A strong feeling of dislike.
A railing supported by short pillars.
From the verb broil meaning to grill meat or fish. Food is broiled by exposing it to direct radiant heat and turning it to cook one side at a time.
A small rounded dome on or forming a roof.
A decorative curl or twist.
Intended for or understood by only a small number of people who have a specialised knowledge of something.
Pressing or demanding.
Showing inappropriate humour or trying to be amusing at an inappropriate time.
Simplistic or lacking careful thought.
French meaning fleet or large group of ships.
Relating to or resembling a lion or lions.
French meaning occupation or profession.
Eager to please in order to be liked.
Apparently true, but not necessarily so.
A sudden, vigorous or aggressive series of acts.
An ancient Greek school of philosophy which taught that it is wise to remain indifferent to changes in fortune and to pleasure and pain.