caustic, biting, or rancorous especially in feeling, language, or manner
having or showing skill, cleverness, or resourcefulness in handling situations
In or into a position in which the hands are on the hips and the elbows are bowed outward
Immoderate desire for wealth
and confident composure or self-assurance
1. deadly or sinister. 2. threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments
A person with artistic or literary interests who disregards conventional standards of behavior.
Grandiloquent, pompous speech or writing.
To unite in a small party to promote private views and interests by intrigue; to intrigue; to plot.
Cacophony: 1. Jarring, discordant sound; dissonance. 2. The
use of harsh or discordant sounds in literary composition, as for poetic effect.
flattery intended to persuade
having shapely buttocks
a clique that seeks power usually through intrigue
Swiftness of action or motion; speed.
1. (Capitalized) A fire-breathing she-monster represented as having a lion's head, a goat's body, and a serpent's
2. Any imaginary monster made up of grotesquely incongruous parts.
3. An illusion or mental fabrication; a grotesque
product of the imagination.
4. An individual, organ, or part consisting of tissues of diverse genetic constitution, produced
as a result of organ transplant, grafting, or genetic engineering.
To twitter, warble, or hum as birds or insects.
dwelling in or under the earth; also, pertaining to the underworld
stubbornly disobedient, rebellious
. Poorly built, possibly over-complex. 2. (Sometimes spelled "cruftie") A small crufty object; often one that doesn't
fit well into the scheme of things.
Excessive desire, especially for wealth
Cynical: 1. Believing or showing the belief that people are motivated
chiefly by base or selfish concerns; skeptical of the motives of others. 2. Selfishly
or callously calculating. 3. Negative or pessimistic, as from world-weariness. 4. Expressing jaded
or scornful skepticism or negativity..
things to be blotted out or erased.
a stone of suitable size for throwing
the power to attract through personal magnetism and charm
1. to bubble, hiss, and foam as gas escapes 2. to show liveliness or exhilaration
(adj) Strange; unearthly; weird; eerie.
Elusive: 1. Tending to elude capture, perception, comprehension, or
memory 2.Difficult to define or describe.
Escapist: a person who escapes into a world of fantasy. (escapism)
Ethereal: 1.Characterized by lightness and insubstantiality; intangible.
2.Highly refined; delicate. 3.Of the celestial spheres; heavenly. 4.Not of this world; spiritual.
Dulcorate: to sweeten, to make less acrimonious
Facetious: 1. Given to jesting; playfully jocular. 2. Amusing; intended
to be humorous; not serious.
Feckless: 1. not fit to assume responsibility 2. generally incompetent
Fey: 1. Possessing or displaying a strange and otherworldly aspect
or quality; magical or fairylike; elfin.
2. Having power to see into the future; visionary; clairvoyant. 3. Appearing slightly
crazy, as if under a spell; touched.
Finagle: achieve something by means of trickery or devious methods
1. a fishgig 2. a giddy, flirting girl 3.a kind of firework, made of damp powder, which gives a hissing or fizzing noise when
shamefully wicked; villainous; atrocious; scandalous; heinous; iniquitous; execrable
To smirk or laugh in contempt or derision.
Foxy: 1.Of or resembling a fox. 2.Slyly clever; crafty.
3.Having a reddish-brown color. 2.Discolored, as by age or decay; foxed. 3.Slang. Sensually attractive; sexy. 4.Having a distinctive sharp flavor or aroma
a temporary mark on the skin caused by the impression of a textured surface.
Utterly botched or confused (Fucked up beyond all recognition).
Furtive: 1. Characterized by stealth; surreptitious. 2.Expressive of
hidden motives or purposes; shifty.0.
serving no useful purpose, frivolous, fruitless
one who believes that human striving is futile.
Illusive: Deceiving by false show; deceitful; deceptive; false; illusory; unreal.
1. confused mass. 2. an intricate or complicated situation (as in a drama or novel).3. an acutely painful or embarrassing
misunderstanding. 4. a violently confused or bitterly complicated altercation; embroilment.
