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concede
to acknowledge as true or real, often unwillingy. to give;yeild;grant
egress
a path or means of going out;an exit
gradation
a degree or stage in a series of gradual changes.
gradient
the degree to which something inclines;slope
secession
the act of with drawing formally from membership in an organization, association, or union
transgress
to go beyond or over(a limit or boundary)
unprecedented
not having occurred before; without predent; novel
analogous
similar in certain qualities
antithesis
direct contrast or opsition
disparitey
Differne in inequality in age, renk, or degree
nuance
A slight differance in meaning, color, or tone
Tantamount
Equivalent in significance
apathy
lack of feeling, emotion, or interest
assent
acceptance of a peoposal or statement; to agree
presentiment
a sense of something about to occur; foreboding
sententious
inclined to give advice self-righteously; breif and pointed in meaning
banter
good-humored, palyful conversation
droll
amusingly odd or comical
facetious
playfully humorous; jesting
flippant
rudely witty
mirth
gaiety or merriment;gladness or lightheartedness
witticism
a clever remark
culpable
responsible for wrong or error;blameworthy
exonerate
to free fom a charge; declare blameless
extort
to obtain by threats or other coercive meant;exact
incorrigible
incapable of being corrected or reformed