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munificent
assist
avaricious
greedy
penurious
greedy
venal
greedy
stoic
indifferent
propitiate
satisfy, lessen
torpor
lethargic
phlegmatic
lethargic
abeyance
withdraw/retreat
abjure
withdraw/retreat
abnegation
withdraw/retreat
abrogate
withdraw/retreat
decamp
withdraw/retreat
recant
withdraw/retreat
recidivism
withdraw/retreat
renege
withdraw/retreat
rescind
withdraw/retreat
indubitable
truth
probity
truth
verity
truth
acerbic
biting
caustic
biting
mordacious
biting
rancorous
biting
stultify
weaken
rarefy
weaken
baleful
harmful
baneful
harmful
inimical
harmful
injurious
harmful
minatory
harmful
pernicious
harmful
timorous
timid
pusillanimous
timid
diffident
timid
craven
timid
implacable
stubborn
intractable
stubborn
intransigent
stubborn
obdurate
stubborn
obstinant
stubborn
pertinacoius
stubborn
recalcitrant
stubborn
untoward
stubborn
callow
beginning/young
inchoate
beginning/young
churlish
hostile
irascible
hostile
compendious
terse
laconic
terse
taciturn
terse
credulous
inexperienced
abet
assist
solipsism
a theory holding that the self can know nothing but its own modifications and that the self is the only existent thing
abstruse
difficult to understand
arcane
difficult to understand
enigmatic
difficult to understand
esoteric
difficult to understand
inscrutable
difficult to understand
obscure
difficult to understand
opaque
difficult to understand
rarefied
difficult to understand
turbid
difficult to understand
bachanalian
debauchery
carousal
debauchery
depraved
debauchery
iniquity
debauchery
libertine
debauchery
libidinous
debauchery
licentuous
debauchery
reprobate
debauchery
ribald
debauchery
ribald
debauchery
salacious
debauchery
sordid
debauchery
lascivious
debauchery
astute
smart/learned
canny
smart/learned
erudite
smart/learned
perspicacious
smart/learned
aspersion
criticize
calumny
criticize
castigate
criticize
decry
criticize
excoriate
criticize
gainsay
criticize
impugn
criticize
inveigh
criticize
lambaste
criticize
obloquy
criticize
opprobrium
criticize
rebuke
criticize
remonstrate
criticize
reprehend
criticize
revile
criticize
vituperate
criticize
fulminate
criticize

loudly attack, explode
accolade
praise
aggrandize
praise
extol
praise
eulogize
praise
venerate
praise
indigent
poor
impecunious
poor
penury
poor
vitiate
weaken, impair, to debase
stalwart
strong unwavering (as in support, assisting)
insiduous
harmful, gradually adding up, as in a disease
obviate
to anticipate and prevent (as a situation) or make unnecessary (as an action)
encomium
praise


glowing and warmly enthusiastic praise;
espouse
assist

to take up and support as a cause : become attached to
pillory
criticize

a device formerly used for publicly punishing offenders consisting of a wooden frame with holes in which the head and hands can be locked
refractory
stubborn


: resisting control or authority : STUBBORN, UNMANAGEABLE
2 a : resistant to treatment or cure <a refractory lesion
esurient
poor

HUNGRY, GREEDY
fealty
truth

1 a : the fidelity of a vassal or feudal tenant to his lord b : the obligation of such fidelity
2 : intense fidelity
countenance
assist

2 a : calm expression b : mental composure

5 : bearing or expression that offers approval or sanction : moral support
dissipated
debauchery

squandered

1 : to break up and scatter or vanish
2 : to be extravagant or dissolute in the pursuit of pleasure; especially : to drink to excess
turpitude
debauchery

inherent baseness : DEPRAVITY <moral turpitude>;
reprobate
debauchery

foreordained to damnation b : morally corrupt : DEPRAVED
3 : expressing or involving reprobation


to condemn strongly as unworthy, unacceptable, or evil <reprobating the laxity of the age>
renitent
stubborn

: resisting physical pressure
mainstay
assist

1 : a ship's stay extending from the maintop forward usually to the foot of the foremast
2 : a chief support
incipient
beginning/young

beginning to come into being or to become apparent <an incipient solar system> <evidence of incipient racial tension>
inexorable
stubborn

not to be persuaded or moved by entreaty
truculent
hostile

1 : feeling or displaying ferocity : CRUEL, SAVAGE
2 : DEADLY, DESTRUCTIVE
3 : scathingly harsh : VITRIOLIC
perfidious
harmful

1 : feeling or displaying ferocity : CRUEL, SAVAGE
2 : DEADLY, DESTRUCTIVE
3 : scathingly harsh : VITRIOLIC
asperity
biting