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Pronunciation:

[l_ˈɒ_t], [lˈɒt], [lˈɒt]
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Synonyms for Lot:

allotment (noun) portion (noun) region (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Lot:

  • piolot,
  • lont,
  • lwr,
  • letty,
  • lotta,
  • lodt,
  • lotf,
  • lor,
  • loo,
  • ldiot,
  • let,
  • lourd,
  • lrt,
  • los,
  • lowet,
  • lwhat,
  • lgt,
  • loeft,
  • lol,
  • lioyd,
  • loc,
  • clott,
  • llyod,
  • lowton,
  • labot,
  • wot,
  • lfow,
  • lof,
  • llord,
  • lotd,
  • vilot,
  • loreet,
  • lloud,
  • latahm,
  • wlohe,
  • lou,
  • lod,
  • alot,
  • loveto,
  • lots,
  • lagit,
  • loylty,
  • loctae,
  • leatr,
  • lote,
  • loth,
  • locat,
  • letout,
  • lut,
  • lat,
  • latey,
  • loadd,
  • lotof,
  • loost,
  • lostt,
  • iot,
  • lowthat,
  • lt,
  • lst,
  • ot,
  • lmeet,
  • loy,
  • laert,
  • fot,
  • loest,
  • lator,
  • loight,
  • ygot,
  • lsot,
  • loalty,
  • loto,
  • eot,
  • zelot,
  • lotin,
  • wloud,
  • lette,
  • glote,
  • lgiht,
  • loght,
  • lottie,
  • loorat,
  • litil,
  • lovet,
  • lordd,
  • balot,
  • llok,
  • lon,
  • lbor,
  • loev,
  • tolot,
  • alort,
  • lov,
  • lught,
  • lfet,
  • loact,
  • liite,
  • larrt,
  • logit,
  • loyity,
  • glot,
  • lzy,
  • lft,
  • letmy,
  • qoet,
  • 9volt,
  • laate,
  • alowd,
  • lok,
  • loset,
  • let't,
  • lthat,
  • leght,
  • loate,
  • thelot,
  • loat,
  • pliot,
  • laot,
  • loe,
  • lopt,
  • cloet,
  • wrlod,
  • letme,
  • yot,
  • alotta,
  • lossto,
  • llost,
  • lotsa,
  • not,
  • looad,
  • locte,
  • lokt,
  • lott,
  • aot,
  • flote,
  • loudy,
  • lought,
  • flot,
  • lowfat,
  • lokota,
  • liitl,
  • kloot,
  • lovato,
  • laout,
  • lortab,
  • piliot,
  • loi,
  • toliot,
  • lota,
  • aloat,
  • lottry,
  • let'a,
  • lettr,
  • yuot,
  • llots,
  • loton,
  • lockt,
  • llto,
  • lotz,
  • lovw,
  • loyaty,
  • vot,
  • lookt,
  • alote,
  • ploit,
  • lto,
  • olt,
  • leart,
  • lapto,
  • slaot,
  • loilty,
  • l99o,
  • loelty,
  • plote,
  • lacto,
  • luod,
  • liots,
  • alott,
  • lght,
  • loa,
  • lvoe,
  • flowt,
  • lovt,
  • lsoe,
  • letar,
  • loket,
  • looed,
  • do't,
  • blout,
  • lioght,
  • yhot,
  • alout,
  • losty,
  • aalot,
  • lotso,
  • losst,
  • loste,
  • loist,
  • loacte,
  • loyoty,
  • ility,
  • lowst,
  • loyitey,
  • oot,
  • olot,
  • llot,
  • liilt,
  • ilot,
  • letyou,
  • liost,
  • lihgt,
  • aloot,
  • litty,
  • laght,
  • loez,
  • uot,
  • lite96,
  • eliot,
  • lget,
  • lop,
  • ioit,
  • lador,
  • larte,
  • llate,
  • leyout,
  • leaat,
  • klet,
  • le't,
  • lket,
  • llet,
  • lwet,
  • lwt,
  • tlet,
  • letgo,
  • lietty,
  • lok1,
  • llor,
  • 1ot,
  • liot,
  • lo9t,
  • loit,
  • loti,
  • lotl,
  • nlot,
  • lottey,
  • looud,
  • lo0w,
  • merlot,
  • lom,
  • lnot,
  • n9ot,
  • not6,
  • noyt,
  • quilot,
  • ruleout,
  • slott,
  • wo't,
  • xltt.

