GETTING YOUR OWN BACK
To get one’s own back: to do something unpleasant to someone because they have done something unpleasant to you.
To scorn: to show scorn for someone or something. Scorn: a very great lack of respect for someone or something that you think is stupid or worthless
To run its course: to develop and finish naturally.
Infamous: /ˈɪnfəməs/ famous for something considered bad. Morally bad; shocking.
Finnish: from, belonging to or relating to Finland.
Cowardly: adj. lacking courage.
Approach: an act of communicating with another person or group in order to ask for something.
Devastated: very shocked and upset.
To turn out: to happen in a particular way or to have a particular result, especially an unexpected one.
With hindsight: the ability to understand an event or situation only after it has happened.
To dump: INFORMAL to suddenly end a romantic relationship you have been having with someone.
Heartbroken: extremely sad.
Conceptual art: art in which the concept(s) or idea(s) involved in the work take precedence over traditional aesthetic and material concerns.
Twisted: strange and slightly unpleasant or cruel.
To take over: to get control.
To get over: to get better after an illness, or feel better after something or someone has made you unhappy.
To embark On or UPON sthg: to start something new or important.
Stunning: extremely attractive or impressive.
Revenge: harm done to someone as a punishment for harm that they have done to someone else.
To lean: to (cause to) slope in one direction, or to move the top part of the body in a particular direction.
Baronet: a man who has the lowest title of honour that can be given in Britain, below a baron but above a knight, and given from father to son.
Driveway: a short private road which leads from a public road to a house.
Promptly: at the time stated and no later.
To pour: to make a substance flow from a container, especially into another container, by raising just one side of the container that the substance is in.
Can: a closed metal container, especially a cylindrical one, in which some types of drink and food are sold.
To alter: to change the size of clothes so that they fit better.
Account: a written or spoken description of an event.
Overcoat: a long thick coat worn in cold weather.
For good measure: in addition.
To flatten: to become level or cause something to become level.
Still: despite that.
Bizarre: very strange and unusual.
Round: a set of regular visits that you make to a number of places or people, especially in order to deliver products as part of your job.
Vintage: the wine made in a particular year, or a particular year in which wine has been made.
Port: a strong sweet wine made in Portugal.
Doorstep: a step in front of an outside door.
Buzz: a feeling of excitement, energy and pleasure.
Unwilling: not willing. Willing: to be happy to do something if it is needed; describes someone who does their work energetically and enthusiastically.
To set off: to cause.
To set about: to start to do or deal with something.
To set up: to establish.
To chop up: to cut something into pieces with an axe, knife or other sharp instrument.
To stamp: to put a foot down on the ground hard and quickly, making a loud noise, often to show anger.
To smash: to cause something to break noisily into a lot of small pieces.