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lassitude
lack of vitality or energy
just sit there
levee
an embankment beside a river or stream or an arm of the sea, to prevent overflow
imagine a levitated boundary
levity
frivolity
lifted up to the point of rediculous
rediculous people sitting on top of the evee laughing
libel
defamation
labeled
licentious
wanton
lien
a legal claim or hold on property, as security for a debt or charge
the lion holds this
listless
inattentive
lithe
supple
with life, whip the supple together
(chocolate pudding)
malaise
a condition of uneasiness or ill-being
malays during the political turmoil
malcontent
one who is dissatisfied with state of affairs
maudin
foolishly and tearfully affectionate
sounds like a din
when fake mourners cry on the streets
mawkish
sickening or insipid
only happens when they are sick: process by which a hawk becomes a cat
mellifluous
sweetly or smoothly flowing
melody plus flowing
mendicant
a beggar
mend the cant of a beggar's speech
meretricious
alluring by false or caudy show
no merit in the tricky show
mettlesome
having courage or spirit
mien
the external appearance or manner of a person
chinese for face
miscreant
a villian
miscreated
modicum
a small or token amount
molt
to cast off, as hair, feathers
monomiania
the unreasonable pursuit of one idea
morbid
caused by Caused by or denoting a diseased or unsound condition of body or mind.
mordant
biting
how to make a dent that is morbid-like
moribund
on the point of dying
bound to being morbid
multifarious
having great diversity or variety
multi - fair
munificent
extraordinarily generous
muni - ficent
nadir
the lowest point
in the well
nefarious
wicked in the extreme
ne by far
ne - farious
noisome
very offensive smell
a person doing nostrum under the bridgeis noisome
nostrum
any scheme or recipe of a charlatan character
strum the nose
nugatory
having no power or force