Rules Of Language In English

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1.Impulse-noun)1.the influence of a particular feeling, mental state, etc.: to act under a generous impulse; to strike out at someone from an angry impulse.
2.sudden, involuntary inclination prompting to action: to be swayed by impulse. instance of this.
4.a psychic drive or instinctual urge.
(Adjective)10.marked by or acting on impulse: an impulse buyer.
11.bought or acquired on impulse
2.Pilgrimage-(noun)1.a journey, especially a long one, made to some sacred place as an act of religious devotion: a pilgrimage to Lourdes.
a.the Pilgrimage, hajj.
3.any long journey, especially one undertaken as a quest or for a votive purpose, as to pay homage:
3.Bolted-noun)1.a movable bar or rod that when slid into a socket fastens a door, gate, etc.
2.the part of a lock that is shot from and drawn back into the case, as by the action of the key.
3.any of several types of strong fastening rods, pins, or screws, usually threaded to receive a nut.
4.a sudden dash, run, flight, or escape. verb (used with object) fasten with or as with a bolt. discontinue support of or participation in; break with: to bolt a political party. shoot or discharge (a missile), as from a crossbow or catapult. utter hastily; say impulsively; blurt out.
4.Pillar-(noun) upright shaft or structure, of stone, brick, or other material, relatively slender in proportion to its height, and of any shape in section, used as a building support, or standing alone, as for a monument: Gothic pillars; a pillar to commemorate Columbus.
2.a natural formation resembling such a construction: a pillar of rock; a pillar of smoke.
3.any upright, supporting part; post: the pillar of a table. verb (used with object) provide or support with pillars.
5.Unfathomable(-adjective)1.not able to be fathomed, or completely understood; incomprehensible: heroism in the face of unfathomable conflict.
2.not able to be measured with a sounding line, or fathomed:
6.Caricature-(Noun)1.a picture, description, etc., ludicrously exaggerating the peculiarities or defects of persons or things: His caricature of the mayor in this morning's paper is the best he's ever drawn.
2.the art or process of producing such pictures, descriptions, etc.
3.any imitation or copy so distorted or inferior as to be ludicrous. verb (used with object) make a caricature of; represent in caricature.
7.Changeling-(Noun)1.a child surreptitiously or unintentionally substituted for another.
2.(in folklore) an ugly, stupid, or strange child left by fairies in