The act of running one’s fingers through someone’s hair.
adj. having a purpose in and not apart from itself; internally-driven (as opposed to externally-driven, where things such as comfort, money, power, or fame are the motivating force)
an element of design or structure that serves little or no purpose in the artifact fashioned from the new material but was essential to the object made from the original material
illth (n.) a term and concept used by John Ruskin as the reverse of wealth in the sense of ‘well-being’. TheOxford English Dictionary recognises it as a valid word.
(v) [ intrans. ] (of an insect, esp. a male cricket or grasshopper) make a shrill sound by rubbing the legs, wings, or other parts of the body together.
the involuntary repitition or imitation of the observed movements of another person/
the involuntary repetition of another’s speech.
(n)A somewhat riotous parade, accompanied with the blowing of tin horns, and other discordant noises; also, a burlesque serenade; a charivari.