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jur
to swear
perspicacious
keen
perfidious
willing to betray
vitiate
corrupt, make worse
mawkish
sickeningly sentimental
jejune
immature, sophomoric
where to start with math answers if need to try them
middle
opprobrium
public disgrace

After the scheme to embezzle the elderly was made public, the treasurer resigned in utter OPPROBRIUM.
impecunious
indigent poor
encomium
praise
intractable
unmanageable
intransigent
unyielding
implacable
unable to calm down
recalcitrant
stubborn
refractory
obstinate
cad
fall
stoic
expressionless, impassive
panegyric
formal or elasborate praise in writing or oration

opposite defamatory essay
adulterate
make impure
capricious
changing one's mind often
dessicate
dry
gullible
easily deceived
laudable
praiseworthy
pragmatic
practical as opposed to idealistic
volatile
changeable, lively, explosive
corroborate
provide supporting evidence
easement
provides comfort
impasse
deadlock
prosaic
ordinary
pragmatic
sensible