Thick fabric adorned with designs or images uses as wall decorations.
Formal or informal codes of conducts observed within a particular class of society.
A conventionally accepted nugget of wisdom.
Totally real and sincere.
Academic manuscript written in formal style providing analytical insight into a subject.
Relative to mostly European historical setting between 500 and 1500 C.E.
Code of etiquette and decorum observed by Medieval knights...in literature at least.
A small bit of food inadequate to supply a quality amount of nutrients.
Servant in a royal or noble household or any contemporay analogue to such lowly duties.
Deserving of praise and honor.
Defamation of someone's character in spoken form as opposed to libel in which the slanderous attack must appear in print.
A veering off the route of the main topic.
Hated and despised with just a touch of being horrified by that which is hated.
Condescend to grant something to someone.
Something said as a joke containing enough truth that it can often be misinterpreted as sincerity.
Overly ornamental; an excessive display of wealth and glamour.
Incessant, unstoppable and ultimately annoying talk about insignificant subjects and insipid philosophies.
To spoil the purity of something beautiful.
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