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antipathy
a strong dislike
idiosyncrasy
a personal habit
imminent
about to happen
impede
to hinder
jurisdiction
control
precarious
dangerous
austere
simple
esoteric
difficult to understand
facsimile
an acurate copy
metamorphosis
transformation
perfuntory
with little care or interest
provacitive
attention getting
travesty
a joking immitation
connoisseur
an expert in fine art
conspiracy
an idea
contrite
sorry
distraught
very troubled
germane
related
lucid
clearly expressed
plight
situation marked by dificulty
superficially
slightly
verbose
wordly
adept
highly skilled
stint
a period of work or service
presumptuous
too bold
eradicate
to wipe out
stringent
strictly controlled
standordize
to make uniform
encompass
to include
homogeneous
the same through out
sordid
indecent
rancor
intense
innocuous
harmless
repugnant
offensive
masochist
satifaction from pain
flamboyant
very showy
foible
a minor weakness or character flaw
recrimination
countercharge
exhort
to urge with argument
magnanimous
noble in mind and spirit
chide
to scold mildly
noxious
harmful to life
coalition
a union of indiviuals
dilapidated
broken down
yen
a longing
integral
essential
diabolic
very cruel
connotation
a secondary meaning suggested by a word
commensurate
corresponding in degree, number, size
exacerbate
to aggravate
mitigate
to relieve
atrophy
to wear down
deplore
to ignore
deprivation
lack of something
imperative
necessary
panacea
something supposed to cure all diseases
utilitarian
practical
unprecedented
unheard of
exhileration
carefulness
extricate
to free
tenuous
weak
decorum
proper conduct
rejuvenate
to give new life to
espouse
to support
facilitate
to make easier to do
exorbitant
excessive
demeanor
conduct
indolent
lazy
unassuming
modest
dissipate
to thin out
nonchalant
calm
assimilate
to blend into
unilateral
one sided
inherent
natural
denunciation
a strong expression of dissaproval