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  • Ferocity

    fierceness

    Portly

    stout

    Sheepishly

    with a bashful or embarrassed look

    Copious

    Abundant; plentiful

    Evasive

    tending to avoid

    Foray

    a trip to an unknown area

    Languish

    lose or lack vitality; grow weak or feeble

    Barren

    Empty

    Frail

    weak

    Adjoining

    next to each other

    Feverishly

    Showing agitation, excitement or relentlessness

    Ghastly

    horrible

    Novelty

    Something new

    Chafe

    to wear or irritate, often through rubbing or friction

    Contour

    Shape or outline of a shape

    Gaunt

    thin and bony

    Winced

    to draw back or tense the body, as from pain or from a blow; start; flinch.

    Agile

    Able to move quickly and easily

    Dismay

    To discourage

    Vile

    Extremely unpleasant

    Cynically

    doubtfully; skeptically

    Insolently

    In a rude, insulting way

    Raucous

    (adj.) loud, boisterous (Sarah's neighbors called the cops when her house party got too raucous.)

    Venerable

    respected because of age

    Fester

    rankle; produce irritation or resentment; (of a cut or wound) generate pus or rot; Ex. His insult festered in my mind for days.

    Fray

    a fight

    Cohort

    colleague; associate; partner

    Hustle

    move or cause to move energetically or busily

    Impasse

    blocked path; dilemma with no solution

    Aroma

    smell

    Trance

    hypnotic state; ecstatic state; detachment from one's physical surrounding (as in contemplation or daydreaming); CF. transition

    Beckon

    to signal or summon, as by nodding or waving

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