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Indifferent
not caring one way or the other, lacking preference, neutral
apathy
lack of emotion or interest
obscure
unclear; clouded; partially hidden
ambiguous
having more than one meaning; vague
impartial
unbiased; neutral
objective
without bias (as uposed to subjective
revere
to worship; to honor
discriminate
to differentiate; to make a clear distinction; to see the difference
denounce
to speak against; to condemn
innovate
to be creativel to introduce something new
subtle
not obvious; difficult to spot
stagnant
not moving
candid
honest; frank
discern
to distinguish one thing from another
hypocritical
insincere
disdain
contempt; intense dislike
abstract
theoretical; lacjing substance
valid
founded on fact or evidence
inevitable
unavoidable; bound to happen
eccentric
odd; unusual; quirky
provincial
narrow-minded; unsophisticated
inferred
derived by reasoning; implied as a conclusion
diverse
varied
apprehensive
fearful worried
vulnerable
capable of being harmed
benevolent
kind good-hearted
pious
deeply reigious
skeptical
doubting
resignation
acceptance of a situation
illuminate
to light up; make clear
resolution
determination
servile
overly submissive
refute
to disprove
anacrhy
lack of government
virulent
very harmful
miser
one who saves greedily
artivulate
speaking well
discord
disagreement
diligent
hard working
perceptive
having a keen understanding
superficial
on the surface, shallow
contempt
to hold in low regard
lucid
clear; easy to understand
immune
safe from harm; protected
aesthetic
having to do with art or beauty
inclined
thending toward one direction
prodigal
extravagant; wasteful
uniform
constant; without variety
assess
to estimate the value of
censor
one who delets objectionable matter, to delete it
complacent
smug; self satisfied
eloquence
speaking well
virtue
moral excellence
guile
cunning; deceitfulness
biased
not neutral; prejudiced