Insipid: 1. Lacking flavor or zest; not tasty. 2.Lacking qualities that excite, stimulate, or interest; dull.
calculated to create ill will, resentment, or envy.
a clique that seeks power usually through intrigue.
Lacking spirit, liveliness, or interest; languid
Lambent: 1.Flickering lightly over or on a surface: lambent moonlight.
2.Effortlessly light or brilliant: lambent wit. 3.Having a gentle glow; luminous.
Limpid: 1. Characterized by transparent clearness; pellucid. 2.Easily intelligible; clear 3.Calm and untroubled; serene.
involving or characterized by a mixture of languages, especially burlesque verse in which real or coined words from two or
more languages are mixed or vernacular words of modern language/s are Latinized and mixed with Latin words and hybrid forms
2. having the nature of a medley; mixed; jumbled.
money personified as a false god.
A person who has special knowledge or experience; an expert.
Megalomania: 1.A psychopathological condition characterized by delusional
fantasies of wealth, power, or omnipotence. 2.An obsession with grandiose or extravagant things or actions.
Monomania: obsession with one object
Nihilism: 1. Philosophy. An extreme form of skepticism
that denies all existence. A doctrine holding that all values are baseless and
that nothing can be known or communicated. 2.Rejection of all distinctions in moral or religious value and a willingness to
repudiate all previous theories of morality or religious belief. 3.The belief that destruction of existing political or social
institutions is necessary for future improvement. 4.also Nihilism A diffuse, revolutionary movement of mid 19th-century
that scorned authority and tradition and believed in reason, materialism, and radical change in society and government through
terrorism and assassination. 5.Psychiatry. A delusion, experienced in some mental disorders, that the world
or one's mind, body, or self does not exist.
trifling, worthless, futile.
a spiritual force or influence often identified with a natural object, phenomenon or locality
of or relating to dreams.
of or relating to snakes.
1. marked by fullness, strength and clarity or sound; sonorous. 2. pompous; bombastic.
to make (an offense or crime) seem less serious; extenuate, to make less intense.
Wildly excited or active; frantic; frenzied. (frenetic)
characterized by shortness of stature; broadness of girth, and powerful muscularity; endomorphic
A woman regarded as being disreputable, especially a prostitute.
a feeling of deep and bitter anger and ill-will
pertaining to or causing laughter.
Scornfully or cynically mocking
The transposition of usually initial sounds in a pair of words.
1) Dark or dull in color; drab, dusky. 2) Dark or dull clothing.
Sylvan: 1) Relating to or characteristic of woods or forest
regions. 2) Located in or inhabiting a wood or forest. 3) Abounding in trees; wooded
the ultimate end
Tentative: 1. Not fully worked out, concluded, or agreed on; provisional:
tentative plans. 2.Uncertain; hesitant.
Torpor: 1.A state of mental or physical inactivity or insensibility. 2.Lethargy; apathy. 3.The dormant, inactive
state of a hibernating or estivating animal. (adj. Torporific)
affectedly or excessively dainty, delicate, cute or quaint.
the state of being everywhere at once (or seeming to be everywhere at once)
1. shady or filled with shadows. 2. inclined to take offense easily
1.Characterized by affected, exaggerated, or insincere earnestness. 2.Having the quality or characteristics of oil or ointment;
slippery. 3.Containing or composed of oil or fat. 4.Abundant in organic materials; soft and rich: unctuous soil.
Vapid: 1.Lacking liveliness, animation, or interest; dull: vapid
conversation. 2.Lacking taste, zest, or flavor; flat: vapid beer.
of or relating to bats.
Virago: 1. A woman regarded as noisy, scolding, or domineering. 2.A
large, strong, courageous woman.
1. A musician with masterly ability, technique, or personal style. 2. A person with masterly skill or technique in the arts. 3. A person with a strong interest in the fine arts, especially in antiquities.
(of a woman) having a full rounded figure; pleasingly plump.
The spirit of the time; the general intellectual and moral state or temper characteristic of any period of time.