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62 Cards in this Set

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vitriolic
harsh in tone
lugubrious
mournful
indolence
sloth
vituperative
harshly abusive censure
dearth
scarce lack
ephemeral
lasting briefly
pandit/pundit
learned man
altruism
selflessness
preponderance
superiority in weight, etc
milquetoast
meek, timid
penchant
definite liking
indefatigable
tireless
antipathy
strong repugnance
sardonic
scornfully/cynically mocking
sententious
Abounding in pompous moralizing
inexorable
relentless
unsullied
fresh and clean
wanton
immoral
aberrant
deviating from expected course
supercilious
haughty disdain, showing
affable
amiable
foible
weakness or failing of character
obstreperous
defiant
umbrage
offense, resentment
histrionic
dramatic
torpor
inactivity/insensibility
turgid
excessive, complex
portentous
foreboding, significant/wonderful
pallid
wan
servile
submissive
belie
misrepresent
specious
deceptively attractive
nostrum
favorite but untested remedy
parsimonious
excessively frugal
gregarious
sociable
placate
to appease
staccato
abbrupt
filial
referring to a son/daughter
simian
ape or monkey
incipient
beginning to exist/appear
fetid
having an offensive odor
capricious
impulsive
perfunctory
routinely
ambivalent
uncertain
notoriety
of ill fame
ascetic
nun-like
facetious
humorous
belie
misrepresent
specious
deceptively attractive
nostrum
favorite but untested remedy
parsimonious
excessively frugal
gregarious
sociable
placate
to appease
staccato
abbrupt
filial
referring to a son/daughter
simian
ape or monkey
incipient
beginning to exist/appear
fetid
having an offensive odor
capricious
impulsive
perfunctory
routinely
ambivalent
uncertain
notoriety
of ill fame