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Expatiate
to speak or talk at length
facetious
Joking, (often inappropriately
facile
a)done or achieved with little ffort
b)expressing yourself easily, fluently, efefctively
excoriation
severe cesure
feint
trick, A feigned attack designed to draw defensive action away from an intended target.
Expurgate
clean; remove offensive parts of a book, edit
expiate
make ammends for (a sin)
fatuous
foolish, inane
expedient
suitable, practical, not necessarily a principled or ethical one

serving to promte your interest
feckless
1.Lacking purpose or vitality; feeble or ineffective.
2.Careless and irresponsible
extirpate
1.To pull up by the roots.
2.To destroy totally; exterminate.
3.To remove by surgery.
expostulate
To reason earnestly with someone in an effort to dissuade or correct; remonstrate
extort
obtain by coercion ot intimidation (extortion)
excoriate
1. To censure strongly
2. To tear or wear off the skin, abrade , chafe
extralegal
Not permitted or governed by law
felicitous
apt, suitably expressed, well chosen