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vivacity
livliness
discomfiture
uneasiness or confusion
cupidity
greed
perplexity
state of being confused
languor
weakness or weariness of body or mind
extract
to draw out with special effort
allude
to make an indirect direct reference
condescend
to lower oneself to a lower level
dexteriously
skillful use of the hands
tremulouse
shaking
lethargic
drousy
feign
to pretend (so someone else thinks you ar something you arent)
incongruiity
quality of being out of place
haggard
worn; a wild appearence
averse
opposed to
disparity
condition of inequality; difference
corroborate
to confirm
pacific
peaceful; a soothing efect
chronic
constant
truculent
savage (adj.)
unscrupulous
w/o principle
obdurate
be stubborn
extricate
to free or disentangle
timult
loud noise
vicariously
experiencing something by imagined participation in another's expierience
irresolute
unsure
imprecations
curses
proffered
to offer
consternation
great fear or shock that confuses; fear
presentiment
a fealing that something bad will occur
diffidence
hesitant in acting or speaking through lack of self-confidence
indelible
un-ereasable
felicitous
suitable to the occasion
melancholy
a feeling of sadness
disdainfully
scornfully
querulous (cuerulous??????????)
complaining
plainteively
melancholy
superciliously
houthtily, blatantly and disdainfully proud
assiduity
hard working (very carefulness?)
alleviate
lessened or relieved
audacious
to be brave
latent
hidden (not sure)
avarice
greed
aberration
mental derangement
sundry
miscellaneous, various
abhorrence
hatred and disgust
dubiously
uncertainty