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Beguile
5
V deceive, mislead, fool, trick
Belie
5
V to show something to be false, contradict
Benevolent
5
Adj kind and helpful, charitable
Bequeath

5
V to pass down, to hand down

Ex: will
Bleak

5
Adj bare, stark, cold, empty, not welcoming

Ex: Antarctica
Brevity

5
N short, briefness, using few words or lasting short time
Cacophonous

5
Adj unpleasant, harsh sounding
Cajole

5
V to persuade, beg, plead, convince
Candor

5
N the quality of being truthful or honest, frankness
Censure

5
V to criticize
N strong disapproval
Charlatan

6
N someone who pretends to have skills, phony, fraud, a quack
Circumlocution

6
N talking in circles, indirect way of saying something
Coalesce

6
V to mix, blend, to grow together
Colloquial

6
Adj conversational, informal conversation speech

Ex: slang
Complacency

6
N false sense of security, comfortable, naïve  failure to see

“to show complacency”
Concede

6
V to give over, to acknowledge as true
Conflagration

6
N a very intense, uncontrolled fire
Confluence

6
N place where things flow together, (rivers)
Confound

6
V to be confused, to cause to be unable to think

“huh?”
Compliance

6
N FORMAL when people obey an order, rule or request, MAINLY DISAPPROVING the tendency to be too willing to do what other people want you to do