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to promote trouble or rebellion, instigate, incite, stir up
foment
frightful, horrible, ghastly, gruesome, gory, hideous
grisly
mighty, powerful, arduous, onerous,, colossal
herculean
emotionless, stoical, unemotional, insensible, inanimale
impassive
unfavorable, unlucky, unpropitious, unpromising, untimely
inauspicious
unquestionable, incontestable, undisputable, indubitable
incontrovertible
puzzled, perplexed, baffled, stumped, flabbergasted
nonplussed
sutable or convenient, timely, appropriate, felicitous
oppertune
abundant, profuse, fruitful, fecund, proliferous
prolific
a reply to a reply, answer, reply, response, riposte, retort
rejoinder
firm in purpose or opinion, unyeilding, implacable, inflexable
adament
furor, hullabaloo, tumult, pandemonium
brouhaha
stronghold, citadel, bastion, rampart
bulwark
stimulate, whet, spoil, glut, satiate, surfeit
cloy
cut short, limit, abbreviate, abridge, contract
curtail
respect, consideration, courtsey
deference
conclusive, final, exhaustive, authoritative
definitive
conduct, behavior, bearing, carriage
demeanor
puzzling, perplexing, inexplicable, naffling, mysterious
enigmatic
spontaneous, improvised, unrehearsed
impromptu
sentimentalized, maudlin, mushy, nauseating
mawkish
to soften, make gentle, pacify, to calm, allay, assuage, placate
mollify
something that is heavy or burdensome, a stigma, blame, duty, stigma
onus
foreboading, premonition, hunch, a vauge sence of approaching misfortune
presentiment
prodigal, improvident, spendthrift, immoral, self-indulgening
prolifigate
irascible, testy, splenetic, bilious
choleric
pay, absolve, subside, abate
remit
required, obligatory, incumbant
requisite
of or pertaining to a talor or his work
sartorial
foil, baffle, oppose sucessfully, prevent, frustrate
thwart
scold, chide, rebuke, reprove, reprimand
berate
willing to follow advice, tractable, submissive, responsive, agreeable, compliant, docile
amenable
butchery, bloodbath, massacre
carnage
gullible, easily decieved, too ready to believe
credulous
a rule, test, standard for judgement ot evaluation, yardstick, touchstone, gauge, canon
criterion
exhaust, empty, drain, bankrupt, diminish
deplete
elaborate, enlarge, descant, wander, roam
expatiate
incidental, extrinsic, foregin, irrelevant
extraneous
the beginning, start, commencement, inauguration, outset
inception
weakness, aliment, affliction, malady, defect
infirmity
vapid, insipid, puerile, childish
jejune
stuborn, unyeilding, obstinate, adamant
obdurate
hodgepodge, melange, farrago, medly
potpourri
foward, gifted, advanced
precocious
brutal,vicious, inhumane, fiendish
sadistic
aphoristic, epigrammatic. moralistic, pithy
sententious
plead, petition, implore, entreat
supplicate
excess, glut, satiate, cloy
surfeit
circuitous, serpentine, labyrinthine, twisted, complex
tortuous
inflated, pompous, bombastic, overblown
turgid
scold, chide, rebuke, reprove, reprimand
berate
willing to follow advice, tractable, submissive, responsive, agreeable, compliant, docile
amenable
butchery, bloodbath, massacre
carnage
gullible, easily decieved, too ready to believe
credulous
a rule, test, standard for judgement ot evaluation, yardstick, touchstone, gauge, canon
criterion
exhaust, empty, drain, bankrupt, diminish
deplete
elaborate, enlarge, descant, wander, roam
expatiate
incidental, extrinsic, foregin, irrelevant
extraneous
the beginning, start, commencement, inauguration, outset
inception
weakness, aliment, affliction, malady, defect
infirmity
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