- Verb:Make or cause to make a ringing metallic sound, typically a discordant one.
- Noun:A ringing metallic sound.
- Synonyms:verb. rattle - clatternoun. noise
Verb:Cause to get up or start moving; rouse: "I rousted him out of his bed".Treat roughly; harass.
- Noun:Alcohol, esp. hard liquor.
- alcohol, esp. in large quantities: "you used to booze a lot on
- expensive hard liquor"; "Michael is trying to quit boozing".
- Synonyms:noun. boose - liquor - drink - alcoholverb. boose - drink - tope - tipple
- Noun:A small piece of partly burned coal or wood that has stopped giving off flames but still has combustible matter in it.
- Synonyms:ash - ember - dross
Verb:Make (a coin) by stamping metal.Produce for the first time: "an example of newly minted technology".
- Noun:A simple story used to illustrate a moral or spiritual lesson, as told by Jesus in the Gospels.
- Synonyms:parabola - allegory - simile
- by or appealing to an abnormal and unhealthy interest in disturbing and
- unpleasant subjects, esp. death and disease.Of the nature of or indicative of disease.
- Synonyms:unhealthy - diseased - unsound - ill - sickly
Adjective:Very great, bad, or overwhelming: "there was this hellacious hailstorm".
- Adjective:(of language or style) Concise and forcefully expressive.(of a fruit or plant) Containing much pith.
- Synonyms:terse - concise - succinct
- Noun:A person's manner of walking.
- Verb:(of a dog or horse) Walk in a trained gait, as at a show: "the dogs are gaiting in a circle".
- Synonyms:pace - walk - tread - step - walking
- some sports) An official who watches a game or match closely to enforce
- the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.
- Verb:Act as an umpire.
- Synonyms:noun. referee - judge - arbiter - arbitratorverb. referee - arbitrate - judge - adjudicate
move up and down with no specific path;
- Noun:Hard, menial, or dull work.
- Synonyms:toil - slavery - hackwork
Noun:A hormone produced by the adrenal cortex.
- touch or prod (a person or a part of the body) in a way that causes
- itching and often laughter: "she tickled me under the chin".
- Noun:An act of tickling someone: "a little tickle".
- Synonyms:verb. titillate - itchnoun. tickling - titillation
- Noun:A short band of tough, flexible, fibrous connective tissue that connects two bones or cartilages or holds together a joint.A membranous fold that supports an organ and keeps it in position.
- Synonyms:tie - chord
- whitish, flexible connective tissue found in various forms in the
- larynx, in the external ear, and in the articulating surfaces of...A particular structure made of this tissue.
- Noun:The movement of the tide out to sea: "the tide was on the ebb"; "the ebb tide".
- Verb:(of tidewater) Move away from the land; recede.
- Synonyms:noun. decline - reflux - ebb tide - low tideverb. subside - wane - sink - recede - decline - go down
- Noun:The front of the leg below the knee.
- Verb:Climb quickly up or down by gripping with one's arms and legs: "he shinned up a tree".
- Synonyms:noun. shank - shinbone - tibia - legverb. climb - clamber - scramble
A fit of anger or annoyance; a pique
- Noun:A sudden, sharp localized pain.
- Verb:(of a part of the body) Suffer a sudden, sharp localized pain.
- Synonyms:noun. pangverb. ache - pain
- Noun:A style of blues with a strong, fast beat.
- Verb:Dance to fast pop or rock music: "ready to boogie down to the music".
- Adjective:Ready to accept control or instruction; submissive.
- Synonyms:tractable - obedient - tame - submissive - biddable
- Noun:Any of five tendons at the back of a person's knee.
- Verb:Cripple (a person or animal) by cutting their hamstrings.
- paradoxical anecdote or riddle, used in Zen Buddhism to demonstrate the
- inadequacy of logical reasoning and to provoke enlightenment.
The action or fact of forming a united whole: "the work at present lacks cohesion".The sticking together of particles of the same substance.