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adjective
sorrowful, grieving
dolorous
dol
noun
a speech or dramatic scene spoken by one person or one actor
monologue
log
noun
a long life, long duration
longevity
ev
noun
great destruction of life, huge slaughter
carnage
carn
adjective
passing quickly from one topic to another
discursive
curs
noun
a feeling of extreme well-being or great elation
euphoria
eu
noun
hastily and carelessly done
cursory
curs
adjective
generous and noble especially in forgiving
magnanimous
magnus
the greatest single work of an artist, writer, or composer
magnum opus
magnus
noun
a speech in praise of someone, usually of someone who has died
eulogy
log
adjective
of or belonging to the middle ages, informal
medieval
ev
noun
a new word, usage or expression
neologism
log
adjective
representing the essence or the perfect example of something
quintessential
bonus
noun
a pwerful or influential person
magnate
magnus
adjective
belonging to the first or earliest age, original
primeval
ev
adjective
happening at the same time
concurrent
curr
verb
to express sympathy or sorrow
condole
dol
adjective
meat eating or flesh eating
carnivorous
carn
noun
greatness in size or extent
magnitude
magnus
noun
one that goes before and indicates the coming of another
precursor
curr
noun
the use of an agreeable or inoffensive word or expression in place of one that might offend
euphemism
eu