A tricky deceitful fellow. A boy servant or man of humble means.
An earnest or humble request;plea; supplication
Politely or patiently restrain an impulse to do something;refrain;hold back or restrain.
Having or showing too great a readiness to believe things.
find fault with someone; scold;rebuke;reproach with object
Completely destroy a Building town or other site
Impair the appearance of; disfigure. Impair the quality of;spoil
The ending, reduction or lessening of something (often used in legal terms)
Pass on or discuss an idea in a casual way
Destructive to life deadly. Causing annoyance, troublesome.
Bold impudent behavior annoyance irritation.
A group of advisers assistants or others accompanying an important person.
Remedy or compensation for a wrong or grievance.
A disorderly crowd a mob ordinary people the masses
To cause to seem inferior to disparage
Be full of or swarming with. Pour down fall heavily
To strip off the skin or surface of skin to criticize harshly excoriate
A state or period of senile decay marked by decline of mental poise and alertness. The period in life marked by old age and weakness
Conducive to success favorable, giving or being a sign of future success.
Marked by diversity or variety. Comprehending or uniting various features.
Conspicuously and offensively loud given to vehement outcry various features.
Marked by contemptuous boldness
Great courage in the face of danger
Go back on a promise undertaking or contract
A deep seated feeling of dislike aversion repugnance
Extreme poverty destitution
To renounce upon oath to reject solemnly
Working or spreading in a hidden and usually injurious way
To split or tear apart violently to tend rip cleave
Any unwholesome or desperate condition an illness
A difficult precarious or entrapping position predicament
Ask someone pressingly and persistently or or to do something
Appropriate or suitable in the circumstances. Having a tendency to do something likely
To decisive win over or induce to do something by artful coaching and wheedling or shrewd trickery
Having great power or influence
Used to express sorrow and regret
Used to express disgust or disapproval
From this place or time
Precisely adapted to a particular situation need or circumstance very proper
Used to express a wish or hope contracted from I pray thee
Accustomed used to inclined to.