Rhymes for Lot:

  1. got, cot, trot, rot, baht, shot, spot, knot, slot, blot, dot, scot, lat, clot, hot, yacht, caught, lotte, squat, bought, plot, scott, mott, pot, jot, watt, tot;
  2. sadat, forgot, allot;

Quotes for Lot:

  1. Behind every successful man there's a lot of unsuccessful years. Bob Brown.
  2. The architecture profession has lost a lot of its integrity, especially in the USA. The general architect here has no scruples, no ambitions. Helmut Jahn.
  3. You know, the blond guy plays the good guy and I play the bad part, the bad guys. Which is a lot of fun. Playing the bad guy is great. And it's the whole British thing. You know, in so many films the bad guy is British. Gary Oldman makes a living doing that. Matt Robinson.

Idioms of Lot:

  1. have a lot on plate;
  2. say a lot about;
  3. a whole lot

Adjectives for Lot:

  • basically irreverent,
  • rough, untrustworthy,
  • usually half-empty,
  • dense, suspicious,
  • horrible, callous,
  • dysfunctional, mercenary,
  • ignorant and filthy,
  • seedy back-alley,
  • discontented and disloyal,
  • turbulent, discontented and disloyal,
  • hardy, suspicious,
  • deliberately stubborn,
  • smoky vacant,
  • superstitious, childish,
  • notoriously frugal,
  • empty and moon-drenched,
  • now empty and moon-drenched,
  • decidedly illiterate,
  • dull, wary,
  • moonlit vacant,
  • downtrodden underpaid,
  • bothersome, defective,
  • vacant, tree-lined,
  • fenced-in, empty,
  • nervy and superstitious,
  • cheeky and impetuous,
  • flamboyant, mischievous,
  • competent, hard-working,
  • dishonorable, despicable,
  • supplementary indoor,
  • whole self-important,
  • big half-acre,
  • dangerous and fearless,
  • mysterious, murderous,
  • devilish wise,
  • woefully superstitious,
  • prudential underground,
  • weirdly fanciful,
  • tanned, industrious,
  • uniformly seedy,
  • colorful and diverse,
  • mentally immature and barbaric,
  • men\-tally immature and barbaric,
  • men\-tally immature,
  • metropolitan, unpleasant,
  • fat, sorry,
  • competent, rowdy,
  • drowsy, undistinguished,
  • grubby, contemptible,
  • oversize tree-shaded,
  • woefully unreliable,
  • powerful talky,
  • largest vacant,
  • particularly unproductive,
  • nice vacant,
  • bloody good-hearted,
  • bloody, barbaric,
  • handsome but tattered,
  • awfully ineffective,
  • diverse and multi-cultural,
  • uncommonly diverse and multi-cultural,
  • uncommonly diverse,
  • indifferent, insolent,
  • damned overbearing,
  • honest, lusty,
  • formal, dour,
  • vulgar infantile,
  • mighty fractious,
  • devious, inscrutable,
  • squalid vacant,
  • sour, tight,
  • whole contentious,
  • damn sturdy,
  • freshly striped,
  • small, two-tiered,
  • bloody imperious,
  • smelly superstitious,
  • serious, peculiar,
  • tempestuous, fickle,
  • universally dour,
  • hardy, wary,
  • mightily proud,
  • rather dysfunctional,
  • gruesome, boring,
  • greatly unpleasant,
  • self-congratulatory, noble,
  • terribly independent,
  • naive, superstitious,
  • tiny municipal,
  • narrow, vacant,
  • bloody resilient,
  • vicious, territorial,
  • rebellious, undisciplined,
  • untidy, messy,
  • fenced vacant,
  • prim and strait-laced,
  • real diverse,
  • southeast wooded,
  • amoral and devious,
  • cagey, suspicious,
  • variable and various,
  • savage and impulsive,
  • pre-eminently devotional,
  • rakish, admirable,
  • slow unoriginal,
  • nice-looking, upstanding,
