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torrential
resembling a massive downpour of water
repose
a state of mental peace; freedom from anxiety or unrest
burly
very stocky and muscled
narrator
the person telling a particular story
exotic
from a foreign land OR excitingly unusual and strange
scampered
to run quickly and lightly
foolhardy
reckless and rash; bold without thinking
fend
to hold off, especially an attack OR to attempt to manage
audible
loud enough to be heard
blasé
bored or uninterested due to constant exposure
indifferent
showing no concern or interest; not caring one way or the other OR neither good nor bad, just so-so
murmured
to speak in a low voice; to speak unclearly
lope
to run using long, easy strides
drench
to soak thoroughly
saturated
to fill or load to capacity; to soak thoroughly
gridlock
a complete stop of all traffic on a road; a complete halt in activity
jabber
to speak rapidly but without making much sense; to chatter
jostle
to bump or come into contact with roughly while you're in motion
muster
to bring together into one place; to call to come together, to summon
linger
to be slow in leaving or acting
panhandler
a person who begs for handouts or money on the street
scuffle
a rough, unorganized fight in close quarters
skulk
to creep around so that no one notices you
rubble
fragments of material left after a building collapses or is destroyed
awry
turned or twisted out of shape
catastrophe
disaster, misfortune, mishap, failure or fiasco
balk
to stop in the middle of something and refuse to proceed
stench
a very unpleasant smell
decompose
to decay and rot; to break up into smaller, simpler pieces
curdle
to spoil or turn sour OR to thicken into clumps
congeal
to thicken, to change from a liquid to a solid
pungent
a sharp, biting smell or taste
rancid
having a nasty smell or taste due to rotting
horrid
extremely offensive; causing terror and disgust
giddy
dizzy; feeling an unsteady, whirling sensation OR excited and light-headed
chide
to scold
folly
a lack of good judgement; stupidity and foolishness
prototype
the first example of an object or idea, upon which later models are based
combustion
the act of burning
indignant
feeling angry or upset about a perceived injustice or wrongdoing
crucial
of the greatest importance; highly decisive
exasperate
to irritate greatly; to make impatient or angry
melodrama
a play, book, or movie characterized by exaggerated emotions and feelings; behavior or actions full of exaggerated emotions and feelings
intrigued
a secret plot or scheme OR to fascinate and excite curiosity
celestial
having to do with the stars or sky
indignant
feeling angry or upset about a perceived injustice or wrongdoing
crucial
of the greatest importance; highly decisive
exasperate
to irritate greatly; to make impatient or angry
melodrama
a play, book, or movie characterized by exaggerated emotions and feelings; behavior or actions full of exaggerated emotions and feelings
intrigue
a secret plan or scheme OR to fascinate and excite curiosity
celestial
having to do with the stars or the sky
analysis
the process of separating something into smaller parts to better understand the properties of the object as a whole
nautical
related to ships or sailing
quaint
unfamiliar and odd OR odd in an old-fashioned way
gibberish
speech or writing that makes no sense; crazy talk
rivalry
a competition between two parties
exorbitant
far beyond customary levels or bounds
invariable
always the same, never changing
vantage
having a superior position or state of events OR an advantage of some kind
peddler
someone who travels around selling goods
hoopla
excitement and confusion
confound
to puzzle, confuse, or bewilder
mystify
to confuse or stump
bewilder
to confuse greatly
parch
to make thirsty and dry, usually by intense heat
tarpaulin
a waterproof piece of fabric used to cover and protect something from getting wet
laden
weighed down with a heavy load; burdened
provisions
stockpiles of food or other supplies OR measures taken to prepare for a certain event
shrill
high-pitched and piercing
multilingual
able to speak more than one language well
bloat
to swell up
retrospect
the review of a past event; hindsight
shard
a fragment, often of glass or metal OR a broken piece of pottery like those found at archeological digs
sidle
to walk or move sideways; to move in a quiet, sneaky way
penicillin
a compound found in a kind of mold that is used to cure a variety of bacterial diseases
prudent
sensible in handling common matters; level-headed and wise OR careful about your own conduct; cautious
interval
the amount of time between two events; the space between two things
loom
to come into view, usually in a threatening way; to stand over someone threateningly
glare
to stare angrily OR to shine very brightly OR a long, angry stare OR a bright, blinding light
foreboding
a feeling that something bad is about to happen
cackle
to laugh in a high-pitched, unpleasant manner
diabolical
concerning the devil; evil or wicked
dread
a large amount of fear
What is a Jason Chiang.
Childish Race of Human Being, and is obsessed with Pokemon Pearls and always calling his friend Kenny on the phone driving his family crazy 24/7
A very strange kind of human.