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gregarious
life of the party, extremely sociable
recluse
a person who lives in seclusion
behemoth
huge creature, size + power
belligerent
ready to fight, warlike
cantankerous
uncooperative, stubborn
braggart
someone who boasts or brags
caustic
someone who is sarcastic
chary
cautious, extremely shy
compliant
submissive
capricious
flighty, airhead
dissident
disagree with an established religious or political system
facetious
humorous
formidable
tending to inspire awe or wonder
furtive
sly, sneaky
gauche
low class, tacky
hubris
excessive pride or nerve
ignoble
having low moral standards, mean
hypocrite
one who criticizes a flaw he in fact possesses
imperious
commanding
implacable
infelxible, incapable of being changed
impudent
bold with disregard for others
incorrigible
incapable of being refermed
insolent
insulting
intrepid
fearless, courageous
irascible
hot tempered
irreverent
disrespectful
libertarian
one who advocates free will and rights
lilliputian
very small
limber
flexible
lithe
effortless grace
loquacious
very talkative
malevolent
wishes to harm others
malleable
easily influenced
misanthrope
person who hates mankind
morose
gloomy, sullen
nefarious
vicious or wicked
obstinate
unreasonably persistant, stubborn
ornery
irritable, cantankerous
paltry
pitifully small or worthless
pariah
an outcast
philistine
someone who is guided by materialism and is disdainful or intellectual or artistic values
phlegmatic
having a sluggish unemotional temperament
plebian
coarse, crude
polygot
speaker of many languages
plucky
courageous, spunky
pundit
one who gives opinions in authoritative manner
rapacious
driven by greed
resilient
able to recover quickly after illness or bad luck
resolute
determined
saccharine
excessively sweet or overly sentimental
Savant
someone who has knowledge in a special field
scrupulous
extremely proper
sophomoric
great immaturity
squalid
filthy as the result of neglect or poverty
stalwart
outstanding strength
strident
loud, unpleasantly noisy
sully
tarnished
tawdry
cheap
temerity
recklessness
terse
brief concise
tempestuous
stormy, turbulent
tenacious
persistent
toady
one who flatters in the hope of gaining favors
truculent
ready to fight, belligerent
tremulous
easily shaken, timid
verbose
wordy
vicariously
felt or undergone as if one were taking part in the experiences of another
vim
energy
vociferous
loud, noisy
visceral
instinctive
wan
sickly, pale
wanton
reckless
wily
clever, deceptive
winsome
charming happily engaging
wry
dryly humorous