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Intimation (noun) an indirect, usually subtle suggestion, indication, or hint


Past Words

(verb) to make amends for

(noun) time gone by

(noun) time that is to come

(noun) a moving ridge or swell on the surface of a liquid (as of the sea)

(adjective) softly bright or radiant

(verb) to be extremely joyful

(noun) a glowing fragment (as of coal) from a fire

(adjective) involving two people or two sides who oppose each other


(noun)  the direct opposite

(noun) the technical terminology or characteristic idiom of a special activity or group


(noun) a mixture of liquids (such as liquor or medicine)

(adjective) to stay as a temporary resident

(noun)  an act or instance of traveling

(adjective)  pleasing or picturesque in natural simplicity

(adjective) bearing flowers ; especially : blooming freely

(noun) something different, abnormal, peculiar, or not easily classified

(noun) the system, spirit, or customs of medieval knighthood

(adjective) of, relating to, or constituting a title

(noun) lack of agreement or harmony (as between persons, things, or ideas)

(adjective) lacking vitality: dim, faint

(adjective) said or done as a joke

(adjective) uniquely or highly significant 

(verb) to strive to equal or excel; to equal or approach equality with

(noun) a substance held capable of prolonging life indefinitely

(noun) a formidable and usually victorious rival or opponent

(noun) a one-storied house with a low-pitched roof

(noun) the action or process of uniting or merging two or more things

(adjective) permitting the passage of light