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incontrovertible
not open to discussion; indisputable
conclusive
serving to settle
burgeon
to flourish
anarchist
a person who doesnt want order
corroborate
to make more certain
transcend
to exceed; to go over and beyond
versatile
likely to change easily
loquacious
eloquent in speaking
phlegmatic
composed
ennoble
to give nobility to
prototype
the original model; first model
accumulate
to amass
prevail
to succeed; to be widespread or current
titter
to laugh quietly
thwart
to prevent from accomplishing a purpose
incur
to acquire; to become liable through one's own action
perfunction
done with routine; superficial
incorrigible
cannot be corrected
abstruse
hard to understand
benighted
surrounded by darkness; ignorant
elicit
to draw or bring out
banal
ordinary
typecasted
repetitively cast; stereotype
coerce
to force by threat
adulation
praises
meld
to combine with
immaculate
clean, tidy
laconic
using only a few words
transcend
overpass
lugbrious
mournful
ebullient
zealous, pious
iniquitous
wicked
allegiant
obedient
callous
immature
impetuous
with sudden energy
covetous
desiring, greegy
avaricious
greedy
subversive
corrupt
irksome
annoying
traverse
to move across
moot
to debate
inchoate
incomplete
repudiate
to refuse to accept
mawkish
sentimental in a weak way
asinine
stupid
ethereal
heavenly
pusillanimous
cowardly
effusive
unrestrained
bellicose
warlike
aphasia
loss of ability to comprehend words
castigate
to criticize or reprimand sharply
diffident
lackign confidence
odious
deserving hatred
palatable
acceptable
tempestuous
stormy
sordid
vile, dirty
illit
unlawful
fervid
zealous
collusion
secret agreement for an illegal purpose
litigation
to contest in legal proceedings;
or a lawsuit