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aguish
N; Great mental suffering or physical pain

V; To suffer intense sorrow or pain
annihilation
N; the act or result of destroying completely
eloquent
Adj;
1. Characterized by forceful and persuasive expression
2. movingly expressive
ferocity
N;
1. fierceness; extreme savagery
2. extreme intensity
harangue
N;
1. A long, pompous speech
2. a tirade
indifference
N;
1. lack of interest, concern, or feeling
2. Lack of importance
petition
V; to ask or request formally
N; a formal written request
ruse
N; a trick or action intended to mislead
succinct
Adj; concise and clearly stated
trek
N; a difficult journey
V; to travel slowly or with difficulty
articulate
Adj; expressing oneself effectively and clearly
V; to state clearly and effectively
bravado
N; a false show of bravery
effusive
Adj; showing more feeling than necessary; gushing
garrulous
Adj; excessively talkative, especially about unimportant topics
glib
Adj; speaking or spoken with little thought or sincerity
histrionics
N; overly dramatic behavior or speech for effect
laconic
Adj; using few words to express much; concise; terse
laconic
Adj; using few words to express much; concise; terse
polemic
N; an argument or dispute often attacking a specific opinion
trite
Adj; lacking freshness because of overuse; stale; hackneyed
verbosity
Adj; the use of more words than necessary; wordiness