v. To relieve or make more bearable.
n. 1. A remedy that relieves the effects of a poison.
2. Anything that offers relief from an undesirable condition.
n. A very confused and noisy scene.
v. To urge with gentle and repeated requests; to coax.
adj. Marked by an ease in speaking or writing that often shows lack of concern or sincerity.
adj. Having a tired look; worn out.
adj. 1. Perfectly clean; spotless.
2. Without a flaw; faultless.
adj. Going on without interruption; continual.
adj. Inclined to give in easily; lenient.
v. 1. To give in too easily to the wishes of.
2. To yield to.
v. 1. To sit back in a relaxed way; to sprawl.
2. To hang loosely; to droop.
n. A very small amount, especially of money.
Having a sharp taste or smell.
adj. 1. Having a sharp taste or smell.
2. Sharply critical; painfully direct.
v. Sharply critical; painfully direct.
adj. Harsh and grating; loud and shrill.
adj. Expressing strong feeling; intense.
Wordly Wise book 8 lesson 16