goosy - resembling a goose; hence, foolish, silly.
yea - yes
store - to keep in store for future use, to collect and keep in reserve; stole - pa. tense and pple. of steal.
yup = yep - yes
fancy - to frame in fancy; to portray in the mind; to picture to oneself; to conceive, imagine.
strikingly - in a striking manner or degree
brainy - that has plenty of brains; acute, clever
lettered* - acquainted with or instructed in letters; learned, literate, educated.
ingenious - having an aptitude for invention or construction; clever at contriving or making things.
show - an unreal or illusory appearance (of something); an appearance with little or no reality behind it.
blood donor - one who gives blood for transfusion.
disseminate - to scatter abroad, as in sowing seed; to spread here and there; to disperse (things) so as to deposit them in all parts.
emanation - the process of flowing forth, issuing, or proceeding from anything as a source; lit. and fig.
blurry - full of blurs, faultily indistinct in features
liable* - bound or obliged by law or equity, or in accordance with a rule or convention.
convicted - proved or found guilty, condemned
fippence - five pence
boot - good, advantage, profit, use; that which is 'thrown in', or given in addition, to make up a deficiency of value, a premium, compensation (obs. dial.); compensation paid, according to Old English usage, for injury or wrong-doing; satisfaction made.
allowance - a definite portion, sum, or amount, allotted or granted to meet any expenses or requirements.
openair* - existing, carried on, performed in, or characteristic of the open air; Also transf. and fig.
ingenuous - honourably straightforward, open, frank, candid. (The current sense.)
clerk - to act as clerk
arrah - an expletive expressing emotion or excitement, common in Anglo-Irish speech Erin
pencil* - to write or jot down with a pencil
immenseness* - the quality of being immense; immeasurableness, infinity; vastness, hugeness.
perorate - to speak at length, deliver an oration; to sum up or conclude a speech or oration.
Trifolium - a large genus of leguminous plants, with trifoliate leaves, and flowers mostly in close heads [L. trifolium (Pliny), f. tri-, tri- + folium leaf].
libretto* - the text or 'words' to which an opera or other extended musical composition is set [It. = 'little book', f. libro book].
orthodox* - Of opinions or doctrines: Right, correct, true; in accordance with what is accepted or authoritatively established as the true view or right practice.
book of life* - in biblical language the record of the names of those who shall inherit eternal life; lief - a beloved, a dear one; a friend, sweetheart, mistress; occas. a wife.
bogus - counterfeit, spurious, fictitious, sham
Bolshy - a jocular or contemptuous name for a Bolshevik
conversant - familiar or intimately acquainted with (anything), as a result of having been occupied with it.
audible - able to be heard, perceptible to the ear.
to cut one's own throat* - to be the means of one's own defeat or destruction.
to take the pot luck* - to take whatever may be obtained without previous knowledge of what this may be, to take a chance.
append - to hang on, to attach as a pendant.
Mark Twain; twang - a vocal imitation of the resonant sound produced when a tense string is sharply plucked or suddenly released.
ops - military operations eyes
neophyte* - a new convert, one newly admitted to a church or religious body; one who is new to a subject, a beginner, tyro, novice.
specimen* - an example, instance, or illustration of something, from which the character of the whole may be inferred.
fly - knowing, wide-awake, sharp
infra dig. - beneath one's dignity; unbecoming one's position; not consistent with dignity.
virulence* - extreme acrimony or bitterness of temper or speech, violent malignity or rancour.