sub·ver·sive [suh' b-vur-siv]
- in opposition to structures of authority
- intended to destroy power or influence of established practices
Origin: Middle English subverten, from Latin subvertō (“to overthrow”, literally “to underturn, turn from beneath”).
- the act of a person who cooks
- the art or practice of cooking
- to concoct, alter,
- to be full of excitement and energy
- to perform, work, or succeed in just the right way
Origin: Latin coquus, from coquere (“to cook, prepare food, ripen, digest, turn over in the mind”).