Word A Days

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Full of restrained joy or enthusiasm
To pound, crush, or grind to powder/dust
To praise highly; glorify
Marked by the ability to recover quickly, as from misfortune
A state of alarm
Full of fun and good cheer
A false or mistaken idea
The examination of one's own thoughts and feelings
Talkative; given to excessive or continual talking
Having an oddly dreamlike quality; unreal
General view; summary
Chatty, informal; conversational slang
A short expression or guiding principle
Exceeding what is sufficient or necessary
Being an essential and indispensable part of a whole; made up from, or formed of parts that constitute a unity
Widespread destruction; devastation
Lack of feeling or emotion
Lasting for eternity
One that presages or foreshadows what is to come
No longer in use; out of date
To produce; to cause; to stimulate
Emitting or reflecting light; lucid
Inclination to think or feel alike
To dislike intently, to regard with horror
To take more time than necessary
To grow together; fuse
Easily understood; mentally clear; rational
Personal charm
Having substance and point; succinct
Lacking originality; predictable; common
Too evident to be doubted
To pass beyond; to exceed; to surpass
Not readily ruled, disciplined, or managed
Certain to be successful
To escape
Full of spirit; spunky; prepared to stand and fight
To disperse or drive away
Skillful deceit; a trick
Having no flaws; perfect; not capable of sin
To cause to become less harsh or hostile
Devoted, constant in application, diligent
Capable of being appreciated or felt by the sense of touch
Showy, pretentious display
Emptied or lacking content
Highly excited with strong emotion
An ideal example of; typical form
Very well suited or expressed
Hard to please; picky
To badger or annoy, as with questions, comments, or gibers
Understanding, being aware or sensitive to, and experiencing similar feelings or emotions
Charitable good nature
Impulsive; erratic; spontaneous
Promising success
To last a very short time
To share one's feelings or emotions with enthusiasm
To rejoice greatly; be jubilant
To move back or away from a limit, degree, point, or mark
To reduce in amount, degree, or intensity
The fall of the voice at the end of a sentence; rhythm; the close of a musical passage or phrase; pace; tempo

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