  • securely circumscribed,
  • upstanding, independent,
  • silly stuck-up,
  • easy-going rough,
  • mighty haughty,
  • improvident, carefree,
  • hardy two-fisted,
  • interesting and sociable,
  • galling and painful,
  • wonderfully untidy,
  • ignorant rustic,
  • fairly intelligent and law-abiding,
  • vacant but fenced,
  • clean, capable and genial,
  • mighty uninteresting,
  • wide flower-bordered,
  • smart and able,
  • inevitably hard,
  • aesthetic-sensual,
  • fuller and easier,
  • strange, drab,
  • middling tidy,
  • bad, bloodthirsty,
  • rough but very hospitable,
  • nice, idle,
  • slow, narrow-minded,
  • unscrupulous and remarkable,
  • lazy, vicious,
  • county tremendously ancient,
  • awful shabby,
  • depressed and sad,
  • kittenish and playful,
  • deep, vacant,
  • infernally fastidious,
  • sulky, sulky,
  • most inhospitable,
  • savage and difficult,
  • powerful, savage and difficult,
  • entire olympian,
  • superficially cheerful,
  • blatantly flirtatious,
  • normally rambunctious,
  • right bloody,
  • terrible middle-class,
  • snowy and muddy,
  • oddly prim,
  • hardy, brutal,
  • random odd,
  • dour and humorless,
  • dull and placid,
  • poorly assorted,
  • spineless, effeminate,
  • superstitious, suspicious,
  • surprisingly trusting,
  • unusually resourceful,
  • muddy industrial,
  • distinctly ragged,
  • vast carnival,
  • empty fenced,
  • mostly empty and quiet,
  • open windy,
  • lean, impoverished,
  • mighty high-up,
  • distant vacant,
  • lazy, unproductive,
  • more nor mal,
  • fairly pragmatic,
  • independent, free-spirited,
  • huge, scary,
  • awful damned,
  • large, wooded,
  • solitary and peaceful,
  • lonely bitter,
  • slow and uncouth,
  • sturdy, hard-bitten,
  • rough, immoral,
  • common and almost universal,
  • terribly bloodthirsty,
  • awfully touchy,
  • nice, plucky,
  • whole lonesome,
  • capable and genial,
  • apparently thrifty,
  • savage, piratical,
  • reticent, independent,
  • bad, treacherous,
  • murderous, bloodthirsty,
  • devilishly queer,
  • terribly dowdy,
  • unique and gifted,
  • discontented, idle,
  • unusually creditable,
  • ungrateful and selfish,
  • offensively cheerful,
  • own canny,
  • depraved or vicious,
  • superstitious and barbarous,
  • dirty, poisonous,
  • new, sentient,
  • bloodthirsty, murderous,
  • fairly worthless,
  • miserable decayed,
  • brutally competitive,
  • rutted and dusty,
  • terribly secretive,
  • dry and crusty,
  • rather boorish,
  • awful huge,
  • boisterously comic,
  • possible sad,
  • sad drunken,
  • heavy, ignorant,
  • mighty virtuous,
  • shifty, treacherous,
  • lowly seeming,
  • poor, mean-spirited,
  • plump, purple,
  • bigger and nastier,
  • thoroughly tiresome,
  • altogether unsympathetic,
  • mentally immature,
  • extraordinarily diverse,
  • large fenced-in,
  • damned independent,
  • wildly variable,
  • superstitious and gullible,
  • notoriously superstitious and gullible,
  • diverse and wild,
  • withered and moldy,
  • real tidy,
  • quiet reliable,
  • generous wooded,
  • grimly puritanical,
  • listless, downtrodden,
  • volatile, scrappy,
  • rubbly empty,
  • fearful and highly superstitious,
  • tiresomely cautious,
  • weary and downtrodden,
  • smart and docile,
  • properly smart and docile,
  • properly smart,
  • famously fastidious,
  • traditionally lusty,
  • fine and trusting,
  • hot-blooded and passionate,
