1) SPIRITED: Having or showing mettle, courage, vigor, liveliness, etc.
2) CRISP: a) Hard but easily breakable; brittle. b) Brisk; sharp; clear; decided. c) Lively; pithy; sparkling.
3) TENDER: a) Soft or delicate in substance; not hard or tough. b) Weak or delicate in constitution; not strong or hardy. c) Young or immature.
4) INDISCREET: Not discreet; lacking prudence, good judgment, or circumspection.
5) PRETEND: a) To cause or attempt to cause (what is not so) to seem so. b) To make believe. c) To appear falsely, as to deceive; to feign.
6) PINCERS: The grasping structures on the limbs of crustaceans or other arthropods; claws.
7) DECEIVE: To mislead by false appearance or statement; delude.
8) PEEVED: Annoyed; irritated; vexed.
9) RINSE: a) To wash lightly, as by pouring water into or over or by dipping in water. b) To remove soap from by applying clean water in the final stage in washing.
10) RECEDE: (of a man's hair) To cease to grow at the temples and above the forehead.
11) SIDEPIECE: A piece forming a side or a part of a side, or fixed by the side, of something.
12) DECISIVE: a) Characterized by or displaying no or little hesitation. b) Indisputable; definite. c) Unsurpassable; commanding.
13) INSPIRED: Aroused, animated, or imbued with the spirit to do something.
14) DECREPIT: a) Weakened by old age; feeble; infirm. b) Worn out by long use; dilapidated.
15) DEVISE: To contrive, plan, or elaborate; invent from existing principles or ideas.
16) PRICE: The sum or amount of money for which anything is bought, sold, or offered for sale.
17) DEPICT: a) To represent by or as if by painting; portray; delineate. b) To represent or characterize in words; describe.
18) CREEPIEST: Weirdest; quirkiest; strangest; scariest.
19) TRICEPS: A muscle having three heads or points of origin, especially the muscle on the back of the arm, the action of which straightens the elbow.
20) DERISIVE: Characterized by or expressing derision; contemptuous; mocking.
21) CRIES: a) Utters inarticulate sounds of lamentation, grief, or suffering, usually with tears. b) Weeps or sheds tears, with or without sound.
22) SNEER: To smile, laugh, or contort the face in a manner that shows scorn or contempt.
23) NERD: a) A stupid, irritating, ineffectual, or unattractive person. b) An intelligent but single-minded person obsessed with a nonsocial hobby or pursuit.
24) SIRE: Male parent; father.
25) RIPEN: a) To make or become ripe. b) To bring or come to maturity.
26) RESPECT: a) To hold in esteem or honor. b) To show regard or consideration for. c) To refrain from intruding upon or interfering with.
27) SINCERE: a) Free of deceit, hypocrisy, or falseness; earnest. b) Genuine; real.