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A saying that sets forth a general truth and that has gained credit through long use.
Adage
A fortress in a commanding position in or near a city.
Citadel
To work together.
Collaborate
To push or shove.
Jostle
One who hangs back or is a straggler.
Laggard
An expression of praise or approval.
Plaudits
Overfilled or overcrowded.
Congested
Cautiously, with great care.
Gingerly
To honor
Venerate
Immoral, lewd, or playful.
wanton
Bold
Audacious
To urge on or provoke.
Instigate
To disable
Incapacitate
One's point of view.
Perspective
Great in size, proper amount
Prodigious
Relating to, or having something to do with a certain topic.
Relevant
A long narrow pillow or cushion
Bolster
Trivial; inappropriately silly
Frivolous
To preoccupy intensely or abnormally
Obsess
A projecting part
Promontory
Anxious or concerned, eager
solicitous
The remainder of something
Residue
Likely
Prone
A ghostly figure or spector
Apparition
To affirm or reassure.
Assert
Scorn
Disdain
humorous
Facetious
Unable to be heard.
Inaudible
Unselective, random
Indiscriminate
Morally correct
Ethical
Believable
Plausible
Wastefully extravagant
Prodigal
To make clear
articulate
To take great pleasure or satisfaction
Bask
An imperfection
Defect
having a friendly disposition
Genial
To implant firmly
Instill
To exclude
ostracize
To purify; rid of sin
Purge
To withhold information in an impressive manner
retentive
A quality or charactaristic
Attribute
A rule or principle of law
Doctrine
Worn, exhausted or gaunt
Haggard
A place of joining or conjunction
Juncture
Inclined to injure in unfair means
Predatory
Gaudy/cheap in nature or appearance.
Tawdry
To take upon
assuming
To roll the body about lazily
wallow