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brittle
Easily Broken when subjected to pressure
Pure Evil
Deleterious
Having a harmful effect; injurious
Pure Evil
Enmity
mutual hatred or ill-will
Pure Evil
Heinous
Hatefully evil; abominable
Pure Evil
Malfeasance
misconduct or wrongdoing, esp. by a public official
Pure Evil
Malice
extreme ill will or spite
Pure Evil
Putrid
Rotten
Pure Evil
Rancorous
hateful; marked by deep seated ill-will
Pure Evil
toxic
poisonous
Pure Evil
Archaic
characteristic of an earlier period; old-fashioned
Old School
Hackneyed
worn-out through overuse; trite
Old School
Medieval
referring to the Middle Ages, old fashioned
Old School
Obsolete
no longer in use; old-fashioned
Old School
Austere
without decoration; strict
BO-O-O-Ring
Mediocrity
the state/quality of being everage; of moderate to low quality
BO-O-O-Ring
Mundane
ordinary; commonplace
BO-O-O-Ring
Ponderous
extremely dull
BO-O-O-Ring
prosaic
dull; unimaginative
BO-O-O-Ring
sedentary
settled; not migratory
BO-O-O-Ring
Apprehension
anxiety or fear about the future
Who Can it Be Now?
Harbinger
something that indicates what is to come; a forerunner
Who Can it Be Now?
Ominous
Menacing; threatening
Who Can it Be Now?
Premonition
A feeling about the future
Who Can it Be Now?
Timorous
timid; fearful about the future
Who Can it Be Now?
Trepidation
apprehension; uncertainty
Who Can it Be Now?
Innovative
introducing something new
New Sensation
Naive
lacking sophistication
New Sensation
Nascent
Coming into Existence; emerging
New Sensation
Novel
Strikingly new or unusual
New Sensation
Novice
A Beginner
New Sensation
Candor
Sincerity; openness
Straight UP
Frank
open and sincere; straightforward
Straight Up
Arid
Describing a dry, rainless climate
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Conflagration
a widespread fire
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Nocturnal
Of or Occuring in the night
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Sonorous
producing a deep or full sound
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Ample
Describing a large amount of something
Full On
Comprehensive
Large in scope or content
Full On
Copious
plentiful; having a large quantity
Full On
Permeated
Spread or flowing throughout
Full On
Pervasive
Dispersed Throughout
Full On
Prodigious
Enormous
Full On
Replete
Abundantly Supplied; filled to capacity
Full On
Exemplary
Commendable; worthy of imitation
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Idealize
to consider perfect
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Laudatory
giving praise
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
paramount
of cheif concern or importance
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
venerated
highly respected
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Catalog
to make an itemized list of
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Facile
done or acheived with little effort; easy
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Fastidious
Possessing careful attention to detail; difficult to please
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Hierarchy
A group organized by rank
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Meticulous
extremely careful and precise
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Pragmatic
Practical
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Solvent
Able to pay one's debts
R-E-S-P-E-C-T
Abstract
not applied to actual objects
Weird Science
apparatus
equipment; a group of machines
Weird Science
Paradigm
an example or model
Weird Science
Phenomenon
an unusual, observable event
Weird Science
rational
logical; motivated by reason rather than feeling
Theoretical
lacking application or practical application
Weird Science
Cartographer
one who designs or makes maps
Work
Vocation
an occupation or proffession
work