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woundless

Free from wound or hurt; exempt from being wounded; invulnerable. "Knights whose woundless armor rusts." Spenser.
[Slander] may miss our name, And hit the woundless air. Shak.

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diminishing

  • adjective satellite becoming smaller or less or appearing to do so
    • diminishing returns
    • his diminishing respect for her
  • verb decrease in size, extent, or range
    diminish; fall; decrease; lessen.
    • The amount of homework decreased towards the end of the semester
    • The cabin pressure fell dramatically
    • her weight fell to under a hundred pounds
    • his voice fell to a whisper

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erring

  • adjective satellite capable of making an error
    error-prone.
    • all men are error-prone
  • verb to make a mistake or be incorrect
    slip; err; mistake.

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heavenly

  • adjective relating to or inhabiting a divine heaven
    celestial.
    • celestial beings
    • heavenly hosts
  • adjective of or relating to the sky
    celestial.
    • celestial map
    • a heavenly body

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antique

  • noun an elderly man
    old geezer; old-timer; gaffer; oldtimer.
  • noun any piece of furniture or decorative object or the like produced in a former period and valuable because of its beauty or rarity

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sempiternal

  • adjective satellite having no known beginning and presumably no end
    endless; dateless.
    • the dateless rise and fall of the tides
    • time is endless
    • sempiternal truth

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titular

  • adjective of or relating to a legal title to something
    titulary.
    • titulary rights
  • adjective of or bearing a title signifying status or function
    • of titular rank

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eye

  • noun the organ of sight
    optic; oculus.
  • noun good discernment (either visually or as if visually)
    • she has an eye for fresh talent
    • he has an artist's eye

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transmundane

  • adjective satellite existing or extending beyond the physical world
    • whatever of transmundane...insight...we may carry"- William James

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unfamiliar

  • adjective not known or well known
    • a name unfamiliar to most
    • be alert at night especially in unfamiliar surroundings

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unworthy

  • adjective lacking in value or merit
    • dispel a student whose conduct is deemed unworthy
    • unworthy of forgiveness
  • adjective satellite not deserving
    undeserving.
    • the undeserving poor

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liven

  • verb make lively
    enliven; animate; liven up; invigorate.
    • let's liven up this room a bit

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poleax

  • noun an ax used to slaughter cattle; has a hammer opposite the blade
    poleaxe.
  • noun a battle ax used in the Middle Ages; a long handled ax and a pick
    poleaxe.

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pacificist

  • noun someone opposed to violence as a means of settling disputes
    disarmer; pacifist.

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q.t.

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dissimulate

  • verb hide (feelings) from other people

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hidden

  • adjective satellite not accessible to view
    out of sight; concealed.
    • concealed (or hidden) damage
    • in stormy weather the stars are out of sight
  • verb prevent from being seen or discovered
    conceal; hide.
    • Muslim women hide their faces
    • hide the money

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discomposure

  • noun anxious embarrassment
    disconcertment; disconcertion; discomfiture.
  • noun a temperament that is perturbed and lacking in composure

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unavowed

  • adjective satellite not openly expressed
    sneaking.
    • a sneaking suspicion
  • adjective satellite not affirmed or mentioned or declared

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chide

  • verb censure severely or angrily
    call on the carpet; rag; dress down; remonstrate; chew out; take to task; call down; jaw; lambast; trounce; scold; berate; chew up; have words; rebuke; reprimand; reproof; lecture; bawl out; lambaste.
    • The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car
    • The deputy ragged the Prime Minister
    • The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup

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cliched

  • adjective satellite repeated regularly without thought or originality
    ready-made.
    • ready-made phrases

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wary

  • adjective marked by keen caution and watchful prudence
    • they were wary in their movements
    • a wary glance at the black clouds
    • taught to be wary of strangers
  • adjective satellite openly distrustful and unwilling to confide
    untrusting; suspicious; leery; mistrustful.

