having or showing skill, cleverness, or resourcefulness in handling situations.
Adroit
a loud arrogant boaster.
Braggart
an adherent of an ancient Greek school of philosophers who held the view that virtue is the only good and that its essence lies in self-control and independence.
Cynic
dirty; unclean.
Dingy
of, relating to, or featuring horseback riding.
Equestrian
Flail
to strike with or as if with a flail.
Guile
deceitful cunning; duplicity.
an open shed or shelter
Hovel
to encroach upon in a way that violates law or the rights of another.
Infringe
a long duration of individual life.
Longevity
characterized by a heavy dimness or obscurity caused by or like that caused by overhanging fog or smoke.
Murky
the quality or state of being obstinate : stubbornness. b) the quality or state of being difficult to remedy, relieve, or subdue.
Obstinacy
xceptionally early in development or occurrence. 2) exhibiting mature qualities at an unusually early age.
Precocious
having or showing a sensible or practical identity. 2) representing familiar things in a way that is accurate or true to life.
Realistic
consequence, result.
Sequel
tremendous in size, volume, or degree : gigantic, colossal.
Gargantuan
capable of being understood from something else though unexpressed.
Implicit
beginning to come into being or to become apparent.
Incipient
A formal or official document usually executed in two or more copies.
Indenture
To give literary or formal expression to
Indite
A very small amount.
Iota
Joint; connection
Juncture
The immature, wingless, and often wormlike feeding form that hatches from the egg of many insects
Larval
Of, relating to, or bordering on the sea. 2) Of or relating to navigation or commerce on the sea
Maritime
Pleasure in being abused or dominated : a taste for suffering.
Masochistic