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Quiver (verb) to shake or move with a slight trembling motion

Past Words

(noun) a usually permanent climate-controlled structure enclosed (as by glass or multiple layers of plastic) and used usually year-round for the cultivation or protection of tender plants

(noun) an airship that maintains its form by pressure from contained gas

(noun) the total or partial obscuring of one celestial body by another

(noun) a joking or mocking remark

(noun) skill or cleverness in devising or combining

(adjective) immeasurably low or wretched; extremely poor or bad

(adjective) marked by or suggestive of goodwill

(verb) to run nimbly and usually playfully about

(verb) to move with an irregular, rapid, or violent action

(verb) to thrust or cast oneself into or as if into water

(adjective) deeply affected with or struck by strong feelings of attraction, affection, or infatuation

(adjective) marked by accord in sentiment or action

(adjective) acceptable, satisfactory

(adjective) generally known and talked of

(noun) a peculiar trait

(noun) the lowest point

(adjective) showing or suggesting that future success is likely

(noun) an inherited, established, or customary pattern of thought, action, or behavior

(adjective) stern and cold in appearance or manner

(noun) a dark natural glass formed by the cooling of molten lava

(adjective) of a similar nature or character

(adjective) sprightly in manner or appearance

(noun) a theory to practice in art of seeking to depict the subjective emotions and responses that objects and events arouse in the artist

(noun) a method of painting with opaque watercolors

(adjective) showing or suggesting a lofty and courageous spirit

(verb) to be affected with great fear or anxiety

(noun) an irrational abject attitude of mind toward the supernatural, nature, or God resulting from superstition

(noun) a song or poem expressing sorrow or lamentation especially for one who is dead

(adjective) so mysterious, strange, or unexpected as to send a chill up the spine

(verb) to summon by as if by invocation or incantation

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

(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

(adjective) permitting the passage of light

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