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plastic
not rigid
steep
soak completely
flag
sag or droop
beatify
bless
nice
exacting
brook
tolerate n
denigrate
belittle
regale
entertain
succor
assistance
pillory
punish
chary
cautious
redoubtable
awe-inspiring, worthy of honor
relegate
to forcibly assign, especially to a lower place or position
renege
to fail to honor a commitment, go back on a promise
remonstrate
to protest, object
inimitable
one of a kind, peerless
iniquity
wickedness, gross injustice
insouciant
unconcerned, carefree, nonchalant
intimate
to imply, suggest, or insinuate
intractable
not easily managed or directed, stubborn, obstinate
baleful
sinister, pernicious, ominous
cogent
appealing forcibly to the mind or reason; convincing
demur
to question or oppose
essay
to test or try; attempt, experiment, or noun, the attempt itself
harrow
to distress, create stress or torment
turgid
a. swollen ; (of language) bombastic, pompous.
synonym(s): swollen ; bombastic ; rhetorical ; pompous
truculent
a. related to bellicose temper.
synonym(s): aggressive ; bellicose ; belligerent ; defiant.
scurrilous
a. making scandalous claims ; humorously insulting.
synonym(s): obscene ; indecent.
antonym(s): decent.
traducev.
v. slander ; misrepresent.
synonym(s): defame ; slander.
antonym(s): eulogize ; extol ; praise.
turbid
a. not clear or lucid.
synonym(s): cloudy ; muddy ; unclear.
antonym(s): clear ; lucid.
trenchant
a. incisive ; sharp ; strong and effective.
synonym(s): incisive ; keen ; sharp ; decisive.
torpor
1. sluggish inactivity or inertia.
2. lethargic indifference; apathy.