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1. A gaseous or vaporous emission, especially a foul-smelling one.
1. Cheerless, dreary.
2. Seemingly beyond consolation; inconsolable.
A container to hold or display religious relics.
1. (transitive) To disembowel, to remove the Viscera(guts).
2. (transitive) To destroy or make ineffectual or meaningless.
To remove those parts of text considered offensive, vulgar, or otherwise unseemly.
Away from the direction from which the wind is blowing downwind.
1. A large group of animals, in particular quail.
2. A large group or collection.
an ardent longing, as for something lost.
(In) no way, (in) no manner, Definitely not.
1. Something given in exhange for goods or services rendered.
2. A payment for work done; wages, salary, emolument.
1. The gentle or kind exercise of power; leniency, mercy; compassion in judging or punishing.
2. (now rare) Mildness of weather.
(rhetoric) Feigning disinterest in something while actually desiring it.
(derogatory slang) People who unquestioningly accept as true whatever their political leaders say or who adopt
popular opinion as their own without scrutiny.
To beat into shape with a hammer.
(organic chemistry) A glycoprotein with anticoagulant properties, found in the saliva in bats.
(Wicca) Naked outdoors.
1.(transitive) To apply a leech medicinally, so that it sucks blood from the patient.
2.(transitive) To drain (resources) without giving back.
A fine point in exactness of conduct, ceremony, or procedure. Strictness in observance of formalities.
1. a fall in which one lands on the buttocks, often regarded as comical or humiliating.
2. a humiliating blunder or defeat