a building offering basic sleeping accommodations for workers, visitors, or campers.
bunk house
a laborer, especially one employed as a general assistant to a riverboat captain.
swamper
a person who skins animals or prepares skins.
skinner
a person or thing that cultivates something:
cultivator
eager or quick to argue, quarrel, or fight:
pugnacious
a person or thing that is lightly built or constructed.
lightweight
conceited or arrogant, especially in a bold or impudent way.
cockier
go or move in an exaggeratedly impatient or angry manner
flounced
settling an issue; producing a definite result
decisive
put a bridle on (a horse)
bridled
in a manner intended to defend or protect:
defensively
showing smug or uncritical satisfaction with oneself or one's achievements:
complacently
paint (a wall, building, or room) with whitewash.
whitewashed
a soldier of the Confederacy in the Civil War
graybacks
great enjoyment:
relish
French name for Basle.
bale
in a careful or cautious manner:
gingerly
consisting of disorganized, untidy, or incomplete parts
scrappy
showing a critical or disrespectful attitude:
derogatory
sounding sad and mournful:
plaintively
twist or bend out of its normal shape
contorted
abrupt or offhand in speech or manner:
brusquely
separate or release (someone or something) from something to which they are attached or connected
disengage
be absorbed in thought:
mused
a strong, durable material, typically striped, used to cover mattresses and pillows.
ticking
not easily convinced; having doubts or reservations:
skeptically
) broad and sturdily built.
stocky
appease the anger or anxiety of (someone
mollified
very drunk
lashed
in a way that suggests that something bad is going to happen
ominously
a diamond or other gem set in a piece of jewelry by itself.
solitaire
feel regret or sadness about (the loss or disappearance of something):
mourned
a hybrid plant or animal, especially a sterile one.
mules
eliberately or affectedly playful and teasing:
archly
impressive stateliness, dignity, or beauty:
majesty
Elementary facts about triangles were presented by Euclid around 300 BC.
triangle
a small container
vials
a liquid or lotion,
liniment
trademark for a hat having a high crown and wide brim.
stetson hat
acting in a scheming and ruthlessly determined way:
calculating
a position on a real or imaginary scale of amount, quantity, extent, or quality:
levelly
a swamp.
slough
Skinner is the main driver of a mule team who handles the reins.
jerkline
find or discover by investigation:
trace
of, for, or relating to the nose:
nasal
anxious or fearful that something bad or unpleasant will happen:
apprehensive
extreme or alarming importance; seriousness:
gravity
the state or quality of being worthy of honor or respect:
dignity

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