the philosophical theory that the self is all that you know to exist
of questionable taste or morality; decadent
Using as few words as possible; pithy and concise.
(of a person or their manner) Slow and gloomy
ancient or antiquated; old; prehistoric.
Of or pertaining to epistemology or theory of knowledge, as a field of study
extreme want; poverty; destitution.
Relating to expense; regulating expense or expenditure.
Malicious enjoyment derived from observing someone else's misfortune.
Walking about; itinerant; nomadic.
concealed or hidden out of the way.
Attended with peril; dangerous; risky.
sounding as if the nose were pinched; "a whining nasal voice"
The theory that the self is the only thing that can be known and verified.
Made in imitation; artificial, especially of an inferior quality.
Fidelity to one's lord; the feudal obligation by which the tenant or vassal was bound to be faithful to his lord; fidelity; allegiance; faithfulness.
Having the colour of blood; red.
Of or relating to the tailoring of clothing.
The study of saints.
A writing or expression congruous with the tenets of hagiography.
The eldest son of the king of France.
Of the time period prior to a war.
A random or sudden outburst (of activity).
Of or pertaining to laughter.
A person who takes part in dialogue or conversation.
Any of various omnivorous, even-toed ungulates of the family Suidae.
The fact or action of becoming a god; deification.
Courtesy and considerate behavior toward others
Common in a boring way, to the point of being predictable; containing nothing new or fresh.
Incessant or incessantly recurring, but futile.
Recently started but not fully formed yet; just begun; only elementary or immature.
Marked by extreme anger or fury.
A novel tracing the spiritual, moral, psychological, or social development and growth of the main character, usually from childhood to maturity.
The concluding section of a discourse, either written or oral, in which the orator or writer sums up and commends his topic to his audience, particularly as used in the technical sense of a component of ancient Roman oratorical delivery.
Able to be substituted for something of equal value.
Hidden from the mental or intellectual view; secret; abstruse.
the pygmy chimpanzee, Pan paniscus, from Africa south of the Congo
The hypothetical fiery principle formerly assumed to be a necessary constituent of combustible bodies and to be given up by them in burning.
An unforeseen, inopportune, or embarrassing event; a hitch
equipment used for a specific task or purpose; gear