  • tedious, useless,
  • erratic and disaffected,
  • sorry and sadly bedraggled,
  • close-mouthed and secretive,
  • immature and barbaric,
  • vigorous and good-humored,
  • perverse and difficult,
  • dour, cranky,
  • dirty, grim,
  • ornery and independent,
  • just unstable and unhappy,
  • just unstable,
  • immoral and unfaithful,
  • hungry, dehydrated,
  • notoriously monolithic,
  • stiff, stodgy,
  • powerfully superstitious,
  • ragged, evil-looking,
  • woebegone, miserable,
  • rapacious, cold-blooded,
  • starchy, pompous,
  • notoriously close-mouthed,
  • desirable, comfortable,
  • dull, dour,
  • hazy and quite uninteresting,
  • whole, salutary,
  • rotten slow,
  • particularly chipper,
  • incompetent, helpless,
  • crestfallen, terror-stricken,
  • outrageous rough,
  • fat and selfish,
  • worst discontented,
  • wonderfully light-hearted,
  • brilliant and peaceful,
  • destructive, greedy,
  • short and dizzy,
  • extremely unhappy and forlorn,
  • dusty but hilarious,
  • intriguing, greedy,
  • finer, straighter,
  • awfully fit-looking,
  • physically finer,
  • irresponsible and mischievous,
  • careless, irresponsible and mischievous,
  • queer and heterogeneous,
  • cheerful and ribald,
  • wretched and ignoble,
  • bibulous and cosmopolitan,
  • hard and sometimes humiliating,
  • ancient miserable,
  • remarkably decent,
  • peculiar and enviable,
  • well-behaved, well-dressed,
  • horrid, rowdy,
  • fine queer,
  • rough and vagrant,
  • gloomy, open,
  • fresh, fashionable,
  • ultimate and cruel,
  • comfortable, pious,
  • pale, rakish,
  • unpleasant and undeserved,
  • mercenary and unpatriotic,
  • inevitable and hereditary,
  • whole classy,
  • cheery and courageous,
  • sorry and sorrowful,
  • brave and bitter,
  • whole smart,
  • wild-eyed, evil-looking,
  • capable, honest and pleasant,
  • uncouth, incapable,
  • exceptionally seasoned and intelligent,
  • exceptionally seasoned,
  • typically plucky,
  • frightfully illogical,
  • sad, hapless,
  • unreasonable, sulky,
  • drunken saucy,
  • uncouth, uncanny,
  • bitter captive,
  • trifling, worthless,
  • critical, expensive,
  • sorrier, hungrier,
  • frugal, law-abiding,
  • treacherous, bad,
  • remarkably fine and superior,
  • awful shady,
  • mournful common,
  • loyal, grateful,
  • present lonesome,
  • humble or insignificant,
  • formal, jealous,
  • picturesque and business-like,
  • remarkably picturesque and business-like,
  • high-living, free-spending,
  • motley slack,
  • inevitable and irredeemable,
  • sober, stern,
  • moderately good-natured,
  • precious undesirable,
  • large, difficult and dangerous,
  • common, oversized,
  • unhappy or unenviable,
  • noisy and intractable,
  • well-fed, happy,
  • hard and pitiable,
  • prettier, happier,
  • hard-working, docile,
  • damned sociable,
  • paltry, stupid,
  • clever, easy-going,
  • spiritless, shiftless,
  • bad, destructive,
  • doubtful, ragged,
  • ruddy rotten,
  • cheery complimentary,
  • poor, uneasy,
  • merry and dramatic,
  • seedy and careworn,
  • able nasty,
  • independent, obstinate,
  • separate fenced-in,
  • ever bitter,
  • awful darn,
  • sad, ignorant,
  • reckless, rakish,
  • cold and thankless,
  • obstinately obdurate,
  • unexpected happy,
  • sorry, unkempt,
  • sentimental, optimistic,
  • uncertain and needy,
  • incautious, irresponsible,
  • hopelessly benighted,
  • whole shiftless,
