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TEPID
LUKEWARM; UNENTHUSIASTIC OR LACKING PASSION
EXEMPLIFY
SHOW OR DEMONSTRATE BY EXAMPLE
INIMITABLE
CANNONT BE IMITATED OR MATCHED
PERUSE
TO READ CAREFULLY
DIGRESS
TO STRAY OR GET OFF THE SUBJECT ONE WAS TALKING OR WRITING ABOUT
PROPEL
TO MOVE SOMETHING FORWARD OR AHEAD
PREVAIL
TO SUCCEED OR TRIUMPH
QUOTA
PROPORTION ALLOWED FOR CERTAIN THINGS
droves
refers to a large group, like a crowd
felicity
a word for happiness
qualm
a feeling of uneasiness; being uncomfortable about something
loathe
to dislike strongly or despise
extol
praise highly
clout
influence or power
devotee
a loyal fan or follower
TEPID
LUKEWARM; UNENTHUSIASTIC OR LACKING PASSION
EXEMPLIFY
SHOW OR DEMONSTRATE BY EXAMPLE
INIMITABLE
CANNONT BE IMITATED OR MATCHED
PERUSE
TO READ CAREFULLY
DIGRESS
TO STRAY OR GET OFF THE SUBJECT ONE WAS TALKING OR WRITING ABOUT
PROPEL
TO MOVE SOMETHING FORWARD OR AHEAD
PREVAIL
TO SUCCEED OR TRIUMPH
QUOTA
PROPORTION ALLOWED FOR CERTAIN THINGS
droves
refers to a large group, like a crowd
felicity
a word for happiness
qualm
a feeling of uneasiness; being uncomfortable about something
loathe
to dislike strongly or despise
extol
praise highly
clout
influence or power
devotee
a loyal fan or follower
elude
avoid or escape from something
exhort
encourage or advise
discretion
good judgment
apprehension
worry or anxiety
desolate
empty or lifeless
rigorous
harsh and very difficult
precedent
something that has already happened that may be used as an example for a similar event
hiaus
rest or break
quiver
shake or tremble
adhere
stick fast
paucity
smallness of number
frugal
thrifty or inexpensive
boon
benefit or advantage
autonomy
self-government or independence
convene
to come together
condone
overlook or excuse behavior that may be wrong
solicit
to call upon or seek by request
bellow
roar or shout in a deep voice
facade
front of a building
epigraph
quotation at the beginning of a book that suggests its theme
reminisce
fondly remember something in the past
divulge
reveal or make public
assiduous
very hardworking and attentive to details
luminous
shiny and bright
acumen
expertise or intelligence
elation
being happy or filled with joy
ember
glowing piece of coal or wood
optimism
belief in good things happening; positive thinking
remuneration
payment
capricious
impulsive; unpredictable