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abject
(adj.) wretched, miserable, utter
agnositc
(n.) a skeptic, usually concerning God
(adj.) without faith
complicity
(n.) involvement in wrongdoing
derelict
(n.) someone or something that is abandoned
(adj.) left abandoned
diatribe
(n.) a bitter and prolonged attack
effigy
(n.) a crude image of a despised person
equity
(n.) the state or quality of being, fairness
inane
(adj.) empty of meaning or value
indictment
(n.) a formal accusation
indubitable
(adj.) unquestionable, indisputable
intermittent
(adj.) sporadic, random
moot
(adj.) debatable
(n.) a hypothetical law case
motif
(n.) a repeated idea, theme, or element
neophyte
(n.) a new convert, beginner, n00bie
perspicacity
(n.) keenness in observing
plenary
(adj.) complete in all aspects or essentials
surveillance
(n.) careful observation
sylvan
(adj.) chrarcteristic of forests
(n.) a center for kids who can't read good
testy
(adj.) easily irritated
travesty
(n.) grossly inferior imitation