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rescind
repeal/cancel
insipid
dull/uninteresting
obstrusive
obvious, highly noticeable
indefatigable
untiring, tireless
culpable
guilty, blameworthy
mercurial
given to quick changes in mood
conciliate
calm or comfort
pique
arouse/irritate
upbraid
scold
inscrutable
not able to be understood, mysterious
degenerate
grow worse/deteriorate
suffrage
right to vote
warrant
justify, call for, deserve
belie
misintepret, give a false idea of
husband
to budget/manage carefully
dessicate
to dry
convoke
to call together, summon to assemble
corroborate
to support, make more certain
impecunious
having little or no money
prolific
producing much
repudiate
to reject
affable
friendly, pleasant
paucity
fewness, scarcity
terse
brief
desecrate
to violate the sacredness of
sinuous
curvy, graceful in movement
surly
rude, unpleasant
surreptitious
done secretly, sneaky
dispassionate
calm
bungler
a clumsy person
misogyny
hatred of woman
implacable
incaple of being calmed or soothed
unanimity
undivided opinion, agreement by all
glutton
a person who eats and drinks excessively
idiosyncratic
pecuiliar or unique to an individiaul
circumlocution
a roundabout way of saying something
enmity
hatred, hostility
novel
new or different
fallacious
false, not logically valid
voluminous
large
abstruse
difficult to understand
disrepute
negative reputation, distrusted
firebrand
instigator (threatens peace)
perfunctory
not caring?
incisive
clear and direct, keen