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Sluggish
Inactive or slow-moving
Obliterate
To destroy completely
Mobility
The ability to move
Enigma
A mystery or puzzle
Monotony
Dreary regularity or sameness
Tedious
Long and tiresome
Apathy
Lack of caring or emotion
Ominous
Predicting evil or disaster
Foreboding
Expectation of misfortune
Menacing
Threatening danger or harm
Desolate
Barren, uninhabited
Clairvoyant
One who can see the future
Mediocrity
The condition of being average
Indifferent
Lack of interest or concern
Mitigate
To ease or relieve
Rectify
To correct a mistake
Uniform
Characterized by sameness
Conformity
The quality of sameness
Ameliorate
To make better
Brouhaha
A noisy, chaotic situation
Impervious
Incapable of being penetrated
Impertinent
Rude or overly bold
Impudent
Offensively bold
Stupified
Stunned, or made stupid
Futile
Producing no result
Reticence
Hesitancy to speak or act
Taciturn
Using few words, soft-spoken
Strive
To exert a great deal of effort
Laconic
Brief and to the point
Telepathy
The ability to read another's thoughts or to communicate through thinking
Belligerent
Hostile and warlike
Truculent
Brutal and savage
Charlatan
A con artist or fake
Villified
Spoken badly about
Denounced
Spoken badly about or publicly accused
Serene
Quiet, peaceful
Tranquility
Peace and quiet
Novice
A beginner
Neophyte
A beginner
Sanctuary
A place of refuge or safety
Harbinger
An omen, a sign of future events
Euphoria
Extreme happiness
Jejune
Boring, uninteresting
Prosaic
Common, ordinary
Banal
Lacking originality
Pedestrian
Common, unordinary
Mundane
Ordinary, commonplace
Sojourn
A temporary stay
Respite
A brief rest
Enveloped
Enclosed completely
Incredulity
Disbelief
Morose
Gloomy or depressed
Penchant
A tendency or strong desire
Symmetry
An arrangement of balanced or harmonious proportions
Raconteur
A person who excels at telling stories
Agenda
A list of things to do
Exult
To express extreme joy
Conflagration
A disastrous or uncontrolled fire
Mosaic
An image composed of many small, colored tiles or pieces
Epiphany
A sudden clarity or insight
Revelation
An astonishing discovery
Supremacy
The state of being the highest or greatest
Inaudible
Too quiet to be heard
Implausible
Not believable, highly unlikely
Subdued
Quiet, calm
Audacity
Boldness, often in the face of authority
Proliferate
To grow in number
Satiate
To satisfy a desire, often for nourishment
Placate
To soothe or settle
Steadfast
Not subject to change
Inconspicuous
Hard to see, not noticeable
Eschew
To avoid habitually
Innocuous
Harmless
Bellicose
Warlike, aggressively violent
Unanimity
Agreement from all, complete unity
Fallacy
A false idea or argument, a lie; a deceptive apperance
Brevity
Briefness
Immutable
Unchanging, stable
Nugatory
Of no importance
Frivolous
Unimportant or lacking seriousness
Superfluous
Unnecessary or extravagant
Extraneous
Not belonging; not an important part, not an essential
Presumptuous
Excessively forward
Subtlety
Delicateness
Superficial
Only on the surface
Unnerving
Causing nervousness or fear
Wry
Cleverly and often ironically funny
Witty
Clever
Reign
To hold supreme, to rule
Supercilious
Uncaringly arrogant
Haughty
Overly proud
Duped
Fooled or tricked
Deluded
Deceived or misled
Provoke
To stir up
Persecution
The abuse of a person or group because of their beliefs or appearance
Sycophant
Someone who is overly flattering to authority figures
Unsound
Unstable; not valid or true
Fluid
Flowing
Plethora
A large amount
Irascible
Easily irritated
Querulous
Whiny, complaining
Extol
To praise highly
Laud
To praise or compliment
Revere
To respect highly, worship
Venerate
To treat with admiration or awe
Cajole
To persuade, often using insincere promises
Commiserate
To express sorrow for another
Empathy
The ability to share in another's feelings
Coalesce
To unite into a whole
Acqueiesce
To agree to or accept
Subjugate
To dominate or conquer
Domineer
To rule over or control
Abase
To embarass
Berate
To scold angrily
Fortitude
Mental strength, moral courage
Longevity
Long life
Brusque
Harshly blunt
Tenacious
Stubborn and determined
Resolute
Strong-willed or determined
Ebullient
Joyous and energetic
Versatile
Having many different skills, talents, or uses
Ephemeral
Fleeting, short-lived
Ubiquitous
Occuring everywhere, very common
Meticulous
Extremely attentive to detail