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Ad infinitum
endlessly
apportion
to divide and give out in shares
bona fide
genuine, sincere
buoyant
able to float easily, able to hold things up, cheerful, hopeful
clique
a small, exclusive group of people
concede
to admit as true, to yeild, submit
congenial
getting on well with others, agreeable, pleasant
lofty
very high and noble
migration
movement from one country or region to another
perceive
to be aware of through the sense,to grasp mentally
perverse
inclined to go against what is expected
prelude
an introduction
rancid
stale or spoiled
rustic
countrylinke, simple, plain
sever
to seperate, divide into parts
sordid
wretchedly poor, run-down
untendable
not capable of being held or defended
versatile
able to do many things well
vindicate
to clear from hints or charge of wrongdoing
wane
to lose size, strength, or power
Ad infinitum
endlessly
apportion
to divide and give out in shares
bona fide
genuine, sincere
buoyant
able to float easily, able to hold things up, cheerful, hopeful
clique
a small, exclusive group of people
concede
to admit as true, to yeild, submit
congenial
getting on well with others, agreeable, pleasant
lofty
very high and noble
migration
movement from one country or region to another
perceive
to be aware of through the sense,to grasp mentally
perverse
inclined to go against what is expected
prelude
an intoduction
rancid
stale or spoiled
rustic
countrylinke, simple, plain
sever
to seperate, divide into parts