(VERB) (ADVERB)

get along1 ominously2
1 have smooth relations
2 in an ominous manner
crowd together1 best2
1 to gather together in large numbers
2 it would be sensible
pass1 by right of office2
1 be inherited by
2 by virtue of position
turn1 quietly2
1 undergo a transformation or a change of position or action
2 with little or no activity or no agitation (`quiet' is a nonstandard variant for `quietly')
focus1 diametrically2
1 cause to converge on or toward a central point
2 as from opposite ends of a diameter
report1 playfully2
1 announce one's presence
2 in a playful manner
slip1 ironically2
1 insert inconspicuously or quickly or quietly
2 contrary to plan or expectation
total1 chronologically2
1 damage beyond the point of repair
2 with respect to chronology
line one's pockets1 now and then2
1 make a lot of money
2 sporadically and infrequently
think1 simply2
1 focus one's attention on a certain state
2 (used for emphasis) absolutely
strain1 unwisely2
1 alter the shape of (something) by stress
2 without good sense or judgment
blast1 confidentially2
1 make with or as if with an explosion
2 in a confidential manner
bite out1 anciently2
1 utter
2 in ancient times; long ago
relay1 no matter what happens2
1 control or operate by relay
2 in spite of all obstacles
tomahawk1 aside2
1 cut with a tomahawk
2 in a different direction
endow1 perfectly2
1 furnish with an endowment
2 in a perfect or faultless way
scale1 militarily2
1 pattern, make, regulate, set, measure, or estimate according to some rate or standard
2 with respect to the military
squint1 round2
1 be cross-eyed; have a squint or strabismus
2 from beginning to end; throughout
prophesy1 kindly2
1 deliver a sermon
2 in a kind manner or out of kindness
fly1 remotely2
1 move quickly or suddenly
2 to a remote degree
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