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Vacuous
Empty
Facetious
Humorous
Loquacious
Very talkative
Erroneous
Mistake
Deleterious
Injurious
Exacerbate
To increase the severity, violence, or bitterness of
Enervate
To remove a nerve a part of a nerve
Agitate
To cause to move with violence or sudden force
Genre
A realistic style of painting that depicts scenes from everyday life
Bête noir
Somebody or something you particularly dislike
Lucid
Clear
Ambiguous
Having more than one possible meaning or interpretation
Ostracize
To banish
Scrutinize
To examine somebody or something closely and carefully
Stigmatize
To label somebody
Lucid
Clear
Ambiguous
Having more than one possible meaning or interpretation
Ostracize
To banish
Scrutinize
To examine somebody or something closely and carefully
Stigmatize
To label somebody
Exasperate
To make somebody very angry
Imply
To make something understood without expressing it directly
Infer
To conclude something on the basis or evidence or reasoning
Macabre
Including gruesome and horrific details of death and decay
Tacit
Understood
Exasperate
To make somebody very angry
Imply
To make something understood without expressing it directly
Infer
To conclude something on the basis or evidence or reasoning
Macabre
Including gruesome and horrific details of death and decay
Tacit
Understood
Affronted
An open insult
Abrupt
Sudden
Sardonic
Ironically mocking
Pondered
To think about something carefully over a period of time
Evident
Easy or clear to see or understand
Malaise
A general feeling of illness
Tinged
A slight amount of a color added to something
Apprehenion
A feeling of anxiety of fear the something bad or unpleasant will happen
Hazard
Something that is potentially very dangerous
Miasma
A harmful poison
Percieved
To notice something
Dispel
To rid of somebody's mind of a particular thought
Impassive
Showing no emotion
Demeanor
Somebody's behavior, manner, or appearance
Composed
Not agitated