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harbinger(n/v)
(n)An indication of the approach of something or someone
(v)foreshadow or foretell
nuzzle(v)
cuddle
tardy(adj)
After the expected or usual time; delayed
"tardy children are sent to the principal"; "always tardy in making dental appointments"
ogle(v)
Look at with amorous intentions
amorous(adj)
1.Inclined toward or displaying love
2.Expressive of or exciting sexual love or romance
postulate(v)
1.propose
2.ask; call for; demand;
euphony(n)
pleasant sounds
olfactory(adj)
concerned with the sense of smell
potable(adj)
suitable for drinking
rotund(adj)
1.Spherical in shape
2.(of sounds) full and rich
3.Excessively fat
buttress (n/v)
(n)A support usually of stone or brick; supports the wall of a building
(v)Reinforce with a buttress; bolster
delineation(n)
1.A graphic or vivid verbal description
2.A drawing of the outlines of forms or objects
3.Representation by drawing or painting etc
idiosyncrasy(n)
A behavioral attribute that is distinctive and peculiar to an individual
libertarian(n)
someone who opposes tyranny
potent(adj)
1.Having the power to influence or convince; cogent
2. strong
ruminate(v)
ponder; think over
transcirbe(v)
1.Write out from speech, notes, etc.
2.Rewrite in a different script
allay(v)
1.Lessen the intensity of or calm; assuage
2.Satisfy (thirst)
byline(n)
the line that tells you who wrote an article
ruse(n)
A deceptive maneuver (especially to avoid capture)