amiable

adjective: Pleasant; friendly.

exultation

noun: The act or state of triumphant joy.

balsam

1. Something that soothes or heals. 2. An aromatic resinous substance from certain trees and plants. 3. A preparation, for example an …

hyaline

adjective: Like glass: transparent or translucent. noun: A substance that is transparent or translucent.

salvific

adjective: Having the power to save or redeem.

coterminous

adjective: 1. Having the same or coincident boundaries. 2. Meeting at the ends. 3. Contained within the same boundaries. 4. Having the …

virid

adjective: Bright green.

dandiprat

noun: 1. An inconsequential person. 2. A person of small stature. 3. A child.

gaberlunzie

noun: A wandering beggar, especially one who is licensed.

pejorist

noun: A person who believes that the world is getting worse.

perp

noun: One who commits a crime or is accused of committing one.

Aunt Sally

noun: 1. An object of criticism 2. Someone of something set up as an easy target for criticism in order to deflect …

flash Harry

noun: A man who dresses and behaves in a vulgar, showy, or pretentious manner.

nervous Nelly

noun: One who is unusually nervous, timid, or fearful.

Hooray Henry

noun: A young, upper-class man who behaves in a loud, obnoxious, and often pretentious manner.

boogie

verb intr.: 1. To move, go, or depart quickly. 2. To dance in an energetic manner, especially to rock music. noun: 1. …

downbeat

noun: 1. The downward stroke of a conductor indicating the first or an accented beat of a measure. 2. The first beat …

fanfare

noun: 1. A showy public display. 2. A brief, lively sounding of brass instruments, especially trumpets, in a celebration.