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aberrant
abnormal; straying from the normal or usual path
timorous
timid, fearful
succor
help for sb or sth
reciprocal
mutual; having the same relationship to each other
innate
natural; inborn
wondrous
extraordinarily, amazingly
prudent
having good sense; wise; careful; prepared
pervade
to occupy the whole of; spread throughout sth
tribute
expression of admiration
censure
to criticize or disapprove of
resplendent
dazzling and shining
trepidation
apprehension, uneasiness or fear about the future
impromptu
without preparation
obstinate
stubborn
germane
pertinent; related; to the point
disapprobation
disapproval
diffident
timid; lacking self-confident
comeliness
beauty; attractiveness in appearance or behavior
affable
friendly; amiable; good-natured
painstaking
thorough; careful; precise
rhapsodize
to speak or write in an enthusiastic manner
ecstatic
showing great pleasure or delight, dominated by emotion
awry
crooked; uneven; wrong; askew
malinger
to pretend to be ill in order to escape work
insinuate
imply sth, to work into gradually and indirectly
morose
moody, gloomy, despondent
despondent
discouraged
derogatory
uncomplimentary, criticism
gainsay
to speak against; to deny
inarticulate
speechless; unable to speak clearly
illusory
unreal; false; deceptive
privy
private; confidential
stupor
unconsciousness
bewilder
confuse sb completely
vex
to trouble the erves; to annoy
unpretentious
simple; plain
pretentious
self-important and affected, ostentatious
verbatim
using identical words
prosaic
tiresome; ordinary; lacking imagination
resemble
be like sb or sth in appearance or behavior
vindicate
to free from charge; to clear