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lustreless

  • adjective satellite lacking brilliance or vitality
    lackluster; lusterless; lacklustre.
    • a dull lackluster life
    • a lusterless performance
  • adjective satellite lacking luster or shine
    lackluster; lusterless; lacklustre.
    • staring with lackluster eyes
    • lusterless hair

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decreasing

  • adjective becoming less or smaller
  • verb decrease in size, extent, or range
    diminish; fall; decrease; lessen.
    • The amount of homework decreased towards the end of the semester
    • The cabin pressure fell dramatically
    • her weight fell to under a hundred pounds
    • his voice fell to a whisper

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unsensational

  • adjective not of such character as to arouse intense interest, curiosity, or emotional reaction

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ruddy

  • adjective satellite inclined to a healthy reddish color often associated with outdoor life
    florid; rubicund; sanguine.
    • a ruddy complexion
    • Santa's rubicund cheeks
    • a fresh and sanguine complexion
  • adjective satellite of a color at the end of the color spectrum (next to orange); resembling the color of blood or cherries or tomatoes or rubies
    reddish; scarlet; cherry; crimson; blood-red; cerise; cherry-red; carmine; ruby-red; ruby; red.

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milksop

  • noun a timid man or boy considered childish or unassertive
    pansy; sissy; pantywaist; Milquetoast.

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coloradan

  • noun a native or resident of Colorado

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altruist

  • noun someone who makes charitable donations intended to increase human well-being
    philanthropist.

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bedimmed

  • adjective satellite made dim or indistinct
    • a sun bedimmed by clouds
  • verb make darker and difficult to perceive by sight
    benight; bedim.

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leafing

  • noun (botany) the process of forming leaves
    foliation.
  • verb look through a book or other written material
    flick; leaf; thumb; flip; riff; riffle.
    • He thumbed through the report
    • She leafed through the volume

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restrained

  • adjective satellite cool and formal in manner
    reticent; unemotional.
  • verb keep under control; keep in check
    keep back; restrain; hold back; keep.
    • suppress a smile
    • Keep your temper
    • keep your cool

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intention

  • noun an anticipated outcome that is intended or that guides your planned actions
    aim; design; intent; purpose.
    • his intent was to provide a new translation
    • good intentions are not enough
    • it was created with the conscious aim of answering immediate needs
    • he made no secret of his designs
  • noun (usually plural) the goal with respect to a marriage proposal
    • his intentions are entirely honorable

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scentless

  • adjective lacking the sense of smell
  • adjective satellite emitting or holding no odor
    • scentless wisps of straw
    • a scentless stretch of rocky ground

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interrupted

  • adjective satellite discontinued temporarily
    • we resumed the interrupted discussion
  • verb make a break in
    interrupt; cut off; disrupt; break up.
    • We interrupt the program for the following messages

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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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shoo

  • verb drive away by crying `shoo!'
    shoo away; shoo off.

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unpalatable

  • adjective not pleasant or acceptable to the taste or mind
    • an unpalatable meal
    • unpalatable truths
    • unpalatable behavior

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successless

Having no success.
Successless all her soft caresses prove. Pope.
-- Suc*cess"less*ly, adv. -- Suc*cess"less*ness, n.

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paradoxical

  • adjective satellite seemingly contradictory but nonetheless possibly true
    self-contradictory.
    • it is paradoxical that standing is more tiring than walking

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inobservant

Not observant; regardless; heedless. Bp. Hurd. -- In`ob*serv"ant*ly, adv.

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unspectacular

  • adjective satellite not spectacular
    • an unspectacular but necessary task

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quivery

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even

  • noun the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall)
    eventide; evening; eve.
    • he enjoyed the evening light across the lake
  • verb make level or straight
    even out; level; flush.
    • level the ground

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inexactly

  • adverb in an imprecise manner
    imprecisely.
    • he expressed himself imprecisely

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footsore

  • adjective satellite having sore or tired feet

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intangible

  • noun assets that are saleable though not material or physical
    intangible asset.
  • adjective (of especially business assets) not having physical substance or intrinsic productive value
    • intangible assets such as good will

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unfashionable

  • adjective not in accord with or not following current fashion
    unstylish.
    • unfashionable clothes
    • melodrama of a now unfashionable kind

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trembler

  • noun one who quakes and trembles with (or as with) fear
    quaker.

