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unconcious
not able to feel or think
mythology
the study of myths relating to a particular person
consecutive
following one right after another
badgered
to be annoyed and teased; to bother and question persistently
hypnotize
to cast a spell over or to cause a person to sleep
careen
to put a ship or boat on land to repair
malinger
to pretend to be sick in order to escape work or duty
independent
not influenced by others; one who thinks or acts for themselves
cavorted
to jump around or prance about
carburetors
Part of gasoline engine of an automobile
quizzical
teasing, mocking, odd, comical
colossal
Gigantic;huge size
canopy
a covering fixed over a bed or an entrance
mispronounce
to pronounce incorrectly
civilized
showing good manners within your culture
plagues
a thing or person that torments, annoys, troubles or offends
precisely
exactly defined or stated
swoon
to faint
ogle
to look at with desire
adopt
to approve or accept
compartment
to separate division of section or anything
persuassion
to believe or win over
optimistic
inclined to look on the bright side of things
amnesia
loss of memory caused by injury to the brain or by disease or shock
gorges
a deep narrow valley usually steep and rocky
lentil
a small flat bean like seed which is eaten as a veg. in soups
prejudgments
to make judgements without knowing all the facts
mischievous
causing trouble or harm, full of pranks
psychiatric
a treatment of mental and emotional disorders
astonish
a great surprise; amaze
treacherous
not to be trusted; not faithful; disloyal
unadulterated
pure; immature
miscellaneous
things that cannot be classified
dormitory
a building with many rooms for sleeping or living in
coincidence
when an action occurs at the same time without planning
braille
a system of writing for the blind that uses characters made up of raised dots
analyze
to separate ideas or thought into parts for specific understanding
corpse
a dead body
symbolize
to represent or stand for
version
a description from a particular point of view
extensive
considerably far reaching; broad
ghastly
horrible, shocking, gruesome
nonchalantly
without enthusiasm or excitement
complicated
difficult to understand or explain
occasional
happening only once in a while
monitor
to maintain order and to keep everyone on task
gurgle
a bubbling sound
legitimate
allowed or admitted by law; acceptable
metallic
consisting of metal
reluctantly
one who is slow to act or react because they are unwilling
geyser
a spring that spouts a fountain or jet of hot water or steam into the air
desperately
with extreme hope or intensity
rehearsed
to practice by repetition
pious
sacred; showing loyalty for a person towards religion or a thing
berserk
to become violently angry or to be in a wild fury
grotesque
very odd in shape, appearance and manner; ridiculous
receptionist
a person employed to receive calls
maneuver
to move or manipulate skillfully
reassurance
to gain or restore courage and confidence
obviously
easily seen or understood; very clear
plummet
to plunge or drop
abandon
to give up entirely; to desert
despair
a dreadful feeling that good will never happen; loss of hope