The art of dramatic composition for the stage.
Talk, especially unnecessary talk; chatter.
To honour by rites, by ceremonies of joy and respect, or by refraining from ordinary business; to observe duly.
The quality or state of being perpetual; endless duration; uninterrupted existence.
To enroll as a member of a body, especially of a college or university.
The throat or esophagus.
A person experiencing catalepsy.
(nautical) A drainage hole on the deck of a ship. (architecture) A similar opening in a wall or parapet that allows water to drain from a roof.
Any open-mouthed expression. A bird’s gaping mouth. The throat of a calyx.
Fragrant or aromatic; having a sweet scent. Having the smell of the article in question.
Regular change or succession from one thing to another, or one part of a cycle to the next; alternation; mutual succession; interchange.
Wooden (especially oaken) panelling on the lower part of a room’s walls.
A liturgical vestment of the Christian Church. It has the form of a tunic of white linen or cotton material, with wide or moderately wide sleeves, reaching to the hips or knees. It usually features lace decoration and may have embroidered bordures.
Sticky, tacky, adhesive.
Noteworthy, remarkable, great.