There's a Man in the Habbit of Hitting Me on the Head with an Umbrellal
|nondescript||Lacking distinctive qualities; having no individual character or form: “This expression gave temporary meaning to a set of features otherwise nondescript” (Katherine Anne Porter).|
|sultry||Inflected forms: sul?tri?er, sul?tri?est
1a. Very humid and hot: sultry July weather. b. Extremely hot; torrid: the sultry sands of the desert.
2. Expressing or arousing desire: a sultry look; a sultry dance.
|impassive||1. Devoid of or not subject to emotion.
2. Revealing no emotion; expressionless.
3. Archaic Incapable of physical sensation.
4. Motionless; still.
|blow||a hard hit with a hand or a weapon|
|indignation||Anger aroused by something unjust, mean, or unworthy.|
|right||exactly or directly|
|unruffled||1. Not agitated; calm. See synonyms at cool.
2. Regular and smooth, as the surface of water.
|lunatic||1.someone who behaves in a crazy or very
2.someone who is mentally ill
3.the lunatic fringe; the people in a political group or organization who have the most extreme opinions or ideas
|whack||1.the act of hitting someone hard or the noise this makes|
|torment||to make someone suffer a lot, especially so that they feel guilty or very unhappy.|
|implacable||very determined ti continue opposing someone or something|
|convulsion||1.an act of shaking violently and uncontrollably
because you are ill
2.be in convulsion; to be laughing a lot
|persecute||1.to treat someone cruelly over a period
of time, especially because of their religious
or political beliefs
2.to deliberately cause trouble for someone by continually annoying them
|meek||very quiet and gentle and unwilling to argue or express an opinion|
|premonition||a strange and unexplainable feeling that
something unpleasant, is going to happen
have a premonition; When Anne didn't arrive, Paul had a premonition that she was in danger.
|検索はLongman Dictionary of Contemporary English とAmerican Heritage College dictionaryとColins COBUILDのCD-ROMと小学館ランダムハウス英和辞典CD-ROMを使いました|