(adjective) Old and decaying; dilapidated due to age and neglect.
(noun) A violent altercation in a public place that disturbs the peace.
(noun) The look on someone's face; a facial expression.
(adverb) To come "hither" is to come here, or to come toward this place.
(adjective) Scandalously corrupt; flagrantly criminal and villianous.
(adjective) Handled with care and with adroit precision.
(adjective) Unpredictably whimsical; impulsive; volatie; could be a loose cannon or merely quirkily flighty. A capricious person is prone to quick, moody changes in temperment.
(adjective) A distinctively pungent smelling scent; something that carries an acute smell.
(noun) Allegedly endowed with the ability to predict character actions based on facial characteristics.
(preposition and adverb) An archaic term synonymous to "between."
(verb) To applaud, recommend, or honor publically.
(noun) The inherent temperament, philosophical outlook, or habitual tendencies of a person.
(adjective) Fair-minded and impartial; uninfluenced by the idea of personal advancement or gain.
(Not to be confused with uninterested, which means having a lack of interest.)
(adjective) An inability to be managed or properly disciplined.
(adjective) Settled firmly in an idea or practice, or established by a long continuence of a habit.
(verb) To have a good or bad effect or result on a person due to an event.
(adjective) Dauntless in the exhibition of courage or bravery.
(noun) A person obsessively concerned with details; a teacher known for displaying one's academic knowledge to an inappropriate extent.
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