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Pronunciation:

[l_ˈɒ_t_s], [lˈɒts], [lˈɒts]
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Synonyms for Lots:

allotments (noun) portions (noun) regions (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Rhymes for Lots:

  1. rots, plots, yachts, slots, knots, cots, hots, blots, pots, squats, watts, shots, dots, scots, spots;
  2. allots;

Quotes for Lots:

  1. But with lots of good ideas, implementation is the key, and so we need to keep our eye on the ball as we go forward and make sure that people honor their pledges in terms of financial commitments, and that we actually use this money so that it makes a real difference. Mitchell Reiss.
  2. There are lots of things I like about playing in a band, the things I can't do by myself you know. Elliott Smith.
  3. I was lucky to come from a difficult area. It teaches you not just about football but also life. There were lots of kids from different races and poor families. People had to struggle to get through the day. Zinedine Zidane.

Idioms of Lots:

  1. no shortage of lots of;
  2. Lots of luck!;
  3. no shortage of sth lots of sth;

Adjectives for Lots:

  • 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,
  • primarily vacant,
  • 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,
  • currently inspiring,
  • 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,
  • tiny, treeless,
  • 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,
  • open and partly fenced,
  • silly stuck-up,
  • easy-going rough,
  • mighty haughty,
  • improvident, carefree,
  • hardy two-fisted,
  • fly strong,
  • 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,
  • soon vacant,
  • lazy, vicious,
  • county tremendously ancient,
  • awful shabby,
  • depressed and sad,
  • kittenish and playful,
  • also vacant,
  • deep, vacant,
  • fiery and vacant,
  • infernally fastidious,
  • sulky, sulky,
  • most inhospitable,
  • savage and difficult,
  • powerful, savage and difficult,
  • entire olympian,
  • superficially cheerful,
  • neatly gridded,
  • blatantly flirtatious,
  • normally rambunctious,
  • right bloody,
  • simply undeveloped,
  • 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,
  • big wooded,
  • past rural,
  • 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,
  • partly fenced,
  • common and almost universal,
  • terribly bloodthirsty,
  • awfully touchy,
  • nice, plucky,
  • whole lonesome,
  • capable and genial,
  • apparently thrifty,
  • savage, piratical,
  • various eligible,
  • 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,
  • superstitious and gullible,
  • notoriously superstitious and gullible,
  • diverse and wild,
  • withered and moldy,
  • practically continental,
  • 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,
  • ragged vacant,
  • sorry and sadly bedraggled,
  • close-mouthed and secretive,
  • immature and barbaric,
  • vigorous and good-humored,
  • perverse and difficult,
  • similarly fenced,
  • 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,
  • speculative odd,
  • 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,
  • still desirable,
  • 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,
  • good and even valuable,
  • 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,
  • yearly splendid,
  • certain reedy,
  • 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,
  • generally inconvenient and expensive,
  • damned sociable,
  • paltry, stupid,
  • clever, easy-going,
  • assorted and heterogeneous,
  • 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,
  • especially seductive,
  • 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,
  • wasteful vacant,
  • alternate vacant,
  • sober and anxious,
  • frequent wholesale,
  • 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,
  • hard, grassy,
  • dark, morbid,
  • narrow vacant,
  • spacious residential,
  • general miserable,
  • jolly hearty,
  • drunken, lawless,
  • gentle, simple-minded,
  • unhappy and forlorn,
  • several untenanted,
  • whole ignorant,
  • exceptionally unhappy,
  • sturdy big-boned,
  • silent, tranquil,
  • miserable and calamitous,
  • huge vacant,
  • harmless, good,
  • small assorted,
  • energetic, able,
  • honest and pleasant,
  • sullen, swarthy,
  • hard feminine,
  • husky, tanned,
  • less-than-carload,
  • pitifully unhappy,
  • barren, useless,
  • poor but independent,
  • sturdy and virile,
  • same oppressed,
  • generally inconvenient,
  • stern, tyrannical,
  • dreadful noisy,
  • restless, troublesome,
  • numerous unoccupied,
  • 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,
  • interesting and productive,
  • slack and careless,
  • vacant grassy,
  • 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,
  • sunny, empty,
  • 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,
  • 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,
  • together miscellaneous,
  • 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,
  • spacious wooded,
  • smart intellectual,
  • regular cheap,
  • nice filthy,
  • easy and peaceful,
  • nearby vacant,
  • lazy and drunken,
  • small snow-covered,
  • same unavoidable,
  • necessarily rich,
  • 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,
  • queer odd,
  • highly superstitious,
  • nice rough,
  • 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,
  • rocky, vacant,
  • vacant sunken,
  • common, inevitable,
  • adjacent vacant,
  • unimproved vacant,
  • scarred vacant,
  • heroic and stupid,
  • mighty inventive,
  • proud and numerous,
  • particularly merciful,
  • grassy vacant,
  • humble but safe,
  • salacious, lustful,
  • certain despicable,
  • occasional vacant,
  • 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,
  • favorite vacant,
  • many underpriced,
  • 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,
  • past vacant,
  • hardy and independent,
  • well-fed, healthy,
  • underpriced,
  • silly superstitious,
  • all-round bad,
  • particularly fruitful,
  • darned bad,
  • nearly perpetual,
  • better thy,
  • maybe human,
  • healthy likable,
  • sun-tanned, philosophical,
  • extraordinarily corrupt,
  • sordid, suspicious,
  • dreary vacant,
  • mighty uncivil,
  • stupid, inefficient,
  • unnaturally healthy,
  • otherwise tolerable,
  • courageous, decent,
  • sober, austere,
  • rather materialistic,
  • mostly vacant,
  • damned ungrateful,
  • better or happier,
  • unusually dull,
  • jolly queer,
  • present dreary,
  • hopeful, happy,
  • wholly bad,
  • 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,
  • weirdly empty,
  • 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,
  • numerous vacant,
  • sturdy, solid,
  • uncommonly poor,
  • easier, calmer,
  • thy polluted,
  • 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,
  • treacherous and pretty bad,
  • childlike and innocent,
  • several vacant,
  • old trifling,
  • middling hard,
  • noble good,
  • loud and boisterous,
  • general miscellaneous,
  • large vacant,
  • many vacant,
  • regular bad,
  • mighty ornery,
  • half-acre,
  • thoroughly bad,
  • thy happy,
  • certain vacant,
  • whole helluva,
  • close-mouthed,
  • helluva,
  • vacant,
  • awful,
  • whole.
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