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opposite of dull and blunt
acute
strong feeling such as love
passion
little by little
gradually
pay careful attention to
observe
a large bird
vulture
to think up or imagine
conceive
seek information about
inquire
the purpose or aim
object
possessing insight
›{–â[ profound
to annoy
vex
a distaste or dislike for something
aversion
one that is held prisoner
captive
meeting or conference
council ‹c˜ð
to lose courage, to horrify
dismay
time just before dark
dusk
having nothing inside, empty
hollow
to lower one's pride or self-respect
humiliate
to have strong disgust for; hate
loathing
a young tree
sapling
not often; rarely
seldom
fearful, troubled or worried
anxious
noisy n confused excitement
commotion
hopeless, reckless
desperate
extreme annoyance; irritation; anger
exasperation
attract very strongly
fascinate
conclude or guess or to bring together; collect
gather
to argue earnestly; to beg
plead
to find fault with; to scold
reproach
to be like or similar to
resemble
tricky; cunning
sly
excited or disturbed condition
agitation
intense pain of mind or body
agony
hand, arm or body motion to express an idea
gesture
dark, dim
gloomy
low spirits, sadness, gloom
melancholy
certain to die
mortal I—LˆêŽ€
art of sailing a ship, airplane, tec
navigation
the determination ŒˆS
resolution
person who watches
spectator
not clear, indefinite
vague