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Something or someone joined or added to something else but not essentially a part of it.
Adjunct
To give a false impression of; to contradict.
Belie
Great destrtuction of life; slaughter.
Carnage
A problem that seems to have no satisfactory solution; a difficult choice.
Dilemma
Differing from one antoher; having various or distinct parts.
Diverse
To get rid of; to uproot.
Eradicate
To ignore in a disrespectful or scornful way.
Flout
To sir up; to rouse; to instigate
Foment
An open revolt against legal authority; a rebellion.
Insurrection
Ordered by an authority; required.
Mandatory
To make or become less erious or severe; to ameliorate.
Mitigate
An effort to conceal the real intention or state of affairs; an excuse.
Pretext
Denoting a single person or thing, contrasted to more then one.
2. extraordinary; exceptional
Singular
Tending to cause sleepiness.
Somnolent
Strong; sturdy.
Stalwart
1. A depatrue from the norm or what is considered right, natural or normal; a flaw or defect.
2. The failure of a mirror or lens to reporduce an image in focus.
Aberration
Grown old; out-of date.
Antiquated
1. Of or relating to the skies or heavens.
2. Heavenly, divine; of the finest or highest kind.
Celestial
The state of being certain of the truth or rightness of somethihng.
Certitude
To distribute something or pay out money, especially from a public or other fund.
Disburse
1. A vast cluster of stars and other matter, billions of which makeup the known universe.
2. A group of brilliant or notable people or things.
Galaxy
Hard to manage, tame or control; stubbborn; not easily cured.
Intractable
1. A joining or coming together; the plae where such a connection occurs.
2. A point in time made critical by the timing of the circumstances.
Juncture
To place side by side.
Juxtapose
A large and violent whirpool or something resebling a whirpool.
2. A place or state of great turmoil or confusion
Maelstrom
Best or most favorable.
Optiumum
To expose to public scorn or contempt.
Pillory
To grow, expand, or multiply at a rapid rate.
Proliferate
Negligent; careless; lax.
Remiss
Marked by great strength, size, or influence.
Titanic