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very skilled; expert
to decorate or add beauty to; enhance
annoyed or irritated
struck by shock or amazement
the ability to move quickly and easily
Ailing (a) unwell. sickly Ailing Alight (v) to settle down. as after a flight Alight .
Aloft (a) in the air or flying Aloft Alpine (a) pertaining to the Alps or other high mountains Alpine .
dread .Amused (a) entertained. made to laugh or smile Amused Apparel (n) clothing. especially outerwear Apparel Apprehension (n) fearful or uneasy anticipation.
mites) Arachnid Arid (a) extremely dry .Apprehension Arachnid (n) a type of arthropod (spiders. scorpions.
Arid Ascending (a) going or moving upward Ascending Asylum (n) an institution for the care of the mentally ill .
especially fine ones .Asylum Asymmetrical (a) not identical on both sides of a central line Asymmetrical Attire (n) clothes.
Attire Auburn (a) a reddish or golden-brown color Auburn Auditory (a) relating to hearing .
Auditory Badgered (a) nagged or pestered Badgered .
Bale (n) a large bundle Bale Bare (v) to expose Bare .
Bask (v) to expose oneself to or to enjoy warmth Bask Bawl (v) to cry loudly Bawl .
Bay (n) a deep howl Bay Beam (v) to smile brightly Beam Bedraggled (a) wet or limp as if dragged through mud or water .
to roar .Bedraggled Beefy (a) muscular and heavily built Beefy Bejeweled (a) decorated with jewels or jewel-like stones Bejeweled Bellow (v) to make a loud sound.
Bellow Beret (n) a flat. round cap Beret Berserk (a) crazed in a violent or destructive way .
Berserk Bewildered (a) completely confused Bewildered Bizarre (a) strikingly strange .
Bizarre Bleak (a) bare and often windswept. cheerless Bleak Bluff (n) a cliff with a broad. steep front .
Bluff Blustery (a) blowing in strong gusts Blustery Bovine (a) of or like a cow .
Bovine Brawn (n) muscular strength and power Brawn Breach (n) a gap. or break . tear.
Breach Breaker (n) a wave that breaks up into foam Breaker Brooch (n) a piece of jewelry that can be pinned to clothing .
Brooch Buck (v) to leap in order to throw a rider off Buck Bulwark (n) a wall built for defense .
Bulwark Buoyancy (n) the ability to float in water Buoyancy Bust (n) a sculpture showing the head and shoulders .
Bust Bustling (a) having noisy and energetic activity Bustling Cadaver (n) the body of a dead human being .
Cadaver Calamity (n) a terrible disaster Calamity Canopy (n) the cover formed by trees' branches .
to overturn Capsize Caravan (n) a group traveling together for protection .Canopy Capsize (v) to turn bottom up.
Caravan Carcass (n) the dead body of an animal Carcass Caress (v) to touch or stroke with affection .
Caress Carp (n) a type of fish found in ponds and rivers Carp Cascade (n) a waterfall or series of waterfalls over steep rocks Cascade Cask (n) a container like a barrel. intended to hold liquids .
elevated walkway .Cask Casualty (n) a person who is killed or injured in an accident Casualty Catwalk (n) a narrow.
Catwalk Cavern (n) a cave or large compartment of a cave Cavern Cerebral (a) involving the brain or intellect .
Cerebral Chalet (n) a dwelling resembling a ski lodge Chalet Chamber (n) a room in a house or apartment. often a bedroom .
Chamber Chateau (n) a castle or fortress. especially in France Chateau Chic (a) stylish .
Chic Chums (n) good friends Chums Clamor (v) to express desire by making loud noises .
Clamor Cluttered (a) filled with scattered things Cluttered Comical (a) funny or amusing .
Comical Commence (v) to begin. start Commence Commode (n) a toilet .
Commode Compact (a) taking up little space Compact Conch (n) a type of shell .
Conch Congested (a) overcrowded or overfilled Congested Congregate (v) to come together in large numbers .
Congregate Conjurer (n) a wizard or sorceress Conjurer Contorted (a) twisted out of shape .
