utterly: Associated Words
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  • dishearten
    • verb take away the enthusiasm of
      put off.

  • disregardless
    • adverb in spite of everything; without regard to drawbacks
      irrespective; disregarding; regardless; no matter.
      • he carried on regardless of the difficulties

  • scorner
    • noun a person who expresses contempt by remarks or facial expression
      sneerer.

  • unmechanical
    • adjective satellite (of a person) lacking mechanical skills
      nonmechanical.

  • mainlands
    • noun the main land mass of a country or continent; as distinguished from an island or peninsula

  • uncomprehensible
    • adjective difficult to understand
      incomprehensible.
      • the most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible"- A. Einstein

  • perish
    • verb pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
      decease; give-up the ghost; pop off; die; buy the farm; snuff it; choke; drop dead; pass away; expire; exit; croak; pass; go; kick the bucket; conk; cash in one's chips.
      • She died from cancer
      • The children perished in the fire
      • The patient went peacefully
      • The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102

  • incognizant
    • adjective (often followed by `of') not aware
      unaware.
      • seemed unaware of the scrutiny
      • unaware of the danger they were in
      • unaware of the newborn hope
      • the most unaware person I've known

  • vanished
    • adjective satellite having passed out of existence
      • vanished civilizations
    • verb get lost, as without warning or explanation
      go away; vanish; disappear.
      • He disappeared without a trace

  • disregardful
    Neglect; negligent; heedless; regardless.
  • perishes
    • verb pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
      decease; give-up the ghost; pop off; die; buy the farm; snuff it; choke; drop dead; pass away; expire; exit; croak; pass; go; kick the bucket; conk; cash in one's chips.
      • She died from cancer
      • The children perished in the fire
      • The patient went peacefully
      • The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102

  • fordone
    Undone; ruined. Obs. Spenser.
  • perished
    • verb pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
      decease; give-up the ghost; pop off; die; buy the farm; snuff it; choke; drop dead; pass away; expire; exit; croak; pass; go; kick the bucket; conk; cash in one's chips.
      • She died from cancer
      • The children perished in the fire
      • The patient went peacefully
      • The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102

  • exanimate
    • adjective satellite deprived of life; no longer living
      lifeless.
      • a lifeless body

  • misconceive
    • verb interpret in the wrong way
      misinterpret; misunderstand; be amiss; misconstrue; misapprehend.
      • Don't misinterpret my comments as criticism
      • She misconstrued my remarks

  • unmemorable
    • adjective satellite not worth remembering

  • slay
    • verb kill intentionally and with premeditation
      murder; off; dispatch; remove; hit; bump off; polish off.
      • The mafia boss ordered his enemies murdered

  • uncapable
    Incapable. Obs. "Uncapable of conviction." Locke.
  • vanish
    • verb get lost, as without warning or explanation
      go away; disappear.
      • He disappeared without a trace
    • verb become invisible or unnoticeable
      go away; disappear.
      • The effect vanished when day broke

  • unpracticable
    Impracticable; not feasible.
  • failed
    • verb fail to do something; leave something undone
      neglect.
      • She failed to notice that her child was no longer in his crib
      • The secretary failed to call the customer and the company lost the account
    • verb be unsuccessful
      miscarry; go wrong.
      • Where do today's public schools fail?
      • The attempt to rescue the hostages failed miserably

  • virtueless
    Destitute of virtue; without efficacy or operating qualities; powerless.
    Virtueless she wished all herbs and charms. Fairfax.

  • fails
    • verb fail to do something; leave something undone
      neglect.
      • She failed to notice that her child was no longer in his crib
      • The secretary failed to call the customer and the company lost the account
    • verb be unsuccessful
      miscarry; go wrong.
      • Where do today's public schools fail?
      • The attempt to rescue the hostages failed miserably

  • misliking
    Dislike; aversion.
  • vileness
    • noun the quality of being wicked
      ugliness; nefariousness; wickedness.
    • noun the quality of being disgusting to the senses or emotions
      loathsomeness; lousiness; repulsiveness; sliminess; wickedness.
      • the vileness of his language surprised us

  • charmless
    Destitute of charms. Swift.
  • vanishes
    • verb get lost, as without warning or explanation
      go away; disappear.
      • He disappeared without a trace
    • verb become invisible or unnoticeable
      go away; disappear.
      • The effect vanished when day broke

  • unalike
    • adjective not alike or similar
      dissimilar.
      • as unalike as two people could be

  • shalt
    2d per. sing. of Shall.
  • ruinated
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  • crumbled
    • verb fall apart
      collapse; tumble; crumple; break down.
      • the building crumbled after the explosion
      • Negotiations broke down
    • verb break or fall apart into fragments
      fall apart.
      • The cookies crumbled
      • The Sphinx is crumbling

  • flummoxed
    • verb be a mystery or bewildering to
      mystify; perplex; bewilder; get; beat; puzzle; pose; amaze; vex; baffle; stick; stupefy; gravel; nonplus; dumbfound.
      • This beats me!
      • Got me--I don't know the answer!
      • a vexing problem
      • This question really stuck me

  • stun
    • verb make senseless or dizzy by or as if by a blow
      stupefy.
      • stun fish
    • verb hit something or somebody as if with a sandbag
      sandbag.

