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mundane
typical of the ordinary
charlatan
fake
morose
ill-humored; sullen.
aberration
something different from the normal or usual
chicanery
trickery; fraud
didactic
instructional; teaching
eccentric
odd
prescient
having knowledge of events before they occur
garrulous
very talkative
peregrinate
to wander from place to place
peripatetic
moving from place to place
bibliophile
book lover
tome
book
tenuous
weak; insubstantial
puerile
childish; immature
admonish
to reprimand
pretentious
making an extravagant show; ostentatious
pedantic
having a narrow concern for book learning and technicalities
exotic
strikingly unusual
inscribed
written
inopportune
ill timed
forlorn
nearly hopeless
diligent
making a persistent and painstaking effort
affable
friendly
astute
keen in judgement; shrewd
aesthetic
pertaining to beauty or art
deploy
station systematically over an area
perogative
exclusive right or privilege
countenance
facial expression
incandescent
shining brightly
supernal
heavenly; celestial
benign
harmless
engender
to cause; produce
disdain
to treat with scorn or contempt
enigmatic
deeply puzzling; mysterious
furtively
sneakily; stealthily
savant
learned person
reclusive
seeking seclusion
pique
to arouse
ebullient
over-flowing with enthusiam
acerbic
sharp tempered
volatile
tending to vary frquently
bellicose
aggresive
query
question
pedagogical
related to teaching
eclectic
selecting from various sources
arcane
known only by few; obscure
lexicon
vocabulary
quiescent
still; inactive
saga
prose narrative