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Impervious
Not allowing anything to pass through; impenetrable
Impugn
To attack; especially to attack the truth or integrity of something
mug -> pug
Inane
Silly; senseless
Incipient
Beginning; emerging
Incongrous
Not harmonious not consistent; not appropriate; not fitting in
Ineffable
Incapable of being expressed or described
Lampoon
To satirize; to mock; to parody
harpoon, but not
Laud
To praise; to applaud; to extol; to celebrate
Levity
Lightness; frivolity; unseriousness
Loquacious
Talking a lot or too much
e-loquent
Sonorous
full or loud in sound; imposing/impressive in effect or style
Farcical
ludicrous, laughably inept; absurd
I'm laughably inept at Far Cry
Desultory
marked by lack of definite plan, regularity, or purpose
result of disaster
Ruse
roundabout path taken by fleeing game, trickery
Feigning
to give a false appearance of; induce as a false impression
Aperture
an opening or open space; hole
a-part-ture
Propriety
conformity to what is socially acceptable in conduct/speech
Pleonasm
use of more words than necessary to denote mere sense
Cohesion
the act or state of sticking together tightly
Pigmentation
coloration or deposition of skin color
Acerbic
acidic in temper, mood, or tone
Absurd
ridiculously unreasonable, unsound, or incongruous
Foibles
a minor flaw or shortcoming in character or behavior
Follies
lack of good sense or normal prudence and foresight
Acronym
a word formed from the initial letters of each of the successive parts or major parts of a compound term
Finite
having definite or definable limits
Concave
hollowed or rounded inward like the inside of a bowl
Sentient
responsive to or conscious of sense impressions
Incursion
a hostile entrace into a territory; raid
Incentive
something that incites or has a tendency to incite to determination of action