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This will be an updated page with words I find and want to keep. Thought I’d share with everyone as well.
Last Updated 11/24/2014
Word Count – 52
A public slaughterhouse for cattle, sheep, etc.
Expectancy, condition of ownership of real property undetermined; lapse in succession of ownership, estate, or title.
Suspension, temporary suppression, or dormant condition.
Expectancy of a title, its right in existence but its exercise suspended.
Theft of cattle by driving it away with the intent of feloniously appropriating it. Cattle rustling.
To deny oneself something; to renounce or give up (a right, power, claim, privilege, convenience)
To relinquish, surrender, abjure.
To renounce upon oath, forswear, disavow.
Abscence of will power or decisiveness especially as a symptom of mental illness.
A person whose hair has never been cut
The state of being behind in the fulfillment of obligations or of being overdue in payment; a payment owed
playful raillery; banter
The practice of destroying, often ceremoniously, books or other written material and media.
Stupid people as a class (humorous formation on the pattern of bourgeoisie).
An exaggerated, especially glamorized, estimate of oneself; conceit
(1) An inhabitant of a borough with full rights; a citizen.
(2) (historical) A town magistrate.
The pathological belief that one is inhabited by an evil spirit.
Think deeply about something; meditate or reflect.
An anatomical landmark located at the tip of the middle finger.
The ability to produce a desired or intended result.
The conversion of something into its opposite.
(1)Created by humans; artificial.
(2) Counterfeit, fabricated.
Swaggering; empty boasting; blustering manner or behavior; ostentatious display.
To have a paralyzing or mesmerizing effect on: Stupefy or Petrify.
The character flaw or error of a tragic hero that leads to his downfall.
Unspeakable or too odious to be expressed or mentioned.
Affording no possibility of return.
The casting of an evil eye.
The science of putting people to death.
A person with a slender, thin, or frail body.
Wandering over hills and mountains.
Production of knowledge.
Harsh criticism or censure; the public disgrace arising from someones shameful conduct; shame, disgrace, dishonor, ignominy
Bringing omens or unnatural or supernatural manifestations.
A formal speech or opus publicly praising someone or something.
having the form of a butterfly; having corolla with two wings resembling those of a butterfly
The act of cultivating, or growing and grooming, a mustache, beard, sideburns or other facial hair.
The area of a theater surrounding the stage opening.
A traitor who collaborates with the enemy.
A rare nineteenth-century word for a wooden toy which briefly became a political insult.
Slender and long of limb; prone to roaming around with animal-like movements
Having an obstinately uncooperative attitude toward authority; (n) a person with such an attitude; insubordinate, contumacious, refractory, disobedient.
A knockout punch, either verbal or physical.
Possessing a violent desire to write.
A shrewd person not guided by principles, especially a politician
An organizational pension program created by a company for the benifit of its employees; typically funds deposited grow without tax implications until retirement or withdraw.
the performance of more work than duty requires
A tool, used by blacksmiths and other metalworkers, for cold shaping of a metal item.
A disorder characterized by an uncontrollable urge to dance.
A person who gives opinions and advice on matters outside of one’s knowledge.
A romantic mood brought on by Spring.
A confused mass; a jumble; turmoil or confusion.
The act of traveling as a stranger.
Mentally or emotionally distant; absent-minded.
A position in which any decision or move will result in problems.