a thing or someone that has been followed or replaced by another
a thick patch of shrubbery, small trees, or underbrush
to speak or complain in a weak way
an act, statement, or gift that is intended to show gratitude and respect
when something is extremely large or great, especially in scale or degree i.e. suffering
to distribute or spread something over a wide area
to relax and enjoy oneself
Cryptic and difficult for the average person to understand.
Reacting abruptly and suddenly and usually conveying a sense of unfriendliness.
A spirit characterized by a sense of being carefree and joyous.
Abundant bushy vegetation often found in regions with very dry climate conditions.
A typically short-lived mental state characterized by a state of confusion and occasionally accompanied by hallucinations and fever.
An outlaw on the run in the Old West.
In a state of disrepair after prolonged periods of intense use and abandonment.
Excessively attentive to the smallest details in a way verging into obsessive compulsive disorder.
A state of agitated nervousness.
A hodgepodge or mishmash of various objects.
Notaby lacking in intellectual capacity.
A manner or appearance that is stern or unsettling to others.
When the power of locomotion or forward progression has been hampered or obstructed.
Expression a lack of concern or sympathy toward someone or an idea or concept.
An indication toward understanding or comprehension.
Prone to becoming angry in a very short time over concerns of little consequence.
A case of extreme embarrassed or humiliation.
A reaction characterized by confusion with a slight tinge of embarrasment.
To feel compelled to do something.
Empty and meaningless flattery.
Having been made angry by somebody or something that has gone wrong.
To restrain or control a situation or object.
A feeling toward something or somebody characterized by a lack of interest or emotional investment.
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