The action or condition of being deprived of a close relation or friend through their death.
‘the family suffered a sad bereavement’ english HirotoShishido
form of corporal punishment used in certain schools, involving beating with a cane.
‘wrong answers were rewarded by the cane’ english HirotoShishido
A rank of officer in the British army, above second lieutenant and below captain. english HirotoShishido
Causing hatred or disgust; repulsive.
'you foul loathsome evil little cockroach' english HirotoShishido
glare(noun)①A fierce or angry stare.
‘she gave Harley a glare of contempt’
② Strong and dazzling light.
'the patient reported excessive glare from the headlights of oncoming cars' english HirotoShishido
burst①Break open or apart suddenly and violently, especially as a result of an impact or internal pressure.
‘one of the balloons burst’
‘the dam burst after days of torrential (tɔːrénʃəl) rain’
A very unpleasant and prolonged experience.
‘the ordeal of having to give evidence’
'during this ordeal, his liver begins to synthesize large quantities of glucose…' english HirotoShishido
Cloud forming a towering mass with a flat base at fairly low altitude and often a flat top, as in thunderstorms.
‘the development of clouds from fair-weather cumulus to giant cumulonimbus’ englishadvanced 3000 HirotoShishido
(of the air or weather) hot and humid.
‘the sultry late summer weather had brought swarms of insects’
‘the air was warm, slightly humid but not sultry’ englishadvanced 3000 HirotoShishido