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churlish
boorish, vulgar, rude...churlish behavior
peasantlike,
loutish,
difficult to work with (such as soil)
and intractable

adjective
coalesce
to come together,
to fuse or unite

verb
coda
concluding section of a musical or literary piece
coeval
of the same period
coexisting

adj
commensurate
matching, corresponding or proportionate in degree, size, amount

adjective
contemn (verb)
to scorn or despise

verb
contumacious
insubordinate, rebellious

adj
corrigible
correctable, reparable
countenance
verb-to tolerate, to approve or encourage
noun: appearance, esp the expression on the face

verb/noun

ex: You should not have countenanced his rudeness.

A sad countenance.
cozen
to deceive or hoodwink

verb
craven
contemptibly fainthearted
lacking any courage
curmudgeon
a crusty, ill-tempered coot, a misanthrope

noun
daunt
-To overcome with fear, to dishearten
-to lessen the courage of; dishearten
Ex: to daunt one's adversaries
ex: don't be daunted by the amount of work we have to do.
debacle
fiasco
complete failure
decorous
Characterized by or exhibiting decorum;
proper:
ex: decorous behavior.

adj
defalcate
to embezzle or misappropriate

verb
denigrate
to blacken, to belittle, to defame, sully or disparage

verb
denouement
an outcome or solution
the unraveling of a plot

noun
deposition
-accretion, depositing, building up layer by later
-official testimony

noun
deprecate
to disparage or belittle
to put down

verb

also: to express disapproval of, to give reasons against (a plot, scheme..)
derivative
unorriginal, obtained from another source

adj
descant
to comment at length

verb

also, refers to music, can be an accompanying melody
descry
to discriminate or discern (something unclear) by looking carefully.
ex: the Lookout discried land ahead.

verb