Adjective: vo·rac·i·ty 1. Consuming or eager to consume great amounts of food; ravenous. 2. Having or marked by a strong desire for an activity or pursuit: a voracious reader.
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Verb : [buhm-fuhz-uh l] Confuse; perplex; fluster.
Adjective: feck·less Lacking initiative or strength of character; weak; irresponsible.
Noun: [ath-lee-zher, ‐lezh-er] A style of clothing worn as athletic apparel but also suitable for casual, everyday wear.
To sneeze and yawn at the same time.
Adjective: li·on·heart·ed Exceptionally courageous or brave.
Verb: [bam-boo-zuh l] To trick or confuse (someone)
Noun: [fren–uh-mee] One who pretends to be a friend but is actually an enemy.
Noun: [nek-suh s] A means of connection; tie; link. A connected series or group. The core or center, as of a matter or situation.
Adjective: [ig-noh-buh l] Of low character, aims. Of low grade or quality; inferior. Not noble; of humble descent or rank.