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tentative
provisional, uncertain
incompatible
adj. unable to exist in harmony with, work together because of fundamental differences
inconsequential
adj. 1. illogical, irrelevant, unimportant 2. not engendered from premises or evidence
novice
n. a beginner in any business or occupation
opulent
adj. wealthy, luxurious, ostentatious in this way, pompous
pretentious
adj. marked by pretense, conceit, or ostentation
suppress
subdue, end, abolish; (process, reaction, etc.) inhibit; (info) withhold from disclosure
tenacious
adj. persistent; pertinacious
inhibit
v. restrain, repress, hold in check
instigate
v. provoke, initiate an event, set of actions or someone to do something often bad
insurgent
n/adj. one who takes part in uprisings, rebel, revolutionary
levity
n. lightness of tone (especially during a grave occasion), can be even disrespectful
meager
adj.1. (of numbers, amounts) scanty, very low 2. lacking in quality or quantity 3. thin, lean
obsolete
adj. no longer practiced or accepted
opportunist
n. one who takes advantage of circumstances
partisan
adj. showing biased emotion
preclude
prevent (sth from happening)
prodigious
adj. immense, profuse
terse
using very few words; abrupt, not necessarily rude
zealot
n. a fanatically committed supporter 2. (historical) a member of an ancient Jewish sect striving for a Jewish theocracy throughout the world
ostentatious
showy, flashy, conspicuous
invective
insulting, rude and very forceful criticism
perfunctory
adj. done for routine's sake
pittance
n. 1. minuscule wage 2. (historical) a sum bequeathed to a religious house for them to provide extra party at festivals, celebrations of anniversaries..
cacophony
multitude of clashing noises
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