Reverse Word Search Lookup

Word Explorer
Children's Dictionary
Help
Help
Help
 
acute very serious; very important; critical. [1/4 definitions]
austere being or looking very stern and serious. [1/2 definitions]
austerity the condition or quality of being very stern and serious.
bad terrible or serious. [1/10 definitions]
Band-Aid (lower case) a solution for a serious problem that is used for a short amount of time. [1/3 definitions]
care serious attention. [1/7 definitions]
carefree having nothing to worry about; free of cares or serious thoughts; cheerful.
cripple to cause a serious injury in. [1/3 definitions]
critical of the nature of a crisis; serious or dangerous. [1/3 definitions]
cyst a small pouch within body tissue that is filled with fluid or air. Some cysts are connected with serious disease, but most are not harmful at all.
dabble to work at something in a way that is not serious or steady. [1/2 definitions]
deeply in a strong and serious way; intensely.
desperate almost hopeless; very serious. [1/3 definitions]
diversion something that turns the mind or attention away from serious matters. [1/2 definitions]
divert to draw away from serious matters; amuse. [1/3 definitions]
earnest1 having or showing a serious manner. [1/2 definitions]
emergency a serious situation or sudden crisis that calls for fast action.
endeavor a serious attempt. [1/2 definitions]
flirt to play at love; act in a romantic way that is not serious. [1/2 definitions]
fool to act without serious purpose or in a silly way (usually followed by "around"). [1/6 definitions]
foul up (informal) to make serious mistakes, or cause someone else to do so.