Contorted Corridor (n) a narrow hallway Corridor Cower (v) to cringe or crouch in fear .
Cower Cross (a) angry and annoyed Cross Culinary (a) relating to cooking or the kitchen .
neat and stylish in dress
elegant in appearance and manner
bold resistance or opposition to authority
a false belief or opinion
a full or partial set of artificial teeth
Dentures Desolate (a) Deserted and lifeless Desolate Deter (v) to discourage .
Deter Diagnostic (a) used in identifying a problem Diagnostic Dilapidated (a) fallen into disrepair .
Dilapidated Distort (v) to twist out of shape Distort Distraught (a) deeply upset .
Distraught Distressed (a) having anxiety or mental suffering Distressed Diverge (v) to branch off .
depressed . to drench Douse Downcast (a) low in spirits.Diverge Douse (v) to splash with water.
depressing Dreary Eerie (a) strange. or frightening . mysterious.Downcast Dreary (a) having little cheer.
not complicated .Eerie Elated (a) very happy or proud Elated Elementary (a) easy.
release .Elementary Elongated (a) extended or stretched out. long Elongated Emit (v) to send forth.
burdened Encumbered Endorsement (n) support or approval .Emit Encumbered (a) loaded down with something.
cover completely .Endorsement Engrossed (a) absorbed in something Engrossed Engulf (v) to swallow up.
Engulf Ensemble (n) an outfit with more than one element Ensemble Enticed (a) attracted or tempted .
Enticed Enveloped (a) wrapped up in a covering Enveloped Equestrian (a) relating to riding horses .
made joyful .Equestrian Equine (a) relating to horses Equine Exhilarated (a) excited or stimulated.
Exhilarated Expedition (n) a journey or voyage made for a specific purpose Expedition Expel (v) to breathe out .
polished surfaces of a cut gem .Expel Expressive (a) clearly showing thoughts or emotions Expressive Facets (n) the flat.
fake .Facets Famished (a) extremely hungry Famished Faux (a) artificial or imitation.
Faux Festive (a) appropriate for a festival or celebration Festive Fiery (a) like or suggestive of fire .
astonished Flabbergasted Flamboyant (a) bold or showy .Fiery Flabbergasted (a) speechless with amazement.
Flamboyant Fleet (a) swift Fleet Flounder (v) to struggle clumsily .
thrown off balance Flustered Foliage (n) the leaves of a plant or tree .Flounder Flustered (a) nervous or confused.
Foliage Forbidding (a) frightening or threatening. suggesting danger Forbidding Foyer (n) a hall or room in a building near an entrance .
Foyer Frenzied (a) violently excited or frantic Frenzied Fret (v) to express worry or annoyance .
Fret Frilly (a) having a lot of ruffles Frilly Frock (n) a dress .
romp Frolic Game (n) wild animals that are hunted for sport or food .Frock Frolic (v) to behave playfully.
as in a hole Gaping Garb (n) clothing.Game Gaping (a) wide open. often specialized .
Garb Garnish (n) something placed around food to add decoration Garnish Gawky (a) appearing awkward or clumsy .
Gawky Gaze (v) to look or stare at something Gaze Glacial (a) extremely cold .
Glacial Glee (n) great delight or satisfaction Glee Gloomy (a) very sad .
Gloomy Gnarled (a) bent or twisted Gnarled Gosling (n) a young goose .
Gosling Gourd (n) the hard-shelled fruit of certain plants Gourd Grave (a) serious or solemn .
covered with dirt or soot Grimy Grisly (a) gruesome or horrible .Grave Grimy (a) dirty.
Grisly Grove (a) a group of trees without undergrowth Grove Guffaw (n) a loud laugh .
often in large amounts Gush Haste (n) hurry or rush .Guffaw Gush (v) to flow out forcefully.
Haste Haughty (a) arrogant or snobbish Haughty Helm (n) a wheel or device by which a ship is steered Helm Hieroglyphics (n) a system of writing with symbols .
