(adj) Lying next to, near or close.
(noun) A hormone released with stress or fear.
(Verb) To attack by surprise, a surprise attack by people lying in wait in a concealed position.
(verb) (of the body or an organ) To waste away due to nerve damage or defective nutrition.
(adj.) Unproductive, unfruitful, lifeless.
(Verb) Beg, ask urgently and fervently, implore.
(noun) Ill temper, anger or irritability.
(Noun) The removal of a piece of tissue from the body for the purpose of a diagnostic study.
(noun) A beach walkway made of boards.
(noun) The body of a woman's dress, a woman's vest-like undergarment.
(Verb) To dig into or under.
(noun) Widespread slaughter and destruction.
(adj) Blackened by burning
(verb) To shake or agitate vigorously.
(noun) An ordained minister
(noun) An item to be bought or sold.
(Adj) Confused, or expressing anger/annoyance.
(Adj) Joined together, united, overlapping
(Noun) A protective stance.
(verb) To swallow up, to sweep over, to surround or cover completely.
(Verb) to join the military.
(adj) Foreign or strange in nature.
(Noun) The act of being effusively and uninhibitedly enthusiastic.
(noun) A person filled with excessive and single-minded zeal.
(noun) Pointlessness or uselessness.
(noun) A shaped piece or ring of rubber or other material sealing in an engine.
(adj) Extremely thin, lean and haggard.
(noun) Inedible part of meat, the tough cartilage.
(adj) Oddly unnatural or bizarre, repulsive, or distorted.
(verb) to move or travel hurriedly
(adj) Glowing or white with heat.
(noun) Something of little or no importance.
(noun) The act of flowing in.
(Adj) A quality that exists in someone or something as a permanent and inseparable element, quality, or attribute.
(noun) A structure projecting into the sea.
(noun) A small structure having open sides for vending.
(noun) A passionate expression of grief or sorrow.
(adj) Tall and thin, ungraceful.
(adj) Extremely flexible, lithe and supple.
(adj) Deficient or lacking in quality or quantity.
(adj) Blotchy, mark with spots or smears of color.
(adj) Common or ordinary, boring.
(noun) Military weapons, ammunition, equipment, and stores.
(noun) A fertile spot in a desert where water is found.
(noun) The state of being completely forgotten, unknown.
(noun) Customers, usually people who visit an establishment to purchase something.
(noun) Something strange or abnormal, a distortion, behavior that is unacceptable.
(adj) Clean, fresh, new, perfect
(noun) An area used for walking.
(noun) A person who speaks for a god or deity, or by divine intervention.
(adj) Sticking out, projecting.
(verb) To strike repeatedly, especially with fists.
(verb) To deter, to force away.
(verb) To seek revenge, make an attack or assault in return for a similar attack.
(noun) Day laborers, an unskilled or casual laborer.
(verb) To save, sometimes used in context of saving a ship.
(noun) A system of sending messages by holding the arms or two flags or poles in certain positions according to an alphabetic code.
(noun) Flaw; a fault or failure to meet a certain standard.
(noun) A projectile containing a number of small pellets or bullets exploded before impact.
(adj) Doubtful or uncertain, reserving judgment.
(Noun) Relief from discomfort and distress, comfort or consolation in a time of sadness.
(noun) A device used to stop bleeding or blood flow through a vein or artery.
(noun) A long, narrow or rectangular receptacle for water.
(adj) Lacking fault, not damaged, perfect.
(noun) The infliction of injury, harm, humiliation, or the like, on a person by another who has been harmed by that person; violent revenge.