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loquacious
extremely talkative (noun: loquacity)
adjective
luminous
characterized by brightness and the emission of light
adjective
malevolent
having or showing often vicious will will, spite, or hatred
adjective
malleable
capable of being shaped or formed; tractable; pliable
noun
mendacity
the condition of being untruthful; dishonesty
noun
meticulous
characterized by extreme care and precision; attentive to detail
adjective
misanthrope
one who hates all other humans (adj: misanthropic)
noun
mitigate
to make or become less severe or intense; to moderate
verb
obdurate
unyielding, hardhearted; intractable
adjective
obsequious
exhibiting a fawning attentiveness
adjective
occlude
to obstruct or block
verb
opprobrium
disgrace; contempt; scorn
noun
pedagogy
the profession or principles of teaching or instructing
noun
pedantic
overly concered with the trival details of learning or education; show-offish about one's knowledge
adjective
penury
poverty; destitution
noun
pervasive
having the tendency to permeate or spread throughout
adjective
pine
to yearn intensely; to languish; to lose vigor
verb
pirate
to illegally use or reproduce
verb
placate
to appease; to calm by making concessions
verb
platitude
a superficial remark, esp. one offered as meaningful
noun
plummet
to plunge or drop straight down
verb
polemical
controversial; argumentative
adjective
prodigal
recklessly wasteful; extravagant; profuse; lavish
adjective
profuse
given or coming forth abundantly; extravagant
adjective
proliferate
to grow or increase swiftly and abundantly
verb
queries
questions; inquiries; doubts in the mind; reservations
noun
querulous
prone to complaning or grumbling; peevish
adjective
rancorous
characterized by bitter, log-lasting resentment
adjective
recalcitrant
obstinately defiant of authority; difficult to manage
adjective
repudiate
to refuse to have anything to do with; disown
verb