  • inconsonant
    Not consonant or agreeing; inconsistent; discordant. -- In*con"so*nant*ly, adv.
  • fail
    • verb fail to do something; leave something undone
      neglect.
      • She failed to notice that her child was no longer in his crib
      • The secretary failed to call the customer and the company lost the account
    • verb be unsuccessful
      miscarry; go wrong.
      • Where do today's public schools fail?
      • The attempt to rescue the hostages failed miserably

  • forgettable
    • adjective easily forgotten

  • collapsed
    • noun an abrupt failure of function or complete physical exhaustion
      prostration.
      • the commander's prostration demoralized his men
    • noun a natural event caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in
      • the roof is in danger of collapse
      • the collapse of the old star under its own gravity

  • discombobulated
    • adjective satellite having self-possession upset; thrown into confusion
      disconcerted.
      • the hecklers pelted the discombobulated speaker with anything that came to hand
      • looked at each other dumbly, quite disconcerted"- G.B.Shaw
    • verb cause to be confused emotionally
      bemuse; throw; bewilder; discombobulate.

  • repudiate
    • verb cast off
      disown; renounce.
      • She renounced her husband
      • The parents repudiated their son
    • verb refuse to acknowledge, ratify, or recognize as valid
      • The woman repudiated the divorce settlement

  • despisable
    Despicable; contemptible. R.
  • failing
    • noun a flaw or weak point
      weakness.
      • he was quick to point out his wife's failings
    • noun failure to reach a minimum required performance
      flunk.
      • his failing the course led to his disqualification
      • he got two flunks on his report

  • companionless
    Without a companion.
  • blent
    Mingled; mixed; blended; also, polluted; stained.
    Rider and horse, friend, foe, in one red burial blent. Byron.

  • dumfounded
    • adjective satellite as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise
      stupefied; dumbstricken; dumbstruck; thunderstruck; flabbergasted; dumbfounded.
      • a circle of policement stood dumbfounded by her denial of having seen the accident
      • the flabbergasted aldermen were speechless
      • was thunderstruck by the news of his promotion

  • sounded
    • noun the particular auditory effect produced by a given cause
      • the sound of rain on the roof
      • the beautiful sound of music
    • noun the subjective sensation of hearing something
      auditory sensation.
      • he strained to hear the faint sounds

  • untheatrical
    • adjective not suited to or characteristic of the stage or theater
      • a well-written but untheatrical play
      • an untheatrical personality

  • despaired
    • noun a state in which all hope is lost or absent
      desperation.
      • in the depths of despair
      • they were rescued from despair at the last minute
      • courage born of desperation
    • noun the feeling that everything is wrong and nothing will turn out well
      • they moaned in despair and dismay
      • one harsh word would send her into the depths of despair

  • blemishless
    Without blemish; spotless.
    A life in all so blemishless. Feltham.

  • disbelieved
    • verb reject as false; refuse to accept
      discredit.

  • foundationless
    Having no foundation.
  • perishing
    • verb pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
      decease; give-up the ghost; pop off; die; buy the farm; snuff it; choke; drop dead; pass away; expire; exit; croak; pass; go; kick the bucket; conk; cash in one's chips.
      • She died from cancer
      • The children perished in the fire
      • The patient went peacefully
      • The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102

  • resourceless
    • adjective satellite lacking or deficient in natural resources

  • seemed
    • verb give a certain impression or have a certain outward aspect
      look; appear.
      • She seems to be sleeping
      • This appears to be a very difficult problem
      • This project looks fishy
      • They appeared like people who had not eaten or slept for a long time
    • verb seem to be true, probable, or apparent
      appear.
      • It seems that he is very gifted
      • It appears that the weather in California is very bad

  • irreclaimable
    • adjective satellite insusceptible of reform
      unreformable; irredeemable; unredeemable.
      • vicious irreclaimable boys
      • irredeemable sinners

  • collapses
    • noun an abrupt failure of function or complete physical exhaustion
      prostration.
      • the commander's prostration demoralized his men
    • noun a natural event caused by something suddenly falling down or caving in
      • the roof is in danger of collapse
      • the collapse of the old star under its own gravity

  • knackered
    • adjective satellite very tired
      drained.

  • felt
    • noun a fabric made of compressed matted animal fibers
    • verb mat together and make felt-like
      • felt the wool

  • clueless
    • adjective satellite totally uninformed about what is going on; not having even a clue from which to infer what is occurring

  • feels
    • noun an intuitive awareness;
      • he has a feel for animals" or "it's easy when you get the feel of it
    • noun the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people
      flavour; look; tone; flavor; feeling; smell; spirit.
      • the feel of the city excited him
      • a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting
      • it had the smell of treason

  • unclimbable
    • adjective incapable of being ascended
      unscalable.
    • adjective satellite incapable of being surmounted or climbed
      unsurmountable.



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