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alacrity
cheerful willingness, liveliness
aversion
strong dislike, repugnance
involuntary
not done of one's own free will, unintentional
loath
unwilling, reluctant
loathe
detest
volition
will
acclivity
upward slope
acme
highest point, pinnacle
apogee
farthest point from earth in an orbit

highest point
climatic
arranged in order of increasing force and interest
consummate
perfect, superb
eminence
high rank
eminent
standing out, notable, famous
ethereal
of the heavens, ariy, delicate
exalt
lift up with joy, pride

raise in rank, glorify
precipice
very steep, cliff
precipitous
steep as a precipice

hasty, rash
preeminent
standing out, superior
sublimate
redirect energy to morally higher paths

purify, refine
sublime
elevated, noble, uplifting
vertex
farthest point opposite the base
zenith
highest point

point in the heavens directly overhead
abject
sunk to a low condition, wretched
abysmal
deep, immeasurably great
abyss
bottomless, immeasurably deep space
anticlimax
from important to ridiculous
chasm
deep breach, wide gap
declivity
downward slope
dregs
most worthless part

sediment at the bottom of a liquid
earthy
coarse, low
humble
of low position or condition

not proud, modest
humiliate
lower the pride or dignity of
humility
lowliness, modesty
menial
low, mean
nadir
lowest point
plumb
get to the bottom of
profound
very deep, intellectualy deep
ravine
deep, narrow gorge worn by running water
filial
of or like a son or daughter
fraternal
or of like a brother
genealogy
lineage, descent
gentility
good manners

upper class
kith and kin
friends and relatives
maternal
of or like a mother
nepotism
favoritism to relatives by those in power
paternal
of or like a father
progenitor
forefather
progeny
offspring, children
sibling
brother or sister
aroma
pleasant odor
aromatic
sweet-scented
fragrant
having a pleasant odor
fusty
stale-smelling, musty, moldy
incense
substance yielding a pleasant odor when burned
malodorous
stinking
noisome
offensive to smell, disgusting

harmful
olfactory
pertaining to the sense of smell
pungent
sharp in smell or taste, biting
putrid
stinking from decay

extremely bad, corrupt
rancid
umpleasant to smell or taste from being spoiled or stale
rank
having bad odor or taste

extreme
reek
emit a strong, disagreeable smell
scent
smell, perfume
scent (v.)
get a suspicion of
unsavory
umpleasant to taste, smell

morally offensive