

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falsifiable

  • adjective satellite capable of being tested (verified or falsified) by experiment or observation
    confirmable; verifiable.

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ouzel

  • noun common black European thrush
    Turdus merula; merle; merl; ousel; European blackbird; blackbird.

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worrisome

  • adjective not reassuring; tending to cause anxiety
    unreassuring.
  • adjective satellite causing distress or worry or anxiety
    distressing; distressful; perturbing; troubling; disturbing; worrying.
    • distressing (or disturbing) news
    • lived in heroic if something distressful isolation
    • a disturbing amount of crime
    • a revelation that was most perturbing
    • a new and troubling thought
    • in a particularly worrisome predicament
    • a worrying situation
    • a worrying time

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puny

  • adjective satellite inferior in strength or significance
    • a puny physique
    • puny excuses
  • adjective satellite (used especially of persons) of inferior size
    shrimpy; runty.

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monophyletic

(Biol.) Of or pertaining to a single family or stock, or to development from a single common parent form; -- opposed to polyphyletic; as, monophyletic origin.

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disallow

  • verb command against
    prohibit; forbid; proscribe; veto; nix; interdict.
    • I forbid you to call me late at night
    • Mother vetoed the trip to the chocolate store
    • Dad nixed our plans

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superstitiously

  • adverb in a superstitious manner
    • superstitiously he refused to travel on Friday the 13th

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meager

  • adjective deficient in amount or quality or extent
    stingy; scrimpy; meagerly; meagre.
    • meager resources
    • meager fare

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mighty

  • adjective satellite having or showing great strength or force or intensity
    • struck a mighty blow
    • the mighty logger Paul Bunyan
    • the pen is mightier than the sword"- Bulwer-Lytton
  • adverb (Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree
    powerful; right; mightily.
    • the baby is mighty cute
    • he's mighty tired
    • it is powerful humid
    • that boy is powerful big now
    • they have a right nice place
    • they rejoiced mightily

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dullard

  • noun a person who is not very bright
    pillock; pudding head; poor fish; stupe; stupid; pudden-head; stupid person; dolt.
    • The economy, stupid!
  • noun a person who evokes boredom
    bore.

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ironical

  • adjective satellite characterized by often poignant difference or incongruity between what is expected and what actually is
    ironic.
    • madness, an ironic fate for such a clear thinker
    • it was ironical that the well-planned scheme failed so completely
  • adjective satellite humorously sarcastic or mocking
    dry; ironic; wry.
    • dry humor
    • an ironic remark often conveys an intended meaning obliquely
    • an ironic novel
    • an ironical smile
    • with a wry Scottish wit

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shortsighted

  • adjective satellite lacking foresight or scope
    unforesightful; short; myopic.
    • a short view of the problem
    • shortsighted policies
    • shortsighted critics derided the plan
    • myopic thinking
  • adjective unable to see distant objects clearly
    nearsighted; myopic.

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pry

  • noun a heavy iron lever with one end forged into a wedge
    pry bar; wrecking bar; crowbar.
  • verb to move or force, especially in an effort to get something open
    lever; prise; jimmy; prize.
    • The burglar jimmied the lock": "Raccoons managed to pry the lid off the garbage pail

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meagre

  • adjective deficient in amount or quality or extent
    stingy; scrimpy; meager; meagerly.
    • meager resources
    • meager fare

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ironic

  • adjective satellite humorously sarcastic or mocking
    dry; ironical; wry.
    • dry humor
    • an ironic remark often conveys an intended meaning obliquely
    • an ironic novel
    • an ironical smile
    • with a wry Scottish wit
  • adjective satellite characterized by often poignant difference or incongruity between what is expected and what actually is
    ironical.
    • madness, an ironic fate for such a clear thinker
    • it was ironical that the well-planned scheme failed so completely

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may

  • noun thorny Eurasian shrub of small tree having dense clusters of white to scarlet flowers followed by deep red berries; established as an escape in eastern North America
    English hawthorn; Crataegus oxycantha; whitethorn; Crataegus laevigata.
  • noun the month following April and preceding June

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ingrate

  • noun a person who shows no gratitude
    ungrateful person; thankless wretch.

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unnameable

  • adjective satellite too sacred to be uttered
    ineffable; unutterable; unspeakable.
    • the ineffable name of the Deity

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simpleton

  • noun a person lacking intelligence or common sense
    simple.

