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Elite
superior
plebian
common, vulgar, coarse, unrefined
staid
sedate, sober, prim
prodigal
wastefull
Proximity
nearness, closeness
pulverize
to grind, crush, demolish
sequel
follow up, continuation,
Volatile
unstable, erratic
frivolous
silly, foolish, inane, petty, triffling
Muster
mobilize, marshal, roster, inventory
nonetity
a person or thing of no importance, nobody
obsess
to trouble, haunt, or fill the mind
Ornate
elaborately decorated; showlily splendid, fancy,flamboyant
oust
to remove, drive, out of a position or place, expel, eject
cower
cringe, flinche, crouch or shrink
Peruse
to read throughly, and carefully, study, poreover
Pourous
tiny holes, leaky
promontory
cliff, headland, high point of land
Prone
lying face down, liable, apt
qualm
regret, second thought, scruple
recourse
redress, remedy, leavings
residue
remnant, remains or leavings
staid
sedate, sober, prim
sustain
foster, maintain, nourish
Aghast
shocked, horrified, stupefied
ample
more than enough, large, spacious, adequate
apparition
phantom, spector
assert
affirm, avow, state as truth
disdain
spurn, reject, to look upon with scorn
epitaph
toumbstone inscription
ethical
upright, vitorus, honorable
facetious
comical, witty, tounge in cheek
inaudible
not able to be heard, faint indisticnt
indiscriminate
haphazard, random, uncritical, without restraint
intrigue
scheme, plot, conspiracy
jurisdiction
purveiw, control
Plausible
appearing true, believeable, probable
prodigious
immense, extrodainary in bulk, size or degree, gigantic, tremendous, astounding
Relevant
connected, with or related to the matter at hand
Skittish
Extremely nervous, jumpy, restive, capricious, fickle
Tether
tie up, chain up, leash
unison
sounding together, agreement, accord, harmony, concord, assent
vie
to compete, to strive for victory or superiotry,contend, rival
willful
headstrong, obstinate, premeditated
Annul
Cancel, abolish, invalidate, nullify
Blase
indiffrent,bored as a resultof having enjoyed many pleasures
bolster
strenghtin, reinfoce, buttress, validate
Deplore
To feel or express regret or dissapproval
Allot
To assign or distributein sharesor portions
amass
collect, bring together
audacious
Bold, Adventrous, recklessely daring
Comply
yeild to a request or command
devoid
not having or using, lacking
grapple
tackle, confront, struggle with
incapacitate
disable, debilitate, paralyze, cripple
instigate
to urge on, to stir up, provoke,
Longevity
long life, long duration, length of life
Myriad
innumerable, countless...large number
perspective
point of veiw, sense of proportion
perturb
to trouble, make uneasy, upset, agitate, anger, irratate
Invalidate
Cancel, annul, dissaprove, discredit
Detriment
Harm or loss,injury, damage; a disadvantage
Hindrance, liability
Legendary
Mythical, Fabulous, Famous, celebrated
Maim
Cripple, disable, injure, mar, disfigure, mutilate
Minimize
Belittle, Downplay, underrate
Oblique
Diagonal indirect
Veer
To change direction or course, tun aside, shift swerve
Venerate
worship, revere, idolize
Wanton
Rash, malicious, spiteful, unprovoked
Glut
to provide more than is neededor wanted; to feed or fill to the point of overstuffing(n.) an oversupply
Flood, inudat, surplus, plethora
Incognito
a disguised state
Disguised
Enterprising
Energetic,willing and able to find somehting new, showing boldness and imagination
Ambiious,vigorous, aggresive, audacious
Frugal
Economical, avoiding waste and luxury; scanty, poor, meager
gingerely
With extreme care or caution
Cautiously, warily, circumspectly
Conjested
Overcrowded, filled or occupied to excess
Jammed, Packed, Choked
Detriment
Harm or loss,injury, damage; a disadvantage
Hindrance, liability
Durable
Sturdy, not easily worn out or destroyed; lasts for a long time
Long Lasting, Enduring
Banter
(v.) To exchange playful remarks, tease; (n.)talk that is playful and teasing
Joking
Bountiful
Giving Freely, generous, pleantiful, given abundantly
Liberal, Abundant, Copious
Antics
(n.pl.) ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions
Pranks or Shenanigans
Avowed
(adj.,part.)Declared openely and without shame, ackknowledge
Admitted Sworn
Wrangle
To quarrel in a noisy or angry way also to obtain by argument;to herd;(n.)a noisy quarrel
Synonyms:(v.) Squabbel, bicker
Conjested
(adj.,Part) Overcrowded,filled or occupied to excess.
Synonyms:jammed, packed, choked
Detriment
(n.) harm or loss; injury, damage; a disadvantage; a cause of harm, injury, loss, or damage.
Synonyms: hindrance, liability
Avowed
(adj.,part) Declared openely and without shame, ackknowleged.
Synonyms:admitted, sworn
Banter
(v.) to exchange playful remarks,tease;(n.)talk that is playful and teasing.
Synonyms:Joking, Raillery
adage
(n)a proverb;wise saying
bonanza
(n)a a rich massof ore in a mine; something very valuble,profitable,rewarding:a source of wealth or prosperity;a very large amount;sudden profit or gain
churlish
adj. lacking politness or good manners; lacking sesitivity;difficult to work with or deal with; rude
citadel
n. a fortress that overlooks and protects a city; any strongor commanding place
Bountiful
(adj.)giving freely, generous; plentiful,given abundantly
Synonyms:liberal,abundant copious
collaborate
v. to work with,work together
decree
n. to order having the force of law
v. to issue such an order; to comand firmly or forcefully
evolve
v. to develope gradually; to rise to a higher level
excerpt
n. a passage taken from a book, article,atc
v. to take such a passage; to quote
grope
v.to feel about hesitently with the hands; to search blindly and uncertianly
hover
v. to float or hang suspended over; to move back and forth uncertainly or around
jostle
v. to make or forve ones way by pushing or elbowing;to bump,shove,brush agianst; to compete for
laggard
n. a person who moves slowly or falls behind
adj.falling behind,to mive slow,act,or respond
plaudits
n.pl.applause;enthusiastic praise or approval
preclude
v. to make impossible;prevent,shut out
revert
v.to return,go back
rubble
n.broken stones or bricks; ruins
servile
adj.of or relating to a slve; behaving like or suitible for a slave or a servant,menial;lacking spirit or independance abjectly submissive
vigil
n. a watch,especially at night; any period of watchful attiention
Antics
(n.pl.) Ridiculous and unpredictable behavior or actions.
Synonyms:pranks, shenanigans