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garrulous

a
pointlessly talkative, talking too much
glib

a
marked by ease or informality; nonchalant; lacking in depth; superficial
hubris

n
overbearing presumption or pride; arrogance
imminent

a
about to happen; impending
immutable

a
not capable of change
impetuous

a
hastily or rashly energetic; impulsive vehement
indifferent

a
having no interest or concern; showing no bias or prejudice
inimical

a
damagin; harmful; injurious
intractable

a
not easily managed or directed; stubborn; obstinate
intrepid

a
steadfast and courageous
laconic

a
using few words; terse
maverick

n
an independent individual who does not go along with a group or party
mercurial

a
characterized by rapid and unpredictable change in mood
mollify

v
to calm or soothe; to reduce in emotional intensity
neophyte

n
a recent convert, a beginner, novice
obfuscate

v
deliberately obscure; to make confusing
obstinate

a
stubborn; hardheaded; uncompromising
ostentatious

a
characterized by or giving to pretentious display, showy
pervade

v
to permeate throughout
(adjective form: pervasive)
phlegmatic

a
calm; sluggish; unemotional
plethora

n
an overbundance; a surplus
pragmatic

a
practical rather than idealistic
presumptuous

a
overstepping due bounds (as a popriety or courtesy); taking liberties