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requisite
necessary
requite
to repay either good or evil to, as to a preson
restive
resisting control
resistive. resisting anything that appears stiff
retinue
the grop of people who accompany an important person during travels
revinue
revenue of an important person sticking out of his pockets
ribald
indulging in or manifesting coarse indecency or obscenity
like laughing about baldness
or like when the speaking went overboard to laugh at lou engle
riscible
capable of exciting laughter
like irresistable
ruffian
a lawless or recklessly brutal fellow
ruff
ruminate
To chew over again, as food previously swallowed
reminisce
sagacious
Able to discern and distinguish with wise perception.
salacious
having strong sexual desires
salient
standing out prominently
and silently
sanguine
cheerfully confident
like a penguin
sardonic
scornfully or bitterly sarcastic
someone poured vinegar into the can of sardines
satiate
to satisfy desires of
satyr
a very lascivious person
usually happens on saturday
scintilla
the faintest ray
scintillating
sinecure
Any position having emoluments with few or no duties.
secure
enough time for a manicure
sinuous
curving in and out
inside sinus cavity of person
skiff
Usually, a small light boat propelled by oars.
skipping around
boat skirting around the skirts of the shore
somniferous
tending to produce sleep
somnia
somnolent
sleepy
sonorous
resonant
sonor
sophistry
Reasoning sound in appearance only, especially when designedly deceptive.
only sophisticated people do this
specious
plausible
spec (ulate)
stanch
to stop the flowing of, to check
staunch
the stance of stopping somthing
supercilious
exhibiting haughty and careless contempt
contempt about something super silly
supernumerary
superfluous
numerous, full of fluid
surfeit
to feed to fullness or to satiety
a person becomes not so fit if he eats all the time (above fit)
sur (above) feit to feed all these people to fullness
sybarite
a luxurious person
house in cyber space
sycophant
a servile flatterer, especially of those in authority or influence
"psycho"
termerity
foolhardy disregard of danger; recklessness
one who has a temper
timorous
lacking courage
timothy
torrid
excessively hot
torrent of hot winds
travestry
a grotesque imitation
can you imagine a tapestry of Mona lisa? It would look more like a travestry
turbid
in state of turmoil, muddled
turbulent
turgid
swollen
turpitude
depravity
turtle inpit
tyro
One slightly skilled in or acquainted with any trade or profession.
imagine a court jester in cyro egypt who has a tyring turban
ubiquitous
Being present everywhere. the what is ominous?
ulterior
not so pertinent as something else to the matter spoken of.
umbrage
a sense of injury
abrasion
unctuous
oily
uncle has an oily head
unto us a son is given, the wise men gave Jesus some oily spices
undulate
to move like a wave or in waves
unduly motionful