Hieroglyphics Hilt (n) the handle of a sword or similar weapon Hilt Homey (a) like home. cozy Homey Hulking (a) so large as to appear clumsy .
often from fear Hysterical Idle (a) not working. often completely . not fancy or of high quality Humble Hysterical (a) uncontrollably emotional.Hulking Humble (a) simple. inactive or doing nothing Idle Immerse (v) to thrust or throw into liquid.
motionless Immobile Inclined (a) sloping or slanted .Immerse Immobile (a) not moving.
searching .Inclined Indulge (v) to give in to a desire Indulge Inquiring (a) as if asking a question.
Inquiring Irrigate (v) to water land Irrigate Jalopy (n) an old. unreliable car .
a maze .Jalopy Jowls (n) the flesh under the lower jaw Jowls Labyrinth (n) a system of interconnecting paths.
Labyrinth Lavatory (n) a bathroom with a toilet Lavatory Loaf (v) to lounge around in a lazy way .
Loaf Lofty (a) extending high in the air. towering Lofty Loiter (v) to hang around an area without much purpose .
bright .Loiter Loom (v) to come into view as large. to appear magnified Loom Luminous (a) radiating or reflecting light.
Luminous Lurk (v) to move in a sneaky way Lurk Luster (n) the shine from reflected light .
Luster Maimed (a) having a part of the body disabled or disfigured Maimed Mangled (a) mutilated or disfigured .
typical of a maniac Maniacal Marina (n) a place where boats are docked .Mangled Maniacal (a) suggesting craziness.
Marina Masquerade (n) a celebration in which elegant costumes are worn Masquerade Matador (n) a bullfighter .
D.Matador Meager (a) small in amount or quality Meager Medieval (a) pertaining to the Middle Ages (350 to 1450 A.) .
Medieval Melancholy (a) sad or unhappy Melancholy Miscellaneous (a) having a variety of kinds .
not showy Modest Moored (a) fixed in place by cables or the like .Miscellaneous Modest (a) limited in size.
and nose of some animals . mouth. usually a horse Mount Muzzle (n) the jaws.Moored Mount (n) a means of transportation.
or navigation Nautical . sailors.Muzzle Nautical (a) having to do with ships.
Nestle (v) to settle snugly Nestle Neurotic (a) affected with an emotional problem Neurotic Numerous (a) .
different from what is expected .very many Numerous Nuzzle (v) to rub or push gently with the nose Nuzzle Offbeat (a) unusual.
Offbeat Overcast (a) cloudy Overcast Overkill (n) an excess of what is needed or necessary .
potbelly .Overkill Parasol (n) a light umbrella used to provide shade Parasol Patriotic (a) having or showing love for one's country Patriotic Paunch (n) a protruding stomach.
Paunch Pedestrian (n) a person who is walking on foot Pedestrian Pediatrician (n) A doctor who specializes in the care of babies Pediatrician Peer (v) .
to peep out Peer Pelt (n) the skin of an animal with hair or fur still on it Pelt Peppy (a) lively or energetic Peppy Petrified (a) scared to death .
Petrified Plumage (n) a bird's feathers Plumage Populous (a) full of inhabitants Populous Posterior (n) the rear or back end of an animal or person .
such as rain or snow Precipitation Predicament (n) a difficult situation .Posterior Precipitation (n) liquid falling to the earth.
Predicament Preen (v) to clean or trim feathers with the beak Preen Prevail (v) to triumph over or against someone or something Prevail Prominent (a) sticking out. immediately noticeable .
Prominent Pucker (v) to gather something together into a fold Pucker Quench (v) to satisfy (thirst.) Quench Radiant (a) bright with joy. desire. glowing Radiant Rant (v) to speak violently or in a wild way . etc.
unconcerned about consequences .Rant Receptacle (n) a container or device that holds something Receptacle Reckless (a) very careless.
Reckless Recline (v) to lean or lie back Recline Recoil (v) to move back in fear. horror. or disgust Recoil Recreation (n) fun activity or play .
