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percpti
notice; perceive
expound
to make clear; explain or interpret.
satia
satisfy
repertoire
the list of plays, operas, parts, or pieces that a company, an
actor, a musician, or a singer is prepared to perform.
Insatiable
incapable of be satiated (satisfied); always wanting more; unsatisfiable
acrimonious
sarcastic; bitter; nasty
dispensa
do without; dispencse with
mystify
to bewilder purposely; perplex; puzzle
practica
put into practice; accomplish
Implacable
unable to be placated (make peaceful); unappeasable; unrelenting; unforgiving
tenable
capable of being held, maintained or, defended.
passé
past its usefulness; out-of-date.
Perceptible
able to be perceived
Vanquish
Subdue by superior force; conquer; defeat; overcome.
combusti
burn
Belligerent
1. (adj.) fond of fighting; warlike; quarrelsome; pugnatious.
2. (n.) Nation engaged in a war; person involved in a fight; warrior
tena
hold; defend
conscientious
1. always trying to do what is right; controlled by conscience (a sence of right and wrong that governs behavior); honest; scrupulous
2. Careful; painstaking; meticulos.
exhausti
use up
Unscrupulous
Having no concern for what is morally right or porper; unconscionable.
peturba
disturb; excite
ramshackle
loose or rickety; about to fall apart
reprehensi
blame
gait
pace, walk
intelligi
understand
placid
calmly; quietly
taciturn
almost always silent.
Imperturbable
incabable of being pertubered (agitated or disturbed); not easily excited; calm; cool
Strife
Bitter Conflict
assuanged
to lessen or to calm
Impartial
not favoring one side more that the other; free of bias (prejudice); not partial
Biased
favoring one side to much; partial; prejudiced
nebulous
lacking form; hazy; vague; indistinct; confused.
curt
short and rude; abrupt
astute
shrewd;clever;crafty
auspicious
with signs of success; favorable
melancholy
low spirits; sadness; tendency to be sad
quell
To quell is to overwhelm something until it is powerless.
deportment, noun. the way a person acts; behavior; conduct.
feeble, adjective,1. lacking strength; weak; frail.
spurious
Something that is spurious outwardly resembles something but does not have the genuine qualities of that thing