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abate abdicate abject abjure ablution abrogate abscond abstention abstruse accretion acerbic acquiesce acrid acrimonious adjoin

adjoin adjure admonish adulterate adventitious affable aggrandize altruist amatory amity anachronism

to reduce in amount, degree or severity to renounce or relinquish a throne utterly hopeless, humiliating or wretched to renounce on oath act of cleansing to abolish by formal means to leave secretly the act of refraining voluntarily hard to understand; secret, hidden an increase by natural growth sour or astringent in taste, harsh in temper to comply, give in sharp or biting to the taste or smell caustic, stinging or bitter in nature to be close or in contact with to be next to and joined with to beg or command to counsel against something; caution to make impure accidental friendly, courteous to increase in power, influence and reputation a person unselfishly concerned for the welfare of others of or pertaining to lovers or lovemaking friendship; peaceful harmony something our of place in time

consideration to claim unwarrantably or presumptuously diligent.anachronism androgen androgynous animus antipathy antipathy apartheid apathy apathy apogee apostasy apostasy apotheosis approbation arrogate assiduous assuage atrophy austere autonomy aver avocation banal belligerent bemoan benevolent an obsolete or archaic form any substance that promotes masculine characteristics being both male and female hostile feeling or attitude extreme dislike aversion any system or caste that separates people according to race lack of interest or emotion lack of interest or emotion the highest or most distant point a total desertion of one’s religion. glorified ideal praise. renunciation of one’s previous loyalty glorification. to declare to be true something one does in addition to a principle occupation predictable. persistent. hardworking to make less severe the wasting away of body tissue severe or stern in appearance. given to waging war to express pity for desiring to do good to others . etc. party. principles. cause. boring warlike. undecorated independence. clichéd. self-governance to affirm.

having a benign kindly disposition pertaining bilateral to or affecting two or both sides pompous bombastic in speech and manner to surrender capitulate unconditionally or on stipulated terms changing capricious one’s mind quickly and often to punish castigate or criticize harshly deception chicanery by means of craft or guile roundabout. complacent unconcerned inclined or complaisant disposed to please a feeling compunction of uneasiness for doing wrong having a concentric common center to conciliate placate. win over a large conflagration destructive fire merging confluence into one existing congenital or as such from birth to come contravene into conflict with recovering convalescent from illness to call convoke together intricate convoluted and complicated to provide corroborate supporting evidence credulity willingness . circuitous indirect to walk circumambulate about or around to draw a circumscribe line around watchful circumspect and discreet convincing cogent and well reasoned self-satisfied.

unmethodical an abusive. courtesy respectful. deteriorating respect. to yield judgment to to think fit or in accordance with one’s dignity to mislead the mind of judgment of. hasty. kinds. gullible going rapidly over something. disconnected at random. lacking self-confidence to pour out and spread to spread widely or thinly intended to delay inclined to delay or procrastinate someone with an amateurish and superficial interest in a topic to set right. condemnatory speech division into two parts. deceive to act of mockery to dry out thoroughly jumping from one thing to another. etc. to disguise one’s real intentions or character to scatter or spread widely to expand by stretching a . superficial decaying.credulous cursory decadent deference deferential deign delude derision desiccate desultory desultory diatribe dichotomy diffident diffuse diffuse dilatory dilatory dilettante disabuse disport disquiet dissemble disseminate distend doctrine to believe or trust too easily too trusting. to free from error to divert or amuse oneself a lack of calm or peace to present a false appearance.

a mystery lasting a short time a witty or pointed saying tersely expressed a word of phrase. a person who is easily deceived deceitfulness in speech or conduct. dogma a firmly held opinion. often a religious belief dictatorial in one’s opinions sorrowful.dogma dogmatic doleful dour dupe duplicity dystrophy eclectic efficacy effigy effluence elegy elocution empathy enervate engender enigma ephemeral epigram epithet equivocate erudite esoteric estimable eugenics eulogy principle or body of principles presented for acceptance or belief. mournful sullen. scholarly. double-dealing faulty or inadequate nutrition or development selecting from or made up from a variety of sources effectiveness sculpture or model or person flowing out of a sorrowful poem or speech art of clear and expressive speaking the identification with the feelings or thoughts of others to reduce in strength to produce. cause or bring about a puzzle. use invectively as a term of abuse to use expressions of double meaning in order to mislead learned. gloomy to deceive. bookish known or understood by only a few admirable improvement of qualities of race by control of inherited characteristics speech in praise of someone .

peevish continuous discharge of firearms or outburst of criticism pompous or inflated in language deceit or trickery different from acknowledged standard. prove innocent abominable urgent. holding unorthodox opinions or doctrines of other origin.euphony exacerbate exculpate execrable exigent expound exult fawn fiduciary foment forestall fractious fusillade grandiloquent guile heterodox heterogeneous hypocritical iconoclast impassive impervious impetuous impetuous importune impugn inamorata inchoate pleasantness of sound to increase bitterness or violence to clear from blame. requiring immediate action to set forth in detail to show or feel triumphant joy to grovel of a trust. held or given in trust to arouse or incite to prevent by advance action irritable. incapable of being affected quick to act without thinking characterized by sudden rash action or emotion to urge or press with excessive persistence to challenge as false a female lover not fully . not originating in the body affecting virtues or qualities one does not have one who opposes established beliefs. customs and institutions showing or feeling no emotion impossible to penetrate.

