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oaf
dunce
obdurate
stubborn
obeisance
gesture expressing deep respect
obfuscate
to confuse
objective
unbiased
oblation
an offering
obligatory
required
oblique
indirect
oblivious
unmindful; unaware
obloquy
bad reputation resulting from public disgrace
obscure
not clear; partially hidden
obsequious
submissive or overly attentive
obsequy
a funeral rite
obsess
to controll the thoughts or feelings of a person
obstinate
stubborn
obstreperous
loud and unruly
obtrude
to push something toward or upon a person
obtuse
slow to understand
obviate
to prevent
occidental
western
occlude
to close; to block out
occult
secret or mysterious
ocular
pertaining to sight
odious
disgusting
odoriferous
giving off a pleasant smell
odyssey
a long journey
offal
garbage
officious
interfering
ogle
to look with desire
ogre
monster
olfactory
pertaining to smell
oligarchy
government by only a few
omen
a sign which indicates the future
omnifarious
of all kinds
omnipotent
all-powerful
omniscient
all-knowing
omnivorous
eating anything; absorbing everything
onerous
burdensome
onslaught
a furious attack
onus
a burden
opaque
not transparent; not letting light pass hrough
opiate
narcotic; causing sleep
opprobrious
shameful
opt
to choose
optimist
one who sees the good side of things
optimum
the best; most favorable
opulent
rick; luxurious
oracular
mysterious
oration
a spech
orbit
a path around an object
ordain
to order or establish
ordinance
a law
organic
fundamental or essential
orient
an area of the Far East; to adjust
orifice
opening
ornate
showy
ornithology
study of birds
orthodox
accepting traditional beliefs
oscillate
to swing or move back and forth
ossify
to change into bone or become rigid
ostensible
apparent
ostentatious
showing of
ostracize
to banish
overt
open; not hidden
ovine
like a sheep
ovoid
egg-shaped