  • terribly drunken,
  • unparalleled hard,
  • uncommon seedy,
  • astonishing bold,
  • probably uninteresting,
  • dull and probably uninteresting,
  • brightest apparent,
  • jolly suspicious,
  • happy enviable,
  • worthless and improvident,
  • sanctimonious church-going,
  • honest, breezy,
  • cautious and capable,
  • remarkably cautious and capable,
  • finer, cleaner or better,
  • ignorant, easy-going,
  • dirty, evil-minded,
  • tongue-tied, uneasy,
  • prosy, heavy,
  • oppressive, ignominious,
  • precious neurotic,
  • low, disloyal,
  • weary and disheveled,
  • jovial, musical,
  • noisy, hoydenish,
  • dull and cruel,
  • precious stuck-up,
  • pragmatic, hateful,
  • shiftless, useless,
  • indefinitely corrupt,
  • difficult and humbling,
  • selfish, shabby,
  • bold and yellow,
  • indifferently tolerable,
  • miscellaneous or promiscuous,
  • hardy and stalwart,
  • desperate rough,
  • common and promiscuous,
  • spirited and boisterous,
  • low socialist,
  • grim, efficient,
  • turbulent, independent,
  • dirty vacant,
  • appallingly ignorant,
  • tough-looking, desperate,
  • dull, literal-minded,
  • sorry, crestfallen,
  • dull, bedraggled,
  • drunken, rakish,
  • paltry, weak,
  • unreliable, highfalutin,
  • worthless, thankless,
  • disappointing, shifty,
  • fanatical or adventurous,
  • ignorant, fanatical or adventurous,
  • sleepy uninteresting,
  • numerous and assorted,
  • shockingly tiresome,
  • awfully human,
  • scant, sorry,
  • furtive, eccentric,
  • main venturesome,
  • benign or evil,
  • care-free, unpuritanical,
  • bitterest and hardest,
  • peaceful, fine-looking,
  • hard, tight-fisted,
  • sober and anxious,
  • infernally metaphysical,
  • old-fashioned and bigoted,
  • feckless, irresponsible,
  • already bustling,
  • flighty, foolish,
  • superstitious, conservative,
  • stupid and despicable,
  • vain, quarrelsome,
  • tough, desperate,
  • stupid vacant,
  • generous, appreciative,
  • decent civilised,
  • dour and silent,
  • wretched, slipshod,
  • sweet, polite,
  • dark vacant,
  • comparatively unsatisfactory,
  • precious superior,
  • exceedingly rotten,
  • solitary, dark,
  • few penniless,
  • sufficiently queer,
  • uncouth, rough,
  • paltry contemptible,
  • wasteful extravagant,
  • seasoned and intelligent,
  • marvellously cheery,
  • rude mortal,
  • singular and mournful,
  • sufficiently lawless,
  • sandy vacant,
  • merry idle,
  • affable and persuasive,
  • roughly fenced-in,
  • forlorn single,
  • bronzed, hardy,
  • nice hospitable,
  • happiest and greatest,
  • dreadfully careless,
  • available vacant,
  • tough and independent,
  • beautiful vacant,
  • mighty vigorous,
  • already deplorable,
  • dark, suave,
  • sweet, solitary,
  • brawny, sinewy,
  • ole little,
  • whole pestilent,
  • motley and reckless,
  • rough, quarrelsome,
  • whole cool,
  • general, odd,
  • entire and regular,
  • particularly sulky,
  • mighty thorough,
  • truly cheerful,
  • perhaps ignorant,
  • merry and clever,
  • fine, snappy,
  • immutable and general,
  • rather inventive,
  • bravest, coolest,
  • snappy, little,
  • smart workmanlike,
  • industrious and willing,
  • perfectly avoidable,
  • glum, old-fashioned,
  • sordid, unimaginative,
  • weal thy,
  • immediate ancestral,
  • idle improvident,
  • unfair social,
  • strong and healthy-looking,
  • whole ignoble,
  • discontented, rebellious,
  • barbarous and undisciplined,
