Alcove (13)
A recess or small room adjacent to or opening out of a room.
Amputee (167)
person who has lost all or part of an arm, hand, leg, etc., by amputation.
Anarchy (109)
A state of society without government or law.
Aroma (95)
An odor arising from spices, plants, cooking, etc.
Audacity (5)
Beatific (6)
Blissful; Saintly.
Blather (57)
Blabber, senseless talk, meaningless words.
Bourgeois (50)
A member of the middle class.
Cache (49)
A hiding place, particularly one in the ground.
Calabash (71)
Any of various gourds, espicially the bottle gourd, Lagenaria Siceraria.
Cauldron (71)
a large pot or kettle used for boiling or cooking over an open fire.
Cleft (39)
A hollow area or indentation.
Confiscate (51)
to seize as forfeited to the public domain; appropriate, by way of penalty, for public use
Congealing (117)
to change from a soft, fluid like state to a hard solid state
Consecration (111)
To cause to be respected or revered
Conspiratorially (147)
of, or relating to conspiracies, or having to do with characteristics of a conspiracy
Coolies (12)
a manual labourer or slave from Asia, particularly China, in the 19th and 20th century
Decrepit (56)
weak on account of elderly age, worn out
depression or lowness of spirits.
Diluvian (131)
of or connected with a deluge
Drivel (77)
Silly nonsense, or to talk silly nonsense
Emphatic (110)
forceful or insistent
Fastidious (151)
excessively particular, critical, or demanding
Flabbergasted (133)
Surprise (someone) greatly; astonish
Fulminated (119)
To issue or pronounce condemnation
to stimulate, to stir
Ideograms (56)
a written symbol that represents an idea or object directly
Imperious (20)
overbearing, intimidating, arrogant
without revealing one's identity.
Indefatigable (148)
incapable of being tired out
Infinitesimal (17)
indefinitely or exceedingly small, minute
Inordinately (49)
not within proper or reasonable limits
operating with stealth and deceit, acting inconspicuous
Jovial (47)
Cheerful and friendly
Limpid (136)
clear, transparent, or pellucid
Macabre (30)
representing death in a grim or ghastly way, horrid, gruesome
Magnetism (57)
Strong attractive power or charm
Malleable (120)
adaptable or tractable
Melancholy (18)
Sad, gloomy, or depressed.
Methodical (63)
performed, disposed, or acting in a systematic way; systematic; orderly
Assertive of authority in an annoyingly domineering way
Panorama (16)
an unobstructed and wide view of an extensive area in all directions.
Any sudden, violent outburst.
Plumage (15)
The entire feathery covering of a bird
a soft damp cloth used as a remedy to the body
Recidivist (165)
repetitive or habitual as to a crime
Reconnaissance (164)
a general examination or survey of a region, usually followed by a detailed survey
Redolent (56)
pleasing odor, smell, or aroma
Relentless (47)
Oppressively constant; incessant. Harsh or inflexible
Rivulets (156)
small streams
Sadistic (134)
deriving pleasure or sexual gratification from inflicting pain on another
an enclosed vehicle for one person, borne on poles by two bearers and common during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Somnambulism (57)
Sonorous (93)
loud, resonating, rich in sound, grand
Sorceress (39)
a woman that practices sorcery, the use of power gained by the assistance of evilspirits
Gradually spread through or over.
inadequate or retired on account of age, outdated
Surreptitious (5)
Stealthy or furtive.
Travertine (131)
White or light-colored calcareous rock deposited from mineral springs
Trepidation (133)
Tremulous fear
Trysting (13)
an agreement between lovers to meet at a certain time and/or place
to cause to move in waves
Veneration (14)
a feeling or expression of awe and reverence
Causing vertigo/dizziness/light-headedness, especially by being extremely high or steep.
Vigorously (47)
Strong, active or robust. Energetic, forceful
Vivacious (116)
lively, animatic, energetic