A cattle thief or an individual who relies on the the theft of cattle as a living
the area near or surrounding a particular place.
shoot (a bird) in the wing, so as to prevent flight without causing death.
thick, dark brown juice obtained from raw sugar during the refining process
a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
stop doing or having an interest in (something) as one matures.
Comprehensive term for a variety of plans used in food preparation as a spice; also a common short terms for sagebrush.
A place where a person lives, usually conveys a sense of modest proportions.
A state of dislike between parties based on a mistrust and usually within the context of a bitter history between them.
A sound that portends the announcement or coming of something significant.
The practice of treacherous deception and lack of loyalty.
A code or system of principles or strongly held beliefs.
A narrow but steep valley usually formed by running water.
Suggestive of something that is essential and requires immediately attention.
Over-sized and bulky when referred to material items; long-winded and boring when referring to more abstract concepts like speech or ideas.
To spot or identify something, usually conveying a sense of great distance between the viewer and the object.
Fascinating due to the characteristics of it being outdated or old-fashioned.
A quality that cannot be actually touched, but only perceived.
An absence of energy and a failure to demonstrate interest or zeal.
Slow, meticulous reduction in power or energy.
Reluctantly providing consent to another to take over power or responsibilities already possessed by you.
Characterized by the shiny glow of having been recently polished.
A disastrous event resulting in great distress to those affected.
A downward slope or large, ponderous bend.
A violation of the sanctity of an object considered sacred.
A scornful and usually public criticism that verges on humiliation.
A civil authority acting as judge usually relegated to overseeing minor complaints and offenses.
An emotional state characterized by a lack of energy usually stimulated by a failure to find interest in anything.
Term for a non-Mormon individual, typically used by those of the Mormon faith
Deprived of essential content; gutted
Pulled tight, stretched, or concise and controlled
The concept of free will or the ability to perform actions without the interference or pressure of external circumstances or people
Something that is touchable or real, you can place it in your hand
Full of energy and excitement; energy that is abnormal or past the usual amount
A scene of mass uproar and confusion; similar to the aftermath of a violent rebellion
An adjective that is usually used to describe events or situations that are boring and regular; repetitive
To raise an object or person with ropes and pulleys; carry something upwards in a swift motion
Update this section!
You can help us out by revising, improving and updating
Update this section
After you claim a section you’ll have 24 hours to send in a draft. An editor
will review the submission and either publish your submission or provide feedback.