anagram a word or phrase made by transposing the letters of another word or phrase.
audacity the quality or state of being audacious as bold or arrogant disregard of normal restraints.
dramatic theater a building for dramatic performances.
dumbfoundedly confounded briefly and usually with astonishment.
emphatically uttered with or marked by emphasis.
fin de siécle of, relating to, or characteristic of the close of the 19th century and especially its literary and artistic climate of sophistication, world-weariness, and fashionable despair. Etymology: French, end of the century.
fissle tingle; bustle.
gurney a wheeled cot or stretcher.
intercom a two-way communication system with a microphone and loudspeaker at each station for localized use.
lepidopterist a specialist in lepidopterology.
linguistics the study of human speech including the units, nature, structure, and modification of language.
lion a large heavily-built social cat (Panthera leo syn. Leo leo) of open or rocky areas chiefly of sub-Saharan Africa though once widely distributed throughout Africa and southern Asia that has a tawny body with a tufted tail and a shaggy blackish or dark brown mane in the male.
movie theater a building or area for showing motion pictures.
musical theater a building for musical performances.
oxidize to combine with oxygen.
rust the reddish brittle coating formed on iron especially when chemically attacked by moist air and composed essentially of hydrated ferric oxide.
spurious outwardly similar or corresponding to something without having its genuine qualities.
stiletto a high thin heel on women's shoes that is narrower than a spike heel.
ward a division in a hospital; especially : a large room in a hospital where a number of patients often requiring similar treatment are accommodated.