Prickly shrubs that can be leave scratches when contact is made against bare skin.
Sneaky; clever and cunning.
Sensitive; emotionally touchy; cantankerous in one’s old age; a difficult situation.
A withered old person endowed with a sense of the sinister.
A copy made by a photographic copy machine; a Xerox.
A high volume whisper of the sort that actors do on stage to give the illusion of whispering to another character while still allowing the audience to hear what they are saying.
A radiant halo effect that can be either a literal or figurative description.
A feeling and demonstration of extreme resentment taken toward great offense.
The facility were dead bodies are burned at high temperature for the sake of cremation.
Small particles; specks; spots.
A wild tumultuous racket; probably a shorter a version of hullabaloo.
Old-fashioned women’s garment worn under a large, flowing gown or dress.
Raucous and out of control.
A state of clear-minded rationality.
Stubborn to the point of mulish; pig-headed; inflexible.
British and Australian term or automobile gasoline.
An ornamental piece of jewelry attached to clothing by a pin or clasp.
A form of prepared opium which was a quite popular recreational drug the 1800s.
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