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antics
ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions
avowed
declared openly and without shame, acknowledged of the plan to aid public libraries throughout the state.
banter
to exchange playful remarks, tease; talkthat is playful and teasing
bountiful
giving freely, generous; plentiful, given abundantly
congested
overcrowded,filled or occupiedto excess
detriment
harm or loss; injury, damage; a disadvantange; a cause of harm, injury loss,or damage
durable
sturdy, not easily worn out or destroyed; lasting for a long time; consumer goods used repeatedly over a series of years
enterprising
energetic, willing and able to start something new; showing boldness and imagination
frugal
economical, avoiding waste and luxury; scanty, poor, meager
gingerly
with extreme care or caution
glut
to provide more than is needed or wanted; to feed or fill to the point of overstuffing; an oversupply
incognito
in a disguised state, under an assumed name or identity; the state of being disquised; a person in disquise
invalidate
to make valueless, take away all force or effect
legendary
described in well-known stories; existing in old stories (legends) rather than in real life
maim
to cripple, disable, injure, mar, disfigure, mutilate
minimize
to make as small as possible, make the least of; to make smaller than before
oblique
slanting or sloping; not straightforward or direct
veer
to change direction or course suddenly, turn aside, shift, swerve
venerate
to regard with reverence, look up to with great respect
wanton
reckless; heartless, unjustifiable; loose in morals; a spoiled, pampered person; one with low morals