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noun: proverb: wise saying
adage
noun: a rich mass of oar in a mine: something very valuable, profitable or rewardiung: a source of wealth or prosperity: a very large amount: sudden profit or gain
bananza
Adjective: lacking politeness or good manners: lacking sensitivity: difficult to work with or deal with: rude
Churlish
Noun: a fortress that overlooks and protects a city: any strong or commanding place
Citadel
Verb: to work with, work together
Collaborate
Noun: an order having the force of law:
Verb: to issue such an order: to command furmly or forcefully
Decree
Adjective: disagreeable in sound, jarring, lacking in harmony, conflicting
discordant
Verb: to develop gradually: to rise to a higher level
evolve
noun: a passage taken from a book, article, etc.
Verb: to take such a passage: to quote
excerpt
Verb: to feel about hesitantly with the hands: to search blindly and uncertainly
Grope
Verb: to float or hang suspended over: to move back and forth uncertainly over or around
hover
verb: to make or force one's way by pushing or elbowing: to bump, shove, brush against, to compete for
jostle
noun (plural); applause; enthusiastic praise or approval
plaudits
Verb; to make immpossible, prevent, shut out
preclude
Verb; to return, go back
revert
noun; broken stone or bricks; ruins
rubble
adjective; for or relating to a slace; behaving like or suitable for a slace or a servant, menial; lacking spirit or independence, abjectly submissive
servile
noun; a watch, especially at night; any period of watchful attention
vigil
verb; to quarrel or argue in a noisy, angry way; to obtain by argument; to herd
Noun; a noisy quarrel
wrangle
noun: a person who moves slowly or falls behind
adjective; falling behind, slow to move, act, or respond
laggard