Noun: twilight. Last popular in the 17th century.
Verb: the act of shaking to and fro. An old British word.
Adjective: alluring, enticing, or attractive. From a Latin word meaning “to entice.”
Noun: A fool, simpleton, or blockhead.
Noun: a drinking bout, spree, or binge. Popular in the 1920s.
Noun: the use of superfluous verbiage (a.k.a. the act of not shutting up.) Greek.
Adjective: careless, heedless, or negligent. Characteristic of one who does not take yeme (care.)
Adjective: frightened or alarmed.
Noun: a state of mental disturbance or confusion. Scottish.
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