Noun: ig·no·mi·ny Public shame or disgrace.
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Noun : cler·i·sy The well-educated class; the literati; the intelligentsia.
Verb : de·volve To gradually go from an advanced state to a less advanced state. To pass (responsibility, power, etc) from one person or group to another person or group at a lower level...
Verb: [spahyn-bash] To rest; loaf.
Noun : [kith] Acquaintances, friends, neighbors, or the like; persons living in the same general locality and forming a more or less cohesive group. Kindred.
Adjective: er·u·dite Having or showing knowledge that is learned by studying.
Noun: gahyl Treacherous cunning; skillful deceit. A trick or stratagem.
Adjective: pur·blind Nearly or partially blind; dim-sighted. Slow or deficient in understanding, imagination, or vision. Obsolete. Totally blind.
Noun: na·ta·to·ri·um An indoor swimming pool
Adjective: liv·id Very angry; furious. Having a dark purplish color.