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Congenial
kindred, sympathetic, agreeable
Imperious
commading, lordly, arrogant
Ingratiating
capable of winning favor, pleasing, flattering; meant to gain a favor
Elation
to fill with joy
Affluence
abundant supply, wealth
Cynical
One who attributes all action to selfish motives
Reticent
tending not to talk/give out informations
Misnomer
a wrong name
Trepidation
nervous agitation
Approbation
approval
Exasperation
irritate
Absolve
pardon (an offense);
free from blame
Composure
mental calmness
Induce
persuade;
bring about
Meek
quiet & obedient
Indulgent
humoring, yielding, lenient
Meek
quiet & obedient;
spiritless
iconoclastic
attacking cherished traditions
wary
very cautious
nonchalance
indifference;
lack of concern
deplore
regret strongly;
express grief over
facelift
modernization
excavate
to digout, remove
dislodge
to force out of a place to rest or hide
barricade
to block,
obstruct
obfuscate
to make dark/ obscure & confusing
myriad
an indefinitely large number
contention
contest; an idea/point for which a person argues
pernicious
very destructive/ injurious
subtle
hardly noticeable
capricious
a sudden whim/fancy
disquiet
to make uneasy/restless; disturb
cacophonous
harsh/discordant sound
grandiose
impressive, imposing, splendid
languid
weak, listless, slow
stuccato
cut short so as not to sound connected
boisterous
noisily turbulent
frenetic
wildly excited
contemplate
to view/ consider with continued attention; mediative
brazen
sounding harsh &loud
rambunctious
unruly, full of noise and spirits
sardonic
skeptically humorous, mockery
urbane
very polite
diminutive
indicating the small size/ quality of being lovable
demure
quietly modest
jovial
marked by a good humor