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renovate
v. make as if new again
stingy
adj. not generous
reciprocate
v. do in return
peripatetic
adj. travelling around
sensual
adj. delighting the senses
revoke
v. cancel existing orders or rights
pecuniary
adj. to do with money
notorious
adj. having a widespread and negative reputation
galvanize
v. stimulate as if by electricity
reactionary
adj. conservative
perspicacious
adj. having good judgment
precipitate
v. to cause quickly to happen
sedition
n. inciting of disloyalty or revolution
salutation
n. greeting
pathos
n. quality of something that causes it to inspire pity
restitution
n. compensation for sins committed
scintillate
v. shine in thousands of tinkles
pseudonym
n. false name
exhume
v. dig from a grave
nurture
v. care for
propagate
v. reproduce or help an organism to reproduce
vitriolic
"adj. highly corrosive, bitterly scathing, caustic, virulent"
puissant
adj. powerful
repulse
v. push back
tenet
n. watchword held as true by a group
revile
hate
inept
"adj. unskilled, clumsy"
pillage
"v. plunder, steal"
olfactory
adj. to do with smell
paradox
n. logic problem incapable of resolution
rapacious
adj. violently greedy
potentate
one in a position of power
parody
n. humorous imitation of a prior text or person
obviate
v. prevent
relish
"n. glee, enjoyment"
succinct
adj. short and precise
retract
v. take back
sentient
adj. having consciousness
plenitude
n. fullness
stagnate
"v. become stagnant, become unpleasant due to lack of motion"
obsequious
adj. flattering and sucking up
vicarious
adj. undergone in another's place
renunciation
n. act of renouncing or rejecting something
punitive
adj. acting as a punishment
frenetic
adj. full of crazy energy
perspicacity
n. good judgment
remission
n. temporary pause in disease or abstinence
onus
n. burden of responsibility
unconscionable
adj. unreasonably excessive
prurient
adj. nosy
indigenous
adj. native
pall
n. cloth covering a coffin
patronize
v. talk down to
rapt
adj. having attention completely taken up
prowess
"n. talent, skill"
medley
n. mixture
omniscient
adj. knowing everything
remiss
"adj. lax in attending to duty, negligent, exhibiting carelessness"
impregnable
adj. impossible to penetrate or capture
proxy
n. stand-in
propriety
n. good manners
precipice
n. cliff
requite
v. satisfy
panegyric
n. formal speech praising something or someone
implicit
adj. said without words; complete and without any doubts.
sardonic
adj. mocking
pedant
n. one who is pedantic or fussy about details
nocturnal
adj. active at night
restive
"adj. restless, antsy"
modulate
v. adjust according to circumstances
indignant
"adj. angry, annoyed"
oust
v. remove from power
nettle
n. common stinging plant
seraphic
adj. angelic
laconic
adj. laid back
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