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Iniquitous
(adj) unrighteous, evil, unjust, infamous
When you keep on inquiring someone, you are being unjust
Injurious
(adj) harmful or hurtful; detrimental
Injury
Malicious
(adj) intending to cause harm
Mal= bad (Spanish)
Nefarious
(adj) extremely wicked; villianous
Jafar
Odious
(adj) extremely unpleasant; causing and deserving hate; loathesome
When the pokemon Oddish would emit its smell
Pernicious
(adj) extremely destructive or harmful; deadly
When pern was vicious
Rancorous
(adj) showing deep-seated resentment
After Coral had seen her rank of class, she was angry
Virulent
(adj) actively poisonous; intensely noxious
Virus on the computer
Allay
(v) to relieve, calm, or pacify
All laid down (calm)
Alleviate
(v) to make less severe; to relieve; to lessen
Ameliorate
(v) to make better
Amelia Bedelia tried to make things better for the family
Appease
(v) to bring to a state of peace, quiet, ease, calm
Abbey pleases someone
Assuage
(v) to make milder or less severe; relieve
Massages
Conciliate
(v) to make peace
Mediate
(v) to negotiate
mediant (middle most) thus try to appease to everyone
Mitigate
(v) moderate in severity; alleviate
Mollify
(v) appease, calm
Molly helped calm her family down during the war
Pacify
(v) to bring or restore to a state of peace or tranquillity
sounds of the Pacific Ocean
Placate
(v) to win over; conciliate, mollify
When guests in a resturant are given plates, their anger becomes reduced
Quell
(v) to extinguish; put out
Arrogant
(adj) feeling superior to others
Braggart
(n) a person who does a lot of bragging
Someone who brags
Complacent
(adj) self-satisfied
Found ur place
Conceited
(v) having an excessively favorable opinion of one's abilities, appearance
"self-conceited" (selfish)
Conceited
(v) having an excessively favorable opinion of one's abilities, appearance
"self-conceited" (selfish)
Contemptuous
(adj) showing contempt; disdainful; scornful
contempt