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So loud were their voices raised in altercation that the storm without was scarce heeded.
person who turns animal hides into leather; craftsman who tans skins and hides; sixpence
noisy quarrel; contention in words; dispute carried on with heat or anger; controversy
pretense of strength; mislead or deceive
additional object; useful but not essential thing; subordinate or supplementary item
outward appearance or aspect; mode of dress; false appearance
Jack was set to bolt out the front door.
weaken by wearing away base or foundation; injure or impair; dig a mine or tunnel beneath
find out for certain; discover with certainty; make sure of
dash or dart off; move or jump suddenly
help to flourish; advance in rank; publicize
obtain for services of; arrange for the use of; pledge or promise, especially to marry
Her clientele is a little bit different than the average movie store, because most of her customers only have a limited interest in film due to busy schedules.
surrender of prisoner by one state to another; delivery by one state to another
comfort or relieve in sorrow, misfortune, or distress
clients of professional person; body of customers or patrons
firm dislike; turning away; avoidance of a thing, situation, or behavior because of dislike
breaking of contract or duty
The story of Byzantine art, though not precisely devious, is not straightforward either.
departing from correct or accepted way; misleading; not straightforward
typical of country life or country people; awkwardly simple and provincial; lacking refinement or elegance
disordered; especially in mind; crazy; insane
more than enough in size or scope or capacity; fairly large
like an emperor; related to an empire; ruling over extensive territories
He gave the lamp a flick with his finger.
the smallest particle of substance, having all the properties of that substance
swirling current of water, air; flow in circular current
authoritative command or instruction; commission of authorizing to administer a territory
light quick blow or touch
determination; resolving to do something; formal statement of a decision
Whether on purpose or inadvertently, that is exactly what John did.
notorious; conspicuously bad or shocking
motherly; relating to mother or motherhood
strange; mysterious; peculiarly unsettling, as if of supernatural origin or nature
unintentionally; without knowledge or intention; carelessly
not able to be corrected or repaired
That journalist who threw his shoes at President Bush is now reportedly asking for leniency from the prime minister.
torn, ragged wound; rough or jagged breach made by rending
someone who bears the blame for others
rebellion; uprising; rising against civil or political authority
mildness; quality of mercy or forgiveness, especially in the assignment of punishment as in a court case
naturalness; freedom from constraint; happening or arising without external cause; self-generated
People are just too preoccupied with trying to survive, to join militant movements.
very thin or transparent; very steep; absolute or pure
insignificant; tiny; weak; of inferior size, strength
adjoining; neighboring; close to; lying near
grossly wicked; abominable; hateful; infamous
fighting or warring; having a combative character; aggressive
And a phobia is an uncontrollable response to fear, so I looked for another way to expose millions of people.
severe trial; form of trial to determine guilt or innocence; difficult or painful experience
trail of ship or other object through water; path of something that has gone before
work of art put together from fragments
anxiety disorder by extreme and irrational fear; dislike
code of correct conduct ; rules governing socially acceptable behavior; record of transaction
Providing for others who never add to your reciprocate is the same as throwing it away.
make fit for; change to suit a new purpose
have desire for something or someone; yearn; grieve or mourn for
act, feel, or give mutually or in return; move back and forth alternately; be complementary or equivalent
shrivel; decay; lose freshness, vigor, or vitality; loss of moisture
strive for victory or superiority; contend; compete
The real challenge here for the Obama campaign will be to avoid taking the bait, and let McCain squander his one asset.
spend wastefully; fail to take advantage of; lose a chance for
declare or state with confidence; put oneself forward boldly
take into custody; arrest a criminal; grasp mentally; perceive
attract with something desirable; be highly, often subtly attractive
act as a patron to; support or sponsor
While online auction sites feature some great deals, I guess buyer vigilance is always required.
beat or speed of music; rate or rhythm of activity; pace
unfriendliness; hatred; state of being hostile
watchfulness; wakefulness; process of paying close and continuous attention
outcome; consequence, especially of a disaster or misfortune
law enacted by legislature; decree or edict, as of a ruler