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cajole
persuade with flattery
coagulate
thicken from a liquid into a solid
confluence
the flowing together of several things or ideas
consonant
in agreement or harmony
dilatory
irresponsibly procrastinating
effrontery
"boldness, cheek"
gregarious
"sociable, friendly"
coalesce
"come together, unite"
abase
humble or reduce in stature
abet
"help, assist"
abjure
forgo
abrogate
"abolish, cancel"
abstruse
difficult to understand
acumen
wisdom in a specific area
alacrity
willingness
allay
"calm, soothe fears"
anathema
something despised or under a curse
antediluvian
"before the great flood, ancient"
approbation
approval
ardor
desire
arrogate
attribute to someone
brusque
"Rudely abrupt, unfriendly"
calumny
a damaging lie
capacious
Having a lot of space inside
capitulate
surrender a military position
circumlocution
talking around a subject
cogent
logically clear and relevant
colloquial
informal language
collusion
conspiracy
compliant
behaving meekly in accordance with a set of rules
complicity
the state of being part of a conspiracy
compunction
moral hesitation about a future deed
conflagration
large fire
consummate
having or revealing supreme mastery or skill
continence
self-discipline
contravene
"infringe, come into conflict with"
convivial
"lively, good-humored, sociable"
copious
large in quantity
corroborate
confirm as true
culpable
deserving blame
cursory
fast and insubstantial
curt
rude and short in tone or behavior
decorous
possessing stately dignity
despot
excessively harsh ruler
discomfit
confuse
dissemble
disguise
dissipate
reduce to nothingness
distend
become disproportionately stretched
doleful
"Expressing sorrow, mournful"
efface
erase
enmity
"bad blood, angry disagreement"
equanimity
"balance of mood, coolness"
erudite
"well-informed, well-researched, learned, bookish"
eschew
avoid
evince
show
execrable
"very bad, contemptible"
exigent
"urgent, requiring prompt attention"
exonerate
prove to be innocent
facile
"silly, unserious"
fatuous
foolish
forbearance
"patient self-control, tolerance, self-restraint"
fulsome
unpleasantly excessive; overdone
garrulous
"wordy, rambling"
harangue
make a long scolding speech
ignominious
embarrassing
impassive
unemotional (i...)
aberration
deviation from the norm
acrimony
"bitter argument, controversy"
efficacious
effective
enervate
make weaker
mundane
"worldly, unimaginative, ordinary"
iconoclast
one who destroys idols or attacks institutions
promulgate
broadcast a decree
gullible
easily persuaded
abscond
depart without permission
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