Verb List

This is a list of the verbs recognised by the game, and their effects.
The game reports a total of 751 verbs loaded, including the empty string.
340 of these are feelings.

Non-feeling Verbs

adjust
alter
ambush
apply
appraise
approach
assail
assault
assemble
assess
attach
attack
bait
bake
bandage
bar
bathe
bite
block
blow
board
brace
breath
breathe
build
bundle
burn
butcher
buy
call
caress
carry
carve
cast
cast off
cease
chase
chisel
chomp
chop
clamber
claw
clean
climb
close
clothe
cock
coil
collapse
concoct
condition
consume
converse
cook
copy
count
covertly give
covertly put
craft
crank
crawl
create
creep
crouch
cut
darken
deal
defend
demonstrate
deposit
destroy
detach
dig
dim
disarm
disassemble
discard
disembark
dislodge
dismantle
dismount
display
dock
don
douse
drag
draw
dress
drink
drop
dump
duplicate
eat
empty
engage
enter
envenom
erase
escape
estimate
examine
exit
expose
extinguish
extract
fall
fashion
fasten
fatigue
feel
feelings
fill
finish
finish off
fire
fish
fit
flee
fletch
flip
float
flop
fly
follow
forage
forge
free
gather
gaze
get
get off
give
glance
go
go fishing
go in
gossip
grab
guard
guess
guide
hack
halt
hand
handle
hark
haul
headbutt
health
heft
hide
hit
hoist
hold
holster
hurl
ignite
ingest
inscribe
insert
inspect
jangle
jog
jostle
judge
jump
junk
kick
kill
kneel
knit
knock
knock on
lace
land
launch
lay down
lead
leap
leave
let
levitate
lick
lie
light
limp
list
listen
load
lob
lock
log
look
look at
lower
lug
lumber
make
meditate
mend
mix
mobilize
moor
mount
murder
name
nibble
nickname
open
paddle
palm
pan
pass
pay
peddle
peek
perch
perform
peruse
phealth
pick
pick up
pilfer
pilfer from
pitch
place
play
pluck
point
poison
post
pour
prepare
press
price
proceed
prostrate
protect
puke
pull
pull out
pump
purchase
pursue
push
put
put away
put down
put out
put up
quaff
quietly give
quietly put
raise
rap
rap on
read
reckon
recline
redeem
remove
rent
repair
reprice
resize
retch
retire
reveal
ring
roll
roost
row
run
rush
saw
scale
scavenge
scrape
scrub
scrutinize
search
sell
set down
set up
sew
shake
sharpen
shave
sheath
sheathe
shoot
shop
show
shuffle
shut
sight
sign up
sip
sit
size
skin
skip
skulk
slam
slaughter
slay
sleep
sling
slink
slip
slosh
smell
smelt
snatch
sneak
sneakily give
sneakily put
sniff
snuff
socialize
spew
spin
splint
spring
sprint
squat
stab
stack
stalk
stamina
stand
steal
steal from
stealthily give
stealthily put
stock
stoop
stop
store
strike
string
strip
study
stuff
swim
swing
swipe
tailor
take
take apart
take down
take off
tan
tap
tap on
taste
tend
thresh
throw
throw away
throw up
title
topple
toss
touch
trade
trash
traverse
turn
turn off
uname
unbar
uncall
uncoil
unfasten
unickname
unlight
unload
unlock
unname
unnickname
unroll
unsheath
unsheathe
unstring
unswallow
vacate
value
vend
view
vomit
wade
walk
wash
watch
wave
waylay
wear
weave
weigh
whisper
whittle
whoa
wield
wind
withdraw
wrap
wrest
write
yank