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laudable

  • adjective satellite worthy of high praise
    commendable; applaudable; praiseworthy.
    • applaudable efforts to save the environment
    • a commendable sense of purpose
    • laudable motives of improving housing conditions
    • a significant and praiseworthy increase in computer intelligence

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whenas

Whereas; while Obs.
Whenas, if they would inquire into themselves, they would find no such matter. Barrow.

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trove

  • noun treasure of unknown ownership found hidden (usually in the earth)
    treasure trove.

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applaud

  • verb clap one's hands or shout after performances to indicate approval
    acclaim; spat; clap.
  • verb express approval of
    • I applaud your efforts

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foreshadow

  • verb indicate by signs
    omen; prefigure; auspicate; bode; betoken; portend; predict; foretell; augur; prognosticate; forecast; presage.
    • These signs bode bad news

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ungrateful

  • adjective not feeling or showing gratitude
    thankless; unthankful.
    • ungrateful heirs
    • How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is / To have a thankless child!"- Shakespeare
  • adjective satellite disagreeable
    • I will not perform the ungrateful task of comparing cases of failure"- Abraham Lincoln

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surprise

  • noun the astonishment you feel when something totally unexpected happens to you
  • noun a sudden unexpected event

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unobservant

  • adjective satellite not consciously observing
    unseeing.
    • looked through him with blank unseeing eyes

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unanswerable

  • adjective satellite impossible to answer
    • an unanswerable argument

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accurst

  • adjective satellite under a curse
    maledict; accursed.

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heartrending

  • adjective satellite causing or marked by grief or anguish
    heartbreaking; grievous.
    • a grievous loss
    • a grievous cry
    • her sigh was heartbreaking
    • the heartrending words of Rabin's granddaughter

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rarity

  • noun noteworthy scarcity
    rareness; infrequency.
  • noun a rarified quality
    low density; tenuity.
    • the tenuity of the upper atmosphere

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deplorable

  • adjective satellite bad; unfortunate
    distressing; sad; pitiful; lamentable; sorry.
    • my finances were in a deplorable state
    • a lamentable decision
    • her clothes were in sad shape
    • a sorry state of affairs
  • adjective satellite of very poor quality or condition
    miserable; execrable; woeful; wretched.
    • deplorable housing conditions in the inner city
    • woeful treatment of the accused
    • woeful errors of judgment

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blest

  • adjective highly favored or fortunate (as e.g. by divine grace)
    blessed.
    • our blessed land
    • the blessed assurance of a steady income
  • verb give a benediction to
    bless.
    • The dying man blessed his son

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transgress

  • verb act in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises
    go against; infract; violate; break; offend; breach.
    • offend all laws of humanity
    • violate the basic laws or human civilization
    • break a law
    • break a promise
  • verb spread over land, especially along a subsiding shoreline
    • The sea transgresses along the West coast of the island

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sledding

  • noun the sport of riding on a sled or sleigh
  • noun advancing toward a goal
    going.
    • persuading him was easy going
    • the proposal faces tough sledding

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predate

  • verb be earlier in time; go back further
    antecede; forego; forgo; antedate; precede.
    • Stone tools precede bronze tools
  • verb come before
    precede.
    • Most English adjectives precede the noun they modify

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plagiarized

  • adjective satellite copied and passed off as your own
    plagiaristic; plagiarised.
    • used plagiarized data in his thesis
    • a work dotted with plagiarized phrases
  • verb take without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property
    plagiarize; lift; plagiarise.

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presuppose

  • verb take for granted or as a given; suppose beforehand
    suppose.
    • I presuppose that you have done your work
  • verb require as a necessary antecedent or precondition
    suppose.
    • This step presupposes two prior ones

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lucky

  • adjective satellite occurring by chance
    • a lucky escape
    • a lucky guess
  • adjective having or bringing good fortune
    • my lucky day
    • a lucky man

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christianly

  • adjective satellite becoming to or like a Christian
    • gentle christianly behavior

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blurry

  • adjective satellite indistinct or hazy in outline
    muzzy; hazy; blurred; fuzzy; foggy; bleary.
    • a landscape of blurred outlines
    • the trees were just blurry shapes

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