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Soothing Mild Dull
Bland
Despicable; hateful; low
Contemptible
Lasting a long time; constant; habitual
Chronic
Impossible to understand; obscure
Incomprehensible
Harmful; mean; spiteful
Malicious
Not sharp-edge or pointed; blunt; dull; slow to understand
Obtuse
Hardworking; painstaking
Diligent
Disrespectful; rude and impolite; unrelated to a given topic
Impertinent
Expecting things to turn out badly; gloomy
Pessimistic
Perfectly; in theory
Ideally
A person who is outgoing and interested in others
Extroverts
Compatibility; freindliness; agreeableness; pleasantness
Congeniality
Full of playful good humor; genial and jolly
Jovial
To feel hatred or disgust toward something; to loathe; to reject vehemently
Abhor
A powerful business person or industrialist; magnate
Tycoon
Tastelessly cheap and showy; flashy
Gaudy
Characterizing one's deepest nature; very close association
Intimate
A person who believes that people act only selfish motives; a scornful person
Cynic
A person easily tricked or deceived;
Dupe
An allotment; a proportional share; a maximum number
Quota
A noisy quarrel or brawl;
Wrangle
Tool; instrament;
Implement
An Opponent; and enemy
Adversary
A bold or brilliant act
Exploits
To escape from or avoid; to escaoe the understanding of
Elude
To admit; to recognize the rights or authority of;
Acknowledge
Real, True; concerned wuth realities ans not the thinking of the person;
Objective
An act that serves an axample for later acts
Precedent
Something done or given to show respect or honor; an act of allience
Homage
To overcome; to rise above; to be above or on tip of
Surmount
To force a person by law to leave a building the person has leased or rented; to force out, eject
Evict
Unable to agree or get along; conflicting; mismatched
Incompatible
Later; coming after; following in time
Subsequent
Able to meet financial obligations; able to dissolve another substance;
Solvent
To shut out or exclude from a group; to banish
Ostracize
Given up to a habit or compulsion
Addicted
To take away or deprive of a right or property by deceit
Defraud
Loose or slack; relaxed; careless
Lax
Hard to overcome or deal with; causing fear
Formidable
Fundamental or basic; favoring basic or drastic change
Radical
Tempting; tormenting or teasing by keeping something in sight but out of reach
Jaunts
Lack of emotion or feeling; indefference; lack of interest, concern, or spirit
Apathy
Sharply affecting the sense of taste or smell; sharp
Pungent
A short pleasant trip; excrusion
Induction
Very wise,perceptive; having wisdom gained from experience
Sage
A meal; food eaten at a meal
Repast
Extremley hungry; predatory; greedy
Ravenous
An act of enrolling or bribing someone into a group, or of formally placing on office
Cascade
A small, steep waterfall; something that falls in a manner similar to that of a waterfall
Inverse
Inverted; reversed; opposite
Tantalizing
In agreement; harmonious; corresponding
Congruent
Not harmful; gentle; good-nature
Benign
Glowing with intense heat; very bright;
Oppressive
Tyrannical; hard to take; mentally or physically distressing
Incessant
Able to float; able to bounce back after a reverse or setback
Buoyant
Not letting light throug; not transparent
Opaque
Giving vigor to; enlivening; filling with energy
Invigorating
Filled with life; livley; seeming alive
Animated
Dark; gloomy; misty; hard to understand
Murky
Unceasing; never stopping
Incandescent
An action person or thing that impedes;
Hindrance
Violently agitated; disorderly; stormy
Turbulent
Glommy and sad; solemn and serious
Somber
Last or final; basic; maximum
Ultimate
To bring together; to bring into harmony
Reconcile
Acted upon rather thatn acting
Passive
To make something unavoidable
Necessitated
To be a sign of; to indicate
Denote
A substance used for grinding; an irritant
abrasive
Not capable of being made smaller or simpler
Irreducible
A figure of speech that compares two unliike things using like or as
Simile
Power, Strength, force
Potency
An indirect reference; a passing mention
Aluusion
Genuine; reliable
Authenticity
A rythmic flow or pattern
Cadence
A misleading or false idea; mistaken reasoning
Fallacies
A figure of speech that contains an implied comparison
Metaphors
Not literally true; using figure of speech
Figurative
Marked by special effort; dedicated
Intensive
An old saying; a proverb
Adage
Frank, Sraightforward; simple
Ingenuous
A three-legged stand for a camera; anyhitng that stands on three legs
Tripod
A raised platform for public speaking
Rostrum
Skillful public speaking
Oratory
The stock of goods or merchindice on hand; an acounting of goods
Inventory
A copy; a reproduction
Replica
A speech a character makes to himself or herself onstage that reveals his or her thoguhts to the audience
Intonation