Feelings

ack - "You make a startled, unhappy sound."
admire - "You admire yourself."
afk - "(OOC) You go away from your keyboard for a while."
agree - "You agree."
ahem - "You clear your throat."
alarm - "You look alarmed."
amused - "You look amused."
annoy - "You look annoyed."
apologize - "You apologize."
applaud - "You applaud."
augh - "You shake your head and groan loudly."
avert - "You avert your gaze."
babble - "You babble about nothing in particular."
backflip - "You steady yourself before flipping over backwards."
backhand - "You raise your hand menacingly, threatening to strike."
badconnect - "(OOC) You are suffering from a bad Internet connection."
baffle - "You look baffled."
bak - "(OOC) You are back at your keyboard."
bark - "You bark."
bbiab - "(OOC) You will be back in a bit."
bbs - "(OOC) You will be back soon."
beam - "You beam."
belch - "You belch."
bellow - "You bellow."
bleat - "You bleat loudly."
blink - "You blink."
blush - "You blush a deep red."
bluster - "You bluster, apparently caught off guard."
bob - "You bob your head."
boggle - "Your eyes cross slightly in myopic confusion."
bored - "You look bored."
bounce - "You bounce up and down excitedly."
bow - "You bow."
brag - "You brag about your achievements."
bray - "You bray with laughter."
brb - "(OOC) You will be right back."
brighten - "You brighten."
bristle - "You bristle."
brood - "You brood."
bubble - "You make a bubble with your spit."
bulge - "You bulge out your eyes."
burp - "You burp."
bye - "You wave goodbye."
cackle - "You cackle."
catkey - "(OOC) You indicate there is/was a cat on your keyboard."
catsmile - "You curl your lips into a pleased, slightly feline smirk."
caw - "You caw."
chatter - "Your teeth chatter."
cheer - "You cheer!"
choke - "You choke."
chortle - "You chortle."
chuckle - "You chuckle."
clap - "You clap enthusiastically."
click - "You click your fingers."
cluck - "You cluck your tongue."
comfort - "You hold yourself comfortingly."
concentrate - "You concentrate."
congrat - "You congratulate yourself."
congratulate - "You congratulate yourself."
convulse - "You convulse uncontrollably, your body shaking and twitching."
coo - "You coo."
cough - "You cough."
cower - "You cower."
cringe - "You cringe."
croon - "You make a soft, lowing sound."
crow - "You crow with laughter."
cry - "You cry. "
cuddle - "You hug yourself, looking pleased and slightly vacant."
curse - "You release a string of expletives."
curtsey - "You curtsy."
curtsy - "You curtsy."
dance - "You dance across the area."
daze - "You appear dazed."
deepkiss - "You appear to be trying to swallow an invisible insect."
disagree - "You disagree."
doh - "You make a frustrated noise."
drool - "You drool."
droop - "You droop."
duck - "You duck."
duh - "You make a mocking, irritated noise at yourself."
dust - "You dust yourself off."
eek - "You emit a shrill, high-pitched shriek."
embrace - "You hold yourself tightly."
envy - "You look envious."
eye - "You eye the area suspiciously."
eyebrow - "You raise your eyebrow."
face - "You make a face."
facepalm - "You smack your forehead, apparently annoyed at yourself."
faint - "You faint."
fan - "You fan yourself with your hands."
fart - "You flatulate."
fidget - "You fidget."
fiercekiss - "You gnash your teeth and savagely attack the open air."
fistpump - "You pump your fist triumphantly."
flail - "You flail around wildly, your expression slightly crazed."
flap - "You flap your arms."
flare - "You flare your nostrils."
flatulate - "You flatulate."
flex - "You flex your muscles."
flinch - "You flinch."
flipoff - "You make a vulgar hand gesture."
foam - "You foam at the mouth."
forgive - "You look forgiving."
fret - "You fret."
froth - "You froth at the mouth."
frown - "You frown."
frustrate - "You throw up your arms in frustration."
fume - "You fume!"
gag - "You gag."
gape - "You gape openly."
gasp - "You gasp!"
