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Estrange
to separate, to alienate
Reconcile
correct inconsistencies, become friendly after an argument
Feign
to pretend
Arbitrate
to act as a judge between two opposing parties
Commiserate
feel or express pity or sympathy for
Provident
Displaying foresight, thrifty, preparing for emergencies
Manifest
evident, visible, obvious
Prodigal
wasteful, reckless with money
Refuted
disprove
Obdurate
stubborn
Turbid
muddy, having the sediment disturbed
Adamant
hard, inflexible
Capitulate
surrender
Defame
harm someones reputation
Exonerate
to aquit, exculpate
Indigenous
native
Parochial
narrow in outlook, provincial, related to parishes
Inimical
unfriendly, hostile, harmful, detrimental
Ichthyologist
someone who studies fish
Ornithologist
someone who studies birds
Spurious
false, counterfit, forged, illogical
Tantamount
equivalent in effect or value
Lauded
praise
excoriated
scold with biting harshness, strip the skin off
Skein
a loosely coiled yarn of thread wound on a reel
Chagrin
disquietude or distress of mind caused by humiliation, disappointment, or failure
Tractable
easy to manage, compliant
Polish
Refinement, and cultured
Gaucheness
awkwardness
Precipitate
hasty, impetuous
List
to move, lean, or tilt
Nice
marked by great accuracy
Dichotomy
division or separation in two parts
Chary
hesitant or reluctant to proceed
Dissolution
disintegration, looseness in morals