51) BARBITURATE (countable noun): any of a class of sedative and sleep-inducing drugs derived from barbituric acid.

52) COZE (intransitive verb): to converse in a friendly way.

53) NOOB (countable noun): a person who is inexperienced in a particular sphere or activity, especially computing or the use of the Internet.

54) NONCHALANT (adjective): (of a person or manner) feeling or appearing casually calm and relaxed; not displaying anxiety, interest, or enthusiasm.

55) BELLIGERENT (adjective): hostile and aggressive; Engaged in a war or conflict.

56) POTLUCK (noun): a meal or party to which each of the guests contributes a dish or some drink.

57) POTABLE (adjective): safe to drink; drinkable.

58) CAPRICE (noun): a sudden and unaccountable/unreasonable change of mood or behaviour.

59) ULULATE (intransitive verb): howl or wail as an expression of strong emotion, typically grief.

60) KIWI (countable noun): a flightless New Zealand bird with hairlike feathers, having a long down-curved bill with sensitive nostrils at the tip.

61) WOEBEGONE (adjective): looking or feeling very sad.

62) SCATTERBRAIN (countable noun): a person who tends to be disorganized and lacking for concentration.

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