gawk - "You gawk in amazement."
genuflect - "You dip respectfully in a genuflection."
gibber - "You gibber incoherently."
giggle - "You giggle."
girn - "You grin."
glad - "You look glad."
glare - "You glare."
glaze - "You stare into space as your eyes glaze over."
glee - "You glee insanely."
gloat - "You gloat."
glower - "You glower."
gnash - "You gnash your teeth."
greet - "You nod a greeting."
grieve - "You bury your head in your hands."
grimace - "You grimace."
grin - "You grin."
grind - "You grind your teeth."
grit - "You grit your teeth."
groan - "You groan. "
grouse - "You grouse."
growl - "You growl."
grr - "You growl."
grumble - "You grumble."
grunt - "You grunt."
gtg - "(OOC) You have got to go now."
guffaw - "You guffaw."
gulp - "You gulp."
gurgle - "You gurgle with your spit."
happy - "You look very happy."
headache - "You clutch your head, wincing slightly."
hiccup - "You hiccup."
hiss - "You hiss."
hmm - "You make a thoughtful noise."
holler - "You holler."
hoot - "You make a loud hooting sound."
hop - "You hop in place a few times."
horror - "You stare in silent, open-mouthed horror."
howl - "You throw back your head and howl."
huff - "You huff in irritation."
hug - "You hug yourself."
huggle - "You hug yourself warmly and rock slowly back and forth."
hum - "You hum a tune."
hungry - "Your stomach rumbles."
idle - "(OOC) You must idle for a bit."
ignore - "You turn your back on the world, ignoring everything around you."
jawdrop - "You look dumbfounded, your jaw dropping open."
jeer - "You jeer loudly."
keen - "You emit a long, keening wail."
kiss - "You kiss the air."
lag - "(OOC) You are lagging."
laugh - "You laugh. "
lean - "You sway from side to side."
lmao - "You laugh loudly and hysterically."
lol - "You laugh out loud."
lonely - "You look lonely."
massage - "You rub your muscles slowly."
moan - "You moan."
mock - "You make a mocking catcall."
moo - "You low like a cow."
mope - "You mope."
mumble - "You mumble to no one in particular."
murmur - "You murmur under your breath."
mutter - "You mutter."
nag - "You begin to nag the air ruthlessly."
no - "You shake your head."
nod - "You nod."
nodnod - "You nod twice."
noogie - "You rub your head."
nudge - "You nudge yourself."
nuzzle - "You shake your head from side to side."
omfg - "You look shocked, surprised, and decidedly caught off-guard."
omg - "You look quite surprised."
ooctypo - "(OOC) You made a typographical error."
orz - "You collapse to your hands and knees, hanging your head."
pace - "You pace back and forth."
pale - "You pale."
panic - "You panic!"
pant - "You pant."
pat - "You pat yourself down."
patpat - "You give yourself a quick pat on the side."
pause - "You pause."
peer - "You peer off into the distance at nothing in particular."
pester - "You twitch and fidget, pestering yourself."
pet - "You pet yourself."
phew - "You breathe a deep sigh of relief."
pinch - "You pinch yourself."
plead - "You plead."
poke - "You poke yourself."
ponder - "You ponder the situation."
pose - "You strike a pose."
pounce - "You pounce the air."
pout - "You pout."
prance - "You prance about."
pray - "You pray."
preen - "You preen proudly!"
punch - "You punch the air."
purr - "You purr."
purse - "You purse your lips."
puzzle - "You look puzzled."
quack - "You quack."
quirk - "You quirk one eyebrow upward."
rasp - "You make a rasping sound."
raspberry - "You stick out your tongue and make a wet rasping sound."
razz - "You razz your tongue loudly."
reassure - "You nod reassuringly."
reel - "You reel."
relieve - "You look relieved."
roar - "You roar loudly."
rofl - "You roll on the floor, laughing."
roflmao - "You roll on the ground, laughing loudly and hysterically."
rub - "You rub your muscles."
sad - "You look sad."
salivate - "You salivate."
salute - "You salute."
scoff - "You scoff at the situation, making a loud and disbelieving sound."
scold - "You scold everyone and everything in the area."
