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Quixotic
idealistic and totally impractical
IDIOTIC
Aspire
something one hopes to acheive; goal
DESIRE/RETIRE
Elapse
to pass or go by (said of time)
COLLAPSE
Amenable
agreeable, responsible to authority, pleasant, willing to give in to the wishes of another
MEAN BULL
Precarious
unsafe, unsteady, unstable
CARRY US
Dissolution
the breaking up into parts; termination of a legal bond or contract
SOLUTION
Disperse
to scatter in various directions; distribute widley
PURSE
Fraught
teeming with; laden; full; incolcing; accompanied by
CAUGHT
Aggrandize
to exxagerate, to cause to appear greater in power, influence
GRAND EYES
Languish
to become weak or feeble; sag with loss of strength
LAND FISH
Antecedent
going before; preceding; an occurence or event preceding another
HAND SEED
Forsake
to abandon, to give up, to renounce
FOUR SNAKES
Insouciant
calm and carefree; lighthearted
SOUTH SEA ANT
Prowess
exceptional skill and bravery
PROWLER
Generalize
general rather than specific; to form a general conclusion
GENERAL'S EYES
Pique
irritation, resentment stemming from wounded pride; also to arouse curiosity
PEEK
Lethargy
laziness, tiredness; languor
LEPORS'S TEA
Callow
immature and inexperienced
SHALLOW
Mores
costumary cultural standerds; moral attitudes, manners, habits
MORE A's
Quirk
a peculiarity of behanior; an unaccountable act or event
JERK
Catharsis
an emotional or psychological cleansing that brings relief or renewal
CATS AND HORSES
Pique
irritation, resentment stemming from wounded pride; also to arouse curiosity
PEEK
Lethargy
laziness, tiredness; languor
LEPORS'S TEA
Callow
immature and inexperienced
SHALLOW
Mores
costumary cultural standerds; moral attitudes, manners, habits
MORE A's
Quirk
a peculiarity of behanior; an unaccountable act or event
JERK
Catharsis
an emotional or psychological cleansing that brings relief or renewal
CATS AND HORSES