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to guzzle

to guzzle

/ˈɡəzəɫ/
verb
drink greedily or as if with great thirst
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And after just three to five days guzzling the stuff, seal pups double their body weight.

You have to be careful eating it because you could guzzle it and ooh, I just ate six apples.

The two losers in that particular round have to guzzle a bever-age.

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to nettle

to nettle

/ˈnɛtəɫ/
verb
cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations
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This is the top of our sea nettle exhibit.

Your average nettle sting is fairly painful depending on how much tentacle contact you get.

I was like I got sick eating Rice Krispies and drinking 7Up, not like feasting on nettles and duck.

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to dwindle

to dwindle

/ˈdwɪndəɫ/
verb
become smaller or lose substance
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Because, as the rainforests dwindled, they also went through lots of changes.

Populations began to dwindle, especially given that males needed a lot of nutrients to support their oversized headgear.

But this year, the winds have died and the fish have dwindled.

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to entangle

to entangle

/ɛnˈtæŋɡəɫ/
verb
twist together or entwine into a confusing mass
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The technical term for this is that the states of the cats are entangled.

So you can say, the ion and the photon are entangled.

Because And I entangled it...

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to heckle

to heckle

/ˈhɛkəɫ/
verb
challenge aggressively
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Popper just steps in and he goes, "I know how to heckle anyone."

Any female, he goes, "You can heckle..." You can heckle Florence, watch. "

Let's go downtown, heckle some queers."

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to truckle

to truckle

/tɹˈʌkəl/
verb
try to gain favor by cringing or flattering

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to scuttle

to scuttle

/ˈskətəɫ/
verb
to move about or proceed hurriedly
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Things scuttling from some dank, subterranean chamber of the head.

and then I kinda just pulled up my pants and scuttled out.

Look at that Hummer scuttle.

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to ennoble

to ennoble

/ɪˈnoʊbəɫ/
verb
give a title to someone; make someone a member of the nobility
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Ennoble the context is a code switch.

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to bedraggle

to bedraggle

/bɪˈdɹæɡəɫ/
verb
make wet and dirty, as from rain
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A Traveller from an Antique Land In 1275, three bedraggled men arrived at Kublai’s Khan’s vast marble palace.

But when he glanced back, he was astounded to see the bedraggled princess stumbling along.

Now captured, the bedraggled soldiers were transported to the Gloergoer POW camp.

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to beguile

to beguile

/bɪˈɡaɪɫ/
verb
attract; cause to be enamored

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to fondle

to fondle

/ˈfɔndəɫ/
verb
touch or stroke lightly in a loving or endearing manner
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Zack practice fondles a Kelly cutout before the real Kelly arrives like a fucking serial killer.

Losing his damn mind at the idea of a life with nobody to fondle his extra terrest-ricles.

Dad and I fondled ourselves for the first time last night.

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to cajole

to cajole

/kəˈdʒoʊɫ/
verb
influence or urge by gentle urging, caressing, or flattering
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Maybe their children or grandchildren will cajole them into trying Zenni Optical or Warby Parker.

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to muddle

to muddle

/ˈmədəɫ/
verb
mix up or confuse
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- Also muddled minds and empty stomach sounds like the name of a fire SoundCloud album. -

Talking with other witnesses can also muddle things.

It gets kind of muddled in their mind.

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to hustle

to hustle

/ˈhəsəɫ/
verb
move or cause to move energetically or busily
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Today’s entrepreneurs are well-suited for the gig economy because we know how to hustle.

The only clue comes in the lastfew seconds when he was hustled awayby four men.

They might have been hustling to survive, because they were underpaid.

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to mottle

to mottle

/mˈɑːɾəl/
verb
mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained
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So, they've created their own brand of gaming laptops called Motile, Motile, mottle?

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to baffle

to baffle

/ˈbæfəɫ/
verb
hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of
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It is utterly captivating, if not totally baffling.

Meanwhile, Tesla's cyber truck design seems to baffle some industry watchers.

There are some facets of the universe that you understand clearly and with depth and others that baffle you.

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to nuzzle

to nuzzle

/ˈnəzəɫ/
verb
move or arrange oneself in a comfortable and cozy position
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" I look down; she's kind of nuzzled right here.

I can see he gets really nuzzled up to Harley Quinn.

Here he is nuzzling a deer.

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to joggle

to joggle

/dʒˈɑːɡəl/
verb
move to and fro

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to bristle

to bristle

/ˈbɹɪsəɫ/
verb
be in a state of movement or action
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Flat segmented bodies bristling with antennae and legs.

Assange bristled at the restrictions, and took Ecuador's foreign ministry to court.

Kong is angry his fur is bristling!"

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to peddle

to peddle

/ˈpɛdəɫ/
verb
sell or offer for sale from place to place
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Freud didn’t even necessarily believe in the psychoanalysis he was peddling.

How it works is we put an oxygen mask on you while you're peddling on a stationary bike.

The government peddles it as a crime fighting tool.

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