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Blatant
(adj) so loud, noisy, and insistent as to compel attention

(adj) characterized by or ex habiting boldness and a lack of shame

(adj) Obvious
Ensconce
(v) to withdraw or withhold from sight or observation

(v) to establish or place firmly in a position
Hasten
(v) to hurry

(v) to accelerate

(v) to rush

(v) to cause to move fast or faster
Laceration
(n) A cut
Obdurate
(adj) Stubborn

(adj) lacking in normal human sympathy

(adj) rigidly firm in will of purpose
Plausible
(adj) Can be believed

(adj) reasonable

(adj) worthy of belief

SYN: Believable, credible,
Reprieve
(n)A respite

(n) postponement of a sentence

(n) a temporary suspension of the execution of a capital offender
Blighted
(adj) Damaged

(adj) destroyed

(adj) ruined
Credulous
(adj) Gullible

(adj) ready or inclined to believe
Enshroud
(v) to cover

(v) to surround or cover closely
Haughtiness
(n) Arrogance

(n) pride

(n) proud or disdainful behavior or actions
Plethora
(n) An excess
Repudiate
(v) to turn away by not accepting, receiving, or considering

(v) to shun

(v) to eschew
Blithe
(adj) Free-spirited

(adj) carefree

(adj) marked by or suggestive of lighthearted ease of mind and spirit
Headstrong
(adj) Stubborn

(adj) unwilling to submit
Lackluster
(adj)Dull

(adj) monotonous

(adj) bland
Objective
(adj)Unbiased

(adj) not subjective
Pliable
(adj)Flexible

(adj) not stubborn

(adj) susceptible of being modified in form or nature
Rescind
(v) to retract

(v) to repeal

(to annul by recalling or taking back