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fulsome
offensive from excess of praise
becomes somewhat foul because too full
gainsay
to contradict, to deny
bible says you do not gain by saying more you end up contradicting and denying what you just said!
gamut
the whole range or sequence
game mutton all lined up
gesticulate
to gesture instead of speaking
gossamer
flimsy
go sammer,always following people makes a flimsy person
gourmand
a connoisseur in the delicacies of the table
harbinger
One who or that which foreruns and announces the coming of any person or thing.
harb inger prevent from harbouring injury
head
precipitately, as in diving
head into the water
heinous
odiously sinful
hirsute
having a hairy covering
hair + suit
hoodwink
to deceive
wink with a hood to hide the face
ignoble
low in character or purpose
ignominious
shameful
ig + name (no name)
imbroglio
a misunderstanding attended by ill feeling or strife
im broglio
brogs you down...
imbue
to dye, to instill profoundly
im bue (so that they will buy it after it is dyed)
imperious
insisting on obedience
imperial
impervious
impenetrable
im perv
implicate
to show or prove to be involved in or concerned
implications of you being involved....like in youth work
importunate
urgent in character, request, or demand
important
importune
to harass with persistent demands
improvident
lacking foresight or thrift
God is never like this
impugn
to assail with argumentsor accusasions
impute
to attribute
inadvertent
accidental
not advertised