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Bolster
VERB
To support
Censure
An expression of strong disapproval and harsh criticism
chasten
punish; reprove
capitulate
to surrender
capricious
unpredictable
castigate
to punish
cajole
to tease
circumspect
prudent, cautious
beguile
to trick
benevolent
kind
brevity
briefness
blight
ruined, destroyed, withered
celerity
speed
contrite
confessing; sorry
consonance
agreement; harmony
condone
to over look or excuse
concise
short and to the point
bombast
pompous
consummate
to complete or make hole
bomptious
obnoxious, self esertive
capacious
large roomy spacious
contend
to argue a point or possition
complacent
self satisfied or unconcerned
conundrum
a riddle
coerce
to bring about by force or threat
convivial
socialble
confound
confussion
contract
to squeez together
concur
agree or be of the same opinion
composure
Self possession and having a calm state of mind
Converge
to come together to meet
concede
to admit relunctantly to yeild
Copious
in large quantity
Complaint
obaying
contingent
depending upon other circumstances
conviction
to be proven or found guilty
benign
gentle kind harted mild
Belie
to give a false impression
bequeath
to leave behind or hand down
belligerent
having a strong tendency to argue and fight
benediction
good wishes or a blessing
Choler
Anger or irritablitiy
coalesce
to fuse or grow together
cacophony
opposite of harmony
caustic
capable of burning or eating away
clemency
to show mercy
chastise
to punish as in beating
cloister
a quiet place
candor
openise
circumscribe
to encircle limit or restrict