  • dark, morbid,
  • narrow vacant,
  • general miserable,
  • jolly hearty,
  • drunken, lawless,
  • gentle, simple-minded,
  • unhappy and forlorn,
  • whole ignorant,
  • exceptionally unhappy,
  • sturdy big-boned,
  • silent, tranquil,
  • miserable and calamitous,
  • huge vacant,
  • harmless, good,
  • energetic, able,
  • honest and pleasant,
  • sullen, swarthy,
  • hard feminine,
  • husky, tanned,
  • pitifully unhappy,
  • poor but independent,
  • sturdy and virile,
  • same oppressed,
  • stern, tyrannical,
  • dreadful noisy,
  • troublesome, rebellious,
  • hard and solitary,
  • dingy, shabby,
  • remarkably cautious,
  • cleaner or better,
  • hard sad,
  • mighty prosperous,
  • out-and-out bad,
  • fine, conservative,
  • unspeakably happy,
  • sore and sorrowful,
  • honest, civil,
  • dirty lazy,
  • wide-awake, enterprising,
  • drunken and quarrelsome,
  • false, bad,
  • mute and uncomplaining,
  • awfully risky,
  • lazy, incompetent,
  • reasonably well-behaved,
  • remarkably clumsy,
  • remarkably courageous,
  • kinder tough,
  • notoriously pious,
  • sad and regrettable,
  • sturdy, wholesome,
  • big, vacant,
  • hard but necessary,
  • poor seafaring,
  • devilish dirty,
  • awfully brave,
  • muddy and dirty,
  • crazy, jealous,
  • genuinely hospitable,
  • real good-natured,
  • wretched, haggard,
  • nice complimentary,
  • wretched, sodden,
  • ignorant foolish,
  • own untoward,
  • shabby, disreputable,
  • dirty, barefooted,
  • shameful and degraded,
  • rich, fair,
  • fairly well-behaved,
  • main cruel,
  • highly heterogeneous,
  • toilsome and humiliating,
  • more care-free,
  • rude, stupid,
  • slack and careless,
  • uncommon smart,
  • hateful, selfish,
  • sufficiently abject,
  • narrow, treeless,
  • sinister and suspicious,
  • altogether lovable,
  • whole vulgar,
  • hard-working and thrifty,
  • brutal and powerful,
  • unpuritanical,
  • silly old-fashioned,
  • thine heavy,
  • aggressive, warlike,
  • wonderful fat,
  • nasty, vindictive,
  • big paved,
  • strange, stubborn,
  • stubborn and independent,
  • horrid rough,
  • certain swampy,
  • thrifty and hard-working,
  • empty, vacant,
  • sometimes humiliating,
  • miserable hard,
  • terribly ignorant,
  • bad, rotten,
  • sulky, silent,
  • difficult and unsatisfactory,
  • hard or disagreeable,
  • fine and superior,
  • good willing,
  • common, stupid,
  • mighty common,
  • obscure and miserable,
  • awful wild,
  • unequal,
  • exceedingly queer,
  • little, open,
  • humble but happy,
  • rather promiscuous,
  • hard, grimy,
  • rich middle-class,
  • spanking fine,
  • weary dreary,
  • more evil-looking,
  • utterly lawless,
  • common and immediate,
  • uncommon queer,
  • reckless, irresponsible,
  • merry, high-spirited,
  • new and radically different,
  • old dark-blue,
  • self-respecting, hard-working,
  • dear damned,
  • fairly amiable,
  • whole troublesome,
  • rather secretive,
  • naturally combative,
  • fairly sober,
  • self-sufficient, independent,
  • present pitiable,
  • fullest human,
  • rather inexpensive,
  • clean, happy,
  • more worn-out,
  • useless, lazy,
  • ambitious and crafty,
  • pleasant, companionable,
  • large, sandy,
  • dazed, stupid,
  • common burial,
  • bold and mischievous,
  • sure, thy,
  • once vacant,
  • able, energetic,
  • mighty careless,
  • utter bad,
  • last sorry,
  • sullen, sulky,
  • private burial,
  • rather sporty,
