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impressively great in size, force, or extent; extraordinary; marvelous
to give up voluntarily; to relinquish; to refrain from insisting on or enforcing
to bring to an end or halt
The study of the nature, structure, and variation of language
to develop or achieve gradually
hateful or mocking laughter; ridicule
Tending to vary often or widely, as in price; subject to wide variaton; inconstant; tending toward violence; explosive; evaporating readily at normal temperatures and pressures
having a tendency; inclined; likely to do or have something
to request earnestly; to implore or beg
(noun) something false and empty that is presented as genuine; a fake (adjective) not genuine; fake (verb) to put on the false appearance of; to feign
the amount of goods assigned to a person; an allotment; a number or percentage, especially of people, that represents an upper limit or required minimum
impossible to comprehend or grasp fully; so unlikely as to be thought impossible
to come together at the same point from different directions; to meet
(noun) a question; an inquiry (verb) to question, often with doubt
responsible; required to answer for one's actions; explainable
(verb) to guess; to draw a conclusion without sufficient evidence (noun) a guess; a conclusion drawn without sufficient evidence
required or commanded by authority
to cancel or reverse an order or policy
the act of going along with a request, demand, or rule; obedience
quick and skillful
lacking skill or judgement; incompetent; clumsy
to reject scornfully
to clear of guilt or blame; to relieve from a requirement or obligation
to discover or determine with certainty, especially through examination or experimentation
the act of escaping or avoiding by cleverness or deceit
unoriginal and commonplace; trite
to urge with gentle repeated appeals, teasing, or flattery; to wheedle
to avoid, especially on moral or practical grounds; to abstain from
of or related to the brain; appealing to or requiring the use of intelect; intellectual
a marked change in form, character, or function; a transformation
too small to measure or calculate
to strive to equal or excel, especially through imitation; to approach or achieve equality with; to compete with sucessfully
of or related to the language of the common people; crude; indecent; offensively excessive in the display of one's self or one's worth
comeradeship; lighthearted good will

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