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Proximity Profundity Adulterate Sanction Ameliorate (-ion) Anachronism/Anachronistic Vindictive Propitiate Aver Burgeon(-ing) Commensurate Mitigate/Mitigation Culpability Specious(ness) Turpitude Diffident/Diffidence Repudiate Discrete Obviate Dissemble Implacable Emulate Complaisance/Complaisant Enervate Latency Erudite (ition) Espouse Florid(ness) Occlude Harangue Hieroglyph(ic) Iconoclast Impervious Efficacy/Efficacious Inchoate Loquacity/loquacious Irascible (-ility) Ephemeral Laudable (-tory) Insipid Magnanimity/Magnanimous Precarious(ly)

Nearness Depth (usually depth of thought) To corrupt or make impure Permission, support; law; penalty To make better, improve Something chronologically inapporapriate Spiteful, vengeful, unforgiving To win over, appease To declare to be true, affirm To sprout or flourish Proportional To soften, or make milder Guilt, responsibility for wrong Having a false appearance of truth; showy Inherent baseness, depravity Shy, lacking confidence To reject as having no authority Individually distinct; consisting of unconnected elements To make unnecessary; to anticipate and prevent To pretend, disguise one’s motives Inflexible, incapable of being pleased To copy, imitate Disposition to please or comply To weaken, sap strength from The condition of being present but hidden Learned, scholarly To support or advocate, to marry Gaudy, extremely ornate, ruddy, flushed To shut, block A ranting writing or speech, lecture Pictorial character One who attacks traditional beliefs Impossible to penetrate; incapable of being affected Effectiveness, efficiency Imperfectly formed or formulated Talkative Easily angered Momentary, transient, fleeting Deserving of praise Bland, lacking flavour; lacking excitement Generosity Uncertain

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Endemic Mollify Rarefy/Rarefaction Disinterest(ed)(edness) Foster Perennial Malevolent Defer(ence) Precursory(y) Lucid Probity Abscond Propensity Audacious Wheedle Prudent Mundane Diffuse Aggrandize Decimate Succinct Enigma(tic) Unfettered Ascetic

Belonging to a particular area; inherent To calm or make less severe To make thinner, purer, or more refined Unbiased; not interested To nourish, cultivate, promote Present throughout the years; persistent Ill-willed; causing evil or harm to others To show respect or politeness in a submissive way Forerunner, predecessor Clear and easily understood Honesty, high-mindedness To depart secretly and hide Inclination, tendency Bold, daring, fearless To influence or entice by flattery Careful, cautious Worldly; commonplace Widely spread out To make larger or greater in power To reduce drastically; to destroy a large part of Terse, brief, concise A puzzle, something inexplicable Free, unrestrained Self-denying, abstinent, austere