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named; baptized
christened
bordering; connecting
contiguous
a bitter criticism
diatribe
disrespectful
impudent
sternly decisive
peremptory
inclinations or traits
proclivities
easy to notice
prominent
drowsy
somnolent
furtive; secretive
stealthy
secretly
surreptitiously
foolishly
fatuously
sparkling
glittering
to argue
haggle
vain; arrogant
haughty
a badge or emblem
insignia
without energy
listlessly
full of light
luminous
promptness
punctuality
of great size
stupendous
phony; slimy
unctuous
excessive flattery
adulation
very noisy
boisterous
dejected
disconsolate
excessive
exorbitant
the whole range of something
gamut
too small to notice
imperceptible
without stopping
incessantly
a very poor person
pauper
successful; flourishing
prosperous
an annoyance
vexation
esteem; respect
admiration
boastful defiance
bravado
to cause to feel self-concious
embarrass
excitedly
enthusiastically
mysterious
esoteric
trivial; unimportant
insignificant
deep in thought
meditative
a low roof wall
parapet
steadfast; determined
persistent
unemotional; calm
stolid
the face
countenanace
a lack of courage
cowardice
behavior or dress
decorum
frenzied
delirious
decay
dissolution
black
ebony
bizzare
grotesque
entrance
ingress
trembling; fearful
tremulous
pleasing to the senses
voluptuous
sovereign rule or authority
dominion
able to be eaten
edible
extremely funny
hilarious
a convulsion; spasm
paroxysm
inclined to complain
querulous
to cause to agree
reconcile
disgrace; shame
reproach
expensive; lavish
sumptuous
a shaking
tremor
one of a kind
unique
a sensation-deadening drug
anesthetic
lacking in courage
craven
worried and tense
distraught
the final scene
epilogue
in a sly or indirect manner
insinuatingly
deadly; destructive
malignant
courage; spirit
mettle
a wild uproar
pandemonium
reserved; quiet
taciturn
to go across
traverse