adjective: Tiny. noun: Someone or something very small.
noun: A very short notice or no notice.
noun: Something precise or exact.
noun: The policy of giving generous compensation, benefits, unemployment relief, etc.
noun: A position involving pomp and show, but no real power or authority.
noun: A severe setback or disappointment.
verb tr.: To handle roughly, but in a playful manner; verb intr. To engage in boisterous play; noun: Boisterous play.
noun: One who forms a romantic relationship with a rich person for money.
noun: A worker, athlete, performer, etc. who is competent and reliable, but undistinguished.
noun: A merchant or businessman with sufficient wealth to wield political power.
adjective: Spraying saliva when speaking.
noun: The assemblage of bubbles, in a glass of champagne, for example.
noun: A task given, especially as a punishment.
adjective: Made up of both good and evil.
noun: The fear of public speaking.
verb tr.: To willfully damage another’s property.
noun: A person regarded as dim-witted or foolish.
adjective: Indifferent or uncaring.
adjective: Overly concerned with one’s appearance, demeanor, etc.
adjective: Surrendering one’s integrity for something, such as power, money, fame, etc.
noun: A rich, privileged person, especially one who influences elections by making contributions to political campaigns.
adjective: Relating to the dog days.
adjective: Stubbornly determined or persistent.
verb intr.: 1. To make a shrill sound as if of a cat in heat or of cats quarreling. 2. To quarrel …