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unctuous
adj. unpleasantly and excessively suave
vacillate
"v. waver, hesitate"
vacuous
adj. empty-headed
vapid
adj. lifeless
veracity
truth of a statement
vicissitude
"n. change, variation"
vociferous
adj. having a loud voice
winsome
adj. charmingly sweet
zenith
"peak, highest point (z...)"
zephyr
"n.
petulance
"n. behavior that is unreasonably impatient and angry, like a child"
nonchalant
"adj. calm, casual"
haughty
"adj. arrogant, condescending"
diligent
hard-working
convergence
"joining of parts, coming together"
agile
"adj. nimble, possessing quick reflexes"
diminution
"n. reduction, decrease"
conspicuous
adj. clearly visible
heinous
"adj. extremely bad, hateful"
assent
"agreement, concurrence, consent or acquiescence; to agree, consent to or concur"
forte
n. particular strength of character or skill
crescendo
n. noise or music growing louder
deferential
respecting authority
acute
adj. severe
apposite
"adj. relevant, well-timed, suitable"
acclaim
n. widespread praise
cupidity
n. greed
bolster
"v. support, add to, or uphold"
destitute
adj. very poor
explicit
"adj. definite, fully and clearly expressed or demonstrated"
concur
v. agree
derision
"n. mockery, ridicule"
compliance
n. the act of yielding or conforming
frivolity
"n. inconsequentiality, lack of seriousness"
hypothesis
n. a conjecture or assumption
digression
n. a deviation from a central theme
discredit
v. injure the reputation of
crass
"adj. unrefined, coarse or thick in nature"
boon
n. something to be grateful for
conciliate
"reconcile, placate, obtain the friendship of"
auspicious
adj. boding well for the future
futile
"adj. ineffective, pointless, useless"
autonomy
n. self-government
brevity
shortness of duration
euphonious
"adj. pleasant in sound, agreeable to the ear"
erratic
"adj. irregular, wandering"
anarchy
"n. absence of government, disorder"
abstinence
n. self denial
construe
"interpret, deduce"
criterion
n. a standard by which to determine the correctness of a judgment or conclusion
exemplary
adj. fitted to serve as a model or example worthy of imitation
countenance
n. face
gravity
n. seriousness
exhaustive
adj. thorough and complete in execution
deviate
v. take a different course
fluctuate
"v. change continually, shift back and forth"
foresight
n. provision against future harm or need
blithe
"n. joyous, carefree, merry"
convoluted
needlessly complicated
fragile
adj. easily broken
enigma
"n. a riddle, mystery"
cynical
adj. exhibiting moral skepticism and contempt
deterrent
"something that prevents a desired action, such as through fear"
diligence
"n. carefulness, the opposite of negligence"
fervor
ardor or intensity of feeling
antipathy
n. bad feeling
adversity
"hardship, misfortune or affliction"
coercion
n. the use of force to obtain compliance
alienate
v. cause to turn away
condescend
v. display arrogance by patronizing those considered inferior
diversion
"adj. pastime, or distraction, detour"
facilitate
"v. make more easy, assist"
diverse
adj. capable of various forms
heretic
n. dissenter
belittle
v. disparage
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