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Effusive
Gushing; emotionally demostrative
Exude
To give off; secrete; radiate
Mawkish
Sickly sentimental
Harbinger
Forerunner
Ruminate
To think; ponder; consider
Agrarian
Rural; agricultural, relating to farmers
Apogee
Highest of most exalted point
Callow
Inexperienced; untried; immature
Antithesis
exact/direct opposite, variance, opposition
Amenities
Social niceties and courtesies; agreeableness; things that make life more confortable.
Codicil
An addition, supplement, or modification (usually for a will).
Querulous
Peevish; irritable, fretful, whining; constantly complaining
Fecundity
Fertility; ability to reproduce; fruitfulness.
Accolade
A salutation; an award.
Probity
Honesty; integrity
Equable
Evenly disposed in temperament; steady; tranquil; serene
Modicum
Small amount
Colloquy
A talking together, conversation, or conference.
Funereal
Morbid; gloomy; sad.
Subterfuge
A ruse; deception; evasion trick.
Stuporous
Lethargic; dazed; stunned or confused and slow to react.
Copious
Abundant; plentiful; large in quantity or number.
Dilatory
delaying; slow; procrastinating
Succinct
Brfied; short; to the point; concise
Chary
Cautious; hesistant; wary; careful; watchful; suspecting
Sunder
To separate, spilt, or part.
Myriad
N. an indefinitely great number of persons or things.
A. of an indefinitely great number; innumerable.
Facade
Face or front of a building, or of anything; superficial appearance or illusion.
Hoary
White or gray with age; ancient.
Assuage
To soothe; lessen; ease; relieve; soften.
Conjecture
V. To surmise or guess; to predict.
N. a guess
Comity
Courtesty; politeness; civility; kindness; respect.
Tumid
Swollen; enlarged; distended; bloated.
Verisimilitude
Appearance of truth, likelihood, probability; the quality or state of appearing to be true.
Cache
V. to hide or stow away goods in a cache.
N. A hiding place for goods (ammunition, food, treasures).
Conjecture
V. To surmise or guess; to predict.
N. a guess
Conjecture
V. To surmise or guess; to predict.
N. a guess
Comity
Courtesty; politeness; civility; kindness; respect.
Comity
Courtesty; politeness; civility; kindness; respect.
Tumid
Swollen; enlarged; distended; bloated.
Tumid
Swollen; enlarged; distended; bloated.
Verisimilitude
Appearance of truth, likelihood, probability; the quality or state of appearing to be true.
Verisimilitude
Appearance of truth, likelihood, probability; the quality or state of appearing to be true.
Cache
V. to hide or stow away goods in a cache.
N. A hiding place for goods (ammunition, food, treasures).
Cache
V. to hide or stow away goods in a cache.
N. A hiding place for goods (ammunition, food, treasures).