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Adulation
Praise, respect, or love that is excessive
Ambivalent
Torn, conflicted
Antagonistic
Against, attacking; hostile to
Apathy
Lack of interest, feeling, or passion
Lachrymose
Tearful,sad
Nirvana
State of supreme bliss
Placid
Calm, contented, serene
Rancor
intense anger
Reverance
Profound respect, often mixed with fear
Saturnine
Serious,gloomy
Wary
Cautious,suspicious,on guard
Maraud
to roam or go around in quest of plunder
Sanctimonious
making a hypocritical show of religious devotion
Curry
to cook or flavor food with curry powder or combo of spices
Furor
general outburst of enthusiasm
Swarthy
Dark
Inviolate
undisturbed, untouched
Defile
to make foul,dirty,or unclean;pollute;taint
Fathom
to penetrate the truth of, comprehend,understood
Compunction
feeling of anxiety of the conscience caused by regret for doing wrong or causing pain
Benchmark
a reference point or level used as a standard of measurement for other things
Caveat
a warning
Certify
to confirm or atleast to in an official way
Embargo
an official prohibition or restriction of foreign trade by one or more nations against one or more other nations
Entrepreneur
someone who is willing to take a financial risk in order to start and build a business on his or her own; a promoter
Fiscal
pertaining to financial matters or the economy, especially with respect to business or government
Indemnify
protect someone against the possibility of legal action, compensate someone for harm or loss
Synergy
an interaction of two or more people or things whose combined effect is greater than the sum of the individual parts
Usurious
relating to the practice of charging extremely high or unlawful interest on loaned money
Windfall
sudden profit or good fortune
Audacity
Boldness or daring, especially with confident or arrogant disreguard for person safety
Audacity
Boldness or daring, especially with confident or arrogant disreguard for person safety
Befuddled
to confuse, perplex
Befuddled
to confuse, perplex
candid
frank, outspoken,open and sincere
candid
frank, outspoken,open and sincere
credulous
willing to believe or trust too readily
credulous
willing to believe or trust too readily
entralling
to hold spellbound, captivate
entralling
to hold spellbound, captivate
gratis
without charge or payment free
gratis
without charge or payment free
implacable
not to be appeased, mollified, or pacified, in exorable
implacable
not to be appeased, mollified, or pacified, in exorable
incipient
beginning to exist or appear, in an initial stage
incipient
beginning to exist or appear, in an initial stage
indignation
strong displeasure at something considered unjust
indignation
strong displeasure at something considered unjust
laconic
using few words, expressing much in a few words, consise
laconic
using few words, expressing much in a few words, consise
Blase
unimpressed or bored because of exposure
caveat
a warning
mercurial
changeable
petty
of little or no importance or consequence
philanderer
man who likes many women
pompous
characterized by display of dignity or importance
reproach
to find fault with
seethe
to surge or foam as boiling
stolid
not easily stirred or moved mentally
summon
to call upon to do something specified
trepidation
tremulous fear, alarm, or agitation
wilt
to become limp and drooping