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divers
adj - several or various
fervent
adj - very earnest, intense, ardent, or burning
unique
adj - being the only one of its kind, unequaled, or different from all others.
virtual
adj - being so in effect but not in name or actual fact.
tantamount
adj - equivalent or having equal force, value or effect
disparity
adj - inequality, or a difference in age, rank, condition, quality, or kind
bland
adj - smooth, mild, soothing, or not irritating
pungent
adn - sharply penetrating, or keen and stimulating
profuse
adj - generous, abudnatn, sometimes to the point of excess
prolific
adj - producing abundantly, fertile, or creative
luxuriant
adj - thick, richly abundant, or lush; excessively elaborate or ornamented
commodious
adj - spacious or roomy
replete
adj - full to the uttermost, stuffed, abunantly supplied, or well stocked
utnold
adj - inclaculabe, or too numerous or great to be counted or measured
myriad
adj - innumerable, or compsed of large number
superfluous
adj - unnecesary, surplus, or excessive
extraneous
adj - unnecessary, irrelevant, or not pertinent; external in origin
poraid
adj - occurring occasionally, infrequently, or in scattered instances
rudiment
n - a first principle or fundamental; or a slight beginning or undeveloped stage
vestige
n - a trace or slight remainder of something that is no longer in existence
dearth
adj - a great lack or scarcity
devoid
adj - empty, lacking, or completely without