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fulsome
excessively flattering; distastefully insincere
furtive
stealthy; secretive; sly; evasive
futile
without effect; ineffectual; useless.
gainsay
to deny; to contradict
galaxy
a system of celestial bodies; a group of notable people
gamut
entire range or extent of.
commendatory
reflecting praise or recommendation; worthy of praise.
commensurate
equal in measure; properply proportionate.
loquacious
talkative; given to continual talking.
commodious
spacious; roomy.
communal
pertaining to or belonging to a community or group; public.
commuted
changed to something less severe; substituted; travelled frequently between two parties.
compatible
capable of existing together; easy to get along with; agreeable; congenial.
compendium
a comprehensive and concise summary.
complement
that which fills up or adds to for completion; that which must be so added; to add to in such a manner.
inalienable
not subject to being taken away; not transferable; fixed.
component
a part or element of a whole; serving as such a part.
comport
to conduct or behave oneself; to be compatible or in agreement with.
compunction
uneasiness because of guilt; a slight sense of pity or regret.
refulgent
shining; radiant; glowing
regression
a going back; a withdrawing or returning; (opposite of progression).
subterfuge
a baffling or devioius method for avoiding difficulty or unpleasantness.
concatenated
linked together; united in chain or series
concordance
an index of the significant words and the phrases containing them in a book; agreement; concord.
concurred
reached the same conclusion; agreed; occurred at the same time.
subversive
undermining and destructive or corruptive; a person who so acts.
epigram
a short, pithy, witty expression.
epitomize
to represent or typify a whole; to summarize concisely.
epoch
a period or point in time marked by noteworthy developments, events or circumstances.
equanimity
evenness of mind; calmness of temper; composure.
equestrain
pertaining to horses or horsemanship; on horseback; one who rides or performs on horseback.
equivocal
having a double meaning; ambiguous; uncertain.
condiment
a seasoning or relish for food, such as pepper, mustard, sauces, etc.
reiterated
said or done again; repeated
succinct
concise; brief but meaningful; terse.
succulent
juicy; full of justice
imperative
compulsory; absolutely necessary; of greatest importance; a command.
condoned
treated, overlooked or forgiven as though not committed or of no consequence.
conduit
a tube, pipe, channel, etc. through which something passes.
conflagration
a raging fire.