1. Restrict: To limit the power of something or somebody to act independently.
2. Enclose within geometric shape: To draw one geometric figure around another so that they touch at every corner vertex (corner) of the enclosed figure or at every side of the enclosing figure without cutting across each other.
To circumscribe someone.
An expert in an area of the fine or domestic arts, or somebody with discriminating taste in such a specialty.
In many ways just someone who knows a lot about arts, cooking, etc.
She's a cooking connoiseur.
He's an arts connoisseur.
1. of devil: connected with the devil or devil worship
2. evil: extremely cruel or evil
That guy's diabolic; he worships the devil and likes torture.
1. Very large: Unusually or impressively large or huge.
2. Very great or impressive.
1. A colossal high-rise office building.
2. Those idiots made a colossal blunder.
1. Vitality: great physical or mental strength and energy.
2. Intensity: intensity or forcefulness in the way something is done.
3. Ability to grow: the ability of plants or animals to survive, grow, and thrive.
That dude's got extreme vigor.
1. Beg somebody: To ask earnestly or beg somebody to do something.
2. Beg for something: To ask urgently for something.
It's pretty much the same as implore
1. I beseech you to think again.
2. Beseeching their aid.
1. A fee charged for instruction at a school or university.
2. Teaching: instruction, especially when given individually or in a small group.
Like private schools or home teaching, tuition is charged. It isn't for free.