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renounce
to formally reject of give up
swagger
to walk in a bold, showy manner
raucous
harsh sounding
insolent
rude
imminent
likely to happen soon
endeavor
an attempt; to attempt
tumult
chaotice uproar
resilient
able to "bounce back"
savor
to enjoy slowly
quaver
to tremble
temperament
one's usually way of being
correlate
to show the realtionship between
paradox
to seemingly contradictory statement
cavernous
large,dark and hollow;cave-like
wary
cautious
stagnant
to beocme still or dull
primeval
of the earliest times
subliminal
below the threshold of consciousness
genial
friendly
emanate
to radiate outward
dire
serious
fervent
passionate
ardor
passion
boisterous
rowdy
paraphernalia
accessories;related materials
perfunctory
barely acceptable; in a way to "just get it done"
lapse
a break; a fall away froma moral state; to break or fall
petulant
whiny
defiant
boldy resistant
ardent
passionate
condone
to approve of, often by not directly disapproving
elude
to escape
futile
useless
debacle
total disaster
indolent
lazy
palpable
able to be touched or felt
tangible
able to be touched or felt
empathy
ability to understand and identify with another's emotions
sadism
cruelty or delight in another's pain
naive
innocent; not worldy
bitgot
one who rejects anyone else's ideas
subservient
lowly; giving into another's commands
impassive
without emotion
adversary
enemy or opponent
noble
having high rank or moral standing
bait
to draw into an arguement
tentative
not fully worked out, hesitant
appraise
to estimate the value of
indignant
angry at a perceived injustice
degenerate
to break down