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unfriendly, distant or forthcoming, either in a physical or emotional manner
aloof
undergoing extreme mental or physical discomfort
anguish
a rise in price or value
appreciate
1) to arrest for a crime or wrong doing
2) to anticipate with anxiety
3) to sieze an idea
apprehend
to be hostile and aggressive
belligerent
to be puzzled, bewildered or confused
bemused
easily liable to shatter without much force applied
brittle
a feeling of satisfaction with yourself or your achievements-- showing satisfaction with yourself of your achievements, oblivious of the consequences
complacency, complacent
twisted or bent out of regular form
contorted
done consciously and for a purpose
deliberate
ridicule or mockery-- to display contempt for or to ridicule
derision, deride
a card game for 4 players
euchre
streaked with grey
grizzled
grasping power or authority without proper justification (commanding)
imperious
anger or annoyance becuase you think something is unfair
indignation, indignant
a place where things join
juncture
to calm anger or anxiety
mollify
a lack of variety, diversity or interest, tediousness
monotony
sullen and poorly tempered
morose
marked with spots or spurts of color
mottled
giving an impression of something bad about to happen
ominous
a dramatic form of entertainment where performers use gestures with music
pantomime
sounding sad or depressed
plaintive
eager or please to argue, fight or quarrle
pugnacious
to enjoy greatly, savor
relish
deserving of punishment
reprehensible
to feel a sense of deep respect or admiration for something
revere
anangry or bad tempered expression
scowl
the state or situation of being alone
Soledad (solititue)
stuff, or unnatural, pompous or arrogant
stilted
a place where things join
juncture
to calm anger or anxiety
mollify
a lack of variety, diversity or interest, tediousness
monotony
sullen and poorly tempered
morose
marked with spots or spurts of color
mottled
giving an impression of something bad about to happen
ominous
a dramatic form of entertainment where performers use gestures with music
pantomime
sounding sad or depressed
plaintive
eager or please to argue, fight or quarrle
pugnacious
to enjoy greatly, savor
relish
deserving of punishment
reprehensible
to feel a sense of deep respect or admiration for something
revere
anangry or bad tempered expression
scowl
the state or situation of being alone
Soledad (solititue)
stuff, or unnatural, pompous or arrogant
stilted