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confound
to cause to become confused or perplexed
innuendo
an indirect or subtle, usually derogatory implication in expression; and insinuation.
contemptuous
manifesting or feeling contenpt; scornfull
sheepish
embarrassed, as by consciousness of a fauly; meek or stupid
encumbrance
a lien or claim on property.
malignany
showing great malevolnce; disposed to do evil.
endow
to provide with property, income, or a source of income.
amiable
friendly and agreeable in disposition; good natured, and liable.
covert
being married and therefore protected by ones husband.
quiescent
being quiet, still, or at rest; inactive.
commendation
something, especially an official award or citation, tyhat ocmmends.
solicitude
care or concern, as for the well being of another.
avid
having an ardent desire or unbounded craving, greedy
forsake
to elave altogether, abandon.
resolute
firm or determined; unwavering
vilify
to make vicious and defamatroy statements about.
acquiescent
disposed or willing to acqueisce.
consign
to give over to the care of another; entrust
translucency
clear; lucid
blandishment
to coax by flattery or wheedling; cajole
garrulous
given to excessive and oftren trivial or ramblisng talk; tiresomly talkative. wordy and rambling.
ague
a febrile ocnditions, sickenss.
affront
to insult intentionally, especially openly.
akin
of the same kin,; related by blood
eloquent
characterized by persuasive, powerful discourse.
schism
a separation or division into factions.
ribaldry
vulgar, lewdly humorous language or joking or an instance of it.