(səˈri əl, -ˈril)
(ĭ-mōt′)intr.v.e·mot·ed, e·mot·ing, e·motesTo express emotion, especially in an excessive or theatrical manner: “The more she emotes, the less he listens”(Maggie Scarf).
(to͝o-mŭl′cho͞o-əs, tyo͝o-)adj.1. Very loud; noisy: tumultuous applause.2. Characterized by disorderly commotion: the tumultuous years of the 1960s.3. Characterized by mental or emotional agitation. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
(bĭ-grīm′)tr.v.be·grimed, be·grim·ing, be·grimesTo smear or soil with or as if with dirt. CITE: http://www.freedictionary.com
(kăz′əm)n.1. A deep, steep-sided opening in the earth’s surface; an abyss or gorge.
2. A sudden interruption of continuity; a gap.
3. A pronounced difference of opinion, interests, or loyalty.
4. Political climate
inciting or causing people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.”the letter was declared seditious”synonyms:rabble-rousing · inciting · agitating · fomenting · troublemaking · provocative · inflammatory · agitational · revolutionary · rebellious · insurrectionist · mutinous · insurgent · subversive · insubordinate · civil disobedience · dissident · defiant · disloyal · treasonous
(də-mĭn′yən)n.1. Control or the exercise of control; sovereignty: “The devil … has their souls in his possession, and under his dominion”(Jonathan Edwards).
minute amount; hint, trace, or particle[C17: from Latin: a spark]
divide into two branches or forks.”just below Cairo the river bifurcates” · [more]synonyms:branch · split · divide · subdivide · separate · part · diverge · go in different directions · go separate ways · split in two · branch off · furcate · divaricate · ramifyADJECTIVEforked; branched.”a bifurcate tree”synonyms:branching · branched · diverging · Y-shaped · V-shaped · pronged · divided · split · separated · divaricate