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quixotic
like Don Quixote, romantic and faintly preposterous
rancor
bitterness, resentfulness; hatred; malice; ill will
recapitulate
v. summarize, point out main points again
rectitude
n. (esp. in moral sense) rightness of principle or conduct, righteousness
refract
to bend light as through a prism
replete
1. full of, well-supplied with sth, abundant 2. fat 3. well fed, relaxed
reprobate
n. immoral person
resplendent
adj. spectacular, brightly shining
ribald
adj. (esp. about sex) vulgar, coarse yet humorous
rife
adj. in widespread occurrence
ruminate
to chew on, consider or reflect deeply on something
salient
having a quality that thrusts itself into attention; prominent
sanctimonious
adj. holier-than-thou
scurrilous
(of an article, remark) containing abuse, slander or obscenities
sinuous
adj. curving in an s-shape
somnolent
adj. sleepy
staid
adj. sober, unadventurous, slightly old-fashioned
stolid
adj. 1. (disapproving) unemotional, impassive 2. (of a thing) not interesting or attractive
subjugate
conquer, bring under control, make subordinate to
tortuous
complicated, with many twists and turns, wandering, convoluted
tractable
easy to control, manage or teach; docile
tremulous
adj. quivering or shaking
trenchant
adj. 1. (expression, style) energetic, vigorous 2. (archaic, literary) of a weapon or tool having a sharp edge
truculent
quick and eager to argue, fierce
ubiquitous
seeming to be everywhere, omnipresent
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