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defamation
n. malicious injury done to a reputation
hindrance
n. an obstacle
exuberance
n. ostentatious glee
erroneous
"containing or derived from error, incorrect"
impartial
adj. unbiased
defer
v. put off an action until later
deface
"to spoil the surface or appearance of something, especially by writing on it or breaking it"
extant
adj. currently existing
equivocate
v. utter a misleading statement
impeccable
adj. without mistake or blemish
divulge
"v. reveal, let slip"
colloquy
n. formal conversation
edify
v. educate; enlighten
cognizant
adj. having knowledge
bourgeois
adj. belonging to the middle class
callow
adj. inexperienced
audible
adj. capable of being heard
breach
n. gap where barriers are broken through
deplore
v. find hateful; abhor
choleric
"adj. beset by cholera, angry"
cede
v. give up control of
enjoin
"v. order, recommend"
formidable
"adj. awesome, great in size or difficulty"
beget
v. conceive a baby
connive
"conspire, scheme, plot"
devious
"cunning, sneaky"
astringent
"adj. (medicine) contracting, constrictive; harsh, severe"
aversion
n. dislike
corpulence
n. fatness
corrosive
adj. liable to eat away at things
imperative
adj. very important
eminent
adj. widely respected
cessation
"n. end, halt"
furlough
n. leave from military service
deride
v. mock
aver
v. claim with confidence
congruity
n. state of belonging or making sense together
coronation
n. crowning of a monarch
condolence
n. comforting words following a death
contemptuous
showing that you think someone or something deserves no respect SYN scornful
epitome
perfect example; a brief summary
blemish
"n. flaw, imperfection"
audacious
adj. brave
grotto
n. small cave
consumption
n. the state of consuming things
expiate
v. make amends for
congeal
"turn from a liquid into a solid, coagulate"
illicit
adj. illegal or unlicensed
immerse
v. lower into water
digress
v. depart from the subject of a conversation or speech
egress
n. path out of a building
divine
adj. godly
head
n. chief or leader of an organization
awry
not in the correct position
complement
v. work well in conjunction with
carouse
v. party like it's 1999
decry
v. condemn
belie
v. contradict
broach
v. break open a barrel
collateral
n. something to be borrowed against
convene
v. come together
chastise
v. scold
embellish
to add ornamentation to
diurnal
adj. daily; constant
gambol
v. dance like a baby animal
consign
v. send
captivate
v. hold the attention of
compensate
v. give money in exchange for something
atrocious
adj. extremely bad
fervent
adj. enthusiastic
imbibe
v. drink
docile
"adj. meek, easily controlled"
forgo
"v. give up, let slide"
contiguous
"adj. in close physical proximity, touching"
atone
v. make amends
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