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able to float; able to bounce back after a reverse or setback
buoyant
glowing with intense heat; very bright
incandescent
not harmful; gentle; good natured
benign
able to float; able to bounce back after a reverse or setback
buoyant
glowing with intense heat; very bright
incandescent
not harmful; gentle
benign
dark; gloomy; misty; hard to understand
murky
unceasing; never stopping
incessant
giving vigor to; enlivening; filling with energy
invigorating
not letting light through; not transparent
opaque
tyrannical; hard to take;
oppresive
filled with life; lively
animated
in aggrement; harmonious
congruent
acted upon rather than acting; yielding without resistance
passive
a substance used for grinding
abrasive
to bring together; to bring into harmony;
reconcile
to be a sign of; to indicate
denote
gloomy and sad
somber
an action, person, or thing that impedes
hindrance
violently agitated;
turbulent
not capable of being made smaller or simpler
ireeducible
last or final; basic; maximum
ultimate
to make something unavoidable
necessitated
not literally true
figurative
marked by special effort; dedicated
intensive
a fugyre if speech that contains an implied comparison
metaphors
an old saying; a proverb
adage
power; strength; force
potnecy
genuine; reliable; true to its type
authenticity
a figure of speech that compares two unlike things
similie
a rythmetic flow or pattern
cadence
an indirect reference; a passing mention
allusion
a misleading or false idea; mistaken reasoning
fallacies
skillful public speaking
oratory
an enthusiastic and prolonged applause
ovation
a copy; a reproduction
replica
a further performance given on demand
encore
the rising and galling pitch of the voice
intonation
a raised platform for public speaking
restrum
the stock of goods or merchandise on hand
inventory
a speech a character makes to himself herself onstage that reveals his or her thoughts to the audience
soliloquy
a three-legged stand for a camere;
tripod
frank, straightforward;
ingenous
unable to be heard
inaudible
of first importance;
dominant
one who imitates another
mimic
good judgement; wise caution
discretion
very excited or confusing
hectic
an unlimited view in all directions
rama
capable of thinking of ways to do things
resourceful
adhering to accepted beliefs, especially in religion
orthodox
in name only; small
nominal
very genourous in giving or spending
lavish
despicable; hateful; low
contempible
not sharp-edged or pinted
obtuse
perfectly-in theroy
ideally
lasting a long time
chronic
impossible to understand
inconprehensible
disrespectful; rude and impolite
impertiment
soothing; mild; dull
bland
expecting things to turn out badly
mistic
harmful; mean
malicious
hardworking; painstaking
diligent
tasteless cheap and showy
gaudy
fool of playful good humor
jovial
a person who is outgoing and interested in others
extroverts
to feel hatred or discusts for
abhor
an allotment
quota
compatibility
intimate
a person easily tricked or desieved
dupe
a powerful business person
tycoon
a person who believes people only act from selfish motives
cynic
characterizing ones deepest nature
congeneality