Adjective : [mer-i-tawr-ee-uh s, -tohr-] Deserving praise, reward, esteem; praiseworthy.
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Verb: bih-MYOOZ To confuse, puzzle, bewilder. To occupy the attention of; distract, absorb. To cause to have feelings of wry or tolerant amusement.
Adjective: hot·sy–tot·sy Comfortably stable or secure About as right as can be; perfect
Adjective: LOO-kyuh-lunt Clear in thought or expression.
Adjective: zongkt Very exhausted or affected by alcohol or drugs
Verb: NIK-tuh-tayt To close and open quickly: to shut one eye briefly: wink To close and open the eyelids
Noun [plural]: mu-bz Overdeveloped breasts on a man, caused by excess weight or lack of exercise.
Adjective: tas-i-turn Inclined to silence; reserved in speech; reluctant to join in conversation. Dour, stern, and silent in expression and manner.
Adjective: hal·lowed Regarded as holy; venerated; sacred. Highly respected.
Verb: rol·lick Act or behave in a jovial and exuberant fashion.