  • sportiest,
  • common, sordid,
  • humble but comfortable,
  • good-natured, fun-loving,
  • sad and lonesome,
  • wretched, wicked,
  • more brutish,
  • surprisingly decent,
  • high fenced,
  • complex and baffling,
  • poor, wicked,
  • foolish and ungrateful,
  • rather purposeless,
  • thy lucky,
  • own distressing,
  • sadly bedraggled,
  • brave and hearty,
  • lovable, lovable,
  • large, bedraggled,
  • beautifully loathsome,
  • temperamentally cheerful,
  • bloodthirsty and unpleasant,
  • moral and sanctimonious,
  • unhappy, thankless,
  • scheming, petty,
  • tactful, tasteful,
  • venal and avaricious,
  • fearsome stubborn,
  • sloppy idle,
  • xenophobic, primitive,
  • primitive, pathetic,
  • blatantly patriotic,
  • enthusiastic and blatantly patriotic,
  • clean, healthy-looking,
  • unwanted noisy,
  • muddy, open,
  • grim fastidious,
  • restive, stubborn,
  • shamelessly hedonistic,
  • serious liberal,
  • same twenty-dollar,
  • bloody clumsy,
  • obviously rough,
  • common, offensive,
  • talented and numerous,
  • nice cut-throat,
  • whole similar,
  • joyous or bitter,
  • dull and seemingly degraded,
  • seemingly degraded,
  • stubby, dusty,
  • curiously smug and well-fed,
  • curiously smug,
  • decent, well-paid,
  • wicked and scrappy,
  • especially wicked and scrappy,
  • narrow snobbish,
  • dowdy and frumpy,
  • care-free, jovial,
  • unusual and highly difficult,
  • single and seemingly inevitable,
  • tough, careless,
  • enviable external,
  • sanctimonious and treacherous,
  • smooth, sanctimonious and treacherous,
  • picturesque common,
  • proud and contentious,
  • shy and sorry,
  • shy and secretive,
  • generally shy,
  • unhappy and unlucky,
  • nice wooded,
  • post-presidential,
  • hardworking and worthy,
  • proud, ungrateful,
  • fine, well-behaved,
  • sleepy, ignorant,
  • convenient vacant,
  • happier, sunnier,
  • smug and well-fed,
  • gray, disheveled,
  • queer, ragged,
  • ignorant, stubborn,
  • successful vacant,
  • drunken, careless,
  • supremely ignorant,
  • cunning and vicious,
  • bloody selfish,
  • smart intellectual,
  • regular cheap,
  • nice filthy,
  • easy and peaceful,
  • nearby vacant,
  • lazy and drunken,
  • small snow-covered,
  • same unavoidable,
  • prosperous and fortunate,
  • low bad,
  • tough and seasoned,
  • apparently disused,
  • lazy, bad,
  • honest, merry,
  • rather belligerent,
  • superstitious, ignorant,
  • other meager,
  • single righteous,
  • less diverse,
  • especially wicked,
  • naturally hard,
  • particularly devout,
  • peculiar triangular,
  • hard and obstinate,
  • highly superstitious,
  • nice rough,
  • cautious and conservative,
  • enviable social,
  • cruel and undeserved,
  • altogether worthless,
  • less feminine,
  • great untidy,
  • hard human,
  • soft, sentimental,
  • particularly clannish,
  • nasty tricky,
  • amazingly disinterested,
  • diverse lean,
  • bloody, painful,
  • sorely inefficient,
  • famous vacant,
  • private, fenced,
  • rotten, promiscuous,
  • stubborn and violent,
  • ragged, undisciplined,
  • happy and singular,
  • nasty quarrelsome,
  • unreasonably impatient,
  • vacant sunken,
  • common, inevitable,
  • heroic and stupid,
  • mighty inventive,
  • proud and numerous,
  • particularly merciful,
  • grassy vacant,
  • humble but safe,
  • salacious, lustful,
  • certain despicable,
  • hard and precarious,
  • sullen and stupid,
