follower of Bacchus; a drunken reveler; an occasion of drunken
bacchanalia; pertaining to
n., v., light, playful banter
bailiwick n. the district within which a bailie
or bailiff has jurisdiction; a person's area of skill, knowledge,
authority, or work..
adj. full of menacing or malign influences; pernicious..
v., to deceive or get the better of (someone) by trickery,
flattery, or the like; humbug; hoodwink (often fol. by into)..
adj. bewildered or
confused; lost in thought; preoccupied..;
(look at the
word in writing)
to scold; rebuke; abuse, vilify, vituperate, objurgate..
capable of decaying through the action of living organisms..
a low, contemptible person; scoundrel; Obs. a.
a group of menial workers in the kitchen of a large household; b.
the servants of an army; c. camp followers; to revile in
blush v.i. to redden, as
from embarrassment or shame, to feel shame or embarrassment...
to roar and be tumultuous, as wind;
to be loud, noisy, or
swaggering; utter loud, empty menaces or protests..
n. good or elegant form or
style; something regarded as fashionably correct; fashionable
n. a segment of the general public composed of uneducated,
n., pl. A sophisticated, worldly, and socially active man..
adj. strengthening; invigorating..
adj. shameless or impudent..
n. potassium bromide; a platitude or trite saying; a
person who is platitudinous and boring..
n. to entertain by dancing, singing, or reciting on the
street or in a public place..
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