Dazzled


Verb: (of a bright light) blind (a person) temporarely, example “Her eyes were dazzled with an infinite number of little pinpricks of light.” Synonyms: blind temporarely, deprive of sight

Sand


Definiciones de sand sustantivo a loose granular substance, typically pale yellowish brown, resulting from the erosion of siliceous and other rocks and forming a major constituent of beaches, riverbeds, the seabed, and deserts. The work could be viewed both from boats cruising the bay and from a deserted beach lined with sand dunes. sinónimos: beach,…

Trudge


Definiciones de trudge verbo walk slowly and with heavy steps, typically because of exhaustion or harsh conditions.

desguise


verb give (someone or oneself) a different appearance in order to conceal one’s identity. he disguised himself as a girl sinónimos: in disguise, camouflaged, incognito, undercover

lust


sustantive very strong sexual desire. he knew that his lust for her had returned sinónimos: sexual desire, sexual appetite, sexual longing, ardor, desire, passion, libido, sex drive, sexuality, biological urge, lechery, lasciviousness, concupiscence, horniness, the hots, randiness verb have a very strong sexual desire for someone. he really lusted after me in those days sinónimos:…

shimmering


verbo shine with a soft tremulous light. the sea shimmered in the sunlight sinónimos: glint, glisten, twinkle, sparkle, flash, scintillate, gleam, glow, glimmer, glitter, wink, coruscate

Faded


verbo gradually grow faint and disappear. “the noise faded away” sinónimos: dim, grow dim, grow faint, fail, dwindle, die away, wane, disappear, vanish, decline, melt away, evanesce (with reference to film and television images) come or cause to come gradually into or out of view, or to merge into another shot. “fade into scenes of…

Stood


Definiciones de stand verbo have or maintain an upright position, supported by one’s feet. Lionel stood in the doorway sinónimos: be on one’s feet, be upright, be erect, be vertical (of an object, building, or settlement) be situated in a particular place or position. the town stood on a hill sinónimos: be, exist, be situated,…

Pride


sustantivo a feeling or deep pleasure or satisfaction derived from one’s own achievements, the achievements of those with whom one is closely associated, or from qualities or possessions that are widely admired. “the team was bursting with pride after recording a sensational victory” sinónimos: pleasure, joy, delight, gratification, fulfillment, satisfaction, a sense of achievement a…

Scorn


sustantivo the feeling or belief that someone or something is worthless or despicable; contempt. “I do not wish to become the object of scorn” sinónimos: contempt, derision, contemptuousness, disdain, derisiveness, mockery, sneering verbo feel or express contempt or derision for. “I was routinely ridiculed and scorned by conservatives and liberals alike” sinónimos: deride, hold in…

Blind


adjetivo unable to see; sightless. “she suffered from glaucoma, which has left her completely blind” sinónimos: sightless, unsighted, visually impaired, visionless, unseeing, partially sighted, purblind, as blind as a bat lacking perception, awareness, or discernment. “he’s absolutely blind where you’re concerned, isn’t he?” sinónimos: imperceptive, unperceptive, insensitive, slow, obtuse, uncomprehending, stupid, unintelligent, dense, dim, thick,…

Hurt


sustantivo physical injury; harm. “Actual bodily harm is any hurt or injury calculated to interfere with the health and so called comfort of the victim and must be more than merely trivial or transient.” verbo cause physical pain or injury to. “Ow! You’re hurting me!” sinónimos: injure, wound, damage, abuse, disable, incapacitate, maim, mutilate, wrench,…

Scrawl


sustantivo an example of hurried, careless writing. “the page was covered in scrawls and doodles” sinónimos: scribble, chicken scratch, squiggle(s), hieroglyphics verbo write (something) in a hurried, careless way. “Charlie scrawled his signature” sinónimos: scribble, write hurriedly, write untidily, dash off

Pain


sustantivo physical suffering or discomfort caused by illness or injury. “she’s in great pain” sinónimos: suffering, agony, torture, torment, discomfort; ache, aching, soreness, throb, throbbing, sting, stinging, twinge, shooting pain, stab, pang, cramps, discomfort, irritation, tenderness careful effort; great care or trouble. “she took pains to see that everyone ate well” sinónimos: care, effort, bother,…