a or of a continuous action
Someone who is exacting expects others to work very hard and carefully.
If a problem or situation is vexing, it means that it puzzles, worries, or annoys you.
A scintillating conversation, speech, or performance is brilliantly clever, interesting, and lively.
Someone is overweening when they are not modest; rather, they think way too much of themselves and let everyone know about it.
A resounding success, victory, or defeat is very great or complete, whereas a noise of this kind is loud, powerful, and ringing.
A thing or person that is unremitting is persistent and enduring in what is being done.
Someone who is unassuming is not boastful or arrogant; rather, they are modest or humble.
If you are unflagging while doing a task, you are untiring when working upon it and do not stop until it is finished.
Something or someone that is unprepossessing is not impressive or is unattractive.
An injury that is excruciating is extremely painful.
An impending event is approaching fast or is about to occur; this word usually has a negative implication, referring to something threatening or harmful coming.
If you are unrelenting in your desire to do something, you stop at nothing until you've done it.
An engaging activity is attractive or agreeable to those who are involved in it.
Something teeming, such as a pond or forest, is filled or crowded with life—and growing even more so.
Someone who is obliging is very helpful towards other people, being eager to do them favors or offer them assistance.
making less onerous or severe
gradually persuading someone to do something
the act of consuming food
feeling or showing love and affection
spreading out in different directions
smooth and flowing
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