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caress
tender or loving touch; light stroking: embrace: kiss
consume
use up
expose
uncover; bare to the cold, air, rain; deprive of shelter; leave unprotected
flounder
struggle awkwardly to move or to obtain footing; proceed clumsily; wallow
gait
manner of walking, running, or moving on foot; pace
instinct
inborn inclination; natural impulse; natural talent; gift
intimacy
state of being intimate(closely aqquainted or associated) familiarity; close association
menacing
threatening; appearing likely to cause harm; endangering
singe
burn superficially or slightly; scorch
thaw
rid of chilling, numbness, stiffness, or other effects of extreme cold; melt; cause to melt; reverse the effect of freezing
admonish
warn of a fault; reprove gently but seriosuly
approbation
commendation; praise; official approval
arbitrary
not restrained or limited in exercising power; ruling by absolyte authority; dictatorial; marked by or resulting from the unrestrained or tyrannical use of power
censure
critizice harshly; find fault with; blame
flimsy
lacking strength or solidity; weak; inadequate
ingenious
clever; original;inventive; resourceful; conceived or done in an original or clever manner
libel
injure a person's reputation by a false statement, printed or written: give an unflattering or damaging picture of; defame
resent
feel or show annoyance or indignation at (a person or act)
tedious
tiresome because of length or dullness: wearisome: boring
vain
excessively proud of one's looks or abilities; conceited