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tempting

  • adjective satellite highly attractive and able to arouse hope or desire
    alluring; beguiling; enticing.
    • an alluring prospect
    • her alluring smile
    • the voice was low and beguiling
    • difficult to say no to an enticing advertisement
    • a tempting invitation
  • verb dispose or incline or entice to
    allure; tempt.
    • We were tempted by the delicious-looking food

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unwashen

Not washed. Archaic "To eat with unwashen hands." Matt. xv. 20.

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flawed

  • adjective satellite having a blemish or flaw
    blemished.
    • a flawed diamond
    • an irregular pair of jeans
  • verb add a flaw or blemish to; make imperfect or defective
    flaw; blemish.

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stumble

  • noun an unsteady uneven gait
    stagger; lurch.
  • noun an unintentional but embarrassing blunder
    trip-up; misstep; trip.
    • he recited the whole poem without a single trip
    • he arranged his robes to avoid a trip-up later
    • confusion caused his unfortunate misstep

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slink

  • verb walk stealthily
    • I saw a cougar slinking toward its prey

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unavailing

  • adjective satellite producing no result or effect
    otiose; ineffectual; futile.
    • a futile effort
    • the therapy was ineffectual
    • an otiose undertaking
    • an unavailing attempt

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wrongheaded

  • adjective satellite obstinately perverse in judgment or opinion
    • a wrongheaded policy

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sketchy

  • adjective satellite giving only major points; lacking completeness
    unelaborated.
    • a sketchy account
    • details of the plan remain sketchy

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grumbling

  • noun a loud low dull continuous noise
    rumble; rumbling; grumble.
    • they heard the rumbling of thunder
  • noun a complaint uttered in a low and indistinct tone
    murmuring; grumble; muttering; mutter; murmur.

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course

  • noun education imparted in a series of lessons or meetings
    course of study; course of instruction; class.
    • he took a course in basket weaving
    • flirting is not unknown in college classes
  • noun a connected series of events or actions or developments
    line.
    • the government took a firm course
    • historians can only point out those lines for which evidence is available

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indefinable

  • adjective satellite not capable of being precisely or readily described; not easily put into words
    undefinable.
    • an indefinable feeling of terror
    • an abstract concept that seems indefinable
  • adjective satellite defying expression or description
    indescribable; ineffable; untellable; unutterable; unspeakable.
    • indefinable yearnings
    • indescribable beauty
    • ineffable ecstasy
    • inexpressible anguish
    • unspeakable happiness
    • unutterable contempt
    • a thing of untellable splendor

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exiguous

  • adjective satellite extremely scanty
    • an exiguous budget

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unprovable

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

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fetter

  • noun a shackle for the ankles or feet
    hobble.
  • verb restrain with fetters
    shackle.

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cumbrous

  • adjective satellite difficult to handle or use especially because of size or weight
    cumbersome.
    • a cumbersome piece of machinery
    • cumbrous protective clothing

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rifling

  • noun the cutting of spiral grooves on the inside of the barrel of a firearm
    grooving.
  • verb steal goods; take as spoils
    pillage; strip; despoil; plunder; foray; rifle; loot; reave; ransack.
    • During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners

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unsystematically

  • adverb in an unsystematic manner
    • his books were lined up unsystematically on the shelf

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trite

  • adjective satellite repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
    well-worn; commonplace; hackneyed; tired; old-hat; timeworn; banal; threadbare; shopworn; stock.
    • bromidic sermons
    • his remarks were trite and commonplace
    • hackneyed phrases
    • a stock answer
    • repeating threadbare jokes
    • parroting some timeworn axiom
    • the trite metaphor `hard as nails'

