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an old word for a 'dishonest man'
Connected with monks or monasteries.
an old word meaning 'medicine'
To be told information that is not told to many people.
Decayed and having an unpleasant smell.
Complete or extreme, or completely or extremely.
Making you feel sad and sorry about something.
To tell someone that you disapprove of their bad or silly behaviour.
the fur or feathers that grow around the neck of an animal or bird
A female prostitute.
A sudden period of uncontrolled anger like a young child's.
A problem or difficulty.
a piece of clear plastic that is fixed to the front of a helmet (=hard hat) and protects your face
To cry tears.
if you ____ a blade, you make it sharper using a whetstone
To officially announce that something such as a law, agreement, or marriage no longer exists.
Describes weather that is pleasant or not severe.
Belonging to or connected with the Christian religion.
(especially in the past) a woman who lives with a family and teaches their children at home.
an unreasonable refusal to change your ideas or behaviour
an old word meaning 'a woman's virginity'
Extremely pleased and happy.
To steal goods violently from a place, especially during a war.
A man who controls prostitutes and takes a large part of the money that they earn for himself.
To give up something such as a responsibility or claim.
To fail to keep a promise or an agreement, etc..
To be very sorry for something bad you have done in the past and wish that you had not done it.
A person who saves someone from danger or harm.
The holy writings of a religion.
Staying the same for a long time and not changing quickly or unexpectedly.
Suffering severely from the effects of something unpleasant.
The best or most successful point or time.
to deliberately hit someone many times
Relating to the physical feelings and wants of the body.
The belief that something is true.
Happening in or related to this world and this physical life, not in heaven or relating to a spiritual life.
a bird that kills other birds and animals for food and can be trained to hunt
To be nervous or worried.
The appearance of someone or something, especially when intended to deceive.
Having a very strong but not usually lasting feeling of love or attraction for someone or something.
A unit of weight equal to approximately 28 grams.
a round fruit that has a hard skin and many thick seeds inside
An unfair and unreasonable opinion or feeling, especially when formed without enough thought or knowledge.
A large amount of money that is demanded in exchange for someone who has been taken prisoner, or sometimes for an animal.
A share or a financial involvement in something such as a business.
to replace something or someone, often as a result of being more powerful
Good for you, and likely to improve your life either physically, morally, or emotionally.
A difficult or unlucky situation or event.
To make someone feel worried or angry.
Worry about the future, or a fear that something unpleasant is going to happen.
Use, purpose, advantage, or profit.
To arrange for money or property to be given to somebody after your death.
In Christian ceremonies, a large, decorative gold or silver cup from which wine is drunk.
The state of not having sexual relationships or never having had sex.
Unhappy and with no hope or enthusiasm.
Able to produce the intended result.
A feeling that something very bad is going to happen soon.
A red, painful, and often swollen area in or on a part of your body.
to tell someone that you want to end your romantic relationship with them
A type of flax plant grown for its seeds, from which oil is made.
A field with grass and often wild flowers in it.
Quiet, gentle, and not willing to argue or express your opinions in a forceful way.
a thick smooth substance that you put on sore or injured skin
used for saying that although someone pretends to have one reason for something, there is in fact another reason
Too confident and too determined to tell other people what to do, in a way that is unpleasant.
Any very serious infectious disease that spreads quickly and kills large numbers of people.
a substance that is spread onto walls and ceilings to form a hard smooth surface
To produce young.
Said to be the true situation although this is not known to be certain and may not be likely.
A plant with sour leaves that are used in cooking and salads.; A brownish orange to light brown.
kind to someone who has a problem and willing to understand how they feel
A break in the skin or on the surface of an organ inside the body, which does not heal naturally.
To a level that is more than is necessary, acceptable, or reasonable.
A thick substance, usually with a pleasant smell, used to treat skin problems or make the skin soft.
A sharp-tasting liquid, made especially from sour wine, malt, or cider, that is used to add flavour to or to preserve food.
a ____ illness is very dangerous, and affects people very quickly
If a king or queen abdicates, he or she makes a formal statement that he or she no longer wants to be king or queen.
to do what someone wants or agree with what they say
Public approval and praise.
A strong feeling of sympathy and sadness for the suffering or bad luck of others and a wish to help them.
To prevent something from being seen or known about.
Connected with marriage or the relationship between two married people, especially their sexual relationship.
A strong feeling of disliking and having no respect for someone or something.
To compete in order to win something.
a set of religious beliefs
A state of not having, or not having enough, of something that is needed.
To hide your real intentions and feelings or the facts.
To persuade someone not to do something.
an ____ husband or wife is no longer living with their partner
Helpful or useful in a particular situation, but sometimes not morally acceptable.
To use or spend time, effort, or money.
famous because of being extremely good, beautiful, or interesting
Not serious about a serious subject, in an attempt to be funny or to appear clever.
The fact of unfairly preferring or approving of something.
If the police or someone in authority impounds something that belongs to you, they take it away because you have broken the law.
inadmissible evidence cannot be used in a court of law
Ill, especially in a way that makes you unable to do something.
Effective and successful.
The state of being married.