1. to hope for; hope.
2. I hope.
3. I await.
4. I fear, am apprehensive.
5. I assume, suppose.
Etymology: Latin, from spes, “hope”.
When you think your cramps are finished but then
1. cold, coldness, coolness, chilliness.
2. the cold of winter; winter; frost.
3. the coldness of death; death.
4. a chill, fever.
5. a cold shudder which is produced by fear a cold region, place, area or spot (figuratively).
6. inactivity, indolence, slowness (figuratively).
7. a cold reception, indifference; a chilly demeanour.
Etymology: Latin, from Proto-Indo-European*sriHgos-. Cognate with Ancient Greek ῥῖγος (rhigos).
earthly; of or like the earth.
Etymology: from Anglo-French terreine, terrin, Latin terrenus, ”of earth”, from terra, “earth”.
what if the coins you find randomly at the bottom of drawers and in between couch cushions are actually from spiders trying to pay rent
1. small, little, slight.
4. lower case.
5. less than, just under, not quite.
Etymology: Danish, from Old Norse lítli, a definite form of lítill.