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Laudable
Commendable
Insiduous
Dangerous, Enticing, May Appear Safe
Turbulent
Causing Unrest
Robust
Having Vigorous Health
Turgid
Embellished in Journalistic Style
Lavish
Bestowing Profusely
Perturbed
Agitated
Euphemism
A substitution of an agreeable statement for an offensive one
Inevitable
Incapable of being avoided or evaded
Incredulous
unwilling to admit or accept what is offered as true.
Bustle
to move briskly and often
Elusive
Hard toi capture
Desolate
devoid of inhabitants and visitors
Crimson
Cheerful, friendly
Genially
favorable to growth or comfort
Veranda
A long open roofed porch
Coupe
2 seated automobile
Abyss
intellectual or moral depth, depression
Relentless
Persistent, unyielding
Vigil
Survelience
Elude
Evade; escape
Intermittent
comming or going at intervals; not continous
Tattoo
Beat or rap rhytmically
Incessantly
Continuing withought interuption, ceaseless
Humidor
A container or storage for cigars or other tobacco to keep it moist
Incoherent
Wihtout logical or meaningful connection, rambling
Ashen
Extremly pale, drained of color, palid
Fortuitously
happening or produced by chance
Laden
To load oppressivly, burden
Morbid
Unhealthy mental state or attitude, gloomy
Vibrant
Pulsating with vigor and energy
Melancholy
a gloomy state or mind, depression
Grail
Greatly desired or sought after objective, reward, ultimate idea
Pasquinade
asatire or lampoon especially posted in public
Defiance
A daring or bold resistence to authority
Sneer
To smile/laugh or contort the face to show scorn of contempt
Complacent
Pleased with one's advantage or situation
Keen
Eager, interested. Enthusiastic
Compelled
Pleased with one's advantages or sitations
Obscurity
The condition of being unknown
Recede
to go or move away; retreat, withdraw
Vast
Very great area or extreme; immense