1. amorous (Morgan)

Strongly attracted or disposed to love, especially sexual love.
Her armorous ways led to her downfall when she recieved the news that she had HIV.

2. castigate (Matt B)
V- To criticize or reprimand severley
- I castigated that fool when he told me to check my self.

3. discreet (Ian)
adj. Marked by, exercising, or showing prudence and wise self-restraint in speech and behavior; circumspect. Free from ostentation or pretension; modest.
The storyteller was very discreet and prudent in making sure he didnt say anything that was inappropriate to the kids.

4. disparage (David) -verb- belittle, depreciate, to speak of or treat slightingly
Because of the boy's actions, the whole neighborhood wold eventually disparage his family as well.

5. gallant (Mike F)
brave, spirited, noble-minded, or chivalrous:
a gallant knight rescued a fair maiden

6. grouse (Benita)
any of numerous gallinaceous birds of the subfamily Tetraoninae.
The rough grouse is our state bird.
(verb) to complain or grumble
The students groused about how much homework they had.

7. importune (Rich) ( VERB )
to press or beset with solicitations; demand with urgency or persistence.
to beg for (something) urgently or persistently.
to make urgent or persistent solicitations.
v. The beggar importuned people as they walked by him for any change they could spare him so he could buy a meal.

8. malady (Shallan)-noun-any disorder or disease of the body, esp. one that is chronic or deepseated.
I don't why she's always sick, but it's because of some malady that she suffers.

9. obstinate (Mike S)
adjectie - firmly or stubbornly adhering to one's purpose, opinion, etc.; not yielding to argument, persuasion, or entreaty.
Despite my best efforts to convince er otherwise, she reamined obstinate in her belief that the eagles would win the superbowl.

10. paramour (James)
(N). A lover, one in an adulterous relationship.
John and Emily were paramours because they both were married to other people.

11. proffer (Renee)
verb to put before a person for acceptance; ofoffer.
She proffered an idea for a peace treaty that both parties accepted.
12. rebuke-
verb (used with object)
to express sharp, stern disapproval of; reprove; reprimand.
sharp, stern disapproval; reproof; reprimand.

My mom had a rebuke to my idea of no curfew, I should've known better than ask such a question.

13. sanguine (Brian)
- Adjective - Cheerfully optimistic, hopeful, or confident.
- The boy was extremely sanguine on his Physics test after he studied for 2 hours.

14. sundry (Justin)(adj) - various or diverse
Are school can be cosidred quite sundry compared to other schools.

15. wheedle (Matt T)
(verb) to endeavor to influence (a person) by smooth, flattering, or beguiling words or acts
I attempted to wheedle the car keys out of my mom so I could drive this weekend.