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abberant
Deviating from normal or correct
ambrosial
extremely pleasing to the senses, divine (as related to the gods) or delicious
antediluvian
ancient; outmoded; (literally,before the flood)
aver
to declare
barefaced
unconcealed, shameless, or brazen
blandishment
speech or action intended to coax someone into doing something
burgeon
to grow or flourish; a bud or new growth
buttress
to support. a support
cadge
to get something by taking advantage of someone
caprice
impulse
complaisant
willingly compliant or accepting of the status quo (n: complaisance)
conflagration
a great fire
corporeal
of or having to do with material, as opposed to spiritual; tangible. (In older writings, coeporeal could be a synonym for corporal. This usage is no longer common)
corporal
of the body: "corporal punishment." a non-commissioned officer ranked between a sergeant and a private.
craven
cowardly; a coward
dearth
lack, scarcity
deprecation
belittlement