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OF DEPTHS: Experienced "shit" that manages to appear good-natured to inexperienced ones or substitutes.
Go for itHolding on to one's place after praise as long as it pays, instead of crawling around.
Wish adieu toExtrovert, but badly, poorly, probably not keenly or excellently - but rather enervating, perhaps even destructively, somehow ▴6.
Tormenting yourself by night-work in private ▴6.
Was no great warrior, no grand Juan-Matos-fighter after all ▴5.
Was a "Satan's minion": was rude, cowardly, stupidly mean and difficult to be with ▴5.
Looting, stubbornly greedy, yet experienced and talking surly ▴3.
Go for itRealizing that saying wrong things at the wrong time is still wrong ✧ One is to warn against feigned validity that cruelly betrays well-being.
Wish adieu toIn anxious suspense ▴6 ✧ Mistrust ▴5
MODALITIES: Worse after dangeous encounters -
BASS OF RELATIONSHIPS: Smiles and grins up to insanely so + To appear good-natured in some wrong direction, saying, "This does not matter to me any more," and similar things.
Go for itBeing experienced and expertly straightforward ✧ Retaliate somewhat more.
Go for becoming well-off ✧ Regain lax "scoundrel" ways, even heartiness.
Wish adieu toTroublesome and reserved fellow, and still not a misfit ▴7
Says 'cheers' to one's insulters, and this can be followed by great loneliness and a damning laughter ▴5
Lonely, damning mate and out of breath: 'Be off with you, scoundrel!' etc. ▴4
Experienced in a jet-set life ▴4
Demoniacal laughter (e.g. 'boehæhæ') ▴3
Obsolete characteristics included in "What fools wise folks must be" ▴3
Wise, but can be called a silly arse ▴2
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