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vacuous
empty, marked by lack of ideas
provocation
stimulation, excitement
ineptly
lacking infitness or skill, inappropriate
dissension
disagreement; witholding of assent
malevolence
show of malice, spite, sometimes eevil
subterfuge
deception, saving face
punctilious
precise detail
elongating
long, lengthy
satire
humor, menat to poke fun, either gently or "black" humor in a bitter tone
mereticious
pertaining to a prostitute, gawdy; false show; deceitfully ornamental
insidious
harmful by enticing, awaiting a chance to entrap
infinity
without end
finite
opposite of infinity
dilatory
tending to procrastinate, taking a long time
incarnation
the embodiment of a deity or spirit in some earthly form
libertine
dissolute, without morals
grail
the cup or platter used according to medieval legend by Christ at the Last Supper and thereafter the object of knightly quests; the object of an extended or difficult quest
bizarre
strinkingly out of condition; extremely inappropriate
poignant
painfully touching, involving feelings, sad yet beautiful
distraught
agitated with doubt or mental conflict
nebulous
indistinct, vague
sporadic
occurring occasionally or in scattered instances
vitality
physical or mental vigor
innumerable
too many to be numbered; seemingly countless
orgiastic
usually refers to an emotional orgy of some kind