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Written by Timothy Sexton
Loud and uncontrollable.
A clumsy form of climbing something difficult often requiring the use of hands as well as feet.
A steady and controlled state of one's emotional reaction to even anxiety-producing events or situations.
An ostentatious or showoffy display of material goods.
Abundantly complimentary or excessively flattering.
Someone singled out by a church for ostracism on charges of having professed views or engaged in behavior that directly contradict official doctrine or dogma.
Behavior demonstrating a lack of sense.
A reaction filled with awkward confusion about how to respond appropriately.
A consistent exhibition of timidity.
Endowed with a sense of great fortune and success to come.
Especially skilled or talented.
To take part in the role as mediator or peacemaker.
Done in a carefree manner that is oblivious to consequence.
Describing someone facing unfortunate circumstances which have left them penniless and homeless.
Religious group whose desires to purify the Church of England eventually made them the object of harassment and urged them to cross the Atlantic and settle in Americas to enjoy greater religious freedom.
A term that basically covers anyone who is not a member of the religious organization of the person using that term to describe others.
The extremity of hunger and desire for food.
Protestant reformers who profess equality for everyone and practice a pacificist reaction to the the use of violence against others.
A woman of loose morals and promiscuous behavior.
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