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whet
hone.
trawl
(intr
trail
track.
rave
To speak wildly, irrationally, or incoherently.
retch
heave
brim
(intr) To be full to the brim, often to overflowing
benumb
To make inactive
sequester
segregate
reprieve
To bring relief to
snuff
sniff
chirrup
to chirp
whet
To make more keen
induce
To lead or move, as to a course of action, by influence or persuasion
quicken
To make more rapid
bawl
shout
bristle
To stand stiffly on end like bristles:
fester
become rotten and offensive to the senses
groom
To clean and brush (an animal)
bawl
To cry or sob loudly
beget
To cause to exist or occur
snuff
To inhale (something) audibly through the nose
impound
To confine in or as if in a pound
vacillate
oscillate.
trail
To follow the traces or scent of, as in hunting
coalesce
To come together so as to form one whole
chirrup
make high-pitched sounds
coalesce
fuse
trawl
foll by for) to seek or gather (something, such as information, or someone, such as a likely appointee) from a wide variety of sources
scourge
To afflict with severe or widespread suffering and devastation
ebb
To fall back from the flood stage
groom
To remove dirt and parasites from the skin, fur, or feathers of (another animal).
repose
To lie dead
snuff
sniff at.
beget
To father
strain
(intr)
ebb
decline or recede
trail
to allow to drag or stream behind, as along the ground
fester
(of a wound or sore) become septic
unearth
To bring to public notice
vacillate
To swing indecisively from one course of action or opinion to another
unearth
dig up.
groom
to make neat and trim
strain
To pull forcibly or violently
sequester
To cause to withdraw into seclusion
reprove
rebuke
eddy
(of water, air, or smoke) move in a circular way
subsume
to incorporate (an idea, proposition, case, etc.) under a comprehensive or inclusive classification or heading
ebb
To fall away or back
patter
(intr) To make a quick succession of light soft tapping sounds - Rain pattered steadily against the glass
war
(figurative) engage in war