verb: Move or swing back and forth at regular speed/sway.
verb: oscillate; 3rd person present: oscillates; past tense: oscillated; past participle: oscillated; gerund or present participle: oscillating
E.G. The cat oscillated its thick and fluffy tail to and fro.
adjective: Physically beautiful or pretty.
E.G. The pulchritudinous she-cat briefly nodded her head.
E.G. The herculean male dog leaped at his opponent.
E.G. The brawny tiger began to creep upon a rabbit.
adjective: In poor condition.
E.G. The tattered and mangy dog limped along the wet road.
adjective: Involving a harsh, discordant mixture of sounds.
noun: A harsh, discordant of sounds.
noun: cacophony; plural noun: cacophonies
E.G. The cacophonous howling of the crying baby rung in her ears.
E.G. The cacophony of the crying baby rung in her ears.
adjective: Very clear; transparent.
E.G. She gazed into the crystalline water.
adjective: Difficult to carry or move because of its size, shape, or weight.
adjective: unwieldy; comparative adjective: unwieldier; superlative adjective: unwieldiest
E.G. The human attempted to heave the unwiedly crate.
adjective: Of the pale gray color of ash. Also means pale of shock.
E.G. Her face turned ashen as she studied the collision.
adjective: Extremely pale of coloring, mostly due to lack in health.
adjective: sallow; comparative adjective: sallower; superlative adjective: sallowest
E.G. As she looked into the mirror, she noticed her skin had became sallow.
adjective: Black in color.
E.G. The atramentous colored wolf weaved past trees and large shrubs.
adjective: A creamy white color; off white.
E.G. She lapped at her ivory pelt which was dappled with light brown splotches.
noun: A feeling of deep anxiety or dread.
E.G. A jolt of angst struck her as the tornado twisted into action.
adjective: (Of a person) subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind
E.G. He began to feel mercurial, the apprehension and concern began to overwhelm him.
adjective: Sarcastic in a scathing and bitter way.
E.G. She said in a caustic manner.
E.G. She wore a face of ennui, her mouth etching into a bored frown.
adjective: Very attentive to and concerned about accuracy and detail; critical and fussy.
E.G. He was very fastidious with his choice of words.
noun: A complete failure; a fiasco.
noun: debacle; plural noun: debacles
E.G. She stared in awe at the grimmacing debacle.
adjective: Fond of company; sociable.
E.G. The couple were well mannered and gregarious as they welcomed their new neighbor.
adjective: Unmeasurably small.
E.G. The infinitesimal mouse skittered across the hard wood floor.
adjective: Very vivid in color or vividly colorful; brilliant.
E.G. He extended an arm vigilantly towards the fluorescent and beautiful crystal.
adjective: Easily angered.
E.G. She was extremely irascible, most neighbors avoided her.
adjective: Sparkling or shining brilliantly.
verb: Emit flashes of light; sparkle.
gerund or present participle: scintillating; participle: scintillated
E.G. The scintillating waves of water.
E.G. The waves of water scintillated.
noun: sanguine fluid
E.G. The sanguine fluid poured from the gash.
adjective: Large in size.
E.G. A monumental wolf.
verb: To weaken or damage.
past tense: impaired; past participle: impaired; gerund or present participle: imparing
E.G. She began to impair the opposing wolf.
adjective: Having unlimited power; able to do anything.
E.G. She felt omnipotent for being crowned a deity.
adjective: Noisy or energetic.
E.G. The boisterous wolf pup bounded about.
verb: To surround something or someone and hold within.
gerund or present participle: encompassing
E.G. The encompassing square hedges.
adjective: Impressive or magnificent.
E.G. A grandoise man.
adjective: Shining brilliantly, radiant or lustrous.
E.G. The luminous dial on his watch.
adjective: Hopeful and confident about the future; confident.
E.G. She faded into an optimisic feeling.
adjective: Incapable of being understood or fully explored.
E.G. His unfathomable gaze.
adjective: Well meaning and kind.
E.G. The benevolent fund to charity.
adjective: Beautiful; pretty.
E.G. The beauteous lady.
E.G. A gargantuan appetite.
noun: Strong hostility.
noun: animosity; plural noun: animosties
E.G. He said with animosity.
adjective: Attractive or appealing in presence.
E.G. He was not a prepossessing sight.
verb: Force or oblige someone to do something.
verb: compel; 3rd person present: compels; past tense: compelled; past participle: compelled; gerund or present participle: compelling
E.G. He compelled the employee to give him a free Big Mac.
verb: The quality of being attractive.
verb: allure; 3rd person present: allures; past tense: allured; past participle: allured; gerund or present participle: alluring
E.G. The man's looks held no allure.
verb: Showing or feeling active opposition or hostility toward someone or something.
gerund or present participle: antagonizing
E.G. She was antagonistic towards the man.
adjective: (Land) Too poor to produce much or any vegetation.
E.G. The barren land.
adjective: Sullen and ill-tempered; gloomy.
E.G. The morose man cried quietly.
adjective: Morally corrupt or wicked.
E.G. A depraved indifference.
verb: Emitting a deep loud roar, typically in pain or anger.
verb: bellow; 3rd person present: bellows; past tense: bellowed; past participle: bellowed; gerund or present participle: bellowing
E.G. The hostile lion bellowed.
adjective: Abandoned or deserted.
E.G. The forsaken and lost puppy roamed the empty streets.
adjective: Thin or supple; slender.
adjective: lithe; adjective: lithesome
E.G. Silverstream was lithesome which obviously attracted Graystripe.
verb: Feel contempt or deep repugnance for; to hate something or someone.
verb: despise; 3rd person present: despises; past tense: despised; past participle: despised; gerund or present participle: despising
E.G. He despised her for acting selfish.
verb: Feel intense hate or disgust for; see despise.
verb: loathe; 3rd person present: loathes; past tense: loathed; past participle: loathed; gerund or present participle: loathing
E.G. She loathed the irritating and cringing sound of nails on a chalk board.