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A flowing in: a mass arrival or incoming
influx
to tel of or indicate beforehand; predict
foretell
suggestive of or afflicted with insanity. Characterized by excessive enthusiasm or excitement.
maniacal
a snorting, joyful laugh or chuckle
chortle
to prattle and chatter unintelligibly. unintelligible or foolish talk.
gibber
lacking all memory; forgetful. Lacking conscious awareness; unmindful
oblivious
an actual or supposed circumstance regarded as just cause for protest. A complaint or protestation based on such a circumstance
grievance
to plunge into liquid; immerse. To wet throughly; drench
douse
having great weight. Unwieldy from weight or bulk
ponderous
a deceptive stratagem or device.
subterfuge
leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution.
abscond
having fallen into a state of disrepair or deterioration, as through neglect; broken-down and shabby.
dilapidated
a great flood. a heavy downpour. something that overwhelms as if by a great flood.
deluge
to inflict a punishment or penalty in return for; revenge. To take vengeance on behalf of
avenge
pleasing and wholesome in appearance; attractive
comely
to postpone or cancel the punishment of. to bring relief to . Postponement or cancellation of a punishment.
reprieve
to oppose or resist with boldness and assurance. to refuse to submit to or cooperate with. to challenge or dare to do something.
defy
extremely attractive
ravishing
a state of violent mental agitation or wild excitement. temporary madness or delirium
frenzy
to prevent the occurrence, realization, or attainment of. a seat across a boat on which a rower may sit.
thwart
strong, energetic, and active in mind or body;
vigorous
a bringing or coming to an end
cessation
to restore to good health or useful life.
rehabilitate
overly self-assertive or self-confident.
cocky
one who instinctively or habitually doubts, questions, or disagrees with assertions or generally accepted conclusions.
skeptic