inculpate incursion indigent indoctrinate indolence indolence induce ineffable infusion ingenuous inimical insensate insidious insipid insolent interloper intransigent intransigent invective irascible laconic litigate magnanimous magnate maladroit malevolent formed. slothful to move or lead by influence too great for description liquid extract so obtained showing innocence or childlike simplicity hostile. tactless characterized . unfriendly without feeling or sensitivity intended to trap or beguile lacking interest or flavor boldly rude or disrespectful someone who intrudes in the domain of others uncompromising. or characterized by insult or abuse easily made angry using few words to make the subject of a lawsuit generous in forgiving an insult or injury a powerful or influential person clumsy. disorganized to charge with fault a hostile entrance into a place deficient in what is requisite to imbue someone with learning state of being lazy or slothful showing a disposition to avoid exertion. relating to. refusing to be reconciled refusing to agree or compromise of.

unruly not sharp.malfeasance malign malinger maxim minatory misanthrope miscegenation mitigate mollify nascent neophyte obdurate obfuscate oblique obsequious obsequious obsolescent obstreperous obtuse obviate occlude omnivorous onerous opprobrium opprobrium panegyric by or expressing bad will misconduct or wrongdoing often committed by a public official to speak harmful untruths about. burdensome public disgrace the disgrace incurred by shameful conduct formal or . pointed or acute to prevent. to lessen to calm or make less severe starting to develop a recent convert hardened in feelings. resistant to persuasion to render indistinct or dim having a slanting or sloping direction overly submissive and eager to please fawning becoming obsolete noisily defiant. to make unnecessary to stop up. threatening a person who dislikes others interbreeding of races to soften. to prevent the passage of eating or absorbing everything troublesome and oppressive. to slander to evade responsibility by pretending to be ill an expression of general truth or principle menacing.

lacking deliberation to prevent the presence of unusually advanced or mature in mental development or talent preference. liking having knowledge of things before they happen . transformation a gratuity. esp. a desire or effort to promote goodness the study of literary texts to establish their authenticity and determine their meaning excess a commandment given as a rule of action or conduct to throw violently or bring about abruptly. stubborn showing sudden irritation.panoply paragon pathogenic paucity percipient perfidious perfunctory perfunctory peripatetic permutation perquisite perspicacious perspicacious pertinacious pertinacious petulant philanderer philanthropy philology plethora precept precipitate preclude precocious predilection prescient elaborate praise at an assembly a wide-ranging and impressive array or display model of excellence or perfection causing disease smallness of quantity. discriminating willing to betray one’s trust done in a routine way. tip shrewd. indifferent performed merely as routine duty walking or traveling about. over some annoyance one who carries on flirtations charity. scarcity. discerning. astute having keen mental perception and understanding resolute persistent. itinerant a complete change. scantiness having perception.

rebellious to reply. retort to say or plead in protect. inactive motionless lying down. leaning stubborn. objection or reproof deserving rebuke or censure . caution or restraint childish. draw out.presentiment prevaricate probity prodigal proliferate promulgate propitiate propound propriety proscribe proselytize protract provident prudence puerile pugnacious punctilious pusillanimous querulous quiescence quiescent recumbent refractory rejoinder remonstrate reprehensible a feeling of anticipation over a future event to lie or deviate from the truth honesty. immature to quarrel or fight readily strict or exact in the observance of formalities lacking courage or resolution full of complaints the condition of being at rest. wasteful to increase in number quickly to make known by open declaration to conciliate. still. reclining. to appease to set forth for consideration correct behavior. extend having or showing foresight wisdom. high-mindedness lavish. obedience to rules and customs to condemn as harmful or odious to convert of attempt to recruit to prolong.

reprisals reprobate repudiate reticent reticent revile salient sedition sociopath soporific specious stigma stolid subjugate subterfuge supercilious supplicate taciturn tenable tenacious tendentious torpor tractable transcendent unconscionable veracious retaliation against an enemy a depraved or wicked person to reject the validity of silent. condescending to make humble and earnest entreaty silent. reserved disposed to be silent or not to speak freely to criticize with harsh language prominent or conspicuous incitement of discontent or rebellion against a government a person whose behavior is antisocial and who lacks a sense of moral responsibility causing sleep or lethargy deceptively attractive. not talkative capable of being held. seemingly plausible but fallacious a mark of shame or discredit unemotional. lacking sensitivity to conquer an artifice or expedient used to evade a rule arrogant. haughty. maintained or defended holding fast having a predisposition towards a point of view extreme mental and physical sluggishness easily managed or controlled going beyond ordinary limits unscrupulous habitually truthful .

received or suffered in place of another to slander. act of choosing having a great appetite . exercised. to defame crying out noisily free choice.veracity verisimilitude verity vicarious vilify vociferous volition voracious filled with trust and accuracy the appearance or semblance of truth truthfulness performed. free will.