|behave servilely, crawl, crawl; beg; be servile; prostrate oneself; humiliate oneself, wallow||grovel|
|(Grammar) variation of the form (of a noun, verb, etc.); decline, descent, slope, downward slope, process of ending words, set of words that behave similarly, worsening or falling away||declension|
|(Informal) pretentiously artistic, pompously presenting oneself as interested in or involved in the arts (also arty), affectedly artistic||artsy|
|(Slang) behave in a frivolous manner; waste money or time, behave frivolously, waste foolishly||frivol|
|22nd letter of Hebrew alphabet, climb by wrapping the arms and legs around an object and pulling oneself upward, climb using arms and legs, cut of beef, front of lower leg, front part of the leg between the knee and ankle; tibia, bone located at the fr...||shin|
|ability to behave kindly, compassionate act, kindness, pleasantness, amiability; kindheartedness, warmheartedness; friendliness||kindness|
|ability to use something, act of using something, behave toward somebody or something, benefit from something, benefit of property, consume drugs or alcohol regularly, consume something, do something habitually, employ something for some purpose, funct...||use|
|abstain from being in a chief position, permit oneself to be a secondary factor||take a back seat|
|abstain, forebear, restrain oneself, desist, chorus, hold self back, melody, recurring piece of verse, something repeated often, verse or phrase that is repeated during a song or poem, chorus; music or melody that accompanies the chorus||refrain|
|accomplish by oneself, do without the help of others, help yourself, loop attached to boot, self-reliant and self-sustaining, strap or tie of a boot||bootstrap|
|accomplish, do, carry out, execute; act, fulfill a role in a show; present; arrange; direct, manage, fulfill an obligation, function or behave, present an artistic work||perform|
|acknowledge, be in possession of; belong to; confess, belonging to oneself or itself (mine, yours, his, etc.); self, by oneself, emphasizes possessive, have something as property, indicates that somebody does something unaided, take responsibility for||own|
|acquire a burden, experience something unpleasant, meet with, bring upon oneself, become liable for (generally pertaining to something unpleasant or undesirable)||incur|
|act as if; falsely represent oneself||pretend to|
|act as lackey, man servant, obedient follower, servant; person who grovels, serve, function as; grovel before, be servile in front of||lackey|
|act in a play, behave insincerely, pretend to be acting||play-act|
|act in a superior way, make concessions for others, voluntarily lower oneself; patronize, act in a proud manner toward others||condescend|
|act lewd; behave wildly; waste irresponsibly, be wanton, desiring to do harm, excessive, lewd or lascivious person; pampered person; one who is flirtatious, lush, playful, random, sexually indiscriminate, somebody growing unruly, somebody playful, some...||wanton|
|act of avoiding something, act of restraining oneself||abstaining|
|act of bending the body forward and downward; stooping position; condescension; small porch, admit defeat, behave unethically, bend body, bend the body forward and downward; stand or walk with the head and shoulders bent forward, slouch; condescend, lo...||stoop|
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