Skerrick
Noun Definition: a small piece or quantity Pronunciation: /sker·ik/ Synonyms:…
Flinty
N Adjective Definition: unyielding, unmerciful Pronunciation: /flin·tee/ Synonyms: Cruel, Rigid,…
Caligo
Noun Definition: fog, mist, vapor Pronunciation: /kuh·leego/ Synonyms: Gloom, Dejection,…
Maunder
Verb Definition: to stroll slowly or to speak unclearly Pronunciation:…

Skerrick

Noun Definition: a small piece or quantity Pronunciation: /sker·ik/ Synonyms: Morsel, Fraction, Bit

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Flinty

N Adjective Definition: unyielding, unmerciful Pronunciation: /flin·tee/ Synonyms: Cruel, Rigid, Unsympathetic

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Caligo

Noun Definition: fog, mist, vapor Pronunciation: /kuh·leego/ Synonyms: Gloom, Dejection, Murk

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Maunder

Verb Definition: to stroll slowly or to speak unclearly Pronunciation: /mahn·dur/ Synonyms: true love, lady love, beloved

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Dulcinea

Noun Definition: mistress; sweetheart Pronunciation: /dull·sih·nee·uh/ Synonyms: trueloveladylovebeloved

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Enigma

Noun Definition: A person or thing that is mysterious or difficult to understand. Pronunciation: /uh·nig·muh/ Synonyms: quandaryparadoxcrux

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Acumen

Noun Definition: Someone who has the ability to quick decisions. Pronunciation: /a·kyuh·muhn/ Synonyms: witintuitioncleverness

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Chide

Verb Definition: To speak angrily to someone for bad behavior Pronunciation: /CHYDE/ Synonyms: beratingchastisereprimand

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Gawsy

Adjective Definition: well-dressed Pronunciation: /gaw·see/ Synonyms: elegantsprucedebonair

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