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acclaim
widespread, public praise (also verb)
cupidity
greed (esp. for material things and money), avarice
bolster
v. support, add to, or uphold
destitute
very poor, without any possessions, hardly able to survive alone; impecunious
explicit
adj. definite, fully and clearly expressed or demonstrated 2. showing or talking about sex or violence vividly
concur
v. agree
derision
a mockery, ridicule
compliance
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, cause disrespect, disbelief in an idea or a person
crass
adj. unrefined, coarse or thick in nature
boon
n. something to be grateful for
conciliate
reconcile, placate, obtain the friendship of
auspicious
(esp. about a positive sign, before or at the beginning of an event) boding well for the future, propitious
futile
adj. ineffective, pointless, useless
autonomy
self-government; state of not being controlled by external powers, independency
brevity
shortness of duration; concise use of words (in writing or speech)
euphonious
adj. pleasant in sound, agreeable to the ear
erratic
adj. irregular, wandering, led by whim, capricious, fickle, catch-as-catch-can, helter-skelter, hit-or-miss
anarchy
n. absence of government, disorder
abstinence
n. act of abstaining, self denial, restraining oneself (usually from drugs, sex or alcohol)
construe
to interpret and understand in a particular way, deduce, clarify, elucidate
criterion
n. a standard by which to determine the correctness of a judgment or conclusion
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