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Occult
Not disclosed or divulged
Ordnance
Military materials, stores, or supplies
Romanticism
Movement, 19th century, Nature and Beauty of Earth, Twain
Timorous
Full of or affected by fear
Assiduous
Constant in the application of the business at hand
Decorous
Suitable as in looks
Spurious
Having an illegitimate or irregular origin
Disdain
The feeling entertained towards something unworthy of notice or beneath one's dignity
Brusque
To be rude in manner
Caustic
Burning
Abstruse
Remote from apprehension; difficult, recondite
Cantankerous
Quarrelsome
Benign
Gentle
Pervasive
Penetrative
Surreptitious
Misrepresentation
Haughty
Imposing in nature
Gregarious
Growing in open clusters
Emulate
To strive to equal or rival
Ostentatious
Likely to attract attention
Impetuous
Of physical things or actions
Sentimentalism
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Prophetic
Quality of or regarding to prophecy, prediction
Garrulous
Fond of indulging in chat
Aesthetic
Sensuous
Ambivalent
Contradictory emotions
Amenable
Liable to legal authority
Fabricated
Created as in constructed, made
Camaraderie
Of friendship
Capricious
Whimsical
Convoluted
Twisted as in form
Parody
Harsh, often comical, recreation
Dubious
Objectively doubtful
Corporeal
Physical
Ancillary
Subservient
Noxious
Harmful
Sycophantic
Slanderous
Aphorism
A principle expressed in a few words
Capitulate
To surrender or yield on stipulated terms
Admonition
Warning
Magnanimity
High regard for oneself and equanimity in the face of trouble
Abstemious
A person that indulges in food and drink often
Commodious
Convenient
Oracular
Divinely Authoritative
Ennui
Mental weariness
Esculent
Eatable
Milieu
A social setting
Obdurate
Stubborn
Maxim
A proposition expressing a general rule of law
Abhorrence
The object of abhorrence; what excites repugnance