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adj l

  • gallant β€” brave, spirited, noble-minded, or chivalrous: a gallant knight; a gallant rescue attempt.
  • gritty β€” consisting of, containing, or resembling grit; sandy.
  • bold β€” Bold lines or designs are drawn in a clear, strong way.
  • fearless β€” without fear; bold or brave; intrepid.
  • audacious β€” Someone who is audacious takes risks in order to achieve something.
  • adventurous β€” Someone who is adventurous is willing to take risks and to try new methods. Something that is adventurous involves new things or ideas.
  • courageous β€” Someone who is courageous shows courage.
  • heroic β€” Also, heroical. of, relating to, or characteristic of a hero or heroine.
  • daring β€” People who are daring are willing to do or say things which are new or which might shock or anger other people.
  • burdensome β€” If you describe something as burdensome, you mean it is worrying or hard to deal with.
  • chunky β€” A chunky person is broad and heavy.
  • considerable β€” Considerable means great in amount or degree.
  • copious β€” A copious amount of something is a large amount of it.
  • corpulent β€” If you describe someone as corpulent, you mean they are fat.
  • cumbersome β€” Something that is cumbersome is large and heavy and therefore difficult to carry, wear, or handle.
  • cumbrous β€” cumbersome
  • fat β€” File Allocation Table
  • fleshy β€” having much flesh; plump; fat.
  • gravid β€” pregnant1 (def 1).
  • gross β€” without deductions; total, as the amount of sales, salary, profit, etc., before taking deductions for expenses, taxes, or the like (opposed to net2. ): gross earnings; gross sales.
  • hefty β€” heavy; weighty: a hefty book.
  • huge β€” extraordinarily large in bulk, quantity, or extent: a huge ship; a huge portion of ice cream.
  • laden β€” burdened; loaded down.
  • large β€” of more than average size, quantity, degree, etc.; exceeding that which is common to a kind or class; big; great: a large house; a large number; in large measure; to a large extent.
  • loaded β€” bearing or having a load; full: a loaded bus.
  • lead-footed β€” awkward; clumsy.

adjective l

  • herolike β€” Resembling or characteristic of a hero; heroic.
  • heavy β€” of great weight; hard to lift or carry: a heavy load.
  • elephantine β€” Of, resembling, or characteristic of an elephant or elephants, especially in being large, clumsy, or awkward.
  • enceinte β€” An enclosure or the enclosing wall of a fortified place.
  • excessive β€” More than is necessary, normal, or desirable; immoderate.
  • expectant β€” Having or showing an excited feeling that something is about to happen, especially something pleasant and interesting.

noun l

  • asperity β€” If you say something with asperity, you say it impatiently and severely.
  • bad news β€” someone or something regarded as undesirable
  • bind β€” If something binds people together, it makes them feel as if they are all part of the same group or have something in common.
  • box β€” A box is a square or rectangular container with hard or stiff sides. Boxes often have lids.
  • catch-22 β€” If you describe a situation as a Catch-22, you mean it is an impossible situation because you cannot do one thing until you do another thing, but you cannot do the second thing until you do the first thing.
  • circumstance β€” The circumstances of a particular situation are the conditions which affect what happens.
  • clutch β€” If you clutch at something or clutch something, you hold it tightly, usually because you are afraid or anxious.
  • condition β€” If you talk about the condition of a person or thing, you are talking about the state that they are in, especially how good or bad their physical state is.
  • corner β€” A corner is a point or an area where two or more edges, sides, or surfaces of something join.
  • crisis β€” A crisis is a situation in which something or someone is affected by one or more very serious problems.
  • deadlock β€” If a dispute or series of negotiations reaches deadlock, neither side is willing to give in at all and no agreement can be made.
  • deep water β€” having, requiring, or operating in deep water: deepwater shipping; deepwater drilling for oil.
  • difficulty β€” the fact or condition of being difficult.
  • dilemma β€” a situation requiring a choice between equally undesirable alternatives.
  • drag β€” drag and drop
  • fix β€” to repair; mend.
  • hang-up β€” a preoccupation, fixation, or psychological block; complex: His hang-up is trying to outdo his brother.
  • hardship β€” a condition that is difficult to endure; suffering; deprivation; oppression: a life of hardship.
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