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mesmerised

  • adjective satellite having your attention fixated as though by a spell
    hypnotized; mesmerized; fascinated; spell-bound; spellbound; transfixed; hypnotised.
  • verb attract strongly, as if with a magnet
    bewitch; mesmerize; mesmerise; magnetize; magnetise; spellbind.
    • She magnetized the audience with her tricks

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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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hypnotised

  • adjective satellite having your attention fixated as though by a spell
    mesmerised; hypnotized; mesmerized; fascinated; spell-bound; spellbound; transfixed.
  • verb induce hypnosis in
    hypnotize; mesmerize; mesmerise; hypnotise.

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screamer

  • noun someone who communicates vocally in a very loud voice
    bellower; bawler; yeller; roarer; shouter; screecher.
  • noun a sensational newspaper headline

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blushing

  • adjective satellite having a red face from embarrassment or shame or agitation or emotional upset
    red-faced; blushful.
    • the blushing boy was brought before the Principal
    • her blushful beau
    • was red-faced with anger
  • verb turn red, as if in embarrassment or shame
    crimson; blush; redden; flush.
    • The girl blushed when a young man whistled as she walked by

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rummage

  • noun a jumble of things to be given away
  • noun a thorough search for something (often causing disorder or confusion)
    ransacking.
    • he gave the attic a good rummage but couldn't find his skis

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hoarse

  • adjective satellite deep and harsh sounding as if from shouting or illness or emotion
    gruff; husky.
    • gruff voices
    • the dog's gruff barking
    • hoarse cries
    • makes all the instruments sound powerful but husky"- Virgil Thomson

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platitudinous

  • adjective satellite dull and tiresome but with pretensions of significance or originality
    bromidic; platitudinal; corny.
    • bromidic sermons

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inarticulately

  • adverb without eloquence; in an inarticulate manner
    ineloquently.
    • the freshman expresses his thoughts inarticulately
  • adverb in an inarticulate manner
    • he talked inarticulately about the accident that had just taken his wife's life

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idolater

  • noun a person who worships idols
    idolizer; idol worshiper; idoliser.

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yea

  • noun an affirmative
    • The yeas have it
  • adverb not only so, but
    yeah.
    • I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice

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shent

obs. 3d pers. sing. pres. of Shend, for shendeth. Chaucer.

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hackneyed

  • adjective satellite repeated too often; overfamiliar through overuse
    well-worn; commonplace; tired; old-hat; timeworn; trite; banal; threadbare; shopworn; stock.
    • bromidic sermons
    • his remarks were trite and commonplace
    • hackneyed phrases
    • a stock answer
    • repeating threadbare jokes
    • parroting some timeworn axiom
    • the trite metaphor `hard as nails'

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notional

  • adjective satellite not based on fact; unreal
    imaginary; fanciful.
    • the falsehood about some fanciful secret treaties"- F.D.Roosevelt
    • a small child's imaginary friends
    • to create a notional world for oneself
  • adjective satellite not based on fact or investigation
    speculative.
    • a notional figure of cost helps in determining production costs
    • speculative knowledge

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iterate

  • verb to say, state, or perform again
    reiterate; repeat; ingeminate; retell; restate.
    • She kept reiterating her request
  • verb run or be performed again
    • the function iterates

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irrebuttable

Incapable of being rebutted. Coleridge.

