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Dolorous
Sad, Mournful
Gregarious
Sociable
Diligent
Hard-Working
Abate
To reduce in amount, degree, or intensity; to lessen
Aberration
A departure from the normal
Accolade
Praise or approval
Accure
To be added by growth
Acme
Highest Point
Acolyte
Novice: young assistant
Abet
To encourage or help, especially in doing something wrong
Acrimonious
bitter in language or manner
Acumen
Insight
Adamant
firm in purpose or opinion: unyeilding
Admonition
Warning
Adulation
excessive praise
Aesthetic
pertaining to the beautiful
Pathos
Quality evoking compassion or pity
Alacrity
cheerful willingness or eagerness: speed
Alleviate
to make more bearable: to lesson
Altercation
To quarrel
Ameliorate
to make better
Amity
peaceful relations; freindship
August
Majestic
Apathy
Indifference, lack of feeling or interest
Appease
To pacify or Soothe
Wrath
Anger
Metonymy
Substitution of a name with that of another associated with it
Consecrate
to set something apart as sacred
Omnipotent
All-powerful
Timorous
Fearful or Apprehensive
Mitigate
to moderate, soften or lessen
Chide
to scold
Servile
Humbly yielding or Submissive
Sanguine
Cheerful or Hopeful
Loquacious
Talkative
Incessant
Without pause
Penury
Poverty
Prudence
Caution Discretion
Cache
Hiding Place
Didactic
Teaches a specific lesson or moral
Antipathy
Strong Dislike
Candid
Frank Straight-Forward
Clemency
Mercy
Guile
Deception
Diabolical
Devilish
Furtive
Secretive
Acquiesce
to Comply or Yield
Pejorative
Disparaging or Derogatory
Castigate
to Punish or Rebuke
Iniquity
Sin