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Adieu
Goodbye
Adjacent
Next to something
Averse
Not inclined towards something
Biped
Two legged organism
Burly
Husky, Stout; Typically for men
Cachet
To have a certain amount of respect for an accomplishment; superior status
Censure
Formal statement of disapproval; strong or vehement expression of disapproval
Chic
To be stylish
Dermatology
Science of dealing with skin
Dolorous
To be sorrowful; distressed
Elocution
The skil of clear distinct langauge; a person's manner of speaking or reading aloud in public
Expurgate
To remove unsuitable manner; to censor
Forte
A skill at which you excel
Foyer
An entry way; a lobby
Grotto
A small cave usually
Insatiable
Impossible to satisfy
Jocular
Given to, characterized by, intended for, or suited to joking or jesting; waggish; facetious
Levity
To treat something serious in a humorous way; not intentionally bad
Maudlin
Tearfully or weakly emotional; foolishly sentimental
Paltry
Ridiculously or insultingly small, utterly worthless
Raconteur
A person who tells stories in a very skillfully way
Rogue
A dishonest, knavish person; scoundrel; unpredictable
Sublime
Something of great beauty, unparalled; elevated or lofty in thought, language
Toupee
Small hair piece
Wane
To decrease in strength, to become weaker, losing force