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Fat, round, or bulging.
Unwilling to give or spend; ungenerous: "his employer is *** and idle".
A rebuke, esp. an official one.
Mix or mingle together.
Move or cause to move slowly or rhythmically backward and forward or from side to side.
Decorate (cloth) by sewing patterns on it with thread: "she ***ed nighties for the babies".
(of a voice or sound) High-pitched and piercing.
A trace of something that is disappearing or no longer exists.
A messenger or representative, esp. one on a diplomatic mission. Synonyms: emissary - messenger - legate - ambassador - deputy
(of a person's face) Pale, typically because of poor health.
Make (someone) weak and infirm: "disease ***-ed him."
The larva of a butterfly or moth, having a segmented wormlike body with three pairs of true legs and several pairs of leglike appendages.
Very cold in temperature.
A predatory insect (suborder Mantodea) related to the cockroach, with large spiky forelegs folded like hands in prayer.
Fearful apprehension; a feeling that something bad will happen.
An elongated seed vessel of a leguminous plant, splitting open on both sides when ripe.
A thing on which a bird alights or roosts, typically a branch or a horizontal rod or bar in a birdcage.
Spun thread used for knitting, weaving, or sewing.
A thin, loosely twisted, worsted yarn used for tapestry and embroidery.
A gallinaceous bird kept chiefly for its eggs and flesh; a domestic cock or hen.