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aggrandize
1. make great or greater (in power, wealth, position, or reputation) 2. make appear great or greater
impecunious
having little to no money; destitute
mawkish
nauseatingly sentimental, in an exaggerated, silly or false way
mollify
soften (feeling, temper etc.); reduce/soften demands etc.
onerous
laborious, troublesome
tacit
adj. understood, accepted or implied without being said out loud (e.g. an agreement); implicit
usurp
steal someone's power
languid
adj. relaxed, sluggish
laud
praise in words or song; extol
revere
v. regard with worshipful veneration
servile
adj. fawning, servant-like, obsequious
static
adj. fixed or stationary
superficial
1. to do with the surface 2. not thorough or complete 3. lacking in character or knowledge
inane
adj. silly
interminable
adj. (seemingly) having no limit or end, often too boring because of this
lucid
adj. easily understood, clear, mentally sound or (of a person) thinking or speaking so 2. (literary) bright
ominous
adj. threatening, foreboding
quandary
n. a dilemma, predicament
tirade
long and angry speech that criticizes or disapproves, harangue
incessant
unceasing, never stopping (to level of annoyance)
innovate
introduce or strive to introduce new things
listless
adj. showing little interest, spiritless, energyless; shiftless
obscure
unclear, ambiguous, vague, mysterious
pious
adj. showing reverence for god
profuse
adj. produced or displayed in overabundance, copious, lavish, prodigious
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