Recreation Rejoice (v) to express great joy Rejoice Relic (n) something remaining from the past .
usually from someone in authority .Relic Relish (v) to greatly enjoy Relish Remedy (n) something that cures or relieves a problem Remedy Reprimand (n) a criticism.
unable to rest, relax, or stay still
to draw back or in
suggestive of an earlier fashion in hair or clothes
to rest, sit, or sleep on a perch
Root (for) (v)
to cheer on; to encourage by cheering
to raise (feathers)
to break or burst
of or having to do with the country
to taste or smell something with pleasure
a rod used as a symbol of authority
Scepter Scowl (v) to wrinkle the face in displeasure. frown Scowl Scribe (n) a person who copies documents (esp. in past) .
Scribe Scuffle (n) to fight or struggle in a confused or rough way Scuffle Seafarer (n) a sailor or traveler on the sea .
Seafarer Sheen (n) the shine of reflected light Sheen Sheer (a) of thin texture. able to be seen through .
Sheer Sibling (n) a brother or sister Sibling Silhouette (n) the outline of something .
Silhouette Slab (n) a thick slice of something Slab Sleek (a) graceful. streamlined .
inactive .Sleek Sleuth (n) a detective Sleuth Slovenly (a) untidy or unclean in one's habits Slovenly Sluggish (a) lacking energy.
Sluggish Slumber (v) to sleep Slumber Sneer (n) a facial expression that shows disgust .
single Solitary Solitude (n) the state of being alone .Sneer Solitary (a) without others.
Solitude Somber (a) extremely serious Somber Sound (v) to produce a sound .
Sound Sow (v) to scatter (seed) over land. to plant Sow Spacious (a) containing a lot of space or room .
Spacious Spellbound (a) bound as if by a spell. fascinated Spellbound Staged (a) planned in order to produce an impression Staged Stagnant (a) foul from not flowing (as in water) .
Stagnant Stamp (v) to hit by stepping down hard Stamp Stature (n) the height of a human or animal .
Stature Stench (n) a bad smell. a stink Stench Steward (n) an employee in charge of something .
Steward Strapping (a) powerfully built Strapping Strewn (a) to be scattered or sprinkled over a surface .
attractive or impressive
to walk in a casual way
below the surface of something (often water)
to take milk at the breast or udder; nurse
the highest point, as of a hill or mountain
hung from above
to make fun of in a particularly mean way
a deck or balcony
Terrace Thunderstruck (a) astounded Thunderstruck Tiara (n) a small jeweled crown worn by women .
Tiara Toddler (n) a young child learning to walk Toddler Toil (v) to work hard at something exhausting .
Toil Tote (v) to carry Tote Train (n) a part of a dress or robe that drags on the ground .
terror. peacefulness Tranquility Transfixed (a) held motionless in amazement. or interest .Train Tranquility (n) calmness or stillness.
deceptive Treacherous Tresses (n) long locks or curls of hair .Transfixed Traverse (v) to cross over or pass through Traverse Treacherous (a) violating trust.
Tresses Tumultuous (a) wild or violent Tumultuous Turban (n) a type of headwear .
Turban Turbulent (a) full of commotion. having wildly irregular motion Turbulent Turret (n) a small tower on a larger structure .
Turret Underhanded (a) not straightforward. deceptive Underhanded Unshod (a) without shoes .
Unshod Urban (a) having to do with or characteristic of cities Urban Vacant (a) unoccupied .
Vacant Vast (a) of great size or range Vast Vessel (n) a boat or ship bigger than a rowboat .
Vessel Vista (n) a view. one seen through a passageway Vista Vulnerable (a) capable of being hurt or wounded . esp.
Vulnerable Wake (n) the track of waves left by a boat Wake Wallow (v) to roll around in mud. snow. or something similar .
Wallow Weary (a) physically or mentally exhausted Weary Weathered (a) worn by exposure to weather .
Weathered Whirlpool (n) water that is moving fast in a circular motion Whirlpool Wilt (v) to droop or become limp from lack of water .
Wilt Withered (a) dried or shriveled up Withered Wrath (n) fierce anger .
clownish behavior Zany Close .Wrath Zany (a) showing wild.
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