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Flagrant
(Adj.) noticeably bad, conspicuously offensive
Furtive
(Adj.) Sneaky and secretive; characterized by stealth
Latent
(Adj.) Present or capable of coming into existence, but not visible, evident or active.
Ostensible
(Adj.) Represented as true; possibly or seemingly true on the surface.
Salient
(Adj.) Strikingly conspicuous; prominent.
Sequester
(Verb) To isolate someone of something; to gain possession of property
Subterfuge
(Noun) A deceptive stratagem or trick
Surreptitious
(Adj.) Obtained, done or made by secret or stealthy means
Unobtrusive
(Adj.) Acting in a manner that does not attract attention
Vaunt
(Verb) to boast of; to brag about
adroit
(adj.) skillful and quick in the use of the hands or mind
blasé
(adj.) bored or unimpressed because of overexposure.
cliché
(noun) a trite or an overused expression, idea, or practice
clientele
(noun) a group of customers
entrepreneur
(noun) a person who founds, organizes, operates, and assumes the risk for a business.
forte
(noun) something in which a person excels.
gauche
(adj.) tactless; socially ackward
Naïve
(adj.) trusting due to lack of experience or sophistication
nonchalant
(adj.) seeming to be coolly unconcerned or indifferent
rendezvous
(noun) an arranged meeting