scowl - "You scowl."
scratch - "You scratch your head."
scream - "You scream."
screech - "You screech."
seethe - "You seethe with anger."
shakefist - "You shake your fist."
shame - "You hang your head in shame."
shiver - "You shiver. "
shock - "You look shocked."
shoo - "You makes shooing motions."
shove - "You lunge forward, shoving the empty air."
shriek - "You shriek at the top of your lungs!"
shrug - "You shrug."
shudder - "You shudder."
sigh - "You sigh."
sighh - "You breathe out a long sighhh."
sighhh - "You breathe out a long sighhh."
slap - "You slap yourself lightly."
slouch - "You slouch."
slowkiss - "You open and close your mouth a few times like a fish."
smack - "You smack yourself lightly."
smiel - "You smile."
smile - "You smile."
smirk - "You smirk."
smooch - "You pucker up, lips gleaming with saliva."
snap - "You snap your fingers."
snarl - "You snarl."
sneer - "You sneer."
sneeze - "You sneeze."
snerk - "You make a sharp, amused inhalation."
snicker - "You snicker."
sniffle - "You sniffle."
snigger - "You snigger."
snore - "You snore."
snort - "You snort."
snuggle - "You hug yourself, rocking slightly back and forth."
sob - "You sob."
sorry - "You look apologetic."
sour - "You make a sour face."
spit - "You spit."
splutter - "You splutter, spraying saliva in your incoherence."
sputter - "You sputter wordlessly."
squawk - "You squawk."
squeak - "You squeak."
squeal - "You squeal."
squee - "You emit a high-pitched, excited squeal."
squeek - "You squeak."
squint - "You scrunch your eyes together and squint."
squirm - "You squirm."
stagger - "You stagger around, unable to keep your balance."
stare - "You stare off into the distance."
steeple - "You steeple your fingers."
stomp - "You stomp your feet."
stretch - "You stretch your muscles."
strut - "You strut to and fro."
stutter - "You can't stutter."
sulk - "You sulk."
supplicate - "You adopt an attitude of wordless, desperate supplication."
surprise - "You look surprised."
swallow - "You swallow hard."
sway - "You sway back and forth."
swear - "You mutter something rude-sounding."
sweat - "You sweat."
taunt - "You make a few unspecific taunts."
temples - "You rub your temples."
test - "You examine the area, poking at your surroundings."
thank - "You express your thanks."
throttle - "You can't throttle."
thumb - "You bite your thumb."
thumbsdown - "You give a thumbs down."
thumbsup - "You give a thumbs up."
thump - "You thump a hand against your chest."
tickle - "You hold out your splayed hands and make tickling gestures."
tilt - "You tilt your head."
titter - "You titter."
tongue - "You stick out your tongue."
tremble - "You tremble."
triumph - "You look about triumphantly."
tsk - "You cluck your tongue."
twiddle - "You twiddle your thumbs."
twirl - "You twirl around."
twitch - "You twitch."
tyop - "(OOC) You are suffering from tyops…tyypos…bad spelling."
ululate - "You let out a high-pitched, almost musical warble."
understand - "You nod your head understandingly."
victory - "You throw up your hands in victory."
waggle - "You waggle your finger."
wail - "You wail."
wait - "You wait."
warble - "You warble."
weep - "You weep."
whatever - "You shrug dismissively."
wheeze - "You wheeze."
whew - "You sigh with relief."
whimper - "You whimper."
whine - "You whine."
whirl - "You whirl around."
whistle - "You whistle."
wiggle - "You wiggle."
wilt - "You wilt."
win - "(OOC) You have won the game!"
wince - "You wince."
wink - "You wink."
wish - "You get a wistful look in your eyes."
wonder - "You wonder."
worry - "You look worried."
wrinkle - "You wrinkle your nose."
writhe - "You writhe."
wtf - "You appear to be completely and utterly flabbergasted."
yawn - "You yawn."
yelp - "You yelp loudly!"
yes - "You nod repeatedly."
yowl - "You yowl in pain."

Last updated: 14 Nov 2019 06:20 by Kaen.

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