  • tarnal bad,
  • notoriously superstitious,
  • cynical and suspicious,
  • dilapidated public,
  • worst mannered,
  • glorious and delightful,
  • general and almost universal,
  • rough but good-natured,
  • nasty and suspicious,
  • unkempt, ragged,
  • average terrestrial,
  • mighty touchy,
  • deceitful, hypocritical,
  • happy, enviable,
  • good-natured and generous,
  • good, hardworking,
  • own vacant,
  • exceptionally stupid,
  • whole tiresome,
  • least unhappy,
  • whole worthless,
  • narrow empty,
  • rare bad,
  • pleasant wooded,
  • real odd,
  • own hapless,
  • thy particular,
  • large, vacant,
  • dirty, lazy,
  • wild, turbulent,
  • certain empty,
  • lone dark,
  • great hearty,
  • fat huge,
  • fine, underhanded,
  • tremendous empty,
  • stiff-backed upper-crust,
  • strong, murderous,
  • rare, bloodthirsty,
  • mostly bedraggled,
  • stupid, egotistical,
  • wooded vacant,
  • filthy, grimy,
  • perfectly excellent,
  • unkind thy,
  • sour and crabbed,
  • civilized and decent,
  • former vacant,
  • strangely quiet and empty,
  • exceptionally foul,
  • precious low,
  • whole blinking,
  • pale and depressed,
  • more rowdy,
  • hardy and independent,
  • well-fed, healthy,
  • silly superstitious,
  • all-round bad,
  • particularly fruitful,
  • darned bad,
  • nearly perpetual,
  • better thy,
  • maybe human,
  • damned human,
  • healthy likable,
  • sun-tanned, philosophical,
  • extraordinarily corrupt,
  • sordid, suspicious,
  • mighty uncivil,
  • stupid, inefficient,
  • unnaturally healthy,
  • otherwise tolerable,
  • courageous, decent,
  • sober, austere,
  • rather materialistic,
  • damned ungrateful,
  • better or happier,
  • unusually dull,
  • jolly queer,
  • present dreary,
  • hopeful, happy,
  • wholly bad,
  • truly pathetic,
  • extraordinarily contentious,
  • whole fractious,
  • linguistically imaginative,
  • bloodless, spineless,
  • well-behaved and serious,
  • inexpressibly distasteful,
  • hopeless, stubborn,
  • special profitable,
  • sorry and feeble,
  • steady and capable,
  • hungry, ragged,
  • jolly hot,
  • rather fearsome,
  • intense, predatory,
  • unhappy and homesick,
  • sour, suspicious,
  • exceptionally greedy,
  • smugly happy,
  • wicked tough,
  • determinedly superstitious,
  • stubborn and difficult,
  • dreadful rough,
  • big awful,
  • damn sorry,
  • eight-acre,
  • low thy,
  • rough, ignorant,
  • family burial,
  • whole bad,
  • murderous, villainous,
  • cosmic vacant,
  • rough and quarrelsome,
  • ultimately selfish,
  • whole paltry,
  • sturdy, solid,
  • uncommonly poor,
  • easier, calmer,
  • thy polluted,
  • precious bad,
  • former car-rental,
  • rather timid and conservative,
  • timid and conservative,
  • tough and resourceful,
  • poor, worthless,
  • small vacant,
  • whole fat,
  • car-rental,
  • uncommon poor,
  • awful peaceable,
  • big vacant,
  • same lawless,
  • nearest vacant,
  • thoroughly unremarkable,
  • nasty heathen,
  • thorough bad,
  • childlike and innocent,
  • old trifling,
  • middling hard,
  • noble good,
  • loud and boisterous,
  • present happy,
  • general miscellaneous,
  • large vacant,
  • regular bad,
  • mighty ornery,
  • half-acre,
  • thoroughly bad,
  • thy happy,
  • certain vacant,
  • own hard,
  • whole helluva,
  • close-mouthed,
  • whole bloody,
  • helluva,
  • vacant,
  • awful,
  • whole.
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