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distasteful

  • adjective satellite not pleasing in odor or taste
    unsavoury; unsavory.
  • adjective satellite highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust
    skanky; disgusting; loathly; loathsome; repellant; repellent; foul; disgustful; repelling; yucky; revolting; wicked.
    • a disgusting smell
    • distasteful language
    • a loathsome disease
    • the idea of eating meat is repellent to me
    • revolting food
    • a wicked stench

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rummage

  • noun a jumble of things to be given away
  • noun a thorough search for something (often causing disorder or confusion)
    ransacking.
    • he gave the attic a good rummage but couldn't find his skis

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tardily

  • adverb without speed (`slow' is sometimes used informally for `slowly')
    slow; slowly; easy.
    • he spoke slowly
    • go easy here--the road is slippery
    • glaciers move tardily
    • please go slow so I can see the sights
  • adverb later than usual or than expected
    late; belatedly.
    • the train arrived late
    • we awoke late
    • the children came late to school
    • notice came so tardily that we almost missed the deadline
    • I belatedly wished her a happy birthday

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paddock

  • noun pen where racehorses are saddled and paraded before a race

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pricey

  • adjective satellite having a high price
    dear; high-priced; costly; pricy.
    • costly jewelry
    • high-priced merchandise
    • much too dear for my pocketbook
    • a pricey restaurant

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unromantic

  • adjective satellite neither expressive of nor exciting sexual love or romance

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inelegant

  • adjective lacking in refinement or grace or good taste

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imprecisely

  • adverb in an imprecise manner
    inexactly.
    • he expressed himself imprecisely

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interestingly

  • adverb in an interesting manner
    • when he ceases to be just interestingly neurotic and...gets locked up"- Time

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alright

  • adjective satellite nonstandard usage
  • adverb without doubt (used to reinforce an assertion)
    all right.
    • it's expensive all right

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underweight

  • adjective satellite being very thin
    boney; scraggy; skinny; scrawny; weedy.
    • a child with skinny freckled legs
    • a long scrawny neck

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unprepossessing

  • adjective satellite creating an unfavorable or neutral first impression
    unpresentable.

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valetudinary

  • adjective of or relating to or characteristic of a person who is a valetudinarian
    valetudinarian.

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loath

  • adjective satellite unwillingness to do something contrary to your custom
    loth; reluctant.
    • a reluctant smile
    • loath to admit a mistake
  • adjective satellite (usually followed by `to') strongly opposed
    antipathetical; indisposed; antipathetic; loth; averse.
    • antipathetic to new ideas
    • averse to taking risks
    • loath to go on such short notice
    • clearly indisposed to grant their request

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uncork

  • verb release
    • uncork his anger
  • verb draw the cork from (bottles)
    • uncork the French wine

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corny

  • adjective satellite dull and tiresome but with pretensions of significance or originality
    bromidic; platitudinous; platitudinal.
    • bromidic sermons

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unpronounced

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infuriating

  • adjective satellite extremely annoying or displeasing
    exasperating; maddening; vexing.
    • his cavelier curtness of manner was exasperating
    • I've had an exasperating day
    • her infuriating indifference
    • the ceaseless tumult of the jukebox was maddening
  • verb make furious
    infuriate; incense; exasperate.

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rowan

  • noun Eurasian tree with orange-red berrylike fruits
    Sorbus aucuparia; rowan tree; European mountain ash.

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implausible

  • adjective having a quality that provokes disbelief
    • gave the teacher an implausible excuse
  • adjective satellite highly imaginative but unlikely
    farfetched.
    • a farfetched excuse
    • an implausible explanation

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unreliably

  • adverb in an unfaithful undependable unreliable manner
    unfaithfully; undependably.

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flip

  • noun an acrobatic feat in which the feet roll over the head (either forward or backward) and return
    summersault; somersault; summerset; somerset; somersaulting.
  • noun hot or cold alcoholic mixed drink containing a beaten egg

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fragmentary

  • adjective satellite consisting of small disconnected parts
    fragmental.
    • fragmentary remains

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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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ineffectually

  • adverb in an ineffectual manner
    • she tried ineffectually to light the primus, and Thomas came to help her

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unglamorous

  • adjective satellite not challenging; dull and lacking excitement
    humdrum; prosaic; commonplace; unglamourous.
    • an unglamorous job greasing engines

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unconfessed

  • noun people who have not confessed
    • the unconfessed cannot be forgiven
  • adjective satellite not admitted
    • unconfessed sins

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unformulated

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