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affinity
a preference
fledgling
new
hackneyed
worn-our
incessant
nonstop
opulence
riches
proximity
nearness
sagaciouos
intelligent
supplant
to replace
unassailable
undeniable
voluminous
large
brusque
blunt
dispassionate
unemotional
effervescant
lively
idefatigable
never getting tired
misanthrope
an antisocial person
Morose
gloomy
Nonchalance
lack of concern
Progeny
offspring
Stoic
showing no distress
Voracious
greedy
Coalesce
to join
Decadence
a decline
Exemplary
excellent
Exuberance
joy
Incidental
secondary
insolvent
without money
Parsimonious
stingy
Prodigal
extravagant
Surreptitous
secret
Writhe
squirm
Brevity
briefness
Clemency
mercy
Frivolous
lighthearted
Heist
a burglary
Lampoon
to make fun of
Querulous
discontented
Reproach
an expression of disapproval
Respite
time off
Torpor
drowsiness
Unscathed
unhurt
Fidelity
Continuing loyalty and support
Rugged
strongly made, rocky surface
approbation
approval or praise
inviolate
free or safe from injury or violence
dissimulation
conceal or disguise
Peremptory
insisting on immediate attention or obedience; especially in a brusquely imperious way

law not open to appeal or challenge
Luminous
bright or shining
attenuated
unnaturally thin, weakened in face or effect
modicum
a small quantity of a particular thing
impassive
not feeling or showing emotion
tumult
a loud, cofused noise

confusion or disorder
turbid
(of a liquid) cloudy, opaque, or thick with suspended matter
dissolute
lax in morals
sanguine
cheerfully optimistic
insensate
lacking physical sensation
lacking sympathy or compassion
hacked
cut with rough or heavy blows
diffidence
modest or shy because of a lack of self confidence
lurking
hidden and waiting to ambush something/someone
malady
disease or ailment
revulsion
a sense of disgust and loathing
resolute
admirably purposeful, determined, and unwavering
apocryphal
of doubtful authenticity, although widely circulated as being true
palpable
able to be touched or felt
assiduoulsy
showing great care and perseverance
amicably
spirit of friendliness
disdainful
showing contempt or lack of respect
infallible
incapable of making mistakes or being wrong
sallow
unhealthy yellow or pale brown color
ostensible
stated or appearing to be true, but not necessarily so
altercation
a noisy argument or disagreement, especially in public
ubiquitous
found everywhere
feint
a mock attack or movement in warfare, made to distract or decieve an enemy
refractory
stubborn
efficacy
ability to produce a desired or intended result
ardent
having, expressive of, or characterized by intense feeling; passionate; fervent
supplication
an act or instance of supplicating; humble prayer, entreaty, or petition
sloth
lazy
contentious
quarrelsome
dubious
doubtful
ostentatious
pretentious or conspicuous in an attempt to impress others
impenitently
not feeling shame or regret about one's actions or attitudes
renounce
formally declare one's abandonment of (a claim, right, or possession)
propitiate
win or regain the favor of (a god spirit or person) by doing something that pleases them
patrician
a person of noble or high rank, an aristocrat
sanctuary
a sacred place, the holiest part of a sacred place
unscrupulous
conscienceless, unprincapaled
florid
flowery, excessively ornate
laconic
using few words; concise; expressing much in few words
vehemence
fervor, fury
insolent
boldy rude or disrespectful
pernicious
causing insiduous harm or ruin
deadly fatal
auspicious
promising success; opportune; favorable
ifamy
extremely bad reputation
demur
raise doubts or objections or show reluctance
grisly
causing horrow or disgust
aversion
a strong dislike or disinclination
latent
hidden, concealed
emigrant
leaves one country and goes to another