|26 Mar 2014||brio|
Enthusiastic vigor; vivacity; liveliness; spirit.
|25 Mar 2014||sang-froid|
Freedom from agitation or excitement of mind; coolness in trying circumstances; calmness.
|24 Mar 2014||cosset|
To treat as a pet; to treat with excessive indulgence; to pamper.
|23 Mar 2014||plenary|
- Full in all respects; complete; absolute; as, plenary authority.
- Fully attended by all qualified members.
|22 Mar 2014||blandishment|
Speech or action that flatters and tends to coax, entice, or persuade; allurement -- often used in the plural.
|21 Mar 2014||condign|
Suitable to the fault or crime; deserved; adequate.
|20 Mar 2014||enervate|
- To deprive of vigor, force, or strength; to render feeble; to weaken.
- To reduce the moral or mental vigor of.
|19 Mar 2014||lissom|
- Limber; supple; flexible.
- Light and quick in action; nimble; agile; active.
|18 Mar 2014||depredation|
- An act of plundering or despoiling; a raid.
- [Plural] Destructive operations; ravages.
|17 Mar 2014||bonhomie|
Good nature; pleasant and easy manner.
|16 Mar 2014||adamant|
Not capable of being swayed by pleas, appeals, or reason; not susceptible to persuasion; unyielding.
|15 Mar 2014||indolent|
- Avoiding labor and exertion; habitually idle; lazy; inactive.
- Conducive to or encouraging laziness or inactivity.
- Causing little or no pain.
- Slow to heal, develop, or grow.
|14 Mar 2014||propitious|
- Presenting favorable circumstances or conditions.
- Favorably inclined; gracious; benevolent.
|13 Mar 2014||ebullient|
- Overflowing with enthusiasm or excitement; high-spirited.
- Boiling up or over.
|12 Mar 2014||clemency|
- Disposition to forgive and spare, as offenders; mercy.
- An act or instance of mercy or leniency.
- Mildness, especially of weather.
|11 Mar 2014||mendacious|
- Given to deception or falsehood; lying; untruthful; as, a mendacious person.
- False; untrue; as, a mendacious statement.
|10 Mar 2014||dissolute|
Loose in morals and conduct; marked by indulgence in sensual pleasures or vices.
|9 Mar 2014||collude|
To act in concert; to conspire; to plot.
|8 Mar 2014||abjure|
- To renounce under oath.
- To renounce or reject solemnly; to recant; to reject; repudiate.
- To abstain from; to shun.
|7 Mar 2014||polyglot|
- Containing or made up of several languages.
- Writing, speaking, or versed in many languages.
|6 Mar 2014||beholden|
Obliged; bound in gratitude; indebted.
|5 Mar 2014||perfunctory|
- Done merely to carry out a duty; performed mechanically or routinely.
- Lacking interest, care, or enthusiasm; indifferent.
|4 Mar 2014||spoonerism|
The transposition of usually initial sounds in a pair of words.
|3 Mar 2014||firmament|
- The region of the air; the sky; the heavens.
- The field or sphere of an interest or activity
|2 Mar 2014||jocund|
Full of or expressing high-spirited merriment; light-hearted; mirthful.
|1 Mar 2014||apposite|
Being of striking appropriateness and relevance; very applicable; apt.
|28 Feb 2014||desuetude|
The cessation of use; discontinuance of practice or custom; disuse.
|27 Feb 2014||pellucid|
- Transparent; clear; not opaque.
- Easily understandable.
|26 Feb 2014||quondam|
Having been formerly; former; sometime.
|25 Feb 2014||recalcitrant|
Stubbornly resistant to and defiant of authority or restraint.
|24 Feb 2014||exculpate|
To clear from alleged fault or guilt; to prove to be guiltless; to relieve
of blame; to acquit.
|23 Feb 2014||demagogue|
- A leader who obtains power by means of impassioned appeals to the emotions and prejudices of the populace.
- A leader of the common people in ancient times.
|22 Feb 2014||proclivity|
A natural inclination; predisposition.
|21 Feb 2014||taciturn|
Habitually silent; not inclined to talk.
|20 Feb 2014||probity|
Complete and confirmed integrity; uprightness.
|19 Feb 2014||abscond|
To depart secretly; to steal away and hide oneself -- used especially of persons who withdraw to avoid arrest or prosecution.
|18 Feb 2014||lachrymose|
- Given to shedding tears; suffused with tears; tearful.
- Causing or tending to cause tears.
|17 Feb 2014||gravitas|
High seriousness (as in a person's bearing or in the treatment of a subject).
|16 Feb 2014||friable|
Easily crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder.
|15 Feb 2014||nonagenarian|
A ninety year old person; someone whose age is in the nineties.
|14 Feb 2014||doula|
A woman who assists during childbirth labor and provides support to the mother, her child and the family after childbirth.
|13 Feb 2014||levity|
- Lightness of manner or speech, especially when inappropriate or excessive; frivolity.
- Lack of steadiness or constancy; changeableness.
|12 Feb 2014||varicolored|
Having a variety of colors; of various colors.
|11 Feb 2014||ratiocination|
The process of reasoning.
|10 Feb 2014||farrago|
A confused mixture; an assortment; a medley.
|9 Feb 2014||comport|
To conduct or behave (oneself) in a particular manner.
|8 Feb 2014||forlorn|
- Sad and lonely because deserted, abandoned, or lost.
- Bereft; forsaken.
- Wretched or pitiful in appearance or condition.
- Almost hopeless; desperate.
|7 Feb 2014||arrogate|
- To claim or seize without right or justification; to appropriate.
- To claim on behalf of another; to ascribe.
|6 Feb 2014||logorrhea|
Excessive talkativeness or wordiness.
|5 Feb 2014||mellifluous|
Flowing as with honey; flowing sweetly or smoothly; as, a