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Animosity
(Noun) Hostility: A feeling or spirit of hostility and resentment.
Apathy
(Noun) Lack of enthusiasm or energy: Lack of interest in anything, or the absence of any wish to do anything.
Apprehensive
(Adj) Fearful: Worried that something bad will happen; Aware of something that isn’t physically there.
Commend
(Verb) To praise someone or something; Prove something worthwhile: To prove something to possess worthwhile qualities.
Compatible
(Adj) consistent or in keeping with something else; Able to exist without conflict.
Condolence
(Noun) an expression of sorrow and sympathy, usually to somebody who is grieving over a death.
Consecrate
(Verb) To dedicate something or somebody to a specific purpose; To declare or set apart a building, area of ground, or specific spot as holy or sacred.
Decrepit
(Adj) In poor condition, especially old, overused, or not working efficiently; Not young or strong.
Deride
(Verb) Ridicule: To ridicule or show contempt for somebody or something.
Ingenuous
(Adj) Showing innocence and a lack of worldly experience; Seeming honest: Appearing honest and direct.
Multifarious
(Adj) Diverse: Including parts, things, or people of many different kinds.
Obsolete
(Adj) not used any more: no longer in use because replaced by something new; Out of date.
Omnivorous
(Adj) Eating any kind or many different kinds of food, including both plants and animal; Interested in a range of things.
Quandary
(Noun) A state of uncertainty or indecision as to what to do in a particular situation.
Recalcitrant
(Adj) Extremely serious; Dark and gloomy; Having a color or tone that is dark, dull, or suitable for a serious mood or occasion.
Reprisal
(Noun) Strong or violent retaliation: A strong or violent retaliation for an action that somebody has taken.
Revel
(Verb) To take great pleasure in something; To have an enjoyable time in the company of others, especially at a party.
Parsimonious
(Adj) Characterized by or showing parsimony; Frugal or stingy.
Stultify
(Verb) To make, or cause to appear, foolish or ridiculous.
Suave
(Adj) To temporarily delay something; Not enforce something