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licentious
without moral restraint;defaint;of normal rules; lewd
lascivious
allegation
an unproven allegation; assertion; or charge of guilt
teem
to be overflowing; to abound w/; to be full of
licentious
without moral restraint;defaint;of normal rules; lewd
lascivious
allegation
an unproven allegation; assertion; or charge of guilt
teem
to be overflowing; to abound w/; to be full of
licentious
without moral restraint;defaint;of normal rules; lewd
lascivious
allegation
an unproven allegation; assertion; or charge of guilt
teem
to be overflowing; to abound w/; to be full of
temporal
limited by time; transitory secular or civil rather than religious or spiritual
temporize
to comply w/ the time and occasion; to yield to current opinion; to stall for time, to compromise
tenable
able to be maintained or held; defendable
tortuous
twisting; winding; turning; not direct or straight-forward
trajectory
the arc which marks the path of an object the is hurled or fired
transcend
to go beyond or rise above in degree or excellence
transient
moving from place to place;
not permanent; brief; one or something that stops temporarily
nomad nomadic
tenet
a major belief or idea; a recognized principle
dogma
improvised
made up w/out preparatory; provided offhand; performed extemporaneously
tenuous
very thin or fine; flimsy; insubstantial
emaciated
wasted away from lack of nourishment; extremely thin
haggard
tenurse
a period of time during which something is held or kept; the right or act of possessing
stringent
requiring very close compliance; strict; rigid; severe