village in Somerset, England
'Mandalay' poem by Rudyard Kipling
A less significant distraction of focus from issues of more pressing importance.
A dress without sleeves that looks very much like an apron.
Hanging loosely or sprawled out in a relaxed manner.
To restart, resume or continue from a stopping point.
Moving as if in slow motion; lethargically.
To suddenly pull back in anger, disgust or disappointment.
To eat ravenously as if fearful of not getting another meal.
All-knowing, all-seeing; godlike.
Moving toward something in a slow, stealthy manner as if stalking it like an animal preparing for the kill.
To stop something from happening by force.
Fated to take place; incapable of being stopped or avoided.
Fiercely powerful; characterized by intense savagery.
An expression or demonstration of disagreement or opposition to a stated opinion.
A discrepancy between what is explicitly stated and what is actually meant.
Provoking fascination and interest due to its originality or qualities of being new and unique.
Done with a forceful insistence.
Similar to or the same as; compatibility between two more things.
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