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41 Cards in this Set

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Perpetual
Continuing forever
everlasting
continual
Idly
inactive
lazy
vain
occasional
occurring, appearing or taken at regular or infrequent intervals
muted
to reduce the sound of
to tone down - soften, subdue
desperate
having lost hope
suffering extreme need
musty
moldy
stale
loomed
to take shape in an impending occurance
to appear in a great or exaggerated form
murky
foggy
misty
dark
obscure
rasping
to rub with something rough
irritate
scrape
serenely
calm
free of storms
listlessness
lack of interest, energy or spirit
scowled
to contract the brow in an expression of displeasure
suave
smooth
sophisticated
pummeling
pounding
beating
loped
run along with a long, easy gait
lapsed
to fall from a high level
sink or slip
to go out of existence
bustling
to move briskly
busily
tension
stress
tautness
annoyed
disturbed
irritated
harassed
bothered
quiver
shake with a vibrating motion
exhausted
tired
used up completely
casually
informally
occurring without regularity
valise
suitcase
gaunt
lean
marquee
sign over the entrance of a theater
seedy
shabby
rundown
inferior in condition
jostled
collided with
came into contact with
meek
mild
submissive
dignified
having dignity
being worthy of esteem, respect
peered
to look intently at
preliminary
something that goes before something else
mimicked
copied
simulated
smirk
smile in a smug manner
vague
not clearly expressed or defined
pursuit
act of chasing
trying to gain something
a hobby or activity done regularly
sullen
dismal
gloomy
sad
veered
swerved off course
turned
vaulted
leaped over
mocking
to ridicule
jeer
make fun of
reeling
thrown off balance as if from a blow
swaggered
walk with an air of overconfidence
bragged
boasted